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Re: The Horn Book Magazine (excerpt from The Hobbit)
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There is also a small mention/reference to the Hobbit in the 1938 July-August Issue on Page 232.

And in the 1938 November/December Issue, there is a few lines (Hobbit publication notice and price) on Page 365.

Posted on: 2010/4/22 15:48


Re: Tolkien Bookshelf has #9 of the 1991 blue leather LOTR available
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Again, speaking for myself, when it comes to Deluxe Limited Editions, I generally only ever consider Fine Copies in Fine Slipcases (but may buy a Very Good to Near Fine Copy as a temporary copy if I came across a good deal), so a Fine Later Number (for me) would be much preferred to a Very Good/Near Fine Lower Number (with possible exception of copy numbers 1 to 5 of some of the editions).

Posted on: 2010/2/11 13:20


Re: Tolkien Bookshelf has #9 of the 1991 blue leather LOTR available
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Speaking for myself, I actually do (for some unknown reason within) like a lower number and am indeed prepared to pay more for lower numbers.

When I started collecting, I convinced myself that the number did not matter, but over the years, I became more and more attracted to the lower numbers. Just part of the collecting obsession for me I suppose.

What I have tended to do is to buy any copy of a limited edition to have one in the collection and then try to get a lower number (and sell the original purchase).

Posted on: 2010/2/11 13:05


Re: Alexander Autographs
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Hi Trotter,

I may not be remembering correctly, but I think that at one point, David Miller had the original. And I think he subsequently sold it on. But I may not be correct on this.

Posted on: 2010/1/8 11:47


Re: Alexander Autographs
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Indeed I have a (very convincing) copy of the same signed note that was included (as a free token) with a book I purchased a few years ago.

Posted on: 2010/1/8 2:08



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