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Amazing Stories Quarterly Fall 1928., AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY,  (ed. Hugo Gernsback)
1 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY, (ed. Hugo Gernsback)Amazing Stories Quarterly Fall 1928. 43502
Experimenter Publishing Co.: NY. 1928.
First edition.
Large pulp magazine.
Fall, 1928 issue.

US letter-size Magazine, companion to Amazing (but twice as thick) and successor to Amazing Stories Annual. 22 issues, Winter 1928-Fall 1934, first under the aegis of Hugo Gernsback's Experimenter Publishing Co. and later (1929-1934), edited by T O'Conor Sloane after Gernsback had lost control, under the various incarnations of Radio Science/Teck Publications. In addition to short stories it featured a complete novel in every issue, beginning with H G Wells's When the Sleeper Wakes (1899) but thereafter using mainly original material. It published many of the most important early pulp sf novels: ''White Lily'' (Winter 1930; as The Crystal Horde 1952) and Seeds of Life (Fall 1931; 1951), both assembled as Seeds of Life & White Lily (omni 1966), by John Taine; ''The Black Star Passes'' (Fall 1930; title story of coll of linked stories 1953) and Invaders from the Infinite (Spring/Summer 1932; 1961) by John W Campbell Jr; ''Paradise and Iron'' (Summer 1930) and The Birth of a New Republic (Winter 1931; 1981 chap) by Miles J Breuer (the latter with Jack Williamson); The Sunken World (Summer 1928 and Fall 1934; 1949) by Stanton A Coblentz; and The Bridge of Light (Fall 1929; 1950) by A Hyatt Verrill. Gernsback's own Ralph 124C 41+ (April 1911-March 1912 Modern Electrics; 1925; Winter 1929 Amazing Stories Quarterly) was reprinted.


Back cover missing, a fairly good copy.

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Amazing Stories Quarterly Winter 1928., AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY,  (ed. Hugo Gernsback)
2 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY, (ed. Hugo Gernsback)Amazing Stories Quarterly Winter 1928. 43501
Experimenter Publishing Co.: NY. 1928.
First edition.
Large pulp magazine.
Winter, 1928 issue.

US letter-size Magazine, companion to Amazing (but twice as thick) and successor to Amazing Stories Annual. 22 issues, Winter 1928-Fall 1934, first under the aegis of Hugo Gernsback's Experimenter Publishing Co. and later (1929-1934), edited by T O'Conor Sloane after Gernsback had lost control, under the various incarnations of Radio Science/Teck Publications. In addition to short stories it featured a complete novel in every issue, beginning with H G Wells's When the Sleeper Wakes (1899) but thereafter using mainly original material. It published many of the most important early pulp sf novels: ''White Lily'' (Winter 1930; as The Crystal Horde 1952) and Seeds of Life (Fall 1931; 1951), both assembled as Seeds of Life & White Lily (omni 1966), by John Taine; ''The Black Star Passes'' (Fall 1930; title story of coll of linked stories 1953) and Invaders from the Infinite (Spring/Summer 1932; 1961) by John W Campbell Jr; ''Paradise and Iron'' (Summer 1930) and The Birth of a New Republic (Winter 1931; 1981 chap) by Miles J Breuer (the latter with Jack Williamson); The Sunken World (Summer 1928 and Fall 1934; 1949) by Stanton A Coblentz; and The Bridge of Light (Fall 1929; 1950) by A Hyatt Verrill. Gernsback's own Ralph 124C 41+ (April 1911-March 1912 Modern Electrics; 1925; Winter 1929 Amazing Stories Quarterly) was reprinted.


Fair reading copy.

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Amazing Stories Quarterly Fall 1930., AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY,  (ed. T. O'Conor Sloane)
3 AMAZING STORIES QUARTERLY, (ed. T. O'Conor Sloane)Amazing Stories Quarterly Fall 1930. 43504
Radio-Science Publications, Inc.; Jamaca, NY 1930.
First edition.
Large pulp magazine.
Fall, 1930 issue. Includes John W. Campbell ''The Black Star Passes''.

US letter-size Magazine, companion to Amazing (but twice as thick) and successor to Amazing Stories Annual. 22 issues, Winter 1928-Fall 1934, first under the aegis of Hugo Gernsback's Experimenter Publishing Co. and later (1929-1934), edited by T O'Conor Sloane after Gernsback had lost control, under the various incarnations of Radio Science/Teck Publications. In addition to short stories it featured a complete novel in every issue, beginning with H G Wells's When the Sleeper Wakes (1899) but thereafter using mainly original material. It published many of the most important early pulp sf novels: ''White Lily'' (Winter 1930; as The Crystal Horde 1952) and Seeds of Life (Fall 1931; 1951), both assembled as Seeds of Life & White Lily (omni 1966), by John Taine; ''The Black Star Passes'' (Fall 1930; title story of coll of linked stories 1953) and Invaders from the Infinite (Spring/Summer 1932; 1961) by John W Campbell Jr; ''Paradise and Iron'' (Summer 1930) and The Birth of a New Republic (Winter 1931; 1981 chap) by Miles J Breuer (the latter with Jack Williamson); The Sunken World (Summer 1928 and Fall 1934; 1949) by Stanton A Coblentz; and The Bridge of Light (Fall 1929; 1950) by A Hyatt Verrill. Gernsback's own Ralph 124C 41+ (April 1911-March 1912 Modern Electrics; 1925; Winter 1929 Amazing Stories Quarterly) was reprinted.


Covers and spine laminated, a good copy.

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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) April 1964 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
4 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) April 1964 issue. 21889
Conde Nast: NY. 1964 (April)>
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
April, 1964, Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


Fine (unread) copy.

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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) August 1964 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
5 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) August 1964 issue. 21872
Conde Nast: NY. 1964 (August).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
August, 1964 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. This issue includes fiction by Gordon Dickson, Poul Anderson, James H. Schmitz and J. T. McIntosh. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) December 1964 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
6 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) December 1964 issue. 21823
Conde Nast: NY. 1964 (December).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
December, 1964 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


Fine (unread) copy.

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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) February 1965 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
7 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) February 1965 issue. 20584
Conde Nast: NY. 1965.
First edition.
Oversize magazine.
February, 1965 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. This issue contains the second part of the Frank Herbert serial THE PROPHET OF DUNE (serialised in five issues January 1964 - May 1964), which together with the earlier DUNE WORLD (a three part-serial first published in in Analog, December 1963 - February 1964), was incorporated into the ''fix-up'' novel DUNE, published in hardcover in 1965. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) January 1965 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
8 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) January 1965 issue. 20731
Conde Nast: NY. 1965.
First edition.
Oversize magazine.
January, 1965 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. This issue contains the first part of the Frank Herbert serial THE PROPHET OF DUNE (serialised in five issues January 1964 - May 1964), which together with the earlier DUNE WORLD (a three part-serial first published in in Analog, December 1963 - February 1964), was incorporated into the ''fix-up'' novel DUNE, published in hardcover in 1965. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


Near fine (NF) copy.

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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) July 1963 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
9 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) July 1963 issue. 21784
Conde Nast: NY. 1963 (July).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
July, 1963 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. This issue Includes part one (of two parts) of Harry Harison's The Ethical Engineer, and new stories by Robert F. Young, Kris Neville and Clifford D. Simak Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


NF/Fine (unread) copy).

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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) July 1964 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
10 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) July 1964 issue. 21787
Conde Nast: NY. 1964 (July).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
July, 1964 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. This issue includes short stories by Poul Anderson (novelette) and Raymond E. Banks, and part one (of three) of ''Sleeping Planet'' by William F. Burkett, Jr. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) June 1963 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
11 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) June 1963 issue. 21788
Conde Nast: NY. 1963 (June).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
June, 1963 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. This issue includes a short novel by Poul Anderson (''Territory'') and novelettes by John Berryman and J. T. McIntosh. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


NF/Fine (unread) copy with name on front cover.

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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) June1964 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
12 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) June1964 issue. 21789
Conde Nast: NY. 1964 (June).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
June, 1964 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. This issue includes fiction by Gordon Dickson, Poul Anderson, James H. Schmitz and J. T. McIntosh. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) March 1964 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
13 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) March 1964 issue. 21927
Conde Nast: NY. 1964 (March).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
March, 1964 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) March 1965 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
14 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) March 1965 issue. 20517
Conde Nast: NY. 1965.
First edition.
Oversize magazine.
March, 1965 issue (the final large-size issue). Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. This issue contains the third part of the Frank Herbert serial THE PROPHET OF DUNE (serialised in five issues January 1964 - May 1964), which together with the earlier DUNE WORLD (a three part-serial first published in in Analog, December 1963 - February 1964), was incorporated into the ''fix-up'' novel DUNE, published in hardcover in 1965. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) May 1964 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
15 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) May 1964 issue. 21877
Conde Nast: NY. 1964 (May).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
May, 1964 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


Near fine (NF) copy.

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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) November 1963 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
16 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) November 1963 issue. 37353
Conde Nast: NY. 1963 (November).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
November, 1963 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) November 1964 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
17 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) November 1964 issue. 21830
Conde Nast: NY. 1964 (November).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
November, 1964 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) October 1963 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
18 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) October 1963 issue. 21925
Conde Nast: NY. 1963 (October).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
October, 1963 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


Fine (unread) copy.

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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) October 1964 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
19 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) October 1964 issue. 21869
Conde Nast: NY. 1964 (October).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
October, 1964 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) September 1963 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
20 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) September 1963 issue. 21785
Conde Nast: NY. 1963 (September).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine..
September, 1963 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. This issue Includes the short novel ''Industrial Revolution'' by Poul Anderston (writing as ''Winston P. Sanders''). Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


NF/Fine copy.

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Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) September 1964 issue., ANALOG,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
21 ANALOG, (ed. John W. Campbell)Analog Science Fact/Science Fiction (large-size) September 1964 issue. 21871
Conde Nast: NY. 1964 (September).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize magazine.
September, 1964 issue. Only twenty five large-size issues were issued between March 1963 and March 1965, before reverting to a smaller, digest-sized format that it still retains today. Oversize sf magazine (28 cm x 21 cm).

''Astounding/Analog is often considered the magazine where science fiction grew up. When editor John W. Campbell took over in 1938, he brought to Astounding an unprecedented insistence on placing equal emphasis on both words of ''science fiction.'' No longer satisfied with gadgetry and action per se, Campbell demanded that his writers try to think out how science and technology might really develop in the future-and, most importantly, how those changes would affect the lives of human beings. The new sophistication soon made Astounding the undisputed leader in the field, and Campbell began to think the old title was too ''sensational'' to reflect what the magazine was actually doing. He chose ''Analog'' in part because he thought of each story as an ''analog simulation'' of a possible future, and in part because of the close analogy he saw between the imagined science in the stories he was publishing and the real science being done in laboratories around the world''.


Near fine (NF) copy.

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Astounding Stories October 1935., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. F. Orlin Tremaine)
22 ASTOUNDING, (ed. F. Orlin Tremaine)Astounding Stories October 1935. 39830
Street & Smith: NY. 1935 (October).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
October 1935 issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers.

Tape on spine and front cover, a good copy.

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Astounding Stories October 1936., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. F. Orlin Tremaine)
23 ASTOUNDING, (ed. F. Orlin Tremaine)Astounding Stories October 1936. 39837
Street & Smith: NY. 1936 (October)
First edition (& 1st printing).
Pulp Magazine.
October 1935 issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers.

VG copy.

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Astounding Stories August 1931., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. Harry Bates)
24 ASTOUNDING, (ed. Harry Bates)Astounding Stories August 1931. 39817
Clayton Magazines Inc.: NY. 1931 (August).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
August 1931 issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. Published by Clayton Magazines from January 1930 - March 1933, and edited throughout this early period by Harry Bates.

Two bookstamps on back cover and inside page, VG+ copy.

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Astounding Stories May 1932., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. Harry Bates)
25 ASTOUNDING, (ed. Harry Bates)Astounding Stories May 1932. 39811
Clayton Magazines Inc.: NY. 1932 (May).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
May 1932 issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. Published by Clayton Magazines from January 1930 - March 1933, and edited throughout this early period by Harry Bates.

Signature on front cover, front cover creased, a good copy.

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Astounding Stories May 1932., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. Harry Bates)
26 ASTOUNDING, (ed. Harry Bates)Astounding Stories May 1932. 39819
Clayton Magazines Inc.: NY. 1932 (May).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
May 1932 issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. Published by Clayton Magazines from January 1930 - March 1933, and edited throughout this early period by Harry Bates.

VG+ copy.

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Astounding Science Fiction (April 1951)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
27 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (April 1951). 27387
Street & Smith: NY. 1951.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
April 1951 issue. Includes Fredric Brown (''The Weapon''), Jack Williamson and H. Beam Piper. Full page Dianetics advert on rear cover.

Spine edges a little chipped, else a near fine (NF) copy.

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Astounding Science Fiction (August 1951)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
28 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (August 1951). 27391
Street & Smith: NY. 1951.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
August 1951 issue. Includes Walter M. Miller, Jr., Clifford D. Simak and Gordon R. Dickson. Full page Dianetics advert on rear cover.

NF/Fine copy.

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Astounding Science Fiction (December 1951)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
29 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (December 1951). 27395
Street & Smith: NY. 1951.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
December 1951 issue. Includes Hal Clement's ICEWORLD (part 3 of 3) and Chad Oliver.

A little spine wear, a near fine (NF) copy.

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Astounding Science Fiction (February 1952)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
30 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (February 1952). 27396
Street & Smith: NY. 1952.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
February 1952 issue. Includes William Tenn, James Blish and Gordon R. Dickson.

Near fine (NF) copy.

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Astounding Science Fiction (July 1951)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
31 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (July 1951). 27390
Street & Smith: NY. 1951.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
July 1951 issue. Includes James H. Schmitz, Jack Williamson and Gordon R. Dickson.

Top spine edge a little chipped, a near fine (NF) copy.

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Astounding Science Fiction (July 1953)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
32 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (July 1953). 36142
Street & Smith: NY. 1953 (July).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
July 1953 issue. Includes MISSION OF GRAVITY by Hal Clement (serial, part 4 of 4).

Spine wear, VG+ copy.

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Astounding Science Fiction (June 1951)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
33 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (June 1951). 27389
Street & Smith: NY. 1951.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
June 1951 issue. Includes Eric Frank Russell (''And Then There Were None'') and Isaac Asimov (''Breeds There A Man'').

Near fine (NF) copy.

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Astounding Science Fiction (June 1953)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
34 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (June 1953). 36141
Street & Smith: NY. 1953.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
June 1953 issue. Includes MISSION OF GRAVITY by Hal Clement (serial, part 3 of 4), ''Impostor'' by Philip K. Dick, and indeed a separate non-fiction piece by Clement ''Whirligig World'' about the writing of Mission of Gravity.

Bottom spine edge wear, a near fine (NF) copy.

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Astounding Science Fiction (March 1951)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
35 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (March 1951). 27386
Street & Smith: NY. 1951.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
March 1951 issue. Includes James H.Schmitz, Jack Williamson and Alan E. Nourse.

Near fine (NF) copy.

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Astounding Science Fiction (May 1951)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
36 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (May 1951). 27388
Street & Smith: NY. 1951.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
May 1951 issue. Includes Walter M. Miller Jr., Harry Stine and H. B. Fyfe.

Near fine (NF) copy.

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Astounding Science Fiction (November 1951)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
37 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (November 1951). 27394
Street & Smith: NY. 1951.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
November 1951 issue. Includes Hal Clement's ICEWORLD (part 2 of 3), Frank M. Robinson and H. B. Fyfe.

Near fine (NF) copy, cover crease.

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Astounding Science Fiction (October 1951)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
38 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (October 1951). 27393
Street & Smith: NY. 1951.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
October 1951 issue. Includes Hal Clement's ICEWORLD (part 1 of 3) and Eric Frank Russell (''Ultima Thule''): Campbell's editorial is ''Evaluation Of Dianetics''.

NF/Fine copy.

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Astounding Science Fiction (September 1951)., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
39 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science Fiction (September 1951). 27392
Street & Smith: NY. 1951.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
September 1951 issue. Includes H. Beam Piper (''Day Of The Moron''), Alan E. Nourse and Frank M. Robinson.

NF/Fine copy.

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Astounding Science-Fiction February 1939., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
40 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science-Fiction February 1939. 39864
Street & Smith: NY. 1939 (February).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
February 1939 issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers.

Front cover loose, VG copy.

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Astounding Science-Fiction February 1942., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
41 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science-Fiction February 1942. 40345
Street & Smith: NY. 1942 (February).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
February 1942 issue. Large pulp, single issue, pictorial wrappers. One of the dozen or so large pulp issues published between January 1942 - April 1943, before reverting back to the normal pulp magazine size again. Cover story is the classic ''There Shall Be Darkness'' by C. L. Moore.

Back cover coming away from spine, a VG copy.

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Astounding Science-Fiction January 1939., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
42 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science-Fiction January 1939. 39862
Street & Smith: NY. 1939 (January).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
January 1939 issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers.

Front cover sticker, stain to back cover, G/VG copy.

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Astounding Science-Fiction July 1943., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
43 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science-Fiction July 1943. 39877
Street & Smith: NY. 1943 (July).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
July 1943 issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. Cover story is BLACK DESTROYER by A. E. Van Vogt. Includes ''The Great Engine'' by A. E. Van Vogt, and the final instalment (3 of 3) of Fritz Leiber's GATHER, DARKNESS!

3cm spine tear (with sellotape), a VG copy.

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Astounding Science-Fiction July 1943., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
44 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science-Fiction July 1943. 39878
Street & Smith: NY. 1943 (July).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
July 1943 issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. Cover story is BLACK DESTROYER by A. E. Van Vogt. Includes ''The Great Engine'' by A. E. Van Vogt, and the final instalment (3 of 3) of Fritz Leiber's GATHER, DARKNESS!

VG+ copy.

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Astounding Science-Fiction March 1939., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
45 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science-Fiction March 1939. 40330
Street & Smith: NY. 1939 (March).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
March 1939 issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. Includes CLOAK OF AESIR by editor Campbell writing as ''Don A. Stuart''.

VG copy.

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Astounding Science-Fiction May 1939., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
46 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science-Fiction May 1939. 39868
Street & Smith: NY. 1939 (May).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Pulp Magazine.
May 1939 issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers.

Bottom spine edge chipped, sellotape on spine, a good copy.

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Astounding Science-Fiction September 1943., ASTOUNDING,  (ed. John W. Campbell)
47 ASTOUNDING, (ed. John W. Campbell)Astounding Science-Fiction September 1943. 39879
Street & Smith: NY. 1943 (September).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
September 1943 issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers.

G/VG copy.

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Big Thunder., Atkins,  Peter
48 Atkins, PeterBig Thunder. 01338
HarperCollins: London. 1997.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
SF/fantasy novel.

''a gentleman vigilante from the pages of a 1930's pulp magazine materialises in present-day Manhattan ready to orchestrate a mass-murder that will at long last reconcile the living with the dead. Valentine Dyson, characteristically dressed in a tuxedo and opera hat, a blue flower in his buttonhole, is infamous among pulp scholars for being the most vicious of the cloaked avengers featured in such magazines. His mysterious awakening from the yellowed pages of Strange Thrills pulp magazine coincides with a car crash that leaves his creator Norbert Read, an old man now, in a coma''.


Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Fallen Angel: Satan Sleuth #1., Avallone,  Michael
49 Avallone, MichaelFallen Angel: Satan Sleuth #1. 43283
Mews Books: London. 1976.
First British edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
First in the supernatural series: ''a lone Crusader against the evil of Black Magic''.

''ritual murder! They had come upon her in the dead of night. Without the ringing of a doorbell. Overwhelming her. Having their hideous, obscene way with her. Their chanting voices incanting some filthy litany of sacriegious blasphemy. Then came the pain. And when it was all over, Dorothea lay dead, the beautiful wife of Philip St. George had been mutilated and dismembered by a cult of Satan worshipers. For month St. George mourned - then he emerged, a man with a mission: to avenge Dorothea's death and to save others who, like her, were fated tp be sacrifices to Satan. He become the Satan Sleuth''. Without ringing the doorbell? How rude of them.


NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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Avon Fantasy Reader no 1 (first issue)., AVON FANTASY READER,  (ed. Donald A. Wollheim)
50 AVON FANTASY READER, (ed. Donald A. Wollheim)Avon Fantasy Reader no 1 (first issue). 39590
Avon Book Company: NY. 1947 (February)
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled pictorial wrappers.
First issue. Octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. 18 issues published in total, quarterly, 1947 - 1952, edited by Donald A. Wollheim., In Tymn and Ashley (eds), Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines, pp. 127-132.

''US digest anthology, 18 volumes, quarterly, 1947 - 1952, published by Avon Publishing, New York; ed Donald A. Wollheim. AVON FANTASY READER was the first regular paperback reprint fantasy anthology series, though its digest format has often caused it to be classified as a magazine Wollheim selected primarily from WEIRD TALES, emphasizing the works of H.P. LOVECRAFT and CLARK ASHTON SMITH, and working in tandem with August W. Derleth at ARKHAM HOUSE to promote the best of Weird Tales's authors. Wollheim also reprinted stories from STRANGE TALES, Adventure and Blue Book, selecting fiction otherwise hard to find, but did not confine himself to the pulps, presenting a wide range of fiction from books, especially by UK authors like Algernon Blackwood, Lord Dunsany and William Hope Hodgson. Although AVON FANTASY READER published some sf, most of its content was supernatural fiction, plus some slick fantasy and heroic fantasy. The quality was high throughout'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


Page edges age-darkened, some wrinkling and separation of cover lamination, a bright, VG+ copy.

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