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10 signed items for sale at Bloomsbury Auctions
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London Auction on the 13th November

The item below appears to have some issues.

Autograph Poem, 2pp. on both sides of personalised postcard, numerous notes on verso, 140 x 88mm., n.d. [c.1925-1960], by the dates and events reference on the verso, the notes were written over a period of time, Tolkien's hand and the ink used noticeably change during this time, the poem begins " Aredhel went forth in blossom white" and appears to be unpublished, the notes on the verso are largely in connection with Tolkien's day-to-day life, some browning .

http://www.bloomsburyauctions.com/cms/pages/lot/36158/445


The Hobbit, tenth impression, signed presentation inscription from the author to front endpaper, colour frontispiece, illustrations, map endpapers, original pictorial boards, dust-jacket, spine browned, spine ends and corners a little chipped, a little creased at head and foot, scuffing to upper panel, 8vo, 1958.

http://www.bloomsburyauctions.com/cms/pages/lot/36158/447

The Lord of the Rings, 3 vol., vol.1 twelfth impression, vol.2 eighth impression, vol.3 ninth impression, signed presentation inscription from the author to front endpaper, folding maps, tape-marks to endpapers, original cloth, dust-jackets laminated, spines slightly browned, 1961-62; and a copy of the Silmarilion, 8vo (4)

http://www.bloomsburyauctions.com/cms/pages/lot/36158/448

The Adventures of Tom Bombadil, second impression, signed by the author on half-title, original pictorial boards, dust-jacket, some light rubbing to head and foot, otherwise excellent, 8vo, 1962.

http://www.bloomsburyauctions.com/cms/pages/lot/36158/449

Smith of Wootton Major, first edition, signed by the author on front free endpaper, illustrations by Pauline Baynes, original pictorial boards, spine slightly faded, extremities a little rubbed, 12mo, 1967.

http://www.bloomsburyauctions.com/cms/pages/lot/36158/450

The Road Goes Ever On, a Song Cycle, music by Donald Swann, first edition, signed by the author on front endpaper, spotting to endpapers, original boards, some light spotting, dust-jacket, light tape-marks to verso, some light creasing to head and foot, but a near-fine example overall, 1968; and an L.P. of Songs and Poems of Middle Earth, 4to (2)

http://www.bloomsburyauctions.com/cms/pages/lot/36158/451

Tree and Leaf, paperback edition, fourth impression, signed presentation inscription from the author with additional signature to title, original pictorial wrappers, a little rubbed, 1970; and 2 others by the same, 8vo (3)

http://www.bloomsburyauctions.com/cms/pages/lot/36158/452

Autograph Note signed to Fay Darrington, 1p., 8vo, n.p, 16th November, 1971, thanking her for her letter, returning two books signed and sending her a copy of the new Hobbit map poster.

http://www.bloomsburyauctions.com/cms/pages/lot/36158/453

Autograph Letter signed to Fay Darrington, 1p. & envelope, 8vo, Hotel Miramar, Bournemouth, 16th February, 1972, thanking her for her letter "the warmth of your gratitude and your delight in my books" and discussing "the sad business of breaking up my library and house & selling my house", folds, a few small spots.

http://www.bloomsburyauctions.com/cms/pages/lot/36158/454

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Posted on: 11/8 2:47:34

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Re: The Wonders of...
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I think this one is quite funny, though not to helpful in what you might get for your $100.

eBay Item #111490138530

Posted on: 11/6 3:24:38


Re: The Wonders of...
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1331 posts in this thread, and I am still amazed by the ridiculous auctions on ebay.

"another collectible book listed by river bank books" for £20.

This item looks to have been nicked from a library

eBay Item #381026479895

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Posted on: 11/4 13:04:48

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Re: New Book Releases
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Really looking forward to this from Wayne G. Hammond & Christina Scull.

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"Only now can we say that our latest Tolkien project – which has occupied much of our time this summer and early autumn – is The Art of The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. With the 60th anniversary of the first (U.K.) publication of The Return of the King coming next year, HarperCollins asked us for a Lord of the Rings companion to our successful Art of The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien. We quickly agreed, then took time to think about what the new book should contain and how we should approach the subject."


http://wayneandchristina.wordpress.co ... olkien-projects-part-two/

Posted on: 11/4 2:29:06


Re: The Wonders of...
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Stu wrote:

Every chance it is a shill bid.


It sold, so not a very good shill bid

Posted on: 11/2 7:34:18



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