Very Good. 0937986305 Signed by editor L. Sprague de Camp. Dust jacket has some very mild age toning, some wrinkling at the top of the jacket spine, jacket is otherwise clean and bright. The boards are clean and straight, with light bumping to the corners and the top and bottom of spine. The spine is solid and firm. Interior text block is straight and firmly attached to the spine, and free of markings. First Edition. Jacket Condition: Very Good. Size: 4to-over 9 3/4 in-12 in tall. Year: 1980. > First edition.
Very Good. 0976159201 > DJ > First edition > SIGNED by Author. 2005, first edition. 300 pages. Volume 4 only. Signed by editor, S. T. Joshi on title page. Black cloth with silver titling. Copy in fine condition: Boards pristine, spine and binding sound, dust jacket clean and intact, pages bright and free of marks.
Fassl, H. E.; Carson, Dave. Like New. Signed by Editor ISBN: 1-56882-113-1 No wear. Quite clean. Including such authors as H. P. Lovecraft, Virginia Anderson, R. Flavie Carson, Robert W. Chambers, Irvin S. Cobb, Lord Dunsany, John Glasby, Roger Johnson, Stephen Mark Rainey, Stanley C. Sargent, Ann K. Schwader, Franklyn Searight, Lewis Theobald III., Henry J. Vester III., James Wade. 233 pages. Editor Price signed / inscribed the first title.
McCain, Zach (Jacket art & Signature Sheet) New in New jacket. Book. Signed by Editor HB-Signed & Numbered Ltd. Edition # 125 of 150 (Signed by S.T. Joshi)-New/New-This collection of Lovecraft collaborations includes, "The Horror in the Museum" w/ Hazel Heald, "Collapsing Cosmoses" and "The Night Ocean" w/ R.H. Barlow, "The Challenge From Beyond", and more...
Octavo, cloth. First edition. One of 200 numbered copies signed by editor Tom Collins, artist Stephen E. Fabian, and publisher Stuart Schiff. Joshi I-A-82. A fine copy in fine dust jacket and cloth slipcase. (#142116)
Edwards, Les. 331 p. 1st Limited Edition hardcover from Fedogan & Bremer, 2013. SIGNED BY 14 LIVING CONTRIBUTORS! NEW IN DJ AND SLIPCASE. One of only 100 such numbered copies. Les Edwards jacket, Randy Broecker interior art. A GREAT BOOK, OFFERED HERE AT $5 OFF RETAIL! WE ALSO HAVE THE TRADE EDITION!
Daryl Hutchinson. Very Good. 28 cm tall. Signed by Illustrator Limited to 50 numbered/signed copies. This is copy #28. Includes four laid in drawings, illustrating the story. Some light soiling on back cover. "From Beyond" is a short story by science fiction and horror fiction writer H. P. Lovecraft. It was written in 1920 and was first published in The Fantasy Fan in June 1934 (Vol. 1, No. 10).
Minor darkening to dustwrapper spine, light soiling to slipcase. Fine in a Near Fine dustwrapper and slipcase. A collection of over 100 poems by Lovecraft, many not previously published. Of a total edition of 2000 copies, this is Copy #69 of 200 numbered copies SIGNED by the editor, Tom Collins, the designer of the publisher's colophon, Stephen Fabian, and the publisher, Stuart Schiff.
Near Fine. 95 pp., oblong folio. Hardcover. Decorative silver gilt to boards. Inscribed by publisher & signed by illustrator; limited edition: 1 of 1000 copies. Boards lightly rubbed; edges slightly bumped.
3647 copies printed. Stories by Stephen King, Brian Lumley, Frank Belknap Long, Basil Copper, David Drake A. A. Attanasio, and others. This copy signed by Ramsey Campbell and David Drake. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket.
Very Good with no dust jacket; Biographical and critical preface by Howard P. [H. P. ] Lovecraft. Navy cloth binding with lettering stamped on front boards and spine. Boards lightly worn at corners and head and foot of spine, pages toned, several pages... 72 pages; Signed by Author.
Fine. Signed by Editor. 8vo. v, 58 pages. Hardcover bound in black buckram. A fresh, clean copy. Limited to 67 copies. This copy is lettered PC as a Publisher's Copy and is SIGNED by Dan Boulden, the compiler.
Harry O Morris (signed) Fine. No Jacket as issued. Signed by Illustrator and Author ----------hardcover, about 7 x 11 inches, a Fine copy, in a Near Fine/Fine slipcase, no dustjacket as issued, signed by LIGOTTI and MORRIS, this is #74 of the numbered limited edition of 500, contents include: Preface ( new ) by Ligotti; ---Three Scientists-"One Thousand Painful Variations Performed Upon Divers Creatures Undergoing the Treatment of Dr. Moreau, Humanist", "The Excruciating Final Days of Dr. Henry Jekyll, Englishman", "The Agonizing Resurrection of Victor Frankenstein, Citizen of Geneva"; ---Two Immortals---"The Heart of Count Dracula, Descendant of Attila, Scourge of God", "The Insufferable Salvation of Lawrence Talbot the Wolfman"; ---Leading Men-"The Intolerable Lesson of the Phantom of the Opera", "The Unbearable Rebirth of the Phantom of the Wax Museum"; ---Gothic Heroines-"The Perilous Legacy of Emily St. Aubert, Inheritress of Udolpho", "The Eternal Devotion of the Governess to the Residents of Bly"; ---Loners-"The Unnatural Persecution, by a Vampire, of Mr. Jacob J.", "The Superb Companion of André de V., Anti-Pygmalion"; ---Shut-Ins-"The Ever-Vigilant Guardians of Secluded Estates", "The Scream, from 1800 to the Present"; ---A Poe Anthology-"The Transparent Alias of William Wilson, Sportsman and Scoundrel", "The Worthy Inmate of the Will of the Lady Ligeia", "The Interminable Residence of the Friends of the House of Usher"; ---The Works and Death of H P Lovecraft-"The Fabulous Alienation of the Outsider, Being of No Fixed Abode", "The Blasphemous Enlightenment of Prof. Francis Wayland Thurston of Boston, Providence, and the Human Race", "The Premature Death of H. P. Lovecraft, Oldest Man in New England-----This new edition of Thomas Ligotti's brilliant vignettes is a cause for celebration. Not only has the text been substantially revised by Thomas Ligotti, but artist Harry O. Morris has created eleven new artworks for the book. The text is gorgeously set and designed. Each copy is signed by Thomas Ligotti and Harry O. Morris. The book also has a new introduction by Ligotti. It comes bound in printed cloth with a back panel velvet cloth, two ribbon markers, and is housed in a handsome slipcase---a beautiful book, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo.
First Edition. Signed presentation copy from S.T. Joshi to H.P. Lovecraft's friend, fellow author and publisher Donald Wandrei. Inscribed by the author: "To Donald Wandrei, in the hope that a better understanding of Lovecraft may be shortly forthcoming. S.T. Joshi." With the Wandrei estate bookplate affixed to the front pastedown which reads: "From the Library of Donald Wandrei-St. Paul, Minnesota-Author & Co-Founder of Arkham House-Publishers." 473 pages with additional introductory material, explanatory notes, and abbreviations. Near fine copy without dust jacket as issued. Donald Wandrei was a personal friend of Lovecraft and Wandrei is mentioned at numerous places in the text, as co-founder of Arkham House and editor of his letters, Wandrei was one of the one important figures in helping to establish Lovecraft's now high reputation. A comprehensive bibliography about the works of Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890-1937), scholar, writer, poet, journalist, essayist, metaphysician, and unquestionable master of the horror and fantasy genre. With chapters on Lovecraft's contributions to periodicals, revisions, letters, apocrypha, lost works, works destroyed and in translation, works about his life and work, special periodical material, amateur press associations, unclassifiable data, and more. All in all, this is an essential work for any Lovecraft collector or enthusiast.
Frank A. Utpatel. Signed Lovecrafts first published book and the only one published in his lifetime. Envelope addressed to himself in his hand care of R.H. Barlow in Florida with a cancelation date of June 5, 1934. "A fine story of supernatural adventure and discovery." Bleiler; Guide to Supernatural Fiction, 1039. Of 400 copies produced, only about 200 copies were bound and issued. The remaining copies were destroyed. Four full page illustrations by Frank A. Utpatel. Original folded errata sheet laid in. In Lovecraft's envelope is a photograph of Barlow's log home in Florida. A fine copy in a fine and bright white dust jacket with lettering in silver upper and lower case. All are housed within a custom made clam shell case.
Virgil Finlay. Fine in Very Good jacket. Limited Edition. Signed by Author 1st ed. Fine in V Good dj, light shelfware, small chips at corners, 1 small closed tear. SIGNED by the Lovecraft on a loosely inserted blank page from a book from HPL's library on which he signed his name.
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