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November 2019 Catalogue

Golden Age. Our US section starts here continuing our pulps collection:
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109 Weird Tales (Jul 1938-March 1939) Vol. 32: Nos 1-6, Vol. 33: Nos 1-3
In three bound volumes
Margaret Brundage and Virgil Finlay covers and interior art
H.P. Lovecraft and Edmond Hamilton stories
Bright fresh covers, light tan supple pages. The back covers removed in binding process (9)
No Reserve
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110 Weird Tales (1941-43) Vol. 36: No 1, 5-12
Ray Bradbury, H.P. Lovecraft stories
Bright covers, faded spines [vg/fn] (9)
£150-200 See illustration
111 Amazing Stories (1943 Ziff-Davis) Vol. 17: 1-10 including Skeleton Men of Jupiter by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Bright, fresh covers with overhang wear, cream/light tan supple pages [fn-/fn] (10)
£60-80 See illustration
112 Dare-Devil Aces: Vol. 26: No 1 (1940), Vol. 24: No 2 (1941), Vol. 33: No 3 (1946)
With Sky Fighters Vol. 23: No 2 (1940), Dynamic Science Fiction (1952) Vol. 1: Nos 16 last issue, Space Stories Vol. 1: No 1 (1952) and Startling Stories(1940-50) Vol. 3: No 1, Vol. 12: No 1, Vol. 14: No 2, Vol. 20: No 3, Vol. 21: No 2, 3, Vol. 22: No 3. Captain Future first appearance in Startling Stories and 3 further episodes
Erle Bergey, Alex Schomburg covers
[gd/vg] (18)
No Reserve
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113 Planet Stories (1953-55 Fiction House) Vol. 6: Nos 1-11 last issue
With Space Stories (1952-53) Vol. 1: No 2, 3, Vol 2: No 2 last issue
Ray Bradbury's Golden Apples of the Sun, Sound of Thunder and two Philip K Dick stories, Kelly Freas cover art
Vol 6: No 3 [gd], balance [vg/fn-] (15)
£100-150 See illustration
114 Science Fiction Quarterly (1940-42 Double Action) Vol. 1: Nos 1-9, Second Series (1951-53) Vol. 1: Nos 1-6, Vol. 2: Nos 1-3 consecutive run
8 issues with trimmed edges [vg-/vg] (18)
No Reserve
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115 All-Flash 10 (1943)
Bright covers, cream pages, light comic store stamp to lower cover margin. Tiny glue spot to lower spine [vg-fn]
No Reserve
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116 All-American Comics 71 (1946)
Clear-taped spine and margin tears (showing some loss), centre page staple tape [gd]
No Reserve
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117 Batman 34 (1946)
CGC 7.0
Off-white/white pages
No Reserve
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118 Batman 51 (1949)
CGC 7.5
Off-white pages
No Reserve
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119 Captain Marvel Adventures 14 (1942)
Cream/light tan pages [vg-fn]
With Flying Captain Marvel ready-to-assemble card figure in original envelope [vfn]
(2)
No Reserve
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120 Captain Marvel Adventures (1945-47) 45, 55, 64, 70, 74
[vg-/vg+] (5)
No Reserve
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121 Marvel Family (1947-48) 14, 19, 30
With Master Comics 122
All [vg] (4)
No Reserve
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122 Mary Marvel 3 (1946) [vg+]
With Captain Marvel Jr Ski Jump ready to assemble figure in original envelope
[fn-] (2)
No Reserve
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123 Captain Marvel/Marvel Family low grade mix + (1948-52)
Captain Marvel 96, 124, Marvel Family 22 [vg-], 47, 50, Master Comics 127, Nyoka 17, 14 (no back cover) [fr/gd] (8)
No Reserve
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124 Flash Comics 43 (1943)
CGC 8.0
Off-white pages
No Reserve
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125 Funnies 25 (1938)
Starring Four Aces by Hal Forrest and Crime Busters by Al McWilliams
Cover almost detached, spine tape residue, back cover top margin corner piece missing (½ inch) [gd]
No Reserve
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126 Lone Ranger (1948-49 Dell) 1-10
#10: Tracing outlines to cover [gd-], 3, 5, 7 [gd/gd+], 2, 4, 6, 8 [vg],1, 9 [vg+/fn-] (10)
£200-250 See illustration
127 More Fun Comics 100 (1944)
Lower cover narrow edge piece missing, small tape to inside cover tears, spine and centre page staples [gd+]
No Reserve
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128 More Fun Comics 106 (1945)
Superboy cover
One inch lower front cover tear and back cover tear, medium spine wear [vg}
No Reserve
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129 Sensation Comics 48 (1945)
Bright cover colours with sealed, touched in 2 ins tear to lower cover margin [vg-fn]
No Reserve
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130 Sensation Comics 54 (1946)
Bright, fresh cover colours with staple rust migration showing through back cover [fn]
No Reserve
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131 Crime SuspenStories (1951-58 EC) 2, 15, 17, 27
2 [gd-vg], 15 [gd], 17 detached cover [gd], 27 extensive black colour touch to cover with interior edge tape [apparent vg] (4)
No Reserve
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132 Haunt of Fear (1951-53 EC) 10 [vg], 11 [gd], 22 [vg]
(3)
No Reserve
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133 Lois Lane 2 (1958)
CGC 5.0
Light tan/off-white pages
No Reserve
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134 Panic (1954) 1, 5
1: Worn b/cover by spine, piece missing [gd], 5: top spine tape, added centre staple [vg+] (2)
No Reserve
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135 Shock SuspenStories (1953 EC) 7, 9, 12 7: back cover tears [vg-], 9: sealed cover tears (interior cover taped) [vg-], 12: worn, fragile spine [vg-] (3)
No Reserve
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136 Shock SuspenStories (1954 EC) 15-18
[gd/fn-/vg+/vg] (4)
No Reserve
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137 Strange Tales 4 (1951)
CGC 4.0
Off-white pages
No Reserve
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138 Three Dimensional EC Classics (1954) 1: cover piece missing by top staple [vg], 2: extensive clear tape to spine cover and interior [gd-]
Both with 3-D glasses (2)
No Reserve
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139 Valor (1955 EC) 1-5
#1 [fn-], 2-4 [fn-/fn], 5: 1 ins cover tear [vg] (5)
No Reserve
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140 Weird Fantasy low grades (1950-53 EC) 15-17, 22
With Weird Science-Fantasy 25, 26
[fr/gd-] (6)
No Reserve
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141 Weird Science (1950) 14, 15
[vg+/vg] (2)
No Reserve
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142 Weird Science (1952-53) 15, 19, 20, 22 15 [vg-], 19: cover tear sealed with tape to interior cover. Back cover tape pieces [gd+], 20: small back cover corner piece missing [vg], 22: well worn taped interior spine and back cover [gd-] (4)
No Reserve
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143 EC low grade mix (Late 1940s-1950s)
Tales From the Crypt 27, 40, 44, War Against Crime 7 [vg], Incredible Science Fiction 30, MAD 14, Piracy 2, 5, 7, Weird Science 6, 11, 14
Rough reading copies [fr/gd-] (12)
No Reserve
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