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Tolkien's Icelandic Au-pair
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A brief, but interesting article on Tolkien's Au-pair.

http://www.guidetoiceland.is/talk-to- ... air?ModPagespeed=noscript

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Re: Tolkienbooks.net
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Like you I have some of the early paperback editions (unwin allen, ballantine, methuen, ace), but tend to focus on american and uk hardcovers. I imagine anyone being a completest would have to add an addition to their house to store all the different hardcover and softcover versions that have been produced.

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Re: The Hobbit HmCo 1966 pirated edition?
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I see the Hobbit edition in question listed at 300 euros. Just wondering how this was arrived at? I have a pirated Silmarillion similar to the one displayed by Khamul (though with a DJ). I have always wondered what it is worth as I didn't think these pirated volumes were of much value.

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Re: First Editions, First Impressions The Hobbit
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Is that the person who was on an episode of Pawn Stars UK? It was interesting to see all those editions in one place. I think the value the book expert on the show gave the collection was around 40K pounds.

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Re: The Hobbit - Collector's Edition Value Question
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Abebooks has a number of copies listed across a range of prices.

http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/Searc ... &tn=the+hobbit&x=105&y=10

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