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    Does anyone have this? Is it rare? Pricey?




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    Its the ´original first´ Eyes of the Dragon portfolio.
    Superhard to find and pricy !!!
    Many people would give unimportant organs for it. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stockerlone View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post
    Does anyone have this? Is it rare? Pricey?




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    Its the ´original first´ Eyes of the Dragon portfolio.
    Superhard to find and pricy !!!
    Many people would give unimportant organs for it. ;-)

    http://www.thedarktower.org/palaver/...=Augen+Drachen
    WOW. I had no idea. I thank you for the info!
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    Since a year or so, I keep on thinking that I would love to find a Stephen King book in braille.
    I believe that the books are usually made of several volumes, but I would love just one.

    Does anyone know where to look at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
    Does anyone know where to look at?
    That's funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
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    Does anyone know where to look at?
    That's funny.
    Hhhhahhaha yes it is


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    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
    Since a year or so, I keep on thinking that I would love to find a Stephen King book in braille.
    I believe that the books are usually made of several volumes, but I would love just one.

    Does anyone know where to look at?
    You can look at many of the London libraries...

    The Shining - https://www.worldcat.org/title/shining/oclc/220003855

    Needfull Things - https://www.ebay.com/itm/Needful-Thi...75.c4#viTabs_0

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    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
    Since a year or so, I keep on thinking that I would love to find a Stephen King book in braille.
    I believe that the books are usually made of several volumes, but I would love just one.

    Does anyone know where to look at?
    There are a few (13) published it Germany, i try for ages to find
    one of them.....

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    There are also.... 5 US braile SK books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Rabbit Trick View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
    Since a year or so, I keep on thinking that I would love to find a Stephen King book in braille.
    I believe that the books are usually made of several volumes, but I would love just one.

    Does anyone know where to look at?
    You can look at many of the London libraries...

    The Shining - https://www.worldcat.org/title/shining/oclc/220003855

    Needfull Things - https://www.ebay.com/itm/Needful-Thi...75.c4#viTabs_0
    I already ordered the second link, from ebay. A few weeks ago.
    I ended up getting a basic paperback
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    If I were you, I would start with the braille library in Paris. Maybe send them an email asking where you could purchase a book like that.

    I did a similar world cat search, you should be able to find the Shining somewhere, surely.

    I remember my aunt would get books from the braille library (this was in Bruges, and during the eighties). They were cool, very big, and very plain covers (as you would expect - :-)

    Looks like most of the books on offer at braille libraries now are audiobooks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Rabbit Trick View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
    Since a year or so, I keep on thinking that I would love to find a Stephen King book in braille.
    I believe that the books are usually made of several volumes, but I would love just one.

    Does anyone know where to look at?
    You can look at many of the London libraries...

    The Shining - https://www.worldcat.org/title/shining/oclc/220003855

    Needfull Things - https://www.ebay.com/itm/Needful-Thi...75.c4#viTabs_0
    I already ordered the second link, from ebay. A few weeks ago.
    I ended up getting a basic paperback

    I know this:

    Christine
    Verlag: Clovernook Publishing, USA
    1993
    5 books

    Gerald's game
    South Yarra, Vic. : Louis Braille Books, 1995

    Dolores Claiborne
    South Yarra, Vic. : Louis Braille Books, 1996

    The Shining
    South Yarra, Vic. : Louis Braille Books

    Needful Things
    Thomas Braille Bookstore, William A.1406 pages, 1992

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    Thanks for the tips, i'll try to look at that. No pun intended. Kind of.
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    A friend of mine just purchased a red leather library copy of The Stand. This unopened promotional thing was in it - any idea what's inside? I couldn't find anything after a brief internet search...


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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Stephen-Kin...n/274058653425

    Not sure if this signature is a fake or not. Same seller has "Rose Madder" signed for same price.
    Is there a way of posting a link that shows the listing within my post without one having to click on the link?
    Thanks and sorry if I'm doing this incorrectly.

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    I think I have that...somewhere. I may have posted it in my collection thread.

    EDIT - Oops, I'm talking about the Stephen King Library letter.
    I'm sure if there is intelligent life somewhere out there in the universe, they are wise enough to stay away from us.

    And the people bowed and prayed, to the cell phone god they made...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Verdansky View Post
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Stephen-Kin...n/274058653425

    Not sure if this signature is a fake or not. Same seller has "Rose Madder" signed for same price.
    Is there a way of posting a link that shows the listing within my post without one having to click on the link?
    Thanks and sorry if I'm doing this incorrectly.
    I say stay away from that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Verdansky View Post
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Stephen-Kin...n/274058653425

    Not sure if this signature is a fake or not. Same seller has "Rose Madder" signed for same price.
    Is there a way of posting a link that shows the listing within my post without one having to click on the link?
    Thanks and sorry if I'm doing this incorrectly.
    I say stay away from that one.
    Thank you and that's what I figured. I'm only guessing when I say this but the fact that there are no bids tells me something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Verdansky View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Verdansky View Post
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Stephen-Kin...n/274058653425

    Not sure if this signature is a fake or not. Same seller has "Rose Madder" signed for same price.
    Is there a way of posting a link that shows the listing within my post without one having to click on the link?
    Thanks and sorry if I'm doing this incorrectly.
    I say stay away from that one.
    Thank you and that's what I figured. I'm only guessing when I say this but the fact that there are no bids tells me something.
    Unfortunately, folks pay good money for bad sigs all the time. Asking here first is always your best bet.
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    Hey guys, I am out of space. I have sold all my gift, artists, proofs (other than IT ones) and even a lot of newer 1st's. The lettereds are the problem.... anyways, going to get a bookcase this weekend. I notice that IKEA has these Billy Bookcases... well priced and look really nice. Has anyone used them for thier prized books? Any issues? Like them? Worth it? Thanks all
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    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post
    Hey guys, I am out of space. I have sold all my gift, artists, proofs (other than IT ones) and even a lot of newer 1st's. The lettereds are the problem.... anyways, going to get a bookcase this weekend. I notice that IKEA has these Billy Bookcases... well priced and look really nice. Has anyone used them for thier prized books? Any issues? Like them? Worth it? Thanks all
    That’s what I use - with the doors. They’re fine, love them. Some people have reported that the shelves slightly bow over time, but mine haven’t in 10 years. For the bigger SLs, I use the shorter 40cm shelves - the bowing apparently happens on the longer shelves.

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    I have Billy Bookcases all throughout my house. They are great... never had any issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post
    Hey guys, I am out of space. I have sold all my gift, artists, proofs (other than IT ones) and even a lot of newer 1st's. The lettereds are the problem.... anyways, going to get a bookcase this weekend. I notice that IKEA has these Billy Bookcases... well priced and look really nice. Has anyone used them for thier prized books? Any issues? Like them? Worth it? Thanks all
    I had a disaster with one - but it is only one case so take it with a grain of salt. The connectors that hold the shelves in place bent over time and one evening when I opened the doors the shelf holding my Harry Potter proofs collapsed. Luckily only one was damaged but it was a major failure for me.
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    Thanks guys, I think I am going to try and with the shorter shelfs!
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    Love my Billy bookcases. Really nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfan24 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post
    Hey guys, I am out of space. I have sold all my gift, artists, proofs (other than IT ones) and even a lot of newer 1st's. The lettereds are the problem.... anyways, going to get a bookcase this weekend. I notice that IKEA has these Billy Bookcases... well priced and look really nice. Has anyone used them for thier prized books? Any issues? Like them? Worth it? Thanks all
    I had a disaster with one - but it is only one case so take it with a grain of salt. The connectors that hold the shelves in place bent over time and one evening when I opened the doors the shelf holding my Harry Potter proofs collapsed. Luckily only one was damaged but it was a major failure for me.
    Ikea did issue replacement shelf tabs that are a bit longer than the originals. I presume new cases have the improved shelf tabs.

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