Windy City Auction – Update – Part Two

Here are the prices realized from Saturday’s auction without the 10% Buyers Premium.

ITEM(S)AMT
THE PHANTOM DETECTIVE – 11/33170.00
THE PHANTOM DETECTIVE – 10/33200.00
CAPTAIN SATAN – 4/38150.00
CAPTAIN SATAN – 6/38375.00
DOC SAVAGE MAGAZINE – 6/37 – Dent (“The Land of Fear”)130.00
DOC SAVAGE MAGAZINE – 1/44 – Canadian edition – Dent (“The Mental Monster”)20.00
DOC SAVAGE MAGAZINE – 10/44 – Canadian edition – Dent (“The Three Devils”)60.00
THE SHADOW ANNUAL – 1942 – Gibson100.00
THE SHADOW ANNUAL – 1943 – Gibson90.00
THE SHADOW ANNUAL – 1947 – Gibson160.00
AMAZING STORIES – 5/26, v1n2 – Wells, Verne, Poe250.00
AMAZING STORIES – 6/26 – Kline, Leinster, Verne200.00
AMAZING STORIES – 7/26 – Wells, Verne, Poe240.00
AMAZING STORIES – 8/27 – classic “War of the Worlds” cover by Paul – Wells (1/2)400.00
AMAZING STORIES – 9/27 – HPL (“The Colour Out of Space” – Cthulhu), Kline, Wells (2/2)900.00
AMAZING STORIES – 10/28 – E.E. “Doc” Smith (“The Skylark of Space” 3/3). Classic Paul cover of robot fighting a lion.275.00
FUTURE FICTION – 11/39, v1n1 – Fearn180.00
FUTURE FICTION – 3/40 – Asimov, Hamilton, Williamson60.00
DYNAMIC SCIENCE STORIES – 4-5/39 – Saunders cover660.00
MARVEL SCIENCE STORIES – 4-5/39 – Saunders cover – Wellman, de Camp650.00
MARVEL TALES – 12/39575.00
UNCANNY STORIES – 4/41, v1n1 – Cummings, Keller280.00
HORROR STORIES – 8/40 – Rogers 300.00
HORROR STORIES – U.K edition #2 (1949?) – stories are from U.S. 10/40 edition – Cummings, Rogers140.00
HORROR STORIES – U.K edition #3 (1952?) – stories are from U.S. 8/40 edition – Rogers50.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Winter 1940, v1n1 – Hamilton325.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Spring 1940 – Hamilton130.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Summer 1940 – Hamilton280.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Fall 1940 – Hamilton220.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Winter 1941 – Hamilton, Brown140.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Spring 1941 – Hamilton240.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Summer 1941 – Hamilton160.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Winter 1942 – Hamilton, Cummings170.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Spring 1942 – Hamilton, Williamson180.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Fall 1942 – Hamilton, Williamson170.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Winter 1943 – Hamilton80.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Spring 1943 – Hamilton170.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Summer 1943 – Hamilton, Bradbury, Kuttner130.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Winter 1944 – Hamilton, Kuttner120.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – Spring 1944 – Hamilton, Brown70.00
ASTOUNDING SCIENCE FICTION – 8/38 – HPL – contains Campbell’s (writing as Don Stuart) “Who Goes There?”, later filmed as “The Thing”; Kuttner350.00
STARTLING STORIES – 1/50 – Hamilton (“The Return of Captain Future”), Hubbard (as LaFayette), Kuttner, van Vogt220.00
STRANGE STORIES – 2/40 – Cummings, Derleth, Quick100.00
STRANGE STORIES – 4/40 – Derleth, Wellman100.00
STRANGE STORIES – 6/40 – Kuttner, Derleth, Bloch80.00
STRANGE STORIES – 8/40 – Kuttner, Brackett, Derleth110.00
STRANGE STORIES – 10/40 – Bloch, Derleth, Kuttner, Quinn80.00
STRANGE STORIES – 12/40 – Quinn, Quick160.00
GHOST STORIES – 1/29 – Rousseau 110.00
GHOST STORIES – 2/30 – Robert W. Chambers, Upton Sinclair, Stuart Palmer60.00
GHOST STORIES – 6/27 – Wells, Rousseau160.00
GHOST STORIES – 11/27170.00
WEIRD TALES – 6/25 – Previously owned by famous early SF fan Jack Darrow, with his notes on TOC – Quinn, Long, Owen, La Spina350.00
WEIRD TALES – 8/25 – Previously owned by famous early SF fan Jack Darrow, with his notes on TOC – REH (“In the Forest of Villefere”), Leinster, Quinn, Long, Owen220.00
WEIRD TALES – 12/26 – HPL poem, Hamilton, Quinn, Price, Rousseau375.00
WEIRD TALES – 5/27 – Copyright registration copy, with Copyright Office stamps on cover and TOC – REH poem, Quinn, Cummings, Rousseau, Derleth175.00
WEIRD TALES – 9/27 – CAS, Kline, Derleth, Hamilton, Quinn, Owen, Rohmer300.00
WEIRD TALES – 10/27 – HPL (“Pickman’s Model”), REH poem, Quinn, Hamilton, Price, Kline, Wandrei375.00
WEIRD TALES – 6/28 – HPL (“The Lurking Fear”), Quinn, Hamilton, Derleth, Wellman, Wandrei500.00
WEIRD TALES – 8/29 – REH (“The Shadow Kingdom” – 1st Kull story), Hamilton, Derleth425.00
WEIRD TALES – 9/29 – REH (“The Mirrors of Tuzun Thune”- Kull), HPL (“The Hound”), Quinn, Hamilton, Price, Kline475.00
WEIRD TALES – 6/30 – REH (“The Moon of Skulls” 1/2 – Solomon Kane), HPL (“The Rats in the Walls”), CAS, Quinn, Wandrei, Derleth, Ernst325.00
WEIRD TALES – 9/32 – first Brundage WT cover – REH poem, CAS, Derleth, Rousseau, Long180.00
WEIRD TALES – 11/32 – St. John cover. Contains an ad discussing the contents of the next issue, which features the first appearance of Conan in “The Phoenix on the Sword”; the ad contains roughly half a page of text from that story and features the first appearance of the name of REH’s hero, Conan, in print. Also REH (“Worms of the Earth” – Bran Mak Morn), CAS, Kline (“Buccaneers of Venus’ 1/6), Quinn, Farley, Rousseau300.00
WEIRD TALES – 7/33 HPL (two stories – “The Dreams in the Witch-House” and, with Hazel Heald, “The Horror in the Museum”), REH poem, CAS, Quinn, Hamilton, Williamson425.00
STRANGE STORIES – 4/39 – Kuttner (twice, including Cthulhu story), Bloch, Moore, Derleth, Long, Farley350.00
STRANGE STORIES – 8/39 – Bloch, Price, Kuttner, Derleth, Jacobi200.00
STRANGE STORIES – 10/39 – Derleth, Wellman, Jacobi170.00
STRANGE STORIES – 12/39 – Bloch, Derleth, Wellman120.00
STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR – 10/32 – CAS, Rousseau, Cave, Long300.00
THE MAGIC CARPET MAGAZINE – 1/34 – REH (“The Shadow of the Vulture” – the only pulp tale of Red Sonya, who would later inspire the character Red Sonja), REH as Ervin (“Alleys of Darkness” – Dennis Dorgan), Quinn, Owen1500.00
THRILLING MYSTERIES – 4/35, v1n1 – only issue of this Popular Publications pulp; they were sued by the Thrilling pulp chain and ceased publication (Thrilling then came out with Thrilling Mystery in 10/35). Cave, Ernst150.00
TERROR TALES – 4/35 – Cave, Cummings1500.00
TERROR TALES – 8/35 – Cummings, Ernst850.00
TERROR TALES – 5/35 – Ernst 650.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 7/38 – Cummings1000.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 9/38 – Cummings, Hamilton1800.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 3/36 – spine and back cover stains – Cave, Rogers1000.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 11/36 – Kuttner, Rogers350.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 4/37 – Cave, Cummings, Williamson, Rogers350.00
SCIENCE FICTION COLLECTOR – dated 9/38 on cover, 10-11/38 on TOC (v4n4) – very rare, early SF fanzine. Edited by John Baltadonis, with Oswald Train as Assistant Editor, Morris Scott Dollens as Assistant Art Editor, and Robert Madle and Sam Moskowitz as associate Editors.150.00
“THE STAR-TREADER AND OTHER POEMS” by Clark Ashton Smith – first edition, published by A.M. Robertson in 1912. CAS’ first book. While 2,000 copies were printed, Currey notes that approximately 1,000 unbound sheets were destroyed in a fire. Signed by CAS on the dedication page (the book was dedicated “To My Mother”). No dust jacket.375.00
“CHANTS DE GUERRE ET DE MORT” by Robert E. Howard (Nouvelles éditions Oswald (Néo), Paris, 1987). This is the deluxe edition of this collection of REH poems, edited by Francois Truchaud. Each of the poems appears in English, followed by the French translation on the facing page. Oversized paperback, with a dust jacket. The paperback edition of this is limited to 450 signed and numbered copies, but this is neither signed nor numbered. The contents are similar, but not identical, to those in the Arkham House collection, “Always Comes Evening”. On a personal level, I think it’s a lovely book, with three color and five black and white interior illos by Jean-Michel Nicollet.150.00
“VERSES IN EBONY” by Robert E. Howard – this is a proto-type edition, published in 1974 by George Hamilton, in an edition of 50 copies. Later in 1974, Hamilton would publish the actual small press version of this booklet, limited to 250 copies, but none of the contents were the same. This booklet contains four poems which were first printed by Roy Squires (“The Road to Rome”, “The Gold & The Gray,” “Black Dawn” and “Song of the Naked Lands”). It was never intended for sale, but was produced to show Glenn Lord what the finished product would look like, in order to license from Lord the works that would appear in the actual booklet. Exceedingly rare, and not even listed on Howard Works.220.00
THE ALL-AROUND MAGAZINE – 3/23, v1n1 – incredibly rare amateur press magazine published by REH’s friend, Tevis Clyde Smith.140.00
THE ALL-AROUND MAGAZINE – 4/23 – incredibly rare amateur press magazine published by REH’s friend, Tevis Clyde Smith.80.00
THE ALL-AROUND MAGAZINE – 5-6/23 – incredibly rare magazine, featuring some of REH’s first fiction, written while he was in high school. This was an amateur press magazine published by REH’s friend, Tevis Clyde Smith. This issue contains the first installment of the serial “Under the Great Tiger” by REH and Smith.1300.00
THE ALL-AROUND MAGAZINE – 7/23 – incredibly rare magazine, featuring some of REH’s first fiction, written while he was in high school. This was an amateur press magazine published by REH’s friend, Tevis Clyde Smith. This issue contains the second installment of the serial “Under the Great Tiger” by REH and Smith. No further installments of the serial appeared.500.00
FRAMED PHOTO OF ROBERT E. HOWARD AND HIS DOG “PATCHES” – circa 1925, taken at his home in Cross Pains, TX. Frame made from original picket fence from REH home. Limited edition of which this is #47, made in 2005.450.00
CLARK ASHTON SMITH, “OUTLANDERS” POEM – signed by Smith. Matted and framed with a page from the 8/49 issue of Famous Fantastic Mysteries featuring a Masters of Fantasy illustration by Neil Austin.200.00
CLARK ASHTON SMITH, “THE STATUE OF SILENCE” – typed verse, dated May 28, 1915 and signed by Smith; matted and framed.240.00
H.P. LOVECRAFT, SIGNED POSTCARD TO ROBERT E. HOWARD – a rare postcard from one giant in the field to another. Postmarked August 24, 1931.3100.00
ROBERT E. HOWARD SIGNED LETTER – typed letter from REH to the editor of the pulp, Thrills of the Jungle. Signed by REH. Not dated but either late 1929 or early 1930, as Thrills of the Jungle only saw one issue, dated 12/29. Matted and framed.4000.00
AMAZING STORIES ANNUAL – 1927, v1n1 – the only issue, since it was so successful Gernsback changed it to a quarterly. ERB (“The Master Mind of Mars”), Merritt (“The Face in the Abyss” and “The People in the Pit”). Inside front cover partially glued to first page along the spine.425.00
AMAZING STORIES – 4/26, v1n1 – the first issue of the first U.S. science fiction magazine. Small pieces off back cover; covers mostly detached. Wells, Verne, Poe, England650.00
AMAZING STORIES – 8/28 – features “Armageddon – 2419 AD”, which is the first appearance of the iconic science fiction hero, Buck Rogers. The issue also contains part 1 (of 3) of E.E. “Doc” Smith’s classic space opera tale, “The Skylark of Space.”1500.00
WEIRD TALES – 9/34 – REH (“The People of the Black Circle” 1/3 – Conan), Quinn, Derleth400.00
WEIRD TALES – 10/33 – features Brundage’s “bat woman” cover, perhaps the most iconic Weird Tales cover. Authors include REH (“The Pool of the Black One” – Conan), HPL (“The Festival”), CAS, Quinn, Williamson, Long3700.00
THE SHADOW – 1/15/33 – featuring George Rozen’s classic cover for “The Creeping Death”. Heavy wear to spine and back cover, including tape.3700.00
THE SHADOW – 12/31, v1n5 – “Gangdom’s Doom”600.00
THE SHADOW – 11/31, v1n4 – “The Red Menace”280.00
THE SHADOW – 10/31, v1n3 – “The Shadow Laughs”950.00
THE SHADOW – 7/31, v1n2 – “Eyes of The Shadow”1600.00
TERROR TALES – 1/351800.00
TERROR TALES – 3/35 – Price 550.00
TERROR TALES – 10/35 – Cave, Ernst2000.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 3/39 – Cummings 1000.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 9/37 – Kuttner, Fearn425.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 3/38 – Kuttner, Sale550.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 7/37 – Kuttner, Williamson, Fearn1600.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 1/37 – Cave, Kuttner, Rogers2400.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 6/37 – Cave, Kuttner, Jacobi1000.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 11/38 – Cave, Fearn1300.00
DOC SAVAGE – 4/33, v1n2 – “The Land of Terror”4000.00
DOC SAVAGE – 6/33 – “The Polar Treasure”2000.00
DOC SAVAGE – 7/33 – “Pirate of the Pacific”325.00
DOC SAVAGE – 8/33 – “The Red Skull”5000.00
DOC SAVAGE – 9/33 – “The Lost Oasis”800.00
DOC SAVAGE – 10/33 – “The Sargasso Ogre”1200.00
DOC SAVAGE – 11/33 – “The Czar of Fear”400.00
DOC SAVAGE – 12/33 – “The Phantom City”325.00
WEIRD TALES – 8/34 – REH (“The Devil in Iron” – Conan), CAS poem, Moore, Cave, Long375.00
WEIRD TALES – 12/35 – REH (“The Hour of the Dragon” 1/5 – Conan), CAS, Hamilton500.00
WEIRD TALES – 1/36 – REH (“The Hour of the Dragon” 2/5 – Conan), HPL (“Dagon”), Moore, Derleth, Quinn350.00
WEIRD TALES – 2/36 – REH (“The Hour of the Dragon” 3/5 – Conan), HPL (“The Temple”), Moore, Kuttner, Owen240.00
WEIRD TALES – 3/36 – REH (“The Hour of the Dragon” 4/5 – Conan), CAS, Hamilton, Kuttner, Ernst (Doctor Satan)450.00
WEIRD TALES – 4/36 – REH (“The Hour of the Dragon” 5/5 – Conan), Bloch, Williamson, Price, Derleth325.00
UNCANNY TALES – 11/41 – Canadian pulp – CAS, Kuttner (as by Bellin)700.00
STARTLING STORIES – 9/50 – classic Bergey cover – Hamilton (Captain Future), Vance, Kuttner140.00
EERIE MYSTERIES – 8/38, v1n1 – Saunders cover650.00
EERIE STORIES – 8/37, v1n1 (only issue) – Saunders cover1200.00
HORROR STORIES – 8-9/37 – Rogers 1100.00
HORROR STORIES – 7/35 – Cummings, Ernst600.00
HORROR STORIES – 4-5/37 – Page, Rogers1400.00
HORROR STORIES – 2-3/37 – Cummings, Rogers650.00
HORROR STORIES – 12/35 – Rogers, Ernst550.00
HORROR STORIES – 8-9/36 – Cummings, Ernst1000.00
MOVIE ACTION – 11/35, v1n1110.00
PLANET STORIES – Winter 1939, v1n1400.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 1/38 – Kuttner, Cummings, Jacobi650.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 11/37 – Kuttner, Cummings, Jacobi, Long1600.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 5/39 – Kuttner, Cummings, Jacobi600.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 7/39 – Kuttner, Cummings, Jacobi550.00
THRILLING MYSTERY – 12/36 – Kuttner, Fearn1100.00
TERROR TALES – 2 issues – 1/41 (Cave) & 8/35 (Cummings, Ernst)250.00
STRANGE STORIES – 2/39, v1n1 – Kuttner (two stories, including Cthulhu), Bloch, Derleth, Wellman, Kline, Farley220.00
CAPTAIN FUTURE – 3 issues – Winter 1941, Fall 1942 & Spring 1943 – Hamilton, Brown, Williamson, Bradbury, Kuttner140.00
“THE SONG OF HIAWATHA” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow – this was once apparently in the library of H.P. Lovecraft, as it’s signed by him on the front free endpaper. Published by H.M. Caldwell Company (n.d.). The page prior to the title page is loose.1300.00
“THE COLUMBIAN ORATOR” by Caleb Bingham – this was once apparently in the library of H.P. Lovecraft, as it’s signed by him on the front free endpaper, as well as on the rear fixed endpaper. There are also a few pages with paper book marks with some slight writing on those pages; I’m not sure if those are in HPL’s hand. The book is in rough shape, with the front and rear boards detached. Published in 1821 by William S. Parker.900.00
Edward R. Home-Gall, “THE HUMAN BAT V THE ROBOT GANGSTER” – published in London by Mark Goulden Ltd. in 1950 as Volume 2 in The Fantasy Library. Exceedingly scarce.425.00
NEUROMANCER (by William Gibson)- a Cabana Boy Productions Inc.: NY. 1987. Glossy brochure/prospectus for the proposed film of the book, with 17 pages of publicity material loosely inserted in a glossy card covers, stamped “Cabana Boy Productions.” Also comes with mailing envelope. Obviously the film was never made but the whole story can be read on The Digital Antiquarian website, titled “Turning On, Booting Up, and Jacking into Neuromancer” from November 11, 2016.160.00
GOTHIC ROMANCES #1 (Atlas-Seaboard, 1974). Only issue of the title. Neal Adams, Howard Chaykin, and Russ Heath art. Overstreet lists as “scarce”.350.00
STRANGE ADVENTURES – #1 (1946) – scarce U.K. pulp110.00
“THE AQUADUCT” by Ray Bradbury – chapbook published in 1979 by Roy Squires. #37 of 230. Signed by Bradbury. With publisher’s envelope. The small illustration on the title page has been hand colored by artist Andrew Smith. Also comes with a one page promotional flier for the book which Squires had produced; at the bottom, Bradbury has written: “‘Looks fine to me!’ Ray Bradbury 9/1/79”130.00
“THE DRAGON” by Ray Bradbury – chapbook published in 1988 by Footsteps Press. #256 of 300. Signed by Bradbury.110.00
AUGUST DERLETH LETTER ON ARKHAM HOUSE STATIONARY – Dated 11/19/46 to Mr. Price (presumably author E. Hoffmann Price). Signed by Derleth.100.00
AUGUST DERLETH LETTER ON ARKHAM HOUSE STATIONARY – Dated 12/20/69 to author Ross Rocklynne. Signed by Derleth.90.00
AUGUST DERLETH & CLARK ASHTON SMITH EPHEMERA – postcard from Derleth to Roger C. Jones re: Arkham House back stock, signed by Derleth, together with an envelope from the Library of Congress addressed to Clark Ashton Smith, postmarked in 1926.90.00
HANNES BOK SKETCH AND CHECK – an unsigned sketch by Bok, “Revelry”, together with a check signed by Bok.200.00
“’GOLDEN HOPE’ CHRISTMAS” by Robert E. Howard – scarce chapbook published in an edition of 100 by McHaney’s Shirt Pocket Press in 2002, and signed by Dennis McHaney, published for the 30th Anniversary Mailing of The Robert E. Howard United Press Association. It reprints a story REH wrote as a high school student that originally appeared in the December 22, 1922 issue of his school’s student newspaper, “The Tattler”.80.00
“THE LOVECRAFT TAROT” by David Wynn & D.L. Hutchinson (illustrator) – the first edition of this HPL themed tarot deck, published by Mythos Books in 1997 in an edition of 100, of which this is #55. Signed by the artist.325.00
“THE TITAN” by P. Schuyler Miller – rare proof of the dust jacket from Fantasy Press, featuring a Hannes Bok illustration.10.00
“KINSMEN OF THE DRAGON” by Stanley Mullen – the dust jacket only of this book from Shasta, featuring a Hannes Bok illustration. The jacket has never been on a book and is flat, without folds, other than where the spine turns into the back of the jacket. One of Bok’s best dj illustrations.60.00
AIR WONDER STORIES – 9/29100.00
AIR WONDER STORIES – 10/29130.00
AIR WONDER STORIES – 11/29 – Hamilton, Williamson60.00
AIR WONDER STORIES – 12/29 – Hamilton 150.00
AIR WONDER STORIES – 1/30 – England 1/4120.00
AIR WONDER STORIES – 2/30 – England 2/480.00
AIR WONDER STORIES – 3/30 – Hamilton, England 3/4110.00
SCIENCE WONDER QUARTERLY – Fall 1929, v1n1 – Hamilton 100.00
SCIENCE WONDER QUARTERLY – Winter 1930 – Previously owned by famous early SF fan Jack Darrow, with his notes on TOC.125.00
SCIENCE WONDER QUARTERLY – Spring 1930 – Long180.00
WONDER QUARTERLY – Summer 1930180.00
WONDER QUARTERLY – Fall 1930160.00
WONDER QUARTERLY – Winter 1931 – Previously owned by famous early SF fan Jack Darrow, with his notes on TOC – Cummings325.00
WONDER QUARTERLY – Summer 1931260.00
WONDER QUARTERLY – Fall 1931 – CAS100.00
SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE MONTHLY – 4/30 – Hamilton100.00
HORROR STORIES – 11/35 – Rogers, Ernst350.00
HORROR STORIES – 3/35, v1n3 – Page, Cave425.00
HORROR STORIES – 4/41 – Cummings260.00
HORROR STORIES – 6-7/37 – Cummings, Rogers, Ernst220.00
HORROR STORIES – 2-3/38 – Page, Cummings, Rogers350.00
HORROR STORIES – 8/35 – Cave350.00
HORROR STORIES – 6/35 – Ernst 240.00
SICK BOUND VOLUME – v1n1-v2n8 (Headline Publications, 1960-62). File copies of Sick V1#1-6 and V2#1-8 that have been trimmed and bound into a hardcover volume with “Property of Joe Simon” written boldly on the inside of the front cover in an unknown hand. Several feature art by Joe Simon. The binding has cracked, causing the second issue to separate from the volume. Al bought this from Heritage in 2012, which listed it as being from the Joe Simon Estate.400.00
SICK BOUND VOLUME – #s 31-48 (Headline Publications, 1964-66). File copies of Sick #31-48 that have been trimmed and bound into a hardcover volume with “Property of Joe Simon” written boldly on the inside of the front cover in an unknown hand. Issue #41 features art by Simon, and #47 features a cover by him. The binding has cracked between issues #33 and #34. Al bought this from Heritage in 2012, which listed it as being from the Joe Simon Estate.150.00
WEIRD TALES – 9/40 – Hamilton, Bond90.00
“JACKBOOT GIRLS” BY Leslie McManus (a/k/a James Moffat) – published by NEL in 1971, first edition.40.00
“THE REVENGE OF FRANKENSTEIN” by Jimmy Sangster – rare U.K. paperback, published by Panther Books in 1958; based on the screenplay of the movie. Third printing.130.00
“EARTH, AIR, FIRE & WATER” by Brian Lumley – published by Fedogan & Bremer in 2018; first paperback edition. Cover art by Bob Eggleton, interior artwork by Jim Pitts. Signed by both Lumley and Pitts. With a detailed Cthulhu color illustration by Pitts on the first page, one of four he did specially in 2018.60.00
PLANET STORIES – Summer 1940 – Cummings, Fearn100.00
PLANET STORIES – Fall 1940 – Bond, Cummings80.00
PLANET STORIES – Summer 1941 – Brackett, Bond, Cummings90.00
PLANET STORIES – Winter 1941 – Bond, Cummings, Long40.00
PLANET STORIES – Fall 1942 – Kuttner100.00
PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 3/43 (Brackett, Bond, Cummings, Jacobi) & Winter 1942/43 (Brackett, Bond, Kline)190.00
PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 5/43 (Brackett, Bok) & Fall 1943 (Brackett, Bond, Jacobi)350.00
PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Winter 1943 (Kuttner, Bond) & Fall 1944 (Kuttner, Jacobi)50.00
PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Spring 1945 (Brackett, Jacobi) & Summer 1945170.00
PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Winter 1945 (Fox) & Fall 1945 (Cummings, Fox)80.00
PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Summer 1948 (Bradbury, Fox) & Summer 1947 (Fox)80.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 2/36 – HPL (“At the Mountains of Madness” 1/3), Long240.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 3/36 – HPL (“At the Mountains of Madness” 2/3), Weinbaum, Long20.00
ASTOUNDING STORIES – 4/36 – HPL (“At the Mountains of Madness” 3/3), Wellman50.00
OUT OF THIS WORLD ADVENTURES – 7/50, v1n1 – Cummings, van Vogt, 32 page comic section, including “Crom the Barbarian” by Gardner Fox. 5” lower spine split.50.00
OUT OF THIS WORLD ADVENTURES – 12/50, v1n2 – 32 page comic section, including “Crom the Barbarian” story by Gardner Fox. Front cover detached.50.00
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES – 5/39, v1n1160.00
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES – 7/39 – ERB, Bond50.00
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES – 9/39 – Hamilton, Bond60.00
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES – 11/39 – Bond60.00
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES – 1/40100.00
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES – 2/40 – Nowlan (1/2), Bond70.00
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES – 3/40 – Nowlan (2/2) Bond100.00
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES – 4/40 – Bloch, Bond260.00
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES – 5/40 – “The Whispering Gorilla”, Bond140.00
PICTURE PLAY – 4/3140.00
PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Spring 1950 (Bradbury) & Fall 194950.00
PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Fall 1950 (Bradbury) & 11/50 (MacDonald, Brown)60.00
PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 1/51 & 1/54 (Dick, Bradbury, Brackett)50.00
PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 3/54 & 5/54 (Dick)40.00
PLANET STORIES – 3 issues – Fall 1954, Winter 1954-55 (Brackett) & 1/5160.00
“THE METAL MONSTER” by Belli Luigi – rare U.K. SF paperback, published by World Distributors in 1951 as part of their World Fantasy Classic series. 1st edition.30.00
“LAUGHTER IN SPACE” by John Russell Fearn writing as Vargo Statten – rare U.K. SF paperback, published by Scion in 1952. Ron Turner cover. The story is expanded from “Laughter Out of Space,” which appeared in the 7/39 issue of Future Fiction as by “Dennis Clive.” 1st edition.15.00
“ASTRO RACE” by King Lang (a/k/a David Griffiths) – rare U.K. SF paperback, published by Curtis Warren in 1951. Ray Theobald cover. 1st edition.20.00
“PLANET X” by Gill Hunt (a/k/a Denis Hughes) – rare U.K. SF paperback, published by Curtis Warren in 1951. Ray Theobald cover. 1st edition.20.00
“TASK FLIGHT” by King Lang (a/k/a David Griffiths – rare U.K. SF paperback, published by Curtis Warren in 1951. Ray Theobald cover. 1st edition.20.00