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Tolkien Family was a sucess in Brazil Empire (XIX century)
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Dear Friends,
The Tolkien family was a sucess in south america. Attached a piece of a journal, about Hilary Piano.
You can read more informations here: http://tolkienbrasil.com/artigos/colu ... n-e-o-imperio-brasileiro/

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Re: Tolkien Library: Help!
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Some years ago, I was trying to do the same and collected a huge list here in my archives. I will try to contact you.

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Posted on: 1/9 9:44:42


Re: Collecting and sales
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This is a phenomenon that seems to be happening all over the world. I collect books in Spanish (Argentina, Uruguay) and Portuguese (Brazil, Portugal). In Argentina and Brazil, antique bookstores seem to be out of touch with prices and increased simply because of the movies.

It's strange that during the heyday of hobbit movies, prices remained reasonable. And last year and this year the books seem to be being bought and I hardly find old books.

Eduardo O. F.
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Re: Interesting eBay Auctions
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I think this is interesting. Ends tomorrow: eBay Item #321856127140

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Re: Tolkien Signed Book
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I believe it's infrequent use of blue ink on Tolkien signatures. I put a signature with blue ink the same period (letter to Robertsen April 28, 1972) in comparison. And you realize a series of differences. The size of the initial letters. The size of the "O". The top line of the "T".

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