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Re: Selling my Super Deluxe Children of Hurin & Legend of Sigurd & Gudrun
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Sorry, not following --"3 Volume SD LOTR"?

As for prices: under £200 doesn't sound very common. Let's see what current prices I've noted...

CoH
£325 (#48) April
£217 (#140) April
£258 (#490) January

S&G
£225 (#147) December
£170 (#?) August

Hmmm... clearly I haven't been note taking too regularly there then! There's been a lot up at Buy-It-Now, but I tend not to watch those if they're too pricey --as I just don't think they sell. O/w I normally note any open auctions and auctions with Best-Offer options. But this is all I've noted over the last year.

I agree with you Stu: I can't imagine they sold very many S&G after the initial crew who wanted a copy had got theirs. But CoH is probably pretty close to sold out I'd guess. I can't imagine HarperCollins have too many left.

BH

Posted on: 2011/6/14 3:13
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Re: Ebay Signature & Sketch
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Welcome lbdkbd. Just wait to find your misplaced camera; unless by misplaced you mean lost.

It's quite easy to post pictures up. Someone can talk (or type) you through it if you're having any difficulty.

BH

Posted on: 2011/6/12 15:18
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Re: J.R.R Tolkien THE LORD OF THE RINGS One Volume edition.
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I’d concur. Without a dustjacket collectors aren’t going to be very interested. Think you’d be lucky to get £10. Even if it had the dj & was a 1st impression etc --it’s still not going to fetch much more than £20-30, as Trotter says.

BH

Posted on: 2011/6/10 5:11
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Boorman's 1970's LotRs Script?
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Anyone know where I could get hold of a copy of Boorman's LotRs script?; or if this has ever been seen for sale. I don't know much about the availability or o/w of film scripts, but thought I'd throw it out there. Just a copy I'm looking for.

BH

Posted on: 2011/6/4 16:28
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Re: Strange Silmarillion 77 Clowes & Sons Export
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Or how about one of those printed by the "scarcer of the 2 printers"!

Tolkien-The Silmarillion-1st-hb/dj-1977-fine

A Billing copy you say? So difficult to locate; especially for UK collectors...

BH


Posted on: 2011/6/4 13:26
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