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Lot consisting of the works of J. R. R. Tolkien (John Ronald R. Tolkien, 1892-1973), which are detailed below, in 8 books plus one as a gift.

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Lot consisting of the works of J. R. R. Tolkien (John Ronald R. Tolkien, 1892-1973), which are detailed below, in 8 books plus one as a gift, all of them with texts in Spanish.

The indicated price is for the complete lot and individual copies are not sold.

The Silmarillion (Christopher Tolkien edition). ISBN: 9788435004282. 1 book
First edition in Spanish, March 1984. Ediciones Minotauro.
Bound in hardcover with illustrated dust jacket. Format 12.7 x 20.8 cm. 496 pages plus a fold-out map of Beleriand and the Northlands. Translation by Rubén Masera and Luis Domenech.
The book is in very good condition, the paper is toasted by the passage of time and it retains an Ex Libris and 2 round stamps from its first owner.

The Hobbit. ISBN: 9788435070379. 1 book
First edition 1982 Fifth reprint in Spanish, December 1984. Ediciones Minotauro.
Bound in hardcover with illustrated dust jacket. Format 12.5 x 20.8 cm. 320 pages. Translation by Manuel Figueroa.
The book is in very good condition, the paper is somewhat browned by the passage of time, it retains an Ex Libris and 3 round stamps of its first owner, and on the outside of the dust jacket, on the spine, it has a trace of an indicative sticky paper.

The Lord of the rings. ISBN: 9788422616337. 1 book
Complete work in the first edition in Spanish of the Círculo de Lectores, 1986.
Bound in hardcover with illustrated dust jacket. Format 13.8 x 21.2 cm. 1,104 pages. Translation by Luis Domenech and Matilde Horne.
The book is in perfect condition, it conserves an Ex Libris and 3 round stamps of its first owner, and on the outside of the dust jacket, on the spine, there is a trace of an indicative adhesive paper.

The Lord of the rings. Appendices. ISBN: 9788445070703. 1 book
First edition 1987 Second reprint in Spanish, June 1988. Ediciones Minotauro.
Bound in hardcover with illustrated dust jacket. Format 12.2 x 20.7 cm. 176 pages. Translation by Rubén Masera.
The book is in perfect condition, the dust jacket has a slightly discolored spine due to the effect of ambient light.

Egidio, Ham’s farmer. Niggle Leaf. The blacksmith of Wooton Mayor. ISBN: 9788435003469. 1 book
First edition 1981 Third reprint in Spanish, February 1983. Ediciones Minotauro.
Bound in hardcover with illustrated dust jacket. Format 12.5 x 21 cm. 148 pages. Translation by Julio César Santoyo and José Miguel Santamaría.
The book is in perfect condition, the dust jacket has the spine discolored due to the effect of ambient light, and it retains an Ex Libris and 2 round stamps from its first owner.

Unfinished tales of Númenor and Middle-earth, 4 parts in 3 volumes. ISBN: 9788445071090. 3 books
Introduction, commentary, index and maps by Christopher Tolkien.
I: The First Age
II: The Second Age
III: The Third Age
IV: The Druedain, the Istari and the Palantiri
First edition in Spanish 1988 (Volume I) and 1989 (Volumes II and III). Minotaur Editions.
Bound in hardcover with illustrated dust jacket. Format 12.3 x 20.8 cm. 288, 184 and 264 pages plus a fold-out map. Translation by Rubén Masera.
The books are in perfect condition, the dust jackets have a slightly discolored spine due to the effect of ambient light.
“Unfinished Tales” is a collection of stories that brings together in 4 parts different episodes from the history of Númenor and Middle-earth, from the beginning of the Ancient Days to the end of the War of the Ring. The two stories in the first volume tell of the appearance of the god Ulmo before Tuor on the shores of Belariand and the tragic and surprising story of Túrin. The second volume comprises a description of the island of Númenor; the exposition of the lineage of Elros, kings of Númenor, and the stories of Aldarion and Erendis and of Galadriel and Celeborn. The third volume comprises an account of the Gladden Fields disaster, the story of Cirion and Eorl, the quest for Erebor, and various texts on the quest for the Ring, including the journey of the Black Riders as told by Gandalf to Frodo. The book closes with three chapters on the Drúedain, the Istari and the Palantiri.

Homage to Tolkien. ISBN: 9788441302761. 1 gift book
Timun Mas edition of 1996.
Illustrated hardcover binding. Format 12.8 x 21 cm. 232 pages containing 9 fantastic stories by as many authors selected by Martin H. Greenberg. Authors: Stephen R. Donaldson, Terry Pratchett, Robert Silverberg, Elizabeth Ann Scarborough, Poul and Karen Anderson, John Brunner, Patricia A. McKillip, Harry Turtledove, Andre Norton. Introduction by Jane Yolen. Spanish translation by Jaume de Marcos, Mila López and Elvira Saiz.
The book is in perfect condition.

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