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Re: signed?
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Posted on: 3/21 13:24:42
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Re: Deluxe edition Harpercollins completed collection?
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John Garth's blog doesn't add anything that Pieter hasn't got up at TolkienLibrary: http://www.tolkienlibrary.com/press/1 ... commentary-by-tolkien.php (--for those who haven't read his news piece.)

£20 is also more than I'd expext for the standard Hb, tolkienbrasil. And, for £75, who are you imagining this will be signed by? The cover artist? Certainly not CT...

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Posted on: 3/21 13:19:22
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Re: Deluxe edition Harpercollins completed collection?
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All of the HarperCollins "Hardback Deluxe" editions are RRP £60, so the Amazon list price (for what it's worth) of £75 is slightly odd.

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Posted on: 3/20 16:59:27
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Re: New Book Releases
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EP have released a leather-bound 'Fall of Arthur'. Might be of interest to some. I don't personally collect American books, but I do have the EP releases (so I have ordered a copy). Note that international buyers need to ring them up to order (but the person took my order was very polite and helpful, and international postage was only $8 on top of the US price).
--Stu

Stu, I went to the website to order this; was the order you placed a pre-order? (It says it's not published until May 2014.) I just wanted to double check it hadn't been (quickly) reprinted or something; as I got the impression, when I first read your post, that it was available (i.e. had been published) at that time.

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Very exciting news! I hadn't personally heard a squeak about this; but then I haven't really had my ear to the book-world ground recently.

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Posted on: 3/19 10:34:15
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