Auction

Auction was very successful, with tons of record prices, and tons of happy customers. Updating the each nights auction with prices realized.

Our standard Friday Night Estate and our Saturday Special two part auctions is being updated now with images. Like previous years, we will hold a silent auction on all lots, and this allows those not attending the convention a chance at winning auction lots. Simply, the highest price left during our silent auction period will be our starting point for the live portion of our auction. If there is no higher bid, then the silent auction bidder will be the winner. 

Please be aware that there is a 10% Buyers Premium added to all winning lots, and for those who are bidding and are not at the convention will also have to pay a 5% credit card fee, as well as the cost of shipping.

FRIDAY NIGHT AUCTION RESULTS – Amount doesn’t show the 10% Buyers Premium:

1 DYNAMIC SCIENCE STORIES – complete two issue run of this Red Circle pulp, the second issue of which changed to a bit of a SF/weird menace pulp. 2/39 (v1n1; Bond) & 4-5/39 (Saunders cover; Wellman) 184 $950.00
2 FROM UNKNOWN WORLDS – 2 copies of the U.K. edition of this anthology, one hardcover in dust jacket and one paperback, published in 1952. With great Cartier art and stories by Bloch, Boucher, Kuttner and others. 233 $90.00
3 TALES OF WONDER – 4 issues – 1937 (#1), Spring 1938, Summer 1938 & Autumn 1938. Authors include Hamilton, Keller & Fearn. 115 $350.00
4 TALES OF WONDER – 4 issues – Winter 1938, Spring 1939, Summer 1939 & Autumn 1939. Authors include CAS, Hamilton, Clarke, Coblentz, Leinster, Williamson & Keller. 115 $575.00
5 TALES OF WONDER – 4 issues – Winter 1939, Spring 1940, Summer 1940 & Autumn 1940. Authors include CAS, Leinster & Coblentz, Hamilton. 115 $575.00
6 TALES OF WONDER – 4 issues – Winter 1941, Spring 1941, Autumn 1941 & Spring 1942. Authors include CAS & Williamson. 340 $180.00
7 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Winter 1945 (Fox) & Spring 1946 (Bradbury, Kuttner) 178 $190.00
8 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Summer 1946 (Bradbury – classic “The Million Year Picnic”, Brackett) & Fall 1946 (Bradbury, Jacobi) 222 $160.00
9 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Winter 1946 (Fox, Jacobi) & Spring 1947 (Bradbury, Fox) 178 $200.00
10 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Summer 1947 Fox) & Fall 1947 (Bradbury) 178 $120.00
11 ERB & J. ALLEN ST. JOHN RELATED CORRESPONDENCE FROM STANLEIGH VINSON TO SAM PEEPLES – seven letters from Vinson to Peeples (six between 1972 & 1973, and one from 1966), with ERB content as well as content about St. John (Peeples was apparently working on a book on St. John). Bob acquired these from Peeples. Also includes photocopies of four letters from ERB to St. John from between 1920 and 1933, and a photocopy of a 1933 letter on ERB, Inc. letterhead to St. John from C.R. Rothmund, Secretary of ERB, Inc. 142 $60.00
12 AMAZING STORIES – 3 issues with the complete 3 part serialization of ERB’s “The Land that Time Forgot” – 2/27 (ERB 1/3, Wells “First Men in the Moon” 3/3), 3/27 (ERB 2/3, Merritt “People of the Pit”, Stribling “Green Splotches”) & 4/27 (ERB 3/3, Wells, Keeler, Poe) 418 $550.00
13 THE WIZARD – 3 issues – 10/40 (v1n1), 12/40 & 2/41 533 $60.00
14 THE WIZARD/CASH GORMAN – 3 issues – as “The Wizard” 4/41; as “Cash Gorman” 6/41 & 8/41 (final issue) 206 $40.00
15 GOLDEN FLEECE – 10/38 (Mundy, HBJ) 446 $110.00
16 GOLDEN FLEECE – 2 issues – 11/38 (REH, HBJ) & 12/38 (HBJ, Price) 285 $120.00
17 WEIRD TALES – 2/27 – Quinn, Hamilton, Rousseau, Derleth; trimmed 408 $180.00
18 WEIRD TALES – 3/29 – Derleth, Hamilton, Long, Quinn; trimmed 413 $120.00
19 WEIRD TALES – 5/35 – REH (Conan – “People of the Black River” 1/2), HPL (“Arthur Jermyn”), Reeve (Craig Kennedy), Kline 3/3, CAS, Derleth, Bloch 113 $220.00
20 WEIRD TALES – 6/35 – REH (Conan – “People of the Black River” 2/2), CAS, Bloch, Kline 323 $340.00
21 MERLE CONSTINER SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on November 25, 1940, in the amount of $262, as payment for “One Corpse Too Many” (Dime Detective, March 1941), which was one of his tales of his detective, The Dean. Endorsed by Constiner on the back. 365 $80.00
22 BRUNO FISCHER SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on November 10, 1939, in the amount of $128, as payment for “The Brain of Satan” (Dime Mystery, February 1940), which appeared under his Russell Gray penname. Endorsed by Fischer on the back. 168 $260.00
23 REAL DETECTIVE TALES AND MYSTERY STORIES – 2 issues – 12/29-1/30 (England; no covers) & 3/30 (England, Woodford 1/2) 143 $140.00
24 ELECTRICAL EXPERIMENTER – 2 issues – 4/16 (Gernsback – “Baron Munchausen’s New Scientific Adventures” #9) & 11/16 (Gernsback – “Baron Munchausen’s New Scientific Adventures” #12) 301 $60.00
25 SCIENCE AND INVENTION – 4 issues, all with installments of Cummings’ “Tarrano the Conqueror” (parts 1, 12, 13 & 14 of 14) – 7/25, 6/26, 7/26 & 8/26 329 $110.00
26 SCIENCE AND INVENTION – 3 issues, all with installments of Cummings’ “Around the Universe” (parts 3, 4 & 6 of 6) – 9/23, 10/23 & 12/23 (Gibson) 329 $60.00
27 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Winter 1947 & Spring 1948 (Bradbury) 222 $130.00
28 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Summer 1948 (Bradbury, Fox) & Fall 1948 (Bradbury, Fox) 184 $190.00
29 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Winter 1948 (Bradbury, Brackett, Cummings, Long) & Spring 1949 (Bradbury) 373 $190.00
30 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Summer 1949 (Brackett) & Fall 1949 (Brackett) 113 $190.00
31 FANTASTIC STORY QUARTERLY – 3 issues – Spring 1950 (Hamilton, Weinbaum), Summer 1950 (Williamson) & Fall 1950 (Ernst) 187 $60.00
32 FANTASTIC STORY QUARTERLY/MAGAZINE – 4 issues – Winter 1951 (CAS, Long), Spring 1951, Summer 1951 (Keller) & Fall 1951 (Hamilton) 178 $70.00
33 FANTASTIC STORY MAGAZINE – 4 issues – Winter 1952 (Keller), Spring 1952 (Weinbaum), Summer 1952 (Brackett, van Vogt) & 9/52 (Cummings) 134 $40.00
34 GOLDEN FLEECE – 2 issues – 1/39 (REH, Farley) & 2/39 (HBJ) 285 $100.00
35 GOLDEN FLEECE – 2 issues – 3/39 (Quinn, HBJ) & 4/39 (Leinster, Rousseau, Brundage cover) 285 $110.00
36 GOLDEN FLEECE – 2 issues – 5/39 (Vivian, HBJ) & 6/39 (McCulley, Price, Brundage cover) 285 $60.00
37 WEIRD TALES – 1/32 – CAS, Derleth, Long, Farley, Jacobi; classic cover 184 $110.00
38 WEIRD TALES – 4/32 – HPL (“In the Vault”), CAS, Hamilton, Quinn, Kline, Poe 364 $170.00
39 WEIRD TALES – 5/32 – REH (“Horror from the Mound”), CAS, Hamilton, Keller, Cave, Quinn, Derleth 450 $180.00
40 WEIRD TALES – 6/32 – CAS, Derleth, Ernst, Long, Cave; first St. John cover for Weird Tales 364 $150.00
41 VARGO STATTEN SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE – 3 issues – 1/54 (v1n1), 2/54 & #3 265 $90.00
42 VARGO STATTEN BRITISH SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE/THE BRITISH SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE – 6 issues – #s 4 – 9 265 $140.00
43 THE BRITISH SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINE/BRITISH SPACE FICTION MAGAZINE – 10 issues – #s 10 – 19 142 $170.00
44 FANTASTIC STORY MAGAZINE – 4 issues – 11/52, 1/53 (Matheson, Hamilton, Leinster), 3/53 (Matheson, Brackett, Kuttner, Jacobi) & 5/53 (Kuttner, Leinster) 533 $60.00
45 FANTASTIC STORY MAGAZINE – 4 issues – 7/73 (Dick, Brown, Matheson, Leinster), 9/53 (Wellman, Kline), Winter 1954 (Kuttner) & Spring 1954 (Leinster) 384 $60.00
46 FANTASTIC STORY MAGAZINE – 4 issues – Summer 1954 (Bradbury, Kuttner, Weinbaum, Cummings), Fall 1954 (Hamilton, Kuttner), Winter 1955 (Vance, Kuttner, Leinster) & Spring 1955 (Bradbury, Kuttner, Weinbaum, Keller) 104 $40.00
47 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Winter 1949 & Spring 1950 (Bradbury) 113 $170.00
48 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Summer 1950 (Bradbury) & Fall 1950 (Bradbury, Anderson – Psychotechnic League) 113 $110.00
49 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 11/50 (MacDonald, Brown) & 1/51 (Anderson – Flandry) 222 $170.00
50 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 3/51 (Brackett, van Vogt) & 5/51 (Brown, Long, Price) 401 $200.00
51 AMAZING STORIES – 8/27 – Wells (“War of the Worlds” 1/2), classic Paul cover [SEE LOT 103 FOR THE CONCLUSION OF THE WELLS’ SERIAL] 418 $675.00
52 SCOOPS – 4 issues – 2/10/34 (v1n1), 2/17/34, 2/24/34 & 3/3/34 405 $320.00
53 “SCOOPS – 4 issues – 3/10/34, 3/17/34, 3/24/31 & 3/31/34 405 $100.00
54 SCOOPS – 4 issues – 4/7/34, 4/14/34, 4/21/34 & 4/28/34 405 $110.00
55 SCOOPS – 4 issues – 5/5/34, 5/12/34, 5/19/34 & 5/26/34 – contains parts 1-4 of Doyle’s “The Poison Belt” 405 $150.00
56 SCOOPS – 4 issues – 6/2/34, 6/9/34, 6/16/34 & 6/23/34 – contains parts 5 & 6 of Doyle’s “The Poison Belt” 405 $90.00
57 WEIRD TALES – 7/27 – CAS, Quinn, Munn, Rousseau 408 $190.00
58 WEIRD TALES – 7/32 – REH (“Wings in the Night” – Solomon Kane), Quinn, Rousseau, Cave 182 $160.00
59 WEIRD TALES – 8/32 – REH (poem), CAS, Derleth, Quinn, Rousseau 325 $140.00
60 WEIRD TALES – 10/32 – CAS, Quinn, Williamson, Hamilton, Cave, Rousseau 325 $200.00
61 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Winter 1928 – Wells (“When the Sleeper Wakes”) 231 $60.00
62 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Spring 1928 405 $80.00
63 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Summer 1928 – Keller 405 $90.00
64 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Fall 1928 – Williamson, Keller 450 $60.00
65 CLARK ASHTON SMITH, “EBONY AND CRYSTAL” – a copy of a rare Clark Ashton Smith volume of poetry, “Ebony and Crystal,” published in 1922 in an edition of 500 copies (of which this is #328). SIGNED BY SMITH. 446 $375.00
66 FREDRIC BROWN, “ANGELS AND SPACESHIPS” – hardcover anthology (in jacket) of 17 of Brown’s stories, 8 of which were from Astounding and Unknown, published by E.P. Dutton & Company, Inc. in 1954. INSCRIBED BY BROWN TO SAM PEEPLES. 324 $375.00
67 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Winter 1943 (Kuttner, Bond) & Spring 1944 (Bradbury, Bracket, Brown, Bond) 285 $170.00
68 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Summer 1944 (Bradbury, Brackett, Wellman) & Fall 1944 (Kuttner, Jabobi) 285 $170.00
69 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Winter 1944 (Bradbury) & Spring 1945 (Brackett, Jacobi) 285 $240.00
70 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Summer 1945 & Fall 1945 (Cummings, Fox) 285 $260.00
71 CAPTAIN FUTURE – Winter 1940 (v1n1) – Hamilton, Keller 1/4 361 $150.00
72 CAPTAIN FUTURE – 2 issues – Spring 1940 (Hamilton, Keller 2/4) & Summer 1940 (Hamilton, Keller 3/4) 641 $140.00
73 CAPTAIN FUTURE – 2 issues – Fall 1940 (Hamilton, Keller 4/4) & Winter 1941 (Hamilton, Brown) 641 $100.00
74 MANLY WADE WELLMAN – LETTER TO BOB WEINBERG – typed letter, signed Manly, from Wellman to Bob Weinberg dated December 21 (winter solstice) 1979. Discusses John the Balladeer, Astounding and more. 142 $100.00
75 ANDRE NORTON CORRESPONDENCE FILE –7 letters (6 typed and signed, one handwritten and signed, plus a photocopy of another letter) from SF and fantasy author Andre Norton, dated between 1978 and 1982. The recipient is blacked out on all of them with marker. Info on Norton’s writing, and encouragement on the recipient’s writing. 413 $200.00
76 KARL EDWARD WAGNER – HANDWRITTEN LETTER TO CHET DATED DECEMBER 2, 1977 – has mentions of “The Other Ones” and “The Last Wolf”, as well as Fantasy Tales #2. The lot also contains a photocopy of a letter by E. Hoffmann Price to Wagner dated March 19, 1978 and letter (with envelope) from Jonathan Bacon of Fantasy Crossroads dated March 22, 1977. 324 $70.00
77 WEIRD TALES – 1/25 – HPL (“The Festival”), Price, Quinn, Long 407 $900.00
78 WEIRD TALES – 3/25 – Quinn, La Spina, Burks 372 $500.00
79 WEIRD TALES – 9/25 – HPL (“The Temple”), Price, Long 407 $550.00
80 WEIRD TALES – 10/28 – Derleth, D. Wandrei, Ernst, Munn (1/3), Quinn, Roscoe 100 $425.00
81 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Winter 1929 – Gernsback (“Ralph 124C41+”) 405 $160.00
82 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Spring 1929 – Hamilton, Coblentz 405 $220.00
83 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Summer 1929 – Keller 405 $220.00
84 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Fall 1929 – Hamilton, Keller 405 $200.00
85 “LOST UNDERWORLD”, “CRIME FLIES” AND “COSMIC CALAMITY” BY BELLI LUIGI –three rare Australian science fiction/horror booklets published by Transport Publishing Co. in 1949 and 1950 as part of the Scientific Thriller series. 405 $320.00
86 “THE FATAL FOCUS” AND “THE TIME THIEF” BY PAUL VALDEZ & “TIME HAS A DOOR” BY OTTO KENSCH – three rare Australian science fiction/horror booklets published by Transport Publishing Co. between 1949 and 1951 as part of the Scientific Thriller series. 405 $320.00
87 PLANET STORIES – Winter 1939 (v1n1) 361 $480.00
88 PLANET STORIES – Spring 1940 – Bond, Cummings 285 $190.00
89 PLANET STORIES – Summer 1940 – Cummings 285 $240.00
90 PLANET STORIES – Fall 1940 – Bond, Cummings, Wollheim 285 $180.00
91 MARY ELIZABETH COUNSELMAN CORRESPONDENCE FILE – three letters (with envelopes) from Weird Tales author Counselman to Bob and Phyllis Weinberg, signed by Counselman, all from 1990, one typed, two handwritten. One contains a photo of Counselman, which she has signed with her full name of the reverse and written: “Taken on the houseboat ‘Wild Bill’ (30 ft.) by Ed Hoffman (sic) Price 1974, South Sauty Creek Camp, near Guntersville, Ala.” (someone, presumably Counselman, has colored parts of this photo in with blue ink). Another contains an 8 page manuscript for a short story, “The Dreamtime,” while the third contains a 7 page manuscript for a short story, “Direct Contact” (under her penname Sanders McCrorey). Both stories appear to be unpublished. 389 $320.00
92 FREDERICK FAUST SIGNED CHECK – check issued by The Frank A. Munsey Company pulp chain dated March 8, 1917, in the amount of $250, as payment for the novelette “One Glass of Wine for Richard” by Faust, which appeared under his Max Brand pseudonym in the October 6, 1917 issue of All-Story Weekly under the title, “One Glass of Wine!” Endorsed by him on the back. 365 $60.00
93 NORVELL PAGE SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on December 20, 1935, in the amount of $112, as payment for “Two Against the Law” (Detective Tales, April 1936 as “Death for His Fee!”). Endorsed by Page (best known for his Spider novels), as well as Eva M. Walker, on the back. 365 $60.00
94 STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR – 9/31 (v1n1) – CAS, Cummings, Rousseau 178 $800.00
95 STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR – 11/31 – Rousseau, Burks, Whitehead 184 $240.00
96 STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR – 1/32 – CAS, Derleth, Cave, Hamilton, Williamson, Whitehead 113 $500.00
97 WEIRD TALES – 3/36 – REH (Conan – “The Hour of the Dragon” 4/5), CAS, Ernst (Doctor Satan), Kuttner (“The Graveyard Rats”, his first published story), Hamilton 184 $650.00
98 WEIRD TALES – 2/36 – REH (Conan – “The Hour of the Dragon” 3/5), HPL (“The Temple”), Moore (Northwest Smith), Owen, Ernst 184 $450.00
99 WEIRD TALES – 1/36 – REH (Conan – “The Hour of the Dragon” 2/5), Moore (Jirel of Joiry), Derleth, Quinn, Ernst (Doctor Satan) 323 $300.00
100 WEIRD TALES – 12/35 – REH (Conan – “The Hour of the Dragon” 1/5), CAS, Hamilton, Ernst 184 $400.00
100.1. Robert E. Howard, A GENT FROM BEAR CREEK – hardcover published in the U.K. by Herbert Jenkins in 1937. REH’s first book, a collection of his Breckinridge Elkins stories. Incredibly rare, fewer than 20 copies are known to exist. Alistair purchased this from a London bookshop. In a color copy DJ that Alistair got from Glenn Lord (only one original DJ is known to exist in private hands; Glenn owned that one at the time). The jewel of any REH book collection! 458 $9,000.00
100.2 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. 329 $1,200.00
100.3 JUICY TALES – 11/29 – the first and only issue; with its second issue, it was renamed Joy Stories (nearly equally as rare). Published by Merwil Publishing, this was one of Harry Donenfeld’s first pulp publishing companies (in conjunction with Frank Armer and Merle Hersey). Donenfeld and Armer would later launch Culture Publications and the Spicy chain of pulps, and Donenfeld would later take over what became DC Comics and publish Superman. Very scarce. 329 $3,100.00
101 H.P. LOVECRAFT SIGNED POSTCARD TO ALFRED GALPIN, JR. – postmarked 1923 (month and day are illegible). As was customary with his correspondence with his friend Galpin, HPL referred to himself as “grandpa” and signed himself with made up names, here, “Ye obt grandsire Theobaldus.” HPL’s “Polaris” first appeared in the December 1920 issue of Galpin’s amateur press periodical, “The Philosopher.” A short time before the date of this postcard, during late July or early August 1922, Galpin introduced HPL to the fiction of Clark Ashton Smith, giving him a copy of Smith’s “The Star-Treader and Other Poems.” In the 1930’s, Galpin attended the Sorbonne in Paris and became a classical music composer. In 1937, following HPL’s passing, Galpin wrote a piano solo, “Lament for H.P.L.”, the score of which was included in Arkham House’s HPL book, “Marginalia.” According to “An H.P. Lovecraft Encyclopedia” by S. T. Joshi and David E. Schultz, most of HPL’s correspondence to Galpin has either been lost or destroyed. 389 $1,700.00
102 RICHARD F. SEARIGHT SIGNED POSTCARD TO ROBERT BARLOW – postmarked June 6, 1935. Searight was a pulp author, including some appearances in Weird Tales. Both he and Barlow were part of the Lovecraft Circle; HPL’s letters to Searight were collected by Necronomicon Press in 1982 and, along with letters to E. Hoffmann Price, by Hippocampus Press in 2021. This postcard was prompted by correspondence from HPL to Searight. 285 $100.00
103 AMAZING STORIES – 9/27 – featuring HPL’s Cthulhu story, “The Colour Out of Space,” his only appearance in Amazing. Other authors include Wells (“War of the Worlds”, 2/2), Kline & Gernsback. 184 $850.00
104 AUGUST DERLETH – LETTER TO SAMUEL A. PEEPLES DATED JUNE 29, 1963 – with Arkham House envelope and signed by Derleth. Based on this, apparently Peeples had been trying to convince Derleth to write a script. Also included is a letter from Luther Norris to Peeples, with The Pontine Dossier envelope, dated May 22, 1969, which also includes a foldout with info on the Praed Street Irregulars. Bob acquired these from Peeples. 142 $50.00
105 TWO ARKHAM HOUSE CATALOGS – two catalogs of “New Books from Arkham House,” coming in 1961 and 1962. 274 $10.00
106 THE LOVECRAFT COLLECTOR – 2 issues – the first two issues (out of three total) of this rare HPL fanzine. Issues dated 1/49 & 5/49 (which contains “Myths About Lovecraft” by Derleth). 407 $90.00
107 PLANET STORIES – Winter 1940-1941 – Brackett, Bond, Cummings 325 $180.00
108 PLANET STORIES – Spring 1941 – Bond, Cummings 285 $190.00
109 PLANET STORIES – Summer 1941 – Brackett, Bond, Cummings, Finlay cover 285 $80.00
110 PLANET STORIES – Fall 1941 – Bond 285 $280.00
111 CAPTAIN FUTURE – 2 issues – Spring 1941 (Hamilton) & Summer 1941 (Hamilton) 325 $220.00
112 CAPTAIN FUTURE – 2 issues – Fall 1941 (Hamilton, Long) & Winter 1942 (Hamilton, Cummings, Burks) 325 $180.00
113 CAPTAIN FUTURE – 2 issues – Spring 1942 (Hamilton, Williamson 1/3) & Summer 1942 (Hamilton, Williamson 2/3, Wellman) 325 $170.00
114 FANTASY MAGAZINE – 3 issues of this important early SF fanzine – 1/36, 3/36 & 6/36. Authors include CAS, Moore, Bloch, Farley, Palmer & Schwartz. 142 $140.00
115 UPTON SINCLAIR CORRESPONDENCE FILE, WITH TWO LETTERS SIGNED BY SINCLAIR – correspondence between Sinclair and Albert Gibney of Popular Publications regarding Sinclair’s story, “Tommy Junior the Second” which ran in the July 1895 issue of The Argosy. Contains (i) letter dated October 2, 1945 from Sinclair to Gibney, signed by Sinclair, (ii) carbon of letter dated 9/28/45 from Gibney to Sinclair, (iii) carbon of letter dated 10/18/45 from Gibney to Sinclair, (iv) carbon of letter dated 10/2/45 from Sinclair to Barbara Brandt at Popular, (v) letter dated 10/15/45 from Sinclair to Gibney, signed by Sinclair (and on reverse is carbon of letter dated 11/14/45 from Gibney to Sinclair), and (vi) internal Popular Publications memos and notes. 302 $240.00
116 FARNSWORTH WRIGHT – LETTER TO ARTIST JAMES NAPOLI DATED FEBRUARY 16, 1935 – letter from Wright to Napoli regarding an illustration to appear in the May 1935 issue of Weird Tales [see Lot 19] for “The Death Cry”, a Craig Kennedy story by Arthur B. Reeve. 355 $160.00
117 WEIRD TALES – 4/36 – REH (Conan – “The Hour of the Dragon” 4/5), CAS, Derleth, Bloch, Jacobi, Williamson, Price 364 $425.00
118 WEIRD TALES – 11/35 – REH (Conan – “Shadows in Zamboula”, CAS, Ernst (Doctor Satan), Derleth, Price, Poe 323 $425.00
119 WEIRD TALES – 5-6-7/24 – the Anniversary Issue. Authors include HPL (“Hypnos”, “The Loved Dead” [with C.M. Eddy – a controversial tale of necrophilia], & “Imprisoned with the Pharaohs”, ghostwritten for Houdini), Kline, Quinn, Whitehead, Owen 361 $8,000.00
120 WEIRD TALES – 5/23 – the first bedsheet issue – Starrett. Cover is incomplete and was detached; glued to a Girasol replica cover. A Girasol replica back cover is glued along the spine to the actual back cover. Spine is Girasol replica. 365 $650.00
121 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Winter 1930 – Taine 405 $260.00
122 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Spring 1930 – Keller, Coblentz 405 $180.00
123 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Summer 1930 – Campbell 405 $190.00
124 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Fall 1930 Campbell (Arcot, Wade & Morey – “The Black Star Passes”), Keller 115 $220.00
125 THE AMATEUR CORRESPONDENT – 9-10/37 – issue of an early important fanzine; authors include Block, Binder, Moskowitz. Comes with a one page advertising flier that was laid in; these are scarce, as they usually fell out and were lost. 142 $70.00
126 INVISIBLE STORIES – very rare one-shot fanzine published by Bob Tucker dated April 1, 1939. Signed by Tucker on 10/5/75. Other than the covers (exterior and interior), the rest of the pages are blank, as the stories are invisible. 142 $80.00
127 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Winter 1941 (Bond, Long, Cummings) & Spring 1942 (Asimov, Brackett, Brown, Bond, Cummings) 285 $300.00
128 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Summer 1942 (Bond, Cummings, Wellman) & Fall 1942 (Kuttner) 285 $220.00
129 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Winter 1942-1943 (Bracket, Bond, Kline) & 3/43 (Brackett, Bond, Jacobi, Cummings) 285 $180.00
130 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 5/43 Brackett, Bok) & Fall 1943 (Brackett, Bond, Jacobi) 229 $200.00
131 CAPTAIN FUTURE – 2 issues – Fall 1942 (Hamilton, Williamson 3/3) & Winter 1943 (Hamilton) 641 $140.00
132 CAPTAIN FUTURE – 2 issues – Spring 1943 (Bradbury, Kuttner) & Summer 1943 (Hamilton) 113 $120.00
133 CAPTAIN FUTURE – 2 issues – Winter 1944 (Hamilton, Kuttner) & Spring 1944 (Brown) 325 $220.00
134 WAYNE ROGERS SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by the Popular Publications pulp chain on March 27, 1940, in the amount of $80, as payment for “The Lusting Corpse” (Dime Mystery, probably retitled as “Beware the Returning Dead!” in the September 1940 issue). Endorsed by Rogers (which was a pseudonym of Archibald H. Bitner) on the back. 168 $340.00
135 VIRGIL FINLAY SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by Fictioneers, Inc. (part of the Popular Publications pulp chain) on December 8, 1941, in the amount of $75, as payment for illustrations for Super Science Stories (possibly including for the cover of the May 1942 issue). Endorsed by Finlay on the back. 365 $80.00
136 H. BEDFORD-JONES SIGNED CHECK – this was issued by The Frank A. Munsey Company pulp chain on March 5, 1913, in the amount of $300, as payment for the novelette, “The Deserter” (serialized in the 9/13 and 10/13 issues of Argosy as “Out of Algiers”). Endorsed by Bedford-Jones on the back. 365 $60.00
137 WEIRD TALES – 4/34 – REH (Conan – “Shadows in the Moonlight”), Moore (Northwest Smith), CAS, Hamilton (Interstellar Patrol), Price 1/2, Jacobi 418 $600.00
138 WEIRD TALES – 6/34 – REH (“The Haunter of the Ring”), CAS, Derleth, Williamson 418 $800.00
139 WEIRD TALES – 10/34 – REH (Conan – “People of the Black Circle” 2/3), Moore (Jirel of Joiry), CAS, HBJ, Ernst, Wellman 418 $700.00
140 WEIRD TALES – 11/34 – REH (Conan – “People of the Black Circle” 3/3), HPL (“The Music of Erich Zann”), Derleth, Price, Ernst 325 $450.00
141 THE ROBERT BLOCH FANZINE – SIGNED BY BLOCH – the second edition of this one shot fanzine, published 9/73, revised from the first edition. With material by and about Bloch. Signed by Bloch in 1983. 274 $40.00
142 THE PUBLISHER’S WEEKLY – 5/3/41 – features an article by Derleth, “America in Today’s Fiction”, which is accompanied by a photo of Derleth. 217 $20.00
143 STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR – 3/32 – HPL (“The Trap”, with Whitehead), Ernst 329 $700.00
144 STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR – 6/32 – REH (“People of the Dark”), CAS, Derleth, Cave, Whitehead 184 $200.00
145 STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR – 10/32 – CAS, Cave, Long, Rousseau, Whitehead 184 $375.00
146 STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR – 1/33 – REH (“The Cairn on the Headland”), Cave (“Murgunstrumm”), CAS, Derleth, Whitehead 184 $260.00
147 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 7/51 (Vance, Long, Anderson) & 9/51 (Sturgeon, Anderson) 184 $70.00
148 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 11/51 (Anderson, Counselman) & 1/52 (Jakes, Anderson) 178 $120.00
149 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 3/52 (Anderson, Fox) & 5/52 (Anderson) 439 $160.00
150 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 7/52 (Dick, Jakes) & 9/52 (Dick, Anderson) 329 $280.00
151 AVON FANTASY READER COVER PROOF SHEET – contains cover proofs for two issues, #5 (1947) & #6 (1948) 401 $120.00
152 SAX ROHMER – 4 novels reprinted in Sunday newspaper supplements – “President Fu Manchu” (Philadelphia Record 8/9/36), “White Velvet” (Herald Examiner 2/28/37), “Moon of Madness” (Cleveland Plain Dealer 3/11/28) & “Yu’an Hee See Laughs” (Cleveland Plain Dealer 6/25/33) 187 $80.00
153 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Winter 1931 – Keller 408 $180.00
154 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Spring 1931 – Campbell (Arcot, Wade & Morey) 113 $100.00
155 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Summer 1931 – Keller, Coblentz 115 $240.00
156 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Fall 1931 – Taine 405 $220.00
157 WEIRD TALES – 2/29 – Derleth, Hamilton (Intersteller Patrol), Ernst, trimmed 184 $260.00
158 WEIRD TALES – 9/29 – REH (Kull – “The Mirrors of Tuzun Thune” & poem), HPL (“The Hound”), Quinn, Hamilton (Interstellar Patrol 3/4), Price, Whitehead, trimmed 184 $300.00
159 WEIRD TALES – 10/29 – REH (“Skull-Face” 1/3), CAS, Quinn, Hamilton (Interstellar Patrol 4/4), Keller, Merritt letter, trimmed 113 $380.00
160 WEIRD TALES – 11/29 – REH (“Skull-Face” 2/3), HPL (“The Curse of Yig”, with Zealia Brown Reed), CAS, Quinn, Derleth, Keller, trimmed [see Lot 177 for the conclusion of the REH serial] 184 $300.00
161 DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY – 4 issues – 1/18/41 (Keene, Sale), 1/25/41 (Sale), 2/1/41 Sale) & 2/8/41 (Woolrich, Sale, Fisher) 408 $130.00
162 DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY – 4 issues – 2/15/41 (F. Davis), 2/22/41 (Roscoe, Sale), 3/1/41 (Cave, Bogart, F. Davis 1/7) & 3/8/41 (Sale, F. Davis 2/7) 333 $85.00
163 DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY – 4 issues – 3/22/41 (Brown, Crossen, F. Davis 4/7), 4/5/41 (Sale, F. Davis 6/7), 4/12/41 (Roscoe, Fisher, Sale, Ernst, F. Davis 7/7, Roscoe 1/7) & 4/19/41 (Roscoe 2/7, Zagat, Fisher, Crossen) 408 $200.00
164 “H” FOR HORRIFIC! BY SUTRO MILLER – U.K. collection of 6 ghost stories by Miller. Published in London by Sentinel Publications in 1947.   $0.00
165 “ADAM LINK IN THE PAST” & “THE THREE ETERNALS” BY EANDO BINDER – two rare Australian booklets published by The Whitman Press in 1949 and 1950 as part of their Fantasy Fiction series. Both stories originally appeared in American SF pulps. 415 $75.00
166 “WHERE ETERNITY ENDS” BY EANDO BINDER & “THE MOLECULE MONSTERS” BY OSCAR J. FRIEND – two rare Australian booklets published by The Whitman Press in 1950 and 1951 as part of their Fantasy Fiction series. Both stories originally appeared in American SF pulps. 405 $200.00
167 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 11/52 (Brackett) & 1/53 (Jakes, Russell) 184 $110.00
168 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 3/53 (Fox) & 5/53 (Dick) 178 $140.00
169 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 7/53 & 9/53 (Brackett) 384 $160.00
170 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 11/53 (Bradbury) & 1/54 (Dick, Bradbury, Brackett) 384 $180.00
171 “THE MONSTERS OF JUNTONHEIM” BY EDMOND HAMILTON – rare U.K. book published in 1950, distributed by World Distributors Manchester Ltd. in collaboration with Sydney Pemberton, Publisher, as part of the World Fantasy Classics series. First book appearance of this story, which originally appeared in Startling Stories, 1/41, where it ran as “A Yank at Valhalla.” 405 $130.00
172 “THE BEASTS FROM BEYOND” BY MANLEY WADE WELLMAN – rare U.K. book published in 1951, distributed by World Distributors Manchester Ltd. in collaboration with Sydney Pemberton, Publisher, as part of the World Fantasy Classics series. First book appearance of this story, which originally appeared in Startling Stories, Summer 1944, where it ran as “Strangers on the Heights.” 405 $60.00
173 “DEVIL’S PLANET” BY MANLEY WADE WELLMAN – rare U.K. book published in 1950, distributed by World Distributors Manchester Ltd. in collaboration with Sydney Pemberton, Publisher, as part of the World Fantasy Classics series. First book appearance of this story, which originally appeared in Startling Stories, 1/42. 405 $50.00
174 “WHEN THE EARTH DIED” BY KARL MANNHEIM & “MASTER-MIND MENACE” BY BELLI LUIGI – two rare U.K. books published in 1950, distributed by World Distributors Manchester Ltd. in collaboration with Sydney Pemberton, Publisher, as part of the World Fantasy Classics series. First editions of these books. 324 $80.00
175 “THE FACE THAT LAUNCHED A THOUSAND SHIPS” BY THOMAS P. KELLEY – rare Canadian book published in October 1941 by Adam Publishing Co. as Handy Library Book No. 1. First book publication. Although Kelley’s output was primarily published in Canada, he did have several stories published in U.S. pulps, including Weird Tales. 245 $30.00
176 ROY KRENKEL – THREE ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS – Krenkel was one of Bob’s favorite artists. Here are three small illustrations by the master illustrator. All have heavy glue residue on the reverse, which has leaked through and stained the paper. 479 $80.00
177 WEIRD TALES – 12/29 – REH (“Skull-Face” 3/3), CAS, Quinn, Derleth, Price, Keller 408 $150.00
178 WEIRD TALES – 1/30 – REH poem, CAS, Derleth, Kline, Quinn, Long, Whitehead, Hamilton, Leinster, Poe, trimmed. 113 $180.00
179 WEIRD TALES – 2/30 – REH (“The Fearsome Touch of Death”), CAS, Derleth, Hamilton (Interstellar Patrol), Price, Kline, Long, Ernst 1/5, trimmed 184 $280.00
180 WEIRD TALES – 3/30 – HPL poem, Quinn, Derleth, Ernst 2/5, trimmed 184 $300.00
181 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Winter 1932 – Jacobi, Pratt 113 $90.00
182 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – Spring-Summer 1932 – Campbell (Arcot, Wade & Morey) 113 $90.00
183 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – 2 issues – Fall-Winter 1932 & Spring-Summer 1933 (Coblentz) 113 $90.00
184 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY – 2 issues – Winter 1933 (Serviss, Keller) & Fall 1934 (Kline, Coblentz) 113 $150.00
185 OPERATOR 5 RING – a reproduction of the classic, and incredibly rare, Operator 5 premium ring from the 1930’s. This reproduction was produced by Diamond Galleries in 1996 in an edition of 250 (this is #23). With certificate of authenticity. 308 $140.00
186 THE SPIDER RING – a reproduction of the classic, and incredibly rare, Spider premium ring from the 1930’s and 1940’s. This reproduction was produced by Diamond Galleries in 1996 in an edition of 250 (this is #23). With certificate of authenticity. 308 $120.00
187 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – 3/54 & 5/54 (Dick) 321 $40.00
188 PLANET STORIES – 2 issues – Summer 1954 (Anderson – Flandry) & Fall 1954 321 $100.00
189 PLANET STORIES – 3 issues – Winter 1955 (Brackett), Spring 1955 & Summer 1955 (Brackett, Anderson – Psychotechnic League) 439 $70.00
190 OTIS ADELBERT KLINE LETTER DATE JUNE 1934 – typed letter on Kline’s letterhead to Don Moore, editor of Argosy, and signed by Kline. The letter concerns Kline’s story, “Jan of the Jungle,” which had been serialized in Argosy in 1931 and which was to be made into a movie. Kline was writing Moore to make sure rights were all clear. The movie was released as a 12 part Universal serial in 1935 as “The Call of the Savage” (the serial was edited in 1956 as a 70 minute film, “Savage Fury”). 308 $50.00
191 THE DIME NOVEL – 12/30 (#1) – rare one-shot digest-sized pulp published by prolific pulp author Gilbert Patten. 274 $40.00
192 WEIRD TALES – 2 issues – the complete 2 issue run of the 1984-1985 rebirth of this venerable magazine. Fall 1984 (Stephen King, Ellison, Bradbury, Bloch, van Vogt) and Winter 1985 (Bloch, van Vogt) 321 $50.00
193 DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY – 4 issues – 4/26/41 (Gruber, Sale, Roscoe 3/7), 5/3/41 (Woolrich – “Marihuana”, Roscoe 4/7), 5/10/41 (F. Davis, Roscoe 5/7) & 5/17/41 (Crossen, Roscoe 6/7) 104 $140.00
194 DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY – 4 issues – 5/24/41 (Philips – Park Avenue Hunt Club, Gault, Cave, Roscoe 7/7), 5/31/41 (Cave 1/5, Keene), 6/7/41 (Sale, Ernst, Roscoe, Cave 2/5) & 6/14/41 (Woolrich, Knox, Sale, Cave 3/5) 104 $525.00
195 DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY – 4 issues – 6/21/41 (Crossen, Zagat, Cave 4/5), 6/28/41 (Cave 5/5), 7/5/21 (Halliday – Mike Shayne 1/5, Sale, Cave) & 7/12/41 (Halliday – Mike Shayne 2/5, Ernst, Crossen) 104 $90.00
196 DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY – 4 issues – 7/19/41 (Halliday – Mike Shayne 3/5, Roscoe, Crossen, Philips), 7/26/41 (Halliday – Mike Shayne 4/5, Sale, Fisher), 8/20/41 (Ernst, Sale 1/2) & 9/17/41 (Sale, Roscoe, Cave) 104 $90.00
197 WEIRD TALES – 5/30 – REH poem, HPL poem, CAS, Quinn, Hamilton (Interstellar Patrol), Derleth, Ernst 4/5 113 $360.00
198 WEIRD TALES – 1/31 – HPL poem, CAS, Munn, Quinn, Long, La Spina 4/4 184 $340.00
199 WEIRD TALES – 9/26 – HPL (“He”), Hamilton 1/3, Derleth, Quinn, Whitehead, La Spina 3/4, Rousseau 439 $320.00
200 WEIRD TALES – 9/35 Canadian – this is from the first of two runs of the Canadian edition of Weird Tales, when they ran the U.S. covers but often heavily edited, as here, to make them less risqué. Authors include CAS, Bloch (Cthulhu), Hamilton, Quick & Ernst (Doctor Satan). 372 $120.00
201 UNCANNY TALES – complete 21 issue run of this rare Canadian weird fiction pulp, which ran from November 1940 to September-October 1943. The first 20 issues are contained in 5 attractive bound volumes, while the final issue is unbound. Copies are bound with front and back covers included. Authors include REH (the poem, “Always Comes Evening”), CAS (“The Coming of the White Worm”), Wollheim, Coblentz and Thomas Kelley. Some stories were reprinted from U.S. pulps, and include art by Bok. 168 $400.00
202 ORIENTAL STORIES – 10-11/30 (v1n1) – REH (“The Voice of El-Lil”), Kline, Owen, Ernst 427 $240.00
203 ORIENTAL STORIES – 12/30-1/31 – Kline, Owen, Ernst 446 $240.00
204 ORIENTAL STORIES – Spring 1931 – REH (“Hawks of Outremer”), Kline, Long 184 $150.00
205 ORIENTAL STORIES – Summer 1931 – Kline, Price, Owen, Pendarves, Cave 184 $150.00
206 ORIENTAL STORIES – Summer 1932 – CAS, Kline, Derleth, Keller, Quick 184 $160.00
207 ORIENTAL STORIES – Spring 1932 (REH – “Lord of Samarcand”), CAS, Quick, Ernst, Pendarves 184 $260.00
208 ORIENTAL STORIES – Autumn 1931 – REH (“The Blood of Belshazzar”), CAS, Cave 184 $170.00
209 ORIENTAL STORIES – 2 issues – 2-3/31 (REH w/ Tevis Clyde Smith – “Red Blades of Black Cathay”, Kline, Long, Price, Owen, Pendarves) & Winter 1932 (REH – “The Sowers of Thunder”), Kline, Price, Pendarves) 184 $260.00

SATURDAY NIGHT AUCTION RESULTS – Amount doesn’t show the 10% Buyers Premium:

1 WEIRD TALES – 7/36 – REH (Conan – “Red Nails” 1/3), CAS, Moore (Northwest Smith), Hamilton, Derleth, Wellman, Doyle 408 $180.00
2 WEIRD TALES – 8/35 – CAS, Ernst (Dr. Satan), Quinn, back cover detached 431 $60.00
3 WEIRD TALES – 8/39 – REH (“Almuric” 3/3), HPL poem, Bloch, Wellman, Price, Quinn, Long, Starrett, Poe 351 $40.00
4 PRIVATE DETECTIVE – 5/38 – Torrey, Cave (as Cole), Price 446 $110.00
5 PRIVATE DETECTIVE – 9/40 – Torrey, Price, Ward cover 446 $40.00
6 PRIVATE DETECTIVE – 6/45 – Price, Cummings 446 $30.00
7 POPULAR DETECTIVE – 6/35 – Reeves (Craig Kennedy), Price 446 $80.00
8 GOLDEN FLEECE – 2/39 – HBJ 446 $20.00
9 HIGH SEAS ADVENTURES – 12/34 (v1n1) – Dunn 457 $120.00
10 HIGH SEAS ADVENTURES – 2/35 – Dingle 300 $80.00
11 SPICY WESTERN – 2 issues – 3/41 (Price, Donovan, Anderson cover, bc detached) & 11/41 (Price, Donovan, Anderson cover, nbc) 446 $40.00
12 COWBOY STORIES – 3/34 382 $150.00
13 TOP WESTERN FICTION ANNUAL – 1952 – REH as Ervin (Breckenridge Elkins) 355 $30.00
14 DOUBLE ACTION WESTERN – 12/56 – REH as Ervin (Breckenridge Elkins) 355 $20.00
15 MASKED RIDER WESTERN – 5/44 – REH as Ervin (Breckenridge Elkins) 408 $50.00
16 THE NEW HIEROGLYPH – 3/44 (v1n1) – rare fanzine published by Donald Wollheim; contains three poems by Howard 142 $120.00
17 Robert E. Howard, COMPLETE CONAN OF CIMMERIA VOL. 3 – published by Book Palace Books/Wandering Star in 2010, with many illustrations by Gregory Manchess. This is copy 25 in the Limited Edition, limited to 1,000 numbered copies, signed by Manchess. Still shrink wrapped. 399 $130.00
18 Robert E. Howard, THE ULTIMATE TRIUMPH: THE HEROIC FANTASY OF ROBERT E. HOWARD – published by Wandering Star in 1999, with over 120 illustrations by Frank Frazetta. This is copy 14 in the Limited Edition, limited to 1500 numbered copies. 399 $190.00
19 A MEANS TO FREEDOM: THE LETTERS OF H.P. LOVECRAFT AND ROBERT E. HOWARD – two hardcover volumes, the first covering 1930-1932 and the second 1933-1936. Edited by S.T. Joshi, David E. Schultz & Rusty Burke. Published by Hippocampus Press in 2009 in an edition of 345 copies. First edition. Both volumes are still sealed in shrink wrap. 446 $425.00
20 O FORTUNATE FLORIDIAN: H.P. LOVECRAFT’S LETTERS TO R.H. BARLOW, edited by S.T. Joshi & David E. Schultz – published by University of Tampa Press in 2007. 407 $30.00
21 Novalyne Price Ellis, ONE WHO WALKED ALONE – ROBERT E. HOWARD: THE FINAL YEARS – published by Donald M. Grant, 1986, first printing of 600 copies. With inscription dated July 31, 1986: “Dear Glenn, // I cannot tell you how much I appreciate your interest in Bob Howard and his writings. I believe you have done more to keep his work before the public than anyone else. Thank you for that and for your interest in my book. // All best // Novalyne Price Ellis”. 389 $280.00
22 Robert E. Howard, POST OAKS & SAND ROUGHS – published by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, in 1990 in an edition of 850 copies. Still sealed in the publisher’s shrink wrap. 457 $40.00
23 Edgar Rice Burroughs, CARSON OF VENUS –published by Canaveral Press in 1963. 216 $30.00
24 Edgar Rice Burroughs, LOST ON VENUS –published by Canaveral Press in 1963. 216 $30.00
25 Edgar Rice Burroughs, LAND OF TERROR –published by Canaveral Press in 1963. 488 $30.00
26 Edgar Rice Burroughs, TALES OF THREE PLANETS – first edition, published by Canaveral Press in 1964, illustrated by Roy Krenkel. 127 $60.00
27 H.P. Lovecraft, SELECTED LETTERS 1911-1924 – first edition, published by Arkham House in 1965 in an edition of 2,500 copies. 300 $30.00
28 H.P. Lovecraft, SELECTED LETTERS 1925-1929 – first edition, published by Arkham House in 1968 in an edition of 2,500 copies. Slight insect damage to bottom of dust jacket flaps. 300 $20.00
29 H.P. Lovecraft, SELECTED LETTERS 1929-1931 – first edition, published by Arkham House in 1971 in an edition of 2,500 copies. 300 $20.00
30 H.P. Lovecraft, SELECTED LETTERS 1932-1934 – first edition, published by Arkham House in 1976 in an edition of 5,000 copies. 300 $20.00
31 H.P. Lovecraft, SELECTED LETTERS 1934-1937 – first edition, published by Arkham House in 1976 in an edition of 5,000 copies. Still in its original shrink wrap. 216 $30.00
32 Virgil Finlay, THE SECOND BOOK OF VIRGIL FINLAY – published by Gerry de La Ree in 1978; #919 of 1,300. 345 $40.00
33 FANTASY COMMENTATOR – 6 issues of this classic fanzine, which Glenn had professionall bound in boards. The complete 6 issues of volume 3, from Winter 1948-1949 to Spring-Summer 1952. 112 $40.00
34 Donald Wandrei, STRANGE HARVEST – published by Arkham House in 1965 in an edition of 2,000 copies. 408 $40.00
35 Donald Wandrei, THE WEB OF EASTER ISLAND – Arkham House, 1948, first edition, 3,068 copies printed, a novel of the Cthulhu Mythos. 408 $30.00
36 Donald Wandrei, POEMS FOR MIDNIGHT – published by Arkham House in 1964 in an edition of 700 copies. Signed by Wandrei. 321 $60.00
37 L. Sprague de Camp, LOST CONTINENTS – published by Gnome Press in 1954. Missing the dust jacket; some insect damage. Inscribed by de Camp to Lord. 351 $10.00
38 Fritz Leiber, TWO SOUGHT ADVENTURE: EXPLOITS OF FAFHRD AND THE GRAY MOUSER – published by Gnome Press in 1957; Currey binding state (A) black boards stamped in red. The first collection of his famous Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser tales. 446 $50.00
39 L.P. Hartley, THE TRAVELLING GRAVE AND OTHER STORIES – published by Arkham House in 1948 in an edition of 2,047 copies. 431 $50.00
40 Evangeline Walton, WITCH HOUSE – published by Arkham House in 1945 in an edition of 2,949 copies. Slight insect damage to top boards. 457 $30.00
41 Henry Whitehead, WEST INDIA LIGHTS – published by Arkham House in 1946 in an edition of 3,037 copies. 407 $50.00
42 Robert Bloch, PLEASANT DREAMS – NIGHTMARES – published by Arkham House in 1960 in an edition of 2,060 copies. 300 $30.00
43 Robert E. Howard, ALWAYS COMES EVENING – Arkham House, 1957, 636 copies printed. REH’s second Arkham House book; a collection of poetry. This copy is in the second state (100 copies), with spine text reading from top to bottom. Slight insect damage to top and bottom of boards and flaps. 446 $400.00
44 Robert E. Howard, TALES OF CONAN – Gnome Press, 1955, collects four adventure stories by REH, rewritten by de Camp as Conan stories. Insect damage and other wear to dust jacket. 283 $40.00
45 Bjorn Nyberg & L. Sprague de Camp, THE RETURN OF CONAN – Gnome Press, 1957. 439 $60.00
46 Robert E. Howard, THE BEAR CREEK OMNIBUS – hardcover published by Dennis McHaney in 2009. Collects the stories from “A Gent from Bear Creek” (the Herbert Jenkins version) and “The Pride of Bear Creek”. Never made available for sale, only about 5 copies published. 112 $70.00
47 H.P. Lovecraft, MARGINALIA – published by Arkham House in 1944 in an edition of 2,035 copies. Minor insect damage to dust jacket flaps. 300 $80.00
48 H.P. Lovecraft, BEYOND THE WALL OF SLEEP – published by Arkham House in 1943 in an edition of 1,217 copies. Glenn had this professionally rebound; lacking the dust jacket. 301 $50.00
49 H.P. Lovecraft, THE OUTSIDER AND OTHERS – the first Arkham House book, published in 1939 in an edition of 1,268 copies. The DJ is the 1974 de La Ree reprint. One of the most important volumes of supernatural fiction ever published. 399 $700.00
50 H.P. Lovecraft, POSTCARD TO ROBERT E. HOWARD – handwritten postcard from HPL to REH, postmarked June 4, 1932 from New Orleans, addressed to “R.E. Howard, Esq.” and signed “Sincerely yrs, HPL”. Truly a unique item, written by one of the Three Musketeers of Weird Tales to another and held by two of them during its life! 389 $6,000.00
51 PHOTO OF H.P. LOVECRAFT AND FRANK BELKNAP LONG – on the back is written “H.P. Lovecraft & F.B. Long. Photo taken by W.B. Talman in B’klyn, NY 1931”. 340 $325.00
52 THE ALL-AROUND MAGAZINE – May-June 1923, Volume 1 Numbers 3-4 – 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. 446 $650.00
53 THE ALL-AROUND MAGAZINE – July 1923, Volume 1 Number 5 – 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. 446 $550.00
54 Robert E. Howard, BRECKINRIDGE ELKINS STORIES – in the late 1960s and early 1970, the local Breckinridge weekly newspaper, THE SUMMIT COUNTY JOURNAL, serialized several of the Breckinridge Elkins stories. Each ran over several issues and needless to say, are very rare. Glenn was sent copies as they were published. This lot consists of approximately 140 issues between 1968 and 1971, including the complete year for 1969. 142 $160.00
55 LETTER FROM FICTION HOUSE INC. REGARDING ROBERT E. HOWARD DATED MARCH 1, 1935 – letter from editor John Byrne to Viola Irene Cooper, who was Howard’s agent for a brief time. This discusses Howard’s Breckenridge Elkins story, “The Peaceful Pilgrim,” and suggests revisions to it. Presumably Howard made them, as the story was published as “Cupid from Bear Creek” which ran in the August 1935 issue of Action Stories. 382 $160.00
56 LETTER FROM STANDARD MAGAZINES, INC. TO ROBERT E. HOWARD DATED OCTOBER 14, 1934 – letter from editorial director Leo Margulies rejecting Howard’s “The Devils of Dark Lake.” The story was eventually printed in 1974 in the Weird Tales tribute volume, WT50, edited by Robert Weinberg. 446 $360.00
57 Manly Wade Wellman, WORSE THINGS WAITING – published by Carcosa in 1973 in an edition of 2,867 copies. This is one of the 536 pre-ordered copies that is signed by Wellman as well as illustrator Lee Brown Coye. The first Carcosa book. 288 $130.00
58 Ray Bradbury, A MEDICINE FOR MELANCHOLY – first edition, published by Doubleday & Company, Inc. in 1959. In unclipped dust jacket. 368 $150.00
59 Robert A. Heinlein, DOUBLE STAR – published by Doubleday & Company, Inc. in 1956. In unclipped dust jacket with $2.95 price like the first edition, but rear flap promotes “Earth is Room Enough”. An early edition, but lacking the “first edition” notation on copyright page that is present in the first edition. This won the 1956 Hugo Award for Best Novel. 186 $60.00
60 Joseph Payne Brennan, NINE HORRORS – published by Arkham House in 1958 in an edition of 1,336 copies. Slight insect damage to dust jacket. 473 $30.00
61 Joseph Payne Brennan, THE HUMMING STAIR – published by Big Mountain Press in 1953 in an edition of 100 copies. Without dust jacket as issued. Signed. 142 $70.00
62 Joseph Payne Brennan, SCREAM AT MIDNIGHT – published by Macabre House in 1963 in an edition of 250 copies. Collection of 10 stories, though only 9 appear on the table of contents (omitting “In the Very Stones”, which has a cameo appearance by Lucius Leffing, Brennan’s occult detective). Without dust jacket as issued; printed paper label attached to spine (as issued) has some edge wear. Signed. 142 $90.00
63 August Derleth, A PRAED STREET DOSIER – published by Mycroft & Moran in 1968 in an edition of 2,904 copies. The seventh Pons collection. Insect damage to dust jacket. Inscribed to Glenn and signed by Derleth. 142 $30.00
64 August Derleth, THE RETURN OF SOLAR PONS – published by Mycroft & Moran in 1958 in an edition of 2,079 copies. The fourth Pons collection. 450 $60.00
65 August Derleth, THE MEMOIRS OF SOLAR PONS – published by Mycroft & Moran in 1951 in an edition of 2,038 copies, with a forward by Ellery Queen. The second Pons collection. Inscribed to Glenn and signed by Derleth. 321 $80.00
66 August Derleth, THE CASEBOOK OF SOLAR PONS – published by Mycroft & Moran in 1965 in an edition of 3,020 copies, with a forward by Vincent Starrett. The sixth Pons collection. Inscribed to Glenn and signed by Derleth. 450 $80.00
67 Frank Belknap Long, IN MAYAN SPLENDOR – published by Arkham House in 1977 in an edition of 2,947 copies. Insect damage to dust jacket flaps. 457 $30.00
68 Frank Belknap Long, THE HORROR FROM THE HILLS – published by Arkham House in 1963 in an edition of 1,997 copies. With copyright sticker affixed to copyright page. Minor insect damage to bottom of book and dust jacket flaps, as well as to rear dust jacket panel. 300 $30.00
69 Carl Jacobi, PORTRAITS IN MOONLIGHT – published by Arkham House in 1964 in an edition of 1,987 copies. 446 $20.00
70 LETTER FROM OTIS ADELBERT KLINE TO ROBERT E. HOWARD, DATED MAY 11, 1933 – Kline was not only a popular pulp author, sharing the pages of Weird Tales and other pulps with REH, he also was an agent for other pulp authors, including REH. This letter discusses REH’s tales “Yellow Cobra,” “”Turkish Menace”, “Jade Monkey” and “Cultured Cauliflowers”. These were all Sailor Steve Costigan stories, though some were later changed to Sailor Dennis Dorgan. Signed by Kline. 446 $130.00
71 FOUR PAGE LETTER FROM CARL BELKNAP TO ROBERT E. HOWARD, n/d – Belknap had a letter published in the October 1933 issue of Weird Tales, but other than that, while he discusses several unsold stories he’s written (and separately having had two stories rejected by Weird Tales), he does not appear to have been published. Undated, but from internal references, appears to be from late 1933. 355 $90.00
72 LETTER FROM INTERNATIONAL POETRY MAGAZINE TO ROBERT E. HOWARD (AS PATRICK HOWARD) – undated, but comes with the envelope, post-marked February 2, 1929. Asks Howard to subscribe. 446 $140.00
73 CORRESPONDENCE REGARDING ROBERT E. HOWARD – three letters, all of which were mailed by Mrs. Frank Torbett to REH in an envelope post-marked April 23, 1932. The Torbetts and their son, Thurston, were family friends of the Howards, and Thurston co-wrote “A Thunder of Trumpets” with REH (Weird Tales, September 1938). The letters are: (i) letter from Mrs. Torbett to REH dated April 23, 1932, discussing the other letters in this lot, (ii) a copy of a letter that Mrs. Torbett wrote to Harry Bates, editor of Strange Tales, praising Howard’s work, and (iii) letter dated April 18, 1932 on The Clayton Magazines, Inc. letterhead, from Bates to Mrs. Torbett, signed by Bates. 446 $80.00
74 Clark Ashton Smith, EBONY AND CRYSTAL – a copy of a rare Clark Ashton Smith volume of poetry, “Ebony and Crystal,” privately published by Auburn Journal in 1922 in an edition of 500 copies (of which this is #218). Some insect damage. Signed by Smith. 364 $110.00
75 Clark Ashton Smith, THE DOUBLE SHADOW AND OTHER FANTASIES – privately published by Auburn Journal in 1933 in an edition of 1,000 copies. Minor corrections to text in hand by Smith. Inscribed to Glenn and signed by Smith. 351 $240.00
76 Algernon Blackwood, THE DOLL AND ONE OTHER – published by Arkham House in 1946 in an edition of 3,490 copies. 340 $60.00
77 William Hope Hodgson, THE HOUSE ON THE BORDERLAND – published by Arkham House in 1946 in an edition of 3,014 copies. 318 $300.00
78 Clark Ashton Smith, SELECTED POEMS – published by Arkham House in 1971 in an edition of 2,118 copies. 473 $40.00
79 Clark Ashton Smith, TALES OF SCIENCE AND SORCERY – published by Arkham House in 1964 in an edition of 2,482 copies. Insect damage to dust jacket and top and bottom edges of boards 473 $20.00
80 Clark Ashton Smith, THE ABOMINATIONS OF YONDO – published by Arkham House in 1960 in an edition of 2,005 copies. Inscribed by Smith to Lord. Minor insect damage to flaps of dust jacket. 318 $240.00
81 H.P. Lovecraft, AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS AND OTHER NOVELS – published by Arkham House in 1985 in an edition of 3,990 copies. The corrected fifth printing of this collection. Inscribed to Lord by James Turner, who wrote one of the introductions to this edition. 489 $250.00
82 H.P. Lovecraft & Others, TALES OF THE CTHULHU MYTHOS – published by Arkham House in 1990 in the Golden Anniversary Anthology edition of 7,015 copies. Edited by Derleth. In addition to HPL, authors include REH, CAS, King, Bloch, Derleth, Kuttner and Long. 300 $30.00
83 H.P. Lovecraft & Others, TALES OF THE CTHULHU MYTHOS – published by Arkham House in 1969 in an edition of 4,024 copies. Edited by Derleth. In addition to HPL, authors include REH, CAS, Bloch, Derleth and Long. 300 $70.00
84 Lord Dunsany, THE FOURTH BOOK OF JORKENS – published by Arkham House in 1948 in an edition of 3,118 copies. 457 $40.00
85 J. Sheridan Le Fanu, GREEN TEA AND OTHER GHOST STORIES – published by Arkham House in 1945 in an edition of 2,026 copies. 407 $60.00
86 H.R. Wakefield, THE CLOCK STRIKES TWELVE – published by Arkham House in 1946 in an edition of 4,040 copies. 473 $30.00
87 Seabury Quinn, THE PHANTOM FIGHTER – published by Mycroft & Moran in 1966 in an edition of 2,022 copies. The first collection of his famous Jules de Grandin tales. 408 $50.00
88 Seabury Quinn, ROADS – published by Arkham House in 1948 in an edition of 2,137 copies. With illustrations by Virgil Finlay. 457 $60.00
89 H.P. Lovecraft, COLLECTED POEMS – published by Arkham House in 1963 in an edition of 2,013 copies. Minor insect damage to dust jacket flaps. Inscribed to Lord and signed by illustrator Frank Utpatel. 318 $80.00
90 H.P Lovecraft & August Derleth, THE SURVIVOR AND OTHERS – published by Arkham House in 1957 in an edition of 2,096 copies. Signed by Derleth. 283 $50.00
91 August Derleth, THE MASK OF CTHULHU – published by Arkham House in 1958 in an edition of 2,051 copies. Some insect damage to dust jacket and edges of boards. Inscribed to Glenn and signed by Derleth. 318 $110.00
92 August Derleth, NOT LONG FOR THIS WORLD – published by Arkham House in 1948 in an edition of 2,067 copies. Minor insect damage to just jacket flaps. Inscribed to Glenn and signed by Derleth. 318 $80.00
93 August Derleth (editor), FIRE AND SLEET AND CANDLELIGHT – published by Arkham House in 1961 in an edition of 2,026 copies. Inscribed to Glenn and signed by Derleth. 318 $60.00
94 August Derleth, SOMETHING NEAR – published by Arkham House in 1945 in an edition of 2,054 copies. Inscribed to Glenn and signed by Derleth. 142 $140.00
95 August Derleth, NIGHT’S YAWNING PEAL – published by Arkham House and Pellegrini & Cudahy in 1952 in an edition of 4,500 copies. Signed by Derleth. 274 $70.00
96 Robert E. Howard, COMPLETE CONAN OF CIMMERIA VOL. 3 – published by Book Palace Books/Wandering Star in 2010, with many illustrations by Gregory Manchess. This is copy 25 in the Artist Edition, limited to 100 copies, signed by Manchess. In slipcase; lacking the accompanying portfolio. 178 $140.00
97 Robert E. Howard, THE SAVAGE TALES OF SOLOMON KANE – published by Wandering Star in 1998, with many illustrations by Gary Gianni. The Publisher’s Edition (which was not available for sale), #14 of 100, signed by Gianni. In slipcase with portfolio of 8 full color and 2 black and white plates. 399 $300.00
98 Robert E. Howard, BRAN MAK MORN: THE LAST KING – published by Wandering Star in 2001, with many illustrations by Gary Gianni. The Limited Edition, #42 of 850, signed by Gianni. In slipcase; still in publisher’s shrink wrap. 399 $240.00
99 Clark Ashton Smith, THE BLACK BOOK – this is Smith’s notebook from 1930-1961. It was transcribed and edited in 1961 by Donald Sidney-Fryer with R.A. Hoffman (editor of “The Acolyte”). Although it was later printed by Arkham House in 1979, this is a copy made from the original transcription between October 14 and November 14, 1961, which Lord had professionally bound in black boards. Annotated and with notes on the text by Fryer. A unique CAS item, probably one of a kind. 318 $260.00
100 Clark Ashton Smith, LOST WORLDS – published by Arkham House in 1944 in an edition of 2,043 copies. Inscribed to Glenn and signed by Smith. 407 $1,100.00
101 CLARK ASHTON SMITH PHOTO – large photo, roughly 7-3/8” x 9-3/8”. On back is a stamp for Wynn Bullock of Monterey, CA, presumably the photographer. 389 $160.00
102 CHRISTMAS CARD FROM CLARK ASHTON SMITH TO GLENN LORD, DATED 1959 – handwritten to Glenn and signed by Smith. 481 $225.00
103 LETTER FROM CLARK ASHTON SMITH TO GLENN LORD, DATED MAY 15, 1960 – handwritten letter to Glenn, signed by Smith. 324 $200.00
104 CLARK ASHTON SMITH DRAWING – in addition to being an author, CAS was also an artist. This is of a demonic head; there’s a small piece of the paper missing lower right. Based on the letter at #103, it’s possible this came from through Robert Barlow’s collection. 389 $500.00
105 LETTER FROM ALBERT & CHARLES BONI INC., PUBLISHERS, TO ROBERT E. HOWARD, DATED APRIL 26, 1928 – a rejection letter from this publisher to REH with respect to a manuscript of poetry REH had submitted, entitled “Singers in the Shadow.” This collection was later published by Donald M. Grant in 1970. 351 $425.00
106 Clark Ashton Smith, DARK CHATEAU – published by Arkham House in 1951 in an edition of 563 copies. Inscribed to Glenn and signed by Smith (misdated 1939, for presumably 1959). Insect damage to dust jacket; slight insect damage to boards. 318 $320.00
107 Clark Ashton Smith, POEMS IN PROSE – published by Arkham House in 1964 in an edition of 1,016 copies. Minor insect damage to dust jacket. Signed by illustrator Frank Utpatel. 318 $110.00
108 Robert E. Howard, CONAN THE CONQUEROR – this is the first U.K. edition, published by T.V. Boardman & Company, Ltd. in 1954. It is much rarer than the earlier U.S. edition from Gnome Press. Reprints the full length novel, “The Hour of the Dragon.” Missing the dust jacket. 431 $60.00
109 Robert E. Howard, LORD OF SAMARCAND AND OTHER ADVENTURE TALES OF THE OLD ORIENT – published by Bison Books in 2005. Although the main edition was in trade paperback format, this is one of the rarer hardcover edition, which was in an edition of around 470-530 copies. 216 $30.00
110 Robert E. Howard, POST OAKS AND SAND ROUGHS – published by Donald M. Grant in 1990 in an edition of 850 copies, with an intro by Glenn Lord. 368 $20.00
111 LA REINA DE LA COSTA NEGRA – #24, 2/66 – scarce, early Conan comic book published in Mexico, also featuring Belit (the title of the comic translates as “Queen of the Black Coast”). 112 $60.00
112 THE CAVALIER – 3/7/14 – Vanardy (Night Wind serial 2/5), Giesy (3/4), Monahan cover 126 $225.00
113 THE ALL-STORY – 2/14 – ERB (“Warlord of Mars” 3/4), Stout, Monahan cover 178 $950.00
114 ALL-STORY CAVALIER WEEKLY – 12/5/14 – England (“Empire in the Air” 4/4), Monahan cover; back cover 301 $110.00
115 ALL-STORY WEEKLY – 5/29/15 – ERB (“Pellucidar” 5/5), Sheehan (“Abu, the Dawn-Maker” 4/5), Monahan cover 301 $475.00
116 ALL-STORY WEEKLY – 6/19/15 – Giesy 2/4, Monahan cover 104 $100.00
117 ALL-STORY WEEKLY – 10/9/15 – Packard 2/6, Abdullah (“God of the Invincibly Strong Arms: V”), Monahan cover 365 $80.00
118 ALL-STORY WEEKLY – 11/13/15 – Footner (1/5), England 4/6, Monahan cover 446 $100.00
119 ALL-STORY WEEKLY – 1/29/16 – Grey 3/6, Stout 5/5, Monahan cover 446 $60.00
120 ALL-STORY WEEKLY – 3/11/16 – Packard 1/5, Abdullah, Monahan cover 446 $100.00
121 ALL-STORY WEEKLY – 5/6/16 – England 6/6, Gregory 2/4, Monahan cover 301 $400.00
122 ALL-STORY WEEKLY – 2 issues – 5/10/19 (Footner 1/6, Flint, Stilson, Cohen & Giesy 3/4, Hall – “Into the Infinite” 5/6) & 1/31/20 (Cummings – “People of the Golden Atom” 2/6, Stilson 1/4, Rousseau 3/3) – both with Monahan covers 365 $70.00
123 THE ARGOSY – 3/16 – Monahan cover 302 $100.00
124 THE ARGOSY – 11/17/17 – HBJ, Brand 2/7, Rousseau 6/6, Brent, Monahan cover 302 $50.00
125 ARGOSY ALL-STORY WEEKLY – 7/15/22 – Fisher, Stilson, Monahan cover 104 $30.00
126 PEOPLE’S FAVORITE MAGAZINE – 9/10/17 – HBJ, Dunn,Monahan cover 152 $800.00
127 PEOPLE’S FAVORITE MAGAZINE – 10/10/17 – Giesy & Smith, England, Monahan cover 439 $375.00
128 TWO PULPS WITH MONAHAN COVERS – WESTERN STORY MAGAZINE 1/28/28 (Brand 3/6) & LOVE STORY MAGAZINE 5/15/26 301 $100.00
128.1 FAMOUS FANTASTIC MYSTERIES – complete run of 81 issues of this classic science fiction pulp, which ran from September 1939 through June 1953. Authors include HPL, REH, Merritt, Bradbury, Hodgson, Kuttner, Moore, Lord Dunsany, Stoker, Wells, Cummings, England, Rohmer, Doyle, Derleth, Haggard, Heinlein, Mundy, Stevens and even Ayn Rand (her only pulp appearance). Features some of Virgil Finlay’s best pulp artwork, as well as art by Paul, Saunders and Lawrence. A cornerstone of any SF/fantasy pulp collection.   $0.00
128.2 FANTASTIC NOVELS – complete run of 25 issues of this classic science fiction pulp, which ran from July 1940 through April 1941 and then from March 1948 through June 1951. Authors include HPL, Merritt, Cummings, Leinster, England, Brand and Stevens. Features some of Virgil Finlay’s best pulp artwork, as well as art by Paul, Saunders and Lawrence. A cornerstone of any SF/fantasy pulp collection. 418 $300.00
129 THE SHADOW – 2 issues – 5/1/34 (“Tower of Death”, Ernst) & 2/15/41 (“The Chinese Primrose”, Gould – Sheridan Doome) 184 $120.00
130 MYSTERY STORIES – 3/28 365 $130.00
131 MYSTERY STORIES – 8/28 – Pendexter, front cover detached 365 $20.00
132 MYSTERY STORIES – 10/28 – Whitehead 152 $220.00
133 MYSTERY STORIES – 11/28 – Nebel, Donovan 365 $220.00
134 THE CAVALIER – 10/10 301 $200.00
135 THE NEW MAGAZINE – 1/11 – Kennicott (1/3) 302 $190.00
136 THE POPULAR MAGAZINE – 2 issues – 7/09 (Balmer, Standish 2/6) & 7/23/15 (Biggers 2/3, Spears) 355 $50.00
137 PEOPLE’S IDEAL FICTION MAGAZINE – 9/11 – Gregory 1/3 178 $140.00
138 THE DANGER TRAIL – 1/28 – Roscoe, Perry, Holmes 382 $180.00
139 TWO AVIATION PULPS – FLYING ACES 8/32 (Dent, Burks, F. Davis) & AIR ADVENTURES 12/39 (v1n1; Verral, Whitehouse, McCauley cover) 104 $220.00
140 FRENCH SCANDALS – 12/36 – scarce spicy pulp 412 $500.00
141 PEP STORIES – 9/29 – Woodford, Montanye, Bolles cover 184 $325.00
142 SPICY DETECTIVE STORIES – 10/35 – Bellem, Ward cover 446 $90.00
143 THE MYSTERIOUS WU FANG – 1/36 – Hogan, Fisher, J. Rozen cover 488 $375.00
144 DETECTIVE DRAGNET – 9/32 – Dent (two stories, one under his name, one under Cliff Howe pseudonym), Chadwick – Wade Hammond, F. Davis 408 $220.00
145 ACE-HIGH DETECTIVE MAGAZINE – 12/36 – F. Davis 368 $70.00
146 DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE – 3 issues – 8/25/33, 12/25/33 (McCulley – Thubway Tham) & 2/10/34 (McCulley – Thubway Tham) 368 $140.00
147 SUPER-DETECTIVE – 12/43 – Torrey 222 $110.00
148 HOLLYWOOD DETECTIVE – 7/44 – Bellem 222 $70.00
149 10-STORY DETECTIVE – 7/41 – F. Brown, Saunders cover 302 $280.00
150 DIME MYSTERY – 2 issues – 12/47 (Fleming Roberts) & 6/48 (Powell, Gault) 329 $170.00
151 2 detective pulps – THRILLING DETECTIVE 12/43 & DETECTIVE NOVELS 6/44 (Daniels; Candid Camera Kid) 325 $90.00
152 G-MEN DETECTIVE – Winter 1944 – Donovan (Dan Fowler), Daniels, Bowen, Belarski cover 418 $280.00
153 2 pulps with Avenger stories – THE AVENGER 7/40 (“The River of Ice”) & CLUES DETECTIVE STORIES 9/42 (Avenger story – “Death to the Avenger”, Tinsley, Tepperman) 408 $130.00
154 THE WHISPERER – 4/41 – “Death’s Doublecross”, Daniels 229 $30.00
155 THE SHADOW – 10/1/32 – “Green Eyes”, first bi-monthly issue 184 $90.00
156 THE SHADOW – 7/1/35 – “The Fate Joss” 408 $90.00
157 THE SHADOW – 2 issues – 11/15/38 (“Chicago Crime”, Gould – Sheridan Doome) & 3/1/39 (“River of Death”, Goodrich – The Whisperer) 418 $150.00
158 THE SHADOW – 2 issues – 6/1/39 (“Smugglers of Death”, Goodrich – The Whisperer) & 7/1/40 (“The Murder Genius”) 488 $190.00
159 DOC SAVAGE – 1/36 – “Murder Mirage” 184 $35.00
160 DOC SAVAGE – 2 issues – 12/37 (“The Golden Peril”, Brooker – The Skipper) & 11/38 (“The Green Death”, Brooker – The Skipper) 184 $40.00
161 WEIRD TALES – 1/33 – REH (“The Scarlet Citadel” – 2nd Conan story), Kline (“Buccaneers of Venus” 3/6), Burks, Hamilton as Davidson, Quinn, St. John cover 184 $250.00
162 WEIRD TALES – 2/37 – REH (“Dig Me No Grave” – Cthulhu), CAS, Derleth, Stoker, Quinn, Kuttner, Finlay’s first cover for WT 325 $150.00
163 WEIRD TALES – 3/37 – HPL (“The Picture in the House”), Bloch, Wellman, Hamilton, Quick, four page REH eulogy, Brundage cover 325 $220.00
164 WEIRD TALES – 5/37 HPL (with Hazel Heald – “The Horror in the Burying-Ground”), Quinn, Williams, Kuttner, Derleth, Quick, Farley, Baird, Brundage cover 325 $130.00
165 WEIRD TALES – 2 issues – 3/42 (HPL – “Herbert West: Reanimator I”, Bloch, Owen, La Spina, Keller, Derleth, Bok cover) & 11/46 (Bradbury, Bloch, Quinn, Derleth, Wellman, Coye interior art) 351 $70.00
166 AMAZING STORIES – 2 issues with covers by St. John – 5/41 (Julius Schwartz, Palmer, Binder – Adam Link) & 7/42 (Bond, Cummings, Gilmore – Hawk Carse) 202 $50.00
167 2 SF pulps – PLANET STORIES Fall 1944 (Kuttner, Jacobi, Simak, Pohl as Wylie, Parkhurst cover) & STARTLING STORIES 7/39 (Wellman, Binder) 184 $70.00
168 FAMOUS FANTASTIC MYSTERIES – 2 issues – 12/40 (Cummings, Paul cover) & 8/42 (Merritt – “Creep, Shadow!”, Finlay cover) 325 $20.00
169 FAMOUS FANTASTIC MYSTERIES – 2 issues – 8/46 (Stoker, Lawrence cover) & 6/48 (London, Finlay cover) 490 $40.00
170 COMPLETE NORTHWEST NOVEL – 1/36 (v1n3) – Beach, George Gross cover 316 $10.00
171 2 western pulps – SPEED WESTERN STORIES 2/46 (Donovan) & FIGHTING WESTERN 3/50 (Price; comic section) 325 $80.00
172 ARGOSY – 11/25/33 – Kline – “Outlaws of Mars” 1/7, Packard 6/6 333 $50.00
173 ARGOSY – 2 issues – 3/31/34 (Peter the Brazen story, Brand 3/6, HBJ 4/4, Worts – Hazeltine 2/3) & 9/8/34 (Merritt – “Creep, Shadow! 1/7), Peter the Brazen serial 3/5) 488 $30.00
174 ARGOSY – 2 issues – 10/24/36 (Hubbard, HBJ 5/5) & 12/12/36 (Dent 2/3, Woolrich, Hubbard, HBJ 3/5) 325 $60.00
175 ARGOSY – 2 issues – 1/23/37 (ERB – “Seven Worlds to Conquer” 3/6, Hubbard, Roscoe, Bruce) & 2/6/37 (ERB – “Seven Worlds to Conquer” 5/6, Hubbard, Roscoe 1/6) 325 $160.00
176 ARGOSY – 2/20/37 – ERB (“The Resurrection of Jimber-Jaw”), Bruce, Roscoe 3/6 104 $120.00
177 2 pulps – ARGOSY 9/2/33 (Gardner, Roscoe, Stribling 6/6) & ADVENTURE 4/41 (Fisher) 465 $10.00
178 LOVE ROMANCES – bound volume with 6 issues of this Fiction House pulp, 7/29-12/29 (v4n7-v4n12), front & back covers are bound in – 7/29, 10/29 & 11/29 issues have Bergey covers 361 $700.00
179 THE SMART SET – 3 issues – 8/11, 3/12 (Henshaw) & 4/12 333 $60.00
180 ST. NICHOLAS – 2 issues – 11/19 (Charles Livingston Bull cover) & 3/25 (nbc) 431 $50.00

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