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Re: Books for sale
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I loved Night of the Nazgul when I was nipper!

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Re: New Book Releases
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Tapuvae (Chris) wrote:
Sounds liked they are describing something like this

eBay Item #201638320320


I hope not. That is actually not a bad edition (and was good value at the £4 they sold them off at), but a Chinese printed, ultra-white-papered edition like that is a long way from being a facsimile (even if it had the original text).

I guess we will wait and see, might be OK!

Posted on: 8/22 22:37:46


Re: New Book Releases
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Hopefully they do a decent job of it, especially given how many years late it is!

Posted on: 8/20 15:38:01


Re: New Book Releases
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Urulöké wrote:
I haven't seen any images (that aren't just recycled first edition pictures - someone assuming the facsimile will look identical I guess?).

Edit: Looks like Amazon.co.uk has an image (who knows if it is real though):



Hopefully that isn't real, as it would represent a hack job of scanning and cleaning...

Posted on: 8/20 14:06:10


Re: Bookseller stickers
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It should have been noted in the description, and I do not believe for a minute that you are the first buyer he has encountered in 30 years that thought the omission in the description was odd.

I don't like the sellers response one bit -- It is designed to make you feel uncomfortable complaining.

Posted on: 8/11 23:38:35



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