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Super Deluxe values
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Where would you place the value of the Super Deluxe "Children of Hurin" and "Sigurd and Gudrun" editions? To put it another way - what price do you think would achieve a quick sale?

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Posted on: 2010/8/16 10:45


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In early 2009, long after the rush, one eBayer sold CoH (#35) & S&G (#41), both super deluxe signed, together (in one auction) for £705. Since you can clearly pick up both for about £245 if you're canny, £500 Buy-It-Now would sell (--you would think?); depending on how much of a loss your willing to make. (If it's £'s you're after, there's a couple of other books you could part with! )

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Where would you place the value of the Super Deluxe "Children of Hurin" and "Sigurd and Gudrun" editions?


I don't think we have any ideas on sales for the Super Deluxe "Sigurd and Gudrun", but I think they are not selling well. I think they will be remaindered at a very low price, probably less than £100 before very long.

Posted on: 2010/8/16 11:34


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In my opinion, the CoH is worth £250 if sealed, and the S&G perhaps £180 tops. That's as a non-clued up newbie who buys based on what he thinks the books are worth to him!

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Re: Super Deluxe values
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Admittedly you might have a bit of trouble shifting the S&G deluxe.

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