Ready Player One - Ernst Cline

The signed edition is an Ernest Cline signed First Edition RPO housed in the classic 6-swtich “Woody” Atari 2600.

The binding is smooth black goatskin which is particularly durable and allows an intricate foil-stamped design on the cover and back. Also included is a portfolio of three signed, and limited prints from:

 

  • Susan Jaekel (Adventure)
  • Peter Andrew Jones (Black Tiger)
  • Mark Duffin (Tempest).

 

There is also art by Francesco Lorenzetti for the custom endpaper and an insert by original Atari artist John Enright.

About the Editions

Ready Player One - Deluxe

The deluxe edition is limited to just 6 pieces and is comes with a few differences from the standard edition of Ready Player One.


Handbound in smooth goatskin leather to ensure the complex foil stamping design comes out clearly, and the three edges of the pages are coloured black to complement the case.


The endpapers are designed by Francesco Lorenzetti and depict “The Battle of Castle Anorak”, a pivotal scene within the book. There is a tipped in image by Atari artist John Enright, his take on what a Ready Player One atari cartridge would look like.


Each book is housed in a customised original Atari 2600 traycase, with teh deluxe edition housed in the rarer “Vader” edition of the console. The case has been modified and then lined with suedel to provide a neat fit, and the deluxe edition has its own set of coloured ribbons that differ to the standard. 


A quarter leather bound portfolio is also included with the book. The portfolio consists of three images from Atari Artists (game covers they have recently recreated) and are signed and numbered.

Ready Player One - Unsigned

The standard edition is limited to 20 pieces (19 signed, 1 unsigned). Handbound in smooth goatskin leather to ensure the complex foil stamping design comes out clearly, and the three edges of the pages are gilded in copper.


The endpapers are designed by Francesco Lorenzetti and depict “The Battle of Castle Anorak”, a pivotal scene within the book. There is a tipped in image by Atari artist John Enright, his take on what a Ready Player One atari cartridge would look like.


Each book is housed in a customised original Atari 2600 “Woody” traycase which has been modified and then lined with suedel to provide a neat fit and a ribbon to help retrieve the book. There is also a stand included with each purchase to display the case in two different ways.


A quarter leather bound portfolio is also included with the book. The portfolio consists of three images from Atari Artists (game covers they have recently recreated) and are signed and numbered.