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I've been looking for an affordable copy with red ink for a good 20 years, no luck. I settled for the 25th anniversary edition, without red ink, but still keep my eyes open at garage and jumble sales, just in case. Good luck on your quest.
Is the 25th anniversary edition a nice publication?
ETA: author of the blog confirmed his copy also a first edition.
Although not the topic of this thread, it may be worth noting again, there is no original "S. Morganstern" edition which is longer than William Goldman's version. Goldman did write a book The Silent Gondoliers which was published under the "S. Morganstern" name just to further the notion that an original edition existed from which his "good parts" edition was abridged. I think perhaps that Goldman doesn't like used booksellers very much to perpetrate such a fraud that causes the same question to be answered again and again.
It may be blasphemy to say so but this is one of those cases where the film is better than the book from which it is based. I can think of others as well but that is a topic for another group, I think.