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Re: Hobbit edition
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Thank you, that is very helpful.

Posted on: 6/21 6:10:28


Hobbit edition
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I thought I'd seen every english language version of The Hobbit, but I am unfamiliar with this unwin paperback version. The copyrigh page indicates a 1987 publication date. Anyone familiar with this edition? Thanks.

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Re: Collection of Lord of the rings items
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I think ebay is probably your best option for selling the items you describe. Most of the discussion here revolves around Tolkien's written works, and not so much movie related items.

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Re: Canadian 1st LOTR
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Methuen published an authorized Canadian paperback edition as well. The copyright page indicates they were first published in 1971.

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Re: Canadian/Australian Printings
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I can't speak to the harper Collins editions, but can say that in Canada (in the west at least) you often find Houghton Mifflin and Unwin Allen editions of the same titles. The Silmarillion for example is probably more common in the UA format than the HM; and the same can be said for earlier editions of the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.

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