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Re: HarperCollins Silmarillions
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Aye, I have all of those. Was just checking...

The 3rd impression is basically the same as the 1st & 2nd impressions (line number to denote impression) except the date reads "1995". It looks like a typo, hence Neil's entry on tolkienbooks; stating the "1995 edition 3rd impression" is in reality the 3rd impression of the 1992 edition.

I don't have the 4th impression, but the copyright page (if I recall correctly) looks the same.

BH

Posted on: 6/2 17:37:29
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Re: HarperCollins Silmarillions
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What are the three variants?

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Posted on: 6/2 2:51:12
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Re: Interesting eBay Auctions
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Man, I'm not even getting a sniff of these now...

So off the pace!

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Posted on: 5/24 15:46:37
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Re: Alan Lee UK Beren and Lúthien book signings
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Don't want to be a party pooper, but I'm not sure if another Lee signature is really that interesting or adds any value to a particular book. As a personal commemorative piece (a "I was there & Alan signed my book" kind of thing) it's definitely pretty cool. I think meeting Alan again & hearing what he has to say is the more interesting aspect tho'.

Any hint &/or possibility of CT bookplates or the like?

BH

Posted on: 5/17 15:59:46
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Re: Signed Beowulf
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Already talked to the seller, it's just tipped in; and unfortunately the provenance is the usual "estate sale"...

BH

Posted on: 5/8 14:04:09
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