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    Quote Originally Posted by east-tennessee View Post
    Not saw a faded Tommyknockers.......I'm sure there out there.
    EOTD is another for sure
    Oh, yeah that is one also. I guess the TK's is more about "rubbing" than fading.


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    Quote Originally Posted by east-tennessee View Post
    Besides the COTWW, what jackets are easily faded? Gunslinger, Salem's, The Shinning.
    Any other suggestions ??
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    Red and Orange fade first.
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    The blue cloth spine on Whispers S/L fades very easily. Book was not issued with DJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by divemaster View Post
    The blue cloth spine on Whispers S/L fades very easily. Book was not issued with DJ.
    Big time! Of the 7/8 copies I have tried for... all of them had that issue and alas.. I still need one. My books are in total darkness and humidity controlled.... alas that is not the norm though.
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    How much do you think a personalized blind embossed stamp (no ink, just emboss) effects the value of a King limited edition? (Stamped on one of the inside pages)
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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by east-tennessee View Post
    Besides the COTWW, what jackets are easily faded? Gunslinger, Salem's, The Shinning.
    Any other suggestions ??
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    The Green Mile HC, Christine S/L
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    Quote Originally Posted by becca69 View Post
    How much do you think a personalized blind embossed stamp (no ink, just emboss) effects the value of a King limited edition? (Stamped on one of the inside pages)
    See reply in other thread for my perspective....

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    Quote Originally Posted by divemaster View Post
    The blue cloth spine on Whispers S/L fades very easily. Book was not issued with DJ.
    I've got mine in blue slipcases now.

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    I looked in the catalogue but I didn't see an entry for a life in the cinema - the normal lettered edition. Am I missing it or is there not one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfan24 View Post
    I looked in the catalogue but I didn't see an entry for a life in the cinema - the normal lettered edition. Am I missing it or is there not one?
    I believe you are correct. I think I have one to take pics of, but with my house remodel in full swing, I may get sidetracked. If it isn't up in a few days, please remind me.
    If you have the pertinent info (issue price, ISBN, etc.) please PM stroppygoblin so that he can create the page and I'll update it with pictures.

    Thanks.

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    I am rebuilding my checklist of US 1st Editions that I lost last year due to a computer crash, and would like some opinions on whether or not a few items belong on that list:

    Land of Enchantment Cycle of the Werewolf (1983) (and if not, does the Signet Paperback 1985 belong on the list?)
    NAL Bachman Books Hardback 1985 (I have the four paperbacks on the list)
    Knopf My Pretty Pony 1988
    Doubleday The Stand Complete and Uncut (1990)
    Scribner Green Mile Hardback (2000) (I have the six paperbacks on the list)
    Viking The Gunslinger Revised and Expanded (2003)
    Salem's Lot Illustrated Edition (2005)
    Joyland Illustrated Edition (2014)

    I am questioning the Cycle of the Werewolf and My Pretty Pony because they were distributed by small presses and not mass distributed (but I suppose by that logic neither were the first four Dark Tower books). I kind of think of COTW and MPP as "gift editions".

    The other books on the list are (to some degree) reprints.

    I have the Scribner Blockade Billy on my list instead of the CD version as I consider the latter a "GE".

    The CD version of Gwendy's Button Box will go on this list only if there is no mass market version.
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    I bought My Pretty Pony at one of the major bookstores back then - Waldenbooks I think, could have been B. Dalton - at the mall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tippy4 View Post
    I am rebuilding my checklist of US 1st Editions that I lost last year due to a computer crash, and would like some opinions on whether or not a few items belong on that list:

    Land of Enchantment Cycle of the Werewolf (1983) (and if not, does the Signet Paperback 1985 belong on the list?)
    NAL Bachman Books Hardback 1985 (I have the four paperbacks on the list)
    Knopf My Pretty Pony 1988
    Doubleday The Stand Complete and Uncut (1990)
    Scribner Green Mile Hardback (2000) (I have the six paperbacks on the list)
    Viking The Gunslinger Revised and Expanded (2003)
    Salem's Lot Illustrated Edition (2005)
    Joyland Illustrated Edition (2014)

    I am questioning the Cycle of the Werewolf and My Pretty Pony because they were distributed by small presses and not mass distributed (but I suppose by that logic neither were the first four Dark Tower books). I kind of think of COTW and MPP as "gift editions".

    The other books on the list are (to some degree) reprints.

    I have the Scribner Blockade Billy on my list instead of the CD version as I consider the latter a "GE".

    The CD version of Gwendy's Button Box will go on this list only if there is no mass market version.
    Ughh. I had all them on my list for flatsigned first editions. Except for the darktower revised. Now I need that and the storm of the century paperback. And gwend y and sleeping beauties. When does it end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roseannebarr View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by tippy4 View Post
    I am rebuilding my checklist of US 1st Editions that I lost last year due to a computer crash, and would like some opinions on whether or not a few items belong on that list:

    Land of Enchantment Cycle of the Werewolf (1983) (and if not, does the Signet Paperback 1985 belong on the list?)
    NAL Bachman Books Hardback 1985 (I have the four paperbacks on the list)
    Knopf My Pretty Pony 1988
    Doubleday The Stand Complete and Uncut (1990)
    Scribner Green Mile Hardback (2000) (I have the six paperbacks on the list)
    Viking The Gunslinger Revised and Expanded (2003)
    Salem's Lot Illustrated Edition (2005)
    Joyland Illustrated Edition (2014)

    I am questioning the Cycle of the Werewolf and My Pretty Pony because they were distributed by small presses and not mass distributed (but I suppose by that logic neither were the first four Dark Tower books). I kind of think of COTW and MPP as "gift editions".

    The other books on the list are (to some degree) reprints.

    I have the Scribner Blockade Billy on my list instead of the CD version as I consider the latter a "GE".

    The CD version of Gwendy's Button Box will go on this list only if there is no mass market version.
    Ughh. I had all them on my list for flatsigned first editions. Except for the darktower revised. Now I need that and the storm of the century paperback. And gwend y and sleeping beauties. When does it end?
    Refer to the Catalog for guidance,

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    [QUOTE=tippy4;1051253]I am rebuilding my checklist of US 1st Editions that I lost last year due to a computer crash, and would like some opinions on whether or not a few items belong on that list:

    Land of Enchantment Cycle of the Werewolf (1983) (and if not, does the Signet Paperback 1985 belong on the list?)
    NAL Bachman Books Hardback 1985 (I have the four paperbacks on the list)
    Knopf My Pretty Pony 1988
    Doubleday The Stand Complete and Uncut (1990)
    Scribner Green Mile Hardback (2000) (I have the six paperbacks on the list)
    Viking The Gunslinger Revised and Expanded (2003)
    Salem's Lot Illustrated Edition (2005)
    Joyland Illustrated Edition (2014)

    Cycle of the Werewolf (Signet Paperback)...YES
    The Land of Enchantment printing was a specialty publication although it did have a large print run most copies did not wind up in the hands of the general public.
    The Bachman Book...YES
    Contained new introduction "Why I Was Bachman"
    My Pretty Pony...YES
    1st available to the general public & still the only stand alone edition.
    The Stand (complete & uncut)...YES
    New material by King.
    The Green Mile (Scriber) Hardcover...NO
    Nothing new by King.
    The Gunslinger (Revised & Expanded)Viking...YES
    Self Explanatory.
    Salem's Lot (Illustrated Edition)...NO
    Nothing new by King.
    Joyland (Illustrated Edition)...NO
    Nothing new by King.
    IMHO

    Don't forget "The Cycle of the Werewolf "1st edition 2nd state.
    Spoiler:

    This is a sticker (not printed on the cover.)

    and I guess you can assume this would also be the 1st Edition 3rd state of Cycle of the Werewolf as it includes the Silver Bullet Screenplay. (That it is a true 1st Edition of the Silver Bullet screenplay.)
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    or is it?
    Spoiler:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfan24 View Post
    I looked in the catalogue but I didn't see an entry for a life in the cinema - the normal lettered edition. Am I missing it or is there not one?
    I believe you are correct. I think I have one to take pics of, but with my house remodel in full swing, I may get sidetracked. If it isn't up in a few days, please remind me.
    If you have the pertinent info (issue price, ISBN, etc.) please PM stroppygoblin so that he can create the page and I'll update it with pictures.

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lurker View Post
    I bought a letter PC copy from Gauntlet - and it did not have a CD. Had no idea.
    Quirky (disappointing) but yes, the PC's didn't come with the CD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stockerlone View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfan24 View Post
    I looked in the catalogue but I didn't see an entry for a life in the cinema - the normal lettered edition. Am I missing it or is there not one?
    I believe you are correct. I think I have one to take pics of, but with my house remodel in full swing, I may get sidetracked. If it isn't up in a few days, please remind me.
    If you have the pertinent info (issue price, ISBN, etc.) please PM stroppygoblin so that he can create the page and I'll update it with pictures.

    Thanks.
    Life in the Cinema Lettered

    Thanks - can you provide the other required info? (ISBN, price, etc)
    "A real limited edition, far from being an expensive autograph stapled to a novel, is a treasure. And like all treasures do, it transforms the responsible owner into a caretaker, and being a caretaker of something as fragile and easily destroyed as ideas and images is not a bad thing but a good one...and so is the re-evaluation of what books are and what they do that necessarily follows." - Stephen King

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    I would go look, but this is my "formal" living room. My book collection is to the left, and difficult to go grab a book (with paint on my hands) and get the info.


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    I looked in the catalogue but I didn't see an entry for a life in the cinema - the normal lettered edition. Am I missing it or is there not one?
    I believe you are correct. I think I have one to take pics of, but with my house remodel in full swing, I may get sidetracked. If it isn't up in a few days, please remind me.
    If you have the pertinent info (issue price, ISBN, etc.) please PM stroppygoblin so that he can create the page and I'll update it with pictures.

    Thanks.
    Life in the Cinema Lettered

    Thanks - can you provide the other required info? (ISBN, price, etc)
    Title: Life in the Cinema
    Author: Mick Garris
    Artist: Clive Barker
    ISBN: 1887368-17-x
    Publication Year: 2000.
    State: 52 lettered
    Issue Price: Lettered 425 $,
    Comments: Traycased, Lettered with sig. CD C.Barker+ M.Garris,
    Clive Barker provides the cover art and 2 cover concept sketches. King writes a long introduction. Tobe Hooper provides an afterword.

    Signed from: Stephen King, Clive Barker, Mick Garris, Tobe Hooper

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