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    Stephen King. Christine. West Kingston, Rhode Island: Donald M. Grant, Publisher Inc., [1983]. First edition, number 466 of 1,000 limited edition copies signed by the author and illustrator, Stephen Gervais on the limitation page. Octavo. 544 pages. Publisher's red cloth with silver titles and decoration on the spine and front board. Original pictorial dust jacket. Housed in the original red cloth slipcase. Tiny chip at the spine tail, otherwise a fine copy. From the collection of first fan, Jack Cordes.

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    February, 2012
    8th Wednesday
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