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Re: Heren Istarion is raffling off Tolkien collectibles!
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Hey there,

Many thanks Jeremy for this post it is indeed helpful--as of today we have added a bunch new items: action figures. If you are interested in any of these items or wish to donate please visit the above links posted by Jeremy,
Again many thanks to all for the support!

Anthony
Northeast Tolkien Society

Posted on: 2007/10/19 10:22


A Tolkienian Mathomium and James Dunning entries added
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I just finished reading A Tolkienian Mathomium by Mark T. Hooker (with illustrations by James Dunning) into the Guide database. I will have a review of the book written up soon, but it is a good read and a good reference, so go buy a copy if you haven't already.

Posted on: 2007/10/17 10:00
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The other issues do show up again every now and then on the ELF website, when they do another printing. Christopher et al probably won't reprint an older one until they have cleared out the bulk of the #17 issues (a must-have, everyone get their hands on it. Stuffed full of primary Tolkien material publicly available for the first time.)

There is a copy of #8 on ABEbooks and a few other sites, for $12 right now. Other issues do show up occasionally there or on eBay (a bunch just ended, I am guessing it was those that caught your attention.)

I don't think I currently have additional copies of any issues, but I will check. Since there is no "wholesale discount", I tend not to try to keep spares on hand, as the more recent issues are (occasionally) available as back issues, and I'd have to ask more than list price.

Posted on: 2007/10/14 9:18
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I can buy (copies of) issues 1 - 5 from the Mythopoeic Society, and I can buy issues 6, 7, 11, 15, 16 and 17 from the Elvish Linguistic Fellowship ... but can I buy the others anywhere?

Posted on: 2007/10/14 8:36


Re: Proof copies of all three LOTR volumes for auction
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Thanks for the update! Very useful to know more details. I didn't notice on my first reading that the first two volumes are slipcased (made by a bookbinder), so clearly the ROTK volumes were added to this collection at a later time.

Posted on: 2007/10/12 15:36
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