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Is the old Silmarrillion in BOLT the same as the new one?
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Is the old Sillmarrillion in BOLT the same as the new one?

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Posted on: 2009/1/23 11:55

Edited by Khaml on 2013/4/24 12:58:52
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Bakshi Lord of the Rings Doodle Kit?
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I'm interested in finding a 1979 or maybe even 80's LOTRs doodle kit.

I think these were poster sized black and white boards designed so you could color them in as a kid.

I'd love to get a "new" one of these somewhere. Has anyone ever seen or heard of something like this?

Posted on: 2009/1/22 23:19


Re: Trade sword for History of Middle-Earth set.
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Don't get me wrong, there are a ton of "holy grails" out there in Tolkien collecting - my particular highlight was just of the US first editions of the History of Middle-earth books. UK firsts, various combined books like those you mentioned, etc. all have their own scarcity and desirability curves.

That's the fun in all of this!

Posted on: 2009/1/22 15:11
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Re: Trade sword for History of Middle-Earth set.
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I thought for sure upon seeing them that the Holy Grail of Tolkien bookdom would for sure be those big giant encyclopedia looking History of Middle-Earth's by Harper Collins.

I would love to get my hands on those but they are like $500 bucks each!

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Posted on: 2009/1/22 14:46


Re: Trade sword for History of Middle-Earth set.
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Baker and Taylor report:

BOLT I - in print and in hand ("available")
BOLT II - available
Lays - in print, available for back order from the publisher ("back order")
Shaping - available
Lost Road - "Publisher out of stock" (but possible to try and back order)
Return of the Shadow - back order
Treason of Isengard - back order
War of the Ring - back order
Sauron Defeated - available
Jewels - back order
Morgoth - available
Peoples - available


Note for Lost Road, that publisher "out of stock" is different from "permanently out of stock" - this means that a new impression will be issued if/when demand requires it.

Posted on: 2009/1/22 11:41
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