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Re: Tolkien Signatures on eBay???
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Thanks for the info, Findegil and Trotter

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Re: Alpingloin auctions
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Gosh, I'm sorry to hear you have to sell some of your collection. I certainly wouldn't want to part with a 1st ed. Two Towers. I shall probably pop in a bid, but I'm not hopeful. Things like this are out of my league.

Good luck with your sales.


Posted on: 2010/4/5 1:16


Re: Folio Society Hobbit on eBay
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I'd have guessed buckram. Shows what I know. But it's not paper; Hammond says 'bound in black cloth over boards'.
(Bibliography; p.51)

Posted on: 2010/3/31 13:44


Re: Tolkien Signatures on eBay???
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This book was listed for sale for years by an Oxfordshire bookshop. The owner asked me who SRT might be; he thought it might have been S.R.T.O. (Simonne) d'Ardenne, but I replied I wasn't so sure. (I'm pretty sure the signature isn't Tolkien's, either. Since when did he sign his name with only one 'R'?)

As it happens, a glance at the Scull-Hammond Chronology shows that Tolkien didn't become d'Ardenne's supervisor until 1932. So, it ain't her!

Posted on: 2010/3/31 10:25


Re: Antiques Roadshow from Hopetown in Scotland
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Well of course the good folk at Puffin were quite in the right (or so they thought!) After all; they corrected Tolkien's spelling after consulting the Oxford English Dictionary.

Now, can anyone tell us what was Tolkien's reply to that? (don't all rush at once).


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