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  • King, Stephen

    Published by Doubleday: NY, 1975

    ISBN 10: 0385007515ISBN 13: 9780385007511

    Seller: Abound Book Company, Overland Park, KS, U.S.A.
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    Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Oeiginal Book club ed. Early (second after Carrie) King title with the same jacket art as the first trade ed. Book is vg+, tight, free of former owner writing, remainder marks or bookplates, minor rub to edges. . Very good non priced Jacket with moderate wear to spine edges and a tear with crease marks to upper left front panel . DJ will arrive in a fresh protective mylar cover. * (THIS BOOK IS IN OUR POSSESSION. WE SHIP MOST BOOKS SIX DAYS A WEEK AND WILL CONFIRM WITH TRACKING NUMBER FOR DOMESTIC ORDERS OR CUSTOMS NUMBER FOR NON DOMESTIC) *; 8vo.

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    Hardcover. First edition thus (& 1st printing). New four page introduction from the author, new illustrations by photographer Jerry N. Uelsmann, two related short stories(''One For the Road'' and ''Jerusalem's Lot'') , some deleted scenes and six-page afterword from the author. Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

  • King, Stephen

    Published by Doubleday: NY, 1975

    ISBN 10: 0385007515ISBN 13: 9780385007511

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Trade edition, later printing, unstated, assume circa 80s. Book is tight, clean and free of former owner writing or bookplates or remainder marks, fine. Vg, non price clipped ($17.95). Uncommon early trade issue. DJ is in a fresh protective mylar cover. Moderate wear to edges with some light crease marks to lower right front panel. * (THIS BOOK IS IN OUR POSSESSION. WE SHIP MOST BOOKS SIX DAYS A WEEK AND WILL CONFIRM WITH TRACKING NUMBER FOR DOMESTIC ORDERS OR CUSTOMS NUMBER FOR NON DOMESTIC) *; 8vo.

  • King, Stephen

    Published by Doubleday, 2005

    ISBN 10: 0385516487ISBN 13: 9780385516488

    Seller: The Book Bin, Salem, OR, U.S.A.
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    Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. First printing thus; the 2005 Doubleday reissue of Centipede Press's 2004 illustrated edition. Full number line to 1. With photographs by Jerry Uelsmann. Black cloth with silver spine titles, very good with light scuffing, slight bump to front corner of spine foot. Spine square. Binding sound. Dust jacket lightly scuffed, with faint scratch to front panel near title, and minor general edgewear. DJ protected in Mylar. Interior clean and unmarked.

  • King, Stephen

    Published by Doubleday, [1975, Book Date), New York, 1975

    Seller: TBCL The Book Collector's Library, Montreal, QC, Canada
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    No Binding. Condition: Clamshell As New. No Jacket. Custom Clamshell Case. New York: Doubleday, [1975, Book Date), 1975. Custom Clamshell Case. No Binding. First Edition Clamshell Case. King, Stephen. SALEM'S LOT. Custom Clamshell Case Only. New York: Doubleday, [1975, Book Date].

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    King, Stephen

    Published by Doubleday & Company, Garden City, New York, 1975

    ISBN 10: 0385007515ISBN 13: 9780385007511

    Seller: The BiblioFile, Rapid River, MI, U.S.A.
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    Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Christensen, Dave (Jacket Illustration) (illustrator). First Edition. Beautifully signed by Stephen King to front wrapper panel in bold silver felt-tip: "Stephen King". Appears as rare early style signature. First book club edition with original first edition wrapper design of Al Nagy. 6" x 8 1/2" design. Red boards, blood red spine wrap, gilt black impressed spine titles, near fine. Deckled pages near fine, no writing. Code O20 at page 404. Bind strong; hinges intact. Dust wrapper near fine, light rub, closed tear; protected in new clear sleeve. Very attractive. Features the original jacket illustration with bold white and orange titles over black with quiet hamlet pictured at center of the "O"; by the author of Carrie. Back panel with review blurbs for this title and code 1518 at lower edge. Sharp first BCE in attractive original wrapper. One of Stephen King's true classics, where he offers an interpretation of Bram Stoker's Dracula. In SK's second published novel he describes Salem's Lot as a town first touched by an evil and horrific murder-suicide involving a prominent citizen - and former hitman - named Hubie Marston. And, now overlooked by this empty and terrible house. The village has its collection of small-town secrets and moral corruptions, though, and is finally invaded by a Vampiric plague, starting with the shadowy new owner of the Marston House, Richard Straker, and his familiar, Kurt Barlow. Another new resident, writer Ben Mears who grew up in the town, joins with a local doctor, a teacher, and young Mark Petrie to fight against the town's demise. Salem's Lot knew darkness and the awful, heavy silence of terrifying images grotesquely dancing in and out of the shadows. Stark, white faces, huge, glowing eyes and long, gnarled hands that reached out with lustful insistence. The paralyzing fear of a diabolical corruption and hideous peril more dreadful than death. But, no one in Salem's Lot dared to speak of the high, sweet, evil laughter of a child, and the terrible sucking sounds. 405 pages. Insured post. Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Signed by Author. Book.

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    King, Stephen

    Published by Doubleday & Company, Garden City, New York, 1975

    ISBN 10: 0385007515ISBN 13: 9780385007511

    Seller: The BiblioFile, Rapid River, MI, U.S.A.
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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Nagy, Al (Jacket Illustration) (illustrator). First Edition. First edition stated, code Q37 at page 439. First edition dust wrapper with Father Cody error as the bad priest; and, priced 7.95 replacing the original 8.95. Essentially, the first issue jacket as less than a half-dozen priced 8.95 are known to exist - a few turned up in a Doubleday file cabinet. Blood red boards, black cloth spine wrap, gilt spine titles, slight shelf wear. Deckled pages near fine; no writing. Bind fine, square; hinges intact. Original dust wrapper with moderate shelf wear, rub, discoloration, neatly mended upper spine area and closed tear to back panel; priced 7.95, protected in fine clear sleeve. Rare near fine first printing in near very good second state wrapper. One of Stephen King's true classics, where he offers an interpretation of Bram Stoker's Dracula. In SK's second published novel he describes Salem's Lot as a town first touched by an evil and horrific murder-suicide involving a prominent citizen - and former hitman - named Hubie Marston. And, now overlooked by this empty and terrible house. The village has its collection of small-town secrets and moral corruptions, though, and is finally invaded by a Vampiric plague, starting with the shadowy new owner of the Marston House, Richard Straker, and his familiar, Kurt Barlow. Another new resident, writer Ben Mears who grew up in the town, joins with a local doctor, a teacher, and young Mark Petrie to fight against the town's demise. Salem's Lot knew darkness and the awful, heavy silence of terrifying images grotesquely dancing in and out of the shadows. Stark, white faces, huge, glowing eyes and long, gnarled hands that reached out with lustful insistence. The paralyzing fear of a diabolical corruption and hideous peril more dreadful than death. But, no one in Salem's Lot dared to speak of the high, sweet, evil laughter of a child, and the terrible sucking sounds. Apprx. 5 3/4" x 8 1/2" design. 439 pages. Insured post. Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. Book.

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    King, Stephen

    Published by Doubleday, Garden City New York, 1975

    Seller: Medium Rare Books, Mountainside, NJ, U.S.A.
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    Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Doubleday. Garden City, New York. 1975. 409 pages. SIGNED, inscribed and dated by Stephen King directly to FFEP. To ___- Nice to see you again! Stephen King 10/19/89. First Book Club edition in same design as the First printing with red paper boards quarterbound in black with gilt titles on backstrip. No mention of any King titles other than Carrie and Salem's Lot on DJ. Book is tight. Binding and hinges are strong. Gilt is bright and unrubbed. Red paper boards are bright and clean. Faint shallow stain along bottom panel edges. Light shelf-rub at base on black binding. Pages lay tight and undisturbed; seemingly unread. FFEP corner has previous owners names neatly written in ink. DJ in same design and artwork as the first printing. DJ is about fine; only flaw is some sunning to red hue on the title on the spine. An early copy of Stephen King's second title and arguably most difficult title. Considering Stephen King no longer signs backlog, a signed copy of his most difficult title speaks for itself. A solid, bright VG or better copy in near fine DJ. Signed, dated and inscribed by Stephen King. Signed by Author(s).

  • King, Stephen

    Published by Doubleday, Garden City, New York, 1975

    Seller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB, Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.
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    First edition with "Q37" present in gutter of page 439 and stated first edition on the copyright page of King's second novel. Octavo, original half cloth. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the title page, "For David- Best, Stephen King." Fine in a fine second state dust jacket (this one with corner clipper, price of "$7.95" and error "Father Cody", which was corrected in later printings) with a touch of shelfwear. Jacket art by Dave Christensen. An exceptional example. "Salem s Lot gave birth not only to gaggles of vampire stories but also all kinds of creepy works in general Salem s Lot, because of its genuineness, its verve, its originality, its willingness to reflect, expand and celebrate its sources, and, most importantly, its establishment of Stephen King as a pioneer in a field ripe for re-invention, was germinal and originative of the entire boom in horror fiction" (Horror 100 Best 72). It was nominated for the World Fantasy Award for Best Novel in 1976, and the Locus Award for the All-Time Best Fantasy Novel in 1987. It was adapted for television twice, both of which are three-hour miniseries. The 1979 version starring David Soul as Ben Mears was nominated for three primetime Emmys and an Edgar Award. The 2004 version starred Rob Lowe, which also received a primetime Emmy nomination.

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    King, Stephen

    Published by Doubleday, 1975

    Seller: First and Fine, Birmingham, United Kingdom
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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. Stephen King (1975) Salem s Lot , US first edition, first printing, first state with the rare first state dust jacket, published by Doubleday. All first issue points present: First Edition on the copyright page and Q37 gutter code on the last page as called for. First state dust jacket with Father Cody , and a price of $8.95 printed at the top corner of the front flap. Housed in a beautiful high quality custom made clamshell case which protects the books and the jacket on the shelf. Condition: a fine book in a near fine first state dust jacket. Clean boards without any bumps; no foxing whatsoever with clean white page block edges as shown. Internally clean, without any previous owners names, no stamps and no bookplates. Title lettering on the spine is vibrant and not rubbed out. The vast majority of the item s value lies in the exceptionally scarce first state dust jacket which is in near fine condition. It has been folded once in a straight line in the middle where the black background colour of the spine meets the white background colour of the rear panel. Also, there is a small insect nibble on the edge of the front flap as shown. Otherwise, there is no other chipping, nor any other damage. Provenance and Publication History: Salem s Lot , Stephen King s second novel, saw a relatively low print run of 20,000 copies. In total, three states of the dust jacket were printed. The first state jacket refers to Father Cody in the front flap text, and the price was set at $8.95 at the top right corner. At the last minute, the publisher decided that the price was too high for retail so the price was clipped and next to the cut a price of $7.95 was printed. A third state dust jacket also exists where the price is not clipped and shows the corrected price of $7.95, but the flap s text referes to Father Callahan instead of Father Cody . Returning to the first state dust jacket; nearly all first state dust jackets had been clipped and turned into the aforementioned second state version. Only a handful of those dust jackets were salvaged from the re-pricing process. There is no doubt about the authenticity of the dust jacket and we know the entire chain of ownership of this specimen offered here for sale, and the buyer will receive this information. We are very proud to be able to offer this book in exceptional condition with this beautiful and extremely rare dust jacket, widely considered as the Holy Grail by the Stephen King collecting community. Undoubtedly, this will be the cornerstone of any serious Stephen King first edition collection. Salem s Lot was nominated for the World Fantasy Award in 1976 and the Locus Award for all-time best fantasy novel. It remains one of King s most representative novel of his horror prose. King himself stated in several interviews that Salem s Lot is his personal favourite. The book is placed in a safety deposit box outside our premises First and Fine.