Collectibles For Sale

DESIRABLE ITEMS FOR DISCRIMINATING COLLECTORS OF ADVENTURE, MYSTERY AND MELODRAMA.  ALL PRICES INCLUDE THE COST OF SHIPPING (USPS) AND HANDLING. VINTAGE ITEMS ARE SOLD AS IS; ALL SALES ARE FINAL! NEW LISTINGS WILL BE ADDED FREQUENTLY, SO COME BACK OFTEN!


Carl Jacobi, REVELATIONS IN BLACK, 1st edition

Sauk City, Wisconsin: Arkham House, 1947. Octavo, cloth in dust jacket. First edition. Jacobi isn’t considered one of the top contributors to Weird Tales, but on the strength of this volume alone — which collects 21 tales of terror he wrote for the pulps — he deserves reappraisal. Outstanding yarns include “The Satanic Piano,” “Carnaby’s […]

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Seabury Quinn, THE PHANTOM FIGHTER, Jules de Grandin, 1st edition

Sauk City, Wisconsin: Arkham House, 1966. Octavo, cloth in dust jacket. First edition. While certainly not as influential as Weird Tales mainstays H. P. Lovecraft or Robert E. Howard, Seabury Quinn was just as popular with the magazine’s readers, who loved his stories about occult detective Jules de Grandin. This volumes collects ten of the […]

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Henry S. Whitehead, WEST INDIA LIGHTS, 1st edition

Sauk City, Wisconsin: Arkham House, 1946. Octavo, cloth in dust jacket. First edition. Whitehead is one of the less recognized contributors to Weird Tales in its Golden Age, but his eerie yarns of voodoo rituals and island terrors are beautifully crafted. This volume offers 17 of his best, including the first appearance in print of […]

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Frank Belknap Long, THE RIM OF THE UNKNOWN, 1st edition

Sauk City, Wisconsin: Arkham House, 1972. Octavo, cloth in dust jacket. First edition. Latter-day Arkham House collection of pulp and digest yarns by this master of fantasy and the macabre, 23 stories from Weird Tales, Astounding Science Fiction, Thrilling Wonder Stories, and others. The jacket is slightly creased along the top edge of the front […]

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Jonathan Latimer, THE LADY IN THE MORGUE, 1st ed.

Garden City, New York: Doubleday Crime Club, 1936. Octavo, cloth in dust jacket. First edition. The third of Latimer’s “screwboiled” Bill Crane mysteries is also considered the best. It was a top seller for Doubleday’s Crime Club imprint, going into multiple hardcover printings, and was made into a well-regarded 1938 “B” movie by Universal Pictures. […]

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Cornell Woolrich, RENDEZVOUS IN BLACK, 1st edition

New York: Rinehart & Co., 1948. Octavo, cloth in dust jacket. First edition. The last of Woolrich’s celebrated “Black” series, and for my money his last great novel as well. About Fine in About Fine jacket. There’s some barely noticeable damp staining on the jacket’s inside, but it doesn’t show through. The Brodart-protected jacket has […]

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AMAZING STORIES, December 1932

A good representative issue from the early Teck Publications period, when the magazine was still bedsheet-sized and used the original logo designed for Hugo Gernsback. Cover by Leo Morey, who also supplies interior illustrations. Contributions by regulars David H. Keller, Harl Vincent, and Ed Earl Repp, among others.  This copy is Near Fine. The cover […]

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ADVENTURE, October 1938

Excellent late Thirties issue with Hubert Rogers cover. Condition: Very Good Plus. No major flaws, just general handling wear and light soiling. Complete, bright white spine. Good paper quality to text block; off white to very lightly yellowed.  A solid sample of this great magazine. PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO DOMESTIC BUYERS. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PAY […]

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ADVENTURE, July 1939

Lovely copy with William Wills cover. Condition: Fine, with very minor edge wear keeping it from getting our top grade. But this is an exceptionally clean and tight copy whose text block has just a hint of yellowing. PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO DOMESTIC BUYERS. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PAY EXTRA ACCORDING TO WEIGHT AND DESTINATION, AND […]

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