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!


DIME DETECTIVE, February 1944

Good wartime issue of this exemplary crime/detective pulp, the highlight being “The Day Nobody Died,” one of D. L. Champion’s outstanding Inspector Allhoff yarns. Condition: Very Good Plus  or slightly better. A well-read copy with general handling wear but no major flaws. Initials on front cover over girl’s face. Spine is complete with bright colors. […]

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DIME DETECTIVE, October 1948

Post-WWII issue of this long-running Popular Publications favorite is distinguished by an early John D. MacDonald yarn among other ‘tec tales. GGA cover by the great Norman Saunders. Condition: About Fine. Very light handling wear, no specific flaws. Brightly colored, complete spine. Text block is lightly yellowed but supple. Overall a sharp copy. PRICE INCLUDES […]

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DIME DETECTIVE, September 15, 1934

Dime Detective was just entering its peak period when this issue was published. Stories by detective-fiction greats Frederick Nebel, T. T. Flynn, Roger Torrey, Dwight Babcock, John Lawrence, and others. Cover by John Newton Howitt. Condition: Very Good to Very Good Plus. Front and back covers are basically clean and glossy but are slightly trimmed […]

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DIME WESTERN, January 1943

First-rate horse operas, Popular Publications style. Regulars Walt Coburn and Harry F. Olmsted are on hand (the latter with one of his Zorro-like “Friar Robusto” yarns), as are Tom Roan, William R. Cox, and Frank Bonham—all excellent Western authors. Condition: Fine. Clean and glossy, with brightly colored spine and minor wear to back-cover overhang. Text […]

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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PULP FICTION WRITERS, Lee Server

Server, author of the pulp-centric Danger Is My Business and the paperback-centric Over My Dead Body, takes the broadest possible view of “pulp” in this 2202 trade paperback encyclopedia: among the 200-plus authors covered are Tom Clancy, Jackie Collins, and Jacqueline Susann. But the true pulpwood giants are all there. Originally published at $19.95, now […]

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THE LONE RANGER AND THE MYSTERY RANCH, G&D novel adapted from pulp

The 1938 second book in Grosset & Dunlap’s long-running series of Lone Ranger novels adapted from various sources. This one is revised and expanded from “The Phantom Riders,” originally written in 1937 for the first issue of the short-lived Lone Ranger pulp magazine. The Ranger’s radio scribe, Fran Striker, reworked the G&D novels—adapted from pulp […]

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OUT OF THIS WORLD, July 1950, 1st issue, comic section

Short-lived (two issues) Avon pulp edited by Donald A. Wollheim, with stories by SF first-raters such as Ray Cummings, Lester Del Rey, and A. E. van Vogt among others. It also has a 32-page comic book bound in; two of the three stories are drawn by comic-book legend Joe Kubert. A must-have item for pulp […]

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SPICY MYSTERY, October 1935, Girasol facsimile reprint

One of the most hotly coveted issues of this title, reprinted many years ago by Canada-based Girasol Collectables in a “full-count” facsimile edition of striking quality. Cover by Norman Saunders is one of his best, and best-known, early works. Girasol went out of business some years ago, and their hand-crafted pulp replicas are now collector’s […]

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TALBOT MUNDY: MESSENGER OF DESTINY, Don Grant

Donald M. Grant in 1983 compiled, wrote, and published this bio-bibliography of the incomparable adventure-story scribe, a true giant of pulp fiction whose unforgettable series characters included Jimgrim, Tros of Samothrace, and King of the Khyber Rifles. Grant not only covers Mundy’s myraid pulp appearances but also both British and American hardcover editions in this […]

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