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Re: What do people think of this item
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Deal!

Posted on: 2010/7/7 13:14
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Re: What do people think of this item
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Heavens! Don't want to think what you paid Trotter --way, way out of my league. Maybe I should buy you a drink in Moreton...

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Posted on: 2010/7/7 11:24
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Re: Shippey - Tolkien Author of the Century
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I meant to reply to this a few days back, Gawain. I had a good look at it on eBay & noticed that it was a 2nd impression he had corrected too. (Can't remember why I never bid on it --but you got it for a fair price if I recall.) Very nice. I think it's a great copy; pretty unique with the Shippey marginalia. It is unfortunate the annotations seem predominately to be corrections, with little comment. Thanks for posting. Tho', I don't have any editions of this work, so don't have anything meaningful to add.

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Posted on: 2010/7/7 11:17
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Re: At it again - again
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Winning bid: US $140.00 (Approximately £93.47)
Bargain!

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Posted on: 2010/6/28 8:49
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Re: August 14th-15th 2010
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Trotter, I'll probably be down for the Moreton event. I went in 2007 for the CoH launch, couldn't get down in 2008, but attended again in 2009 --it was pretty good. But, I have no firm plans as yet, as it is literally a 1000 miles round trip from Aberdeen, & the drive is in excess of 8 hours. That said, if you're there at the end, and your buying, then I may fix those plans! --no, seriously, I'll probably be down for Friday & Saturday (& Saturday evening).

I ain't going to Festival in the Shire. It sounds very promising, but the money is prohibitive, what with travelling down costs too.

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Posted on: 2010/6/26 9:45
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