Stephen King Books That Break the Bank

October 30, 2006 | 1 book mentioned 2 has posted a list of the Top 10 most expensive Stephen King books ever sold on the site. The number one book on the list is:

The Regulators, Sold in July 2004: A leather-bound copy with four Winchester bullets emerging from the front cover and the shell cases entering the rear of the book – signed by “Bachman” and dedicated to Harlan Ellison. Sold for $8,000

created The Millions and is its publisher. He and his family live in New Jersey.


  1. These are all fantastic. Ok, so the enormous price tags could be questioned, but each Top Ten entry reflects the power of books as a commodity in their own right.

    Also, the fact that King has used his Bachman persona to sign the $8,000 top spot book, is a triumph for the art of writing – celebrating that author / character tension in such a stellar novelist.

  2. It's a little sad, though, to think that some equally wonderful books make the same amount – for their entire advance.

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