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It may interest you to know that a "Champion of Champions" series of "Mastermind" is being filmed. We recently saw two episodes being filmed, one of which included my father in law (not on Tolkien, though). It might be screened around October. And no, we won't tell you who won!

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Please tell me, by going here:
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or just leaving a comment here!

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Hi Jodi,

as a rough estimate, the set of four in box seem to be on the eBay market for somewhere between $25 and $100 depending on condition of the albums and the box itself. I have seen asking prices much higher than that but have no record (no pun intended) of them selling in that range. Individual albums still unopened/shrinkwrapped have sold in the past for perhaps $50 each, but that was a few years ago and prices seem to be settling down recently.

Posted on: 2010/6/3 9:23
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Thank you for your time, I was hoping to know the value, Jodi

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I agree it is abeautiful design. For those who don't know, it is Arthur Rackham's illustration (for an English translation of Wagner's Ring Cycle) of Wotan, riding his eight-legged horse, Sleipnir, (you can see multiple legs in the picture) in pursuit of his disobedient daughter Brunnhilde.

Later, in Wagner's version, Brunnhilde will become the lover of Siegfried (Sigurd), himself the grand-child of Wotan.

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