By Derek Lawrence
August 19, 2016 at 10:41 PM EDT

It’s the one collector’s set to rule them all.

For the first time ever, The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies will be available to purchase together. On Nov. 1, the Middle-Earth Six-Film Collection will be released, available in two different editions.

The Limited Collector’s Edition will feature 30 discs of content, including the extended versions of each film, which will be bound in faux leather books and on a Hobbit-esque wood shelf. Also featured in the limited edition, which will cost $799.99, will be 70 hours of extended scenes and bonus content from each of the six films.

Less diehard fans might be willing to settle for the more modest Theatrical Versions collection, which includes all the films in their original theatrical form and will be available for as low as $35.99.

In the video above, watch LOTR star Dominic Monaghan give a preview of all the goodies available in the one-of-a-kind collection.

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