Century's Best Horror Fiction, The - Artist Edition


Title:
The Century's Best Horror Fiction Artist Edition
Author:
Edited by John Pelan
Artist:
Frontispiece for both books, and original art piece by Glenn Chadbourne.
Publisher:
Cemetery Dance
ISBN:
13: 978-1-58767-080-0 (Volume One) and 978-1-58767-172-2 (Volume Two)
Publication Year:
2013
State:
Artist Edition 1/25
Issue price:
$2,000
Comments:
Deluxe Handmade wooden case housing two volumes, that features a unique binding and signatures from as many of the living authors as possible.


Per Cemetery Dance:

This Deluxe Artist Edition of The Century's Best Horror Fiction is limited to 25 signed copies that are individually lettered and numbered AE-1, AE-2, etc. This special hand-bound, custom-made set features:
* Cromwell Black Aristo Grain leather binding on spine
* Asahi Japanese Bookcloth, Black Mohair, for front and back cover binding
* French Marbled endsheets, a different sheet for each volume
* Pages edged with hand-dipped silver gilding
* Covers hot-stamped with Silver Matte hot foils
* Smyth sewn with cotton thread, cotton hinge cloth, sewn headbands, and black silk ribbon page marker
* Each volume has an exclusive Glenn Chadbourne color frontispiece that has not appeared in any other edition
* Each set includes a one-of-a-kind original color acrylic and ink painting by Glenn Chadbourne, created exclusively for this edition, that has been matted and framed. * Each painting was inspired by a different story from the anthology
* The books are housed in a custom-made wooden slipcase made by the extremely talented Dick Olsen of Bookslipcase.com. Each slipcase features a hinged door and engraved plate. There are magnetic closures embedded in the wood and a silver hook latch. The wood is poplar with a walnut stain and gloss polyurethane finish. Each door is embossed with one of three different pieces of artwork. In addition, although the interior of the cases has been sized to the exact dimensions of the books, these boxes were made by hand and each box features slightly different sizing for the door and outside dimensions, plus unique wood grain and colorations based on the piece of wood selected.























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