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Re: Journal of Tolkien Studies
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My Tolkien Studies 5 has just shipped to me, so I should have it in a few days. Looks like they are finally coming!

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Re: Babel Hobbits - collection of multilingual editions of _Hobbit_
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Today I have added second, alternative method of subscription for news from Babel Hobbits. Maybe still the most popular(?). By email.

I will post newsletter only when I add something new to my website. Mainly that will be new hobbits I suppouse :)

You can subscribe newsletter on the mainpage of Babel Hobbits.

Greetings,
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Posted on: 2008/8/14 15:18
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Some Fanzine Availability Announcements
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I've listed a few more Amon Hen back issues (92, 94, 95, 96, 104, 106) at Rowns.com - check out the Newest Additions category if you are interested.

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Also, Julian Bradfield has announced that Quettar Back Issues Vol II is now available:

http://www.lulu.com/content/3281868

This 112 page volume covers issues 11 to 20, published in 1981 to
1984. It includes the tengwar numerals presented by Christopher
Tolkien, as well as several 'classic' articles.

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Posted on: 2008/8/13 0:09
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Re: Gold Hobbit - how to recognize 1st ed/1st printing
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Thanks Jeremy for explanation and tips!

"I can dig up an image of one of these if you need further clarification."

That would be great. It will be easy to show the seller this image for comparision to the item instead writing explanation.

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Re: Gold Hobbit - how to recognize 1st ed/1st printing
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For the trade edition, there appears to be no printing indication (only one print run) of 15,000 copies, according to Hammond/Anderson - A3aa, pp. 62-63. You should be careful not to get a book-club edition, which has the blind-stamp (a small square indentation) on the back (lower) cover, near the spine at the bottom. I can dig up an image of one of these if you need further clarification. Besides some slight differences in the gold tone of the faux-leather, there are no other differences between the trade and book club editions.

This is the same text edition as the green Collector's edition from 1973 (and still in print today) with a slightly updated forward as of 1987, and gold faux-leather instead of green.

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