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MY PRETTY PONY

by King, Stephen

Condition: Fine


WHITNEY, 1989. AS NEW NEVER OPENED. First edition. 1/250 non-numbered copies [of a total edition of 280 copies, the remaining 30 copies being author/artist contributor copies numbered in Roman Numerals] signed by both Stephen King and Barbara Kruger on the signature/limitation/colophon page at the rear of the book. Very oversize [roughly 14" x 21"] and quite heavy volume, red leather spine with solid metal faced "boards" binding. Signed. FIRST. Fine. Book.


  • Bookseller: VAGABOND BOOKS US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: LD 2/19
  • Title: MY PRETTY PONY
  • Author: King, Stephen
  • Book condition: Used - Fine
  • Edition: FIRST
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: WHITNEY
  • Date published: 1989


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