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Re: Does anyone know which issue this is?
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I have the 12th impression, it matches the price of the third one down, but has the lettering with the black outline like the second one down in the pic above. So I agree the third one down is likely the 11th impression in the TolkienBooks link you think it is.

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Re: New to me (and maybe you guys?) book: Over The Rainbow : Tales of Fantasy and Imagination
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It may be that the book was published in the USA (not the UK) which would explain it not being on TolkienBooks.net. Though it looks like maybe one of those goodreads links could be a UK edition? Not sure.

I have a copy of The Fantastic Imagination from 1977 which is quite similar to Over the Rainbow. It collects a fragment or two from a lot of "high fantasy" authors, including "Riddles in the Dark". I think these were quite common in the day, I would have to dig through my notes/etc. to see what other books collected "Riddles" as well. Or even "Goblin Feet", that seemed to appear everywhere for a few years...

[EDIT - link to Fantastic Imagination] http://amzn.to/2kjF0Dh

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Re: ISBN of book in 2003 Houghton Mifflin LORT Gift set
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Attached are some images found online of the bookends, showing the trade dustjacket spine, and the gift edition dustjacket spine. All of the actual sets I have seen have had the gift edition dustjacket. I think the other is a promotional picture taken by the publisher before the set was released and the dustjacket design settled.

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Posted on: 2/7 13:15:00
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Re: M. Blackburn 'Middle-earth Map' Poster
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Attaching the color map images here as I think they are useful. I don't think the colored sections were "overlays", it appears that the map was drawn with color forests (green) and water (blue) at the least, and then some black and white copies were made off the color originals...?

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Re: M. Blackburn 'Middle-earth Map' Poster
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Here is the relevant text from Green Dragon #4 (March 1968):

This is an enlarged version of the map in the hardcover LotR with additional color overlays and the routes of all the characters marked on it. Unfortunately this is on VERY large paper which would stick out of the mailing tube by about one inch. Now the map does have a very large white border so that one inch could be trimmed or folded over for mailing with small loss.

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