REMARQUED LEATHERBOUND LIMITED EDITION #34 of 50 SIGNED NUMBERED copies. Each copy has personal unique Hand-drawn sketch by Greg drawn on the bound-in Signature Plate plus a SIGNED NUMBER Portfolio of 14 plates in a special red foil blocked folder.Was £600 SAVE £405 Now £195 Click to see extracts from Conan of Cimmeria Volume 3 Click for more images from the book ...
Greg Manchess has personally remarqued 50 leatherbound copies with a different unique hand-drawn sketch on the signed and numbered Signature Plate that is bound-in to the book.
Each book is numbered R1/50 - 50/50 and most of this edition was given away to contributors to the series, but we have less than 25 copies available for sale to the public of this rarest edition.
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!
A VERY RARE opportunity to own an unique limited edition of the Complete Conan of Cimmeria Volume 3.Author:
Robert E HowardArtist:
Wandering Star/Book Palace Books, February 2010 First EditionNumber of pages:
Hard Cover; Full Colour illustrationsSize:
7" x 10" (172mm x 245mm)ISBN:
1907081046 & 9781907081040