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The Wind Through the Keyhole
(336 pages, ©February 2012)

Publisher: Donald M. Grant

Illustrated by: Jae Lee

Lettered Copies: N/A

Signed and Numbered Copies: 800

Artist Edition: 5,000

The Wind Through the Keyhole limited edition traycase

Limited ed. Traycase

The Wind Through the Keyhole artist edition slipcase

Artist ed. Slipcase


  • Limited edition of 800 copies complete with foil stamped traycase. Numbered and signed by Stephen King and Jae Lee. Issue price $350. Current Value $2,250-$2,750

  • An artist edition of 5,000 copies with slipcase and signed by Jae Lee. The book comes in a foil stamped slipcase. Issue price $75 Current Value = $75-$150 (In Print)

Values for TWTTKH last updated - March 2024

Here is a list of the complete set options as a resut of this release (complete meaning all available matching numbers are present)

..........#1 - 500 = DT 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 + LSOE + TWTTKH
......#501 - 800 = DT 2,3,4,5,6,7 + LSOE + TWTTKH
......#801 - 850 = DT 2,3,4,5,6,7 + LSOE
...#851 - 1,250 = DT 3,4,5,6,7 + LSOE
#1,251 - 1,350 = DT 5,6,7
#1,351 - 1,400 = DT 6,7
#1,401 - 1,500 = DT 7

There was quite an uproar in the King community when it was annouced that only 800 copies of this book would be released. Using their long standing system Grant annouced that only people that had numbers 1-800 of Little Sisters of Eluria would be eligable for a copy of TWTTKH. This also caused an overnight split in the value of LSOE, with copies under 801 basically doubling in price and higher numbered copies dropping in value.

Grant explained that King was only willing to sign 800 copies of the book, it was not their choice to release this number of copies. Some collectors accepted this explanation, others were still angry at Grant and/or King feeling slighted by loosing out on this book even though some had been buying every DT limited as far back as WasteLands.

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