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Re: Anyone see the value in this eBay auction?
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Saw these in the latest Thornton's catalogue:

[F0139-1] Unwin , Rayner,. The making of the Lord of the rings. Limited Edition of 100 Copies. ISBN: 1854760114. Originally Issued in a limited edition of 250 copies on the occasion of the centenary celebrations at Keble college Oxford. 1992, 8pp., text and covers on cream paper and thin board. Reprinted (100 copies) in 2007 £6.95

[F0139B] Unwin , Rayner,. The making of the Lord of the rings. Limited Edition of 12 Copies. ISBN: 1854760114. Originally published in a limited edition of 250 Copies.Issued on the occasion of the centenary celebrations at Keble college Oxford. 1992, 8pp., text and covers on cream paper . In addition to the 100 copies reprinted in 2007 12 copies were bound in Italian hand-made marbled paper covered boards and linen spine with title label £35.00

Posted on: 2008/9/18 9:31


Wanted: J.R.R. Tolkien and the art of sub-creation
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Small book (11 pages long) published in 1986. by Richard J. Lee. Anyone have a copy?

Thanks!

Posted on: 2008/9/16 13:26
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Re: 1991 Polish Game
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Hi Mel, and welcome aboard! No problem on the website plug, you have been in the links section for almost exactly two years now. Great site!

We have at least one regular Polish member here (Elfy / Marek) who may be able to help you out if you need it. He is a prolific collector, multilingual, and a member of the Polish Tolkien Society so he may even know the collector you are dealing with.

Is the game you are being offered perhaps this one?

http://www.tolkienguide.com/modules/w ... .php?page=WojnaOPierscien

I may be able to work something out with you for a trade if no-one else steps up. Feel free to post trades/offers/advertisements here in the forums for anything Tolkien related - the site is definitely meant to cater to more than book collectors, and there is traffic in the other Guide categories, though I don't have nearly the database you do on movie collectibles by far.

Posted on: 2008/9/14 20:24
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1991 Polish Game
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Hi.

I'm new here, and I specialize in movie trilogy collectibles, which I tout at my (shameless plug here, let's get it out of the way....) website at www.springlering.com

I am doing a trade with a fellow in Poland, who is sending me what he says is a 1991 LOTR (possibly Hobbit) board game in Polish.

There's a bit of a language barrier, I have fuzzy pictures of cards and a gameboard. I've traded with him before, and he's reliable, so I know it'll get here, eventually, and will be what he says.

He's just determined I should have it, and he's a great trader, so I don't want to offend him, but, I will have no use for it, it's pre-movie.

If anyone's interested, I will gladly swap it for any unusual LOTR movie trilogy item for my own collection (once it gets here, of course). Can provide extensive references, since ya'll don't know me.

Will also be at ALEP later this month, and can introduce myself in person.

There is a very slim chance I might even have it in hand by then, although I doubt it.

Anyway, email me if interested, and please keep me in mind if you book collectors stumble on movie stuff you don't care for. In true Hobbit fashion, I am particularly fond of consumables like soda cups, candy wrappers, popcorn bags, cereal and snack premiums, etc, as well as press material.

Thanks,
Mel aka Springlering

Posted on: 2008/9/13 9:01


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Step away from the computer for a few days (camping if you're curious) and the riff-raff comes out of the woodwork. Sorry guys!

Posted on: 2008/9/8 10:05
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