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Signed by Sir Terry Pratchett

£60.00

'The fourth book in the Science of Discworld series, and this time around dealing with THE REALLY BIG QUESTIONS. Terry Pratchett’s brilliant Discworld story Judgement Day, is annotated with very big footnotes by mathematician Ian Stewart and biologist Jack Cohen, to bring you a mind-mangling combination of fiction, cutting-edge science and philosophy.

'Marjorie Daw is a librarian, and takes her job – and indeed the truth of words – very seriously. She doesn’t know it, but her world and ours – Roundworld – is in big trouble. On Discworld, a colossal row is brewing…

The Wizards of Unseen University feel responsible for Roundworld (as one would for a pet gerbil). After all, they brought it into existence by bungling an experiment in Quantum ThaumoDynamics. But legal action is being brought against them by Omnians, who say that the Wizards’ god-like actions make a mockery of their noble religion.

As the finest legal brains in Discworld (a zombie and a priest) gird their loins to do battle – and when the Great Big Thing in the High Energy Magic Laboratory is switched on – Marjorie Daw finds herself thrown across the multiverse and right in the middle of the whole explosive affair.

As God, the Universe and, frankly, Everything Else is investigated by the trio, you can expect world-bearing elephants, quantum gravity in the Escher-verse, evolutionary design, eternal inflation, dark matter, disbelief systems – and an in-depth study of how to invent a better mousetrap.'

This is the WHSmith's exclusive collector's edition with green jacket.
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Signed by Sir Terry Pratchett

£80.00

‘It’s all change for Moist von Lipwig, swindler, conman, and (naturally) head of the Royal Bank and Post Office. A steaming, clanging new invention, driven by Dick Simnel, the man with t’flat cap and t’sliding rule, is drawing astonished crowds - including a few particularly keen young men armed with notepads and very sensible rainwear – and suddenly it’s a matter of national importance that the trains run on time.’Released back in 2013, this hardback edition of Raising Steam was exclusive to WHSmith and includes the bonus material: Humphrey Newt's Thunderbolt Carriage.Signed by Terry Pratchett at the time of release, it is also stamped with his coat of arms and has an exclusive Raising Steam box stamp around his signature.First Edition. Limited stock.
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Commissioned for the Terry Pratchett Memorial, to celebrate Terry's life and work, this pin features a sprig of lilac, a symbol of Discworld remembrance immortalised in Night Watch. Measuring 30mm high, this pin spells out Terry's name in golden detailing.

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Released in April 2010, this gem from our collectable pin series depicts the Guild of Fools and Joculators and College of Clowns, or "Fools' Guild" for short. Originally, it was the Guild of Fools, Joculators, Minstrels, Buffoons and Mime Artists, but following the advent of Lord Vetinari as Patrician, the bit about Mime Artists was discreetly dropped. The design is composed from black, white, blue and red enamel and features three golden bells, hilarious. The guild motto on the pewter scroll – Dico Dico Dico – translates as ‘I say, I say, I say’.Very limited stock.
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Originally released back in 2010, this collectable pin celebrates Ankh-Morpork’s most larcenous organization, The Thieves Guild.  The classic black and white design depicts a cut purse spilling it’s contents. The Guild motto - ACVTVS ID VERBERAT translates as "Whip it Quick”!Only 1 remaining.

The Guild of Thieves paid a twenty-dollar bounty fee for a non-accredited thief brought in alive, and there were oh, so many ways of still being alive when you were dragged in and poured out on the floor.

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Celebrate your proficiency with a blade, penchant for dark clothing and membership in one of Ankh-Morpork’s most powerful organisations. Recognised by the Assassins’ Guild and signed by Lord Vetinari himself.The certificates were commissioned over twenty years ago as part of Stephen Briggs’ CMOT Dibbler collection, making them not only rare, but a truly collectable part of Discworld history.These certificates were produced as part of the original run so we have limited availability.

Lord Vetinari was not a heavily built man and, these days, he walked with the aid of an ebony cane. No-one could remember seeing him handle a weapon, and a flash of unaccustomed insight told Sergeant Colon that this was not in fact a comforting thought at all. They said he'd been educated at the Assassins' School, but no-one remembered what weapons he'd learned. He'd studied languages. And suddenly, with him in front of you, this didn't seem like the soft option.

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Display your aptitude for the fundamentals of magic, as recognised by Unseen University and signed by Archchancellor Ridcully and let everyone know you’re a B.F.The certificates were commissioned over twenty years ago as part of Stephen Briggs’ CMOT Dibbler collection, making them not only rare, but also a collectable part of Discworld history.These certificates were produced as part of the original run so we have limited availability.

'Oh no,’ said the Lecturer in Recent Runes, pushing his chair back.  ‘Not that.  That’s meddling with things we don’t understand.’ ‘Well we are wizards,’ said Ridcully.  ‘We’re supposed to meddle with things we don’t understand.  If we hung around waitin’ till we understood things we’d never get anything done.'

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The rather colourfully named 'doctorus adamus cum flabello dulci' (Doctor of Sweet Fanny Adams), is an hounourary qualification available from Unseen University to all those who are impressed by long names and was bestowed upon Prince Khufurah of Klatch in Jingo. The certificates were commissioned over twenty years ago as part of Stephen Briggs’ CMOT Dibbler collection, making them not only rare, but a truly collectable part of Discworld history. These certificates were produced as part of the original run so we have limited availability

“Apparently it’s a Doctorum Adamus cum Flabello Dulci—Is there something wrong, Sir Samuel?”

Vimes managed to turn the treacherous laugh into a coughing fit. “No, no, nothing,” he said. “No.”

 

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Two Discworld commemorative first class stamps, originally released in 2011 as part of the Royal Mail's 'Magical Realms' series. The stamps feature beautifully detailed images of Rincewind and Nanny Ogg. The perfect addition to any collection.
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£25.00

Originally released in July 2009, this bronzed pin features Captain Carrot standing to attention, holding the Ankh Morpork flag. It was due to be the first in a series of figurative pins featuring various Discworld denizens. If fact, he turned out to be the only one. It stands at 38mm high.
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Signed by Sir Terry Pratchett

Size: Print size - 790mm X 420mm.


£65.00

Aww look at the cute pussy cat... did we just say that? Greebo is Nanny Ogg's tomcat; feared in the forests of Lancre by all animals, and the father of most of the cat population in the area! Flea bitten, scarred from many fights and generally a huge bully of a cat Greebo is renowned for once chasing a bear up a tree. This is the cat that Nanny Ogg refers to as "Mr. Puss-Puss," and sees, in her head, as a cute little bundle of fluff - yet everyone else calls "gerroffyerbugger!!!" And now here's your chance to have cute little Mr. Fluffy on your wall! We have a very small number of these wide scale pencil prints still available. When the stock is gone, this item will be gone for good. Originally published in 1995, this print is highly sought after and makes an irreplaceable addition to any Discworld collection.

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The standard unit of currency in the Agatean Empire. A goldish coin that arrives in Ankh-Morpork with Twoflower whilst on his travels from the Counterweight Continent. Embossed with the Agatean Empire crest. Will it ever catch on? Comes complete with velveteen pouch. A perfect item for the collector.
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In answer to the huge number of enquiries asking to buy bags of teeth we have now decided to make these available. For only £5.00 you will receive a mixed bag of twenty teeth taken from the tooth fairy's castle

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Released way back in 2009, this Vetinari pin was set to be the first in a series of character pins depicting the citizens of Anhk Morpork.  The second being Ponder, of which only a prototype exists. The design features a finely detailed Lord Havelock Vetinari set in pewter on a gold background with a burgundy enamel border.Extremely limited stock.

Thin, pale, and clad all in dusty black, the Patrician always put Ridcully in mind of a predatory flamingo, if you could find a flamingo that was black and had the patience of a rock.

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Taken from the best selling novel ‘The Last Hero’, this pin was originally released in June 2010. The artwork features at the beginning of the book engulfed in flames. This collectable pin uses that same image depicting the Great A’Tuin and Cohen’s sword.The turtle is gold coloured and the sword silver. It measures 36mm along the length of the sword. This badge comes in a small drawstring pouch.

“It sucks all the life right out of you, civilisation." "It killed Old Vincent the Ripper," said Boy Willie. "He choked to death on a concubine." There was no sound but the hiss of snow in the fire and a number of people thinking fast. "I think you mean cucumber," said the bard. "That's right, cucumber," said Boy Willie. "I've never been good at them long words." "Very important difference in a salad situation." said Cohen.”

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Signed by Sir Terry Pratchett

£70.00

Ladies and Gents, Sir Jack Dodger brings you a most excellent Guide to London! Did you know . . . ? If a Victorian couldn’t afford a sweep, they might drop a goose down their chimney to clean it! A nobby lady’s unmentionables could weigh up to 40lbs! Parliament had to be suspended during the Great Stink of 1858! From the wretches of the rookeries to the fancy coves at Buckingham Palace, Dodger will show you every dirty inch of London. Warning: Includes ’orrible murders, naughty ladies and plenty of geezers!This limited edition was exclusive to WH Smith and was signed by Terry Pratchett at time of release. First edition, limited stock!
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Signed by Sir Terry Pratchett

£135.00

‘It’s all change for Moist von Lipwig, swindler, conman, and (naturally) head of the Royal Bank and Post Office. A steaming, clanging new invention, driven by Dick Simnel, the man with t’flat cap and t’sliding rule, is drawing astonished crowds – including a few particularly keen young men armed with notepads and very sensible rainwear – and suddenly it’s a matter of national importance that the trains run on time.’Released back in 2013, this hardback edition of Raising Steam was exclusive to independent retailers and features orange page edges. Signed by Terry Pratchett at the time of publication, it is also stamped with his coat of arms and has an exclusive Raising Steam box stamp around his signature. First Edition. Very Limited stock.
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Signed by Sir Terry Pratchett

£80.00

‘It’s all change for Moist von Lipwig, swindler, conman, and (naturally) head of the Royal Bank and Post Office. A steaming, clanging new invention, driven by Dick Simnel, the man with t’flat cap and t’sliding rule, is drawing astonished crowds – including a few particularly keen young men armed with notepads and very sensible rainwear – and suddenly it’s a matter of national importance that the trains run on time.’Released back in 2013, this hardback edition of Raising Steam features a cover exclusive to Waterstones and includes a train ticket bookmark.Signed by Terry Pratchett at the time of release, it is also stamped with his coat of arms and has an exclusive Raising Steam box stamp around his signature.First Edition. Limited stock.
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Originally released back in 2009, the Discworld Cup was a special edition pin to celebrate the publication of Unseen Academicals. It features the Discworld Cup and Great A’Tuin supporting the Disc in wonderful detail and is hand finished with green enamel at the base. This particular edition was finished for the Discworld Convention and as such is unnumbered and simply states ‘Discworld Convention’ on the reverse. Comes complete with box. Stock extremely limited.
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The Going Postal Collectors Pin was originally released back in July 2008. It features the Ankh-Morpork crest (complete with tiny cabbages!) to which a laurel wreath and two copper horns have been added thus becoming the crest of the Ankh-Morpork Post Office.Each pin is individually numbered, boxed and came from a limited edition of only 210. Stock very limited!
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This quality leather keyfob features the mission patch taken from The Last Hero. ‘How about Morituri Nolumus Mori, that’s got the right ring,’ said Rincewind gloomily. Carrot’s lips moved as he parsed the sentence. ‘We who are about to die…’ he said, ‘ but I don’t recognize the rest.’ ‘It’s very uplifting,’ said Rincewind. ‘It’s straight from the heart.’ Each one is individually numbered and beautifully enameled in perfect detail. From a limited edition of 200, we have a very small number available.
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Originally released in June 2008, this is a perfect mini replica of Sam Vimes' own City Watch badge. It features his personal number, 177 and stands at 38mm tall.
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Signed by Sir Terry Pratchett

£100.00

"It is a truth universally acknowledged that a policeman taking a holiday will barely have had time to open his suitcase before he finds his first corpse". Commander Sam Vimes of the Ankh-Morpork City Watch is on holiday in the pleasant and innocent countryside. But not for him a mere body in the wardrobe. Rather, many, many bodies - and an ancient crime more terrible than murder… This slipcase features a 'porthole' design, which when removed shows Paul Kidby’s full cover illustration in stunning detail. Edition pictured is numbered 1602 of 2000 printed worldwide. Please note: the copies in stock are not numbered sequentially and we cannot guarantee which numbered book you will receive. Originally published in 2011, this book was the third fastest selling novel in the United Kingdom since records began, having sold over 55,000 copies in the first three days. Signed by Terry Pratchett at the time of release. Very limited stock.
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This highly collectable hardback, originally produced for fans at the 2014 UK Discworld convention when Terry himself was unable to attend, stands at just over five inches tall. 'Terry Pratchett's Folio', contains two scenes cut from Raising Steam, Terry’s advice for life, Rob Wilkins’ thoughts on Terry, an Ode to Multiple Universes, and is embossed with Terry’s personal coat of arms.All proceeds from this special keepsake will go to the RICE centre in Bath.
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When released back in 2008, this proved to be one of our most popular pins ever produced. Inspired by Death’s Domain: A Discworld Mapp, the design features purple enamelling, Death’s famous piercing blue eyes and the motto ‘NVLLA IVSTITIA EST EGO SOLVM EST’. The detailing and art nouveau styling is simply stunning.Only 1 remaining!
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Originally released in 2010, this intricate pin measures 30mm high and features Errol (Goodboy Bindle Featherstone of Quirm). Based on Paul Kidby's illustration of Errol, this badge is edged with bronze featuring the name of the sanctuary as well as small brick-style detailing which includes a tiny coal bucket. The interior combines white and orange enamel and the motto 'Don't Let My Flame Go Out'.Show your support for ailing Swamp Dragons!
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Originally released in 2010, this collector’s pin proved to be the most popular one ever released, selling in record time and quickly becoming something of a Discworld rarity. Featuring the motto NIL VOLVPTI, SINE LVCRE (No Pleasure Without Pay), it depicts the emblem of the Guild; a red street lamp, encircled by threads and crossed with two needles* on a black enamel background complete with golden stars.*A survey of the Guild of Merchants in the docks area of Ankh-Morpork found 987 women who gave their profession as "seamstress" – and two needles.Very limited stock.
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Dodger is a tosher – a sewer scavenger living in the squalor of Dickensian London. Everyone who is nobody knows Dodger. Anyone who is anybody doesn’t. But when he rescues a young girl from a beating, suddenly everybody wants to know him. And Dodger’s tale of skulduggery, dark plans and even darker deeds begins.Originally released in 2012, this is the exclusive Tesco edition containing four bonus postcards depicting Charles Dickens, Simplicity, Queen Victoria and Sweeney Todd.Signed by Terry Pratchett at the time of release. First Edition. Very limited stock.
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‘It’s all change for Moist von Lipwig, swindler, conman, and (naturally) head of the Royal Bank and Post Office. A steaming, clanging new invention, driven by Dick Simnel, the man with t’flat cap and t’sliding rule, is drawing astonished crowds – including a few particularly keen young men armed with notepads and very sensible rainwear – and suddenly it’s a matter of national importance that the trains run on time.’
Released back in 2013, this hardback limited edition of Raising Steam was exclusive to Waterstones. It features Paul Kidby’s excellent artwork on both the book cover and slipcase together with orange edge pages. Also contained is the official Raising Steam stamp and limitation number. Signed by Sir Terry Pratchett at the time of publication, it is stamped with his coat of arms and has an exclusive Raising Steam box stamp around his signature together with the hologram. First Edition. Very Limited stock.

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Signed by Sir Terry Pratchett

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Dodger is a tosher – a sewer scavenger living in the squalor of Dickensian London. Everyone who is nobody knows Dodger. Anyone who is anybody doesn’t. But when he rescues a young girl from a beating, suddenly everybody wants to know him. And Dodger’s tale of skulduggery, dark plans and even darker deeds begins.Originally released in 2012, this is the exclusive WH Smith edition containing extra bonus material.The book features the bonus scene Old Comrades.Signed by Terry Pratchett at the time of release. First Edition. Very limited stock.
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