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    Lookin' good, Lincoln.

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    Super looking bookcases.

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    Thanks, everyone.
    Will take some close ups tonight.

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    Those shelves look awesome! Big fan.

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    Very nice collection and shelving units to display it on.

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    Yep, them's 'wow' shelves. Really nice, sir. I'd love to do something like that someday.
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    Love the bookcases! Very impressive.

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    Nice cases.

    Its good to see someone else with Fedogan & Bremer on their shelves as well.

    And Ash-Tree as well?

    ~Mark

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    Hey Mark, yes I've got some ATP.
    Will post some close ups soon.

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    Wow!! Just saw your bookcases - they look awesome!!

    sk

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    Some close ups. Any questions, ask away. Happy to take more pics of anything you might be interested in.

    From top to bottom - top left of case.
    bottom left of case
    top right of case
    bottom right of case
    'Midnight House' hardcovers
    Example of MH d/j art
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    I thought about doing my cases by publisher, but a) outside of DR, CD, and SP, I don't own enough of any one small press to make it worthwhile and b) I prefer organizing by author.

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    More Midnight House cover art, Centipede Press, Ash Tree Press.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slayn666 View Post
    I thought about doing my cases by publisher, but a) outside of DR, CD, and SP, I don't own enough of any one small press to make it worthwhile and b) I prefer organizing by author.
    My mass market hardcovers are alphabetical, by author then title. Signed/limiteds by publisher, where possible. Oversize are on the top shelves. You go crazy trying to get it 'just right'!

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    Very nice, Lincoln. Very cool to see so many of the books that are on my own shelves on someone else's, too. Plus some great ones that I don't have… Like that copy of COFFIN NAILS by Probert that I see... I've been meaning to pick that collection up for quite some time, but it's inexplicably scarce. ~ Ron

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    Pulled it off the shelf to check the limitation - 400 copies, so not sure why it's so rare. Was shocked to see the publication date was 2008, where does the time go?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincoln View Post
    My mass market hardcovers are alphabetical, by author then title. Signed/limiteds by publisher, where possible. Oversize are on the top shelves. You go crazy trying to get it 'just right'!
    I may end up doing something similar at some point. I know my wife twitches a bit every time she walks into the room because the only real organization is by genre then author.

    It'd all be so much easier if publishers all made their books the same size .

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    Fantastic collection, are the Exotic Gothic books any good? They have intrigued me for some time.

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    Looking great!

    I'm in the process of reorganizing yet again myself.

    I had the pack up almost all of my trade hardcovers, the only thing left now is small press trades, limited, and lettereds.

    Not that thats a bad thing. But, damn I need a bigger house/library.

    Mark

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    God, that's an awesome collection. I hope to have one like that myself some day.

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