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By Stephen King
First edition, first impression (Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1977), with dust jacket price of $8.95, ‘First Edition’ on the copyright page and ‘R49’ in the margin of page 447. Signed and inscribed by the author to the front endpaper: ‘For Stanley – Best. and shine on! Stephen King 1/15/82’.
Fine book with a little rubbing to spine tips in a near fine dust jacket with light rubbing to spine tips and corners; a couple of very small chips to corners; very slight traces of fading to spine panel with some light toning to spine panel verso, as is common. An excellent example of a classic of the genre.
The Outward Urge
By John Wyndham
First Edition, First Impression (Michael Joseph, 1959). Light toning to edges; dustiness to top edge of text block; spotting to top edge of and rear paste-downs. Original and unclipped dust jacket has a closed tear to top edge of front panel; some abrasion and a small nick to bottom corner; abrasion to top edge of spine panel; light edgewear with some soiling to rear panel.
Heaven & Hell
By Aldous Huxley
First Edition, First Impression (Chatto & Windus, 1956). A sequel to 'The Doors of Perception' published in 1954. Spine ends and board corners bumped; a little damp staining to top edge of upper and lower boards; very faint offsetting to front and rear endpapers; small stamp to rear pastedown. Original and unclipped dust jacket has some loss to spine tips and to corners; a few nicks to top edge of front and rear panels; pink stain to verso; fore-edge and hinges rubbed; edge wear to top.
An Accidental Man
By Iris Murdoch
First Edition and First Impression (Chatto & Windus, 1971). Minor bumping to spine tips. Original and price-clipped dust jacket has some rubbing to corners and extremities; corners and spine tips chipped; spotting to front and rear flaps. A very good copy.
By Richard Bachman
UK First Edition, First Impression (New English Library, 1985). Written by Stephen King under his 'Richard Bachman' pseudonym and adapted to film in 1996. A little pushing to spine tips; edges toned. Original and unclipped dust jacket has light wear to spine tips. An excellent, near fine copy.