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Thornton's has a set of calendars
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Just got this email notification - in case anyone is interested.

Tolkien Calendar 1999. Illustrated by Alan Lee. ISBN:
0-261-10352-0
Tolkien Calendar 2000. Illustrated by Ted Nasmith ISBN:
0-261-10384-9
Tolkien Calendar 2001. The Lord of the Rings. Illustrated by John
Howe ISBN: 0-261-10379-2
Tolkien Calendar 2002. Illustrated by Ted Nasmith ISBN:
0-00-711189-4 (no wrap)
Tolkien Calendar 2003, illustrated by Ted Nasmith 0-00-711190-8
includes poster
The Hobbit Calendar 2006 With Tolkien's own illustrations.
0-00-720813-8
the Lord of the Rings Calendar 2007 Illustrated by Alan
Lee.0-00-722563-6
Immaculate copies all in the original shrink wraps with the
exception of the 2002 calendar, all published by HarperCollins

The set £ 450

Thornton’s Bookshop
Founded in Oxford in 1835
The Old Barn – Walnut Court
Faringdon SN7 7JH
United Kingdom

Tel. 00 44 (0) 1367 240056
Fax: 00 44 (0) 1367 241544

www.thorntonsbooks.co.uk

member of the ABA since 1907
Also member of the B.A. and ILAB

Our books are listed on ABE, Antiqbook.com
And find-a-book.com

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Re: Thornton's has a set of calendars
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If anyone wants to pay 450 pounds, they can buy mine!!! I've got em all since the mid 80s still in shrink (or the card sleeves for the earlier ones).

Seriously, I think the price is a very high, given how much these generally sell for (maybe a tenner a pop).

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Certainly these are out of my price range! And I agree that assembling a collection piecemeal over eBay (or other sources) should put you back a lot less, but isn't that always the case when considering buying from higher end dealers?

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Urulókë wrote:
Certainly these are out of my price range! And I agree that assembling a collection piecemeal over eBay (or other sources) should put you back a lot less, but isn't that always the case when considering buying from higher end dealers?


Agreed. I just think the price on these just seems excessively daft, even by dealer standards!

Posted on: 2013/5/15 16:06






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