11/22/63

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Re: 11/22/63

Post by jhanic » Tue Oct 25, 2011 9:19 am

Ms Mod on the SKMB says that the announcement for the signed 11/22/63 will be made by Scribner on November 1. Finally!

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Re: 11/22/63

Post by TheCollector » Thu Oct 27, 2011 10:51 am

I'll keep my eyes glued to everywhere for the annoucement! VERY Exciting :mrgreen:

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Re: 11/22/63

Post by lophophoras » Tue Nov 01, 2011 8:59 am

Anybody heard anything yet?

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Re: 11/22/63

Post by thl » Tue Nov 01, 2011 11:23 am

US domestic only :( s**** you s&s...

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Re: 11/22/63

Post by jhanic » Tue Nov 01, 2011 12:12 pm

11/22/63 Signed, Limited Edition

The signed limited edition of 11/22/63 will go on sale at 9 AM ET on Tuesday, November 8th. This will be available on-line only through Simon & Schuster's web site. There will be a one book per customer limit, available to consumers only, no retail accounts. This is also limited to domestic US sales only.

Price $150 plus shipping & handling. Books ship immediately

Limited time offer. Available while supplies last.

* Signed by the Author
* Chapter opening photos
* Shrink-wrapped
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Re: 11/22/63

Post by Mr. Rabbit Trick » Wed Nov 02, 2011 12:26 am

From SKMB:

"My understanding is that 850 will be going on sale. There are more that were signed (1,000 total) that are being held back for author copies and for the publisher's use."

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Re: 11/22/63

Post by jhanic » Wed Nov 02, 2011 3:49 am

Thanks, Alan. I wonder if they will be numbered. I doubt it, but I'm hoping.

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Re: 11/22/63

Post by TheCollector » Wed Nov 02, 2011 7:49 am

From the SKMB
My understanding is that 850 will be going on sale. There are more that were signed (1,000 total) that are being held back for author copies and for the publisher's use."

Tip sheets are flat signed (which just means no personalization). They are not numbered editions, just signed and will not be personalized as they are being shipped out immediately and Steve does not have the time to personalize them in any case with the book tour coming up.

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Re: 11/22/63

Post by Mr. Rabbit Trick » Fri Nov 04, 2011 3:37 am

Here is the details of the UK version:

"Here's what I've been told by Hodder. They are releasing a collector's edition of 700 copies with DVD, a slipcase, and a facsimile signature (Stephen did not have time to sign copies). Their copies will be available through local bookshops but I was not given a list of specific book sellers."



Due to the "facsimile" signature only, I think this will be available on the secondary market for well below the issue price.

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Re: 11/22/63

Post by TheCollector » Fri Nov 04, 2011 7:00 am

Mr. Rabbit Trick wrote:Here is the details of the UK version:

...Due to the "facsimile" signature only, I think this will be available on the secondary market for well below the issue price.
I totally agree. This will be similar to how a gift edition holds onto value 70-90% of retail. The two things this edition has going for it over a typical gift edition would be the low print run and the fact it's in the UK added costs like shipping to the US may eat up a higher percentage of the markdown then usual.

(Sigh) boy I wish King had time to sign these. I'm fully expecting a much better product then the US edition otherwise.

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