Latest additions
Here you will find a list of all items added to the catalogue in the last 30 days. So make it a habit to see this list at least once a month and you will miss nothing!
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2015 The Battle of the Five Armies Calendar (19/11)

Danilo. Square calendar with 12 portraits.*

The Hobbit + Lord of the Rings boxed set (2014)

HarperCollins, 2014. 1st edition. Four paperback with movie covers in a slipcase.*

Tolkien: Artist and Illustrator 2 First Day Covers

On the envelopes the 10 stamps, cancelled in Oxford on the day of release -26 February 2004- with an unicorn stamps. On both enveloppes paintings by the British artist Anne Sudworth. Both are signed by Sudworth. Limited to 500 sets. This is number 18.*

Tolkien: Artist and Illustrator 2 First Day Covers Tolkien Society

On these two enveloppes are all 10 stamps, cancelled on the day of release -26 February 2004- with the logo of the Tolkien Society. On both enveloppes is the logo of the Tolkien Society printed. Limited to 500 sets.*

Masterpiece of Myth and Magic: Tree

1st day cover with one of the Tolkien: Artist and Illustrator stamps, cancelled on the day of release (26 February 2004). The envelope featured art by Scarlett Rickard. Limited to 5000 copies.*

Masterpiece of Myth and Magic: Crows Watch

1st day cover with one of the Tolkien: Artist and Illustrator stamps, cancelled on the day of release (26 February 2004). The envelope featured art by Scarlett Rickard. Limited to 5000 copies.*

Masterpiece of Myth and Magic: Edge of Forest

1st day cover with one of the Tolkien: Artist and Illustrator stamps, cancelled on the day of release (26 February 2004). The envelope featured art by Scarlett Rickard. Limited to 5000 copies.*

Masterpiece of Myth and Magic: Archer

1st day cover with one of the Tolkien: Artist and Illustrator stamps, cancelled on the day of release (26 February 2004). The envelope featured art by Scarlett Rickard. Limited to 5000 copies.*

Masterpiece of Myth and Magic: Woodland Stream

1st day cover with one of the Tolkien: Artist and Illustrator stamps, cancelled on the day of release (26 February 2004). The envelope featured art by Scarlett Rickard. Limited to 5000 copies.*

Masterpiece of Myth and Magic: Dark Forest

1st day cover with one of the Tolkien: Artist and Illustrator stamps, cancelled on the day of release (26 February 2004). The envelope featured art by Scarlett Rickard. Limited to 5000 copies.*

Magical Worlds: Gandalf

First day enveloppe with the five stamps of the Magical Worlds stamps, cancelled on the day of issue (21 July 1998). The picture is 'Gandalf' by John Howe. Numbered and limited.*

Magical Worlds: Sarehole Mill

First day cover with the 5 stamps of the Magical Worlds series, cancelled on the day of issue (21 July 1998). With a picture of Sarehole Mill, where Tolkien used to play as a boy. Numbered and limited to 125 copies.*

Magical Worlds: Tolkien

First day cover with the Tolkien stamp from the Magical Worlds series, cancelled on the day of release (21 July 1998). On the front a illustration by Simon Postgate, on the reverse info on Tolkien. Limited to 5000 copies.*

Symphony No.1 The Lord of the Rings 25 Years (11/11)

Amstel Music, 2014. 1st edition. Large size hardback (no dustjacket issued). Illustrated.

This 25th Anniversary Edition of Symphony No. 1 The Lord of the Rings contains the original manuscript score, articles, photos and a CD with the world premiere recording, performed by The Band of the Royal Belgian Guides, March 15, 1988.

Interview with Johan de Meij by Anthony Fiumara (fragment)

‘You are working on a 45-minute symphony for wind orchestra? Forget it, nobody is going to play that.’

Some 30 years ago, when Johan de Meij conceived the idea to write his first symphony, many people advised against it. The fact that it would be his Opus 1 also did not inspire much confidence. After 25 years, thousands of performances and dozens of recordings, we now know that those friendly warnings were totally off the mark. In one fell swoop, his Symphony No. 1, The Lord of the Rings, made de Meij's name world renowned as a top composer for wind orchestra, a rank he retains to this day with his later symphonies and other works.

In an interview with his colleague and good friend Anthony Fiumara, the composer looks back on one of the most successful musical works ever written. What gave Johan de Meij the idea to put Tolkien's epic novel to music? How did he proceed? Did he find his voice the moment he started to compose? And finally, what are his thoughts about his ‘first-born’ with the benefit of 25 years of hindsight?*

Bilbo magnetic bookmark (10/11)

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Fold-out sculpted bookmark with a magnet, so it clings to the bookpage.*

Gandalf magnetic bookmark

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Fold-out sculpted bookmark with a magnet, so it clings to the bookpage.*

Radagast magnetic bookmark

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Fold-out sculpted bookmark with a magnet, so it clings to the bookpage.*

Elrond magnetic bookmark

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Fold-out sculpted bookmark with a magnet, so it clings to the bookpage.*

Galadriel magnetic bookmark

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Fold-out sculpted bookmark with a magnet, so it clings to the bookpage.*

Thorin magnetic bookmark

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Fold-out sculpted bookmark with a magnet, so it clings to the bookpage.

Smaug's Treasure (Noble) 7/11

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
Noble, 2014. Set of 5 coins, exact replica's of the coins in Smaug's treasure in Erebor. These are Dwarven coins, made in zinc alloy, imitating the gold originals. In a display box.*

Staff of Thranduil. UC3014 (6/11)

Thranduil, king of the Elves of Mirkwood that was once Greenwood the Great, Lord of the Woodland Realm and father of Legolas Greenleaf™, sits upon his great throne of carved roots in his hidden palace.

Wearing a many-spined crown of rowan berries and clad in richly woven robes the cold Elvenking carries as his staff of office a tall rod of oak and amber, held together in a thorn-grip of steel fingers.

Father to Legolas Greenleaf, Thranduil is a powerful Elf-Lord and a legendary fighter. King of the Woodland Realm, he rules over the northern lands of the great forest known as Mirkwood. The staff of the Elvenking combines nature with Elven artistry. As a royal symbol of Thranduil’s rule and authority over the Woodland Realm, the twisted oak shaft is crowned with an amber handle surrounded by flowing metal vine and lattice work. This replica is crafted from polyresin and presented with a poly stone wall mount featuring a graphic motif of Thranduil, and includes a certificate of authenticity. 

Length: 66"/165 cm.*

Mace of Azog. UC3015

United Cutlery, 2014. Thought to have been destroyed in the great battle between Orcs and Dwarves, Azog the Defiler has come forth once more, and he will stop at nothing to hunt down and destroy every last member of the company of Thorin Oakenshield. Azog’s primary weapon is his war mace. A primitive but brutal weapon, the mace was constructed of wood, leather, cord, and rough forged steel. This replica is based on the prop and models used for the film. It is crafted in steel reinforced polyresin with precise attention to detailing. It is presented with a poly stone wall mount featuring a graphic motif of Azog´s tattoo scars.

The mace is 41 5/8"/105 cm long. With a certificate of authenticity.*

The Road Darkens Saga Expansion (31/10)

The Lord of the Rings Card Game
Fantasy Flight, 2014. Contains three new scenarios. The core set is required to play these cards. The box contains 165 cards.*

Ringwraith Collectors Edition. Weta 01363 (29/10)

 

Faceless beings of fear and dread, the nine Nazgûl, or Ringwraiths, were undead servants of the Dark Lord Sauron, enslaved by the Rings of Power they wore upon their spectral fingers. Once kings of Men, their identities have been lost, subsumed by their master’s inexorable will. When word of the One Ring’s return comes to Mordor, Sauron dispatches the Nine with orders to retrieve this most mighty of weapons and slay its bearer. Borne on dark horses and shrouded in black robes, the Ringwraiths scour the lands of the Shire, in search of a Hobbit by the name of Baggins …

Created by the same artists and craftspeople who work on the movies, the Ringwraith is the fifth character in the range of miniature figures from The Lord of the Rings.

Product size: 15 x 11,5 x 11,5 cm*

Hobbithole: 36 Bagshot Row

Scattered among the grassy hills of Hobbiton like a purse full of lost coins, the bright round doors of many dozen hobbit-holes shine in bright, summery hues, each home to a Hobbit or family of the little people.

As diverse as the rosy-cheeked Hobbits themselves, every smial, as hobbit-holes are known, reflects the unique personality of its inhabitant and nestles into the hillside amid a sea of lush greenery.

Turning right out of his front gate would lead Mister Bilbo BagginsTM past the entrance of number 36 Bagshot Row, the pretty, blue-doored home of one of Hobbiton’s most enthusiastic flower gardeners, with its front yard full of pots of colourful blooms.

Size: 2.4x4.7x2.2"/6x12x5.5 cm*

The Art of Film Magic: 20 Years of Weta (24/10)

HarperCollins, 2014. 1st edition. Two hardback (no dustjackets issued) in a slipcase.

This deluxe slipcased two-volume set is an insider’s tour of twenty years of movie-making magic at Weta Workshop and Weta Digital, the creative team behind such celebrated films as The Lord of the Rings, Avatar, The Avengers, King Kong and District 9.

Brimming with never-before-published content, including concept designs, sketches, behind-the-scenes photographs, and interview material from cast and crew members, it is a stunning look at how the sets, costumes, creatures and characters, weaponry, and visual effects are created for the world’s most iconic films.*

Return of the King lanyard (13/10)

Dark blue keychord with the logo of the third Lord of the Rings movie and symbols, like Elessar's crown.*

Patsy Llaleena, Kochen wie die Halblinge

Zauberfeder, 2014. 1st editon. Hardback (no dustjacket issued). Illustrated by Kay Elzner. A cookbook with recepies from the hobbits. In German.*

No Admittance keychain (9/10)

Weta, 2014. Metal and plastic keychain with the sign on Bilbo's gate. 2.5x1.5"/6.5x3.5 cm.*

No Admittance sign

17x8.5"/43x22 cm. Printed on heavy, 250 grams paper, mounted on 2 mm foam board.*

Elven leather cuff

his exquisite leather cuff or arm band will last you a lifetime. It was made in Wellington, New Zealand from supple vegetable tanned cowhide. This is a natural product with unique colour and texture variations.

The cuff features one snap lock cap and two sockets, to fit two wrist sizes: 7.5 in (190mm) and 8.3 in (210mm). These are sturdy chrome coloured fasteners.

These cuffs are very tactile, beautiful to look at and have that irresistible smell of real leather.

Created by the same talented artists and craftsmen who created leatherwork for the 3 Foot 7 art department on The Hobbit movies.

1.2x9.1"/3x23 cm.*

Smaug's Treasure Coin Pouch

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
Weta, 2014. Set of 5 coins, exact replica's of the coins in Smaug's treasure in Erebor. These are Dwarven coins, made in zinc alloy, imitating the gold originals. Includes the pouch.*

Gandalf's hat magnet. Weta

Plastic. 2.5"x1.4"/6.5x3.5 cm.*

White Tree of Gondor magnet. Weta

Plastic. 1.5"x2.1"/4x5.5 cm.*

Red dragon map magnet. Weta

Plastic. 2.8"x1.8"/7x4.5 cm.*