These two pictures above are of The Waste Lands print portfolio by Ned Dameron. The picture on the left is of the "Artist Signed Edition" which has all prints numbered and signed by Dameron. The picture on the right is the regular "Trade Edition" which has all of the prints, but not numbered or signed.
These are frame pictures of illustrations done by Michael Whelan. The first is a picture of the framed signed & numbered print of The Gunslinger and was found in Betts Bookstore, and the last two are of the framed signed & numbered prints of The Gunslinger and The Little Siters of Eluria, from Michael Whelan's official website.
These two pictures are of a promotional cube piece for the Plume edition of The Gunslinger. This piece is approx. 1 1/2' cubed in size. A very nice mobile piece to hang from a ceiling. I don't know where you can find one of these things now, but if you can find it... GRAB IT!! *smile*
Picture 1) This picture is of the stand-up display used at book conventions to display the ARC (Advanced Reader's Copy) of the Plume edition of The Drawing of the Three. Picture 2) This picture is of the top portion of the stand-up display used by bookstores to display the Signet edition of The Waste Lands. Picture 3) This picture is of the top portion of the stand-up display used by bookstores to display the TOR edition of LEGENDS which contains the Dark Tower short story The Little Sisters of Eluria. This is a picture from my collection.
These pictures below are the outside and inside pages of a promotional piece for the Signet paperback edition of The Gunslinger.
Another piece in my personal collection is this foldable promo ad circular for the release of the NAL audio edition of The Gunslinger read by King himself. Inside shows the specifics of when the audio book would be on sale, where to buy it and the details of the audiobook itself. Also shown inside are some images of King "posing" for the camera. He ain't camera shy, is he? *wink*
These two picture are inside and outside images of the Stephen King newsletter called Castle Rock in which the rare, first appearance of The Drawing of the Three could be read by subscribers. This was the April/May 1987 issue which sold for $2.50 an issue... and if you can find it now, would be worth alot more now that it was back then! hehe! Another piece from my personal collection.
This image is of the 4 piece magnet set produced by Betts Bookstore of Bangor, Maine. On each is represented one of the covers of the D.M. Grant hardcover collection. Measuring approx. 2 1/4" x 3 1/4", these magnets are flat with the corners rounded out. But note that The Gunslinger magnet is designed just a bit differently. Being the first of the collection to be produced, this piece is just a bit smaller with cornered edges and while still flat, has a "puffy" look to it. These pieces are absolutely fantastic to look at and would be a great addition to any collection. Mine. *smile*
Here's a couple of special items that most people don't know about. These are 3 of about 6-8 cards produced to showcase the work of Michael Whelan. Of the two Michael Whelan collectible card series (each with about 90 cards), there are cards just like these that show the illustrations from The Gunslinger that Whelan did. I'm trying my best to get the other DT cards in the series, but if you happen to see them, scan them and let me know!