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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!


WILD WEST WEEKLY, October 21, 1933

Lee Bond’s Oklahoma Kid, among the most popular of WWW’s first wave of recurring characters, gets the W. H. Hinton cover of this 1933 issue, which boasts the usual array of hard-ridin’, straight shootin’ heroes. Condition is Near Fine: small closed tear about halfway down the front cover, minor tear at spine heel carefully repaired […]

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THRILLING WESTERN, October 1934

Scarce early issue of this venerable title, the flagship of the Thrilling Group’s Western line. It has a strong line-up of horse-opera authors including Hapsburg Liebe, Stephen Payne, Ray Nafziger, Chuck Martin, and J. Edward Leithead. Cover painted by the underrated Richard Lyon, who supplied Thrilling Western with a string of outstanding covers during the […]

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THRILLING WESTERN, April 1936

Another nice example of this long-running “Thrilling Group” Western title, with stories by such regulars as “Jackson Cole,” Lee Bond, Stephen Payne, Tom Gunn, and James W. Egan. Cover by Richard Lyon again. Condition is About Fine: Tiny chip out of bottom front cover near spine, a few short closed tears on bottom edge. Eighth-inch nick […]

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FAMOUS FANTASTIC MYSTERIES, February 1952

Features Gilbert Collins’ 1924 lost-race novel THE VALLEY OF EYES UNSEEN. Condition is About Fine: only real flaw is small tear at spine head (no paper loss). Minor overhang nicks. Text block is lightly and evenly tanned but supple. PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO DOMESTIC BUYERS. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PAY EXTRA ACCORDING TO WEIGHT AND DESTINATION.

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FAMOUS FANTASTIC MYSTERIES, April 1952

Features Austin J. Small’s 1925 novel THE DEATH MAKER, a very pulpy yarn about a madman capable of poisoning the world’s  food supply. Condition is Very Good Plus: front cover has several abrasions and a small closed tear about halfway down. Back cover has a small chip. Spine has a small gouge (no type affected). […]

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FAMOUS FANTASTIC MYSTERIES, June 1952

Featuring one of Jack Mann’s “Gees” novels, HER WAYS ARE DEATH, and the 1948 Robert Heinlein short story “Gentlemen, Be Seated.” Condition is Fine Plus: generally excellent copy marred by a hint of a diagonal crease in front cover, some nicks to overhangs. Otherwise clean, tight and glossy with complete white spine. Text block is slightly yellowed […]

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