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Re: The Wonders of eBay
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It'll also be interesting to see what this Super Deluxe CoH goes for, in a pretty open auction, which started low (£50) with no reserve.

JRR Tolkien The Children of Hurin (Super Deluxe #130)

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Re: Doworst in "Monash Review"
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Morgan, you seem to have an uncanny knack of extracting Tolkien related blog entries from W&C! Keep it up.

The old Took's Tolkien Fandom Review is also highly recommended; I just bought the 1965 (The New England Tolkien Society, 2010) & 1966 (The New England Tolkien Society, 2011) reviews.

BH

Posted on: 2012/3/4 6:35
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Re: Tolkien slept here
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Tolkien "link" aside, nice pictures --I'd love to go for a stroll there. One for the mental notebook...

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Re: Lucky finds
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Yeh, these small surprises are always the best. Like when you find loose gatherings in your 1982 Super Deluxe copy of The Silmarillion!

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Re: Folio Society Hobbit
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It's just you!

Naw, even if it does appear lighter, probably just the photograph, rather than the actual book; or at least that would be my first guess.

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