Lord of the Rings: Collector's Ed
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Uncorrected errata from Hammond and Scull’s Addenda and Corrigenda to the 50th Anniversary Edition of The Lord of the Rings (2004‒5): Fifth impression, undated (all three volumes). Textual emendations suggest impression date 2005 or later: see Notes, below. The Return of the King: 452 pp. (i–xvi prefatory; 743–1178 text, see Errata, below) plus 15 colour plates (see Maps & Illustrations, below).
Available in 4K for the very first time, the arrival of the two Middle-earth trilogies in the UHD format will fill the gaps in the movie libraries of legions of film fans who still hanker after the physical medium for their collections. Available in both standard and, from selected retailers, Steelbook sets, both trilogies will feature the theatrical and extended versions of the six films in 4K resolution with High Dynamic Range ( HDR) in the form of Dolby Vision which uses dynamic metadata to automatically optimise the picture for every scene, frame by frame, expanding the colour palette and contrast range.p. 1150: Index entry for ‘Desolation of the Morannon’: Missing citations for pp. 619, 631, 648, 887.
Condition: Very Good. Very Good condition. Shows only minor signs of wear, and very minimal markings inside (if any).The Fellowship of the Ring: 426 pp. (i–xiv prefatory; 1–408 text; 4 pp. addenda) plus 19 colour plates (see Maps & Illustrations, below).