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    A few Peter Straub rarities

    Peter Straub Peter and PTR Lettered K/52


    Peter Straub The Skylark Lettered D/26



    Peter Straub 5 Stories Lettered K/52



    Peter Straub The Buffalo Hunter Lettered GG/52




    Peter Straub Pork Pie Hat Lettered G/52


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    A couple Justin Cronin S/L

    Justin Cronin The Passage UK S/L 236/250


    Justin Cronin The Passage US S/L Remarqued PC/750


    Kinda Zoned Out now - need a break - have loads of rare Dean Koontz firsts signed and inscribed (Half of Greg Hurlstone's Collection) and a massive collection of rare books that I have not shown as I'm sure few of you would appreciate them.
    Many thanks for all the kind comments, as I rarely get positive comments apart from 'My God, what a lot of books'. None of my friends are book collectors.
    Jon

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    That's a breathtaking collection you have there, Jon. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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    Awesome stuff Jon. Keep 'em coming.

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    I've never seen that Lettered Edition of Clive Barker's The Adventures Of Maximillian Bacchus And His Travelling Circus. It is an awesome book!!!!!!

    Stop posting!! I keep seeing things I want to buy!!!

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    Thanks SO much for sharing, Jon. Your collection is simply awesome!

    John

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    These are actually the very first SK books I bought and the start of an obsession. Can you tell I have never read Danse Macabre?


    Dolores Claiborne UK 1/1


    Different Season UK HB 1991 reissue


    Danse Macabre UK HB 1992 Reissue

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    Jon, what a beautiful collection. Thank you for sharing.

    I'm especially interested in seeing more of your ODD THOMAS limited editions. I own the first four, but have not seen the ones that followed. Also, are yours matching numbers? (Mine are all over the place.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Jon, what a beautiful collection. Thank you for sharing.

    I'm especially interested in seeing more of your ODD THOMAS limited editions. I own the first four, but have not seen the ones that followed. Also, are yours matching numbers? (Mine are all over the place.)
    Yeah those are beautiful books. I used to own the first 4 also but sold them to fund my King habit. Always regretted it a bit. They looked great on the shelf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonp View Post

    'Salem's Lot Illustrated 262/315 (This book is a dust magnet - how do you clean it?!!!!)
    Very nice collection. Jerad included a square of the material used for the book and slipcase. You can use it to clean your book... see if that helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Jon, what a beautiful collection. Thank you for sharing.

    I'm especially interested in seeing more of your ODD THOMAS limited editions. I own the first four, but have not seen the ones that followed. Also, are yours matching numbers? (Mine are all over the place.)
    Thanks
    Unfortunately, after the first four books Charnel House lowered the limitation from 500 or 300 to 125. My number was 268 so I couldn't match to next three books so was allocated 103. :pull hair:

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    Quote Originally Posted by becca69 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jonp View Post

    'Salem's Lot Illustrated 262/315 (This book is a dust magnet - how do you clean it?!!!!)
    Very nice collection. Jerad included a square of the material used for the book and slipcase. You can use it to clean your book... see if that helps.
    Thanks Becca.
    Unfortunately, I think I threw away that material in the shipping box.

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    Dean Koontz The Odd Series

    Odd Thomas S/L 268/500


    Forever Odd S/L 268/300


    Brother Odd S/L 268/300


    Odd Hours S/L 268/300


    Odd Apocalypse S/L 103/125


    Odd Interlude S/L 103/125


    Deeply Odd S/L 103/125

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    Super Super Supernice collection !!!
    I love the lettered Peter Straub books.

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    Joe Hill S/L

    Locke & Key Series S/L Matching 172/250




    Locke & Key : Head Games Lettered Q/26 (with original Drawing)



    Heart Shaped Box US S/L Deluxe With Extra Content 190/200



    NOS4R2 US S/L 46/750

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    Awesome collection, Jon! I'm waiting for Bob (carlosdetweiller) to chime in - he's an avid Straub collector and I'm sure he'll appreciate what you've shown so far. There's also a Straub collecting thread here by the way: http://www.thedarktower.org/palaver/...-Straub-author

    (located in the Other Authors You Collect subforum: http://www.thedarktower.org/palaver/...rs-You-Collect )
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonp View Post
    Dean Koontz The Odd Series

    Odd Thomas S/L 268/500


    Forever Odd S/L 268/300


    Brother Odd S/L 268/300


    Odd Hours S/L 268/300


    Odd Apocalypse S/L 103/125


    Odd Interlude S/L 103/125


    Deeply Odd S/L 103/125
    These are cool. I've never read the series but I just watched the movie and now I would like to get into these. Is it a complete series or on going?
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    Hi Becca, I think there is one last book Saint Odd due December.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biomieg View Post
    Awesome collection, Jon! I'm waiting for Bob (carlosdetweiller) to chime in - he's an avid Straub collector and I'm sure he'll appreciate what you've shown so far. There's also a Straub collecting thread here by the way: http://www.thedarktower.org/palaver/...-Straub-author

    (located in the Other Authors You Collect subforum: http://www.thedarktower.org/palaver/...rs-You-Collect )
    Thanks Michael,
    I think Bob's seen the thread before I posted the Peter Straub.

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    Do you have the 3 James Herbert Ltd Editions from Centipede Press, Jon? Love those books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Library Policeman View Post
    Do you have the 3 James Herbert Ltd Editions from Centipede Press, Jon? Love those books.
    Hi Alan
    I liked the look of those but other purchases just got in the way. The two authors that I started reading first before collecting were James Herbert and Stephen King. My James Herbert collection is limited, I have every book of his but I only have the later 1st editions - earlier books are just later reprints. But I do have this, probably my most prized JH book




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    My spoiler didn't work!!!!

    It was supposed to say 'I'm not the Jon in the inscription - I couldn't resist it on ebay'

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    Ahh that's very cool, Jon. Always good to find one with your name on it! I was the same as yourself by the way. King and Herbert were the first 2 authors I read in the genre and I was hooked!
    I travelled down to Birmingham in 2012 for the ASH signing in Waterstone's. First time I got to meet the great man. He was really, really nice as well. Signed for hours that night. He signed 3 books for me and happily posed for a picture as well as having a warm chat with me too. He's sadly missed.

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    Some More Joe Hill

    Heart Shaped Box UK S/L 168/1300


    The Saved UK S/L 109/?200



    Gunpowder UK S/L 134/300 and slipcased 70/200

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Library Policeman View Post
    Ahh that's very cool, Jon. Always good to find one with your name on it! I was the same as yourself by the way. King and Herbert were the first 2 authors I read in the genre and I was hooked!
    I travelled down to Birmingham in 2012 for the ASH signing in Waterstone's. First time I got to meet the great man. He was really, really nice as well. Signed for hours that night. He signed 3 books for me and happily posed for a picture as well as having a warm chat with me too. He's sadly missed.
    Unfortunately, I never got to meet him, saying that I have never met any authors at all! Ewan McGregor, Rowan Atkinson and many racing drivers!

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