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    I finally received my signed numbered copy of Jack Ketchum's The Girl Next Door. It was misdirected by the Post Office.

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    Good to hear, John!

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    My thrift store haul today. The poster is AWSOME! $15.00 form Goodwill. the books are just reading copies, except the Cornwell Post-Mortem, which is a fair copy, signed 1st edition. I'm popping that up on ebay. Nice trip, all and all. i really love the poster.
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    Promotional broadside (1500 copies)



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    Practicing... one day I hope to start a collection thread just like a real boy.

    Just received the Whelan artist edition this morning, practically free with the Grant Talisman/Black House

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    continued:

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    I have endless respect for those of you who post entire, drool-worthy collections. It's a lot of work, so thank you guys a million times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bugen View Post
    Practicing... one day I hope to start a collection thread just like a real boy.

    Just received the Whelan artist edition this morning, practically free with the Grant Talisman/Black House

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    Stunning!

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    Gorgeous book: love it!
    Congratulations.

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    Very nice, bugen! I need to get that edition as well. Might jump on that Grant deal too.

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    Great add, bugen. Beautiful looking book.

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    Was off today. Hit a plant sale at a local high school and then checked out a couple of thrift stores. All pretty intersting, to me anyway, some read and trades, the hit is the Robots and Spaceships book by Taschen, a keeper for sure. Pictured with todays finds is Gracey Grey, the bookhound.
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    The Folio Society edition of Dune is waiting for me at home but I won't be there until Friday. There is no god.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slayn666 View Post
    The Folio Society edition of Dune is waiting for me at home but I won't be there until Friday. There is no god.
    Nice! Gonna snap us some shots when you finally get it in your hands?

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    Folio Society produces some gorgeous looking books, and their edition of Dune looks to be no exception. There's quite a few of their editions I would love to add to my collection. I hope you post pics when you finally get it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plasticine View Post
    Folio Society produces some gorgeous looking books, and their edition of Dune looks to be no exception. There's quite a few of their editions I would love to add to my collection. I hope you post pics when you finally get it.
    I'm torn on Folios. I often like the look of them, but the rarely seem to maintain value, at least not historically.

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    Dune is one of my Favorite books. I have a copy of the 2nd ed Chilton and the Easton Press. Slayin have you read the Luke Scull Grim Company books?

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    In order:

    Theli: Absolutely. I've also finished setting up my bookshelves, so pics of those will be uploaded this weekend as well.

    Theli again: They don't hold value because in most cases they're nothing more than a really fancy edition of an otherwise readily available book. At least with Easton Press editions, you'll often get a signature to go along with your fancy edition, but that's just not the case for FS.

    mhatchett: I've read the first one, and have the sequel sitting in my TBR pile. Why do you ask?

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    Slayin,
    Well, I know you like Fantasy and I'm reading the sequel myself. Just wanted to make sure you didn't miss out on a couple of good books.

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    Thanks guys! Grant has a pretty good deal going on for Talisman/Black House if you choose the option to include The Dark Tower (7) as well:

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    I thought it to be a super-nice set - was extremely happy unboxing these!

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