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Re: Tolkien & Baynes
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There is a good colour reproduction of one of the signed maps on the back cover of Profiles in History Autoraph Catalog 39

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Re: PENCIL&INK DRAWING OF CASTLE SIGNED J R R TOLKIEN
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FAKE!!!

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Re: Tom Bombadil
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I have put some pages together now, but I am still a little unsure about the post-1994 editions.

www.tolkienbooks.net/html/1974-1976_24.htm

Booksellers descriptions are proving to be most unreliable!

Posted on: 2006/8/13 4:27


Re: 1st Issue of Unfinished Tales
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The ebay copy appears to have blue on the upper cover, so I'm inclined to think that the spine is just faded.

When I compiled the page at tolkienbooks.net I was careful to be uncommital about which variants would be the earliest. I think that the clipping of the text on page 234 may well be down to something becoming misaligned during the printing process then being corrected again - so it may not be as simple as 1st state/2nd state. You would need to find a proof or advance reading copy to be sure what the true first state is. Has anybody ever seen one for UT?

The jacket is even more contentious. I am not at all convinced that this is a real variant. I think that it is quite possible that it may be just a result of the fading of the blue ink - even on the front flap.

Posted on: 2006/8/13 4:08


Tom Bombadil [Les Aventures de Tom Bombadil]
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Does anybody have a copy of Les Aventures de Tom Bombadil? This is the French translation of The Adventures of Tom Bombadil. It reproduces a couple of manuscript pages written by Tolkien giving variant versions of a couple of Elvish verses and an extract from the Council of Elrond.

I am trying to add details of miscellaneous writings and manuscripts by Tolkien to my bibliography and am having a little trouble getting the details of the various editions of this book straight.

Any help would be appreciated.

Deagol

Posted on: 2006/8/8 16:09

Edited by Khamul on 2011/10/1 13:58:39



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