Photos of It: The 25th Anniversary Special Edition by Stephen King Deluxe Lettered Edition

The Deluxe Lettered Edition of It: The 25th Anniversary Special Edition by Stephen King was limited to 52 signed and lettered copies. Please note that the traycase is such a deep black color that it shows up gray in most of these photos because of the white backdrop and because I’m not much of a photographer.

This custom-made Lettered Edition book features:

*  Cromwell Black Flanders Grain leather binding on spine

*  Asahi Japanese Bookcloth, Turquoise Blue for front and back cover binding

*  French Marbled endsheets

*  pages edged with hand-dipped silver gilding

*  hot-stamped with Black Matte and Silver Bright foils

*  Smyth sewn with cotton thread

*  cotton hinge cloth, sewn headbands, and black silk ribbon page marker

*  dust jacket with a different design than the other editions

This handmade, custom-made box features:

*  Black Matador with Lido Emboss covering material

*  Bridal Satin in a Sunflower color lining

*  Black Silkscreen print with silver foil stamp

*  box constructed with 100-point recycled chipboard

21 thoughts on “Photos of It: The 25th Anniversary Special Edition by Stephen King Deluxe Lettered Edition”

    1. Some collectors did ask for that option and we made the arrangements with the artists. Erin and Alan have completed their remarques and Glen is working on his now, but a hand injury set him back a bit.

  1. WOW! Gee maybe I’ll hit the lottery? I sure would love to own this most beautiful copy! It is just fantastic! Hope Glen’s hand heals quickly as we can’t afford to have such a fine artist such as himself out of commission for long. And Alan & Erin…………be careful…..don’t be getting hurt too! You guys (and gals) at CD are so very lucky to have such wonderful artists!

  2. Hi Brian, I have been waiting for ‘IT’ to be delivered for over a year! This will be the crown in my collection. It looks like it does not disappoint.

    I am not a fan of Remarque in a book. The author in this case King approved the look and now gets defaced. It reminds me of graffiti on a building. It takes away not adds to it.

    What are your thoughts?

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