Dracula Covers

Here are a few Dracula books with eye-catching cover illustration.

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This first edition was published in 1897, by Archibald Constable and Co.,
this is the first American edition, published by Doubleday and McClure, in 1899.


A pretty 1901 edition.


 A rare 1902 edition, also published by Doubleday & McClure.


 1904, published by Constable.


 Rider & Co., 1927.


1930, Grosset and Dunlap.


This is a 1932 edition I've been coveting.



 A 1947 edition, in paperback, by Pocket Books.


A Signet paperback, with awesome cover illustration, published in 1965.


  A collectible Penguin paperback, circa 1970.

 

 A 1980s Ladybird Book.


 A 1990s Penguin Classics paperback.

 

 A modern Penguin paperback; I love the cover art.


And if you're feeling a little bloodthirsty after reading this post...

I've recently listed these French Draculaesque glasses.

*click* to visit the shop.


Have a perfect day.

14 comments:

  1. Fantastic covers....My favourites...
    The 1947 one...Goodness! The year l was invented! :).
    And, the 1970 one, with the hand on the side of the
    coffin...Brilliant that!

    But, the Ladybird one did make me chuckle....!!! :0).
    Dracula...Has to be one of the all time classics!
    Not, that l've read any of them....But! But! I've seen
    ALL..ALL..of the films...many...many times over!

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    1. Oh! Forgot to say...
      4 o'clock to~day on the Horror channel..
      Dr Terrors House of Horrors....1965.
      6 different horror stories, including
      the two greatest horror actors, Cushing
      and Lee...! Not to be missed!

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  2. These covers are amazing!! The 1930 one is my favorite I believe :)

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  3. I own a few of these including the 1947 cover; and, I have a Kindle case in the 1907 cover. I'm always on the lookout for the original one that I read which was a library edition. I wish I had stolen that copy, sigh :-/

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  4. What a fabulous array of Dracula book covers. I like all of the early ones and that 1932 Modern Library one is fabulous. I also like the Pocket Book one's cover. I used to collect paperbacks from that era, and still have quite a few of them. I don't think I have the Dracula one though. xxx

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  5. What a wonderful thing to collect!

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  6. Edward Gorey is one of my favorites!

    It was fun to see all these different covers. Amazing to see how they are the same and how they are different! Fascinating. :) Thanks for sharing!
    ~Jess

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  7. You know I love the Signet 1965 edition, and the last two Penguin editions. Just stunning!

    Hh... I might copy your idea and start collecting the different editions of One Hundred Years of Solitude.

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  8. Amazing covers! This would be so much fun to collect!

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  9. I can’t make up my mind if the 1930 Grosset and Dunlap cover is portraying The Jolly Green Giant or The Incredible Hulk! Love it! I also really like the one published by Constable in 1904 and the one you covet published in 1932. After that they all get a bit too scary for me (wimp that I am).
    Thanks for sharing all these, I enjoyed them very much (even the scary ones!). xx

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  10. wow you have quite a selection of these books souds you are in love with such stories ,in my teens i was fond of horror stories but now i lost my interest in them ,thanks for sharing

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