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Letter to Jane T. Sibley

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* '''Authenticity:''' High
* '''Publication:''' A photocopy reproduction of the letter was featured on the back of ''[[Vinyar Tengwar]]'' [[Vinyar Tengwar 6|6]] ([[July]] [[1989]]), and commentaries and a transcription (by Jane T. Sibley) was given on pages 7-8.
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* '''Publication:''' A photocopy reproduction of the letter was featured on the back of ''[[Vinyar Tengwar]]'' [[Vinyar Tengwar 6|6]] ([[July]] [[1989]]), and commentaries and a transcription (by Jane T. Sibley) were given on pages 7-8.
  
 
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Revision as of 05:15, 30 May 2011

Jane T. Sibley 30 May 1964 is a letter from J.R.R. Tolkien to a reader, miss Jane T. Sibley of Haddam, Connecticut written on May 30th, 1964. It informs the reader than the runes in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings are not the same set. Typed on Tolkien's own, preprinted paper (selfadressed to 76 Sandfield Road. Signed and accompanied by a handwritten note suggesting further reading. Copyright by the Tolkien Trust.

  • Authenticity: High
  • Publication: A photocopy reproduction of the letter was featured on the back of Vinyar Tengwar 6 (July 1989), and commentaries and a transcription (by Jane T. Sibley) were given on pages 7-8.