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Posted on: 2014/11/16 19:28


Re: 1992 HarperCollins Illustrated LOTR Boxed Set
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Khamûl wrote:
I might have missed something obvious here, Stu --is the copy in that thread ("alternate variant of the set") different from normal?

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The HarperCollins logo on the spine of the slipcase has the word "Encore" below it, instead of "Harper Collins". The Tolkien Library Store also have a set in a beaten-up slipcase like this (for $750 [yikes] -- and may be have been the same copy?) so it does not appear to be unique.

Edit: It also looks like the thumbholes on the slipcase are smaller on the "Encore" version. I have a set that is currently in the post, which may or may not be the "Encore" one (as I haven't seen the spine), but the thumbholes are definitely smaller than shown in the picture on tolkienbooks.net

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Re: Interesting eBay Auctions
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Posted on: 2014/11/16 2:15


1992 HarperCollins Illustrated LOTR Boxed Set
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I noticed in the thread below (which shows an alternate variant of the set), that there is a claim that there are only 100 copies of the illustrated '92 boxed set. Does that claim hold any water -- it seems implausibly low, considering they do come up for sale now and then?

http://www.tolkienguide.com/modules/n ... ost_id=8258#forumpost8258

Posted on: 2014/11/15 13:39


Re: 10 signed items for sale at Bloomsbury Auctions
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It is as well that Findegil (and others) have done such an extensive job of documenting Tolkien, or I fear this kind of "previously undiscovered" material would be popping up far more often. Hopefully there aren't too many slipping through the net (although there must be some).

Posted on: 2014/11/8 13:21



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