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Re: Signed 1968 UK Paperback LOTR
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mmmmmmm
a cunning plan indeed
I also understand signed copies went to sellers who placed the top 10 largest pre publication orders - anyone ever heard of this?

Posted on: 2011/6/22 23:01


Re: Signed 1968 UK Paperback LOTR
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Deagol

Did you ever find that letter by chance ? :

'I seem to remember seeing a letter sold with one of these signed books a few years ago. It was from Allen & Unwin to a bookseller and said something along of the lines of: If you order a certain number of copies you will get a signed one for free.
I will try to dig it out. '

Thanks

Posted on: 2011/6/22 7:26


Re: Signed, First-Edition ‘Hobbit’ on ‘Antiques Roadshow’
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Hi Beren
Was after your help
Have PM'd you
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Posted on: 2011/6/22 4:50


Re: books and a variety of items
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Hello Little
Welcome to the site.
There are a number of ways to sell your items but from your description and without any further info, I would suggest ebay is indeed your best option. You will reach millions of people and cheaply including of course Tolkien collectors.
I guess it would take you time on any site to list etc and once you get into flow it shouldnt take too long to place on ebay or what about placing them on as a job lot? There seems to be more of this recently especially and with respect for more common editions.
Hope helps , good luck with sale

Posted on: 2011/6/18 23:06


Re: FR 1992 Hb (Alan Lee)
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Hi
Well done
You did ok I think at £80 for full set as they are not often for sale
I am still looking for a return of king to make up my set if you now have a spare ?

I have just returned from an extended stay in Greece
Was walking by a used book store and couldnt believe my eyes ! In amongst all the foreign titles was a very old looking Hobbit with DJ.
Rubber burned off my soles - only the find in was a very scruffy later copy in disguise-!!!!!!!!!!!!

O well - keep searching

Posted on: 2011/6/14 8:32



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