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    [Stephen King]. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. Frankenstein; or the Modern Prometheus. Introduction by Stephen King. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, [1983].

    First edition. Letter X of 26 limited edition lettered copies intended for private distribution and signed by Stephen King and illustrator Berni Wrightson on the limitation page. Quarto. 192 pages. Illustrated by Berni Wrightson.

    Publisher's black cloth with gilt and blue foil titles. Original glassine dust jacket. Housed in the publisher's blue paper slipcase and packed in original manila packing paper and original publisher's shipping box. Minimal shelf wear to the glassine jacket. Very light soiling to the slipcase. Fine condition.


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    June, 2008
    4th-5th Wednesday-Thursday
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