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Re: The Good Old Days
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I like coming across these old advertising brochures! Nice find, and thanks for the picture. I have a few similar items (packed up at the moment) but maybe I have some pictures to share as well if I can find them.

Posted on: 10/21 9:01:32
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Re: Oxonmoot 2014
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Please do find out where/how I and other remote people can get copies!

Thanks.

Posted on: 9/12 15:09:03
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Re: Number Line Question
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Agree with Deagol, both are firsts.

Posted on: 8/6 10:49:22
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Re: UK Book and Magazine Collector magazine
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Thanks Trotter!

Is this a typo (extra zero on #5)?
The Lord of the Rings (Deluxe India Paper Edition 1969)
http://www.tolkienbooks.net/php/details.php?reference=45150
#1 n/a(n/a) #2 n/a(n/a) #3 £50(n/a) #4 £100(n/a) #5 £2000(n/a)

Posted on: 7/16 9:35:39
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Re: The Wonders of...
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Stu wrote:
Until you found these books happened to be the first printing, you essentially thought they were tatty junk. Being the first, they somehow ceased to be tatty junk.


Just pricey tatty junk.

Seriously, though, book collecting is definitely an odd business. As my wife says, "well, I guess it's better than a lot of other hobbies you could have!"

Posted on: 7/2 15:21:23
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