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Easton Press Deluxe Limited Editions Signed by the Illustrator Series

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Edited: Mar 12, 12:42pm Top

Photo provided by hamletscamaro!

1 -- 2335 -- Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs: /800, 3@$89.00 ($267.00)
Announced: 10/1/2012 -- Shipped: 12/14/2012 -- Sold Out: 2014
LT Discussion: Tarzan
Photo Album: Tarzan
Illustrator's Website: Eggleton
**Signed by artist Bob Eggleton**

2 -- 2770 -- A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens: /1200, 3@$89.00 ($267.00)
Announced: 8/2013 -- Shipped: 11/11/2013 -- Sold Out: Yes
WayBackMachine: Carol
LT Discussion: Carol
Photo Album: Carol
Illustrator's Website: Caniglia
Other Sites: Caniglia
**Signed by artist Caniglia**

3 -- 2871 -- The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle: /1200, 3@$89.00 ($267.00)
Announced: 10/2013 -- Shipped: 12/2013 -- Sold Out: 12/31/2018
Easton Press Site: Baskervilles
LT Discussion: Baskervilles
Photo Album: Baskervilles
Illustrator's Website: Stewart
**Signed by artist Matthew Stewart**

4 -- 2870 -- Dracula by Bram Stoker: /1200, 4@$69.00 ($276.00)
Announced: 5/2014 -- Shipped: 6/2014 -- Sold Out: Yes -- Second half Printed: 11/08/2018 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press: Dracula
LT Discussion: Dracula
Photo Album: Dracula
Illustrator's Website: Berry
**Signed by artist Rick Berry**

5 --2986 -- Stories & Poems by Edgar Allan Poe: /1200, 4@$59.00 ($236.00)
Announced: 10/2014 -- Shipped: 11/2014 -- Sold Out: 8/20/2018
LT Discussion: Poe
Photo Album: Poe
Illustrator's Website: Palencar
Other Sites: Palencar
**Signed by artist John Jude Palencar**

6 -- 2968 -- The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells: /1200, 4@$69.00 ($276.00)
Announced: 6/2015 -- Shipped: 7/2015 -- Sold Out: Yes
LT Discussion: War, War
Photo Album: War
Illustrator's Website: Targete
**Signed by artist Jean Pierre Targete**

7 -- 3061 -- Dante Alighieri’s Inferno: /1200, 4@$89.00 ($356.00)
Announced: 10/2015 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press Site: Inferno
LT Discussion: Inferno
Photo Album: Inferno
Illustrator's Website: Burckhardt
**Signed by artist Marc Burckhardt**

8 -- 3202 -- O. Henry Stories: /1200, 3@$125.00 ($375.00)
Announced: 3/2016 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press Site: O Henry
LT Discussion: O Henry
Photo Album: O Henry
Illustrator's Website: Caniglia
Other Sites: Caniglia
**Signed by artist Caniglia**

9 -- 3113 -- Gilgamesh: /1200, 4@$74.00 ($296.00)
Announced: 5/2016 -- Shipped: 7/2016 -- Sold Out:
Easton Press Site: Gilgamesh
LT Discussion: Gilgamesh
Photo Album: Gilgamesh
Illustrator's Website: Yanovskaya
Other Sites: Behance
**Signed by artist Rebecca Yanovskaya**
**Signed by translator Stephen Mitchell**

10 -- 3515 -- The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson: /1200, 5@$75.00 ($375.00)
Announced: 8/2016 -- Sold Out:
Easton Press Site: Jekyll Hyde
LT Discussion: Jekyll, Hyde
Photo Album: Jekyll Hyde
Illustrator's Website: Colucci
**Signed by artist Alejandro Colucci**

11 -- 2879 -- The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka: /1200 5@$79.00 ($395.00)
Announced:11/2016 -- Sold Out:
Easton Press Site: Metamorphosis
LT Discussion: Metamorphosis
Photo Album: Metamorphosis
Illustrator's Website: Despain
YouTube Interview: Despain
**Signed by artist Brian Despain**

12 -- 3293 -- The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli: /1200, 4@$85.00 ($340.00)
Announced: 3/2017 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press Site: The Prince
LT Discussion: The Prince
Photo Album: The Prince
Illustrator's Website: Ho
**Signed by artist David Ho**

13 -- 3304 -- Animal Farm by George Orwell: /1200, 4@$84.00 ($336.00)
Announced: 5/2017 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press Site: Animal Farm
LT Discussion: Animal Farm
Photo Album: Animal Farm
Illustrator's Website: Mayer
Other Sites: Animal Farm
**Signed by artist Bill Mayer**

14 -- 3190 -- The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux: /1200, 5@$75.00 ($375.00)
Announced: 8/2017 -- Sold Out: 7/10/2018 -- Second Half Announced: 1/14/2019 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press: Phantom
LT Discussion: Phantom
Photo Album: Phantom
Illustrator Website: Gerard
**Signed by artist Annie Stegg Gerard**

15 -- 3298 -- The Island of Doctor Moreau by H G Wells: /1200, 5@$79.00 ($395.00)
Announced: 9/2017 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press Site: Doctor Moreau
LT Discussion: Doctor Moreau
Photo Album: Doctor Moreau
Illustrator's Website: Stevanovic
**Signed by artist Ivica Stevanovic**

16 -- 3240 -- The Tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare: /1200, 4@$99.00 ($396.00)
Announced: 10/26/2017 -- Shipped: 11/2017 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press Site: Macbeth
LT Discussion: Macbeth
Photo Album: Macbeth
Illustrator's Website: Hillestad
**Signed by artist Luke Hillestad**

17 -- 3336 -- Beowulf Translated by Frederick Rebsamen: /1200, 5@$65.00 ($325.00)
Announced: 12/1/2017 -- Shipped: 1/31/2018 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press Site: Beowulf
LT Discussion: Beowulf
YouTube: Beowulf
Photo Album: Beowulf
Illustrator's Website: Lossel
**Signed by artist Yoann Lossel**

18 -- 3378 -- A Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne: /1200, 5@$73.00 ($365.00)
Announce: 5/21/2018 -- Shipped: 5/2018 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press Site: Journey
LT Discussion: Journey
Photo Album: Journey
Illustrator's Website: Araya
**Signed by artist Samuel Araya**

19 -- 3377 -- Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell: /1200, 5@$75.00 ($375.00)
Announced: 5/24/2018 (6/18/2018) -- Shipped: 9/2018 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press Site: 1984
LT Discussion: 1984
Photo Album: 1984
Illustrator's Website: Waldman
**Signed by artist Bruce Waldman**

20 -- 3213 -- The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K LeGuin: /1200, 4@$67.50 ($270.00)
Announced: 11/08/2018 -- Shipped: 12/18/2018 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press Site: Left Hand
LT Discussion: Left Hand
Photo Album: Left Hand
Illustrator's Website: Lemen
**Signed by Ursula LeGuin and artist Vanessa Lemen**

21 -- 3376 -- Jason and the Argonauts by Apollonius of Rhodes: /1200, 5@$73.00 ($365.00)
Announced: 12/6/2018 -- Shipped: 1/2019 -- Sold Out: In Stock
Easton Press Site: Argonauts
LT Discussion: Argonauts
Photo Album: Argonauts
Illustrator's Website: Komarck
**Signed by artist Michael Komarck**

Jan 8, 2018, 12:55pm Top


Jan 8, 2018, 1:09pm Top

Thanks >1 Wootle: This list will be very helpful.

Jan 8, 2018, 1:26pm Top

>1 Wootle:
Thank you!

Jan 8, 2018, 4:29pm Top

>1 Wootle: Thanks

Jan 9, 2018, 4:01pm Top

>1 Wootle: This is fantastic! Thank you!

Jan 13, 2018, 12:38am Top

Vote: Do you like the thumbnails at the top of the page?

Current tally: Yes 12, No 0
Chime in with your opinion as to where the thumbnail link should lead. Choices are:

To the photo album, which is where they lead now.
To the LT discussion page.
To the Easton Press page. Some have been deleted from their catalog.
Somewhere else.

Is anyone having a delay in load time?

Jan 13, 2018, 1:42am Top

I almost wish you were building more of a dedicated Wikipedia-like site for this stuff - one with a limited number of approved editors, which wouldn't include EP personnel. What you've done is great for LT, but LT's facilities are too limiting and/or cumbersome. I'll vote Yes but would rather see a bigger, more comprehensive, and more versatile datastore built.

Jan 13, 2018, 1:51am Top

>7 Wootle: I like the thumbnails linking to the photo album like they do now. Thanks for all the time you put into this!

Jan 13, 2018, 8:59am Top

>7 Wootle: Excellent work! The quick thumbs carry the user straight to the whole volume file. Hopefully, IMGUR stays around for a long time. Thank You Wootle for all the effort.

Jan 13, 2018, 9:33am Top

I almost voted "No", since I am an idealist who cares more about the written word, and the content of the book is more important than any superfluous ornamentation added by photos.

Oh, come on! We all love the photos! If we were all extremely practical we would all be buying Penguin Classic paperbacks and none of us would be on this forum. We like the pictures, the feel, the look of visual feast of these books. We want to see a beautiful book, feel the added luxury of the leather and heavy weight textured paper, enjoy the quality illustrations; it all adds to the reading experience. We buy these DLEs to make enjoyment of these books as much of an experience as we can possibly have. If I could read each one while sitting on a beach in Barbados, or sitting in the Bodleian Library at Oxford, I would.

So yes, we love the photos, Wootle. Thank you so much for adding the additional thumbnails of each. With a mere title, I could possibly confuse it with an older publication, but with the thumbnail I instantly recall each book.

This is a tremendous resource. So thank you for taking the time and effort to put all this together. If I could vote "Yes" more than once, I would. So yes, this is definitely a "YES" vote from me!

Now if you can simply subsidize my purchase of the books you list... :)

Edited: Jan 13, 2018, 9:44am Top

I must be missing something, >7 Wootle: When I click on the thumbnail, I get an enlarged version of that photo, but it doesn't lead me anywhere else. Is it supposed to?

Update: I figured it out. Clicking on a thumbnail at the top gets me the full library, but clicking on the thumbnail in the individual description doesn't. I need more chocolate.

Jan 13, 2018, 2:08pm Top

>8 treereader:

I forgot LT had a Wiki feature when I wrote this but I've also never tried to use it to add or edit content. It may or may not be too cumbersome to use.

Jan 13, 2018, 5:36pm Top

The thumbnails are awesome! You have created an invaluable resource for Easton Press collectors. Thank you!

Edited: Jan 16, 2018, 4:49pm Top

*Moved to another thread*

Jan 16, 2018, 1:48pm Top

>15 TeaAndHoney: Going to address this on the other thread.

Feb 18, 2018, 10:57pm Top

Moving to the top.

Feb 18, 2018, 11:15pm Top

Thumbnails look great

Feb 18, 2018, 11:29pm Top

>18 GOBOGIE: Do we want them on the main thread? Or just to busy having 140+ of them together?

Feb 18, 2018, 11:49pm Top

What do you have in mind? Breaking them into 2 or 3 posts by date?

EP seems to be slowing down with the DLEs. A couple of months ago there were 72 for sale, but there are just 68 now with several on the limited quantities list. Maybe it’s seasonal.

Feb 18, 2018, 11:58pm Top

Just put the 50 at the top of each post. Or, put all 140+ at the top of the first one.

Feb 19, 2018, 9:00am Top

I would think (gets me in trouble a lot) that breaking them up into 50 would be easier to navigate

Mar 28, 2018, 11:20pm Top

I've added a few new links to the above listings, mainly illustrator websites. Hopefully you will find them useful. Please report any bad links so I can repair them.

Mar 31, 2018, 4:20pm Top

>23 Wootle: The links to the illustrator websites are fantastic! I can't thank you enough!

Edited: Apr 3, 2018, 12:38pm Top

Having now had an opportunity to personally view 7 of the 17 books in this series, I’d like to make a general comment. It is almost certain that it is the finest set EP has ever produced. The cover designs, the pictorial slipcases, the outstanding art, the quality of the paper and print, and the sometimes unique endpaper designs make them uniformly gorgeous, and the signatures will be an added bonus for many collectors.

The downside, of course, is that they are pricey. The first half-dozen were priced in the $200-$300 range, but later the ones have been around $100 more. While not an insignificant investment for most of us, EP’s practice of publishing only about 3 new ones each year makes collecting a full set feasible. Most are still available, while the older ones go for $400-$500 on eBay.

Kudos to Easton Press for doing it right.

Apr 10, 2018, 5:46pm Top

Moving to the top.

Apr 10, 2018, 5:54pm Top

>25 jroger1: So which is the nicest volume in your opinion, not factoring in price?

Apr 10, 2018, 6:18pm Top

>25 jroger1:
It’s really tough to pick a favorite. I’m a sucker for colorful art such as Tarzan and Doctor Moreau, but I really love the painting of the hound in Baskerville. The gray-toned paper in Baskerville seems to be controversial, but I think it adds to the mysterious atmosphere of the story.

Apr 10, 2018, 6:20pm Top

>25 jroger1:, >27 Wootle:, I can't speak for jroger1, but my favorite is probably the Hound of the Baskervilles. For me, it had the best mix of artwork I really liked, nice paper, print, etc. I've written a couple of times about it so I won't repeat. I have 6 of the 17 (Christmas Carol, Hound of the Baskervilles, Dracula, Poe, War of the Worlds, O'Henry), I agree that I quite like the series, not all of the artwork is my favorite. As these are larger format and aren't the longest stories, they have printed these on very nice paper, which for me is half the draw. I enjoy the tactile experience as I read the books. They are a bit pricey, which is why I don't have more, but I do have another 4 on my short list that I plan to pick up in between other acquisitions. We'll see if they hold out. I know Metamorphosis is already on the Limited Quantities list.

Apr 10, 2018, 6:22pm Top

>28 jroger1:, apparently we were typing at the same time. But I'm glad to see we agree. Which also makes me amazed that this volume has not yet sold out. Great story, great book, and one of the better prices in the series.

Apr 10, 2018, 6:23pm Top

I was thinking of trying to find the budget for Metamorphosis before it sells out. I like the illustrations in that one.

Apr 10, 2018, 6:25pm Top

>31 Wootle:
I ordered that one in the current promotion. Once we get them, we can compare notes.

Apr 11, 2018, 3:52pm Top

My vote would probably go to Tarzan. This DLE was released to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the book. More importantly, you don't see many "fine" editions of Tarzan despite the popularity. And by "many" -this is the only fine edition I know of. Also, Bob Eggleston is a well respected master illustrator.

Apr 11, 2018, 5:45pm Top

There are a few anomalies in this series worth noting, though none is terribly serious. I’ve mentioned elsewhere that The Prince is the only nonfiction text. Tarzan is the only one with a limitation of 800, all the others being 1,200. And Dracula is the only one not 11 inches high; it is only 10 inches and would look out of place shelved with the others.

Apr 11, 2018, 8:42pm Top

>33 astropi: Now you are making me wish I hadn't skipped this edition. Believe me, I don't need more excuses to spend more money on these books.

Apr 11, 2018, 9:53pm Top

>34 jroger1:

Dracula also looked out of place crawling along the stone walls of the outside of his castle.

Apr 11, 2018, 11:08pm Top

>36 treereader:, And it is generally true that people where shorter on average several hundred years ago, so it could be said that Dracula might look out of place in a crowd of modern taller people. So from that perspective the book height may be reflective of possible height disparity, so I am fine with the difference.

Edited: Apr 11, 2018, 11:24pm Top

37: dang! haha, I like that argument... so what do you do for a living? ;)

ps you should definitely acquire the Tarzan DLE!

Apr 11, 2018, 11:30pm Top

>38 astropi: Late night logic. :)

I believe we had a profession thread some time back.

I work in IT, which means I am out of place with my English degrees and constant flow of books into the office. A fact if which many of my coworkers often remind me when a make some obscure comment at the office. However, I believe work should be fun, and some people are simply way too serious. :)

Apr 24, 2018, 2:04am Top

Last year 6 new illustrator-signed DLEs were announced. None have been announced this year so far, but it’s early.

Apr 24, 2018, 10:12am Top

>40 jroger1: I've been looking every week lately too see if something new has come up.....This year I'm hoping for Frankenstein, Romeo and Juliet!

Apr 24, 2018, 10:24am Top

Frankenstein would be great, let's make it happen, but not at $400.

Apr 24, 2018, 6:29pm Top

I actually would not vote for Frankenstein, because I feel it's been done SO often. Besides, no one will do better Frankenstein illustrations than Lynd Ward, so why bother? ;)

I personally would love to see less well-known books that deserve the deluxe treatment!

Edited: Apr 24, 2018, 6:56pm Top

>43 astropi: We all have different opinions, personally I think it would be extraordinary with commissioned artwork, one of a kind for sure just as all EPs commission illustrated DLEs! I'm keeping my fingers crossed ;)

Edited: Apr 24, 2018, 10:34pm Top

They’ve already done one honoring that most esteemed of political scientists, Niccolo Machiavelli, so why not one celebrating our most beloved mass murderer, Charles Manson? I vote for Helter Skelter by Vincent Bugliosi. And Frankenstein.

Apr 24, 2018, 9:44pm Top

45: Right on, I would have loved to have seen an author signed Helter Skelter! Not a DLE personally, but a normal signed edition would have been perfect.

Apr 24, 2018, 10:13pm Top

>46 astropi:
Believe it or not, there was one. Abe.com lists a few for sale.

Apr 25, 2018, 7:42am Top

Thank you, I did not know!

Apr 25, 2018, 10:10am Top

>48 astropi:
I’m sure a talented artist could create some really eye-catching illustrations depicting the murders!

Apr 25, 2018, 11:06am Top

49: I always liked the classic pulp illustrations done for pulp murder stories. For example (found image online, I don't know whom the artist is):

Edited: Apr 25, 2018, 11:29am Top

May 5, 2018, 6:41pm Top

Six titles announced in 2017, 0 in 2018. Is this series finished?

May 5, 2018, 6:52pm Top

I hope NOT!!!! These books are gorgeous in every way, beautiful illustrations, one of a kind for sure!

Edited: May 5, 2018, 8:34pm Top

>52 Wootle:
The whole DLE series may be in trouble. 72 available in December, 62 now, and 13 on the endangered list.

May 5, 2018, 8:45pm Top

>54 jroger1: I don't think so. We've had 4 announced this year, which is about one a month, which used to be fairly typical or even a little faster than normal. Members used to complain about so many so fast, but now that there is such a variance of titles, nobody seems to want all of them but rather pick and choose, it's a decent rate of release.

I would like to see them drop it to six a year and be pickier about what gets produced and make better editions the way they used to, and occasionally still do.

With so many on the endangered list, perhaps they are shortening the limitation on some of the slower sellers.

May 5, 2018, 8:48pm Top

So I took the plunge and bought my first volume in this series. Hopefully I will like it enough to want to collect all of them.

May 5, 2018, 9:16pm Top

>56 Wootle:
I’ve got the bug for these too. I now have 10 of them and would like to get 2 or 3 more. Several just don’t interest me, though. If anyone knows where I can pick up “A Christmas Carol,” the one signed by artist Caniglia, I’d love to know about it. I never see it advertised.

I’m sorry love2read is having trouble with Jekyll and Hyde. It’s the first issue I’ve heard of in this series.

May 5, 2018, 9:37pm Top

>57 jroger1: Which ones do you not want?

Probably The Prince would be the only one I see right off that doesn't interest me. Perhaps Macbeth.

Christmas Carol is a tough one. Looks like one sold in Feb though, so it does come up.

Edited: May 5, 2018, 9:58pm Top

>58 Wootle:
The Prince is one that doesn’t interest me. Also, O Henry doesn’t fit the horror/fantasy/sci-fi theme of the series. Neither does Animal Farm really, as it is more like satire/philosophy. And I already have a very nice Beowulf from Folio Society.

Do you know how much Christmas Carol sold for in February?

Edited: May 5, 2018, 10:29pm Top

Christmas Carol sold somewhere between $354-362. The best offer is hard to pin down unless it falls between many other sales. I do know of copies selling for much less in the last year however.

Edit: With a little more research it appears to have sold for $360.

Edited: May 5, 2018, 10:44pm Top

>60 Wootle:
Thanks. Sometime I need to learn to do that myself!

Edited: May 6, 2018, 11:16am Top

>52 Wootle: "Six titles announced in 2017, 0 in 2018. Is this series finished?"

My worry exactly. I will be shocked if they don't at least produce Frankenstein for the 200th anniversary. I think this is the best series they have ever done. I recently obtained Tarzan, and WOW! I think it's the best in the series by far. When I ordered it I didn't realize every chapter had a header illustration, plus the illustrated endpapers are stunning. The book also has the best quality, soft leather IMO. I wish Easton used the same leather on all the books in this series. Everything about this edition just seems like the quality is better than the others I have seen in person or own. Great story too. This is my first time reading it. I'm half way through it, and I can't wait to get home to see how it ends. It's a real page turner for me. I pick it up for only $295 from Abebooks and it was completely worth it.

May 6, 2018, 11:24am Top

>62 NotDownInAnyMap:
I agree it’s their best series, but not all of them have headpieces or designer end pages.

Edited: May 6, 2018, 12:23pm Top

>63 jroger1: Right. I was just referring to Tarzan. I wish they all had unique chapter headpieces and designer end pages, but I believe Tarzan is the only edition with both features.

P.S. by "unique chapter headpieces" I mean each chapter has a different illustration, not one that is duplicated like in Phantom of the Opera for example.

May 6, 2018, 1:33pm Top

>62 NotDownInAnyMap: I'm waiting for Frankenstein as well.....I can't imagine EP missing the 200th anniversary!

May 8, 2018, 3:30pm Top

Countdown for The Hound of the Baskervilles...100 copies left!

May 8, 2018, 3:58pm Top

>66 Love2Read.: I had a feeling it was nearly sold out. I'm glad I got a copy! One of the best, and finest quality in this series.

May 8, 2018, 4:12pm Top

>66 Love2Read.: >67 NotDownInAnyMap:
I want a watchdog just like that one (who won’t eat leather). I’ll train it to sniff out and snuff out perpetrators of spam and scam.

May 8, 2018, 7:57pm Top

May 21, 2018, 5:35pm Top

I was able to track down the flyer for Dracula today and have uploaded it to the album. If anyone has flyers for:

Tarzan of the Apes
A Christmas Carol
The War of the Worlds

I would be very happy if they could make them available. You can email them to me or post them in their respective threads if possible.

Aug 16, 2018, 4:30pm Top

Moving to the top.

Aug 18, 2018, 12:57pm Top

Bipity Bop

Oct 5, 2018, 9:15pm Top

BTW, since the new catalog has Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde listed as "Last Chance" I called and ordered my copy. They had about 60 copies left.

Oct 5, 2018, 9:53pm Top

>73 hamletscamaro: Good to know. Guess I'll have to do the same next week. Don't want to miss that one.

Edited: Oct 28, 2018, 3:16pm Top

Inferno is out of stock but will apparently get another print run. Availability is shown for November.

Edited: Nov 21, 2018, 11:13am Top

So EP has already put Dr. Moreau on sale at 10% and Macbeth on sale at 20%, do we think we might get any more DLE's included in the Black Friday sale? These had both been on my list and been bumped up when on sale.

I had been on the fence about Dr. Moreau, but had been warming on the illustrations. When it went on sale I thought I would bite.
Macbeth on sale was a no brainer for me. However, I think with the higher price had not been moving for them. Since EP never changes the price on a book (except sales) I wonder if this was simply priced too high for their customers.

If you missed these, they will be back on sale Friday.

Also, thanks again to Wootle, for keeping these lists up to date on the various collections.

EDIT: Corrected my "King Lear" to "Macbeth".

Edited: Jan 19, 5:56pm Top

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Nov 21, 2018, 12:30pm Top

>77 supercell:, yes, I should have listed Macbeth, and corrected my original posting. I have King Lear on the brain since I just finished re-reading the play before watching the new Anthony Hopkins movie.

As you say, I don't think they will list Metamorphosis since that is down to 57 copies on the limited quantities page. I wouldn't be surprised to see The Prince, as I haven't even heard anyone here say that they have purchased it. Maybe I am forgetting a thread.

So yes, possible one more in this year's sale, possibly O-Henry (which I do have and with which I am very pleased), and the Prince would be the other option. But since thy already have 2, possibly not.

Nov 21, 2018, 1:08pm Top

I would like to take advantage of the sale, but I have to pick up Baskervilles before it sales out, which will be coming up in the next couple of months. And then Jekyll and Hyde shortly after that, even though that is probably only the first half printing.

Nov 23, 2018, 10:17pm Top

Phantom of the Opera sold out without ever having gone on to the Limited Quantities page. Other books have done this, so this may not be an indication of anything, but we were talking and wondering if it was only the first half of the print run that sold out. Does anyone here have any edition from 601 to 1200? We're thinking this may yet come back.


Nov 23, 2018, 10:22pm Top

>80 hamletscamaro: Check my poll on the Phantom page.

Nov 23, 2018, 10:26pm Top

>81 Wootle:, you beat me to it. I hadn't caught up with the new messages. Lets see what people say.

I did want to pick up this volume and was surprised it sold out so quickly. I'm hoping this was simply the first half of the run.

Thanks for posting the pole.

Nov 23, 2018, 10:31pm Top

>82 hamletscamaro: I really have a hard time believing an eleven month sell-out for 1200 copies. I suppose it is possible. The poll looks like some over 600 votes. So we may be late to the party.

Dec 10, 2018, 11:00pm Top

>82 hamletscamaro: has been kind enough to take a group photo for us. It's at the top in case you shot past it.

Edited: Dec 12, 2018, 9:56am Top

>84 Wootle:, thanks! If anyone is a professional photographer and wants to swing by my house for a better photo, let me know. :)

I'll take a new photo once I have recovered from Black Friday and can order a couple more books.

I placed the volumes (for those I have ordered) in the order of their release for ease of reference. If anyone has a more complete collection and is willing to take a photo, I'm more than willing to have my photo replaced.

Jan 15, 2:39pm Top

Many of you probably received this email from EP. For those who didn’t:

“Easton Press is proud to announce that artwork from three of our recent books was selected for inclusion in
Spectrum 25: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art!

“Spectrum is the premier showcase for the most extraordinary fantastic art being produced today.

“This year Spectrum included art from The Phantom of the Opera illustrated by Annie Stegg Gerard, Beowulf illustrated by Yoann Lossel and A Journey to the Center of the Earth illustrated by Sam Araya.

“Easton’s deluxe illustrated leather-bound editions – signed by the artists – are some of the most prestigious editions currently being produced. We are proud to see our artists achieve the recognition they so richly deserve.

“Congratulations to all of them!”

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