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Re: Latest HarperCollins paperback editions
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Same ISBN but 13 digit now.
Mine is impression no.67.

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I have located paperback copies of The Silmarillion in the latest cover design - Taniquetil with the blue moon behind - in both A-Format and B-Format.

Has anybody seen the equivalent covers for The Hobbit, FR, TT & RK in A-Format?

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Re: Confused by movie tie-in editions
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The 18/9/2012 date is probably the date of the original release of the film edition with the Bag-End doorway cover rather than the date for the Smaug eye cover. Possibly due to the previous database record being only partially updated.

The databases that drive sites like Amazon are chock full of errors, for instance, a lot of the current HarperCollins paperback editions on Amazon claim to be in French!

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It's a big chunk, roughly A4 size and maybe an inch and a half ish thick.

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Personally I would say yes if you find a reasonably priced copy. It is a handsome volume.
It adds info to books published before 1996 and also includes full details of the 1997 Tolkien editions and also the deluxe editions.
I am a bit of an anorak for these things though!

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