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Re: Current Super Deluxe titles from HarperCollins
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remy: you're probably right --still a super low price if they send it though.

Stu: book buying days over, indeed! Why did you quit your job? I've not the faintest idea what you do for a living, but I hope you have another job lined up --& you're able to restart your book buying. Nothing wrong with suspending book buying though; I haven't been buying much at all of late. Amazing how much money you save!

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Posted on: 2011/9/18 6:59
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Re: Current Super Deluxe titles from HarperCollins
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Slightly off topic, but I was discussing with another member how cheaply you could get hold of a Super Deluxe CoH --I know everyone here probably have the number of copies they want, but has anyone noticed the dealer (evo_gb) selling new copies (with the more than 10 copies available statement) for £205.36, with free postage? This is the cheapest price, I think, available (has anyone seen cheaper, newer copies?) --makes you wonder at the margin, & what kind of deal they struck with HarperCollins (--possibly striking deals for some of the last copies?)

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Posted on: 2011/9/17 12:58
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Re: Need help identifying an edition of the Hobbit
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Name dropper! Of course if this Wayne chap would bring out a 2nd edition...

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Posted on: 2011/9/16 15:36
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Re: Need help identifying an edition of the Hobbit
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Who!? Where!? --garm is Mr Pollard talking about you?

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Posted on: 2011/9/16 14:21
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Re: Need help identifying an edition of the Hobbit
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It was already in my watch list before you posted!

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Posted on: 2011/9/16 13:26
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