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Re: Heren Istarion calendar
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Still waiting for mine too...

Posted on: 2008/1/8 11:29


Re: Heren Istarion calendar
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I did a week ago!

Posted on: 2008/1/8 11:11


Heren Istarion calendar
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Hi folks

I haven't received my Heren Istarion calendar yet, and I wondered whether other UK / European buyers had?

Thanks

wellinghall

Posted on: 2008/1/8 10:33


Re: Blank / Dummy Silmarillions
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Deagol, I'm confused - why does the presence of a map make it more likely to be a Clowes copy?

Posted on: 2008/1/8 10:13


Re: Blank / Dummy Silmarillions
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(Deagol) You say its likely to be a Clowes book rather than a Billing copy; I take it it doesn't have a copyright page then?

My confusion around the Folio prices is simply over the prices paid for later impressions, when the 1997 1rst impression comes up (probably) more frequently. There seems to be (at present) no graduation in prices through the impressions (with the highest prices being realised for 1rst impressions). Buyers seem to be paying £20-25+ for any impression; which shows an alarming disregard for collecting etiquette ( )

BH

Posted on: 2008/1/8 8:26
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You drive a hard bargain – you can have it for £10 all-in – one consolation (for you) is that you do not have to hear the cries of my children, for bread...



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