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The Ruins of Osgiliath

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'''The Ruins of Osgiliath: The Complete Tales of the First City of Gondor''' is a collection of stories compiled from texts of [[J.R.R. Tolkien]], edited by [[Alex Lewis]] and illustrated by [[Ruth Lacon]]. The book was first issued in a series of 3 booklets for members of the [[Tolkien Society]] in 1990. Like ''[[The Tale of Gondolin]]'', the project was not backed by the [[Tolkien Estate]].
 
'''The Ruins of Osgiliath: The Complete Tales of the First City of Gondor''' is a collection of stories compiled from texts of [[J.R.R. Tolkien]], edited by [[Alex Lewis]] and illustrated by [[Ruth Lacon]]. The book was first issued in a series of 3 booklets for members of the [[Tolkien Society]] in 1990. Like ''[[The Tale of Gondolin]]'', the project was not backed by the [[Tolkien Estate]].
  
The book was released in [[2005]]<ref>"A note from Ruth Lacon" in ADC Art & Books: catalogue 2009/10, p.30. However, according to [[Pieter Collier]] of Tolkienlibrary.com, the first printing of the book was made in 1995 (see [http://www.tolkienlibrary.com/dmiller/000261.htm external link]).</ref> and was limited to 100 copies worldwide.
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The book was released in [[2005]]<ref>"A note from Ruth Lacon" in ADC Art & Books: catalogue 2009/10, p.30. However, according to [[Pieter Collier]] of Tolkienlibrary.com, the first printing of the book was made in 1995 (see [http://www.tolkienlibrary.com/dmiller/000261.htm this external link]).</ref> and was limited to 100 copies worldwide.
  
 
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The Ruins of Osgiliath: The Complete Tales of the First City of Gondor
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AuthorAlex Lewis
Publisherprivately printed and bound in Great Britian
Released2005
FormatHardcover

The Ruins of Osgiliath: The Complete Tales of the First City of Gondor is a collection of stories compiled from texts of J.R.R. Tolkien, edited by Alex Lewis and illustrated by Ruth Lacon. The book was first issued in a series of 3 booklets for members of the Tolkien Society in 1990. Like The Tale of Gondolin, the project was not backed by the Tolkien Estate.

The book was released in 2005[1] and was limited to 100 copies worldwide.

External links

References

  1. "A note from Ruth Lacon" in ADC Art & Books: catalogue 2009/10, p.30. However, according to Pieter Collier of Tolkienlibrary.com, the first printing of the book was made in 1995 (see this external link).