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Re: Castles in the Mists trip reports?
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Ted Nasmith posted his summary on his blog...

Ted Nasmith's blog

Posted on: 2008/5/4 23:23
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Re: Castles in the Mists trip reports?
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Oh dear ... that's a nice post to run into unsuspectingly ... and find myself large as life slap bang in the middle of it!

I'm the overgrown Hobbit talking to Jef Murray over the book of poetry he illustrated just recently.

Great report though! Marbretherese's as well as Iolanthe's.

Posted on: 2008/5/4 20:02
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Then in the name of the king, go and find some old man of less lore and more wisdom who keeps some in his house! - Gandalf in Minas Tirith [LR 5 VIII:70]


Re: UK First Edition Silmarillion Dust Wrapper Colours
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thanks deagol

Posted on: 2008/5/4 17:56


Re: UK First Edition Silmarillion Dust Wrapper Colours
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Here is an example

This is an LOTR set.
The headband is the red and yellow piece of material at the spine.
It is blue and white in THE SILMARILLION.

Posted on: 2008/5/4 13:08


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Somebody contacted me recently for a valuation on some HOME volumes. They had bought 2 sets of volumes in the 80s, all from a book club, but some of the early volumes (1-5) were Allen & Unwin/Unwin Hyman copies, so it looks like BCA purchased A&U copies when their own editions of 1-5 were sold out and then price-clipped them. Just another complication to add to the mix!

Posted on: 2008/5/4 13:00



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