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    #46
    Very cool, nice addition. It must be a pretty rare book to find 26 years later. Who else is in there? Matheson? Le Fanu? Polidori? They seem to be staples of vampire anthologies.

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      #47
      Sorry it took me so long, but I ended up having to type this on my own (I couldn't find a Table of Contents on the web).

      Vampires: Two Centuries of Great Vampire Stories

      Fragment of a Novel (1816) – George Gordan & Lord Byron
      The Vampire (1819) – John Polidori
      Varney the Vampire excerpt (1847) – James Malcolm Rymer
      The Mysterious Stranger (1860) – Anonymous
      Carmilla (1872) – J. Sheridan Le Fanu
      Good Lady Ducayne (1896) – Mary Elizabeth Braddon
      Dracula’s Guest (1897) – Bram Stoker
      Luella Miller (1903) – Mary E. Wilkins-Freeman
      For the Blood Is the Life (1911) – F. Marion Crawford
      The Transfer (1912) – Algernon Blackwood
      The Room in the Tower (1912) E.F. Benson
      An Episode of Cathedral History (1919) – M.R. James
      A Rendezvous in Averoigne (1931) – Clark Ashton Smith
      Shambleau (1933) C.L. Moore
      Revelations in Black (1933) – Carl Jacobi
      School for the Unspeakables (1937) – Manly Wade Wellman
      The Drifting Snow (1939) – August Derleth
      Over the River (1941) – P. Schuyler Miller
      The Girl with the Hungry Eyes (1949) – Fritz Leiber
      The Mindworm (1950) – C.M. Kornbluth
      Drink My Blood (1951) – Richard Matheson
      Place of Meeting (1953) – Charles Beaumont
      The Living Dead (1954) – Robert Bloch
      Pages from a Young Girl’s Journal (1975) – Robert Aickman
      The Werewolf and the Vampire (1975) – R. Chetwood-Hayes
      One for the Road (1977) – Stephen King
      Love-Starved (1979) – Charles M. Grant
      Cabin 33 (1980) – Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
      Unicorn Tapestry (1980) – Suzy McKee Charmas
      Following the Way (1982) – Alan Ryan
      The Sunshine Club (1983) – Ramsey Campbell
      The Men & Women of Rivendale (1984) – Steve Rasnic Tem
      Bite-Me-Not or Fleur de Feu (1984) – Tanith Lee

      John

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        #48
        Hey thanks man, that's a hell of a list. Some authors in their I didn't really expect, C.L. Moore, Manly Wade Wellman and Fritz Lieber.

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          #49
          Ghost Brothers of Darkland County proof:



          CD front:



          CD back:



          I now have 100 US King proofs.

          John

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            #50
            Very nice, congrats on reaching 100 milestone!

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              #51
              Very nice. Congrats on all the proofs.

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                #52
                As a fan of Stephen King proofs, I love this thread.
                Brian James Freeman
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                  #53
                  Thanks, Brian!

                  John

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                    #54
                    Congrats on your century mark!

                    Look forward to seeing more in the future!
                    "I'm a vegan. "

                    ---Kirby Bliss Blanton , The Green Inferno (2013)

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                      #55
                      I got this yesterday. Thanks Rich and the others at CD:



                      John

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                        #56
                        Here's the "orange" proof (one of about 200 copies). Yeah, I know I posted this above, but I want to keep them all together.:



                        Here's the "blue" proof (one of about 50 copies):



                        And the in-house proof (one of about 20 copies):

                        Front:



                        Back:



                        I got the okay from the seller to post these.

                        John

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                          #57
                          Nice !!!!!

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                            #58
                            Extremely nice!

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                              #59
                              Great adds John! Love how they all look together!

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                                #60
                                Thanks, I think they're kind of neat all together also.

                                John

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