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PULP Magazines - FOR SALE -



PULP Magazines [1920's-1950's PULPS; Adventure, Air Aces/Aviation, Anthology, Argosy, Atlantic, Blue Book, Golden Book, Love/Romance, Mystery, Railroad, Science Fiction, Sports, Westerns, etc] FOR SALE





ACE-HIGH WESTERN STORIES -

1928 – May (2nd);October(1st); November (1st);

1929 – October;

1936 - December;

1937 – January (P1200; Very Good; $24);

1944 – January (P1201; Good Very Good; $18);

1945 – September; November;

1947 – March; June; September; November; December, December;

1948 - January; February, March; April;

1950 – September;


ACTION STORIES (Fiction House)

1928 - October;

1929 - January;

1931 - May;

1932 – February ; August (Volume XI #12; missing back cover; Removed from Bound Volume, with pinholes in spine thus FAIR reading copy = $15.00);

1940 – August (Volume XV #11);

1943 – Winter (Volume XVII #6);

1949 – Winter;


ACTION-PACKED WESTERN (Chesterfield Pub.)


1939 July (Volume 3 #4; Mann, Campbell, Rourke, James; Overall Good+ example, but this copy was Removed from a Bound Volume & has 10 small Pinholes thru book near spine & Cover Edges have been Trimmed, thus call it FA/G = $15.00);

1956 – May; July;

1957 – January, March, May;

1958 – January;


ADVENTURE - (PULP Magazines);

*** [Average Weight; 1923-2/1932 = 225 Grams each; 10/1932-1937 = 145 Grams each]

1923; November 20 (Star goes North by H. Bedford-Jones; the Luger by Leonard H. Nason; Come-Back by J.D. Newsom; Sailing-c by Edgar Franklin Wittmack; FA+ = $24);

1925; - February 28; March 30 (Hidden Blood by W.C. Tuttle; Tyro & Tyrant by William Byron Mowery; Cover by F. Eltonhead; G/VG = $30);

1929; July 15 (Western-c by Hubert Rogers; Injuneered cover/story by W.C. Tuttle; G/VG, but piece off BACK cover thus G = $25);

1930; March 15 (Below Zero, novel of the Great North Woods cover/story by Harold Titus; H. Bedford-Jones; David C. Hutchison-c; cover edges trimmed, G/VG = $25);

1930; May 1 (Duncan McMillian-c; cover edges trimmed, VG = $29);

1930; August 1 (Hubert Rogers-c; the Spy Net cover/story by Ared White; cover edges trimmed, G/VG, but BACK cover is missing = $19);

1930; September 1 (PIRATE-c by Duncan McMillian; Long Sword by Harold Lamb; Allan Vaughn Elston; Rebel Yell by MacKinlay Kantor; Spy Net by Ared White; cover edges trimmed, G/VG = $24);

1930; September 15 (Duncan McMillian-c; Shavetail-c/s by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson; cover edges trimmed, G/VG = $24);

1930; November 1 (Parachuter-c by O. Bierhals; H. Bedford-Jones; cover edges trimmed, G/VG = $24);

1931; April 15 (Edgar Franklin Wittmack-c; Stunt Stuff-c/s by Thomson Burtis; W.C. Tuttle; FA/G = $18);

1931; June 1 (If there be Courage-c/s by Gordon Young; Allan Vaughn Elston; Remington Schuyler-c; VG = $27);

1931; June 1 (If there be Courage-c/s by Gordon Young; Allan Vaughn Elston; Remington Schuyler-c; cover edges trimmed, G/VG = $22);

1931; June 15 (Foreign Legion-c by Hubert Rogers; cover edges trimmed, overall G/VG, but piece Off BACK cover thus FA/G = $17);

1931; August 15 (Dominic Cammerota-c; Over the River by Harold Lamb; R.V. Gery-s; VG = $27);

1931; August 15 (Dominic Cammerota-c; Over the River by Harold Lamb; R.V. Gery-s; cover edges trimmed, VG = $22);

1931; September 15 (Western-c by Sidney Riesenberg; Make -Believe Man-c/s by W.C. Tuttle; cover edges trimmed, VG = $27);

1931; September 15 (Western-c by Sidney Riesenberg; Make -Believe Man-c/s by W.C. Tuttle; Good+ = $20);

1931; November 1 (Sidney Riesenberg-c; Prison, a story of Devil's Island by Robert Carse; FA/G = $17);

1932; February 15 (Indian Chief on Horse painted-c by Gerard C. Delano; Sitting Bull, War Chief of the Sioux-c/s by Stanley Vestal; ASK)

1932; October 15 (5 running Giraffes chased by Plane-c by William Heaslip; W.C. Tuttle; Allan Vaughn Elston; William MacLeod Raine; VG = $26);

1932; November 15 (Dominic Cammerota-c; W.C. Tuttle; Allan Vaughn Elston; William MacLeod Raine; VG = $26);

1933; February 15 (Kangaroo painted-c by Robert Amick; W.C. Tuttle; Ared White, Hugh Pendexter; VG = $26);

1933; March 15 (Dominic Cammerota-c; Allan Vaughn Elston; Hugh Pendexter; C.I.D. by Talbot Mundy; G/VG = $22); March 15;

1934; March (Tallship painted-c by Anthony Cucchi; Gold of Yesterday-c/s by H. Bedford-Jones; G/VG = $22);

1932 - April 15; Gordon Young, Charles L. Clifford, T.S. Stribling, Arthur O. Friel A.D. Howden Smith stories.

1934; September 1 (Cap'n Calamity-c/s by Gordon Young; John Newton Howitt-c; Ared White; Borden Chase; Walt Coburn; G = $19);

1934; November 1 (Painted-c by Ray Dean; Mutiny at Achin by Major George Fielding Eliot; Ared White; Arthur O. Friel; G/VG = $22);

1935; May 15 (Herbert Rogers-c; Cap'n Bill Jones in Damned Dutchman-c/s by Gordon Young; Wolf Trail by Harold Titus; VG minus = $25);

1935; September 15 (Charles De Feo-c; Knuckles in Silk-c/s by Georges Surdez; Feud at Single Shot by LUKE SHORT; Robert Carse; G = $19);

1935; December (Walter C. Baumhofer-c; Arthur O. Friel; On the Prod, True Story of Ben Thompson Texas Badman by Clyde Wantland; Gordon Young; G = $19);

1936 - August;

1936; November (Herbert Rogers-c; Loot of the McKeekee by Gordon Young; Sergeant Sourpuss by Perry Adams; Rustler's range by LUKE SHORT; Borden Chase; VG = $27);

1937 - January;April, May; December;

1937; September (Poker/Western-c by Herbert Rogers; Hark Africa by Joel Townsley Rogers; Ared White; Maurice Walsh; G/VG = $22);

1938 – March, August; November;

1939 – January; February (P1067-2; Fair/ Good; piece off front cover; $13); August,

1941 – August, October;

1942 – January; April;

1943 – March, September; December;

1944 – March, June; October;

1945 – January, April; November, December;

1946 – June, August; October; November;

1947 – February;March; April;May; August; October;

1948 – January,March, June, August; December;

1949 – April; September; November; December;

1950 – January; June, July,

1951 – March, November;

1952 – May - (# P1069 ; Good/Very Good ; $12 ); July;



AIR WAR (PULP Magazine);
1944; November [Volume-6 #3; FALL issue; Better Publications; Printed in NY, USA;  "Every Story Brand New"; COMPLETE NOVELETS - "Baby carrier Escort" (Fifth Column Activities in a North Atlantic Convoy get a knockout punch when ensign Tim Gallant and his merchant marine Dad battle to force rats to flee the ship - the hard way!) by F. E. Rechnitzer, "Bombers' Boomerang" (Anton Burke, Australian pilot, applies some newly-acquired knowledge about the art of finishing jobs to the important job of fighting the Japs!) by Laurence Donovan. SHORT STORIES - "Tough Customs" (Ace flier Blackie Reynolds never hesitates when ordered to attack!) by Nathaniel Nitkin, "Circus Wings" (A Battling Yank plays godfather to a Green British flier.) by John Jones, Piano Box Control" (The Spy laughed when he saw Lieutenant Palmer's Piano Case, but - ) by Charles S. Strong. SPECIAL FEATURES - "Prop Wash" (A Live - wire department for our readers.) by Joe Archibald, "Future Trade will Soar Through Air" (An Air expert tells which way Post-War freight will travel-up!) by L. Welch Pogue, "Commandos of the Air" (The Pilots and Radio Observers who fight aloft after dark.) by Lieut. Col. Winston W. Kratz.  Bookseller Inventory #P1134; Very Good = $24.00];



ALL-AMERICAN FOOTBALL MAGAZINE (Fiction House)

1949 – Fall 1st;


ALL BASKETBALL STORIES (Atlas News Co. Inc./ Red Circle) 1947-48 (Volume1 #1; Winter; Gardner F. Fox, Jim / James Blish, Lutz, Richmond; FA/G = $18.00);


ALL SPORTS (Columbia Pub.)

1949 – October;

1950 – February;


ALL-STORY CAVALIER

1914 – July 11 (coverless); August 22(coverless); September 26(coverless,FA/G $15);

1915 – January9(coverless) April 3(coverless) July 10(coverless);

1919 – May 24(coverless);


ALL-STORY LOVE (Popular Pub.)

1943 – August;

1946 – May;

1952 – April;


ALL-STORY WEEKLY

1915 – October 02 (192 pages; Frank L Packard, Richard Marsh, Achmed Abdullah, Edgar Franklin, Captain A.E. Dingle, Tom S Elrod, Mary Hedges Fisher, Ernest Bishop, Andrew Soutar, Herbert Flowerdew, Josephine U. Munford; FA/G, coverless, bottom 25% of Title page is missing = $6.00);


1916 – May 6(coverless); August 12(coverless)

1917 – September 1(coverless);

1918 – May 4(coverless); May11; August 17;

1919 – February 8; March 22 (coverless);


ALL-STORY WESTERN

1949 - (January; Volume1 #1; MAX BRAND; K.V. Bailey; Wayne D. Overholser; overall nice VG, but Title Cut Off & Missing, Bottom 75% of Cover remains = $14.00);



ALL WESTERN MAGAZINE (Dell Pub.)

1934 – July (Volume 9 #27); August; September (Volume 10 #29);

1935 - April; July;

1937 – June (Volume 21 #62); July (Volume 21 #63); August; September (Volume 22 #65);

1938 – March (Volume 24 #71);


AMAZING STORIES

1926 == AMAZING STORIES April/1926 (Volume-1 # 1; Bedsheet PULP Magazine); First issue of the First Even American Magazine devoted to Science Fiction; Ice Skaters on Jupiter Moon cover from Off on a Comet by JULES VERNE, ** Off on a Comet by JULES VERNE; Austin Hall, George Allen England, H.G. WELLS, EDGAR ALLEN POE, G. Peyton Wertenbaker; First issue of the First Even American Magazine devoted to Science Fiction, thus One of the Most important Collectibles in all of Science Fiction;Heavy Creasing to Front Cover; BACK cover & Paper from Spine are MISSING;  Interior is quite Nice; Fall it FAIR, Reading Copy = $499.00

September (P1454-1;VG+ $125);

AMAZING STORIES November 1926 (Volume-1 # 8; Bedsheet PULP Magazine); The Great Ark cover by Frank R. Paul for The Great Deluuge by Garrett P. Serviss** The Great Ark cover by Frank R. Paul for The Great Deluge Part-1 by Garrett P. Serviss; JULES VERNE; A. Hyatt Verill, H.G. WELLS, MURRAY LEINSTER; Creasing to Cover, G/VG = $89.00); December (P1455-1; VG/FN $177);


1927 == AMAZING STORIES January/1927 (Volume-1 # 10; Bedsheet PULP Magazine);  The Man with the Strange Head = The FIRST published Science Fiction Story by MILES J. BREUER

Man Who Could Vanish INVISIBLE MAN Cover;*** Man Who Could Vanish by A. Hyatt Verrill; The Great Deluuge Part-3 by Garrett P. Serviss; First Men in the Moon part-2 by H.G. WELLS; Red Dust (Sequel to the Mad Planet) by MURRAY LEINSTER; Man with the Strange Head by Dr. Miles J. Breuer; GOOD, Reading Copy = $44.00

July (P1459-1; VG/FN $175);December (Gd; P1460-1; $50);


AMAZING STORIES December/1927 (Volume-2 # 9; Bedsheet PULP Magazine);  Below the Infra Red cover by Frank R. Paul for Below the Infra Red by George Paul Bauer;*** Infra Red by George Paul Bauer; Country of the Blind by H.G. WELLS; ROBUR the CONQUEROR of the Clipper of the Air by JULES VERNE;);

1928 – February (P1461-1; VG+; $89); May (P1462-1; GD);

AMAZING STORIES June/1928 (Volume-3 #3 Bedsheet PULP Magazine);  The GOLDEN GIRL OF MUNAN = The FIRST published story by HARL VINCENT;

*** INVISIBLE MAN Part-1 by H.G. WELLS; The Blue Dimension cover & Story by Francis Flagg; HUGO GERNSBACK; ** About 25% Paper Loss to Spine, Magic Tapes Repairs at inside Spine to Cover, Pieces Chipped off Corner of the Magazine, GOOD minus, Reading Copy = $35.00 

September (P1463-1; VG);

AMAZING STORIES December/1928 (Volume-3 #9; Bedsheet PULP Magazine);  The METAL MAN Cover by Frank R. Paul = The FIRST published by JACK WILLIAMSON;

** VERY GOOD Minus = $45.00;

AMAZING STORIES December/1928 (Volume-3 #9; Bedsheet PULP Magazine);  The METAL MAN Cover by Frank R. Paul = The FIRST published by JACK WILLIAMSON;

** Overall VERY GOOD but with 2” Tear Half Way thru Mag at middle Left edge, BACK cover is MISSING, thus FAIR+, Reading Copy = $29.00;


1929AMAZING STORIES November/1929 (Volume-4 #8; Bedsheet PULP Magazine);  The Secret Kingdom by Allen S. and OTIS ADELBERT KLINE Part-2

*** About 50% Paper Loss to Spine, Water Stain at Top Right Corner, BACK cover is MISSING, thus FAIR, Reading Copy = $19.00;

AMAZING STORIES June/1930 (Volume-5 #3; Bedsheet PULP Magazine);  the Non-Gravitational Vortex cover & story by A. Hyatt Verrill; JOHN W. CAMPBELL JR., EDMOND HAMILTON;

** Appears VG, but with Water Damage to both covers, thus GOOD, Reading Copy = $29.00

AMAZING STORIES September/1930 (Volume-5 #6; Bedsheet PULP Magazine);  The Passing Star Cover by LEO MOREY for the story by Isac R. Nathanson; Skylark Three Part-2 by E.E. (Edward Elmer) SMITH ** About 50% Paper Loss to Spine, 2” x 2” Piece Missing Off BACK Cover & Last Page, thus FA/G, Reading Copy = $24.00;


1930 – January (P1464-1; VG-);June;

AMAZING STORIES September/1930 (Volume-5 #6; Bedsheet PULP Magazine);  The Passing Star Cover by LEO MOREY for the story by Isac R. Nathanson; Skylark Three Part-2 by E.E. (Edward Elmer) SMITH ** About 50% Paper Loss to Spine, 2” x 2” Piece Missing Off BACK Cover & Last Page, thus FA/G, Reading Copy = $24.00;


1931 AMAZING STORIES March/1931 (Volume-5 #12; Bedsheet PULP Magazine);  The Thing That Walked in the Rain by OTIS ADELBERT KLINE; Valley of the Titans Cover by LEO MOREY for the story by L.A. Eshbach ** Very Good minus = $33.00

AMAZING STORIES April/1931 (Volume-6 #1; Bedsheet PULP Magazine);  The Menave from Andromeda Cover by LEO MOREY for the story by Nat Schachner & Arthur Zagat **Tape Removed from Spine has Left Paper-Pulls, thus GOOD minus, Reading Copy = $20.00;


1933 – November;

1934 – November;

1935 – August;

1936 – August; October; December;

1937 – April; December;

1939 – June; September, October;

1940 – January; March; May;

1941 – January; March; July; August; November;

1942 – January; September;

1944 – December;

1946 – October;

1947 – January; April; June, July, October, November, December;

1948 – January; February; September; November;

1949 – April; August;

1950 – August;

1951 – January; February; April; May; June; July;August, September; October; November; December;

1952 – January; February; March; April; May; June; July; August; September; October; November; December;

1953 – January; February; March;


AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY

1928 - Summer (P1465-1; VG-);

AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY Spring/1930 (Volume-3 #2; Bedsheet PULP Magazine); Dragons of Space Third Interplanetary story) Cover by LEO MOREY for the story by Aladra Septama; ** Blue Vinyl Tape on Spine, Tape on Cover edges, thus FAIR+, Reading Copy = $29.00;

AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY Fall-Winter 1932 (Volume-5 #3; Bedsheet PULP Magazine); The King & the Pawn Cover by LEO MOREY for the story by Seven Anderton ** Blue Vinyl Tape on Spine, Tape on Cover edges, thus Fair to Good, Reading Copy = $22.00;

AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY Winter 1933 (Volume-7 #1; Bedsheet PULP Magazine); The Great Deluge (Ship Crashing into TWIN TOWERS) Cover by LEO MOREY for the story by Garrett P. Serviss; JULES VERNE ** A Winter Amid the Ice, or The Cruise of the Jeune-Hardie by JULES VERNE; ** Blue Vinyl Tape on Spine, Tape on Cover edges, thus Fair to Good, Reading Copy = $27.00;




THE AMERICAN MERCURY (Alfred A. Knopf);

1924 – (February; March; June; July; August);


A. MERRITT'S FANTASY

1949 – December (Volume 1 #1);

1950 – February (Volume 1 #2); April (Volume 1 #3); July (Volume 1 #4); October;


APPLETON'S BOOKLOVERS MAGAZINE (D. Appleton and Co. Pub.)

1905 – July;


THE ARENA ( The Arena Publishing Company; Boston, Mass.)

1896 - November;


ARGOSY / ARGOSY WEEKLY (Frank A. Munsey Company Pub.)

1902 – December ;

1903 – June;

1909 – September;

1911 – September;

1919 – July 19 (# P442 ; Good; $22 );

1920 – January 10 ( # P445 ; FA/ Good ; $17 );

1926 - September (4,11,18); October 30; November (6,13); December 25;

1929 – July 6; October 5 (#P446; Good/ Very Good; $24); December 14;

1930 – February 22; March 1; August 16 (#P 35; Good/ Very Good; $18); August 16 (#P447; Good/ Tape on spine; $14); August 23 (#P36; Very Good; $20);

1931 – January 31; February 28; March 14; March 28; May 23; June 6; July 4(P214; Good); July 11; September 12; September 19; November 21,28; December 19;

1932 – January 2 (#P42; Good; $14); January 30; March 5 (#P827; Fair; $9); April 9; April 30 (#P43; Fine; $24); May 14; May 21 (#P46; Near Very Good; $18); May 21(P830-2; Good; $15); (June 4; P831 $15); June 11; July 2; September 3; September 10; November 5 (P842-2; Good $17); December 24 (#P847; Good/ Tape on spine; $14);

1933 – January 14; January 21; February 4; April 1; April 29; May 6; May 13;

1934 – April 21; May 26 (#P455; Very Good; $24); June 9; June 23; June 30;

September 1; October 13(P874-2; VG-; $22); October 13(P874-3; VG-; $22);October 27(P876-2; VG; $22); October 27(P876-3; VG/FN; $25); November 3 (#P877-2; Good/Very Good; $18); November 24(P879-2; VG; $29); December 8(P56-2); December 15; December 22;

1935 – January 5; March 16;March 23 (#P882-2; Very Good; $20); May 4; June 15 (#P63-2; Good/ Very Good; $16);October 5; October 26; December 7;

1936 – January 18 (P77-2; Very Good; $20); January 18; January 25, February 29; March 14; March 21; March 28; May 2; May 23; June 6; June 13; July 14; August 1; August 8; August 29; September 5; September 12; September 26; November 7, December 26;

1937 – January 30; March 6; March 13; March 27; April 17; April 24 (P662-2; Very Good/Fine; $25); May 1; May 8; May 15; May 22; May 29; June 5; June 12; June 26; July 10; July 17(Good; $12); July 17 (P885-2; Very Good; $18); July 24; July 31; August 7; August 14; August 28; September 4; September 11; September 18; September 25 (P886-2; Good; $12); September 25 (P886-3; Very Good; $18); October 2; October 9; October 16; October 23; October 30; November 27, December 11; December 25;

1938 – January 1, January 22; February 12; February 19; February 26; March 5; March 12; April 2; April 16, April 23, April 30(P898-2; VG; $22); May 21; May 28; June 4; July 9; July 23; July 30; August 6; August 13; August 20; August 27; September 3; September 10; September 24; October 1; October 8; October 15; October 22; October 29; November 5; November 12; November 19; November 26; December 3; December 10; December 24; December 31;

1939 – January 14; January 21; February 4; February 11; February 18; February 25; March 4; March 18; April 8; April 15; April 22; April 29; May 6; June 3; June 10 (P89-2; Very Good; $20); July 8; July 29 (P91-2; Good/ Very Good; $16); August 5 (P892-2; Good Very Good; $15); August 5 (#P892; Good; $14); August 12 (#P893; Good, writing on cover; $12); August 19 (#P894-1; Very Good; $20); September 2; September 16; October 7; October 14(P93-4; Good/Very Good; $19); October 21(P897-3; Good/Very Good; $16); October 28(P92-3; Very Good; $18); (October 28; Good $12); November 4(P899-2; Very Good- ; $18); November 18(FA/Good; $12); December 9(P900-2; Good/ Very Good; $17); December 9(P900-3; Very Good; $22); December 16(P901-2; Very God+; $20); December 30(P903-2; Good/Very Good; $15); (December 30; Fair $8);

1940 – January 6; February 17; February 24(P94-2; Very Good; $20); March 9 (#P96; Very Good/Fine; $20); March 9(P96-3; Fair/Good; $10); March 9(P96-2; Good; Very Good; $15); March 16; March 23; March 30(P904-2; Near Very Good; $18); March 30; April 6(P97-3; Good Very Good; $14); April 13 (#P98; Very Good;$15); April 13 (#P98-2; Very Good, water damage; $20); April 20(P99-4; Good very Good; $13); May 4; May 18; July 6 (#P103; Very Good; $15); July 13(P104-2; Good/Very Good; $14); July 20;;September 14; September 21; September 28; October 12; October 26; November 2; November 16; December 7; December 14(P112-2; Very Good; $17); December 21 (P113-2; Very Good- ; $16);December 21;

1941 – January 4; January 11;

1943 – February; July; August;




ARGOSY / ALL-STORY WEEKLY

1920 – August 28; December 4;

1921 – April 23 ( # P765 ; Good ; $22 ); April 6 ( # P766 ; Good; $22 ); May14; June 25(coverless); (August 6; Good $22); October 1;

1922 – January 7; January 14; January 21; February 4; February 11; April 15 ( # P767 ; Good/ Very Good; $28 ); April 15(P767-2; Good Very Good; $28); July 29; August 19; August 26; September 9; September 30; October 28; November 18;

1923 – March 10; June 9; June 16 ( # P668-2; Good/ Very Good, Ad page out; $16 ); August 18 (# P769; Good; $20);August 25; September 15 ( # P770; Good ; $20 ); October 27; November 17 (# P671 ; Good ; $18 ); November 24 ( # 672-2 ; $17);

1924 – July 12(coverless); August 16 (# 776 ; Good/ Very Good; $24 ); December 13;

1925 – April 18 (# P779-1 ; Good/ Very Good; $22 ); April 18 ( # P779-2 ; Good/ Back cover missing; ; $14); April 25 (# P 780 ; FA/ Good; $15 );

August 22 ( #P783 ; Very Good / Back cover missing; ; $16 );

October 10 (# P784-2; Good/ Very Good , Back cover missing; ; $16 );October 17;November 14( # P467 ; Good/ Tape on spine; ; $20 ); December 5 ( # P786 ; Good/ Very Good , Back cover missing; ; $15);

1926 – January 2 (# P787-1 ; FA/ Good ; $15 ); January 23 (# P220 ; Good, but Back cover is missing; $12 ); February 27 # P788 ; FA/ Good ; $15 ) ; April 3 ( # P408 ; Good/Very Good, Back cover missing; ; $12 ); April 3 (# P408-2 ; Good ; $18 ); April 24 ( # P790 ; Good; $18 ); May 1 (# P791 ; FA/Good; $15); May 8 (#P792 ; Good/ Very Good ; $22 );

May 29 (#P794; Fair; $12); June 12 (#P795; Fair/ Good; $15); August 7 (#P797; Good; $18); August 14 (#P798; Good; $18); October 9 ( #P800; Fair; $12); October 23 ( #P801; Good; $18);

1927 – March 5; March 12 (# P806; Fair; $10); March 12; May 21 (# P807; Good, coverless; $6); June 11 (#P472; Fair/Good; $14);

June 11 (#P222; Good; $16); July 23; October 15 (#P474-2; Good/ Very Good, Piece off of cover; $14); November 19 (backcover missing );

1928 – March 10; March 17 (#P811; Good, coverless; $6); June2;

1929 – January 19; June 8; June 29 (#P818; Fair/ Good; $13); June 29;




ASTOUNDING SCIENCE FICTION

1939 – August; November;

1940 – April, May, November;

1941 – October (Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr.; By His Bootstraps cover story by Anson MacDonald aka Robert A. Heinlein; Also Includes; Common Sense by Robert A. Heinlein; Not Final! by Isaac Asimov; Manic Perverse by Winston K. Marks; Two Percent Inspiration by Theodore Sturgeon. Article: The Sea King's Armored Division conclusion by L. Sprague de Camp. Illustrated by de Camp, Kolliker, Kramer, Orban and Rogers; VF+, nearly New = $65.00);


1943 – May, July, September;


ASTOUNDING SCIENCE FICTION (British)

1947 – January;

1949 – June;


ASTOUNDING STORIES

1934 – January;

1935 – September; October;

1936 – May; August; October; November;

1937 – January; March; July; October; December;

1938 – January;

1940 – December;


ARTHUR'S LADY'S HOME MAGAZINE

1871 – September (Volume 38 #3); December (Volume 38 #6);

1875 – February (Volume 43 #2); May (Volume 43 #5);


ATLANTIC MONTHLY

1917 – May (#P1142; Good/Very Good; $22);

1921 –December (#P1151; Fair/Good; Back cover missing; ; $10);

1922 – May (#P1155; Very Good; $20);

1923 – October (#P1161; Very Good; $20);

1926 – August – (#P1172; Very Good; $18); October #P1173; Good/ Very Good; Klu Klux Klan story; $25);

1927 – February (#P1175; (#P1175; Very Good; $20); March (#P1176; Very Good; $18);


THE AVENGERS (Street & Smith) - 1941 (July; P1453-1; VG- $50);



BATTLE BIRDS (Fictioneers Inc / Popular Pub; 2nd Series 1940-1944);

1943 – March (Volume 5 #3); September (Volume 6 #2);

1944 – March (Volume 6 #5); May (Volume 6 #6);



BEDTIME STORIES

1938 Winter (Volume-4 #12; cover called "Separate Rooms"; GGA = Good Girl Art cover of Blonde Girl in Pink Negligee; Often Credited to Peter Driben, but actually by Earle Bergey; Adult Cartoons; 12 pages of PHOTO's including mostly NUDE; overall VG/FN, but wear at spine & cover detached, thus G/VG = $49);



BEST WESTERN (Stadium Pub.)

1939; October (Peter Dawson, Glenn H. Wichman, Raymond W. Porter, Gunnison Steele, L.L. Foreman & W.H.B. Kent; Front Cover is Missing, rest is G/VG = $7.00); .

1952; September (Larry Bjorklund, D.B. Newon, John Prescott, Walt Sheldon. R.S. Lerch, Russ Winterbottom; FA/G = $9.00);


BEST WESTERN NOVELS (Interstate Pub.)

1948 – April(Front cover missing);


BIG DETECTIVE CASES (Super Pub.)

1944 – August (C091-1; GVG; $20); November (Good; $16);

1946 - September (C093-1; VGFN; $32);


BIG-BOOK WESTERN MAGAZINE ( Two-Books Magazine)

1934 – January/February (Volume 1 #2; back cover missing);

1940 – April;

1942 – October, December;

1943 – June; August; October; December;

1944 – December (Volume 15 #9);

1944 – December;

1945 – February; August;

1946 – January, March, July; August, November;

1947 - April;September;

1948 – February, April (front cover missing);

1952 – July (back cover missing);

1945 – February; August;

1946 – January; March (incomplete); August; November;

1947 – September;

1948 – September;

1950 – April;



BILL BARNES AIR ADVENTURER (Street & Smith Pub.)

1935 – June; August;


BIRDS AND NATURE (A.W. Mumford Pub.)

1901 – June; September; October'

1902 – April; September; November;

1903 – March; April; May; October; December;

1904 – February; March; April;


BLACK BOOK DETECTIVE (Better Pub.)

1949 – January, Summer 1949 (Tony Quinn in Missing Million; Johnston McCulley; Edward Ronns, Ray Cummings; FA/G, Front cover is missing = $9);


THE BLACK CAT

1901 – January (#P1053; Very Good; $35);

1904 – March;


BLACK MASK (Pro-Distributors Company)

1950 – May (1/3 front cover missing);

1951 – January (front cover missing);


THE BLUE BOOK MAGAZINE (also known as BLUEBOOK MAGAZINE )

1918 - October (P1431-1; GVG; $285);

1932 – June (Volume 55 #2);

1933 – July;

1934 – February;

1936 – December;

1938 – February ; September; September; December;

1939 – June;

1940 – (January, #P227; Good; $14); June;

1941 – (March, P695-2);

1942 – June (P1208-1; VG; $22); December (P986-2; Fa/GD; $14);

1943 - August (P1207-2); December (P986-3);

1945 - April (P1320-2),

1947 - January (P996-2),

1948 – (February;P1216;GVG;$29); March (P1217-2), April (P1218-2), August (Volume 87 #4); (August;P1220;VG-;$22); ( September; P1221-2; VG; $39); November(P1223-4), (November;P1223-1;VG;$29); (November;P1223-2;VG+;$22);

1949 – (January;P1224-2;FN;$36); January (P1224-3);, February(P998-5), (March;P1225;VG/FN;$33); March (P1225-2);, March(P1225-3), (July;P700-2;VG;$26); (July;P700-3; FA/GD;$16); (July;P700-4;FN+;$36); July (P700-5), August (P701-4), (August;P701-3;FN+;$33); October (P703-5), (October;P703-3;FN+;$33); (October;P703-4;GD-;$25); November (P704-4); December (P1229-3; FN; $59);

1950 – (January;P705-4;GVG;$20); February (P706-3), March (P707-4), May (P708-3), June (P709-3), (June; P709-2; G/VG; $22); (July; P710-2; G/VG; $22); (July; P710-3; G/VG; $22);July (P710-5);September (P712-5); November (P714-2), (December;P715-3;VG+;$27);

1951 – January (P1321-2), February (P1231-2), March (P1232-2), (April;P1233;VG;#29); May (P1234-2), (July;P1235;FN+;$35); July(P1235-2), August(P1236-2), (September;P1237;FN;$45); September (P1237-2; NFN; $44); November (P1239-3), November (P1239-2),

1952 – January(P1241-2), March(P1245-3), (March;P1245-1;VG;$24);(July;P1248;NFN;$30) (November;P1251;FN;$36);

1953 – (January;P1253;VG;$22); (April;P1256;G+;$16); ( (July;P1258;FN;$44); (August;P1259;VG+;$24); (September;P1260-1;FAG;$18); (September;P1260-2;VGFN;$35);(September;P1260-3;FN;$42); (October;P1261-1;VG;$22); (October;P1261-2;NFN;29); (November;P1262-2;VG;$30);

1954 – (January;P1263;VG-;$30);(June;P1242-1;VG;$22); (June;P1242-2;VGFN;$26); (July;P1267-2;VG-;$27); (August;Volume 99 #4;P1243-1;G;$14); (August;Volume 99 #4;P1243-2;VG-;$20);

1955 – February; (August;P1274;GVG;$16);


BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

1939 – February (Volume2 #1);


BLUE RIBBON WESTERN (Double Action Magazine)

1948 – June, October;

1949 – February, October,

1950 – February;


THE BOOK LEAGUE MONTHLY (The Book League of America Pub.)

1929 – (June; Volume 2 #2); (December; Volume 3 #2);


THE BOOKLOVERS MAGAZINE (The Library Pub. Co.)

1903 – April; November;

1904 – February; September; October; November; 1905 – May; June;


THE BOOKMAN (George H. Doran Co. Pub.)

1920 –October;

1921 – January; October; December;

1922 – April; June;

1923 – May; December;

1924 – February; march;

1925 – May; July; September; December;

1927 – March;

1928 – July; September;


THE BOOK NEWS MONTHLY (John Wanamaker Pub.)

1910 – February;


THE CALENDAR

1926 – July;


CANADIAN GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL

1930 – July (Volume 1 #3);


THE CANADIAN MAGAZINE (Ontario Publishing Co.)

1904 – December (Volume XXIV #2; Christmas Number);


THE CANADIAN MAGAZINE OF POLITICS SCIENCE ARTS & LITERATURE (Down the Yukon, Ontario Pub.)

1893 – December (Volume II #2);


CAPTAIN FUTURE (Better Pub.)

1943 – Spring (front cover missing);


THE CAVALIER

1908 – April 12(coverless);

1912 – January 20(coverless)

1913 – March22(coverless); April 19(coverless); August 2(coverless); October 11 (coverless);


CENTURY (The Century Co.)

1918 – October;

1919 – August;

1922 – March, April; May; June; July; August;

1923 – August; November;

1924 - May;


THE CENTURY ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE (The Century Co.)

1880 – November;

1883 – April;

1884 – August;

1887 – February, September, November;

1888 – May;

1890 – August;

1891 – December;

1892 – September;

1895 – March;

1897 – March, July, October;

1898 – December;

1899 – May;

1910 – July, September;

1914 – September;

1918 – October;

1919 – August;

1922 – March, April, May, June, July, August;

1923 – August, November;

1924 - May;


THE CHAUTAUQUAN (Chautauquan Assembly Pub.)

1902 – April;


CLUES DETECTIVES STORIES (Street & Smith)

1941 – July;


COMET Volume 1 #1 (December 1940 PULP Magazine) - Robert Moore Williams; Miles J. Breuer; Manly Wade Wellman; P. Schuyler Miller; D. L. James; R. R. Winterbotham; Eando Binder; Clark Ashton Smith; Raymond Z. Gallun; John L. Chapman; VG = $49.00); 



COMPLEAT COWBOY - 1946 (December);


COMPLETE COWBOY (Magazine/ Novel Magazine)

1949 – August, October;

1950 – February;


COMPLETE NORTHWEST (Northwest Pub.; PULP Magazine) December 1938; (Volume 4 #1; RCMP Mountie cover; G/VG = $39.00); 



COMPLETE SPORTS (Manvis Pub.)

1942 – September (Volume 4 #2);

1948 – April; July; October;

1953 – December (Volume 8 #6);

1954 – July, October;


COMPLETE STORIES (Street & Smith);

1936 – July;


COMPLETE WESTERN BOOK MAGAZINE

1935 – August (Volume 5 #2);

1937 – July (Volume 8 #6);

1938 – May (Volume 10 #2);

1939 – May, September;

1943 – July;

1944 – March;

1946 – March,

1948 -March;

1949 - October;

1950 – April;

1951 - November;

1952 – May;August; December;


CORNHILL MAGAZINE (British);

1932 – May;


THE COSMOPOLITAN (MacMillian & Co. Pub.)

1892 – February, July; August; September;

1983 – April;

1894 – October; December;

1895 – May; June; August;

1896 – November;December;

1899 – March;

1900 – March; April, May, June, September; October;

1901 – September; October; November; December;

1902 – January; February; March; April; May; June; July, August, October, December;

1903 – January; March; April; October;

1905 – April, June;


COWBOY STORIES (Street & Smith)

1928 – June 5, July 5;

1936 – January (Volume 29 #1);


CRACK DETECTIVE (Columbia Pub.)

1947 – October (front cover missing);

1949- March, May, September;

1953 – December;


CURRENT HISTORY (Illustrated; published by the New York Times Co. Issued Monthly)

1925 – May;

1930 – January;

1931 – April;

1933 – September;

1934 – February;


DARE-DEVIL ACES (Popular Pub.)

1936 – May;

1940 – October;

1941 – September;

1943 – October;


DETECTIVE BOOK MAGAZINE

1940 – Summer (#P908; Good/ Very Good; $29);

1941 – Spring, Summer;

1942 -Winter;

1943 – March, Summer;

1947 – March-May (front cover missing), September-November (front cover missing);

1949 – Winter (front cover missing)


DETECTIVE CASES (Superior Magazine Pub.)

1945 – (October; VG; C097-1; $35);


DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY

1928 – September 15, November 3,

1932 - May 14, 28; June 14; August 27; September 24; October 15, 29; November 12;

1933 - April 18;

1934 – October 27 (back cover missing),

1935 – July 27, September 7 (¾ front cover missing), September 14;

1936 – April 11, May 9, May 16, June 13, June 27, July 18, August 1;

1938 – January 29, June 18, October 22, October 29, November 12;

1939- January 28, April 8, May 6, May 13, June 17, July 8, September 2, December 16,December 23;

1940 – January 27 (back cover missing), February 10, February 24, March 9 (#P982; Good/ Very Good; $17); March 9 (P982-2; Good Very Good; $22);, March 23, March 30, April 6, April 20, May 4, May 11, May 18,June 1, June 8 (¼ front cover & back cover missing), June 15 (#P1029; Good; $14, another copy available), June 29 (back cover missing),July 13, July 20,

August 10, August 17, August 31, September 7, September 21, October 5, October 12, November 2, November 23, December 7, December 21;

1951 – January (front cover missing), July;


DETECTIVE MYSTERY NOVEL MAGAZINE (Thrilling Pub.)

1948 – Summer;


DETECTIVE NOVEL MAGAZINE

1945 – October (#P11; Coverless; Reading copy; $5); December;

1946 – August;

1947 – January (#P1191; Fair/ Good; $15), September;

1949 – Spring, Summer;


DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE (Street & Smith);

1927 – May 28 (front cover missing), June 11;



DETECTIVE SHORT STORIES (Exclusive Detective Stories, Inc.)

1947 – October;



DETECTIVE TALES

1939 - May (PULP Magazine) (Volume 17 #2; GGA Girl in BONDAGE & Oriental Threat cover; Ray Cummings; George A. McDonald; VG $49.00);

1940 – February(Volume 14#3); September;

1944 – August;

1945 – August;

1947 – March (VG $39); September (VG minus $33);

1948 – February (front cover missing);

1950 – May (1/3 front cover missing);


DIME DETECTIVE MAGAZINE

1943 – October;

1949 – July (#P914; Very Good; $49);August;

1952 – August;


DIME MYSTERY MAGAZINE

1946 – January (#P916; Very Good, water damage; $39); February (#P917; Good/ Very Good; $45);

1947 – September,;

1949 – December (1/3 front cover missing);


DIME SPORTS MAGAZINE

1936 – March (Volume 2 #3);

1939 – February/March (Volume 7 #4);


DIME WESTERN MAGAZINE (Popular Pub.)

1934 – December 1 (Volume 7 #4);

1935 – January 15 (Volume 8 #3);

1938 - July;

1940 December (no back cover);

1941 – July (Volume 29 #3; back cover missing);

1943 – September;

1944 – March, April, July;

1945 – March, November (no front cover), December 1945 (USA printing; frank Bonham, Walt coburn, Bob Oberts, Michael Oblinger, Jackson V. Scholz, C William Harrison, William R Cox; Overall Good, but with 1" high x 6" wide Paper loss area in middle of front cover, thus FAIR; Still complete & OK as a Reading Copy $8);


1946 –May, June, September;

1947 – January; August; September; October (1/3 front cover missing), December (Volume L #4);

1948 - May; July, August, November;

1949 – January, October;

1950 – April; September; November (#P490; Good/ Very Good; $10); December;

1952 – January, November (1/3 front cover missing);

1953 – May (William Vance, Fred Grove, Robert L Trimnell, A.A. Baker, Will Cook, John Jo Carpenter & Noel M Loomis; All Stories Complete in this issue; Overall VG/FN, but Top 1/3 front of cover is missing = $8.00);




DOC SAVAGE (PULP Digest Magazine; Street & Smith Pub)

>>> September 1945 TERROR TAKES 7 (Volume-26 #1) Also with; "Night-Race" by Bruno Fischer, and "Dog Friday" by John Scott Douglas. FA/G = $29.00

>>> November 1945 TROUBLE ON PARADE (Volume-26 #3) Also with; "Roughwater Skipper" by John Scott Douglas, "Return Match" by Lt. Jerome M. Cowle, and "Arctic Interlude" by Stuart Friedman. G = $39.00;

>>> March 1946 TERROR and the LOVELY WIDOW (Volume-27 #1) Also with; "A Little Warmth, A Little Light" by John H. Knox, "Barney is the Hero" by Talmage Powell, "Fighting Dog" by Lee E. Wells, and "Victoria" by Robert T. Hartmann. G = $29.00;

>>> June 1946 COLORS FOR MURDER (Volume-27 #4) Also with; "A Man Can Swear" by DeWitt Newbury, "The Gray Blood" by D. A. Hoover, "Fast Track for Murder" by J. Lane Linklater, and "A Handful of Death" by Peter Reed; G/VG = $39.00;

>>> July 1946 FIRE and ICE (Volume-27 #5) Also with; "Don't Bury Him Deep" by Bruno Fischer, "The Flesh Is Willing" by Thorne Lee, "My Life, the Millionaire" by Stuart Friedman, and "Reminder of Cousin Henry" by John Clinton Port. G/VG = $39.00;

>>> August 1946 THREE TIMES A CORPSE (Volume-27 #6) Also with; The Dry Mouth of Danger" by John D. MacDonald, "The Man Who Got Away With It" by Thorne Lee, "The Reputation of Hassan" by Willis Lindquist, and "Hunter's Trophy" by John Scott Douglas. FA/G = $27.00;

>>> October 1946 DEATH IN LITTLE HOUSES (Volume-28 #2) Also with; "Every Day is Saturday" by Tom Marvin, "Size Makes No Difference" by Giles A. Lutz, "Justice in the Sun" by John D. MacDonald, "Frozen Judgment" by John Scott Douglas, and "Tough Old Terror" by Willis Lindquist. VG minus = $49.00;

>>> November 1946 The DEVIL is JONES (Volume-28 #3) Also with; "The Little People" by John D. MacDonald, "The Startled Face of Death" by Scott O'Hara, "Deadbeat" by Thorne Lee, "The Scarred Hand" by John Farrell, "The Guy Who Was Yellow" by Vaughn Freeman, and "The Longest Cast" by C. D. Richardson Jr. G/VG = $49.00;

>>> January 1947 TARGET FOR DEATH (Volume-28 #5) Also with; "Eight Dozen Agents" by John D. MacDonald, "One Thread to Murder" by Coleman Meyer, "Background for Sally" by Robert C. Dennis, "Death Changes Places" by Robert M. Hodges, "Borrowed Brawn" by John Scott Douglas. FA/G = $44.00;

>>> March-April 1947 DANGER LIES EAST (Volume-29 #1) Also with; "By the Bread of Ragnar" by Robert A. Nicolls, "Nor Iron Bars" by John D. MacDonald, and "Her Heart Stood Still" by V. E. Thiessen. G = $45.00;

>>> November-December 1947 ONCE OVER LIGHTLY (Volume-29 #5) Also with; "Or the World Will Die" by John D. MacDonald, "Operation Successful" by Stanley C. Vickers, "Second Visitor" by Peter Reed, "Pride is a Good Thing" by Don James, and "Worse Than Murder" by Henry Rieser; VG = $55.00;



DOUBLE-ACTION WESTERN (Winford Pub.)

1936 – January (Volume 3 #1);

1937 – June (Volume 5 #2); October (Volume 5 #4);

1938 – April (Volume 6 #2);

1943 – July;

1947 – August (#P205; Very Good; $12);

1948 – May, September (P494-2; Very Good; $16);

1949 – March, May, September, November (#P496; Good; $10); November (Volume 17 #2);

1950 – March (Volume 17 #4); September;

1951 – July; September;

1952 – January, May, July (#P1002; Good; $10); September;

1953 – March,July;

1955 - March;

1956 – June, August;

1957 – October;

1958 – April, June, August (Volume 25 #6); October;


DYNAMIC SCIENCE FICTION


1952 – December (Volume 1 #1);

1953 – March (Volume 1 #2); June (Volume 1 #3); August (Volume 1 #4); October (Volume 1 #5);

1954 – January (Volume 1 #6);


EVERYBODY'S (Ridgway Company)

1906 – March;

1909 – January;

1914 – December;

1915 – January;

1922 – February; November;

1927 - March;

1929 – February (Volume 60 #2);


EXCITING LOVE (Better Pub.)

1941 – Winter (Volume-1 #1; UN-Signed Cover; Redhead Girl in pink dress shows off diamond ring; G/VG = $29);

1945 – Summer;

1946 – June;

1947 – January; March;

1948 – November;

1949 – January; March; July; September (Volume-14 #3; UN-Signed Cover; Redhead Girl with Flowers cover; BACK cover Missing, Tape on Spine, FAIR reading copy = $6);

1952 – Fall (½ back cover missing);

1957 – Spring;


EXCITING SPORTS

1945 – Spring;

1946 – Fall (Volume-7 #3; UN-Signed Cover; Football cover; 2" paper Loss at bottom of spine, still nice cover, G = $12);

1947 – Fall; DECEMBER (Volume-9 #2; UN-Signed Cover; Jackson Cole story; Football cover; Good+ = $15);

1950 – Spring (Volume-13 #1; W.C. Tuttle story; Baseball cover; UN-Signed Cover; G/VG = $15); Summer (Volume 13 #2); Winter;


EXCITING WESTERN (Better Pub.)

1941 – Winter (#P497; Good; $10);; Winter;

1944 – August (½ front cover missing);

1945 – October, December;

1946 – February; April, June; (#P208; Very Good/Fine; $16); November (#P210;Very Good; $14)

1947 – November;

1948 – March (P501-2; VG $18);September (#P504; Very Good;$16);

1949 – January, March, July, September, November;

1950 – January; March; July;

1951 – September;

1952 – September;

1953 – July;


FACTUAL DECTECTIVE STORIES (True Crime Cases Pub.)

Volume 4 #26( July; Good; $18; C094-1);

Volume 6 #31(April; Good; $16; C095-1);


FAMOUS DETECTIVE (Columbia Pub.)

1956 – August;


FAMOUS FANTASTIC MYSTERIES (PULP Magazines; Frank A. Munsey Company Pub = 1939-1942; Popular Pub = 1943-1953)

>>> KEY Issues are Highlighted in BLUE Color;

1939; December (Volume-1 #3; THE CONQUEST OF THE MOON POOL Part 2 of 6 by A. Merritt; THE RADIO MAN Part 1 of 3 by Ralph Milne Farley; "Who Is Charles Avison" by Edison Marshall; "The Lord of Death" by Homer Eon Flint and others. Interior art by Virgil FINLAY and Frank R. PAUL; Waldemar Kaempffert, Philip Fisher; G/VG = $15);
1940; May/June (Pegasus by Henry Kuttner; The Blind Spot part-3 by Austin Hall and Homer Eon Flint; Raiders of the Air by Hubert Kelley & Fred T. Barton; A World of Indexed Numbers by Will McMorrow; Finis by Frank Lillie Pollock; 2 page spread by Biederman = Yesterday's Futurama; Overall G, but bottom 20% of Cover an Pages 1-44 are Missing, thus POOR incomplete, AS IS; Noted stories are Complete = $4);

1940; October (The Face in the Abyss = Chapters #1 thru #9 by A. Merritt; Fungus Isle by Philip M. Fisher; Out of the Dark by Amabel Redman; Verse by Robert W. Lowndes; Covers are Missing, rest is Good, reading copy = $6);

1941; February (Cover by Virgil FINLAY & 3 pages interior art; The Spot of Life by Austin Hall; Ship of Silent Men by Philip M. Fisher; Hall and Flint by Richards. Darkening; overall G/VG, but 2-1/2" x 2" piece missing off upper right cover corner, thus FA/G = $8);

1941; December (Volume-3 #5; Unconscous Girl in Leopard Skin Mini-Skirt GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY; The Afterglow = 89 page novel by George Allan England cover & story; overall appears VG, but pages 97-120+ and Back Cover are Missing, thus POOR & Incomplete; Afterglow Novel is COMPLETE; Buy it for the great cover = $5);

1942; February (Volume-3 #6; Busty Winged Indian Girl in Headress with Wolfpack GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY; The Citadel of Fear by Francis Stevens = Book Length-c/s; The Super-Race, verse by Stanton A. Coblentz; Cover Edges are Trimmed, G/VG = $10);

1942; April (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for the RADIO PLANET and the ANT MEN = Novel by Ralph Milne Farley-c/s; An Unnatural Feud by NORMAN DOUGLAS. Illustrations by Frank R. PAUL and Virgil FINLAY; overall nice VG+, with minor tape stain at bottom of spine, tape is gone, thus VG minus = $18);

1942; July (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for POLARIS OF THE SNOWS by Charles B. Stilson; Interior art by Virgil Finlay and Frank R. Paul; SERAPION by Francis Stevens; A. Merritt on Modern Witchcraft = 2-page Preview Ad for CREEP, SHADOW! by Merritt; G/VG = $14);


1942; September (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for A Brand New World = Book-Length Novel by Ray Cummings-c/s; Wild Wullie, the Waster by Tod Robbins; The Horla by Guy de Maupassant; Ariel's Song from the Tempest by William Shakespeare; Illustrated by Frank R. Paul and Virgil Finlay; appears overall VG, but with 4" and 1-1/2" Cover Tears repairs inside with Magic Tape, thus G = $12);

1942; November (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for The Mouthpiece of Zitu by J. U. Giesy = Book-Length Novel; The Demoiselle D'Ys by Robert W. Chambers; Into the Infinite by Austin Hall Part-2; Illustrated by Frank R. Paul and Virgil Finlay; VG = $20);

1942; December (Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for The Golden City Ralph Milne Farley-c/s = Book-Length Novel; Into the Infinite Part-3 by Austin Hall; Illustrated by Virgil Finlay; Good+ = $10);
1943; March (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for Ark of Fire by John Hawkins-c/s = Book-Length Novel; Into the Infinite Part-4 / Conclusion by Austin Hall; VG minus = $19);

1943; --- December (Volume-5 #5; Cave Girl, with Cave Man vs Black Panther GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by "LAWRENCE" Sterne Stevens; 1st appearance of "King of the Gray Spaces" by RAY BRADBURY = Later re-titled R is for Rocket; Three Go Back, Novel by J. Leslie Mitchell; The Derelict by William Hope Hodgson; The Mask by Robert W. Chambers; Illustrated by Lawrence and BOK; ALL-NEW Original Stories; G/VG = $20);

---- December (Volume-5 #5; Cave Girl, with Cave Man vs Black Panther GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by "LAWRENCE" Sterne Stevens; 1st appearance of "King of the Gray Spaces" by RAY BRADBURY = Later re-titled R is for Rocket; Three Go Back, Novel by J. Leslie Mitchell; The Derelict by William Hope Hodgson; The Mask by Robert W. Chambers; Illustrated by Lawrence and BOK; ALL-NEW Original Stories; overall near FINE example, but with; 1" Tear in upper cover near spine & on front endpage, minor 1x3" moisture damage spot on BACK cover, thus call it a nice VERY GOOD = $29.00);


1945; March (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for The Machine Stops = Book-Length Novel by Wayland Smith; . Before I Wake by Henry Kuttner; Illustrated by Lawrence; Cover edges Trimmed, G/VG = $10);

1945; December (Cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for the Ancient Allan = Book-Length Novel by H. Rider Haggard; The Hashish Man by Lord Dunsany; Illustrated by Lawrence and Ronald Clyne; overall nice VG, but cover edges slightly Trimmed = $12);
1946; February [Cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for Before the Dawn = Book-Length Novel by John Taine (aka; Eric Temple Bell); The House of the Secret by Claude Ferrere; Illustrated by Lawrence; G/VG= $10];

1946; October (Cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for The Island of Dr. Moreau = complete Book-Length Novel by H. G. Wells; Third Person Singular by Clemence Dane; 1st app of Daemon C. L. Moore; The Burial of the Rats by Bram Stoker; Illustrated by Lawrence and Virgil Finlay; Cover edges trimmed, G/VG = $10);

1946; December (Volume-8 #2; Classic Giant Green Hooded SKELETON / SKULL grabs fistful of People Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for Unthinkable = Book-Length Novel by Francis Sibson; At the Farmhouse by E. F. Benson; And Not in Peace" by George Whitley; Illustrated by Lawrence and Virgil Finlay; near FN = $18);

1946; December (Volume-8 #2; Classic Giant Green Hooded SKELETON / SKULL grabs fistful of People Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for Unthinkable = Book-Length Novel by Francis Sibson; At the Farmhouse by E. F. Benson; And Not in Peace" by George Whitley; Illustrated by Lawrence and Virgil Finlay; VG = $13);
1947; February (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for The Star Rover by Jack London; The Angry Street by G.K. Chesterton; the Spectre Spiders by W. James Wintle; G/VG = $12);

1947; April (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for Allan and the Ice-Gods = Book-Length Novel by H. Rider Haggard; Passeur by Robert W. Chambers; Prisoner in Time by V. E. Thiessen; Illustrated by Virgil Finlay and Lawrence; overall VG+, but small piece off BACK cover & Cover edges Trimmed, thus G/VG = $10);

1947; June (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for The People of the Ruins = Book-Length Novel by Edward Shanks; Caterpillars by E. F. Benson; Illustrated by "LAWRENCE" Sterne Stevens; Cover edges Trimmed, G/VG = $10);

1947; August (Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for Minimum Man = Book-Length Novel by Andrew Marvell; Boomerang by George Whitley; Masters of Fantasy = 1 page BIO on H. P. Lovecraft by Neil Austin; Illustrated by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens and Hannes BOK; VG = $12);

1947; October (Painted cover by "LAWRENCE" Sterne Stevens for for The City of Wonder = Book-Length Novel by E. Charles Vivian; The Day of the Deepies by Murray Leinster; Masters of Fantasy - 1pg BIO on A. Merrit - The Dweller in the Mirage illustrated feature by Neil Austin; Illustrated by Vigil Finlay, Hannes BOK, and Napoli; VG = $10);

1947; December (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY; The Man Who Went Back = Book-Length Novel by Warwick Deeping; Atlantis' Exile by Cyril Hume; "he Horror of the Heights by A. Conan Doyle; Illustrated by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens and Virgil Finlay; VG = $10);
1948; February (Volume-9 #3; Angel-Like Blonde GIRL hovers over Massive Car Crash GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for The Peacemaker = Book-Length Novel by C. S. Forester; Planet of Sand by Murray Leinster; the Lonesome Place = original story by August Derleth; Illustrated by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens; overall VG+, but cover edges Trimmed, thus G/VG = $9);

1948; June [Volume-9 #5; DEVIL / SATAN spoons up People out of giant Bowl Painted cover by Virgil FINLAY for The Devil's Spoon = Book-Length Novel by Theodora du Bois; The Shadow and the Flash by Jack London; Eemanu Grows Up by Leslie A. Croutch;. 1pg Bio of H. G. Wells with art by Neil Austin; Illustrated by Lawrence, Finlay, and McNutt (aka Charles Beaumont); Letter from Forrest J. Ackerman.; overall VG, but cover edges Trimmed, thus G = $9];

1948; August [Cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for The Purple Sapphire = Book-Length Novel by John Taine (aka; Eric Temple Bell); The Night Before the End of the World by Murray Leinster; Illustrated by Virgil Finlay and Leydenfrost; overall VG+, but cover edges Trimmed, thus G/VG = $9];

1948; October [Volume-10 #1; Cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for The Lion's Way (novel was filmed as King of the Jungle) by C. T. Stoneham; The Women by RAY BRADBURY; The Human Angle by William Tenn; That Low by Theodore Sturgeon; 1pg Bio of Edgar Rice Burroughs with art by Neil Austin; Illustrated by Virgl Finlay, Lawrence, and Clyne; Letter from Lin Carter; RAY BRADBURY; The Human Angle by William Tenn; That Low by Theodore Sturgeon; overall VG, with 1-1/4" x 1-3/4" Piece off BACK cover corner, thus G/VG = $9];
1949; February (Volume-10 #3; Unconscous Blonde Bikini Girl drapped over Bloody Planet Earth GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by
"LAWRENCE" Sterne Stevens for The Scarlet Plague, novelette by Jack London; Angel Island = complete Book-Length Novel by Inez Haynes Gillmore; Illustrated by Lawrence and Leydenfrost; overall VG+, but cover edges Trimmed, thus G/VG = $9);

1949; April (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for Dian of the Lost Land = Book-Length Novel by Edison Marshall; Black Butterflies by Elmer Brown Mason; Illustrated by Virgil Finlay. G/VG = $8);

1949; October (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover of MUMMY, Cat's Head & Sexy Lady by LAWRENCE" Sterne Stevens for The Starkenden Quest = Book-Length Novel by Gilbert Collins; Masters of Fantasy: Ray Bradbury = brief bio with illo by Neil Austin; Illustrated by Virgil Finlay; Letters from Lin Carter; G/VG = $10);

1949; December (Volume-11 #2; Topless Indian Girl GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for Ogden's Strange Story = Book-Length Novel by Edison Marshall; Includes No-Man's-Land by John Buchan; What Was It? by Fitz-James O'Brien; Jamieson by Margaret St. Clair; ** Brief bio of Edgar Allan Poe with art by Neil Austin; Illustrated by Lawrence, Leydenfrost, and Virgil Finlay; Cover edges Trimmed, G/VG = $8);
1950; August (great Painted cover art by Norm Saunders for The Time Machine = Book-Length Novel by H. G. Wells; Includes Donovan's Brain by Curt Siodmak; Art by Virgil Finlay and Lawrence; G/VG = $10);

1950; October (Bikini Girl in Ice & Giant Demon Hand GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by De Soto for The Woman Who Couldn't Die = Book-Length Novel by Arthur Stringer; Includes; The Weigher of Souls by Andre Maurois; Nor Moon by Night by Peter Cartur; In Planders' Wood by M. Ludington Cain; Art by Virgil Finlay, Lawrence Sterne Stevens and Fawcette; VG = $10);
1951; January (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover for Brood of the Witch-Queen = Book-Length Novel by Sax Rohmer; Includes; The Disintegration Machine by Arthur Conan Doyle; The King of the World by A. E. Coppard; Letter by Sam Moskowitz; VG minus = $10);

1951; March (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for The Threshold of Fear = Book-Length Novel by Arthur J. Rees; Includes: The Music of Erich Zann by H. P. Lovecraft; The Dancing-Partner by Jerome K. Jerome; Golden Apple by C. H. Liddell = Henry Kuttner & C. L. Moore; Letter by Gerry de la Ree; G/VG = $12);

1951; May (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover for The Slayer of Souls by Robert W. Chambers; Includes: Lukundoo by Edward Lucas White; Letters from Robert Silverberg; Art by Virgil Finlay and Lawrence; G/VG = $10);

1951; July (Volume-12 #5; Unconscous Blonde Girl in skimpy White Dress with approaching Martian Tri-Pods GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for The War of the Worlds = Book-Length Novel by H. G. Wells; Tcheriapin by Sax Rohmer; Art by Virgil Finlay & Lawrence Sterne Stevens; SCARCER issue; VG = $25);

1951; October (Volume-12 #6; Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for Rebirth by Thomas Calvert McClary; Includes: Monsieur Seeks a Wife by Margaret Irwin; Nobody's House by A. M. Burrage; Golden Atlantis = verse by Richard Butler Glaenzer; Art by Virgil Finlay & Lawrence; >>> FIRST Publication of The Man Who Collected Poe by ROBERT BLOCH; VG/FN = $20);

1951; December (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for the Gray Mahatma = Full Length Feature by Talbot Mundy; Includes; And He Built a Crooked House by ROBERT A. HEINLEIN; Pickman's Model by H. P. Lovecraft; He Didn't want Soup by Paul Ernst; the Book by Margaret Irwin; Art by Lawrence, Virgil Finlay, Hannes Bok & Fawcette; SCARCER issue; Cover edges Trimmed, G/VG = $18);
1952; February (Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for The Valley of Eyes Unseen = Full Length Feature by Gilbert Collins; Includes; Blight by L. Major Reynolds; Illustrated by Lawrence and Virgil Finlay; Cover edges trimmed, G/VG = $8);

1952; April (Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for The Death Maker = Full Length Feature by Austin J. Small; Includes: The New Sun by J. S. Fletcher; Illustrated by LaWrence and Virgil Finlay; Letter from Gerry de la Ree; G/VG = $8);

1952; August (Sexy Girl, Wolf, Skeleton & Graveyard Painted cover art by Norm Saunders for The White Wolf = Full Length Feature by Franklin Gregory; Includes: The Green Splotches by T. S. Stribling; Art by Virgil Finlay & Lawrence; Letters from Robert P. Hoskins; appears FN+ near new, but Cover edges Trimmed, thus VG = $10);
1952; October (Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for The Bat Flies Low = Full Length Feature by Sax Rohmer; Includes: Thus I Refute Beelzy by John Collier; Ilustrated by by Virgil Finlay & Lawrence; appears VG/FN, but Cover edges Trimmed, thus G/VG = $9);
1952; December (Volume-14 #1; Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for SKULLFACE = Full Length Feature by ROBERT E. HOWARD; Includes; Killdozer by Theodore Sturgeon; The Homecoming by Ray Bradbury; The Coat by A. E. D. Smith; Art by Lawrence; Hannes Bok; and Virgil Finlay; SCARCE issue; Cover edges trimmed, G/VG = $25);

1953; February (GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by NORM SAUNDERS for Full Moon = Full Length Feature by Talbot Mundy; Includes: The Eyes of Dromu by Cedric R. Mentiplay; Illustrated by Virgil Finlay and Lawrence; SCARCER issue; near FN = $22);

1953; April (Volume-14 #3; Second to LAST issue; GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for The Wanderer's Necklace = Full Length Feature by H. Rider Haggard; Includes: The Espadrilles by Margaret St. Clair; On the Rim of Space = verse by Stanton A. Coblentz; Illustrated by Lawrence, Hannes Bok and Virgil Finlay; Letter from William F. Nolan; UNCOMMON issue; near FN = $22);

1953; --- June (Volume-14 #4; Scarce LAST issue; GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for ANTHEM by AYN RAND = Author's ONLY Pulp app; The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka; Worms of the Earth by Robert E Howard; Find the Happy Children by Benjamin Ferris; Pendulum by Ray Bradbury & Henry Hasse; Bernie Goes to Hell by Arthur Dekker Savage; Dirge by Louis M Hobbs; Haunted Hostel by Emma L'Hommedieu Frost; overall appears VG/FN, but cover edges trimmed, thus G/VG = $35);

1953; --- June (Volume-14 #4; Scarce LAST issue; GGA/Good Girl Art Painted cover by LAWRENCE Sterne Stevens for ANTHEM by AYN RAND = Author's ONLY Pulp app; The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka; Worms of the Earth by Robert E Howard; Find the Happy Children by Benjamin Ferris; Pendulum by Ray Bradbury & Henry Hasse; Bernie Goes to Hell by Arthur Dekker Savage; Dirge by Louis M Hobbs; Haunted Hostel by Emma L'Hommedieu Frost; *** One of the nicest examples you will ever find of this Classic Issue; Overlap Bottom edges to Covers has usual Tears, but these are better than average condition; Overlap right edge to front cover is in excellent way above average condition, as is left edge to back cover; Cover has most of the original gloss; Superb FINE, nearly new example = $99.00);



FAMOUS WESTERN (Columbia Pub.)

1947 – May;

1948 – June, August;

1949 – October;

1953 – April;

1954 – April (#P1003; Good; $12); December;

1955 – December;

1956 – February;


FANTASTIC ADVENTURES

1942 – October, November;

1943 – June; July; August;

1944 – June;

1945 – April; July; December;

1946 – February; September;

1947 - September; October;

1948 – October; November; December;

1949 – October; November; December;

1950 – March, May; July;October; November; December;

1951 – January; February; March, April; May; June, July; August; September; November; December;

1952 – January; February; March; April; May; June; July; August; September; October; November; December;

1953 – January;


FANTASTIC NOVELS

1940 – July; September; November;

1941 – January;

1948 – March; May; September; November;

1949 – January; March; May; July; September; November;

1950 – January; March; May; July; September; November;

1951 – January; April; June;


FANTASTIC STORY (Quarterly/ Magazine)

1950 - Spring (Volume-1 #1; Cover by BERGEY; Hamilton, Edmond; Weinbaum, Stanley G.; Anderson, Poul, Fearn, John Russell; Bergey, Earle; Finlay, Virgil; VG $35);

Summer (Volume 1 #2); Fall (Volume 1 #3);

1951 – Winter (Volume 2 #1); Spring (Volume 2 #2); Summer (Volume-2 #3; Cover by BERGEY; David H. Keller; M. F. Rupert; Allen K. Lang; Matt Lee; Dave Dryfoos; Kelvin Kent - aka Henry Kuttner; A. Connell; Will Garth; ** cover edges are Trimmed, rest is VG = $10); Fall (Volume 3 #1);

1952 – Winter; Spring; Summer; September; November;

1953 – January; March; May; July; September; Winter;

1954 – Spring; Summer; Winter;

1955 – Spring; Winter;


FANTASTIC UNIVERSE (Great American Publications)

1960 – January, February;



FIFTEEN DETECTIVE STORIES (Popular Pub.)

1954 – February (Volume 20 #2);


FIFTEEN LOVE STORIES

1952 – January (Volume-5 #2; G = $8);

1953 – November;

1954 – May;


15 MYSTERY STORIES (Popular Pub.)

1950 – April (1/3 front cover missing);


FIFTEEN SPORTS STORIES

1948 – November;

1951 – December;


FIFTEEN WESTERN TALES

1946 – February;

1947 – July, December;

1948 – January (#P1100; Very Good, pages 101-108 missing; $5), January (P1100-2; No Front cover; Very Good; $7); February (front cover missing);

1950 – January;

1951 – July;

1952 – March; Winter;


FIGHTING WESTERN

1946 – March;

1947 – February (#P1004; Good; $12);

1948 – March (front cover missing);


FIGHT STORIES (Fiction House Pub.)

1946 – Winter (Volume 8 #3; Very Good; $18);

1946/47 – Winter (Coverless; Very Good; $7);

1949 –Winter (Volume 9 #7);


FIGHTING ACES

1941 – January; September; November;

1942 – November;

1943 – May;

1944 – March; May; July;


5 SPORTS CLASSICS MAGAZINE (Standard Mag.)

1951 – Spring (Volume 14 #2);


FIVE-NOVEL MONTHLY

1932 – May (#P1084; Good/ Very Good; $49);

1933 – May (#P1085; Fair/Good; $27);

1934 – January (#P1088; Good; $25);October (#P1090; Good/Very Good; $29);

1940 – October;


5 WESTERN NOVELS MAGAZINE (Thrilling Pub.)

1948 – January;

1950 – February;

1952 – February (Volume 5 #2); April;

1953 – June;

1954 - Winter;


FLOWERS' FAMILY MAGAZINE (WM. P. Flowers, A.M. Pub.)

1880 – (October; Volume 3 #10); (November; Volume 3 #11); (December; Volume 3 #12);

1881 – January; February; March; April; September; November; December;


FLYING SAUCERS (Palmer Pub. Inc.)

1958 – (July/August; P1125-2; FN+; $49);


FLYNN'S WEEKLY ( Red Star News)

1926 – November 20 (Back cover missing), December 11,

1927 – January 8 (front cover missing), January 29 (back cover missing), February 5 (back cover missing), February 26,



FLYNN'S DETECTIVE FICTION

1927 – August 27, December 10, October 8,

1928 -January 14 (back cover missing),

1943 – December (coverless);

1944 – May (#P919; Very Good; $29);


.44 WESTERN MAGAZINE (Popular Pub.)

1938 – September/October (1/2" x 3" piece off lower right cover corner, overall G, but 20% of Title pages missing, thus FA+ $9);

1940 – June (G $14);

1940 – October (#P236; Covers tattered around edges, Poor/Fair = $5.00);

1945 – September (VG, but back cover is missing = $8.00)

1945 – November (G/VG $16);

1946 – January (overall G/VG, but 10% of cover missing at bottom edge, thus FA+ $8);

1946 – November (VG $14);

1947 – March (FA/G, Back cover is missing $8.00);

1947 – July (Title Off = Top 1/3 front cover missing = $8.00)

1947 – October (front cover missing = $4.00)

1947 – November (front cover missing = $4.00),

1947 – December (G $10);

1948 – February (front cover missing = $4.00);

1948 – March (front cover missing = $4.00);

1949 – October (overall G/VG, but 20% of Back cover is missing $8.00);


FOLK-LORE (William Glaisher Limited, London, England);

1938 – September (Volume XLIX );

1939 – March ( Volume L );



FRONTIER STORIES


1948 – Winter (Volume 17 #5);


FUTURE FICTION

1940 – November;

1941 – August;


FUTURE COMBINED WITH SCIENCE FICTION STORIES

1950 (May/June); (July/August);

1951 – January; March; May; July; September; November;


FUTURE FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION

1942 – December;


FUTURE SCIENCE FICTION

1952 – January, March, May, July;

1953 – January, March; May;

1954 – March;


GAYETY (Shade Pub Company, Philadelphia, Pa)

1933 – July (Volume 1 #9; GGA= Good Girl Art painted cover; 16 pages NUDE girls photo's inside; );


GAY LOVE STORIES (Columbia Pub.; USA);

1953 – May;

1955 – March (Volume 13 #5);

1956 – November;

1958 – July;


GIANT WESTERN

1948 – December;

1949 – February, August;

1950 – February;

1952 - August;

1953 – June;


G-MEN / G-MEN Detective (Pulp Magazine; Main character series = DAN FOWLER; FBI in Action)

(Pulp Magazine; Main character series = DAN FOWLER; FBI in Action)

1935 – November (#2; Bring ‘Em Back Dead; Front and back covers are missing! First two & last page rough & damaged, but all stories NOT affected! Rest of interior is VG condition! Great cheap reading copy of a RARE old mag!. PULP Magazine!. #P19; Coverless; $12);

1936 – July (#10; Black Magic; # P1194; Good $39);

1937 – October (#25; Crime’s Blackboard; back cover missing, rest of mag is VG = $27);

1945 – Spring; Fall (#82; The Private World of Murder; P1303-1; 1/6th of cover missing at bottom right, rest of mag is G/VG $19);

1946 – February(#84; Crime By the Carton; Johnston McCulley story; P1301-1 FA/G $25);

1951 – Winter (#109; Mistress of Murder; P1302-1; Large Tears with Magic Tape repairs to front cover; Bottom 10% of Title page clipped only; thus FA $18);



GEM FROM THE GOLDEN BOOK (Schweinler Press, New York)

1925 - September;


THE GOLDEN BOOK Magazine (Schweinler Press, New York)

1925 - January (Volume 1 #1; G = $20); April (Volume 1 #4); September; December (Volume 2 #12);

1926 – January (Volume 3 #13); April (Coverless); July (Volume 4 #19; G = $14); August (Volume 4 #20); December (Volume 4 #24; front cover missing);

1927 – January (Volume 5 #25); March (Volume 5 #27); September (Volume 6 #33; Schweinler Press, New York; Pegasus the Winged Horse cover; Charles Dickens, Herbert Jenkins, Robert Browning, Ambrose Bierce, Etc.;  FA/G = $12.00);

1928 – May (Volume 7 #41); May; June;

1931 – August; October; November; December;

1932 – January; February; March; April; May; August; September; October; November; December;

1933 – January;

1934 – January, February, March, April; May; June; July; August; September; Octoebr; November;

1935 – May; July; August; September;


GREAT DETECTIVE STORIES (L.M. Pub.)

1933 – April (Volume 1 #2; Sax Rohmer, Ellery Queen, Edwin Balmer, William B. MacHarg, Earl Derr Biggers; Willian Collison; Dorothy L Sayers, May Edginton, William J Neidig; Broughton Branderburg; G = $39.00);

1945 - January (Good; C096-1; $24);


HAMPTON'S MAGAZINE

1910 - February (“Discovery of the North Pole”, part 2); May (Discovert of the North Pole, part 5);

August (Discovery of the North Pole, part 8);


HARPER'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE (Harper & Brothers, New York);

1879 – May;

1880 – January;

1881 – September;

1883 – August; October;

1884 – July; August;

1885 – January; July; August; December;

1887 – July; August;

1891 – June; August; October;

1893 – November;

1894 – March; April; July; August;

1895 – September; October;

1896 – May; June; August;

1897 – January; February; June; July; August; October;

1898 – June; July; September; October; November;

1905 – September;

1906 – March; September; October;

1907 – July; August; September; October;

1914 – November;

1918 – June;

1921 – February; July;

1922 – April; May; June; September;

1923 – April;

1926 – May; June; July; August; September; October; November;

1927 – September;

1928 – March; April;

1929 – January; February; March; April;

1931 – June;

1932 – February;

1933 – February; May; July;

1934 – March; April; June; July; August; September; October; November; December;

1935 – January; February; March; April; May; June; July; August; September; October; November;

1936 – March; April; May; June; August; December;

1937 – January; February; March; April; May; June; July; August; September; November;

1938 – January;

1939 – March; July; September; October; November;

1940 – March; April; May; July; October; November; December;

1941 – January; July; October; December;

1942 – March; May; July; November; December;

1943 – March; April; June; September; November; December;

1944 – January; February; March; April; August; September; October; December;

1945 – January; February; March; April; May; June;


HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE (Harper & Brothers, New York);

1853 – May(#53);

1865 – January;

1866 – December;

1868 – September; November;

1869 – January; February; October;

1871 – April; May; June'

1872 – January; February;

1874 – October;

1875 – May; June;

1876 – August; October; November;

1877 – April;

1900 - August;


HOLLYWOOD DETECTIVE (Trojan Pub.)

1947 – January (front cover missing);


IDEAL LOVE (Columbia House)

1949 – August;

1952 – May (Volume 13 #1);

1953 – March;

1955 – March; November;

1959 – December;


JUNGLE STORIES

1945 – Spring;

1949/50 – Winter (front cover missing);

1951 – Spring; Fall (front cover missing);


LA PAREE STORIES (DM / Merwil Publishing Company; GGA = Good Girl Art covers)

1936 May (Volume-7 #5; Earle K. Bergey signed cover; Busty Girl in Red Evening Dress cover; NUDE Girlie Photo's; Photo Page 41/42 is Missing G/VG = $29);
1936 AUGUST (Volume-7 #8; Peter Driben signed cover; Monte Carlo Widow Girl in Blue Festive Dress cover; 16 pages of NUDE Girlie Photo's; VG = $59);



LARIAT STORY MAGAZINE (Fiction House, New York, USA)

1926 - October (No Backcover);

1928; ­ May(Walt Coburn, Eugene Cunningham; VG minus = $29.00);

1928; ­ September(Walt Coburn; Cunningham, Ford, Smalley; G = $19.00);

1928; ­ November(Walt Coburn; Cunningham, Ford, Smalley; VG = $29.00);

1930; ­ August(overall G, but Removed from Bound Volume with pinholes in spine, edges trimmed = $12.00);
1931; ­ November (Volume 7 #11; overall G, but Removed from Bound Volume with pinholes in spine, edges trimmed = $12.00);
1932; ­ March (Volume 8 #3; coverless; overall G/VG, but Removed from Bound Volume with pinholes in spine, edges trimmed = $7.00);
1933; ­ November/December (Volume 8 #11; coverless; overall G/VG, but Removed from Bound Volume with pinholes in spine, edges trimmed = $7.00);

1933 – November/December (Volume 8 #11; coverless);

1934 – January/ February (Volume 8 #12); March/April (Volume 9 #1); June (Volume 9 #2);

August (Volume 9 #3; front cover missing); October (Volume 9 #4);

1950 – March (front cover missing);


LEADING WESTERN (Trojan Magazine. )

1946 – June;

1948 – February (front cover missing);

1950 – April (1/3 front cover missing);


THE LONDON MERCURY AND BOOKMAN

1958 – August;



LOVE BOOK MAGAZINE (Popular Pub.)

1945 – April; August (Volume 26 #3);

1951 – August (Volume 43 #4; back cover missing);


LOVE FICTION MAGAZINE

1945 – June;


LOVE FICTION MONTH

1946 – August (Volume 32 #8 );


LOVE NOVELS MAGAZINE (Popular Pub.)

1945 – February;

1954 – September;


LOVE SHORT STORIES (Popular Pub.)

1941 - December;

943 – February; July;

1945 – November;

1946 – February;

1947 – November;

1952 – November;


LOVE STORY MAGAZINE (Popular Pub.)

1928 – October 20;

1940 – October 5;

1953 – October;


LOVE STORY MAGAZINE (Street & Smith)

1932 – June (Volume. XC #5);

1937 – May 1;

1940 – December 28;


MAMMOTH DETECTIVE (Ziff-Davis Pub.)

1946 – March (front cover missing), May (front cover missing), July (front cover missing), August (front cover missing), September (front cover missing);

1947 – February, July (front cover missing);


MAMMOTH MYSTERY (Ziff-Davis Pub.)

1946 – January; August (front cover missing), December;


MAMMOTH WESTERN

1946 – January (front cover missing), April (missing front cover), August (missing front cover);

1947 – April (front cover missing), October; November;

1948 – February; May; June; August (No Backcover); September, October;

1949 – April (PULP Magazine)  (Volume 5 #4; Alexander Blade  story;  Murphy Anderson art; G/VG = $16.00);  November;

1950 – October, November;



MARVEL SCIENCE FICTION (STORIES)

1951 – February;

1952 – May;


MASKED RIDER WESTERN

1945 – July, September;

1946 – March; March;

1947; April;

1948 – April; August; October, December (P531-2; Very Good/Fine; $25);

1950 – SUMMER (Canadian Ed; Wayne Morgan in Riders of the Bushwack Range; G/VG $18) November;

1951 – JAN(Canadian Ed; Wayne Morgan in Horsemen of the Twisted Trails; G/VG $18); January, March; May;

August (USA Edition; VG $20)October;

1952 – April; JULY(USA Edition; VG/FN $20), December;

1953 – April(USA Edition; VG $17);


MAX BRAND'S WESTERN MAGAZINE (Popular Pub.)

1951 – March;

1952 – January;

1953 – March; September;

1954 – August;


McCLURE'S MAGAZINE (McClure Co.)

1902 – May; June;

1904 – March;

1909 – September;

1911 – January; May; July; November;

1913 – October;

1919 – December;


THE METROPOLITAN MAGAZINE (Metropolitain Company)

1904 – May; July;


THE MONTHLY ILLUSTRATOR (Harry C. Jones Pub.);

1895 – February; July;


MUNSEY'S MAGAZINE (Frank A Munsey Pub.)

1897 – May;

1900 – October;

1901 – January; March; November;

1904 – November;

1905 – March;

1906 – April;

1908 – October;

1914 – March; April; June; July; September; October;


MYSTERY BOOK (Best Pub.)

1946 – Winter;

1949 – Spring (P1038-2; $30); Summer;


MYSTERY NOVELS (Doubleday Pub.)

1932 – Summer (front cover missing);


NEW DETECTIVE MAGAZINE (Popular Pub.)

1948 – November;



NEW DOMINION MONTHLY (John Dougall & Son, Montreal)

1874 – October;


NEW LOVE MAGAZINE (Popular Pub.)

1945 – July; October;

1947 – February;

1952 – November;


THE NEW METROPOLITAN (Metropolitan Magazine Company)

1903 - May;


NEW SPORTS MAGAZINE (Popular Pub.)

1947 – January;

1949 – April; June; December;

1950 – October;


NEW WESTERN MAGAZINE

1940 – July;

1942 - June;

1943 - April (pages 3 – 14 missing) July;

1944 – January, September;

1945 – May, June; July;

1946 – July, October, December;

1947 – January, February, March (Volume 13 #4), March; June;

1948 – April;

1949 – May (#P537; Poor, pages missing; $3.50);

1950 – February; August,October (#P539; Good/Very Good; $12); December;

1951 – November;


NICK CARTER MAGAZINE (Street & Smith)

1934 – March (back cover missing);



NORTH-WEST ROMANCES STORIES (Fiction House)

NORTH-WEST STORIES of the Wilderness Frontier & Romances (Fiction House PULP Magazine)

1947 – Summer ( May/July; Volume 16 #1);

1949 – Spring (Volume 16 #8); Fall (Volume 16 #10);

1949; Summer (Volume XVI, #9; GGA / Good Girl Art and RCMP / Mounted Policeman Painted cover; Daughter of Aurora story by Jack London;. Les Savage Jr, Alexander Wallace & Edward Ronns stories; overall nice VG+, but with Name written on cover at upper right, and Pulp was removed from a Bound Volume & has 8 small stitching holes thru book in spine area, thus Good = $16.00);



THE OUTLOOK (Macmillan Company)

1909 – November 27;

1910 – January 15; May 28;


OUT OF THIS WORLD ADVENTURES (Avon Pub.; PULP Magazine with 32 Page color comic insert sections; both with GGA = Good Girl Art Painted-c) -

Volume-1 #1 (7/1950; Lunar Station-s = KUBERT-a; Man-Eating Lizards-s = KUBERT-a; CROM the Barbarian-s = Gardner Fox-s, John Giunta-a; *** Text Stories by = Ray Cummings, A.E.Van Vogt, Lester del Rey, William Tenn, Lloyd Williams, Mark Reynolds, & Kris Neville; Terror of the Mist-Maidens by A. Bertram Chandler; USA Edition; Overall G/VG with TRIMMED Cover edges, thus FA/G = $69);

Volume-1 #1 (7/1950; Lunar Station-s = KUBERT-a; Man-Eating Lizards-s = KUBERT-a; CROM the Barbarian-s = Gardner Fox-s, John Giunta-a; *** Text Stories by = Ray Cummings, A.E.Van Vogt, Lester del Rey, William Tenn, Lloyd Williams, Mark Reynolds, & Kris Neville; Terror of the Mist-Maidens by A. Bertram Chandler; *** Canadian Variant Edition; Poor to Fair, NO Back cover = $39);

Volume-1 #2 (4/1951; FLYING SAUCERS-s = 21 pages Wally WOOD-a; Goofy Ghost-s; Eyes of the Tiger-s = G.Wiseman-a; *** Text Stories by = A. Bertram Chandler, Basil Wells, J. Harvey Haggard, Bryce Walton, John & Dorothy de Courcy, Walt Sheldon, Len J. Moffatt; *** USA Edition; VG/FN = $149);



THE PACIFIC MONTHLY (Pacific Monthly Pub.)

1906 – September;


PEARSON'S ( Pearson Pub. Company);

1904 – September;


PERSONALITY (Campbell Prints Inc.)

1928 – June; July; September; October;


THE PHANTOM DETECTIVE

1939 OCTOBER (USA Edition; VG Appears VG, But; Tape & Glue repairs to Spine; Paper a bit Fragile at spine; Paper Loss & chipping to bottom 2" of Spine, thus FA/G reading Copy $35);

1949 – March (front cover missing);

1950 - Spring;

1952 – Winter;


PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE (Williams & Wilkins Company, Baltimore, Maryland)


1934 – January (Volume 1 #1); April (Volume 1 #2); July (Volume 1 #3); October (Volume 1 #4);

1937 – January (Volume 4 #1); April (Volume 4 #2); July (Volume 4 #3);

1950 – January (Volume 17 #1); April (Volume 17 #2); July (Volume 17 #3); October (Volume 17 #4);


PLANET STORIES(Fiction House Pub; GGA = Good Girl Art on MOST covers);

1939 – Winter (Volume 1 #1; Golden Amazons of Venus by John Murray Reynolds; Cover by A. Drake; Includes; Expedition to Pluto by Fletcher Pratt & Laurence Manning; War-Lords of the Moon by Linton Davies; Cave-Dwellers of Saturn by John Wiggin; Two x 1" Rubber Stamped Prices on cover, VG/FN = $250.00);

1943 May, Fall; Winter;

1944 – Fall;

1945 –Spring; Summer;

1946 – Spring;

1946 -- Winter;

1947 –Spring; Spring (Volume-3 #6; Ray Bradbury; Gardner F. Fox; Emmett McDowell; Bryce Walton; Ross Rocklynne; Chester S. Geier; Basil Wells; Henry Hasse; Erik Fennel; overall apparent VG/FN, but slightly Trimmed cover edges, one 2" piece Magic Tape, thus VG minus = $29);

1947 – Summer Summer (Volume-3 #7; Gardner F. Fox; Albert de Pina; Raymond F. Jones; Bryce Walton; Chester S. Geier; Vaseleos Garson; James R. Adams; overall apparent VG/FN, but slightly Trimmed cover edges, one 1-1/2" piece Magic Tape, thus VG minus = $19);

1948 – Spring; Fall, Winter;

1949 – Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter;

1950 – Spring; Summer; Fall,

1951 – January; March; May; July; September; November;

1952 January, March, May; September (Volume-5, No. 8; GGA / Good Girl Art painted cover; The Star Plunderer by Poul Anderson cover & story; THE GUN = second published story of Philip K. Dick; Also Includes; Evil Out Of Onzar by Mark Ganes; Zero Data by Charles Saphro; The Slaves Of Venus by Edwin James; Thompson's Cat by Robert Moore Williams; Big Pill by Raymond Z. Gallun; SCARCE; usual moderate chipping to overlapped right edge of cover, VG/FN = $59.00);
1952; September (Volume-5, No. 8; GGA / Good Girl Art painted cover; The Star Plunderer by Poul Anderson cover & story; THE GUN = second published story of Philip K. Dick; Also Includes; Evil Out Of Onzar by Mark Ganes; Zero Data by Charles Saphro; The Slaves Of Venus by Edwin James; Thompson's Cat by Robert Moore Williams; Big Pill by Raymond Z. Gallun; SCARCE; Small pieces missing out of cover edges & corners, thus FA/G reading copy = $27.00);

1952 - November;

1953January (Eric Frank Russell; John W. Jakes; Stanley Whiteside; Roger Dee; 3 x Bryan Barry-s; apparent VG/FN, but slightly Trimmed cover edges, one 1-1/2" piece Magic Tape, thus VG minus = $19);

1953 - March; July; September; November;

1954 March; Summer; Fall;

1955 – Winter; Spring; Summer;


THE POPULAR

1928 – April 21; June 9; August 20;


POPULAR DETECTIVE ( Better Pub.)

1940 – April (front cover missing);

1945 – February (Volume 28 #2; Woman in bondage cover);

1949 – March, May,



POPULAR LOVE (Thrilling Pub.)

1943 – November (Earle Bergey signed cover; 2" Tear, Moderate Creasing to cover; Image still good; G = $12);

1945 – May; November;

1949 – February (Earle Bergey signed cover; VG = $15);

1952 – Spring;


THE POPULAR MAGAZINE

1909 – December(coverless);

1920 – November 20;

1921 – September 7;

1922 – February 20; June 20; July 7;

1923 – August 7; September 7; September 20;

1924 – February 7 (Volume LXXI # 2; coverless);

1927 – February 20; June 20; August 20; September 7; October 1 (#P1076-2);

1928 – Febraury11; April 21; August 20;


POPULAR SPORTS MAGAZINE

1939 – February (UN-Signed Cover; VG = $25); June;

1947 – Summer; Fall;

1948 – October (UN-Signed Cover; overall VG, but 3/4" x 2" piece off bottom right cover corner, 5% Paper Loss on BACK cover, thus FA/G = $9);

1949 – Spring; Fall (Earle Bergey signed cover; near FN = $22); February;

1950 - Winter;


THE POPULAR STORIES

1927 – October 1 (P1076-1; FA/GD; $14); October 1 (P1076-2);October 15; October 22; October 29; November 5; November 12; November 26; December 3; December 31;


POPULAR WESTERN

1935 – February;

1937 – May;

1941 – March,

1942 – July;

1944 – January (No Back Cover), November (No Back Cover);

1945 – March, May;

1946 – March;

1947 – April (#P260-3; coverless, tape on spine; $7);

1949 – February, August (545-3; Very Good; $18);;

1950 – December;

1951 – June;

1952 – February ;



RAF ACES (Better / Thrilling Pub);

1944 – March (Volume 2 #3; Canadian Edition; Robert Sidney Bowen, Alexis Rossoff, Joe Arcibald, Laurence Donovan, Louis Falk, Norman A. Daniels, Frank Johnson, Oscar J. Friend; 3 pieces missing off cover = 5% of cover is gone; Back Cover Missing; FAIR, reading copy = $8.00);


RAILROAD MAN'S MAGAZINE

1931 - December 14;

1932 – January(coverless);




RAILROAD MAGAZINE

1939 – February (P141-2; Very Good; $18);

1940 – August (P159-2; Fine; $22);November (P162-2; Good; $12);

1941 – January; February; March; April; May;

1942 – February (P164-3; Good; $10); March (P165-3; Very Good/ Fine; $18); March (P165-4; Good/Very Good; $13); March (P165-5; Very Good; $16); April (P166-3; Fine+; $22); May(P167-3; Good/Very Good; $14); June(P168-2; Good/Very Good; $13); June(P168-3; Fine; $20);

1943 –March; April; May;June; August; September;October; November; December;

1944 – March; April; April (coverless); June; July(P177-2; Very Good; $16); August; November; December;

1945 – January; February; March; May; June; July; August;September;October;

1946 – February; March; April; July; August;

1947 – January; June; July; August(P178-2; Very Good; $15); August(P178-3; Good+; piece off cover; $10); September; October; November; December;

1948 – April(P182-2; Good/Very Good; $12); October;

1949 – April; May; June; September(coverless);

1953 – May;


RAILROAD STORIES (Magazine) (Red Star Magazine)

1932 – May; September; October;

1933; February(Charles W Tyler; William Edward Hayes; FA/G=$12);

Railroad Stories 1933; February(Charles W Tyler; William Edward Hayes; FA, Front cover is missing = $4);

Railroad Stories 1933; March (G/VG, but Covers are missing, starts on page 5; pages 141-144 missing, As Is = $2);

1933 - April;June (coverless); July; August; September; October; November; December;December (coverless)

1934 - February; February (No front cover); March; March (No Front Cover);

April (No Front Cover); May (coverless) ; June; July; July (No front cover); August; August (coverless); September; November; December (coverless);

1935 – January;February ; April(Longhorn Lannigan cover & story by Ed Samples; ** Also with; Dave A Martin, James W Earp, Neill James, Highball John Burns, Bozo Texino, E.S. Dellinger, Griff Crawford; overall VG, but 1" piece missing off lower right cover corner thus G/VG = $14.00); June; July; August;October; December;

1936 – January; February(coverless); March; April (No Back Cover) ; May; June; November;

1937 – January; February (P116-2; Good; $12);



RANCH ROMANCES (Warner Pub.)

1933 – September (Volume L #2); December 8 (Volume LI #3);

1934 – February 9 (Volume LII #3); February 23 (Volume LII #4); March 9 (Volume LIII #1);

April 24 (Volume LIII #4), June;

1935 – June, December;

1937 – March;

1940 – March 1st (back cover missing), March 29 (coverless);

1941 – June (#P271; Good; $9); October;

1944 – January;

1946 – February 22;

1947 – April 3, October 3; October 17; November (#P279; Good, small piece of backcover; $8);

1948 – February (#P281; Good; $12); March, (Canadian Edition; Smokey Roard by Frank Gruber cover/story; G/VG $15); June, October 15, October, November;

1949 – January 1st, February 18; November;

1953 – January (#P287-2; Fine; $20); January 2nd issue (#P288; Good; $10);August 28 (#P961; Very Good; $14);

1954 - February;

1955 – January 28 (#P963; Very Good; $16 );March 11 (P966; Good/Very Good; $12); December 1 (#P1102; Good; $10);

1957 –May 17, July 12, September 3;

1958 – January 10 (#P968;Good/Very Good; $9); January 17 (#P969; Good/ Very Good; $12);

1960 – May (front cover missing);

1964 – November;


RANGELAND LOVE STORIES (Clayton Pub.)

1937 – February;


RANGELAND ROMANCES (Popular Pub.)

1937 – July, August; October;

1941 – January;

1943 - November;

1947 – July (Volume 38 #2);

1948 – January; October;

1949 – January; May (Volume 43 #4); September;


RANGE RIDERS WESTERN

1944 – Summer;

1945 – December;

1946 – April,

1949 – March (#P553; Good; $12);July (Steve Reese in Riders of No-Law Range); September(No Front cover); November;

1950 – May(Canadian Ed; Steve Reese in Ute Basin Raiders; G+ $12); August;

1952 - December;



THE REALIST

1929 – December (Volume 2 #3);


REAL SPORTS (Interstate Pub.)

1948 – January; June, August;


REAL WESTERN (Winford Pub.)

1936 – December (Volume 3 #2);

1937 – August (Volume 4 #2); October (Volume 4 #3);

1938 – March (Volume 5 #1);

1942 – June,

1943 - September(P1425-1; FAIR/GOOD; Piece of back cover off; $10);

1944 - August (P1424-1; GVG; $15);

1947 – September;

1948 – August (#P558; Good; $9); August (P558-2; Near Fine; $20);

1949 – October;

1950 – February, October;

1952 – April;

1953 – April;

1954 – February;

1955 – December;

1956 – October; December;

1958 – February, December (1/3 front cover missing);


REAL WESTERN (Superior Pub.; Toronto, Ontario)

1944 – August (Volume 4 #8; G/VG $15);

1955 – October;

1956 – October;


REAL WESTERN ROMANCES

1953 – April;


RED REAL WESTERN (Periodical House Pub.)

1936 – June;


THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS (The Review of Reviews Co. Pub);

1896 – July;


THE RIO KID WESTERN

1946 – December;

1947 – February; April,June; August (P563-2; VG $17);

1948 – April,

1949 – June;

1951 – May; July;

1952; March (USA Edition; Smugglers’ Moon; VG $18); August (USA Edition; VG+ $20); November (USA Edition; VG $18); November;

1953 – March;


RODEO ROMANCES (Best Pub.)

1947 – August;



ROMANCE

1944 - September;

1945 – February (Volume 11 #3); March (Volume 11, #4);

1947 – October;

1950 – February (Volume 26 #3);


ROMANTIC WEST ANNUAL (Thrilling Pub.)

1953 edition;


SCIENCE FICTION QUARTERLY (Double Action Magazines)

1940 – Summer(#1);


SCIENCE FICTION QUARTERLY

1951 – May (Volume 1 #1); August (Volume 1 #2); November (Volume 1 #3);

1952 – February; May; August; November;

1953 – February; May; August; November;

1954 – February; May; November;

1955 – February; May; August; November;

1956 – February; August; November;

1957 – November;

1958 – February;


SCIENCE WONDER STORIES

1930 – January (Volume-1 #8; NO Back Cover, FAIR = $33);

1930 - March (Volume-1 #10; Overall VG, but with Blue Cloth TAPE down spine, thus Good = $49);


SCRIBNER'S MONTHLY (Scribner and Co.)

1877– January, February, March, April, May, June, July, September, October, November, December;

1880 – June, September;

1881 – September;

1888 – March, April, May;

1891 – March, September, October, November;

1892 – January, February,

1893 – September;

1894 – February, March, April, May, June, July, August, October, December,

1895 – January, March, August, November;

1896 – March;

1908 – January, March;

1915 – January;

1917 – May;

1922 – May, October, November;

1923 - June;


77 SUNSET STRIP (Great American Pub.)

1960 – July (Volume 1 #1);


THE SHADOW

1939 – March 1;

1940 – August (#P1093; Fair/Good; $39);

1942 – (August 15);


SHORT STORIES -

1936 – November 10;

1937 - March 25; April 25;

1942 - January;


SKY FIGHTERS (Thrilling Pub.)

1940 – May (Volume XXIII, #1);

1944 – May (Volume 39 #1);

1946 -- January 1946 the BANSHEE MURDERS (Volume-50 #5) Also with; Norman A. Daniels, Franklin Gregory, Tom Marvin, Gene Heide; G/VG = $39.00;


SKY RAIDERS (Columbia Pub.)

1943 – April (Volume 1 #3);


SMASHING DETECTIVE STORIES (Columbia Pub.)

1953 – March;


SMASHING WESTERN (Chesterfield Pub.)

1937 – September (Volume 2 #1);


THE SMART SET (Essess Pub. Co.);

1901 – Mar; April; June; August; October; November; December;

1902 – January; February; March; April; May; June;

1904 – July; August; September; October;


SPACE STORIES

1952 – October (Volume 1 #1); December (Volume 1 #2);

1953 – February (Volume 1 #3); April (Volume 2 #1); June (Volume 2 #2);


SPEED WESTERN STORIES (Trojan Pub.)

1943 – April;

1944 – April;

1946 – May (P1009-2; No Back Cover; Good Very Good; $12);

1948 – January (Front cover missing);


SPORTS ACTION (Stadium Pub.)

1948 – March;


SPORTS FICTION (Columbia Pub.);

1949 – September; November;


SPORTS LEADERS MAGAZINE (Staium Pub.);

1948 – (Volume 1 #2; BASEBALL cover & 3 Baseball Stories; also;  Auto Racing, Track, Golf & Football; VG = $22.00);



SPORTS NOVELS MAGAZINE (Popular Pub.)

1947 – June; August;

1949 - May;



SPORTS WINNERS (Columbia Pub.)

1954 – April;



STAR WESTERN (Popular Pub.)

1935 – September;

1941 – November;

1942 – September;

1943 – January (Volume 1 #6); January; July, September (Volume 3 #4); October (Volume 4 #1); November, November (Volume 4 #1);

December (Volume 4 #3);

1944 – January, July;

1945 – May (1/3 front cover missing), August, September, October;

1946 – January, April;

1947 – February; November,

1948 – January, February (front cover missing), March (front cover missing), April (front cover Missing);

1951 – August, October;

1953 – June;



STARTLING STORIES

1939 – January;

Startling Stories (PULP magazine) July 1940 (Painted cover by Earle K. Bergey; Five Steps to Tomorrow by Eando Binder; Jack Binder; City of the Ling Dead by Laurence Manning & Fletcher Pratt; Oscar J. Friend; Mort Weisinger;  Store Stamp on Cover, Overall G/VG, but 1 inch Piece missing off right edge of cover & 1 inch Piece off upper left back cover, thus Good = $18.00);

1942 – January; March; June; Fall;

1943 – January; Startling Stories (PULP magazine) March 1943(Painted cover by Earle K. Bergey; Speak of the Devil by Norman A. Daniels cover & story; Frank Belknap Long, William Morrison, S. C. Carpenter, Oscar J. Friend, Sergeant Saturn; Dust Shadow at Top & Bottom of Cover, Piece Missing off Lower Left Cover Corner, FA/G, Reading Copy = $22.00);


1943 - March (Painted cover by Earle K. Bergey; Speak of the Devil by Norman A. Daniels cover & story; Frank Belknap Long, William Morrison, S. C. Carpenter, Oscar J. Friend, Sergeant Saturn; FA/G, Reading Copy = $22.00);

Startling Stories (PULP magazine) Fall 1944 (GGA / Good Girl Art Painted Cover by Earle K. Bergey; Shadow Over Mars by Leigh Brackett, Carl Jacobi, Day of the Beast by D. D. Sharp, Verne Chute, Charles Stoddard, Oscar J. Friend, Sargeant Saturn; Overall G/VG, but 2” Tape Stain at Top of Spine, Cover Edges Trimmed Off, thus Good = $14.00);

1945 – Spring; Fall;

Startling Stories (PULP magazine) Fall 1945 (GGA / Good Girl Art Painted Cover by Earle K. Bergey; Aftermath by John Russell Fearn; Murray Leinster; Superman of Dr. Jukes by Francis Flagg; Edmond Hamilton; Overall G/VG, but Cover Edges Trimmed Off, thus Good = $14.00);

1946 – Spring; Fall;

1947 – January; March; May; July; September; November;

1948 – January; March; May; July; September;

1949 – January; May; July; September;

1950 – January; March, May; July; September; November;

1951 – January; March; July; September; November;

1952 – January; February; March; April; May; June; July; August; September; October; November; December;

1953 – January; February; March; May; June; August; October, Fall;

1954 – January, Spring; Summer, Fall;

1955 – (Combined with thrilling Wonder and Fantastic Story) – Spring; Summer; Fall; Winter;


STAR WESTERN

1934 – September; October, November, December;

1952 - February;


STREET & SMITH'S LOVE STORY MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATED (Street & Smith)

1931 – October 17 (Volume LXXXIV, #6);

1932 – October 8 (Volume XCIII, #3, Modest Stein cover); October 15 (Volume XCIII, #4); October 22 (Volume XCIII, #5; front cover missing);

1935 – July 20;

1936 – March 21; June 20; June 27; July 4; July 25; August 1 (Volume CXXVI #4; Modest Stein cover); November 28;

1940 – March 16 (Volume CLVIII, #1; Modest Stein cover); March 23 (Volume CLVIII, #2, Modest Stein cover); December 21 (Volume CLXIC, #5; Clark Work cover);

1941 – December 6 (Volume CLXXIII, #1; Modest Stein cover);

1943 – February 6 (Volume CLXXXIII, #2; cover by Photomasters);


STREET & SMITH'S SPORT STORY MAGAZINE (Street & Smith)

1926 – November 8;

1927 – March 27; November 22; December 22;

1928 – February 8; February 22; April 22; May 8; August 22; September 22; November 8; 1st December Issue); November 22 (2nd December Issue); December 8 (1st January Issue);

1929 – January 8; August 22 ; October 22;

1930 – ;July; July; September;

1931 – February 2nd (Basketball cover; V30 #4; G = $18.00). February 2nd issue;

June 10, August 25th (V32 #4; Wrestling cover; FA/G = $15).


1932 –May 25,

1933 – January 10;


1936 – July 1st (V52 #1; Tennis Cover; Signed = Earle K. Bergey cover art; G/VG = $22.00). November 2nd (V53 #4; Notre Dame Football cover; G/VG = $18); December 1st (V53 #5; Army Football cover; First December number; Signed = Earle K. Bergey cover art; G/VG = $18)


1937 – FEBRUARY 1st (HW Scott cover) (G/VG = $20); March; April; September;

1938 – February;

1939 – June 1 (Volume LXIII #5);



SUPER SCIENCE STORIES (Fictioneers Inc / Popular Pub);

1940 – March (Volume 1 #1); November (Volume 2 #1);

1942 –November;

1943 – February;

1945 – October;

1949 – January; April; July; September; November;

1950 – March; May; July; September; November;

1951 – April, June, August;


SUPER SPORTS (Columbia Pub.)

1948 – April;

1951 – December (Volume 9 #2);

1952 – December (Volume 9 #6);

1953 – March; June (Volume 10 #2); September (Volume 10 #3);



SWEETHEART STORIES (Dell Magazine)

1941 – December (#308);

1942 – February (#310);

1943 – March (#323);



10 STORY BOOK (Chicago, Illinois)

1927 – March (Volume 25 #3);


10-STORY DETECTIVE (Periodical Pub.)

1949 – June (P925; Near VG; $27); September; P935; VG; $25);


10 STORY FANTASY

1951 – Spring;


TEN-STORY LOVE MAGAZINE (Ace Magazine)

1941 – March (Volume 10 #1);

1945 – August (Volume 18 #3);


TEN STORY SPORTS (Columbia Pub.)

1953 – October (Volume 7 #1);

1954 – July (Volume 7 #4);


10 STORY WESTERN MAGAZINE (Popular Pub.)

1939 – February (#P570; Fair/Good; $10);

1941 – December;

1942 - August(P1276;FA/G $12);

1943 – February, October; November;

1944 – April, November(P1278;VG $15);December;

1945 – April (#P1012; Good; $12); August; October (front cover missing),December;

1946 – June; November;

1947 – October(Vol. XXXIV #3),

1948 – January (Front cover missing), March, May;

1951 – April;

1953 – February; October;


TEXAS RANGERS

>>> ALL issues listed have a JIM HATFIELD Texas Ranger Story by Jackson Cole,

1942 January(Canadian Edition; JIM HATFIELD Texas Ranger Story "Outlaw Valley" by Jackson Cole; Front Cover Missing, o/w VG $7);

1943 March(Canadian Edition; JIM HATFIELD Texas Ranger Story "Black Hat Riders" by Jackson Cole; G $15);

1943 September(Canadian Edition; JIM HATFIELD Texas Ranger Story "Red Harvest on the Rio" by Jackson Cole; G $15);

1944 March(Canadian Edition; JIM HATFIELD Texas Ranger Story "Riders of Embrujada Valley" by Jackson Cole; G/VG $18);

1945 February(Canadian Edition; JIM HATFIELD Texas Ranger Story "Guns of the Haunted Hills" by Jackson Cole; FA/G $12),

1945 October (#P970; JIM HATFIELD Texas Ranger Story = Hatfield in Devil's Legion; Good; $14);

1947 September(USA Ed; JIM HATFIELD Texas Ranger Story = Law on the Winter Range; G/VG $17);

1947 October(USA Ed; JIM HATFIELD Texas Ranger Story = Kiowa Killer; G $15);

1947; December(USA Ed; JIM HATFIELD Texas Ranger Story = Starlight Riders; G/VG $18);

1948; August(Canada; JIM HATFIELD Texas Ranger Story = King of the Brazos; P586-3; G/VG $15);

1948 – December(P590-2);

1949; March (USA: JIM HATFIELD Texas Ranger Story = Ghost in Golden Armor; P593-2; Very Good, sticker on cover thus Good+; $15);

1949 - December;

1950 January(Canadian Edition; Hatfield in Lobo Legion); February(Canadian Edition; Hatfield in Bells of Doom);

1950 October, November(Canadian Edition; Hatfield in Land of Violent Men; Canadian Edition; Hatfield in Land of Violent Men; G/VG $16);

1951 June(# P606-2; LOUIS L'AMOUR; G $27); July;(USA Ed); October( P1014-2; VG $18);

October (#P1014; Very Good/Fine; $20);

1951 November(USA Ed);

1952 January(USA Ed); May(USA Ed); August(USA Ed);

1952 -- November(USA Ed); December (#P1015; Very Good/ Fine; $20);

1953 January(USA Ed; G/VG $16); February (#P974-3; G/VG; $15);

1953 April(USA Ed); May(P351-2; G $12); May (P351-3; Good; $12); November;

1954; February; October (USA Ed; The Deepest Grave; G/VG, but 10% BACK cover off = FA/G $10);

1956 – June (#P1016; VG $15);



THRILLING ADVENTURES (Standard Magazine);

1937 – April (back cover missing),

1939 – March (Volume XXIX #1);



THRILLING DETECTIVE

1947 – April (#P921; Very Good; $29);

1949 – April, August, October;

1950 – February;


THRILLING FOOTBALL STORIES (Better Pub.)

1939 Fall (Volume-1 #1; UN-Signed Cover, probably Bergey; overall G, but 1/2" to 1" x 2" piece off bottom right cover corner, thus FA/G, cover image is OK = $15);


THRILLING LOVE (Standard Magazine)

1946 – August;

1947 – December;

1948 – December;

1950 – February;

1955 – Winter;


THRILLING MYSTERY NOVEL

1946 – January (#P922; Good/ Very Good; $25);

1947 – January,


THRILLING RANCH STORIES (Rugby House);

1935 – March (Volume 4 #3);

1947 - May; July;

1949 – May (#P621; Very Good; $12);

1952 – Winter (#P1107; Good; $9);


THRILLING SPORTS (Better Pub.)

1946 – August;

1948 – JULY (UN-Signed Cover; G/VG = $15);

1949 – Fall (Earle Bergey signed cover; VG = $18); January;

1950 – Spring;

1951 – Summer (Volume 25 #4);


THRILLING WESTERN (American News Company)

1937 - October;

1941 – January (coverless), September (Volume XXVI #4); December (Volume XXVII #2; backcover missing);

1942 - October;

1943; November(Bradford Scott-c/s; Donald Bayne Hobart; Syl MacDowell; Gunnison Steele; Jackson Cole; G=$13);


1942 – January, February (Volume XXVII #3; Missing back cover);

1944 – February; August (Volume 31 #1); November;

1945 – May; July, 1945; July(Bradford Scott; Tom Curry; Steve Payne; FA/G=$10);


1946 – January, February, March; May (P364-2; Good Very Good; $14); July, December,

1947 – January (Very Good; $15); July, October; December;

1948 – April, June; September; October (P633-1; G/VG; $14); October (P633-2; G/VG; $14); , November (#P633; Good/ Very Good; $13); November; December;

1949 – February, March; May, August; November/December;

1950 – March (front cover missing), November;

1951 – March;

1952 – May; July;

1953 - January;



THRILLING WONDER STORIES

1939 – October;

1940 – October;

1941 – January; February; April; June; December;

1943 – August;

1944 – Winter;

1945 – Summer, 6-8/1945 (GGA / Good Girl Art cover by Bergey, depicts; Sexy Blonde Girl & Spaceman Embracing & floating in Space in cockpit of Spaceship; *** Stories Include; Things Pass by by Murray Leinster; the World-Thinker by Jack Vance; Percy the Pirate by Henry Kuttner; the Shadow Dwellers by Frank Belknap Long; the Purple Dusk by Leslie Northern; the Deconventionalizers by Edmond Hamilton; Canadian Edition; Overall near FINE condition, but with 1-1/2" of Magic Tape at Right edge of cover & 1-1/2" at same inner edge, Cover edges are Trimmed, thus call it VG minus = $39.00) Fall;

1946 – Summer; Fall; Fall (#P418; Very Good; $28); December;

1947 – February; April; June; August;December; December (#P421-1; Very Good/ Fine; $20);

1948 – April; August;

1949 – August; November/December;

1950 – February (P439-3; Very Good; No Front Cover; $8);February (P439-5; Very Good; No Front Cover; $8); February (P439-6; Very Good; No Front Cover; $8); February (P439-7; Very Good; No Front Cover; $8); February (P439-8; Very Good; No Front Cover; $8);February (P439-9; Very Good; No Front Cover; $8); February (P439-10; Very Good; No Front Cover; $8); February (P439-11; Very Good; No Front Cover; $8); February (P439-12; Very Good; No Front Cover; $8);April; June,

1951 – April, Summer; Winter;

1952 – February; April; August;

1953 – February; April; August; November;

1954 – Summer;

1955 – Winter;


TODAY'S LOVE STORIES (Columbia Pub.)

1953 – April (Volume 16 #6);

1956 – April, October (Volume 20 #3);


TOP-NOTCH MAGAZINE

1932 - February 15;


TOPS IN SCIENCE FICTION

1953 – Spring (Volume 1 #1; Leigh Brackett-c/s; Ray Bradbury, Ross Rocklynne, Isaac Asimov; overall VG/FN, but 2" Tear at top middle cover, with magic tape repair inside to tear, thus VG minus = $29);



THE TRANSATLANTIC MAGAZINE (L.R. Hamersly & Co.)

1871 – January; September; October;

1907 - September;


TREASURY OF GREAT SCIENCE FICTION STORIES

1964 – (Volume 1 #2); (Volume 1 #2);


TRIPLE DETECTIVE (Best Pub.)

1948 – Fall;

1949 – Fall, Winter;



TRIPLE WESTERN (Best Pub.)

1947 – (Summer; P381; VG; $20);

1948 – October (Volume 3#3); October, December (#P615-4); December (Volume 4 #1; P615-2; Very Good; $17); December (Volume 4 #1; P615-3; VGFN; $20);

1949 – April, June; August (Volume 5 #2; P383-2; Very Good/ Fine; $18); December (Volume 6#1);

1950 – April; June (Volume 7 #1); August (Volume 7#2); August, December (Volume 8 #1);

1951 – February, December;

1952 – February,October;

1953 – October;

1954 – Summer; Fall;

1955 – Summer; Fall;

1956 – Spring, Summer (#P677; Very Good; $12), Summer;;

1957 – Spring (#P678; Good/ Very Good; $10), Winter;

1958 – Winter (#P674; Very Good; $10);


TRUE CRIME (Superior Magazine Pub.)

1944 – January (C098-1; Fine; $42);(January; C098-2; Good; $17);

1945 - August (C099-1; VG; $32);

1946 - June (C100-1; Fine; Top front cover missing; $16);


TWO COMPLETE DETECTIVE BOOKS

1943 – Spring;

1945 - March (#P1046; Good/ Very Good; $14);

1946 – January (P1018; VG; $17 );



TWO COMPLETE SCIENCE-ADVENTURE BOOKS

1950 – Winter (Volume 1 #1);

1951 – Spring (Volume 1 #2; coverless); Summer (Volume 1 #3);


TWO-GUN WESTERN (Western Fiction Pub.)

1937 – July/August (Volume 1 #6);

1948 – May;

1954 – May;

1956 – August;


TWO WESTERN BOOKS

1951 (Summer (#P1018; Good; $14);

1952 – Spring;


UNKNOWN (Street & Smith Pub; later becomes "Unknown Worlds"); >>> Average Weight for Postage = 190 Grams each;

1939; August (Volume-1 #6; USA; Graves Gladney cover; the GHOUL cover & Novel by L, RON HUBBARD; Two Sought Adventure by Fritz Leiber = 1st Published story by author; Wandrei, del Rey; Henry Kuttner; G = $45.00);

1939; October (Volume-2 #2; USA; Modest Stein cover; Stuart, Cormac, Munn, Sturgeon, St. John, Quick; VG minus $49);

1940; August (USA; Mathematics of Magic by de Camp & Pratt; IT by Sturgeon; Downie, Farnsworth, O'Hearn; G/VG $39);



UNKNOWN WORLDS (Larger "Bedsheet" Size; Street & Smith Pub; formerly "Unknown"); >>> Average Weight for Postage = 250 Grams each;

1941; October (USA; FIRST Bedsheet Size issue & NEW Title; Volume-5 #3; Borrowed Glory by L, RON HUBBARD; Land of Unreason by de Camp & Pratt; BLOCH, Kuttner, Cartmill, Bond, Ronan, Leiber, Hassan, Boucher, G = $44);

1942; February (USA; Volume-5 #5; He Didn't Like Cats by L, RON HUBBARD; Design for Dreaming by Henry Kuttner; Etaoin Shrdlu by Fredric BROWN; Shoes by Robert BLOCH; de Camp, Long, Leiber, Jameson; G = $29.00);

1942; April (USA; Volume-5 #6; the ROOM by L, RON HUBBARD; Compleat WEREWOLF by Anthony Boucher; Cartmill, Jane Rice, Bosworth; Good+ $25.00);

1942; June (USA; Volume-6 #1; L. Sprague De Camp, Bond, Long, Arthur, Boucher, Jane Rice, Jane, Jameson; Good+ $24);

1942; August (USA; Volume-6 #2; L. Sprague De Camp; the Ghost by A.E. Van Vogt; Bester, Sturgeon, Leiber; del Rey, Hawkins, Jameson, Long, Cartmill; Good+ $29);

1942; October (USA; Volume-6 #3; The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag By Robert A Heinlein Writing as John Riverside; Compliments of the Author by Henry Kuttner; The Frog By P Schuyler Miller; Magician's Dinner By Jane Rice; Letter to an Invisible Woman By Hannes Bok; are you Run Down Tired By Babette Rosmond Lake; The New One By Fredric Brown; The Lie By Richard Louis; The goddess' Legacy By Malcolm Jameson; and the Following Poems, And I, One Life Too Late By Ruth Stewart Schenley; The Darkest Path By Arte Harbison; Contemplation By Marvin Miller; Good minus $45);

1942; December (USA; Volume-6 #3; Hannes BOK, Jane Rice, Jameson, Hag Seleen by Sturgeon & Beard; MacGregor, Ransom, Arthur, Long; FA/G $29)



WAGON TRAIN (Great American Pub.)

1960 – July (Volume 1 #1);


WALT COBURN WESTERN MAGAZINE

1950 – February, May,July; November;


WEIRD TALES (Popular Fiction Pub.)

>>> 1945 & OLDER = Average Weight for Postage = 160 Grams each;

>>> 1946 UP = Average Weight for Postage = 120 Grams each;


1929; March (USA; smaller 6" x 9-1/4" Size; Hounds of Tindalos by Long; Derleth, Whitehead, Hamilton, Campbell, Quinn, Wandrei; VG/FN $250);

1932 – May (coverless);

1934; February (USA; Robert E Howard's Valley of the Worm; Smith, Hamilton, Price, Keller; Coverless, FA/G $33);

1934; July (USA; early Brundage-c; Through the Gates of the Silver Key by H.P. Lovecraft & Price; Derleth, Smith, Ernst; Missing the BACK cover; Missing the bottom 25% of Front cover; Rest of cover is "G"; Interior is VG; grades PR/FA, reading copy = $44);

1940 - May; Hannes Bok = Women & Vampire Bat cover; Virgil Finlay art; Mont Sudbury, Harry Ferman, etc. Stories by E. Hoffman Price, Gretchen Rudiger, Edmond Hamilton, Robert Bloch, Clark Ashton Smith, VG $45);

1943; January; July (USA; Ray Bradbury's short story "The Scythe." Also, Robert Bloch's great story "Your Truly---Jack The Ripper; Kline & Long, Bedford-Jones; Smith verse; Neatly Trimmed overlap edges, FN $59);

1943; July (USA Printing; Street of Faces by Frank Owen cover & Story; E. Franklin Wittmark WWII / World War Two Painted cover; Yours Truly – JACK the RIPPER by Robert Bloch; H. Bedford Jones; , Otis Adelbert Kline & Frank Bedford Long, RAY BRADBURY; Desert Dweller = Verse by Clark Ashton Smith; FN= $69.00);

1943; September (USA; Black Barter by Robert Bloch; Louella Goes Home by Seabury Quinn; Wings of Death by Ralph Milne Farley; Geezenstacks by Fredric Brown; Baynter's Imp by August Derleth; Cursed Awakening by Manly Banister; Herbert West Reanimator by H P Lovecraft; Death in a Gray Mist by Frank Owen; Night Must Not Come by Allison V harding; Seashell by Leah Bodine Drake; Neatly Trimmed overlap TOP edge, VG/FN $59);

1944; March (USA; Trail of the Cthulhu by Derleth; Quinn, Wellman, Coblentz, Bedford-Jones, Harding, RAY BRADBURY, Hannes Bok; FA/G $29);

1945; March (Canada; Hamilton, Harding, Quinn, Miller, Derleth, Wellman, Ray Bradbury the Poems, Lawlor;

Robert E Howard verse; Trimmed overlap edges, G/VG $29); ;

1945; May (Canada; Quinn, Bedford-Jones, King, Lawlor, Wellma, Kasson, Grendon, Ray Bradbury, Snow, Vreeland, Tilburne; Trimmed overlap edges, VG $33); ;

1945; July (Canada; Robert Bloch- The Man Who Cried Wolf; Bradbury-The Watchers; Hamilton, Derleth, Lawlor, McClusky, Wellman, King, Banks; Lovecraft verse; Trimmed overlap edges, VG $39);

1945; November (USA; Skeleton cover; Derleth, Robert Bloch, Jim Kjelgaard, Stanton A. Coblentz, Hamilton, G/VG $39);

1946 = May;

1947; January (USA; verse from Lovecraft, "The Familiars" and "The Pigeon-Flyers". Also, "The Handler" from Bradbury and "The House Beyond Midnight" by Harding. Beautiful interior illustrations by Matt Fox and Boris Dolgov. Classic cover art for "The Hog" by Tilburne; G/VG $29) ;

1947; May (Toronto, Ontario, Canada Printing;  Mr. George by Stephen Grendon (pseudonym for August Derleth) Haunted House cover & Story; Painted cover by Boris Dolgov; Robert Bloch, Seabury Quinn, Eric Frank Russell; LIZZIE BORDEN Took an Axe by Herbert Scanlon; VG/FN = $35.00);


1947; September; "The Vampire... curious Lore and evil Legend" Grendon, Bradbury, LeFanu;

1948; January (Canada); January (USA; Serpent Princess by Edmond Hamilton; the deadly Ratio by Theodore Sturgeon; Frightened Engineer by Allison V Harding; And Give Us Yesterday by Seabury Quinn; The Green Brothers Take Over by Maria Moravsky; night Train to Lost Valley by Stephen Grendon ( August Derleth ); Grandfather McGraw by Roger S Vreeland; The Lorenzo Watch by Carl Jacobi; Moon Marked by S Omar barker; Weirdisms by Lee Brown Coye; VG $39);

1948; March (Canada; 25th Anniversary issue; Cover art by Lee Brown Coye. This contains: The Might Have Been by Edmond Hamilton; The Coming of M Alkerhaus by Allison V. Harding; Ghost Hunt by H. Russell Wakefield; The Leonardo Rondache by Manly Wade Wellman; The La Prello Paper by Carl Jacobi; Something in Wood by August Derleth; The October Game by Ray Bradbury; Catnip by Robert Bloch; The Master of the Crabs by Clark Ashton Smith; The Professor's Teddy Bear by Theodore Sturgeon; The Merrow by Seabury Quinn; Roman Remains by Algernon Blackwood; and The House (verse) by H. P. Lovecraft. The Eyrie contains a letters from August Derleth and Seabury Quinn; VG $44);

1948; May (Canada; City of Lost People by Allison V Harding ; Nemesis by Harold Lawlor; Clay by C Hall Thompson; Saunders' Little Friend by August Derleth; Black Ferris by Ray Bradbury; Pamola's Caribou by Roger S Vreeland; Grotto of Cheer by Stanton A Coblentz; Death Crown for Mr Hapworthy by Mary Elizabeth Counselman; No Silence for Maloeween by Peter Phillips; One Foot in Grave by Davis Grubb = 1st published story?; Eldritch One by Pauline Booker; Demon Lover by Harriet A Bradfield; Weirdisma by lee Brown Coye , Trimmed overlap edges, VG $33; another copy available);July (Grendon, Sturgeon, Lawlor);

1948; November (Toronto, Ontario, Canada Printing; The Perfect Host by Theodore Sturgeon cover & story;  John Giunta Painted cover; Robert Bloch, Carl Jacobi, Seabury Quinn, Eric Frank Russell;  G/VG = $22.00;


1949; March (USA; cover by Matt Fox;. Robert Bloch, August Derleth, Theodore Sturgeon; VG+ $45); March; May;


1949; July (USA; Matt Fox cover; Come & Go Mad by Fredric Brown; The Masher by Ewen Whyte; From the Vasty Deep by H Russell Wakefield; Blue Spectacles by Stephen Grendon ( August Derleth ); How Strange My Love by Russell Branch; The Ubiquitous Professor Karr by Stanton A Coblentz; In the X-Ray by Fritz Leiber; The Previous Incarnation by Harold Lawlor; Floral Tribute by Robert Bloch; Dark o' the Moon by Seabury Quinn; Weight = 120 Grams); July;

1949; September; "One Foot and the Grave" by Theodore Sturgeon; Allison V. Harding, August Derleth;


1950; March, May (USA; Dolgov cover; Tell your Fortune by Robert BLOCH; Lawlor, Colbentz, Quinn, Temple, Counselman, St Clair, Walton, Grendon, Ferguson; VG $39); May, July ("Woe Water" by H. Russell Wakefield; "The Weird Tailor" Robert Bloch, "Shallajai" by Arthur J. Burks);;

1950; September - "Legal Rites" by Isaac Asimov & James MacCreagh);

1951; January (Canada; Charles A Kennedy cover; August Derleth, Margaret St. Clair, Frank Owen, David Eynon & feature novelet 'The Hand of Saint Ury' by Gordon MacCreagh; Trimmed overlap edges, VG $33)

1951; March (USA; Bill Wayne cover; A Black Solitude by H. Russell Wakefield; The Mississippi Saucer by Frank Belknap Long; Old Mr Wiley by Greye La Spina; Each Man Kills by Victoria Glad; The White Feather Hex by Don Peterson; Dearest by H. Beam Piper; The Invaders by Benjamin Ferris; Revenant (verse) by Leah Bodine Drake; Weirdities of Science by Hannes Bok; and Weirdisms by Lee Brown Coye. VG $29); March; March;

1951; July; July; July (USA; Charles A Kennedy cover; The Skull of Barnaby Shattuck by Merle Constiner; Flame Birds of Angala by E. Everett Evans; Chinook by Mary Elizabeth Counselman; A Knocking in the Wall by August Derleth; The Little Red Owl by Margaret St. Clair; Date in the City Room by Talbot Johns; The Priceless Polescu by David Eynon; Amok by Harold Lawlor; Three Men (verse) by Dorothy Quick; The Haunted Ghost (verse) by Clarence Edwin Flynn; and Weirdisms by Lee Brown Coye. VG $29);

1951; September; September; September (USA; Lee Brown Coye cover;. Gimlet Eye Gunn By H Bedford-Jones; Metamorphosis of Earth By Clark Ashton Smith; Rapport By Mary Elizabeth Counselman; Ring of Bastet By Seabury Quinn; Camel Vengeance By Garnett Radcliffe; Church in the Jungles By Arthur J Burks; A Square of Canvas By Anthony M Rud; Sleepers By Dorothy Quick; Weird Crossword By Charles A Kennedy; VG $29)


1952; January; March; May; May ("The Lamia in the Penthouse" by Thorp McClusky); July ("Hell's Bells" by Duncan H. Munro, "Which's Witch?" by Harold Lawlor); November (USA; Anthony Di Giannurio cover. Black as the Night by Alice Farnham; The Unicorn by Frank Owen; Astra by Arthur J. Burks; The Artist and the Door by Dorothy Quick; The Japanese Tea Set by Francis J. O'Neil; Fermentation by Curtis W. Casewit; Weird Crossword (unmarked) by Charles A. Kennedy; Chapel of Mystic Horror by Seabury Quinn; The Chain by Hamilton Cragie; and The Mermaid (verse) by Leah Bodine Drake; VG $29); November;

1953; January; January; (Novelette of a hesitant witch by Everil Worrell); March (USA; Virgil Finlay cover; Slime by Joseph Payne Brennan; Don Quixote on Market Street (verse) by Clark Ashton Smith; The Talkie Dolls by Donald F. Vieweg; Caveat Emptor by L. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt; Night Court by Mary Elizabeth Counselman; In Camera by John Ward; The Raft by Kirk Shaw; Mrs Penleath's Stratagem by T. W. Speight; The Dream Merchant by Harold Lawlor; Who Are We (verse) by Frances Rogers Lovell; The Supreme Witch by Appleby Terrill; VG+ $35);

1953; May; May (USA; Joseph Eberle cover; Whisper Water by Leah Bodine Drake; The Living Eyes by Justin Dowling; I'll Be Back by David Eynon; Strange Harvest by Donald Wandrei; Morthylla by Clark Ashton Smith; A Corner for Lucia by August Derleth; A Fog Was Blowing (verse) by Stanton A. Coblentz; Between Two Dreams by Felix Marti Ibanez; The Vengeance of Kali Mai by Garnett Radcliffe; Requiem for a Sinner (verse) by Pauline Booker; Mandrake by Adam Hull Shirk; and Wife of the Dragon Fly by Paul Ernst; VG $29);

1973 – Summer; Fall'

1974 – Summer;

1988 - Fall;



WEST (Better Pub.)

1926 – July 5;

1927 – June 20, October 1;

1928 – February 4, February 11, February 25,March 10, April 21, May 19, June 23, July 21, July 28, August 4, August 11,August 25, September 1, September 8, September 29, October 13, October 27, November 28;

1929 – January 23, May 1, June 12, July 24, August 21, October 2;

1930 – April 30,

1931 – April 15;

1932 – May 11(FAIR+, No Back Cover = $14);

1933 - December;

1934 – March 5;

1935 – September(VG+ $30);

1936 - May;

1938 – May (Volume 44 #1);

1939 – March; May;

1940 – February, March (V47 #3; G/VG = $18.00).


1941 –January (V49 #2. Johnston McCulley & W.L. Hopson stories; G/VG = $18.00).; March (UN-Signed Cowboy Cover by Earle Bergey; appears VG, but 50% Paper Loss to spine, thus G = $14); September,

1942 - January

1943 – August (Volume 53 #2), September;

1946 – December(Volume 63 #2), December;

1947 – December (P757-2;GD/FR; $27);

1949; - January (VG/FN $25); July; September (P648-2; VG/FN; $79);

1950 – July;

1951 – September, November;

1952 – November;

1953 – May;


WESTERN ACES (Periodical House, Inc.)

1935 – April;

1938 - October;

1945 – March, May (front cover missing), November (1/3 front cover missing);

1946 – January (front cover missing), August, December (front cover missing);

1947 – November;


WESTERN ACE HIGH STORIES

1954 – September;


WESTERN ACTION

1945 – December;

1946 - August;

1947 – April (#P654; Good; $10), August, December (¾ front cover missing);

1948 – February, May, July, November;

1949 – May, November;

1952 – February (#P929; Good; $12);

1953 – April;

1954 – December;

1955 – August;

1956 - March;

1957 – January, May;


WESTERN ACTION 2 BOOKS (Fiction Pub.);

1951/52 – Spring;


WESTERN NOVEL AND SHORT STORIES

1946 – November (1/3 front cover missing);

1947 – October;

1948 – March, August,December;

1949 – April;

1950 – January (1/3 front cover missing), March 1/3 front cover missing), May (1/3 front cover missing);

1954 – March (#P405; Fair/Good; $9);


WESTERN RANGERS STORIES ( Popular Pub. Inc.) - 1954 April (Volume 1 #4);


WESTERN ROMANCES (Columbia Pub.)

1958 – September;


WESTERN SHORT STORIES (Interstate Pub. Corp.)

1938 – March;

1948 – March;

1952 – December;


WESTERN STORY (Street and Smith's British Ed.)

1934 – May 19, June 2 (front cover missing), July 28, October13; December 22;

1935 – January 26, February 9, August 10; October (P318 ; Good; $12);

1936 – March 7, August 15, August 22, September 26, November 7, November 14, November 28, December 5;

1937 – January 2, August 14; October 16; October 30; December 4;

1938 – February 5, October 22 December 10;

1939 – March 25, June 3, July 22,December 23, December 30;

1940 – February 3, June 22, August 24, September 21 (Volume 185 #4); October 4;

1941 – January 11 (Volume 188 #2); August 16, September 15 (Volume 1 #8), October 15 (Volume 1 #10);

1942 – August 15 (Volume 2 #6), September 5, October 1 (Volume 2 #9);

1943 – May 1 (Volume 3 #9); June 15 (Volume 13 #12);July 15 (Volume 3 #14); October 1 (Volume 3 #19);

1944 – August 1 (Volume 4 #15) ; September 15 (Volume 4 #17), October 15 (Volume 4 #20);

1948 – March;

1950 –September (#P724; Very Good; $14);

1951 – May (#P727; Good; $9);


WESTERN TRAILS

1940 – January;

1942 – January;

1944 – March,August, October; December;

1945 – February; April,June;

1948 – February (1/3 front cover missing), October (front cover missing);


WILD WEST STORIES AND COMPLETE NOVEL MAGAZINE (Novel Magazine Corp.);

1928 – July;


THE WIDE WORLD (George Newnes, Limited; UK British);

1925 - December;

1929 – February 20 (#P1081; Good/ Very Good; $24);

1931 – July (Volume LXVII #400);

1937 – March; July ; November;

1938 – April;

1952 – February; October;

1953 - March;


WILD WEST WEEKLY (Street & Smith Pub.)

1914 – November 20 (#P1022; Good; $20);

1928 – March 10, April 28, August 25, September 1;

1937 – August 14;

1939 - January 21; April 15; August 12; October 28; November ( 4, 18, 25);

1940 - March 16; April (20,27); May 18; June (8,22); July(6,13), August (3,31), September 7; October (5,19), November (2, 23); December 14);


WILSHIRE'S MAGAZINE (United States Pub. Co.)

1902 – May, August;


WONDER STORIES

1930 – September (Volume-2 #4; Overall Good, but with Back Cover missing = $39);



WONDER STORY ANNUAL

1950 – Volume 1 #1);

1951 – Volume 1 #2;

1952 – Volume 1 #3;

1953 – Volume 1 #4;


THE WORLD'S LIBRARY OF BEST BOOKS (George Newnes, London England)

Part 18 – Scene from Lorne Doone;


WORLD'S WORK (Doubleday, Page and Co. Pub.);

1927 – July;

1928 – April; May;


YOUR PROPHECY FOR 1951 (Better Pub.)

1950;


ZANE GREY'S WESTERN MAGAZINE (Dell Pub.)

1947 – August (Volume 1 #6);

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Doug Sulipa's COMIC WORLD
BOX 21986
STEINBACH, MANITOBA
CANADA R5G 1B5

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Email; dsulipa@gmail.com

Land Line Phone; 1-204-346-3674

TEXT us at;  1-204-392-6686

Website; www.dougcomicworld.com

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ALL Prices in USA Funds, Unless otherwise Noted;

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I am Douglas W. Sulipa, an OVERSTREET Comic Book Price Guide SENIOR ADVISOR for 44 years {since Guide #2 way back in 1972); >> Read my Annual OVERSTREET MARKET REPORTS;  (Overstreet #45 = AD on pages 228; ** See my 10 Page Market Report on Pages 171-180);  (Overstreet #44 = AD on pages 228 & 1092; ** See my 11 Page Market Report on Pages 163-174);  (Overstreet #43,  Market Report on pages 138-142,  AD on page 194); (Overstreet #42 AD on page 188 & 250); (Overstreet #41,  AD on page 184 & 236);  I am an original member on the Board of Advisors to CBCA {Comic Book Collecting Association} Comic Pros with the common-sense Code of Ethics, in the Comics Community.

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We have IN STOCK; [ 1,300,000 COMICS, 1950's thru 2010, & some Older, with 95% of everything ALL Publishers & titles from 1960-2010 ] [250,000 MAGAZINES, ALL types] [250,000 Mass Market PAPERBACKS, ALL types, 1940-1990's] [60,000 Hardcover Books, ALL subjects, from 1900-1990's] [100,000 x 33-1/3 RPM Vinyl LP Records] [40,000 x 45 RPM Vinyl 7 Single Records] [8,000 Music Cassette Tapes] [15,000 VHS Movies] [15,000 POSTERS; MOVIE One Sheets (1950's-1990's), VIDEO Store (1980s-1990's) & 10,000 Chain store types (1970's-early 1990's)] [VIDEO GAMES; Atari, Coleco, Intellivision, Nintendo, Super-Nintendo, Sega, Genesis, etc] [Digests = Most Comic types, plus a selection of SF, Mystery & many Misc types] & MORE! >> 600,000 Pounds of inventory jam packed into an 8000 Square Foot Warehouse! So much material, we will NEVER get it all catalogued! BUT you can view our HUGE inventory lists at our website = www.dougcomicworld.com

SEND YOUR WANT LISTS [Please Limit to SERIOUS WANTS & Limit the number of items, to 30 or Less MOST WANTED items; Filling Want Lists is Time Consuming, We reply ASAP;

ORDER Multiple Items ALL from one seller; (1) SAVE on POSTAGE; (2) SAVE TIME locating the items; (3) GET them from a RELIABLE source; (4) Receive Items PROPERLY GRADED by Condition; (5) Satisfaction Always Guaranteed;

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Please allow 7-10 DAYS for your Snail Mail LETTERS to arrive since you are sending to Canada. (MOST arrive in 7 days average); We ship Mail orders within 24 hours of Payment

(except weekends), but usually SAME DAY. [Unlike many eBay sellers & our competitors, who can take as long as 2-4 weeks to ship]; >>> [ FED-EX, UPS & other COURIER PARCELS are expensive from Canada = US$100.00 Minimum and UP Required; IF you have a FED-EX or UPS account, we can have charged billed to that account, if you provide the account number. Please triple check the account number]; >> I am a STRICT and accurate CONDITION grader; I do NOT Over-Grade or Under-Grade. I just try to grade as ACCURATELY as the current Professional Dealer market dictates. Unfortunately most sellers DO NOT know how to grade accurately especially when dealing with comic books (which has been my main specialty since 1971). >> I also pack all shipments VERY WELL , to avoid damage in transit;  SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED; RETURN anything you are NOT happy with; Superb Service for OVER 45 years; For the last 20 Years, our average RETURN RATE is Lower than One-Quarter of ONE PERCENT (most of those were CUSTOMER Errors);  

Returned items Must be Postmarked BACK in the Mail within 7 days of the day you received the parcel. Wrap well & clearly, in large letters, on outside of parcel, put Returning Goods to Sender = This is REQUIRED, to avoid Customs Hassles & Long Delays; (The ONLY exception for Returns, is CGC professionally graded comics, these are NOT returnable, as with CGC you know in advance, what you will be getting);  WE HAVE an eBay 99.99% SATISFACTION RATE, with over 5000 Positive Feedbacks on eBay;

MAIL ORDER since 1971, with OVER 30,000 DIFFERENT Satisfied Customers, with over 300,000 completed Orders; THANK YOU! ..... Douglas W. Sulipa

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