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1963 Deluxe LOTR Clamshell case
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My copy of the 1963 3 volume Deluxe LOTR is very fragile and I was looking for a means to give the boxset some additional protection. The slipcase is splitting and has quite a bit of damage to the excellent Pauline Baynes illustrations.

David Miller at the Tolkienbookshelf.com designed a clamshell case for me that covers the original slipcase and books.

I was very pleased with the results and attach some pictures.

More pictures are available at the Tolkien Bookshelf.

http://www.tolkienbookshelf.com/?page ... 8023512db5014e355737abbcb

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Posted on: 2010/5/3 0:55


Re: Simon and JRR photo
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It does look like Tolkien is leaning on Simon though and that he has three hands.

Posted on: 2010/5/1 22:28


Re: Festival in the Shire (August 2010)
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Mark, I will answer this when a check something out which I've not had a clear answer on.


"I have a question -

>Festival in the Shire is a three day event that will cater to the diverse interests of collectors, academics and those who simply enjoyed the books and films. It will be held in the heart of ‘Tolkien country’, Machynlleth the ancient historical capital of Wales, with its rich Celtic traditions and stunning location in the hills.<

Can I respectfully ask - in what way is Machynlleth 'the heart of Tolkien country?"


Mark, we are still waiting for your answer to garm's question!!!!

Posted on: 2010/5/1 6:29


Re: Simon and JRR photo
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Ardamir wrote:
Great, thanks for that, Trotter. But can that really be Simon? He looks just as tall as his grandfather.


I'm going to have to point you towards a Wikipedia article on "Perspective", take note of the first point below

Simon is a distance in front of his Grandfather.

The two most characteristic features of perspective are that objects are drawn:

* Smaller as their distance from the observer increases
* Foreshortened: the size of an object's dimensions along the line of sight are relatively shorter than dimensions across the line of sight


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Perspective_%28graphical%29

Posted on: 2010/5/1 5:02

Edited by Trotter on 2010/5/1 5:55:51
Edited by Trotter on 2010/5/1 6:03:47
Edited by Trotter on 2010/5/1 6:11:10


Re: Festival in the Shire (August 2010)
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Issue Four of the Festival in the Shire Journal is now available

http://festivalintheshire.com/journal/index.html

"As I write this, I’ve not long returned from giving a talk on Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, J.K. Rowling and magical creatures as part of St George’s Day events in Lancaster. England’s national day celebrates a dragon-slayer! The occasion made me think once again how rich is the imagination of J.R.R. Tolkien. This new issue of the Journal reflects the plenitude of Tolkien’s invention – from demonic Balrogs to Tom Bombadil, “Master of wood, water and hill”. In this issue, visual artists, writers and scholars, all take part in what is a lively and continuing conversation about the creator of Middle-earth and his writings. Contributors range in age from a retired school headteacher to a primary (elementary) school pupil.

After this issue, I’ll be passing the privileged task of editing the Journal to the omni-capable Alex Lewis, a long-time friend who, as writer and scholar, has participated in the Tolkien fan community for many years. I’ll be staying on, however, as a consultant editor and hope to contribute to the Journal from time to time. Other pressing commitments take me from this task, including the completion of my next book!
As editor I’ve experienced once again astonishment at seeing how the work of a pipe-smoking, erudite scholar with an impatience over the increasing presence of Mordor in our midst has the power to bring together a rich diversity of people from around the planet – readers, writers, scholars and fan groups, audiences of many kinds, the young, the old, hobbits and elves. As editor, I’ve also enjoyed being able to write a very long sentence and getting away with it!

Colin Duriez"


I'm very jealous of Brian Sibley’s copy of “The Adventures of Tom Bombadil", a picture of which is included in his article and I also really like the Michael Hordern anecdote in the same article

Posted on: 2010/5/1 0:10

Edited by Trotter on 2010/5/1 0:24:55
Edited by Trotter on 2010/5/1 0:28:46



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