In May, eBay's highest book sales trended downward as schools ended and summer neared. Fiction topped out at $1,802.77, passed by the #1 non-fiction at $3,000. Two Arkham house publications from the 1940s were sold by the same author and at the same price. In non-fiction, relative newcomers with feedback of 4, 24, and 44 scored big. Two copies of the ever popular Margin of Safety were sold. One went for $3000 and the other for $1000.
|#1||$1,802.77||Signed THE STAND by Stephen King Limited Coffin Edition|
|#2||$1,325.01||Planescape Sketchbook TSR 1994 Knutson Conceptual AD&D|
|#3 tie||$1,249.95||MARGINALIA H P LOVECRAFT ARKHAM 1ST ED HC DJ 1944|
|#3 tie||$1,249.95||HOUNDS OF TINDALOS SIGNED BY FRANK LONG ARKHAM 1946 1ST|
|#5 tie||$1,200.00||Easton Press Belgariad all with David Eddings signature|
|#5 tie||$1,200.00||NEW MOON STEPHENIE MEYER SIGNED 1ST first twilight !!|
|#7||$1,025.00||Agatha Christie Murder on the Orient Express HC 1st UK|
|#8||$999.99||Cormac McCarthy BLOOD MERIDIAN *FIRST EDITION* HARDBACK|
|#9||$850.00 tie||Child Christopher and Goldilind 1895 2 vol rare x box|
|#9||$850.00 tie||THE LAST BATTLE C.S. LEWIS SIGNED|
Listed in like new condition, the 1990 signed limited edition is #1230 of 1250 and sold after 13 bids.
The Planescape Sketchbook
Dana M. Knutson
The 1994 like new copy sold for $1,325.01 after 16 bids.
Arkham House published 2035 copies in 1944. Listed for $1,249.95, it sold as a BIN.
Hounds of Tindalos
Another Arkham publications, this one from 1946, sold for $1,295.95 sold as a BIN.
The signed 1st edition in like new condition sold as a Best Offer.
Pawn of Prophecy
Queen of Sorcery
Castle of Wizardry
The 5-vol. Easton Press set was signed in each volume by the author. Listed in brand new condition, it sold as a BIN.
Murder on the Orient Express
22 bids took the good condition 1934 hardcoveer to $1,025.00.
Thee 1st edition in like new edition sold on a single bid of $999.99.
Goldilind the Fair
Published by Morris' Kelmscott Press in 1895, this 2-volume set in a box is among the 600 printed. Listed in new fine condition, it sold as a Best Offer.
The Last Battle
Listed by a Canadian seller, the 1956 signed first edition "came from the Arthur C Clarke estate in Sri Lanka." It sold as a Best Offer.
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