Plume DT 2 ARC

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Plume DT 2 ARC

Post by mulleins » Sun Mar 01, 2009 2:20 pm

The Dark Tower 2: The Drawing Of The Three. Plume 1989. First Edition. Original Wraps. Advance Reading Copy (ARC). Fine.

Anyone know the value of one? I paid $80 for one and, well, just want to feel good about my purchase. Be honest with me, did I pay too much?

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Re: Plume DT 2 ARC

Post by jhanic » Sun Mar 01, 2009 3:29 pm

I paid $87 for my copy (that included shipping) a while ago. I'd say you did okay.

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Re: Plume DT 2 ARC

Post by mulleins » Sun Mar 01, 2009 3:38 pm

jhanic wrote:I paid $87 for my copy (that included shipping) a while ago. I'd say you did okay.

John
Thanks John. With shipping it was around $86. I feel good about it now :lol:

I wonder how many of these are out there?

I bought the UK Bag of Bones ARC in slipcase for $70 at the same time. That one I probably did pay too much but I love the holographic type cover and the teal slipcase.

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Re: Plume DT 2 ARC

Post by e_taylor » Sun Mar 01, 2009 3:43 pm

Ralph - based on the picture you posted I assume you got them from Greg? If so, the little bit extra you may have spent on Bag of Bones will be well worth it as he describes everything VERY conservatively. I've never had something come from him in the same condition it was described - always much better. Congrats on the acquisition!

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Re: Plume DT 2 ARC

Post by mulleins » Sun Mar 01, 2009 4:57 pm

e_taylor wrote:Ralph - based on the picture you posted I assume you got them from Greg? If so, the little bit extra you may have spent on Bag of Bones will be well worth it as he describes everything VERY conservatively. I've never had something come from him in the same condition it was described - always much better. Congrats on the acquisition!
Yep, Greg is the culprit :D

Great guy to deal with.

I'm very happy with the goodies coming.

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