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"Pride" Hobbithole door key chain

The Hobbit hole door key chain is in yellow bronze. The door pendant measures approximately 34.8 mm (1 3/8") top to bottom including bail, 28.7 mm (1 1/8") wide and 3.3 mm (just over 1/8") thick. The pendant weighs approximately 12.5 grams and is filled with a rich enamel in the rainbow colours. Includes a nickel plate key ring.*

Carl F. Hostetter (ed.), The Nature of Middle-earth (3/9)

HarperCollins, 2021. 1st edition. Hardback. Cover by Ted Nasmith. First ever publication of J.R.R. Tolkien’s final writings on Middle-earth, covering a wide range of subjects and perfect for those who have read and enjoyed The Silmarillion, The Lord of the Rings, Unfinished Tales, and The History of Middle-earth, and want to learn more about Tolkien’s magnificent world. It is well known that J.R.R. Tolkien published The Hobbit in 1937 and The Lord of the Rings in 1954–5. What may be less known is that he continued to write about Middle-earth in the decades that followed, right up until the years before his death in 1973. For him, Middle-earth was part of an entire world to be explored, and the writings in The Nature of Middle-earth reveal the journeys that he took as he sought to better understand his unique creation. From sweeping themes as complex and profound as the metaphysics of Elvish immortality and reincarnation, and the Powers of the Valar, to the more earth-bound subjects of the lands and beasts of Númenor, the geography of the Rivers and Beacon-hills of Gondor, and even who had beards! This new collection, which has been edited by Carl F Hostetter, one of the world’s leading Tolkien experts, is a veritable treasure-trove offering readers a chance to peer over Professor Tolkien’s shoulder at the very moment of discovery: and on every page, Middle-earth is once again brought to extraordinary life.* *

Carl F. Hostetter (ed.), The Nature of Middle-earth

HarperCollins, 2021. 1st editon. Deluxe edition in slipcase. This elegant slipcased edition presents for collectors the first ever publication of J.R.R. Tolkien’s final writings on Middle-earth, covering a wide range of subjects. Stamped in gold foil, and printed on heavyweight acid-free paper, it includes a ribbon marker and is housed in a custom-built matching slipcase. It is well known that J.R.R. Tolkien published The Hobbit in 1937 and The Lord of the Rings in 1954–5. What may be less known is that he continued to write about Middle-earth in the decades that followed, right up until the years before his death in 1973. For him, Middle-earth was part of an entire world to be explored, and the writings in The Nature of Middle-earth reveal the journeys that he took as he sought to better understand his unique creation. From sweeping themes as complex and profound as the metaphysics of Elvish immortality and reincarnation, and the Powers of the Valar, to the more earth-bound subjects of the lands and beasts of Númenor, the geography of the Rivers and Beacon-hills of Gondor, and even who had beards! This new collection, which has been edited by Carl F Hostetter, one of the world’s leading Tolkien experts, is a veritable treasure-trove offering readers a chance to peer over Professor Tolkien’s shoulder at the very moment of discovery: and on every page, Middle-earth is once again brought to extraordinary life. *

Nancy Bunting, The Gallant Edith Bratt (27/8)

JRR Tolkien's Inspiration
Walking Tree No. 46, 2021. 1st edtion. Paperback. Illustrated. Who was Edith Bratt? Millions saw Hollywood's fantasy version of J.R.R. Tolkien's one and only love, Edith Bratt, in the 2019 movie, Tolkien. Fact, though, is stranger than fiction, and more interesting. Edith's story reveals a gallant heroine suffering under "The Shadow of the Past." Edith was Ronald's "lover," and much like her mother, Edith risked all for the man she loved. New research finds a financially independent and strong woman who was not only John Ronald's equal, but his muse, his anchor of stability in the present, and his hope for the future. Admirers, enthusiasts, and students of Tolkien will find much new material to enrich their understanding and appreciation of Tolkien. Placing the development of John Ronald Tolkien's Elvish languages, mythology, and art during the crucial years of 1916-18 in a new biographical context that includes the importance and significance of Edith Bratt culminates in the pivotal story of Lúthien and Beren with new unsuspected sources and the complementary artwork of The Fair Towns of Holy Tol Eressëa. A fresh awareness of the compelling and pervasive influence and effect of Tolkien's biography on his oeuvre suggests new views and possibilities for further investigations.*

Red Book of Westmarch set: Gollum and Frodo (26/8)

The Lord of the Rings
This exclusive two-pack of Lord of the Rings action figures lets the cat out of the bag, showing Frodo in his completely invisible mode, wearing the one Ring of Sauron. Standing right next to him is Gollum, who looks pretty angry about someone stealing his "precious." Each 4-inch/10 cm action figure features multiple points of articulation, as well as detailed sculpting and paint applications. Limited to only 4,000 pieces, the pair comes packaged in replica of Bilbo's book and includes a scale replica of Gollum's handmade boat. Designed by Eamon O'Donoghue, sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.*

Deform Real Treebeard

Treebeard is one of the oldest creatures in Middle-earth and he and he was determined to keep out of the wars of man. But the hobbits Merry and Pippin befriended the giant tree-like Ent and convinced him to lead the Ents to attack Saruman's citadel, Orthanc. This Defo Real figure of Treebeard is posed striding through the forest, determined to save his beloved trees from the Orcs, with Marry and Pippin riding along in his branches. This figure is made of polyresin and stands 6"/15 cm tall. He ships protected in a closed art box.*

The Lord of the Rings Monopoly

Hasbro, 2021. In the Monopoly Board Game: The Lord of the Rings Edition players imagine being in Middle-earth as one of the Fellowship. Buy properties to protect the lands from the evil armies of Mordor, and earn money by charging rent and by controlling the Ring of Power. It's a fun thing to do while staying at home and makes a great gift for kids ages 8 and up.Includes gameboard, 9 Fellowship Character tokens, 1 Ring of Power, 1 cardboard Ring tracker, 28 Title Deed cards, 32 Quest cards, 32 plastic outposts, 12 plastic fortresses, 90 cardboard coins (50 silver coins, 40 gold coins), 2 dice, and game guide. - Ages 8 and up - For 2 to 6 players*

John Howe, Myth and Magic Poster Collection

HarperCollins, 2001
Printed folder containing 8 unfolded posters, printed on heavy stock: Celtic Myth, a Hobbit house, Rhino Pantser, Gollum escapes from the Elves of Mirkwood, Moria, Thee Argonaths, Ship of Destiny, A Song of Arbonne. 12x18"/29x45 cm. Still sealed.*

Map of Middle-earth puzzle (20/8)

Jigsaw puzzle of 1000 pieces with gold-foil accents. 28x20"/70x50 cm.*

The Pranching Pony 3D tankard

The Lord of the Rings
Dive into the atmosphere of the Prancing Pony and enjoy your drink as if you were there thanks to this Lord of the Rings 3D tankard! - Size: 450ml. - Not suitable with microwave and dishwasher. - Material: dolomit. - Mug with embossed design. - in a gift box*

The Lord of the Rings wallet

- Several storage locations for a maximum convenience. Convenient to place your cards, your tickets and have your money safe. - Packaging with a hook, easy to put on shelves. - Material: vinyl - Dimensions: approximately 4x4.2"/9,5 cm x 11 cm closed, L 9"/22 cm opened *

the One Ring enamel pin

- Pin in high quality metal - Packaging with blister card. - Dimensions: 1.2x1.1"/ H. 3cm x L. 2.6cm*

An Unexpected Journey notebook

The Hobbit
Don't be affraid to go on your adventures with your Bilbo Baggins-inspired notebook! Just like Frodo's uncle, you can write your very own story in your premium notebook... On the cover Bilbo's monogram, on the reverse Gandalf's mark, and on the spine "An Unexpected Journey". Each page has lines and a drawing of Sting. In the front a colour picture of Bilbo, in the back the map of Middle-earth.
- Hard texture cover, textured finish with silver foil.
- Case binding and ribbon bookmark
- Material: paper
- 180 pages, 90 gr, each page printed in 4C ; Inside printing high quality. Pattern on each page
- Dimensions: H. 21.7cm x 15.5cm

M.S. Monsch, Switzerland in Tolkien's Middle-earth (18/8)

In the footsteps of his adventurous summer journey in 1911

Zurich, 2021. 1st edition. Paperback. Illustrated in colour and b&w.*

In 1911, at the age of nineteen, J. R. R. Tolkien embarked on an adventurous journey through the Swiss Alps; with a heavy pack, he hiked over many high passes. More than fifty years later, he mentioned in a letter to his son Michael that this trip had deeply affected him. Bilbo's journey in The Hobbit from Rivendell to the other side of the Misty Mountains, he said, was based on his own adventures in 1911.

Tolkien himself named a few specific sources of inspiration, most explicitly the Silberhorn (Silverhorn). So I wondered: Was this perhaps only the tip of the iceberg? Following in Tolkien's footsteps, I myself set out into the spectacular mountain world with its stories, myths, and legends, in search of his sources of inspiration; and little by little, a vivid and mysterious world revealed itself to me: a world that helped shape Middle-earth.

More than 100 color images accompany the author's research and discovery journey, along with 11 hiking and 3 road trip suggestions that allow readers to recreate Tolkien's experience with all its impressions themselves in the Swiss mountains.

"This book is above all else an invitation to step into Tolkien's hiking shoes, shoulder his pack, and step back a century into a world which is as far from today as Middle-earth is from our world; a guidebook of impressions, a walking tour of the nature of imagination and the imagination of nature." - John Howe

Niue 2021: Aragorn silver coin (17/8)

Brave leader, Aragorn, dominates this 1oz silver coin. On one side it shows a coloured image of warrior Aragorn with sword in hand against an engraved background. On the opposite side, the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II confirms the legal tender status of this dramatic collectible coin. A precious reminder of the extraordinary THE LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy, each coin has a unique Certificate of Authenticity, guaranteeing the purity of the silver and the limited mintage of 3,000 coins. The certificate also includes the coin’s unique serial number. The coin arrives in a display-ready, quality coin case, which is placed inside a themed box showing the full-colour version of the coin image on the base. As one of the main protagonists of the trilogy, this coin for Aragorn is bound to popular! Specifications Mintage: 3000 Material: Fine Silver (99.9%) Finish: Proof Weight: 1 oz Diameter: 40mm COA: Yes Country: Niue Face Value: $2.00

Scenic Mordor t-shirt (12/8)

Black t-shirt of 100% cotton with on the front Gollum, Gandalf, Mount Doom and Barad-dûr, with two nazgûl on fell beast above.*

Andúril scabbard. United Cutlery 1396 (10/8)

United Cutlery, 2021. 44 5/8"/110 cm long leather scabbard for king Elessar's sword (sold seperately). With metal collar and fittings.*

Andúril, the sword of king Elessar. United Cutlery 1380


United Cutlery, 2021. This is the reforced Narsil, which in the movie Elrond gives to Aragorn. With an etched inscription on both sides of the blade. Stainless steel with 24K gold accents. 53"/132 cm. With a decorated, wooden wallmount.*

Guthwine, the sword of Éomer. UC3383

The Lord of the Rings replica sword

Éomer was a captain of the king’s cavalry, Marshal of the Mark, and one of Rohan’s mightiest warriors. He skillfully wielded his royal sword, Gúthwinë, and used it to slay many Orcs and Uruks of Isengard that dared trespass into Rohan. He bravely fought alongside King Theoden against the forces of Mordor at the battle of Helm’s Deep and on the Pelennor Fields. In the final stand against the dark lord Sauron, Éomer fought alongside Aragorn with the armies of Rohan and Gondor at the Gates of Mordor.

This authentically detailed replica is a reproduction of the actual filming prop built by Weta Workshop and used in The Lord Of The Rings films presented by New Line Cinema. This 34”/85 cm long sword was made using only the finest grade materials and craftsmanship available. It features brass-finished, cast metal hilt parts, a genuine leather-wrapped grip, and a 27”/68 cm stainless steel blade with engraved fuller grooves. With a wooden plaque to hang the sword on the wall.*

John D. Rateliff (ed.), A Wilderness of Dragons (4/8)

Essays in Honor of Verlyn Flieger
Gabbro Head, 2018. 1st edition. Paperback. Essays on Tolkien and on one of his formost critics, Verlyn Flieger. Contributions by Marjorie Burns, Andrew Higgins, Thomas Honegger, Richard C. West and others.*

John D. Rateliff (ed.), A Wilderness of Dragons

Essays in Honor of Verlyn Flieger
Gabbro Head, 2018. 1st edition. Hardback. Essays on Tolkien and on one of his formost critics, Verlyn Flieger. Contributions by Marjorie Burns, Andrew Higgins, Thomas Honegger, Richard C. West and others.*