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FIRST EDITION OF THE SHINING, INSCRIBED AND INITIALED BY STEPHEN KING


KING, Stephen. Shining. Garden City, 1977.

First edition of King's third novel, "a masterwork, a bold product of an original vision," a presentation/association copy from the collection of Richard "Dick" Fawcett, founder of the August Derleth Society, boldly inscribed by King with his address, "Stephen King Box 238 Center Lovell, ME, 04016," along with another inscription initialed by him on the same page, "Nice to meet you, by the way… S.K./." $7500.

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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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'SALEM'S LOT, INSCRIBED BY STEPHEN KING

KING, Stephen. Salem's Lot. Garden City, 1975.

First edition of King's second novel, a haunting story of one New England village's sinister secrets, inscribed by him, "To F— P— Best, Stephen King, 11/1/80," in second-issue dust jacket (virtually no first-issue jackets exist). $5800.

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"WELCOME TO THE WEIRD, WEIRD WEST!": GUNSLINGER INSCRIBED BY STEPHEN KING

KING, Stephen. Dark Tower: The Gunslinger. West Kingston, Rhode Island, 1982.

First trade edition, issued simultaneously with a signed limited edition, of the first book in King's epic Dark Tower series, a presentation/association copy from the collection of Richard "Dick" Fawcett, founder of the August Derleth Society, boldly inscribed by King on the half title in the year of publication, "For Dick, Welcome to the weird, weird west! Stephen King, 10/30/82," with five full-page color illustrations, color endpapers and vignettes by acclaimed fantasy artist Michael Whelan. $4800.

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FIRST EDITION OF DANSE MACABRE, INSCRIBED BY STEPHEN KING

KING, Stephen. Danse Macabre. New York, 1981.

True first edition, preceding the limited edition, of "perhaps the best personal account yet written of the broad appeal of the horror genre," a presentation/association copy from the collection of Richard "Dick" Fawcett, founder of the August Derleth Society, boldly inscribed by King on the half title in the year of publication, "For Dick, Hope you had a bloody good time with this! Stephen King 10/30/82," a fine copy. $1850.

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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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SIGNED BY STEPHEN KING, GEORGE R.R. MARTIN, AND DAN SIMMONS

KING, Stephen; SIMMONS, Dan; MARTIN, George R.R. Night Visions 5. Arlington Heights, IL, 1988.

Signed limited first edition of this collection of seven original stories, one of only 850 copies signed by the authors, Stephen King, Dan Simmons, and George R.R. Martin, as well as by the editor Douglas E. Winter and by the illustrators, Ron and Val Lakey Lindahn. $950.

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