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Re: Removing sticky-backed plastic lamination
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Good job. So this was a rewarding aquisition!
I'd be happy to own such a great copy of the book. You won't sell it?

Posted on: 10/18 2:04:24
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Re: Interesting eBay Auctions
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Thanks Stu, after years of chasing for this book, I finally made it!

Posted on: 10/13 4:15:12
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Re: Thinking of selling Silmarillion. red leather bound edition (limited 1000 )
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SD Sil came today. Condition is pretty good. The spine no toning, seems like it was stored in a cellar, not in a shelf compared to the smell. But anyway, looks very good on my shelf.

Posted on: 7/22 23:29:49
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Re: Thinking of selling Silmarillion. red leather bound edition (limited 1000 )
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I've been collecting Tolkien books for over 15 years now. I've started with German editions, which I completed a couple of years ago (all in fine condition or even sealed) and went over to the original editions. Normally I focus on very good to fine condition, but in this case I made an exception. And let's face it. This book shows up for a reasonable price only every few years. So you can either wait for the next, or the one after, or you can buy this one and be proud of another gem in your collection.

Posted on: 7/22 2:37:04


Re: Thinking of selling Silmarillion. red leather bound edition (limited 1000 )
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Yes, I can confirm, that Martin sold it privatly. Price was negotiated and was acceptable. GBP is cheap these days

Posted on: 7/20 6:22:00
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