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In The Netherlands Het Spectrum was the first to publish pocketbooks. This is a very special edition in the Prisma pocketbooks series: No. 1.500 and the first printing of three of Tolkien’s fairy tales, the Dutch translation of Leaf by Niggle, Smith of Wootton-Major and Farmer Giles of Ham.
Weight 129 grams.
Dutch translation of “Smith of Wootton Major”. Hardback, no dust jacket issued, 53 pages. Illustrated in black and white by Walt de Rijk.
Weight 157 grams.
Dutch translation of “Farmer Giles of Ham”. Hardback, no dust jacket issued, 85 pages. Illustrated in black and white by Walt de Rijk.
Weight 272 grams.
Mr Bliss in Dutch. On the left pages you will find the Dutch translation. On the right pages the original text by Tolkien. And his drawings, of course.
Always wanted to learn Dutch? Maybe this is the moment?
Hardback with dust jacket.
Weight 556 grams.
Dutch translation of three fairy tales by Tolkien: Tree and Leafe, Smith of Wootton Major and Farmer Giles of Ham.
Pocketbook, 152 pages.
Weight 135 grams.
Hardback with dust jacket, 24,5 x 19,5 cm, right pages: text by Tolkien, left pages: Dutch translation), illustrated by Tolkien.
First print thus, 2007, MYNX, ISBN 978 90 225 4917 9.
Weight 559 grams.
Dutch translation of The Adventures of Tom Bombadil, illustrated by Tolkien’s favorite illustrator: Pauline Baynes.
Uitgeverij Bert Bakker Den Haag, 1975, ISBN 90 6019 316 4, paperback, 64 pages, 14,4 x 21,2 x 0,5 cm, weight 105 grams.