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Re: Arda Reconstructed
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I'm guessing most people who want this book have bought it. But for those who haven't, and don't care (within reason) about the condition of their paperbacks (where a nice hardback precedes it), I have a sort-of spare copy that I'm wanting rid of.

PM me if interested in a "like new" copy for negotiable price. (I can throw in a signed bookplate too.)

BH

Posted on: 2011/9/8 15:00
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Re: 10 UK Hardback HOME books
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Indeed. See when you think about it --why would you bother buying the new POD copies?, when you can pick up the older ones (particularly non-1st editions) for so cheap; or at least most of them.

BH

Posted on: 2011/9/8 13:43
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Re: Some fanzine inquiries
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No, not dead. You could ask Carl .

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Posted on: 2011/9/8 13:38
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Re: 2nd imp. Hobbit
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I hadn't read the auction (or catalogue) in much detail, just your mention of guns. I thought --what's garm rambling on about!

One of your 4th impressions!? Who needs one, when you can have two; and a 2nd imp.! For those of us who didn't buy books back in the 70's ( ) --yes, they are expensive. That's why I don't own one...

BH

Posted on: 2011/9/4 10:59
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Re: Hobbit Translations
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If only a couple of folks would get moving with those back issues --& we could all read that little piece of yours garm!

BH

Posted on: 2011/9/4 10:51
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