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Roy Krenkel
Swordsmen and Saurians Slipcase Edition (Signed) (Limited Edition)
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Unique personal sketch by Krenkel, Signed and Numbered (click for bigger picture)
Unique personal sketch by Krenkel, Signed and Numbered (click for larger pic)

Copy #50 from Signed Limited Edition of 175 with unique personal sketch by Krenkel. Out of print.

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This is the Signed limited edition in white cloth, gilt tiled spine, pasted on colour print cover, decorated endpapers, in a matching white cloth slipcase with gilt titled spine and gilt initialed front and back. Introduction by William Stout.

This edition is limited to 175 copies which contain an original sketch by Krenkel that is embossed with his monogram. This is copy #50.

Subtitled From the Mesozoic to Barsoom, this profusely illustrated book shows all facets of Krenkel's astounding art. The chapter headings are Saurians; Early Mammals; Sabertooth Cats; Cavemen; Conan and the Three Kings; Swordsmen; Tarzan; Burroughs and Pellucidar; Barsoom; Science Fiction. A treat for all his legions of fans.

Cover and interior are as new, slipcase has a faint mark to the right of the monogram and shows some signs of handling. Otherwise very fine to pristine.

Author: Introduction William Stout
Artist: Roy G. Krenkel
Publisher: Eclipse Books, 1989 (Out of Print)
Number of pages: 152
Format: Hard Cover in Slipcase; Black & White illustrations
Size: 11" x 14" (290mm x 350mm)
ISBN: 0913035734
Book Condition: NM - Near Mint
Dust Jacket Condition: VF - Very Fine

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