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!


The Road Goes Ever On t-shirt (28/9)

Brown t-shirt of 100% cotton with on the front the first two lines of Tolkien's poem, and Bilbo and Gandalf.*

2017 Tolkien Calendar (22/9)

HarperCollins. Black and white and colour illustrations by Tolkien self. With an introduction by Alan Lee.*

Leaf and Niggle. HarC, 2016

1st edition. Paperback. Cover by Iain Craig. Afterword by Tom Shippey.*

2017 Art of Jenny Dolfen Calendar (20/9)

Spiral bound, oversized calendar with 12 colour plates by this German artist. Some are Star Wars, but most are Tolkien illustrations.*

Notebook with light-up One Ring

Bound notebook with on the cover the One Ring, which lights up when the button is pressed. Each page has the map of Middle-earth on it.*

Tolkien Notecard set

Bodleian Library, 2013. Set of 6 double cards with envelopes, each featuring work by Tolkien.*

Beasts of Tolkien (6/9)

A Coloring Book

Cassell, 2016. 1st edition. Paperback. Coloring book with monsters from Middle-earth.*

Gerrit Jan Zwier, Tollkien als reisgenoot

Elikser, 2016. 1st edition. Hardback (no dustjacket issued). Limited to just 100 copies. Signed by the author. A travel book with much references to Tolkien; the titles can be translated als "Tolkien as a travel companion". In Dutch.*

Lembas t-shirt (31/8)

Brown t-shirt of 100% cotton with on the front an advertisement for elvish waybread by the Lothlórie Bakery.*

Moria Miners Guild t-shirt

Grey t-shirt of 100% cotton with on the front the logo of the Dwarvish guild.*

Herr Salig (Swedish Mr Bliss) 19/8

Awe/Gebers, 1983. 1st edition. Hardback (no dustjacket issued). On the right Tolkien's handwritten text and illustrations, on the left page the Swedish translation. Antiquarian: fine condition (cover slightly faded).*

Bard the Bowman. Sideshow/Asmus 1/6 scale (13/8)


2015. 14"/36 cm. Bard the Bowman, from Lake-town, was a skilled archer. He used the precious Black Arrow to slay Smaug the Dragon and later became the King of Dale.

Sideshow Collectibles and Asmus Collectible Toys are pleased to present the Bard Sixth Scale Figure from The Hobbit Trilogy. The movie-accurate figure features a fully realized likeness of Luke Evans, a detailed costume, and Bard's bow and arrows with one Black Arrow.*

Tauriel. Sideshow/Asmus. 1/6 scale


Mirkwood, once a beautiful woodland in Middle-Earth, has become a sick and dark place due to the Dark Lord Sauron. A talented warrior, Tauriel, is the leader of the Mirkwood border guard.

Sideshow Collectibles and Asmus Collectible Toys are pleased to present the Tauriel Sixth Scale Figure! The movie-accurate figure features a detailed likenss of Evangeline Lilly as Tauriel, the wood elf, in The Hobbit films. Standing approximately 28 cm tall with specially tailored clothing and various weaponry, fans should not miss the opportunity to order this "Daughter of the Forest". *

The Prancing Pony Porter

Blue t-shirt of 100% cotton with on the front advertising for The Prancing Pony's own beer.*

Entmoot Maple Mead t-shirt

Brown t-shirt of 100% cotton with on the front an advertisement for Entish mead.*

Great Goblin Grog t-shirt

Black t-shirt of 100% cotton with on the front an advertisment for Great Goblin Grog.*

Gollum Static Arts mini-figure (4/8)

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey captivated the hearts of fans across the globe. Gollum, the strange yet lovable creature, makes his first appearance as a Static Arts Mini!
While paying close attention to bring out Gollum`s unique personality, the vivid colors of the paintwork is characteristic of the StaticArts Mini style, and the skin and hair are very realistic.
With a skinny body and a doe-eyed expression, this Gollum statuette is `spooky-cute` - a `preciousss` addition to any collector's line up!

The figure stands approx. 5"/13 cm tall and comes in a classic open blister packaging.*

Mark T. Hooker, Iter Tolkienensis (2/8)

A Tolkiennymical Road Trip from Buckland (Worcestershire) to The Ivy Bush (Carmarthen, Wales)

Llyfrawr, 2016. 1st edition. Paperback. Illustrated. Signed by the author.

"a look at the meanings and stories of the place names that the route passes along the way, place names that might be translated or corruptions of those on the map of Middle-earth".*

The Brdige of Khazad-dûm t-shirt (22/7)

Black t-shirt of 100% cotton with on the front Gandalf faces the balrog.*

Marc Gunn, Hobbit Drinking Songs Songbook (7/7)

Lyrics and Lead Sheet Music from Don't Go Drinking With Hobbits

2012. 1st edition. Spiral bound. Contains the hobbit songs written by Marc Gunn and Rie Sheridan Rose.*

Rolf Witzsche, The Lord of the Rings' Metaphors

Vancouver, 2003. 1st edition. Oversized paperback. The author J.R.R. Tolkien of the mythical tale, The Lord of the Rings, did not only explore history, but experienced it in World War I, World War II, and the Cold War. From this background he was able to put into his tales, wrapped in metaphor, a number of critical choices of the kind on which the survival of civilization depends that we still seem to ignore in our world. He wrote a tale in which the present was determined by the imperatives of the future. But also wrote a script for shaping that future and the future obeyed! Tolkien was also an accomplished linguist. Many names in the tale represent profound principles, as well as tragic follies and fascist processes that 'empty' a society of its humanity. The research book presented here explores the dimension that stands behind the numerous metaphors in the tale.*

Greg Slingerland, A Teacher's Guide to The Hobbit

Ontario, 2013. 1st edition. Paperback. Cover by the brothers Hildebrandt. A Teacher's Guide to The Hobbit is designed for grades 7-12, but gravitates more towards the intermediate level/middle grade. If followed closely, A Teacher’s Guide to The Hobbit will take approximately 12 weeks to go through. The guide works well for class novel studies or for homeschooling. Included in this guide are pre-reading activities, chapter by chapter activities, assessments, and assignments that tie the whole book together.*

Siwiat Tolkiena catalogue (6/7)

Wystawa, 2004. 1st ediiton. Stapled wrapper. Catalogue in colour of the Tolkien art exhibition in Poland. Each artist is represented with one work and a short bio (in Pollish). Includes people like John Howe, Alan Leen, Anke Eissmann, Ralph Bakshi, Roger Galand; in total 41. A real marker of everyone in Tolkien art.*

Tom Carlton, Back There Again...

The Runic Nights. A Runic Knights Adventure

Drunk'n Dwarf Comix, 2010. 1st edition. Stapled wrappers. Comic on the hobbit Alexxca, searching for her lost brother Gorrdo.*

Azog, Commander of Legions 1/6 sale (5/7)

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Weta, 2016. 17"/44 cm high. Limited to 1000 numbered copies.*

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. 1963


At the Clarendon Press. Oxford, 1963. 9th printing. Hardback. Green linnen cover with gold lettering on the spine. Includes the illustration. Tolkien's and E.V. Gordon's text edition of this Middle English poem. Antiquarian: the book is in very good condition (some tape-residue on front en end flyleaf), the dusjtacket is good (browned, some small pieces op paper missing at the edges).*

The Treachery of Rhudaur Adventure Pack (30/6)

The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game

FFG. Contains 60 fixed cards for the Angmar Awakened expansion. The core set and The Lost Realm deluxe expansion are required to play.*

The Dread Realm Adventure Pack

The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game

FFG. A set of 60 fixed cards for the Angmar Awakens expansion. The core set and The Lost Realm deluxe expansion are required to play.*

Flight of the Stormcaller Adventure Pack

The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game

FFG. A set of 60 fixed cards for the Dream-chaserexpansion. The core set and The Grey Havens deluxe expansion are required to play.*

Return of the Ring Proceedings (28/6)

Proceedings of the Tolkien Society Conference 2012

Edinburgh, 2016. 1st edition. Set of two paperbacks, containing the text of 35 lectures given at the conference in Birmingham.*

Tolkien and the Netherlands

2016. 1st edition. Stapled wrappers. Contains two articles: Renée Vink "Tolkien and (the) Dutch" and René van Rossenberg "Tolkiens Exceptional Visit to Holland".*

Air New Zealand promo Hobbit pen set (27/6)

This was a promotional gift box from Air New Zealand. On the lid the Hobbit filmlogo, the logo of Air New Zealand  and the text "write your own Middle-earth adventure". With a quill pen with metal nib, a glass bottle with black ink. On the bottom of the box the map of Middle-earth. A rare and special item.*

Ingvar Svensson, Tolkien Midgard

en uppslagsbok

SFFS, 1977. 1st edition. Paperback. Illustrated in b&w by Sven Gripsborn. An alphabetic referencework to Middle-earth. In Swedish. Antiquarian: new.*

Ian Collier (ed.), Journeys & Destinations

Proceedings of the 22nd Tolkien Society Seminar

Woverhampton, 2015. 1st edition. Stapled wrappers. Contains the text of five lectures given at the seminar.*

Return of the Ring Tolkien Exhibition Catalogue

2012. 1st edition. Oblong paperback. Features work in colour from all the artist exhibiting at the Loughborough exhibition in August 2012, plus a bio of each artist: Tor Fauskanger, Sue Wooley, Jenny Dolfen, Ruth Lacon, Octo Kwan, Jay Johnstone, Anke Eissmann, Luthien Dulk, Laura Taylor, Cahterine Chmiel-Gulgulska, Ted Nasmith, Cor Blok.*

Tolkien: A Secret Vice (13/6)

Tolkien on Invented Languages

HarperCollins, 2016. 1st edition. Hardback. Edited by Dimitra Fimi and Andrew Higgins.

J.R.R. Tolkien’s linguistic invention was a fundamental part of his artistic output, to the extent that later on in life he attributed the existence of his mythology to the desire to give his languages a home and peoples to speak them. As Tolkien puts it in ‘A Secret Vice’, ‘the making of language and mythology are related functions’’.

In the 1930s, Tolkien composed and delivered two lectures, in which he explored these two key elements of his sub-creative methodology. The second of these, the seminal Andrew Lang Lecture for 1938–9, ‘On Fairy-Stories’, which he delivered at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, is well known. But many years before, in 1931, Tolkien gave a talk to a literary society entitled ‘A Hobby for the Home’, where he unveiled for the first time to a listening public the art that he had both himself encountered and been involved with since his earliest childhood: ‘the construction of imaginary languages in full or outline for amusement’.

This talk would be edited by Christopher Tolkien for inclusion as ‘A Secret Vice’ in The Monsters and the Critics and Other Essays and serves as the principal exposition of Tolkien’s art of inventing languages. This new critical edition, which includes previously unpublished notes and drafts by Tolkien connected with the essay, including his ‘Essay on Phonetic Symbolism’, goes some way towards re-opening the debate on the importance of linguistic invention in Tolkien’s mythology and the role of imaginary languages in fantasy literature.*

Dominic Sandbrook, The Great British Dream Factory

The Strange History of Our National Imagination

Allen Lane, 2015. 1st edition. Hardback.

Britain's empire has gone. Our manufacturing base is a shadow of its former self; the Royal Navy has been reduced to a skeleton. In military, diplomatic and economic terms, we no longer matter as we once did. And yet there is still one area in which we can legitimately claim superpower status: our popular culture.

It is extraordinary to think that one British writer, J. K. Rowling, has sold more than 400 million books; that Doctor Who is watched in almost every developed country in the world; that James Bond has been the central character in the longest-running film series in history; that The Lord of the Rings is the second best-selling novel ever written (behind only A Tale of Two Cities); that the Beatles are still the best-selling musical group of all time; and that only Shakespeare and the Bible have sold more books than Agatha Christie. To put it simply, no country on earth, relative to its size, has contributed more to the modern imagination.

This is a book about the success and the meaning of Britain's modern popular culture, from Bond and the Beatles to heavy metal and Coronation Street, from the Angry Young Men to Harry Potter, from Damien Hirst toThe X Factor.*

E.L. Risden, Tolkien's Intellectual Landscape (29/6)

McFarland, 2015. 1st ediiton. Paperback. Cover by Ted Nasmith. The work of J.R.R. Tolkien has had a profound effect on contemporary fiction and film making, yet criticism often places him at the margins of twentieth- and twenty-first century thought and experience. He actually sits near the centre of the last century's intellectual landscape: his fiction created a new market for the “fantasy trilogy,” his academic work represents what philology can still accomplish in academe and beyond, and his Catholic faith retains great meaning for millions of persons worldwide.*

The Lord of the Rings. George Allen & Unwin, 1966

Revised, Second Edition

Three hardbacks with grey dustjackets with a Tolkien design. these are the first printing of the rrevised, second edition. Antiquarian: very good condition (a bit of flaking of the paint on the dustjackets, some fraying at the edges of the dustjackets.)*

Ian Brody, Middle-earth Landscapes

Locations in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit Film Trilogies

HarperCollins, 2016. 1st edition. Hardback (no dustjacket issued).

Sumptuous hardback gift edition combining the best of the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings Location Guides, plus brand new photography unique to this book.

In the epic film trilogies created by Peter Jackson, New Zealand has become Middle-earth. From the majestic peaks of the Southern Alps to the rolling hills and Volcanic Plateau of the North Island, the world of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit was stunningly re-created on an epic scale.

Photographer Ian Brodie has captured these locations in all their beauty and splendour. Featuring the most breathtaking photographs from his bestselling The Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook and The Hobbit Motion Picture Trilogy Location Guidebook, plus all-new imagery and contributions by Peter Jackson, Richard Taylor, Andy Serkis and Alan Lee, this is a magnificent record of a historic era in film-making, and a peerless collection of landscape and location photography by a master of his craft.

Featuring contributions from Peter Jackson and other members of the films’ cast and crew, as well as fascinating background to the film-making process, this is the ultimate tribute to the land and its locations.*