All auctions
×

Welcome back! Whilst you were away we added the functionality to view auctions and bid in pounds.

We are hiring!

De Jonge Jaren van de Scherpschutter

2008

Dark Tower, The: Information on the Catawiki site about De Jonge Jaren van de Scherpschutter, 2008.
At its heart, Catawiki is an online catalogue with images of, and information on, collectibles. Our catalogue is compiled by users in a similar way to Wikipedia.

Collectors
In wishlists:
This item is on the wish list of 1 collector. If you want to contact them, you can add this item to your shop. Users who are looking for this item will then automatically receive an e-mail notification about your offer (unless they have disabled the notification function in My Profile). You can add this item to your shop using the form on the right.

close info
In collections:
Mint condition:
close list
Jump to catalogue value » Catalogue information
Catawiki number: 213037
Category: Books
Title: De Jonge Jaren van de Scherpschutter
subtitle:  
Original title:  
Literary collection: Miscellaneous
Literary number:  
Addition to number:  
Series / hero: Dark Tower, The
Author: David, Peter, King, Stephen (Richard Bachman, John Swithen)Icon-information
Illustrator: Lee, Jae
Publisher: Luitingh-Sijthoff
Year: 2008
Type: Fantasy
Print Run: First edition
Type of book: Hard cover
Number of pages: 192
Number produced:  
Dimensions: ? x ? cm
ISBN10:  
ISBN13:  
Language / dialect: Dutch
Country of publication: Netherlands
Details:
This text has been translated automatically from Dutch. Would you like to see an automatic translation?
graphic novel
Oorspronkelijke titel: The Gunslinger Born. In dit boek vertelt Stephen King meer over de achtergrond van Roland, onder meer hoe hij door de wrede Cort werd opgeleid tot Scherpschutter.
Submission date: 15-01-2009 03:39:03
Submitted by: essef
Last updated on: 14-09-2016 14:29:06
Last updated by: enigma
Catawiki Catalogue value
Mint condition: € 17.00
Good condition: € 8.50
Fair condition: € 4.20
Add this item
  


add more information