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Re: The Wonders of...
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The 7-volume auctions were all definitely different sets Trotter; look at the the shrinkwrap coverings --all have different holes & stretches on them.

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Re: The Wonders of...
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How eBay works...

2nd July: £11.75
eBay Item #321440440530

20th July: £50
eBay Item #181468846095

28th July: £150
eBay Item #251596622420

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Posted on: 7/28 12:11:03
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Re: Tolkienbooks.net
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Not sure. I probably first tried about 6:30-7 o'clock.

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Posted on: 7/26 12:10:58
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Re: Tolkienbooks.net
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Down. I haven't been able to open it at all this evening...

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Posted on: 7/26 12:01:23
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Re: Possible unpublished Tolkien letter
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Interesting; thanks for posting Trotter.

I'm always curious as to what permissions are sought or given for publishing such things. I think it's been mentioned here before, in regard to the publishing of extracts only & also for auction houses to show letter(s) content simply by the fact that they've photographed them; the content of Tolkien's letters, regardless of who owns them, resides, from a copyright perspective, with the Tolkien Estate; does it not? Would permission have been sought here? Or is the content too redacted &/or insignificant? Just curious...

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