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Re: Lucky finds
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I am sure most of us starting out collecting books but I bet we all have some other collectible item- whether it be a letter, artwork or maybe even Tolkiens typewriter

Personally I have no problem with that and if you have a desire to own Tolkiens old fireplace then so be it. I havent got a problem with the seller 'having a go' at selling at what most would deem a ridiculous price and in the current market good luck to him if someone is daft enough to pay that sort of amount.

What I do question is the way which it is done. Looking at it from the sidewalk he is selling something worth (alledgedly) £50k plus. He then posts details of an offer in open view even quoting a name albeit a forename only! I agree with Khamul why would he do this? It isnt good business practice in anyones book.

Add to this he then posts on this site an item he is in fact selling! This isnt just a Lucky find it is in fact advertising for him isnt it?

Then once done he doesnt answer the responses ? In this I am not doubting the items came from where they are alledged to do so - but wouldnt you want to respond and answer your critics? Maybe we need to give him time but i have a feeling no reply will be received.

Posted on: 2012/12/16 14:45


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Sorry but what a load of rubbish!
I bet this seller never reappears on this forum. I am tempted to put an offer in at £49,000 and watch what happens ! Anyone like to bet against him accepting ! I think not.
As to Bruce - sounds like Bruce Wayne to me ! ooo wasnt he fictional
Feel better now

Posted on: 2012/12/16 10:35


Re: The Wonders of eBay
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I'm not keen on rebindings normally either but i thought this one looked a bit different and interesting. This being said i agree for a 59 reprint and the price its a no no

Posted on: 2012/12/13 4:34


Re: Interesting eBay Auctions
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Sorry I know we said we were going to try and not list items under here as K trying to find a present (for himself) but couldnt resist this one. Shame i have no fire!
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Tolkien-/33 ... ction&hash=item4d07d2b1a5


Posted on: 2012/12/12 11:15


Re: LOTR AND Hobbit prices....
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Agree with JLong
This book at current price to make a set of firsts is not OTT when you consider how much such a set even in poor shape would go for (guess £1000 at least)
Only the beginning i suspect

Posted on: 2012/12/4 11:05



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