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Dark Tower books 1-7

Rather than having a sale through The Haven Foundation's store due to the uniqueness of this listing, First Trade Editions (released in 2003/2004) of volumes 1-7 of The Dark Tower, (The Gunslinger is the Viking hardcover First Trade Edition of the revised and expanded version), all signed by Stephen King are now being auctioned on Ebay,

Thought if anyone was interested they could check it out. I personally can't afford that, but someone else might be able to.
The Dark River by John Twelve Hawks sequel to The Traveler.
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Re: Dark Tower books 1-7

Sold for $7,400.
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