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Re: D M GRANT LITTLE SISTERS GUNSLINGER LTD EDITION .

Posted: Tue Feb 17, 2009 10:12 am
by jhanic
I just picked up my 2 AEs (#866 and #1273) and my s/l (#866) from the Post Office. No remarques, but I'm very happy with them. Fantastic productions!

John

Re: D M GRANT LITTLE SISTERS GUNSLINGER LTD EDITION .

Posted: Fri Mar 13, 2009 7:54 am
by MrLevity
Looks like my original theory was correct about Grants not selling as many as originally expected. Just received an email to let me know that i have won a chance in the lottery to buy a signed edition and an optional matching number artist edition. :D

Re: D M GRANT LITTLE SISTERS GUNSLINGER LTD EDITION .

Posted: Fri Mar 13, 2009 6:13 pm
by jhanic
Do you have a DTVII limited numbered from 1251 to 1500? If so, you got first chance for the drawing. I have two DTVII, #866 and #1273, and got LSOE #866. I decided to let someone else have the chance at the lottery instead of entering it with my #1273.

John

Re: D M GRANT LITTLE SISTERS GUNSLINGER LTD EDITION .

Posted: Sat Mar 14, 2009 12:34 pm
by MrLevity
John, my book is in the late 1300s. The only problem now ive been given an option to buy the book is the import duty im going to have to pay to get this into the UK.... damn those customs :cry:

Re: D M GRANT LITTLE SISTERS GUNSLINGER LTD EDITION .

Posted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 6:48 am
by TheCollector
This was in my mailbox today...actually dated Friday night, just saw it this morning though :) Thanks for the info John!... I'm guessing there will be a 2nd round as well.
Wanted to let you know (in case you didn't hear) that at least the first round of lottery winners for the deluxe Little Sisters of Eluria went out today. I was lucky to get selected this time - although with such a limited eligible group and the current state of the economy, I wouldn't be surprised if a good number were offered. And of course, they'll do additional drawings if these go unclaimed (I obviously jumped on mine!).

Keep up the great work on the site!

John S.

Re: D M GRANT LITTLE SISTERS GUNSLINGER LTD EDITION .

Posted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 6:59 am
by Mr. Rabbit Trick
MrLevity wrote:John, my book is in the late 1300s. The only problem now ive been given an option to buy the book is the import duty im going to have to pay to get this into the UK.... damn those customs :cry:
Hi MrLevity. I'm from the UK and can assure you there is no import duty on books to the UK.

(Books are VAT exempt)

Re: D M GRANT LITTLE SISTERS GUNSLINGER LTD EDITION .

Posted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 7:02 am
by Mr. Rabbit Trick
I think everyone who sent in their postcard, "won" the lottery. (I did). This book is not yet sold out.

Re: D M GRANT LITTLE SISTERS GUNSLINGER LTD EDITION .

Posted: Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:22 am
by MrLevity
Hi MrLevity. I'm from the UK and can assure you there is no import duty on books to the UK.
Thanks for the info Mr R.T, wheres my visa :D :D :D

Re: D M GRANT LITTLE SISTERS GUNSLINGER LTD EDITION .

Posted: Tue Mar 24, 2009 4:08 pm
by mjr092
My AE copy has a small drawing of the crimson king's sigul (sp?). You know, that eye ball-thing. Is this what a remarque is? Does it make it more valuable? Just curious.

Re: D M GRANT LITTLE SISTERS GUNSLINGER LTD EDITION .

Posted: Tue Mar 24, 2009 4:29 pm
by e_taylor
mjr092 wrote:My AE copy has a small drawing of the crimson king's sigul (sp?). You know, that eye ball-thing. Is this what a remarque is? Does it make it more valuable? Just curious.
Depending on the definition used, yes. BUT, in regards to the 40-50 remarques that MW did in copies of this edition, no.

I know for DTVII, such a drawing adds maybe $50 - it has yet to be seen what it adds for LSoE.

I have a copy with the KA symbol on eBay right now with an opening bid $35 above issue price. This one might be a good gauge for these smaller sketches.