Windy City Auction – Update

Here is the prices realized from the Friday Night auction. These prices do not include the 10% Buyers Premium.

ITEM(S)AMT
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 7/49 – Clarke, MacDonald, Bradbury210.00
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 9/49 – MacDonald20.00
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 11/49 –Bradbury, Long, Leinster, Brown50.00
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 1/50 – Hubbard, Cummings (as Shotwell), Leinster45.00
THE TALES OF CLARK ASHTON SMITH: A BIBLIOGRAPHY by Thomas G.L. Cockcroft – published by Cockcroft in 1951 in an edition of 500 copies. Signed in 1989 by Cockcroft on the title page. Contains the rare addenda sheet from 1959 laid in, which was also signed by Cockcroft in 1989. The first CAS bibliography.60.00
SCIENCE FANTASY SERIES GRIFFIN BOOKLET ONE – contains “Empire of Dust” by Basil Wells and “Gifts of Asti” by Andre Norton writing as Andrew North. Published by Griffin Publishing Co. in 1949. This was Norton’s first book appearance.65.00
5 POEMS BY H.P. LOVECRAFT – these are all excerpted from small press magazines, fanzines or newspapers. I believe that Bob acquired these from the estate of August Derleth, who acquired them from the estate of Robert Barlow. The five poems are “Ode for July Fourth, 1917” (from The United Amateur, 717), “The East India Brick Row” (from The Providence Journal, 1/8/30), “Recognition” (from Driftwind, 12/36), “The Howler” (from Driftwind, 11/32) and “Homecoming” (from Science-Fantasy Correspondent, 11-12/36).50.00
ARGOSY – 8/9/41 – Wellman25.00
ARGOSY – 8/30/41 – Finlay cover, ERB (“The Quest of Tarzan” 2/3)30.00
ARGOSY – 9/6/41 – Finlay cover, ERB (“The Quest of Tarzan” 3/3), Price10.00
ARGOSY – 9/13/41 – Finlay cover with skull & crossbones, Roscoe, Price30.00
WONDER STORIES – 5/33 – CAS 90.00
WONDER STORIES – 6/3340.00
WONDER STORIES – 8/3390.00
WONDER STORIES – 10/3345.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 3/35 – Leinster, Campbell220.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 4/35 – Long, Campbell40.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 5/35 – Campbell55.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 6/35 – Wandrei, Campbell50.00
WEIRD TALES – 10/39 – REH (“Worms of the Earth” – Bran Mak Morn), HPL, Quinn, Farley80.00
WEIRD TALES – 11/39 – Kuttner, Quinn30.00
WEIRD TALES – 12/39 – HPL poem, CAS poem, Moore, Quinn, Long, Bloch160.00
WONDER STORIES – 8/32 – CAS 90.00
WONDER STORIES – 9/3230.00
WONDER STORIES – 10/32 – CAS 250.00
WONDER STORIES – 11/32 – CAS 55.00
WONDER STORIES – 12/32 – Campbell65.00
BORACK, STANLEY – cover for unknown paperback; on back are written Paperback Library (crossed out) and Star Novels. The date April 18, 1960 is stamped on the back. The image has some damage, particularly on the woman’s head. Unframed; board 15” x 19”; image 14” x 14”.310.00
OLSON, VICTOR – cover to unidentified paperback. Note that the redline running along the left side of the image is a function of my scanner and is not on the painting itself. On masonite; unframed, board 18” x 22.5”; image 11.75” x 16”.130.00
SIXE, NORM – cover, “Man’s Illustrated”, July 1955. Comes with copy of the magazine. Unframed; board 14.5” x 17”; image 11” x 12”.120.00
DIME SPORT MAGAZINE – 7/35, v1n1 – Hubert Rogers cover80.00
SOUTH SEA STORIES – 6/40 – Kuttner 100.00
GOLDEN FLEECE – 10/38, v1n1 – Mundy500.00
GOLDEN FLEECE – 12/38 – Price85.00
GOLDEN FLEECE – 1/39 – REH (“Gates of Empire”), Farley, de Camp40.00
GOLDEN FLEECE – 2/39100.00
GOLDEN FLEECE – 3/39 – Quinn 130.00
GOLDEN FLEECE – 4/39 – Rousseau, Leinster50.00
GOLDEN FLEECE – 5/39 – Vivian 50.00
GOLDEN FLEECE – 6/39 – Price, McCulley100.00
ARGOSY – 10/4/41 – Ward cover, Brand, Beyer (“Minions of the Shadow” 3/5)35.00
ARGOSY – 1/24/42 – Ward cover40.00
WONDER STORIES – 3/33 – CAS 65.00
WONDER STORIES – 4/33 – CAS 35.00
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 3/50 – Bradbury, Clarke, MacDonald, van Vogt40.00
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 5/50 – MacDonald40.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 1/35 – Smith (“Skylark of Valeron” 6/7), Weinbaum, Long, Campbell60.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 2/35 – Smith (“Skylark of Valeron” 7/7), Long, Weinbaum, Campbell45.00
WEIRD TALES – 4/39 – HPL (“”The Curse of Yig” with Z.B. Bishop & “The Wicked Clergyman”), Quinn, Moore, Hamilton, Bloch, Starrett, Kuttner, Wellman110.00
WEIRD TALES – 9/39 – HPL (“Cool Air”), CAS, Price, Quinn, Derleth120.00
SHORT STORIES – 2/25/39 – Young; unusual fantasy/horror cover for this pulp200.00
TOP-NOTCH MAGAZINE – 10/1/30 – a rare SF cover and story for this pulp, “Ambassador to Mars”; Wood (Kroom story)140.00
TOP-NOTCH MAGAZINE – 5/3625.00
RANCH ROMANCES – 7/2540.00
THRILLING RANCH STORIES – 7/34 – Holmes 300.00
NORTH-WEST STORIES – Fall 1936 – Rousseau, Coburn35.00
LARIAT STORY MAGAZINE – 3/4750.00
JUNGLE STORIES – Winter 1938, v1n1 – Cave, Greene2000.00
JUNGLE STORIES – Fall 1944130.00
JUNGLE STORIES – Summer 1950 – MacCreagh55.00
TRUE MYSTIC SCIENCE – 11/38, v1n150.00
SEA STORY ANNUAL – 194420.00
WONDER STORIES – 1/3340.00
WONDER STORIES – 2/3325.00
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 7/50 – MacDonald, Brown60.00
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 9/50 – Hubbard, Brown75.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 10/34 – Smith (“Skylark of Valeron” 3/7), Moore, Long65.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 11/34 – Smith (“Skylark of Valeron” 4/7), Long, Leinster, Campbell50.00
WEIRD TALES – 2/39 – REH (Kull poem), HPL poems, CAS, Quinn, Wellman, Derleth, Wandrei, Bloch (as by Nathan Hindin), Kuttner60.00
WEIRD TALES – 3/39 – HPL (“The Quest of Iranon”), REH poem, Quinn, Wellman, Derleth, Hamilton, Farley85.00
WEIRD TALES – 5/26 – Quinn, Derleth, Owen180.00
WEIRD TALES – 11/33 – CAS, Moore, Hamilton, Price1100.00
WEIRD TALES – 6/34 – REH (“The Haunter of the Ring” – Cthulhu), CAS, Derleth, Williamson260.00
WEIRD TALES – 7/35 – Moore, Hamilton160.00
WEIRD TALES – 8/35 – CAS, Quinn, Ernst (Dr. Satan)470.00
WEIRD TALES – 9/35 – CAS, Ernst (Dr. Satan), Bloch, Hamilton280.00
WEIRD TALES – 11/35 – REH (“Shadows in Zamboula” – Conan), CAS poem, Ernst (Dr. Satan), Price, Derleth320.00
WEIRD TALES – 6/36 – REH (“Black Canaan”), Derleth, Bloch, Williamson330.00
WEIRD TALES – 3/38 – HPL (“Beyond the Wall of Sleep”), REH poem, Price, Quinn, Williamson, Kuttner460.00
WEIRD TALES – 4/38 – HPL poem, REH poem, CAS, Bloch, Williamson, Farley, Quinn, Starrett220.00
AMERICAN FICTION SERIES #4 – very scarce U.K. anthology published by Utopian Publications in 1945. Although the covers on these all featured racy photos or illustrations of women, the stories themselves are not risque. Lead story is “Lady in Danger” by Williamson (retitling of “Wizard’s Isle” from Weird Tales, 6/34). Also contains “The Curse of the House” by Bloch (from Strange Stories, 2/39) and “Spanish Vampire” by Price (WT 9/39).190.00
AMERICAN FICTION SERIES #5 – very scarce U.K. anthology published by Utopian Publications in 1946. Lead story is “Tiger Girl” by Hamilton (retitling of “The Six Sleepers” from Weird Tales, 10/35). Also contains “Apprentice Magician” by Price (WT 8/39).400.00
“MURDER IN THE CLINIC” BY EDMOND HAMILTON – AMERICAN FICTION SERIES #7 – very scarce U.K. anthology published by Utopian Publications in 1946. Contains two stories by Hamilton – “Murder in the Clinic” (Scientific Detective Monthly, 5/30) and “The Land of Unreason” (Wonder Stories, 5/33).675.00
“ARCTIC BRIDE” BY S.P. MEEK – AMERICAN FICTION SERIES #2 – very scarce U.K. anthology published by Utopian Publications in 1944. Contains 2 stories by Meek – “Arctic Bride” and “Nasturtia”.100.00
“SEA KISSED” BY ROBERT BLOCH – AMERICAN FICTION SERIES #3 – first printing of Bloch’s first book; very scarce U.K. anthology published by Utopian Publications in 1945. Collects 4 stories by Bloch: “Sea-Kissed” (with Kuttner; originally “The Black Kiss,” Weird Tales 6/37), “Lady in Wax” (originally “Waxworks”, Weird Tales, 1/39) “Beetles” (Weird Tales, 12/38) and “The Totem Pole” (Weird Tales, 8/39).550.00
“SEA KISSED” BY ROBERT BLOCH – AMERICAN FICTION SERIES #3 – second printing of Bloch’s first book; very scarce U.K. anthology published by Utopian Publications in 1945. Collects 4 stories by Bloch: “Sea-Kissed” (with Kuttner; originally “The Black Kiss,” Weird Tales 6/37), “Lady in Wax” (originally “Waxworks”, Weird Tales, 1/39) “Beetles” (Weird Tales, 12/38) and “The Totem Pole” (Weird Tales, 8/39). This second printing also includes “Goper’s Head” by Benson Herbert.390.00
GEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by The Frank A. Munsey pulp chain on August 30, 1916, in the amount of $250, as payment for his serial, “Heart’s Haven”. The serial was apparently retitled; it’s possible it’s for “The Gift Supreme” (Munsey’s Magazine, 1/17-6/17). Endorsed by England on the back.35.00
MERLE CONSTINER SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on September 29, 1943, in the amount of $300, as payment for his Dean story, “The Affair of the Pharmacist’s Fudge” (Dime Detective, 1/44). Endorsed by Constiner on the back. Also signed by publisher Harry Steeger.60.00
BRUNO FISCHER SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on August 22, 1940, in the amount of $133, as payment for “The Crab Men” (Dime Mystery). Endorsed by Fischer on the back. Also signed by publisher Harry Steeger.35.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 10/33 – the first issue published by Street & Smith – Wandrei200.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 11/33 – Leinster, Williamson130.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 12/33 – CAS, Wandrei, Williamson80.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 1/34 – Wandrei, Williamson85.00
WEIRD TALES – 11/25 – La Spina, Wells, Poe140.00
WEIRD TALES – 6/26 – HPL (“The Moon-Bog”)550.00
WEIRD TALES – 7/26 – paper tape attached to right side inside front cover and left side inside back cover – Quinn, Price, La Spina190.00
SCARLET ADVENTURESS – 7/35, v1n1 – back cover damage130.00
SCARLET ADVENTURESS – 5/36200.00
SCARLET ADVENTURESS – 1/37 – Palmer370.00
THRILLING DETECTIVE – 12/37500.00
ACE MYSTERY – 5/36, v1n1 – Cave, Davis1200.00
ACE MYSTERY – 9/36 – Gruber, Davis1100.00
STRANGE STORIES – 6/39 – Wellman, Derleth, Bloch, Kuttner1600.00
GUN MOLLS – 3/32 – Stuart Palmer (1 of 2)1400.00
STRANGE TALES – 9/31, v1n1 – CAS, Cummings, Rousseau1600.00
WEIRD TALES – 12/32 – features the first appearance of Conan, in REH’s, “The Phoenix on the Sword.” Also Kline – “Buccaneers of Venus” 2/6, Quinn, Hamilton & Starrett.17000.00
RUDOLPH BELARSKSI ORIGINAL PAINTING – cover, circa 1950’s, for unknown men’s magazine or outdoor magazine. Canvas on stretcher bars; canvas 20” x 28”; image 17” x 23.5”.
WEIRD TALES – 2/26 – HPL (“The Cats of Ulthar”), CAS poem, Quinn, Price525.00
WEIRD TALES – 1/26 – HPL (“The Tomb”), Price330.00
WEIRD TALES – 11/30 – REH (“Kings of the Night” – Bran Mak Morn), HPL poem, CAS, Hamilton, Quinn, Long350.00
WEIRD TALES – 8/37 – HPL (“The Statement of Randolph Carter”). REH poem, Owen, Hamilton, Kuttner, Wellman250.00
WEIRD TALES – 3/37 – HPL (“The Picture in the House”), Bloch, Hasse (Cthulhu story), Wellman, Hamilton400.00
WEIRD TALES – 6/37 – CAS poem, Bloch, Kuttner, Long, new of HPL’s death125.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 6/36 – HPL (“The Shadow Out of Time”), Williamson, Campbell900.00
WAYNE ROGERS SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on March 20, 1940, in the amount of $150, as payment for “Bait of the Devil” (Dime Mystery). Endorsed by Rogers (which was a pseudonym of Archibald H. Bitner) on the back. Also signed by publisher Harry Steeger.30.00
FREDERICK C. DAVIS SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on December 7, 1948, in the amount of $126, as payment for “Cross My Fingers, Hope to Die” (Dime Mystery). Endorsed by Davis on the back. Also signed by publisher Harry Steeger.45.00
WEIRD TALES – 2/25 – HPL (“The Statement of Randolph Carter”), Owen, Giesy, La Spina420.00
TALES OF MAGIC AND MYSTERY – 12/27, v1n1 – Gibson, Owen310.00
TALES OF MAGIC AND MYSTERY – 1/28 – Gibson, Owen330.00
TALES OF MAGIC AND MYSTERY – 2/28 – Gibson200.00
TALES OF MAGIC AND MYSTERY – 3/28 – HPL (“Cool Air”), Gibson1100.00
TALES OF MAGIC AND MYSTERY – 4/28 – Gibson, Owen400.00
TERROR TALES – 1/352500.00
SPICY MYSTERY STORIES – 3/36 – Bellem, Cave (as Case)5000.00
SPICY MYSTERY STORIES – 8/35 – covers nearly detached – Bellem, Price750.00
BLACK MASK – 11/37 – Canadian edition; contents the same as U.S. edition; white paper. Woolrich, Torrey250.00
WEIRD TALES – 10/26 – Quinn, Rousseau, Hamilton, Derleth400.00
WEIRD TALES – 11/27 – Wellman, Hamilton, Long370.00
WEIRD TALES – 9/28 – REH poem, CAS, Quinn, Derleth, Hamilton350.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 2/34160.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 3/34 – Williamson, Wandrei95.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 4/34 – Williamson, Wandrei200.00
THEODORE ROSCOE SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on March 2, 1943, in the amount of $44, as payment for “The Case of the Veiled Murderess” (Flynn’s Detective Fiction). Endorsed by Roscoe on the back. Also signed by publisher Harry Steeger.60.00
W. WIRT SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on February 13, 1937, in the amount of $90, as payment for “Little Tin Gods on Wheels” (Ace G-Man). Endorsed by Wirt on the back. Also signed by publisher Harry Steeger.120.00
WONDER STORIES – 6/30, first issue150.00
WONDER STORIES – 7/3035.00
DETECTIVE TALES – 10/36 – Page, Cummings400.00
DETECTIVE TALES – 10/37 – Page, Cummings250.00
DETECTIVE TALES – 10/39100.00
CANDID DETECTIVE – 1/39 – Cave 150.00
ROMANTIC DETECTIVE – 2/39 – Bellem, Price60.00
PUBLIC ENEMY – 2/36, v1n2 – cover detached – Cave 40.00
PUBLIC ENEMY – 3/36 – Cave 260.00
PUBLIC ENEMY – 4/36310.00
DETECTIVE BOOK MAGAZINE – Winter 1941-1942 – Saunders cover140.00
THRILLING DETECTIVE – 4/38 – Ernst, Tinsley130.00
“STRANGE OFFSPRING” BY RAYMOND A. PALMER – AMERICAN FICTION SERIES # 10 – very scarce U.K. anthology published by Utopian Publications in 1946. The title story is by Raymond A. Palmer; it also contains “The Malignant Entity” by Kline (Weird Tales 5-6-7/24).110.00
“MASTER OF DREAMS” BY HARL VINCENT – AMERICAN FICTION SERIES # 12 – very scarce U.K. anthology published by Utopian Publications in 1946. The title story is reprinted from Amazing Stories, 1/34; it also contains “Ham on Rye” by Gabriel Marlowe.420.00
AMERICAN FICTION SERIES #8 – very scarce U.K. anthology published by Utopian Publications in 1946. Lead story is “Youth Madness” by Stanton Coblentz (retitling of “The Planet of Youth” from Wonder Stories, 10/32. Also contains “The Secret of Sebek” by Bloch (Weird Tales 11/37).130.00
“SEX SERUM” BY H.O. DICKSON – AMERICAN FICTION SERIES #9 – very scarce U.K. anthology published by Utopian Publications in 1945. In addition to the title story, it contains “The Red Swimmer” by Bloch (Weird Tales, 4/39), as well as “The Man with the X-Ray Eyes” by Hamilton (Wonder Stories, 11/33).100.00
“LOVE IN TIME” BY JOHNSON HARRIS – AMERICAN FICTION SERIES # 6 – very scarce U.K. anthology published by Utopian Publications in 1945. “Love in Time” is by John Wyndham under a pseudonym and originally appeared in Wonder Stories, 3/33.130.00
“GIRL IN TROUBLE” BY E. RANK PARKER – AMERICAN FICTION SERIES # 1 – very scarce U.K. chapbook published by Utopian Publications in 1944. 420.00
WEIRD TALES – 8/38 – HPL (“The Tree”), REH poem, Quinn, Hamilton, Derleth, Wellman210.00
WEIRD TALES – 11/38 – HPL (“The Nameless City”), REH poem, Bloch, Quinn210.00
WEIRD TALES – 12/38 – REH poem, Quinn, Bloch260.00
WEIRD TALES – 1/39 – HPL (“Medusa’s Coil” with Z.B. Bishop), CAS, Bloch, Hamilton, Starrett50.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 6/34 – Williamson, Leinster160.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 8/34 – Smith (“Skylark of Valeron” 1/7), Williamson300.00
FANTASTIC NOVELS cover proof for 1/51 issue40.00
DWIGHT BABCOCK SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on November 8, 1934, in the amount of $187, as payment for “Private Murder Party” (Dime Detective, February 1, 1935). Endorsed by Babcock on the back. Also signed by publishers Harry Steeger and Harold S. Goldsmith.110.00
WALT COBURN SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on March 12, 1936, in the amount of $550, as payment for “Twisted Trail” (Big-Book Western). I don’t think Coburn ever appeared in Big-Book Western, so this story undoubtedly was moved to another one of Popular Publications’ western pulps. Endorsed by Coburn on the back. Also signed by publishers Harry Steeger and Harold S. Goldsmith.25.00
JOSEPH SHAW ASSOCIATES SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on December 3, 1951 to Joseph Shaw Associates (which was a literary agency founded by the legendary Black Mask editor, Joseph Shaw), in the amount of $240, as payment for “The Marshall from Yonder” by Thomas Thompson (10 Story Western; probably retitled as “The Bake Oven Ruckus” which ran in the August 1951 issue). Endorsed by someone at Joseph Shaw Associates on the back; I don’t think it’s Shaw. Also signed by publisher Harry Steeger.45.00
STRANGE DETECTIVE MYSTERIES – 10/37, v1n1 – Page, Ernst, Rogers420.00
STRANGE DETECTIVE MYSTERIES – 3/43 – classic cover (we ran this one in “The Art of the Pulps”)500.00
TEN DETECTIVE ACES – 4/36 – Davis875.00
TEN DETECTIVE ACES – 7/42 – Saunders cover160.00
TEN DETECTIVE ACES – 11/42 – Saunders cover; Davis250.00
SUPER-DETECTIVE – 3/43 – Jim Anthony story (by Bellem & W.T. Ballard)120.00
SPEED DETECTIVE – 8/45 – Bellem 130.00
DOUBLE DETECTIVE – 12/38 – signed on cover, possibly by author Edwin Truett – Cave 70.00
THE SECRET 6 – 10/34, v1n1725.00
THE SPIDER – 10/35 – Page (“Overlord of the Damned”)210.00
WEIRD TALES – 11/36 – HPL (“Pickman’s Model”), REH (“Black Hound of Death”), Quinn, Bloch525.00
WEIRD TALES – 5/37 – Quinn, Williamson, Kuttner, Farley, Derleth500.00
WEIRD TALES – 7/38 – REH poem, HPL poem, CAS, Kuttner, Quinn, Hamilton, Bloch, Price280.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 5/34 – Williamson, Wandrei80.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 7/34 – Williamson, Wandrei220.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 9/34 – Smith (“Skylark of Valeron” 2/7), Williamson, Wandrei80.00
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 11/5045.00
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 1/51 – MacDonald, Asimov120.00
WONDER STORIES – 12/31 – Hamilton230.00
WONDER STORIES – 11/31 – CAS300.00
DIME DETECTIVE MAGAZINE – 11/36 – Nebel, Daly, Gardner, Davis180.00
DIME DETECTIVE MAGAZINE – 6/15/34 – Daly, Gardner, Davis270.00
DIME DETECTIVE MAGAZINE – 2/40 – Daly, Torrey280.00
DIME DETECTIVE MAGAZINE – 10/36 – Daly 170.00
DIME DETECTIVE MAGAZINE – 2/15/34 – Torrey, Flynn420.00
DIME MYSTERY MAGAZINE – 7/37 – Cummings, Rogers210.00
DIME MYSTERY MAGAZINE – 11/43 – Gray, Cox280.00
MAMMOTH DETECTIVE – 2/44 – Bloch, Browne110.00
DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE – bound volume, Volume 129 – six issues from 7/25/31 through 8/29/31. Bound with front covers but not back covers. The 7/25/31 issue features The Shadow contest winners.90.00
DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE – bound volume, Volume 131 – six issues from 10/17/31 through 11/21/31. Bound with front covers but not back covers.70.00
UNIDENTIFIED ARTIST – cover to “This is My Range” by Paul Evan Lehman, published in the U.K. circa 1953. Unframed; board 12.75” x 18” image 8.75” x 14.5”.25.00
UNIDENTIFIED ARTIST – cover to “Sea Tyrant” by Peter Freuchen (Paperback Library, 1962). Comes with copy of the book. Unframed; board and image 19” x 24.75”.110.00
WOOLHISER, JOHN – cover to “The Boy in the Model-T” by Stephen Longstreet (Paperback Library, 1956). Unframed; board 15” x 20.5”; image 11” x 10”.30.00
WEIRD TALES – 11/26 – Price, Rousseau, Hamilton, Long110.00
WEIRD TALES – 1/28 – REH poem, HPL letter, Quinn, Cummings, Hamilton280.00
WEIRD TALES – 11/28 – HPL (“The Last Test” with Adolphe de Castro), Hamilton, Wandrei, Derleth130.00
WEIRD TALES – 7/29 – REH poem, Quinn, Hamilton310.00
WEIRD TALES – 2-3/31 – REH poem, HPL poems, Quinn, Hamilton, Long150.00
WEIRD TALES – 2/32 – REH (“The Thing on the Roof”- Cthulhu), Quinn, Hamilton, Wandrei, Kline, Long300.00
WONDER STORIES – 8/30190.00
WONDER STORIES – 9/30200.00
WONDER STORIES – 10/30 – CAS 210.00
WONDER STORIES – 1/32 – Campbell 180.00
WONDER STORIES – 2/32- Williamson, Hamilton60.00
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 4/51 – Brackett, Long60.00
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 6/51 – MacDonald, Bloch20.00
SUPER SCIENCE STORIES – 8/51 – Jakes30.00
ARGOSY – 2/21/4230.00
ARGOSY – 3/15/42 – Ward cover45.00
ARGOSY – 4/1/4260.00
ARGOSY – 4/15/42 – Bond30.00
WONDER STORIES – 3/32 – CAS 40.00
WONDER STORIES – 4/32 – Campbell 170.00
WONDER STORIES – 5/32210.00
WONDER STORIES – 6/32 – CAS110.00
WONDER STORIES – 7/32140.00
ORBIT SCIENCE FICTION – #10, 4/54 – rare Australian SF pulp. Derleth, Beaumont30.00
COSMIC SCIENCE STORIES – 1950 – scarce U.K. pulp partially reprinting Super Science Stories 9/49 – MacDonald40.00
“STRANGE ROMANCE” by Benson Herbert – rare U.K. SF chapbook published by Lloyd Cole (1943).20.00
“PIRATES OF VENUS” by Edgar Rice Burroughs – U.K. paperback (Pinnacle, 1954)30.00
“THE ETERNAL LOVER” and “THE CAVE GIRL” by Edgar Rice Burroughs – U.K. paperbacks (Pinnacle, 1953 and 1954)20.00
“TANAR OF PELLUCIDAR” and “PELLUCIDAR” by Edgar Rice Burroughs – U.K. paperbacks (Pinnacle, 1953 and 195520.00