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PostSubject: Re: The Red Book   The Red Book EmptyTue Apr 05, 2016 6:48 pm

Privately published, i would be interested to find out
the publication date, i think its circa 2006, but would
like to know for sure!. cannot believe i have had it
only 10 years i seem to have known it much longer..
i would advise anybody serious in the AZW to grab it,
there was never a second edition to my knowledge,
even so that price has surprised me a bit. xhosa

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PostSubject: Re: The Red Book   The Red Book EmptyWed Apr 06, 2016 1:00 am

Steve thanks for posting link!
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PostSubject: Re: The Red Book   The Red Book EmptyWed Apr 06, 2016 9:01 pm

I remember snapping one of these up for less than £40, just too good an opportunity to turn down. Mine is numbered 146.
Just had a quick look and there is no publication date in the book. But found this on the net.

Privately Published, Pinetown Natal, 2000

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PostSubject: Re: The Red Book   The Red Book EmptyWed Apr 06, 2016 11:01 pm

Yes definitely one to have, i paid about £50.00 for
mine and was made up to get it,good low number
Richie, thanks for sharing the Pub details..xhosa
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PostSubject: The Red Book   The Red Book EmptyThu Apr 07, 2016 12:23 am

Hi Richie & Xhosa
I'm looking for one but dot want to pay a very high price , I have a chap in Sth Africa looking for me , hopefully he has one himself , or can source one for me for when I get there on the 27th April ! Very Happy Very Happy
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