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Re: UK Deluxe Tales from the Perilous Realm [2008]
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The only way that I know how to tell, is that if you buy the Alan Lee signed version it has a different ISBN which is visible through the sealed wrapping.

The ISBN is 978-0-00-723715-9 (978-0-00-728618-8 is the unsigned edition and the later reprints).

All the signed version are first printings, and are not printed in China.

Posted on: 8/28 6:54:03


Re: Original Nasmith Silmarillion Dust Jacket
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Karl wrote:
My odds should be about 1 in 5 with this edition. If anyone sees a fine copy with the updated jacket, let me know!


This looks to be what you are looking for.

eBay Item #152205672267

The pictures with the listing are interesting as they show the copyright page, and ISBN numbers and it is the 2nd Impression paperback bound as a hardback. Just checked and it appears to now be sold.

This has been a very interesting thread, Karl thanks for posting

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Posted on: 8/28 0:33:29

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Re: A humble introduction
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Welcome to the forum, always nice to get a new member posting questions and enquiries.

Feel free to post as many as you like.

Also very pleased that you mainly collect my favourite book

Posted on: 8/26 5:08:43


Chiswick Auctions 28th September
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Lot 5 Estimate £1000-£1500

TOLKIEN, J. R. R. (1892-1973). The Hobbit or There and Back Again. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1937. 8vo. Half title, wood-engraved frontispiece and 9 wood-engraved illustrations by the author, all but one full-page, one-page of advertisements at the end (frontispiece and title page very lightly browned). Original green pictorial cloth designed by the author, map endpapers printed in red and black (without the dust-jacket, some very light staining and a small nick to spine), contained in a modern green morocco-backed box by Asprey & Co. Ltd. Provenance: From the Collection of John Marriott (1921-2007) and Count R. L. Sangorski (1940-2014). FIRST EDITION, first impression.1,500 copies were printed of this, the author's first novel and a children's classic.

https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auc ... ee-43a3-ab8d-a66500fa0f76

Lot 6 Estimate £2000-£3000

TOLKIEN, J. R. R. (1892-1973). The Lord of the Rings. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd, 1954-55. 3 volumes, comprising The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King, 8vo. Half titles, map printed in red and black, large folding maps printed in red and black at the end of each volume, table. Exceptionally finely-bound in contemporary green morocco by Asprey & Co. Ltd., spines with raised bands and lettered in gilt, gilt edges, marbled endpapers (some very light staining to boards, joints a little browned). Provenance: Count Sangorski (crowned monogram stamped on titles of all three volumes and on rear endpapers of two volumes). FIRST EDITION. (3)

https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auc ... 18-4541-8074-a66500fa100c

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Posted on: 8/24 22:42:36


Re: Uncorrected Proof of the Fellowship of the Ring
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So, Tolkien corrected the mistake made in the proof copy by the typesetters.

He must have made at least one other change after this, because the published version has 'Shadows' and not 'shadows'.

When he first wrote this line, it was meant to be 'darkness' and not 'shadow'.

Is that correct as I am questioning this comment in the article above and Urulöké's comment in the thread?

"The final published version reads “One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them.” Tolkien apparently preferred “shadow,” but his editor said there were too many shadows in the ominous rhyme, and suggested one be stricken from it."

"That's a nice shot of the poem with the original wording (shadow that would change to darkness)."

Posted on: 8/23 2:45:44

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