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FINALLY collected a copy of the LASFS 1968 Shangri l'Affaires Meretricious member art supplement with a copy of the 1969 Tim Kirk calendar tipped in. It's pretty much in a mint state. Am MORE than happy to cross that one off my "to get" list. Woo hoo!

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Posted on: 2010/9/13 19:07
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Re: Some Moseley Personalities Volume 1
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Reading this thread a couple of days ago, I went to the web site of the Moseley Society and ordered the publication (vol. 1). It just arrived with the mail today, so yes, they still have some volumes left for purchase.

Posted on: 2010/9/13 15:12


Re: Library Edition Hobbit - 1938, 4th State
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Jlong wrote:
You paid $200, correct? I still wouldn't mind owning it, but the library markings for me do depreciate the value and desirability of it.

Josh


Yes, Josh, I paid $200. I never saw it listed for $100, but no matter. I agree that the library markings detract, but to me the value was in the uniqueness and novelty of the binding. Mostly, I just wanted to check it out. Not sure yet if I will hold this in my collection or sell, but I would certainly consider any offers. At first, I thought it might have some value for rebinding (particularly for the maps, since they are not pasted down and are in nice shape), but I hate to see it dismantled. It's a nice example of the variety of library bindings out there, of which many I am sure did not stand the test of time.

Posted on: 2010/9/13 10:00


Re: Library Edition Hobbit - 1938, 4th State
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Seems like a cool find. I saw it on eBay but ended up not bidding on it because of the library markings, though the first time it was listed was for $100; I almost bid on it then. You paid $200, correct? I still wouldn't mind owning it, but the library markings for me do depreciate the value and desirability of it. As far as value, I have no idea; Pieter would probably know best.

Josh

Posted on: 2010/9/13 9:42


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Love it!

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