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Re: The Wonders of...
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Early fifties?
eBay Item #141660173421
Map of the shires done on what looks like to be parchment in the early fifties..I have had this map for many years now, time to let it go to someone who will appreciate it..
29" x 22"..

Sounds unlikely...

BH

Posted on: 5/7 14:11:07
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Re: I would love to have a study like this
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Wayne & Christina just posted a summary of the update on their blog too:
https://wayneandchristina.wordpress.co ... n-estate-website-revised/

Personally, I think they should straighten a few of those books up; having them sitting on the shelves like that isn't doing those spines any good at all...

BH

Posted on: 5/7 1:30:49
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Re: The Wonders of...
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And so someone falls into the trap...
eBay Item #141656454166

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Posted on: 5/4 10:35:42
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Re: First UK Deluxe Edition of the Lord of the Rings
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And there's your answer!

Trotter, the image Deagol has up on his award winning site (), TolkienBooks.net, clearly has no such issue...

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Posted on: 5/4 9:10:37
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Re: The Wonders of...
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Benefit of doubt? Come on Stu, you've seen this seller's other listings. The kindest thing than one could say is: he's just another bookseller who knows nothing (by his own admission) about what he's selling. None of this would matter if it weren't for that price. It's clearly a nod to the value of the 1996 edition.

BH

EDIT: He's also got a 1996 edition listed, so it's not like he can't compare the two:
eBay Item #141656503792

Posted on: 5/4 9:04:15

Edited by Khamûl on 2015/5/4 10:31:52
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