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FIRST EDITIONS OF STEPHEN KING’S FIRST FOUR DARK TOWER BOOKS

KING, Stephen. Dark Tower, Books I, II, III, IV. West Kingston, Rhode Island and Hampton Falls, New Hampshire, 1982-97. Four Volumes. First trade editions of the first four books in Stephen King’s continuing Dark Tower series, including the rare first book, issued by small press publisher Donald M. Grant in a first printing of only 10,000 copies. $6000.

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“THE PLACE WHERE YOU MADE YOUR STAND NEVER MATTERED. ONLY THAT YOU WERE THERE… AND STILL ON YOUR FEET"

KING, Stephen. Stand. Garden City, 1978.

First edition of King's Hugo-nominated epic tale of apocalyptic terror, boldly inscribed on the title page, "To Jeff and Brandi—With good wishes—Stephen King, 9/08/79." $3800.

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INSCRIBED BY STEPHEN KING

KING, Stephen. Different Seasons. New York, 1982.

First edition of King’s collection of four novellas—“among his best written works,” featuring three stories later adapted to the screen (as The Shawshank Redemption, Apt Pupil and Stand by Me)—inscribed by the author in the year of publication, “For Mary – Hope you like these odd stories – Stephen King 7/24/82.” $2000.

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"YOU'RE DEAD, GEORGE. YOU JUST DON'T HAVE THE SENSE TO LIE DOWN."

KING, Stephen. Dark Half. New York, 1989.

First American edition, issued only days after the English edition, of King's "wonderfully frightening" novel, inscribed on the title page by him, "To T— With best wishes, Stephen King 3/21/92." $1350.

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"YOU SAID, 'IT'S DARK IN HERE. LET ME OUT'"

KING, Stephen. Dolan's Cadillac. Northridge, California, 1989.

Signed limited first edition of this popular Stephen King short story, one of only 724 copies (out of a total edition of 1000) signed on the half title by King and bound in half cloth with Cadillac-printed boards. $1200.

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