The Lord of the Rings (50th Anniversary edition)

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The Lord of the Rings (50th Anniversary edition)50th anniversary edition with cover designs based on Tolkien’s own originals.

Title: The Lord of the Rings
Author: JRR Tolkien
Published by: Harper Collins
Year of Publication : 2005
Edition: this edition based on the first reset edition (2002) which is a revised version of the reset edition first published in 1994. 2nd impressions.
Hardbacks with unclipped dustjackets

The text of this edition was produced in collaboration with Christopher Tolkien and was fully corrected and revised for the fiftieth anniversary of the first publication.

The Lord of the Rings (50th Anniversary edition)


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3 Responses to “The Lord of the Rings (50th Anniversary edition)”

  1. Patrik Pfister says:

    Hi, this looks like a beautiful edition to me, with the original cover designs. Are the Appendices included in the third book? Also, is the paper quality ok?

    Thanks for your beautiful and informative site,


  2. Bébille says:

    Hi there!
    I am delighted. It has been a while since I look for exactly this plublishing and I have never found these books in stock.
    Have you already sold them? Otherwise, what are the references of these three books?
    If you also have the exact URL (I live in France, then an address of store would be more tricky), I’m interested.

  3. Mike says:

    I’m sorry, but I LOVE these editions and I wouldn’t part with them. There’s something so pleasing about having JRRT’s own designs on the covers. Also, these sit so nicely with the other books from around that time, like The Readers Companion

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