This is basically the same picture as above, but I saw this piece personally at Bett's Bookstore in Bangor, Maine. But this version is very special. All four books are the special signed limited editions... with matching numbers!! This was selling for the amazing price of only... $5,500!! Wow! Ain't that a steal? ;)


This is a picture of the signature page of the signed limited edition of The Gunslinger printed by D.M. Grant. Signatures from both author Stephen King and artist Michael Whelan can be seen clearly here (note: this copy appears to be either #393 or #397 in the series).


This is another picture of a signed limited edition of The Gunslinger printed by D.M. Grant like the picture seen above. Signatures from both author Stephen King and artist Michael Whelan can be seen clearly here (note: this copy is #98 or #198 of 500).


This is yet another picture of a signed limited edition of The Gunslinger printed by D.M. Grant like the picture seen above. Signatures from both author Stephen King and artist Michael Whelan can be seen clearly here (note: this copy is #435 of 500).


This is a picture of a personalized signed bookplate of The Gunslinger printed by D.M. Grant. Here we also see that the bookplate artwork is of the rarely seen "The Way Station" by Michael Whelan. Sorry the writing can't be seen to well in this picture.


This is a picture of the signature page of the signed limited edition of Drawing of the Three printed by D.M. Grant. Signatures from both author Stephen King and artist Phil Hale can be seen clearly here (note: this copy is #435 of 800 in the series).


This is a picture of the signature page of the signed limited edition of Drawing of the Three printed by D.M. Grant. The copy is the "Author's Copy"... King's own personal copy of the book.


This is a picture of my very own copy of the Grant edition of The Drawing of the Three... signed and inscribed by Stephen King! I got my book signed one year after having been on the official signing list at King's office for the past three years. He even wrote a cool new (and soon to be found in the upcoming DT books!) "Roland" phrase in it... "Khef, ka, and all the water of life." How extremely cool, huh? WOO HOO!! Please click on the image to enlarge.


This is a picture of the signature page of the signed limited edition of The Waste Lands printed by D.M. Grant. Signatures from both author Stephen King and artist Ned Dameron can be seen clearly here (note: this copy is #824 out of 1250).


Another picture of the signed limited edition of The Waste Lands printed by D.M. Grant like the picture seen above (note: this copy is #40 out of 1250).


This is a picture of the signature page of the UK signed limited edition of Wizard & Glass with slipcase printed by Hodder & Straughton. The signature from author Stephen King can be seen clearly here(note: this copy is #245 of 500).


This is a picture of the boxed signed limited edition of Wizard and Glass printed by D.M. Grant. Note the two volumes. For an unknown reason, Grant produced the signed edition of Wizard and Glass in a two volume set, and having King's signature on the signature page of the second volume instead of the first volume.


This is a picture of both the slipcase and signature page of the signed limited edition of Legends (which contains King's Dark Tower short story The Little Sisters of Eluria) printed by Tor Publishing. Signatures from all contributing authors including Stephen King can be seen clearly here (note: this copy is #25 of 200).


I couldn't resist placing this image below the one above. This is another book called Insomnia that I got signed and incribed to me by Stephen King one year. One of my favorite books/novels outside of (but still inside, if you know what I mean!) the Dark Tower series, this book really DID keep me awake... and glued to the book too! I loved this story! Please click on the image to enlarge.




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