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Re: Sigurd and Gudrun Deluxe
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Nice photo, Stu. I think the book looks great. Very nice color scheme, although I agree, the oval, etc. does throw it off a bit. I am still upset that they did away with the hand-cut hole in the side of the slipcase. I thought that came off very nice on the Hobbit, and should have been maintained for the entire deluxe series. Oh well, I guess this one is really not part of Tolkien's middle earth, anyway. Whatever the case, I will be happy to add it to my collection.

Where did you find this photo? Did you happen to already get a copy? If you did, can you tell us who the printer is? The previous books from this series were printed in Italy by LEGO SPA. However, the Tales from the Perilous Realm was done by another printer (supposedly meeting the same specs as the others), and I feel it had a different feel to it. The spine did not seem to quite match the first 4 books of this deluxe series.

Posted on: 2009/4/21 6:01


Sigurd and Gudrun Deluxe
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Disappointing that it doesn't match the existing Deluxe Editions (oval around the JRRT logo, etc), but still looks quite nicely done. Only 34.99 on Amazon.co.uk as a pre-order, which seems pretty good.

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Posted on: 2009/4/21 3:27


1979 Tolkien Enterprises Chess Set
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I am looking for information about a partial chess set I have. Originally I was hoping to find the other pieces, but now I am considering selling. Thank You for any information you can share.

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Re: The wonders of eBay
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Here is another eBay "rarity." The buy it now price is quite the bargain! :)

http://cgi.ebay.com/The-Silmarillion- ... 65%3A10|39%3A1|240%3A1318

Posted on: 2009/4/20 20:26


Re: E-books
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The e-books are indeed available on Amazon, and work on the Kindle. (I have them on mine right now.) Well worth the cost just to finally be able to search the text!

Carl

Posted on: 2009/4/20 16:49



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