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Tolkien Studies VIII, 2011
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I read on Doug Anderson's blog that copies had been received of TS VIII. Does anyone have any idea where this can be ordered from? Apparently the WVUP site is not working (according to Doug); & it's not listed on Amazon UK or US. Plenty of time, but just curious.

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Posted on: 2011/6/28 7:16
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Re: The shaping of middle earth Allen & Unwin 1986
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"VG" can mean different things to different people. Other factors bringing the price down might include: the price being clipped; just a poorer (i.e. VG-) jacket generally; or perhaps the top page edge a little faded. Those points aside, your copy is a 2nd impression --and this devalues it (in comparison to a 1st edition/1st impression) more than anything. £10 perhaps? HoME books, in general, aren't really selling that well I don't think.

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Posted on: 2011/6/27 8:27
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Re: The Wonders of eBay
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Never noticed a video in a listing before...

eBay VIDEO listing

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Posted on: 2011/6/24 5:42
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Re: Tolkien Society magazines on eBay
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I think if anyone wants any of this stuff the seller is pretty willing to sell; I have his email address if anyone wants to contact him privately. I actually advised him to list most of it here on TolkienGuide, if he couldn't be bothered with eBay. But he's (as stated) split the original lot into smaller lots; whether this will help shift the stuff, I don't know. I'm not sure if this is just the tip of the iceberg, or as good as it gets. He doesn't seem to have a list of everything he wants to sell as yet.

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Posted on: 2011/6/23 15:16
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Re: Australia's "Biggest Hobbit Fan" celebrates his growing Tolkien collection
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Now now Trotter, you'd be showing off too if you had a first edition of the 2nd printing! Did that come after the second edition of the first printing?

My internet connection is crawling so I didn't look at any of the pictures properly. All I noted was the book count: 360. Think he might want to get a few more of those book things. Tolkien was an academic & a writer. Although, he may have made a few swords & the like; I don't recall...

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Posted on: 2011/6/23 11:20
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