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Maybe give the unregistered posting option a go and see how much spam there is. Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

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Good idea. I approve!

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Re: "Signed" Silmarillion on eBay
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Trotter - the other signature is Ted Nasmith.

It is a shame about tolkien.co.uk. I guess that now the 'Tolkien boom' has passed Tolkien books aren't the money spinner they were. With a little effort it could be a great site. Maybe somebody should volunteer!

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Personally I think this one may well be genuine. It is different from the 1998 Silmarillion, but that signature is totally different from the ones used by Christopher in the 70s, 80s and early 90s.

It is a little less ornate than the examples I have linked to, but I think it maybe an autograph rather than a presentation signature if you know what I mean.

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I have published a new article on The First Deluxe Edition of LotR at TolkienBooks.net. This takes up the story of the slipcases where the Boxed Edition ended. Allen and Unwin were aiming to produce a high quality edition, but naturally things didn't go entirely to plan. The article includes some great images of the Pauline Baynes slipcase artwork, and an illustration by PB that very few of you will have seen before!

A new article summarizing print run sizes and dates for LotR 1954-66 is in preparation and will hopefully be published before Christmas.

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