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eBay and Tolkien collecting
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Your answers here will help me figure out what level of integration with eBay seems appropriate for the site. Do you use eBay a lot for collecting? A little? Buying? Selling? Both? Longer responses here in the forums are useful too!

Posted on: 2007/10/30 22:04
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Re: Heren Istarion is raffling off Tolkien collectibles!
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Just a reminder, a lot of the raffles at Heren Istarion are ending on Thursday (November 1st), so go check them out, and support a worthy organization! They have been adding some new items every week or so, so even if you have visited in the past go check out the latest items.

Posted on: 2007/10/30 22:02
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Re: "signed" book on eBay
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It was cancelled before ending. Don't know if eBay killed it because of the controversy or if the seller pulled it.

Posted on: 2007/10/30 14:39
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Re: Where to buy Bilbo's Last Song poem illustrated by Pauline Baynes and published as a poster in 1
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I agree with Deagol, eBay is probably the best place to find one. There was one just a few weeks ago that ended up going for a little less than $40 (£20) including shipping.

[Update - whoops, that was the US poster, with the photograph, not the Baynes artwork. The same seller had a Baynes map poster up at the same time and my memory confused the two.]

Posted on: 2007/10/28 17:51
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Re: Tolkien's works in other languages
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I certainly am already finding it useful, thanks for putting it together! The book section here is beginning to fill out, and it is helping me a lot. I have permission from Doug Anderson to work off of his Annotated Hobbit bibliography for example, but his is entirely transcribed as you say, so getting the original language titles is important for me to add.

Thanks again,
Jeremy

Posted on: 2007/10/28 0:57
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