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Re: The Legend of Sigurd and Gudrún (Super Deluxe Edition 2009)
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I'm inclined to think this too Stu --but there have been some surprising prices lately (& quite consistently too) on old eBay. People have been paying, what I feel, are quite high prices for fairly non-scarce titles. I note Silmarillion prices, obviously --& standard 1977 editions seem to be trading a little higher than you'd expect. Don't know... I suppose the bottom might really fall out of some parts of the book market.

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Posted on: 2012/1/15 13:53
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Re: The Wonders of eBay
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How about with the price!

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Posted on: 2012/1/13 12:11
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Re: Unfinished Tales Hardcover from 2000
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Amazing! We start talking about it here --& one turns up...

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Posted on: 2012/1/12 14:55
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Re: The Wonders of eBay
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We should probably set up a tolkeinguide.com site & highlight everything in this thread as genuine good buys!

BH

Posted on: 2012/1/12 10:22
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Re: The Wonders of eBay
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Scarey! Check this out:-

Solid Coffee Table (TOLKEIN connection? - read on)

"I was told by the shop that I ordered this from that the timber that this table is made from comes from TOLKEINS library.

Apparently the furniture maker bought the timber that came out of the library when it was stripped out.

I have no way of proving this, so make of it what you will! The shop would have no reason to randomly make this up though and has made an interesting talking point!
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Interesting indeed. You know, I was introduced to someone, many years ago, who's grandfather had been to the same school as a boy, who's sister had read a book by Tolkien; or maybe about Tolkien; or maybe it was Jules Verne. I can't actually remember. Either way, this story has something to do with Tolkien, therefore it is very important.

BH





Posted on: 2012/1/12 8:18
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