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Re: HELLOOOOO! CAN ANYONE HEAR ME; IS THERE ANYONE OUT THERE!
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Yeh Jason -whats your problem! chuckle

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Posted on: 2008/9/3 13:24
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Re: HELLOOOOO! CAN ANYONE HEAR ME; IS THERE ANYONE OUT THERE!
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Yes, I can hear you. So now that you have my attention, err, what do you want? I hope you have something important to say, with all that shouting.


Posted on: 2008/9/3 8:42
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Re: Silmarillion 1st Collector's edition on eBay
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>yet people are bidding £97 ($177) on a 1987 50th Anniversary standard hardback of The Hobbit! Yes it had a flyer; but nearly £100!

Lunacy? :)

Posted on: 2008/9/2 21:49


Re: HELLOOOOO! CAN ANYONE HEAR ME; IS THERE ANYONE OUT THERE!
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I'm not sure that kind of attitude is going to win you any kind of friends around here. Funnily enough the members of the relatively small community that post to these forums have -- wait for it -- jobs [that's what means we can afford the books and don't have to sell them :)] and families, so answering your question the very minute you post it might just not be at the top of the priority list!!

Stu

Posted on: 2008/9/2 21:44


Re: searching for value of a book I have
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"Does anyone sign on to this thing? my my my you can get more action at the floating log on a monday afternoon!!!!"

Sorry that we did not give you an instant answer to your question, instead of complaining you could have looked for the value yourself, the two main marketplaces for Tolkien books are Ebay and Abebooks

Abebooks has the 1982 book for about £80, but this the top end of the market because of Abebooks fees, so you may get up to £50 for selling the book.

Posted on: 2008/9/2 21:31



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