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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!


WEIRD TALES, December 1939

One of the last issues of “The Unique Magazine” edited by the great Farnsworth Wright. It features a number of notable stories, including “Nymph of Darkness,” a Northwest Smith yarn written by C.L. Moore in collaboration with famous SF fan Forrest J Ackerman. There are also tales and poems by such Weird Tales regulars as […]

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AMAZING STORIES, October 1938

Just a few months after Ziff-Davis bought the failing Amazing Stories and installed veteran SF fan Raymond A. Palmer as editor, this issue spotlights the late and lamented author Stanley G. Weinbaum with the posthumous publication of his “Revolution of 1950.” With Part One, anyway; Part Two appears in the November 1938 issue, which we’re […]

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TOP-NOTCH, 1st February 1929, De Soto illustrations

The cover story, “Ghost of the Derelict,” is an excellent yarn about a movie company that commandeers a haunted windjammer for its film and runs into nothing but trouble. Other contributors include Frank Merriwell scribe Burt L. Standish (pen name, of course) and Albert M. Treynor, who with Phillips constituted the backbone of Top Notch‘s […]

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TOP-NOTCH, 2nd February 1929, De Soto illustrations

Forbes Parkhill’s “Colonel Colt’s Kid” is a book-length novel and this issue’s chief attraction. Among the other authors are Burt L. Standish, Albert M. Treynor, and Roland Ashford Phillips, who anchored Top-Notch‘s roster of contributors during this period. Condition: Let’s call it Very Good Plus to be on the conservative side. The extra-long overhangs have […]

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DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY, November 13, 1937

Richard Sale’s photog-detective Candid Jones gets the cover story, and other DFW regulars represented in this issue include Cleve F. Adams, Hugh B. Cave, Donald Ross, and James W. Booth. Condition: a solid Fine. No real flaws, just general handling. Text block is very lightly yellowed but supple. PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO DOMESTIC […]

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ARGOSY, September 12, 1936

Besides the Frederick Painton novelette pictured on Rudolph Berlarski cover, this issue has several fine serial installments, including one from L. G. Blochman’s mystery “Bengal Fire” and the conclusion of Johnston McCulley’s Don Peon, Zorro variation No. 648.  Condition: Minor nicks in very full overhangs, otherwise Fine/Very Fine with off-white paper. PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND […]

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ARGOSY, May 9, 1937

Beginning Max Brand’s “Big Game.” Standout story, though, is Donald Barr Chidsey’s whodunit, “This Man Was Murdered!” Condition: Small closed tear (quarter-inch) at spine head and a couple small nicks in overhangs, otherwise Fine/Very Fine with lightly yellowed text block. Sharp copy. PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO DOMESTIC U. S. BUYERS. NO INTERNATIONAL BUYERS.

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EXCITING WESTERN, July 1949

Lead story is a “Tombstone and Speedy” novelette by top Western pulp author W. C. Tuttle. Condition: Minor edge wear and pencilled “X” on front cover, otherwise Fine/Very Fine with very lightly yellowed text block. PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO DOMESTIC U. S. BUYERS. NO INTERNATIONAL BUYERS.

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MASKED RIDER, April 1948

Lead novel by Chuck martin. Cover by George Rozen. Condition: some tears and minor chipping to overhangs, overall a solid Fine with off-white text block. PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO DOMESTIC U. S. BUYERS. NO INTERNATIONAL BUYERS.

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