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Re: Interesting eBay Auctions
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Yes. Have a copy of the 1970 second printing.

(Sorry. This got posted numerous times - Posted from mobile phone and kept hitting submit but nothing happened - then see that it kept posting - have deleted duplicates now).

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/331331798253

http://www.ebay.com/itm/171448283743

http://www.ebay.com/itm/141380336137

Wonder what the story is with the Easton Press Edition of the Children of Hurin. Have seen 3 sell for over $500 recently, one for $660

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Khamûl wrote:
Spot the problem...
J.R.R. Tolkien - Morgoth's Ring.

The history of Middle Earth completed by Christopher Tolkien.

Never read, just stored on a shelf since 1991 so very slight yellowing to page edges.

I have more from the set on sale.

eBay Item #221555125622

BH


Nope. My 2037 100th Anniversary Edition of the Hobbit looks great on my bookshelf.

If you are a dedicated enough Tolkien Collector, you will always buy the books and have them on your shelves well in advance of their publication.

Posted on: 9/23 10:36:29


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Thanks Trotter!

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laurel wrote:
I really wouldn't like to lose a book trying to get £10 or £20 off the price if you want it.


Completely agree. But that was why I put in a best offer. I didn't want it enough. If I had "really wanted" it, I would of course used the BIN.

Congrats on purchase. And indeed, I too have only seen a few advance copies over the years.

Posted on: 9/16 10:16:16



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