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Re: Signed Pauline Baynes Book
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The difference between this auction, and the other rot, is light and day. This even solicits you to enquire after the provenance.

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Posted on: 2010/3/11 11:40
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Re: Tolkien Signatures on eBay???
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"The signature does however appear to be that of Tolkien and matches up to posted examples very favourably." --that will be example postd here on TCG!

Beren, did you read my comments in the private forum?

BH

Posted on: 2010/2/24 15:07
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Re: Tolkien Signatures on eBay???
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It may not be a genuine bid. It may be a bid by a collaborator, to suggest bidding interest.

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Posted on: 2010/2/24 13:26
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Re: Tolkien Signatures on eBay???
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Aye, agreed. Reported it earlier.

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Posted on: 2010/2/16 16:44
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Re: BBC Mastermind questions
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Without looking anything up, I'm pretty sure I got them all correct, except the TCBS one; couldn't honestly say I'd have been able to answer that one if I'd been watching the show in real time. The rest I thought were pretty easy, and required very little thought. A couple of others, again if I'd been watching the show, would probably have been answered by the contestant before I'd thought of the answer myself.

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Posted on: 2010/2/15 8:45
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