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Seller: gary mcCluskey

Offered: An issue of Sandman #19 signed by both Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess, with a cool story behind it.

Gary says: The issue was signed for me (by Gaiman and Vess) at one of the Big Apple cons in the early nineties. Here's a blurb I found about this issue -- Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess shared the 1991 World Fantasy award for best short story, for Sandman #19, "A Midsummer Night's Dream." After the award was given, the World Fantasy Association changed the rules for candidacy, decreeing that a nominee for the short story award must be written entirely in prose. Thus, Gaiman's book remains the only comic ever to have won a World Fantasy Award and will likely stay that way until comics regain the Honor they deserve.


Opening bid: $20

Auction ends at 5 p.m. Pacific Time, December 15th 2011

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Offered: on behalf of the Mythic Imagination Institute in Atlanta, Ga, a copy of the now out-of-print catalog for the art exhibition from the 2004 Mythic Journeys conference. The exhibition, curated by Charles Vess and Karen Shaffer, included work by artists such as Brian and Wendy Froud, Stu Jenks, Alan Lee, Virginia Lee, Viggo Mortensen, and of course, Terri Windling. Terri was a treasured guest at the conference, and has been a great friend to the Institute.
The catalog is a 48 page, hardcover book with 100 full color illustrations and an introduction by Ari Berk. Learn more about the exhibition here.

Minimum bid: $10.

Buy It Now: $60.

Auction ends at 5 p.m. Pacific Time, December 15, 2011.

Seller: Emma Bull

Offered: A signed limited-edition collection of eight full-color prints of Charles Vess's paintings for his "Ballads and Sagas" series in a beautiful embossed heavy-paper folio. Printed on firm, high-quality stock, each print is 9 inches by 12 inches. This portfolio is number 11 of 1500. If you'd like, Charles will personalize this item for you.

This one wasn't in the barn. Which is good, because Something out there was howling all night...

Opening bid: $25

Auction ends at 5 p.m. Pacific Time, December 15th 2011

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Seller: Midori Snyder

Offered: A Fall Of Stardust. Both chapbooks signed by Charles Vess, Susanna Clarke's chapbook also signed by the author. Color plates by Vess and Windling signed by the artists, all other plates unsigned. A few minor dings on the edges of the cover, internal contents flawless. VERY RARE in this combination of signatures.

See description below for details of item.

In 1999, Charles Vess' Green Man Press produced a portfolio as a benefit for Charles Vess' wife Karen, injured in a car accident, titled A Fall of Stardust, which contained two chapbooks and a series of art plates. The first chapbook, written by Gaiman, comprised "Wall: A Prologue" short story, "Septimus' Triolet" poem, "Song Of The Little Hairy Man", and "The Old Warlock's Reverie: A Pantoum" poem. The second chapbook was a short story entitled The Duke of Wellington Misplaces His Horse by Susanna Clarke. Art plates were illustrated by William Stout, Mike Mignola, Terri Windling, Bryan Talbot, Jill Thompson, Paul Chadwick, P. Craig Russell, Mark Crilley, Elizabeth Johns, Michael Zulli, Robin Mullins, Lisa Snellings, Terry Moore, Tony DiTerlizzi, Linda Medley, Lorenzo Mattotti, Zander Cannon, Dave McKean, Jeff Smith, Trina Robbins & Steve Leialoha, Gary Gianni, Janine Johnston, Stan Sakai, Michael Kaluta, Moebius, Rebecca Guay, Geoff Darrow, Brian Froud and Charles Vess.  (Thanks to Wikipedia for the excellent synopsis of this item.)


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Opening bid: $250

Auction ends at 5 p.m. Pacific Time, December 15th 2011

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