No olverts on the list...
Deicided today to sell all my UK editions
I just like to help
Peeps, remember the kinky number 69 is up for sale....
Need some action... someone please break the seal on one..
I opened mine from Blaeberry books #60. another on the way. The slip case is pretty shoddy has a wrinkle in the fabric that might have happened during manufacturing, not damaged or anything just looks poorly made.
There is a UK #56/200 listed on eBay. I asked the seller how did he know the number on a seal book, and his response is below. Has anyone else seen a tag on their book?
Hi, actually the book is still sealed. There is a tag on the outside of the wrapper that says 056 so I am assuming that is the number, perhaps not. I don't truly know and I don't want to mislead. This is a sealed never opened MINT copy of the limited one of 200 actual copies signed by Stephen King. The image that i used in the listing is a stock photo provided by the publisher. The actual book is stil sealed in the origninal wrapper with the barcode label attached. I hopr this helps.Best of luck if you elect to bid. I expect this will go quickly. Best Regards,
He's guessing the number is 56? I've never seen any "tags" on the books.
It would have been nice if they had put tags on the books.
At least the books were numbered.
How does he "not get it" when he was just saying what would have been nice?
You can remove......
Unopen - anonymous (TDT) [orginal owner agrabin]
Hmmmm......I have #37 and #73.......weird.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Wizard & Glass Grant 1st Edition $100
Artist Edition of Dark Tower 7 $70
S/L Secretary of Dreams V2 $300
1984 Grant Gift Edition of The Talisman $225
Lisey's Story ARC $25
The Plant Part 1 Signed Limited Edition
Battleground Lettered Edition
Where in the hell is # 32!!!!
Do anyone find it interesting that carlosdetweiller is not listed as a owner? What's is the chance that he got #6 from H&S?
This thread was started couple weeks ago. Last week was productive with eight new numbers added. The new numbers for last week: #37, #45, #54, #60, #64, #90, #179, #188. Six out of ten, were below 100, I am not sure if there are any patterns. The mystery of the #1 -#10 has been solved, so I added those to the list. No numbers between #19 - #34 were added last week, so the big gap is still there. No new numbers so far this week, please open some seals and lets added a couple.
1- 100 ----- 48/200 -- 24%
100-200 --- 31/200 -- 16%
Unopen ---- 26/200 -- 13%
Total ------ 105/200 -- 52.5%
AKC looking for 32/200
Cook looking for 79/200
Greg looking for 157/200 (found shnnrc01)
George at C-Springs looking for 186/200 (found steveisking member of The Collector Forum)
Patrick looking for 196/200
Check your math. 96 of 200 is 48%.
Is jhani the Old Fella?