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Abingdon Annual 1936
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Please see article in the Oxford Mail 'Undiscovered J R R Tolkien poems found in 1936 school magazine'

http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/1427 ... _in_1936_school_magazine/

http://tolkienbooks.net/php/details.php?reference=13890

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Posted on: 2/15 22:46:08

Edited by Trotter on 2016/2/16 12:03:39


Re: Poems from The Lord of the Rings
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The 2002 edition was £7.99 and at least three impressions were issued, so as Stu said this is a pretty common book, I would not advise paying $400 for it, $15 would seem to be about right.

Posted on: 2/9 4:42:30


Re: The Wonders of...
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Appears to have found some idiots who think it is the 1996 edition, though the seller has advertised it correctly

"Print-on-demand copy of History of Middle Earth Volume 12 -The Peoples of Middle-Earth.
Identical to the original 1996 hardback edition making it a good way to fill out a collection. Retail price is £40.
Practically perfect condition - looks new.
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"A fool and his money" springs to mind.

Update, sold for £72, when you can buy the book for £40 from http://www.tolkien.co.uk/product/9780 ... +Peoples+of+Middle-earth+

HarperCollins should probably start selling POD books on ebay.

Posted on: 2/7 6:35:06


Re: Question about Nasmith's illustrations in Robert Foster's Complete Guide
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I have both, there is not a list of illustrations in the Complete Guide, so it is quite hard to say which are the same, without comparing both books.

The Complete Guide does include a chapter by Ted on illustrating this edition, which is also of interest.

Posted on: 2/2 23:37:30


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A few people on the site may have supported this, but it is a youtube series from the people that made "Born of Hope". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qINwCRM8acM

It is available to watch for free in about 28 days time, for more info see the website.

http://www.rentheseries.com/


Posted on: 2/1 7:24:01

Edited by Trotter on 2016/3/1 22:55:06



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