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    Very Rare -Vintage Stephen King Library Mug

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    Wait, $100+ bucks for a fucking used coffee cup? Now I've seen everything!!!! lol lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin1958 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    Very Rare -Vintage Stephen King Library Mug

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    +$6.72 shipping
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    Wait, $100+ bucks for a fucking used coffee cup? Now I've seen everything!!!! lol lol
    Hey! It's "vintage!" LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin1958 View Post
    Wait, $100+ bucks for a fucking used coffee cup? Now I've seen everything!!!! lol lol
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    am I wrong or is this potentially a nice deal for someone:

    THE TALISMAN Signed STEPHEN KING/ PETER STRAUB 1st Edition/1st Printing 1984

    BIN US $325.00 OBO

    I see from a quick search of the forum that the seller is a member here, but hasn't posted since 2017.



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    Quote Originally Posted by vincent View Post
    am I wrong or is this potentially a nice deal for someone:

    THE TALISMAN Signed STEPHEN KING/ PETER STRAUB 1st Edition/1st Printing 1984

    BIN US $325.00 OBO

    I see from a quick search of the forum that the seller is a member here, but hasn't posted since 2017.
    Betts recently sold one with the same date for $475.

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    And itís gone!


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    Quote Originally Posted by vincent View Post
    am I wrong or is this potentially a nice deal for someone:

    THE TALISMAN Signed STEPHEN KING/ PETER STRAUB 1st Edition/1st Printing 1984

    BIN US $325.00 OBO

    I see from a quick search of the forum that the seller is a member here, but hasn't posted since 2017.


    Yeah that is James. I haven't heard from him in quite some time. I tried reaching out but never got a reply. Glad to see he is still out there.

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    Knowing Darkness: Artists Inspired by Stephen King~~Slipcased

    $310 BIN with free shipping.

    I know a lot of folks here already have this, but if you don't and are looking, this is a good price. Especially considering it's free shipping and this is an expensive one to ship.
    Please help me find:
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    The Citadel of the Autarch, #100
    Chimera II
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    Quote Originally Posted by lotuz View Post
    Knowing Darkness: Artists Inspired by Stephen King~~Slipcased

    $310 BIN with free shipping.

    I know a lot of folks here already have this, but if you don't and are looking, this is a good price. Especially considering it's free shipping and this is an expensive one to ship.
    I am not sure I would go with a good price... You can get these for $200 if you look. I remember when you could buy them for $80 bucks signed from George!
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    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by lotuz View Post
    Knowing Darkness: Artists Inspired by Stephen King~~Slipcased

    $310 BIN with free shipping.

    I know a lot of folks here already have this, but if you don't and are looking, this is a good price. Especially considering it's free shipping and this is an expensive one to ship.
    I am not sure I would go with a good price... You can get these for $200 if you look. I remember when you could buy them for $80 bucks signed from George!
    The last publicly available sales I have in my Centipede Press spreadsheet are: $388, $389, $400, $350, $400, $450 (in that order, with the last sale in September 2019), but I'm also not on the FB groups! Shipping usually adds about $40 to the cost of this one.

    I'm not sure why but this book has been moving pretty regularly for the past year or so - I see about a sale a month (not my sales).

    I got my copy from George for ~$100 in 2013, with his nice gold signature!
    Please help me find:
    RED SNAKESKIN HORNS
    from Suntup Editions

    The Citadel of the Autarch, #100
    Chimera II
    from Centipede Press

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotuz View Post
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    Knowing Darkness: Artists Inspired by Stephen King~~Slipcased

    $310 BIN with free shipping.

    I know a lot of folks here already have this, but if you don't and are looking, this is a good price. Especially considering it's free shipping and this is an expensive one to ship.
    I am not sure I would go with a good price... You can get these for $200 if you look. I remember when you could buy them for $80 bucks signed from George!
    The last publicly available sales I have in my Centipede Press spreadsheet are: $388, $389, $400, $350, $400, $450 (in that order, with the last sale in September 2019), but I'm also not on the FB groups! Shipping usually adds about $40 to the cost of this one.

    I'm not sure why but this book has been moving pretty regularly for the past year or so - I see about a sale a month (not my sales).

    I got my copy from George for ~$100 in 2013, with his nice gold signature!
    Where are you seeing those sales? eBay? Thatís crazy! And yes I have the same gold pen LOL


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    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post

    Where are you seeing those sales? eBay? Thatís crazy! And yes I have the same gold pen LOL
    Mostly from eBay but a few from some ABE sellers. I miss a lot of those though because there's no way to go back and double check... But this title has been moving a lot in the last year or so. There was even a rebound version from the original book block (Jerad sold a few of those, too) that went for almost $800!

    I tend to think that eBay sales (not listings!) give a good idea of market price, because it's so accessible and popular and worldwide. But with the rise of individual selling on places like FB or Instagram there's some mismatch because if you are on one of those and don't pay attention to eBay prices, it's very possible that you could pay less (or more) than the price you could find it for on eBay. And conversely, on eBay (and ABE) only, you're probably less likely to find as good of a bargain as you could on FB at times, both because of the seller's fees (which set a floor price), and because obvious examples of underpriced eBay auctions will last literally seconds or minutes, at most (think of the numbered Misery that went for ~$2000 when there had already been multiple transactions in the ~$4000 range, or, better example, the signed Talisman upthread that lasted less than an hour). So overall I'd expect to find more "bargains" if you know how to find them on FB/IG, and less on eBay. The difference is that not everyone is in the right groups or knows the right people on FB/IG, whereas eBay is a huge and easily accessible open marketplace.

    I haven't joined FB, and the only thing that even tempts me a little is when I hear that there are good deals on books I like over there...
    Please help me find:
    RED SNAKESKIN HORNS
    from Suntup Editions

    The Citadel of the Autarch, #100
    Chimera II
    from Centipede Press

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fsmdr View Post
    This looks like it may have been repaired at some point. I would not call this a VG copy with all the staining on both book and DJ. With the ability of copiers these days there is no real way to know if the DJ is a copy or not without having it in hand to compare the composition of the paper it is printed on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChristineB View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Fsmdr View Post
    This looks like it may have been repaired at some point. I would not call this a VG copy with all the staining on both book and DJ. With the ability of copiers these days there is no real way to know if the DJ is a copy or not without having it in hand to compare the composition of the paper it is printed on.
    I have been out of the scene for quite sometime but is this not a bit expensive for even a F/F copy of this book?
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    I keep thinking Betts sold one for around $500.00, but I'm not sure.

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    Nope. I just bought the book itself for $400 and paid $1000 for one with a flawless jacket. So Iíll be $1400 into my AS NEW VERY FINE copy. Doubleday is anyoneís guess on value lately. I only need a fine Salemís and would pay handsomely for it. More than most believe is retail here.


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    Yea, I looking for one also Kris. Then my set of not perfect Double Day books would be complete.
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    Quote Originally Posted by herbertwest View Post
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    This Folio Society release of (in 2016) 110 copies, and now seemingly another 90+ copies is what gives publishers and book resellers a bad reputation, and Collector's a bad taste in there mouth.


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    I'm really curious to see where those Signed Folio editions level out at. I suppose they are extremely limited.

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    I'm curious as to how folks thinks the Folio book compares to the other signed bookplate editions. It looks like there are 200 unnumbered copies of The Shining, The Insomnia UK S/L has 200 numbered bookplates, and both Rose Madder and Desperation have 250 numbered copies. There never seemed to be a lot of love for those other bookplate editions, so what about the Folio edition make it more desirable to you? Is it because it is The Shining? Just wondering what everyone's thoughts are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELazansky View Post
    I'm curious as to how folks thinks the Folio book compares to the other signed bookplate editions. It looks like there are 200 unnumbered copies of The Shining, The Insomnia UK S/L has 200 numbered bookplates, and both Rose Madder and Desperation have 250 numbered copies. There never seemed to be a lot of love for those other bookplate editions, so what about the Folio edition make it more desirable to you? Is it because it is The Shining? Just wondering what everyone's thoughts are.
    They stated there is only 100 of these and itís a favourite of kings which I think is driving the price of this one.
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    The book itself is quite nice too, with colour illustrations and such. The UK S/Ls - as much as I like them - have the same contents as the UK trade editions.
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    The thing that drove the price up for this book was the fact it was originally only available through a 'prize draw' - you could not buy directly like the other books you mention. Very few copies appeared on the open market (and we may have an answer now to why that was) so low supply drove very high demand.
    "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 won one of the signed books during the original Folio prize draw. It was fine, but I already had Lettered editions from SubPress and CD. The signature was a flat-sign on a bookplate that had been stuck onto a front page. Nothing wrong with it, but left me with an image of King sitting with a stack of stickers and never touching the books. Not my cup of tea. So I moved it on thru David at Betts. Thing is, back then there were pretty much none on the market yet it only garnered about $500. Kudos to whoever bought it back when the market wasn't certain how much to quantify value.
    Alright, we'll call it a draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldCrow88 View Post
    I won one of the signed books during the original Folio prize draw. It was fine, but I already had Lettered editions from SubPress and CD. The signature was a flat-sign on a bookplate that had been stuck onto a front page. Nothing wrong with it, but left me with an image of King sitting with a stack of stickers and never touching the books. Not my cup of tea. So I moved it on thru David at Betts. Thing is, back then there were pretty much none on the market yet it only garnered about $500. Kudos to whoever bought it back when the market wasn't certain how much to quantify value.
    I kind of feel like I am about to burst a bubble for you....but you do know that in most cases....King never actually touches the books......right? Instead of a bookplate......he is (in most cases) signing a unbound signature page.

    The bookplate is just a smaller version of the signature page.
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