WAS £250 SAVE £130 NOW £120Copy #16 of 50 SIGNED LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION in Embossed Slipcase accompanied by an exclusive portfolio of 14 plates (colour tip-in and cover colour plates plus 12 prints of preliminary sketches) enclosed in a special red foil blocked folder. FREE SHIPPING IN MAINLAND UK FOR THIS ITEMMore images from the book (click for larger pictures) ...
When this book was first printed in 2010 the publisher printed an extra 50 leather bound signed and numbered hardcovers with signed and numbered matching portfolio for contributors and staff. We have uncovered a few of these uncirculated editions. Each numbered PP/50 in mint condition. Offered for sale for the first time.
The highly collectable LEATHERBOUND SIGNED LIMITED edition, equal to the very best in illustrated classics. The finest craftsman, artists and designers have produced a masterpiece that promises to be at the heart of all good book collections.
This is the third book in a three volume set that covers all the Conan stories, textually restored and meticulously researched by Howard scholar Patrice Louinet. Conan was the blueprint for the entire sword and sorcery genre.
Profusely illustrated with 13 colour paintings and 52 tonal paintings specially commissioned from award-winning artist Gregory Manchess.
Gilt edged book complete in Slipcase with embossed color plate and dust jacket. Signed and numbered by Gregory Manchess.
Contains the following stories: The Servants of Bit-Yakin, Beyond the Black River, The Black Stranger, The Man-Eaters of Zamboula and Red Nails. Plus over 200 pages of never-before-seen material straight from the Robert E Howard archives: synopses, plot outlines, characters, initial drafts, original ideas -- everything Conan's creator ever wrote about the greatest barbarian adventurer of all time!Author:
Robert E HowardArtist:
Wandering Star/Book Palace Books, February 2010 First Edition (Out of Print)Number of pages:
Hard Cover in Slipcase; Full Colour illustrationsSize:
7" x 10" (172mm x 245mm)ISBN:
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