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RK 2nd Ed. 'Stamp' on boards?
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I may have missed something here; but has anyone any clue as to this stamp?

eBay: TOLKIEN - THE RETURN OF KING - 1966 HB RARE

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Re: Super-Deluxe Sigurd & Gudrun
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Personally, I'm quite looking forward to this release; primarily in terms of content.

In terms of price; if HarperCollins think they can shift 500 copies, at (say) £350 (even if it's over a few years), then that will probably be what they'll plumb for. CoH, with all the discounting has shifted. But it hardly does HarperCollins any good (as David Brawn alluded to) to flood the market with Super Deluxe signed Tolkien titles.

I think a run of 250, with the £350 tag would work for HarperCollins. Collectors would obviously prefer a 250 run with a £250 price tag. CoH with discount (30%) was available at £245; & this was even more favourable for US buyers -so I think £250 would be fair, considering the non-ME nature of the subject.

We'll see...

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Posted on: 2009/2/24 13:04
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Re: Farmer Giles of Ham '60th Anniversary' Edition
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Farmer Giles of Ham 60th Anniversary Edition (17.02.09)

Courtesy of TolkienLibrary (Cheers PC!)

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Posted on: 2009/2/19 13:27
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Re: Is there no consistancy in Hardcovers?
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...& with Amazon owning ABEbooks as well; and Beren in league with HarperCollins! -there's nowhere for the poor (average) collector to turn to for unbiased advice...

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Re: The wonders of eBay
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Indeed Trotter: It could well be either of the 1rst states (domestic or export); altho' the Billing copy DJs always seem to hold up that little bit better than the Clowes Export copies I think. The cloth is also quite dark in the picture; so I'd guess its a Billing copy too.

The nonsense about the spine (incidently the auction has been pulled) is just that: nonsense. It is clearly not red; altho' nobody is saying the jacket doesn't look otherwise Fine. But £400+!!? You could go on ABE now and buy a Metheun copy for that price. Mad is the word...

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