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17 Nov, 2020
2020-11-17 2:06:39 PM UTC
Blackwells doesn't have the images up yet, but has created a link to pre-order.

https://blackwells.co.uk/bookshop/prod ... 433956?a_aid=tolkienguide

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Silmarillion
J. R. R. Tolkien (author) , Ted Nasmith (illustrator) , Christopher Tolkien (editor)
9780008433956
(hardback)
$115.43
Availability: Usually dispatched within 7 days
17 Nov, 2020
2020-11-17 2:30:51 PM UTC
Okay the colour and selection of illustrations are both simply breathtaking! ?
17 Nov, 2020
2020-11-17 2:45:55 PM UTC
Now that we have images for both the standard and the deluxe, might it be worth taking this into its own thread?
17 Nov, 2020
2020-11-17 2:58:37 PM UTC
I strive to have an intentional, "functional" collection where no books are duplicates. If this series expands to the Great Tales, I might have to convert. That just looks way too cool!
17 Nov, 2020
2020-11-17 3:14:27 PM UTC

Caudimordax wrote:

I strive to have an intentional, "functional" collection where no books are duplicates. If this series expands to the Great Tales, I might have to convert. That just looks way too cool!

I started out there, but collecting is just too much fun! For me its fun to hunt down different editions.
17 Nov, 2020
2020-11-17 3:15:03 PM UTC
For the new Silmarillion with the Ted Nasmith art, coming out next March, I have been trying to find it online in the US with no luck - Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc.
Does anyone know if it’s even going to be available in the US? Any help appreciated...really want to get the deluxe version!
17 Nov, 2020
2020-11-17 3:44:58 PM UTC
You can get it the same way as every other HarperCollins Tolkien book since the '90s
17 Nov, 2020 (edited)
2020-11-17 3:47:37 PM UTC

adam wrote:

For the new Silmarillion with the Ted Nasmith art, coming out next March, I have been trying to find it online in the US with no luck - Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc.
Does anyone know if it’s even going to be available in the US? Any help appreciated...really want to get the deluxe version!

Patience is key, these images dropped today. The Unfinished Tales equivalent isn't particularly hard to get in the US!

Edit: For the sake of being a little more helpful and welcoming, I will say I've seen reasonably priced UT Deluxes on eBay. Many UK sellers on Amazon will ship to the US as well. There may be more official channels I don't know about, but generally I'd recommend not to fret; with persistence and patience, you'll definitely be able to get a copy! Saying this as a fellow American envious of all the UK releases

Mithrandir - Sigh. Frodo gave into the Ring, I probably will, too.
17 Nov, 2020
2020-11-17 4:37:56 PM UTC

insurrbution wrote:

You can get it the same way as every other HarperCollins Tolkien book since the '90s

That is not very helpful. Leave it to others if you have no actual advice to offer. Some people get agitated when new items are coming up for sale as they don't want to miss out so they need sound advice.
17 Nov, 2020
2020-11-17 4:53:25 PM UTC
This is nothing new, so I don't know why this comes up every time there's a new HarperCollins Tolkien book.
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