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Re: Images of Middle Earth - John Howe First Edition
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weird, just checked Amazon both .com and .ca and this is the price for the second edition.


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wonder why they list this version so high.

Posted on: 2011/8/1 10:00


Re: Images of Middle Earth - John Howe First Edition
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Great thank you!

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Re: Images of Middle Earth - John Howe First Edition
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I think you are looking at a similar price to another John Howe poster set on eBay (Myth & Magic) which is currently around the £20 mark.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MYTH-MAGIC- ... ction&hash=item20bb93cdcc



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Does anyone know what this would be worth? as I have had a collection of Tolkien paperbacks for awhile and have decided to see what they are worth.

Images of Middle Earth

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On the Gwaihir print, a little more description from the original sale:

"The giclee depicts the flight of Gandalf the Grey from Isengard over the stone fortifications of Helm's Deep. Gwaihir, the Lord of the Eagles, bears the Wizard to freedom and onward in his quest to protect the freedom of the people of Middle-earth. This is a scene which was cut in the early days of the scripts' development and, can therefore, only be seen in the conceptual art by Alan Lee."

I suppose he could have flown over Helm's Deep on this trip....

Posted on: 2011/7/31 12:03
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