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The Wind Through the Keyhole
(335 pages - © April 24th 2012)

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton

Signed Edition: 200

Facsimile Edition: 700



Just after Sunset UK Limited Edition

Limited Edition Slipcase


  • A Limited edition of 200 numbered copies signed by Stephen King, with deluxe binding, slipcase and six colour drawings, multiple black and white illustrations and coloured endpapers by Jae Lee.. Original issue price £150. Current value $900 - $1,200

  • A limited edition of 700 numbered copies that are essentially identical in appearance to the 200 copy edition, but has a facsimilie signature instead of being signed personally by King. Original issue price £100. Current value $175 - $250

  • A Hodder & Stoughton’s limited sold by W H Smiths Bookstore: Not realy a limited in the same way as the above editions....This is essentially a 1st trade edtion with sticker saying "Exclusive Limited Edition including one colour plate by Jae Lee" (the color plate is of a boy holding an axe on top of a reptile's head) and a sticker on the front saying “Collector’s Edition Exclusive to WHSmith”. It only has that color illustration. Original issue price £20 Current value $50-$75

Values for TWTTKH last updated - April 2023

The 200 copy edition sold by both Waterstones and Hatchards. 150 of these were to be old at the bookstores and 50 reserved for internet purchases. Although not scheduled to be sold until April 24th the collecting community forged ahead and tried (with decent sucess) to pre-order copies in person, over the phone and via the internet.

By the time the "offical" release date rolled around over 160 copies had been reserved, leaving less then 40 available online. Those copies sold out in minutes, although the Website was not setup to deduct inventory in real time so it took a couple days for people to get offical notices of sucess...or failure.

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