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Re: Hobbit Facsimile Ed Amazon price
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If you originally placed a pre-order for this back when it was first listed (as I did back in July 2011), then your order now links to this £17.31 entry. The price has been all over the place in the intervening period, but since Amazon honours the lowest price for pre-orders there's no need, really, to pre-order this again, if you had already done so. It's not like the old order links to some defunct entry or anything.

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Posted on: 1/7 15:31:34
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Re: Saul Zaentz
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I doubt it. The company he formed, Middle-earth Enterprises, will presumably carry on as normal.

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Posted on: 1/5 9:09:05
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Re: What Booksellers Say...
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Abebooks bookseller description:

Book Description: Gollancz, London, 1980. Hard Cover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. First Edition. Immaculate, unread copy of a sensational and elusive collection of six superb pieces of fiction from this accomplished author. Pristine boards are complemented by an unblemished spine whose solidity, perfection and dignity mock gravity, whilst the pure, clean pages cock a snook at invasive dust particles. The £6.95 price-bearing dust jacket embodies the redefinition of perfection. An outstanding copy, every bit as perfect as the hype used to sell it is base. AS NEW. Bookseller Inventory # 7072


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Posted on: 1/3 11:29:27

Edited by Khamûl on 2014/1/3 12:12:08
Edited by Khamûl on 2014/1/3 12:14:45
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Re: The Wonders of...
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Here's an intersting one. What do you guys think of this?
eBay Item #271361806902

So AL signs this book (probably in Forbidden Planet or something; I don't recall) on the day after publication (which was the 17th, if I recall correctly). Yet, he signs a 3rd impression. Possible, I'm sure; but I don't recall CoH going into a 3rd impression pre-publication...

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Posted on: 1/3 9:01:00
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Re: The Wonders of...
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This might only be funny for a short time though...
eBay Item #181292949921

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Posted on: 1/2 5:51:27
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