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Looks ok to me too.

Posted on: 2008/9/23 7:13


Re: The Silmarillion Clowes 1st edition variant 1
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On a very good day your book might sell for up to 100 USD, but due to the high numbers printed this edition generally sells for 30-50 bucks.

The presentation copy issued by Methuen in Canada in 1977 may sell for $600 USD, perhaps you are confusing it with this.

Sorry that it is not better news.

Posted on: 2008/9/23 7:11


Re: The Silmarillion Clowes 1st edition variant 1
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I think you should go back to the book dealer and sell it to him for $200 as you are very unlikely to get this price elsewhere.

The book is quite common, I bought a copy in pretty good condition recently for $30, which was cheap as the book would normally sell for $50-$100.

Posted on: 2008/9/23 6:01


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Hey Wellinghall,

looks pretty good to me.

good price too!!

Dior

Posted on: 2008/9/23 2:22


Re: The Silmarillion Clowes 1st edition variant 1
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Thankyou for your detailed comment. The copy I have does include said spelling errors and all other points, but I agree with you completely that a book is worth exactly what someone else is willing to pay for it. This is largely the reason I came here, to see what people who are obviously interested in book, would think is a good price.

Posted on: 2008/9/22 11:33



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