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Re: Bookshops in the UK
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She didn't last year, I understood because of health problems. Don't now if she will be able to attend upcoming Oxonmoot!

Posted on: 2007/4/12 6:19


Re: Collector Profiles Wanted
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Very nice new profile! One of the great things about those profiles is that people can always learn something new from each other... Now again: I didn't now that Tolkien was also translated into Farsi, or Silesian! I guess that The Silmarillion isn't published in those languages, otherwise my "wanted"-list is a bit bigger now (I collect The Silmarillion in foreign languages)...
And I'm almost sure that Marathi is a hoax.

By the way, his living room looks like that of Henk Brassien...

Posted on: 2007/4/11 10:59


Re: Bookshops in the UK
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Dior: I have been to my first Oxonmoot last year. Some people do visit some bookshops in town indeed. I am going again next september, so maybe we can do a bookshop-tour with a few collectors. Would be fun!

Posted on: 2007/4/11 10:42


Re: TOLKIEN CALENDAR COLLECTING
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I love that moustache...looks like a hint to Tevildo!

Posted on: 2007/4/11 10:02


Re: Bookshops in the UK
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Blackwell's is ofcourse a must if you are in Oxford. In London you have Peter Harrington Antiquarian Bookseller...

http://www.peter-harrington-books.com/

I will also be attending Oxonmoot.

Posted on: 2007/2/27 5:10



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