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A Tolkien Boardgame Collecting Site [Link]
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For those interested in the subset of Tolkienalia:

www.freewebs.com/tolkienboardgamecollecting/index.htm

Who knew!?

Posted on: 2006/6/6 20:36

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Re: TOLKIEN CALENDAR COLLECTING
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Thanks, Beren.

Posted on: 2006/6/6 20:29


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I would like to know more about are the early paperback/slipcase editions (Ballantine? others?) that are out there. The first editions are ridiculously expensive. But these are still very reasonalby priced, interesting to own, and one can still find them in excellent condition (even the slipcases if you're lucky!) Any compilations/sources of info on these? Thanks!

Posted on: 2006/6/4 17:37


Re: A Tolkien Calendar site
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Hi Jeremy -

Thanks for the thread about my site (Compleat Gyde...) I am only interested in "real" Tolkien calendars - for the most part, those with artwork and illustrations - and not the multitude of movie-related calendars (with stills from same). Even so, I have been able to catalog over 190 and am on the trail of a few more.

Re the "movie calendars", I did find a website with a good catalog of same and noted it on my website. I have not visited it recently, so I do not know if it is current.

And I know a little about the Wizard Tower CD. Jim Emerson, the website and CD creator, found my calendar website and contacted me to ask permission to use the photos and information. I have no financial interest in it, and did not want anything in return for my support of his creation. So Jim sent five of the CDs to me as a thank-you. If you visit his site, you will read that the first CD includes an interview with a "premiere calendar collector". I wonder whom that would be?

Jim is working on the second in that series which will cover the first editions . . . which would seem a VERY ambitious undertaking given the number of editions and publishers, etc etc etc

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Posted on: 2006/6/4 17:30


TOLKIEN CALENDAR COLLECTING
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Hello to all of the "old timers" that find their way to this site. And welcome to all newbies. Am pleased that these boards are back up again as the old ones were where I first (1) discovered that such forums exist, (2) found about about the many Tolkien calendar "out there", and (3) met Fangorn (to my very great benefit).

If you are interested in this subset of Tolkienalia, please visit my website at:

www.angelfire.com/tn3/tolkiencalendars

There you will find 190+ Tolkien calendars and what I hope are some interesting facts and functions (including a calendar-of-the-month). As always, would be very pleased to hear from anyone about the calendars or who knows of one that is not catalogued there.

Best wishes to Deagol on this site!!

Away from the Green Hill Country,

Parmastahir

Posted on: 2006/6/4 17:16

Edited by Parmastahir on 2006/6/6 20:28:53
Edited by Parmastahir on 2006/8/4 20:00:47



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