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    Up for your offers please:

    U.K. American Gods. Signed in fine shape.
    Anansi Boys. Numbered ARC
    Coraline ARC
    Coraline the graphic novel ARC
    Don't Panic. Original UK first edition with the blank page 42. Not in the greatest shape.
    Fragile Things numbered ARC
    Good Omens ARC signed by Gaiman. Good condition.
    M is for Magic ARC
    Norse Mythology ARC
    Ocean at the End of the Lane. 1st HC signed
    Ocean at the End of the Lane ARC
    Trigger Warning ARC
    View from the Cheap Seats ARC
    Mirrormask s/l subterranean press
    Duran Duran TP only in Good condition.

    Pictures can be sent of any the books.
    All of these are still available. And my wife just lost her job this morning. So anybody needs any of the above books please make an offer.
    Sorry to hear about your wife. Hang in there, and best of luck with the books.

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    Thanks!

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    Must sell. I’ve reduced this as far as I will go.

    Neil Gaiman complete Hill House set
    Here’s the old listing on eBay. https://www.ebay.com/i/222641221218
    I’m asking for an even $1000 here. Please feel free to pm me with any questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Booknutt View Post
    Must sell. I’ve reduced this as far as I will go.

    Neil Gaiman complete Hill House set
    Here’s the old listing on eBay. https://www.ebay.com/i/222641221218
    I’m asking for an even $1000 here. Please feel free to pm me with any questions.
    Jeez, what a deal! Sorry you had to let go so "cheap". I simply cannot understand how these books haven't skyrocketed like some other (lesser) books out there. These are some of the most gorgeous books ever produced- by one of "our" finest authors. They should run at least $1K each, to my mind. (There's a few of these head-scratchers for me out there: The Charnel House edition of Garton's THE NEW NEIGHBOR is another. That absolutely gorgeous book is still easily had for cover price ($150)- or less- all these years later. Even as Charnel House continues to cement itself as one of the most important genre small presses ever. Go figure).

    Anyway, best of luck with everything.

    Ron

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    It is odd to see what does and does not go way up in value. I just purchased a hill house Ray Bradbury signed/#d on eBay for $40. I think that book was $200 new. I don't care really what it winds up being worth. I now own something signed by one of my childhood idols.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Booknutt View Post
    Up for your offers please:

    U.K. American Gods. Signed in fine shape.
    Anansi Boys. Numbered ARC
    Coraline ARC
    Coraline the graphic novel ARC
    Don't Panic. Original UK first edition with the blank page 42. Not in the greatest shape.
    Fragile Things numbered ARC
    Good Omens ARC signed by Gaiman. Good condition.
    M is for Magic ARC
    Norse Mythology ARC
    Ocean at the End of the Lane. 1st HC signed
    Ocean at the End of the Lane ARC
    Trigger Warning ARC
    View from the Cheap Seats ARC
    Mirrormask s/l subterranean press
    Duran Duran TP only in Good condition.

    Pictures can be sent of any the books.
    I am interested in the Good Omens ARC. I dont believe I can PM yet. What are you asking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by presidio View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Booknutt View Post
    Up for your offers please:

    U.K. American Gods. Signed in fine shape.
    Anansi Boys. Numbered ARC
    Coraline ARC
    Coraline the graphic novel ARC
    Don't Panic. Original UK first edition with the blank page 42. Not in the greatest shape.
    Fragile Things numbered ARC
    Good Omens ARC signed by Gaiman. Good condition.
    M is for Magic ARC
    Norse Mythology ARC
    Ocean at the End of the Lane. 1st HC signed
    Ocean at the End of the Lane ARC
    Trigger Warning ARC
    View from the Cheap Seats ARC
    Mirrormask s/l subterranean press
    Duran Duran TP only in Good condition.

    Pictures can be sent of any the books.
    I am interested in the Good Omens ARC. I dont believe I can PM yet. What are you asking?
    $90 friends and family PayPal only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by presidio View Post
    It is odd to see what does and does not go way up in value. I just purchased a hill house Ray Bradbury signed/#d on eBay for $40. I think that book was $200 new. I don't care really what it winds up being worth. I now own something signed by one of my childhood idols.
    I keep missing this deal! I'll have to make a better effort to snag one.

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    Received my signed illustrated NEVERWHERE from Barnes & Noble yesterday. Typical less-than-perfect copy from B&N. As much as they and I go way back, and as much of a soft spot I have for them as virtually the LAST chain bookstore out there- I've given up on them mailing me a decent copy of anything over the last several years.

    Curiously, the US edition is unjacketed. I like the UK better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swintek View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by presidio View Post
    It is odd to see what does and does not go way up in value. I just purchased a hill house Ray Bradbury signed/#d on eBay for $40. I think that book was $200 new. I don't care really what it winds up being worth. I now own something signed by one of my childhood idols.
    I keep missing this deal! I'll have to make a better effort to snag one.
    I did post a link in the Ray Bradbury thread a while back :-)

    But Its still available (the seller is the ex hill house owner): http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/332388384255

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    Quote Originally Posted by swintek View Post
    Received my signed illustrated NEVERWHERE from Barnes & Noble yesterday. Typical less-than-perfect copy from B&N. As much as they and I go way back, and as much of a soft spot I have for them as virtually the LAST chain bookstore out there- I've given up on them mailing me a decent copy of anything over the last several years.

    Curiously, the US edition is unjacketed. I like the UK better.
    Odd... all the pics I have seen show the same image that was used on the jacket as the UK edition. (the first image shown here is the uk jacket : https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/nev...n/1126481614#/)
    what does the book look like then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somekindofstranger View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by presidio View Post
    It is odd to see what does and does not go way up in value. I just purchased a hill house Ray Bradbury signed/#d on eBay for $40. I think that book was $200 new. I don't care really what it winds up being worth. I now own something signed by one of my childhood idols.
    I keep missing this deal! I'll have to make a better effort to snag one.
    I did post a link in the Ray Bradbury thread a while back :-)

    But Its still available (the seller is the ex hill house owner): http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/332388384255
    Dho! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by somekindofstranger View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by swintek View Post
    Received my signed illustrated NEVERWHERE from Barnes & Noble yesterday. Typical less-than-perfect copy from B&N. As much as they and I go way back, and as much of a soft spot I have for them as virtually the LAST chain bookstore out there- I've given up on them mailing me a decent copy of anything over the last several years.

    Curiously, the US edition is unjacketed. I like the UK better.
    Odd... all the pics I have seen show the same image that was used on the jacket as the UK edition. (the first image shown here is the uk jacket : https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/nev...n/1126481614#/)
    what does the book look like then?
    It's just printed boards. Same image. Kind of cheesy looking compared to my UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swintek View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by somekindofstranger View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by swintek View Post
    Received my signed illustrated NEVERWHERE from Barnes & Noble yesterday. Typical less-than-perfect copy from B&N. As much as they and I go way back, and as much of a soft spot I have for them as virtually the LAST chain bookstore out there- I've given up on them mailing me a decent copy of anything over the last several years.

    Curiously, the US edition is unjacketed. I like the UK better.
    Odd... all the pics I have seen show the same image that was used on the jacket as the UK edition. (the first image shown here is the uk jacket : https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/nev...n/1126481614#/)
    what does the book look like then?
    It's just printed boards. Same image. Kind of cheesy looking compared to my UK.
    You can see the pictures of it in this auction - http://www.ebay.com/itm/Neverwhere-I...AAAOSwI-hZ06Cd

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    Quote Originally Posted by swintek View Post
    Received my signed illustrated NEVERWHERE from Barnes & Noble yesterday. Typical less-than-perfect copy from B&N. As much as they and I go way back, and as much of a soft spot I have for them as virtually the LAST chain bookstore out there- I've given up on them mailing me a decent copy of anything over the last several years.

    Curiously, the US edition is unjacketed. I like the UK better.
    My copy went through several carries plus dreaded UPS to get to me in Canada, and it was in perfect condition. I get books from B&N a few times a year, always these signed editions, and I've never had a problem of one being damaged or less than pristine.

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