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Magazine Of Horror vol 5 no 6 (whole no. 30)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
151 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror vol 5 no 6 (whole no. 30). 33840
Health Knowledge: NY. 1969 (December).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 30. Vol 5 no. 6 (December 1969). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


Fine (unread) copy.

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Magazine Of Horror vol 6 no 1 (whole no. 31)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
152 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror vol 6 no 1 (whole no. 31). 37150
Health Knowledge: NY. 1970 (February).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 31. Vol 6 no. 1 (February 1970) - though wrongly stating ''vol 6 no 2'' on the first page/contents page.. 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396). Virgil Finlay cover.

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprint magazine, Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect Magazine Of Horror had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


Fine (unread) copy.

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Magazine Of Horror vol 6 no 2 (whole no. 32)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
153 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror vol 6 no 2 (whole no. 32). 38339
Health Knowledge: NY. 1970 (May).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 32. Vol 6 no. 2 (May 1970). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprint magazine, Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect Magazine Of Horror had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror vol 6 no 3 (whole no. 33)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
154 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror vol 6 no 3 (whole no. 33). 33841
Health Knowledge: NY. 1970 (Summer).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 33. Vol 6 no. 3 (Summer 1970). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


Fine (unread) copy.

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Magazine Of Horror vol 6 no 5 (whole no. 35)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
155 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror vol 6 no 5 (whole no. 35). 33843
Health Knowledge: NY. 1971 (February).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 35. Vol 6 no. 5 (February 1971). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


Fine (unread) copy.

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Marvel Science Stories November 1938., MARVEL SCIENCE STORIES,  (ed. Robert O. Erisman)
156 MARVEL SCIENCE STORIES, (ed. Robert O. Erisman)Marvel Science Stories November 1938. 40927
Postal Publications; Chicago. 1938 (November).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
November 1938 issue. First issue of 15 issues published in total, nine issues August 1938 - April 1941, and revived for a further six issues November 1950 to May 1952. The title began as MARVEL SCIENCE STORIES, then at various times over the fifteen issues changed to MARVEL TALES, MARVEL STORIES (then back to Marvel Science Stories) and finally MARVEL SCIENCE FICTION.

''an sf pulp magazine from a chain which included such fringe-sf titles as Uncanny Tales, Marvel was the first of the many new sf magazines of the late 1930s and early 1940s. It was notorious for the mildly erotic approach of its early issues, to which Henry Kuttner contributed several stories, including ''The Time Trap'' (November 1938). The February 1939 issue featured Jack Williamson's ''After World's End'' (1961). After five issues the title changed in December 1939 to Marvel Tales, and for two issues the magazine leaned more heavily towards titillating sex and sadism, like ''Lust Rides the Roller Coaster'' (December 1939) by Ray King and ''World without Sex'' (May 1940) by Robert Wentworth (Edmond Hamilton). The title changed again in November 1940 to Marvel Stories, and the magazine returned to straightforward sf. Although initially successful enough to generate a companion, Dynamic Science Stories, Marvel, which began as a quarterly, became less and less frequent through 1939-1940, ceasing with the April 1941 issue. It was revived in pulp format in November 1950 under its original title, switched to digest size after two issues, appeared three times in that format, and reverted to pulp size for its final issue; it was Marvel Science Fiction for the last three issues. Although the second series contained work by L Sprague de Camp, Murray Leinster and Jack Vance the stories were minor pieces. Overall, Marvel's existence is more as evidence of trends than of quality'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


Remains of British price sticker on front cover. A VG copy.

Price: 25.00 GBP
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157 McCulley, JohnstonThe Mark Of Zorro. 37255
Macdonald: London. 1959.
First British edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Classic pulp adventure that had first appeared as a long story - ''The Curse of Capistrano'' - by McCulley in All-Story Magazine in 1919, then made into a 1920 silent film starring Douglas Fairbanks and Noah Beery. followed by a US hardcover in 1924. Uncommon UK hardcover.

Neat inked name and date on front free endpaper, lightly bruised top front corner tip, otherwise a fine copy in a VG pictorial dustjacket with some dust-soiling along spine panel and rear panel.

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Mechanics And Handicraft vol 2 no 4 (November 1935) issue., MECHANICS AND HANDICRAFT,  (USA)
158 MECHANICS AND HANDICRAFT, (USA)Mechanics And Handicraft vol 2 no 4 (November 1935) issue. 42721
Better Publications, Inc.; Chicago. 1935.
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
November 1935 issue. A 1930's popular-science/make-it-yourself magazine, with designs on the future, it was absorbed into POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY with the March, 1939 issue.

VG copy.

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Mechanics And Handicraft vol 5 no 4 (May 1938) issue., MECHANICS AND HANDICRAFT,  (USA)
159 MECHANICS AND HANDICRAFT, (USA)Mechanics And Handicraft vol 5 no 4 (May 1938) issue. 42720
Better Publications: NY. 1938.
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
May 1938 issue. A 1930's popular-science/make-it-yourself magazine, with designs on the future, it was absorbed into POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY with the March, 1939 issue.

Some tape on front cover, a G/VG copy.

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The Metal Monster., Merritt,  A.
160 Merritt, A.The Metal Monster. 10739
Hippocampus Press: NY. 2002.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Reprinted here for the first time as it was originally published as an eight-part serial in Argosy in 1920, restoring close to 10,000 words of text the author cut from the original: edited and with a 14-page introduction by Stefan Dziemianowicz. Full colour Virgil Finlay cover art.

Fine (as new) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine vol 17 no 4., MIKE SHAYNE MYSTERY MAGAZINE,  (ed. Leo Margulies)
161 MIKE SHAYNE MYSTERY MAGAZINE, (ed. Leo Margulies)Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine vol 17 no 4. 39237
Renown Publications: NY. 1965 (September).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
September 1965 issue (whole no 100). Includes ''The Strange Case Of Peddler Phelps'' by Joseph Payne Brennan (misspelt Brennen).

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 5.00 GBP
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Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine vol 17 no 5., MIKE SHAYNE MYSTERY MAGAZINE,  (ed. Leo Margulies)
162 MIKE SHAYNE MYSTERY MAGAZINE, (ed. Leo Margulies)Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine vol 17 no 5. 39238
Renown Publications: NY. 1965 (October).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
October 1965 issue (whole no 101). Includes ''Were you searched?'' by Joseph Payne Brennan.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine vol 18 no 5., MIKE SHAYNE MYSTERY MAGAZINE,  (ed. Leo Margulies)
163 MIKE SHAYNE MYSTERY MAGAZINE, (ed. Leo Margulies)Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine vol 18 no 5. 39240
Renown Publications: NY. 1966 (April).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
April 1966 issue. Includes ''Whirlwind Of Bllod'' by Joseph Payne Brennan (misspelt Brennen): also includes ''Those Who Kill'' by Cornell Woolrich.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine vol 22 no 2., MIKE SHAYNE MYSTERY MAGAZINE,  (ed. Leo Margulies)
164 MIKE SHAYNE MYSTERY MAGAZINE, (ed. Leo Margulies)Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine vol 22 no 2. 39243
Renown Publications: NY. 1968 (January).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
January 1968 issue. Includes ''The Enemy Unknown'' by Joseph Payne Brennan.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 5.00 GBP
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Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine vol 37 no 1., MIKE SHAYNE MYSTERY MAGAZINE,  (ed. Leo Margulies)
165 MIKE SHAYNE MYSTERY MAGAZINE, (ed. Leo Margulies)Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine vol 37 no 1. 39246
Renown Publications: NY. 1975 (July).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
July 1975 issue. Includes ''Apple Orchard Murder Case'' by Joseph Payne Brennan.

Fine (unread) copy.

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The Tomb Of The Dark Ones., Mills,  J. M. A.
166 Mills, J. M. A.The Tomb Of The Dark Ones. 40466
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2014.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #52. Weird novel of ''Atlantean magic, mystery and terror'', first published in 1938, with an introduction by series editor John Pelan.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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The Mysterious Traveler Magazine Vol 1 no 1., MYSTERIOUS TRAVELER MAGAZINE,  (ed. Robert Arthur)
167 MYSTERIOUS TRAVELER MAGAZINE, (ed. Robert Arthur)The Mysterious Traveler Magazine Vol 1 no 1. 22293
Grace Publishing: NY. 1951 (November).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Digest magazine.
First issue of just five published 1951 - 1952, a spin-off of popular THE MYSTERIOUS TRAVELER radio show of the same period. This issue contains ''The Wind'' by Ray Bradbury.

''digest-size magazine. Five issues, the first four November 1951 to June 1952, and the last undated 1952, published by Grace Publishing, New York; edited by Robert Arthur. Its final issue was retitled The Mysterious Traveler Mystery Reader. A spin-off from Mutual Broadcasting's Mysterious Traveler Radio show, the magazine was subtitled ''Great Stories of Mystery, Detection and Suspense, Old and New'', but included some items of marginal sf interest by Ray Bradbury and Murray Leinster'' (Malcolm J. Edwards, Peter Nicholls & Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of SF, Third Edition).


Page edges a little browned, top of sine edge a little chipped, a VG+ copy.

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New Worlds no 1 (vol 1 no 1 - very first issue + variant cover), NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
168 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 1 (vol 1 no 1 - very first issue + variant cover) 40366
Pendulum Publications: London. 1946.
First edition (variant cover).
Pulp Magazine.
First issue published (with later variant spaceship front cover). Subtitled: A Fiction Magazine Of The Future. Three large-pulp-size magazine issues appeared 1946-1947 from Pendulum Publications, before switching to a smaller (large digest) format and a new publisher Nova Publications (Pendulum having gone bust) from the fourth issue onwards (which appeared after a two year gap in April, 1949). Note: this first issue didn't sell well and was quickly re-issued with a different cover (in fact the same cover as used for the second issue, a spaceship with blue background): this copy for sale has the reissued variant cover. This is a sharp copy.

''long the leading UK sf magazine (and an original-anthology series for two sections of its chequered career), publishing 222 issues during a span of 51 years from July, 1946 - August, 1997), but including a 12-year hiatus. New Worlds, though it had volume numbers up to no 177, has always been numbered consecutively (in its magazine incarnations); the first five were undated. New Worlds was a development from a pre-World War Two Fanzine [1936-1939] called first Novae Terrae and then New Worlds, the last four issues of which were edited by science-fiction fan John Carnell. The writer W J Passingham talked the firm The World Says into publishing New Worlds professionally in 1939, just weeks before the Second World War began; but with the subsequent financial collapse of the company, plans were dropped. As a consequence it was not until after the War that New Worlds appeared, this time thanks to Stephen Frances, who introduced Carnell to Pendulum Publications. Three small-pulp-size issues were published irregularly by Pendulum during 1946 and 1947 under Carnell's editorship. Of these issues, the first was issued twice with different covers; no 1 with the original cover had not sold well, but it did better the second time round (the second version used the same cover as no 2). Pendulum Publications then went bust, and a group of UK sf fans and professionals (including Carnell himself, Frank Edward Arnold, Walter Gillings, Eric C Williams and John Wyndham), who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, formed their own company, Nova Publications, in order to revive this somewhat tentative magazine in 1949 in large-digest format'' (Science Fiction Encyclopedia, Third Edition


NF/Fine copy.

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New Worlds no 2 (vol 1 no 2)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
169 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 2 (vol 1 no 2). 40365
Pendulum Publications: London. 1946.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Pulp Magazine.
Second issue published. Subtitled: A Fiction Magazine Of The Future. Three large-pulp-size magazine issues appeared 1946-1947 from Pendulum Publications, before switching to a smaller (large digest) format and a new publisher Nova Publications (Pendulum having gone bust) from the fourth issue onwards (which appeared after a two year gap in April, 1949). Note: this first issue didn't sell well and was quickly re-issued with a different cover (in fact the same cover as used for the second issue): this is the proper second issue. A sharp copy.

''long the leading UK sf magazine (and an original-anthology series for two sections of its chequered career), publishing 222 issues during a span of 51 years from July, 1946 - August, 1997), but including a 12-year hiatus. New Worlds, though it had volume numbers up to no 177, has always been numbered consecutively (in its magazine incarnations); the first five were undated. New Worlds was a development from a pre-World War Two Fanzine [1936-1939] called first Novae Terrae and then New Worlds, the last four issues of which were edited by science-fiction fan John Carnell. The writer W J Passingham talked the firm The World Says into publishing New Worlds professionally in 1939, just weeks before the Second World War began; but with the subsequent financial collapse of the company, plans were dropped. As a consequence it was not until after the War that New Worlds appeared, this time thanks to Stephen Frances, who introduced Carnell to Pendulum Publications. Three small-pulp-size issues were published irregularly by Pendulum during 1946 and 1947 under Carnell's editorship. Of these issues, the first was issued twice with different covers; no 1 with the original cover had not sold well, but it did better the second time round (the second version used the same cover as no 2). Pendulum Publications then went bust, and a group of UK sf fans and professionals (including Carnell himself, Frank Edward Arnold, Walter Gillings, Eric C Williams and John Wyndham), who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, formed their own company, Nova Publications, in order to revive this somewhat tentative magazine in 1949 in large-digest format'' (Science Fiction Encyclopedia, Third Edition


A fine copy.

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Off Beat Detective Story Magazine vol 3 no 6., OFF BEAT DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE,
170 OFF BEAT DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE,Off Beat Detective Story Magazine vol 3 no 6. 38327
Pontiac Publishing Corp: Holyoke, MA. 1960 (January).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Volume 3, number (January 1960). Octavo, single issue, cover illustration by Carl Pfeufer, pictorial wrappers. Mystery magazine which emphasized sex and violence. Note: previously titled SURE FIRE DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE for nine issues from 1956-1958, with a title change to OFF BEAT DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE from the September 1958 issue (with no change in volume numbering) for a further 26 issues till May 1963. See Cook, Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Magazines, pp. 394-96.

A NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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Operator #5: Cavern Of The Damned., OPERATOR #5,  (pulp reprint)
171 OPERATOR #5, (pulp reprint)Operator #5: Cavern Of The Damned. 34654
Dimedia Inc.: NY/Pulp Press. 1980.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
108 pages. Facsimile reprint of the lead novel in the December 1934 issue of Operator #5 pulp magazine, ''Scourge Of The Invisible Death'' by Frederick C. Davis (writing under the House Name ''Curtis Steele''). Thirteen of the Operator #5 pulp novels were reprinted 1966-1980 by different publishers. This is the first of three issued by Dimedia Inc. in 1980.

''US pulp magazine, 48 issues, April 1934 to November/December 1939, published by Popular Publications; edited by Rogers Terrill, originally monthly and then alternated between bimonthly and monthly. This was one of the livelier and more successful hero/villain pulps, thematically more ambitious than most, as it changed after the first twenty issues into a set of Future War narratives garishly prefiguring World War Two. Operator #5 throughout was secret agent Jimmy Christopher, whose assignment - increasingly hard to fulfil as later issues of the series became more apocalyptic - was to save America from destruction by various menaces (often superscientific) and from the Invasions of unfriendly powers (both Central European and Asiatic). The lead novellas were published under the House Name Curtis Steele, which concealed the highly prolific pulp writer Frederick C Davis (April 1934-November 1935), whose Operator is basically a spy; then Emile Tepperman (December 1935-March 1938); and lastly Wayne Rogers (July 1938-November 1939). Other features included a series of spy stories by Arthur Leo Zagat. Thirteen of the early lead novels, all the work of Davis, and each of them comprising a complete story, were reprinted in book form:


Fine (unread) copy.

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Operator #5: Legions Of Starvation., OPERATOR #5,  (pulp reprint)
172 OPERATOR #5, (pulp reprint)Operator #5: Legions Of Starvation. 34653
Dimedia Inc.: NY/Pulp Press. 1980.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
116 pages. Facsimile reprint of the lead novel in the December 1934 issue of Operator #5 pulp magazine, ''Scourge Of The Invisible Death'' by Frederick C. Davis (writing under the House Name ''Curtis Steele''). Thirteen of the Operator #5 pulp novels were reprinted 1966-1980 by different publishers. This is the second of three issued by Dimedia Inc. in 1980.

''US pulp magazine, 48 issues, April 1934 to November/December 1939, published by Popular Publications; edited by Rogers Terrill, originally monthly and then alternated between bimonthly and monthly. This was one of the livelier and more successful hero/villain pulps, thematically more ambitious than most, as it changed after the first twenty issues into a set of Future War narratives garishly prefiguring World War Two. Operator #5 throughout was secret agent Jimmy Christopher, whose assignment - increasingly hard to fulfil as later issues of the series became more apocalyptic - was to save America from destruction by various menaces (often superscientific) and from the Invasions of unfriendly powers (both Central European and Asiatic). The lead novellas were published under the House Name Curtis Steele, which concealed the highly prolific pulp writer Frederick C Davis (April 1934-November 1935), whose Operator is basically a spy; then Emile Tepperman (December 1935-March 1938); and lastly Wayne Rogers (July 1938-November 1939). Other features included a series of spy stories by Arthur Leo Zagat. Thirteen of the early lead novels, all the work of Davis, and each of them comprising a complete story, were reprinted in book form:


Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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Operator #5: Scourge Of The Invisible Death., OPERATOR #5,  (pulp reprint)
173 OPERATOR #5, (pulp reprint)Operator #5: Scourge Of The Invisible Death. 34669
Dimedia Inc.: NY/Pulp Press. 1980.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
116 pages. Facsimile reprint of the lead novel in the November 1935 issue of Operator #5 pulp magazine, ''Scourge Of The Invisible Death'' by Frederick C. Davis (writing under the House Name ''Curtis Steele''). Thirteen of the Operator #5 pulp novels were reprinted 1966-1980 by different publishers. This is the third of three issued by Dimedia Inc. in 1980.

''US pulp magazine, 48 issues, April 1934 to November/December 1939, published by Popular Publications; edited by Rogers Terrill, originally monthly and then alternated between bimonthly and monthly. This was one of the livelier and more successful hero/villain pulps, thematically more ambitious than most, as it changed after the first twenty issues into a set of Future War narratives garishly prefiguring World War Two. Operator #5 throughout was secret agent Jimmy Christopher, whose assignment - increasingly hard to fulfil as later issues of the series became more apocalyptic - was to save America from destruction by various menaces (often superscientific) and from the Invasions of unfriendly powers (both Central European and Asiatic). The lead novellas were published under the House Name Curtis Steele, which concealed the highly prolific pulp writer Frederick C Davis (April 1934-November 1935), whose Operator is basically a spy; then Emile Tepperman (December 1935-March 1938); and lastly Wayne Rogers (July 1938-November 1939). Other features included a series of spy stories by Arthur Leo Zagat. Thirteen of the early lead novels, all the work of Davis, and each of them comprising a complete story, were reprinted in book form:


Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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Tales Of Terror And Torment: Stories From The Pulps Vol 1., Pelan,  John (ed.)
174 Pelan, John (ed.)Tales Of Terror And Torment: Stories From The Pulps Vol 1. 10839
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2014.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #28. Volume 1. 288 pages: eight page introduction by editor Pelan.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 22.00 GBP
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Tales Of Terror And Torment: Stories From The Pulps Vol 2., Pelan,  John (ed.)
175 Pelan, John (ed.)Tales Of Terror And Torment: Stories From The Pulps Vol 2. 10729
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2013.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #37. Volume 2. 296 pages: seven page introduction by editor Pelan.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 22.00 GBP
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The Mislaid Charm (signed by the author + two variant dustjackets)., Phillips,  Alexander M.
176 Phillips, Alexander M.The Mislaid Charm (signed by the author + two variant dustjackets). 09449
Prime Press: Philadelphia. 1947.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Humurous fantasy, first published in the February 1941 issue of Unknown. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR ON THE FRONT FREE ENDPAPER. Note: this copy has both dustjackets included - the 1st state yellow and second state green (each with a different front cover design), each bright, fresh and unfaded.

Fine copy in an almost fine (1st state) yellow dustjacket, together with a VG+ (2nd state) green dustjacket.

Price: 40.00 GBP
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The Mislaid Charm., Phillips,  Alexander M.
177 Phillips, Alexander M.The Mislaid Charm. 41448
Prime Press: Philadelphia. 1947.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Humurous fantasy, first published in the February 1941 issue of Unknown.

Fine copy in a VG yellow dustjjacket that shows dust-soiling and a little fading.

Price: 15.00 GBP
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Planet Stories Fall 1948., PLANET STORIES,  (ed. Malcolm Reiss)
178 PLANET STORIES, (ed. Malcolm Reiss)Planet Stories Fall 1948. 40086
Love Romances Publishing: NY. 1948 (Fall).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
Fall 1948 issue. 71 issues of the sf pulp magazine (with various editors) were published between 1939 - 1955

''71 issues, Winter 1939 to Summer 1955, published by Love Romances Publishing, with various editors. Subtitled in its early years ''Strange Adventures on Other Worlds - The Universe of Future Centuries'', Planet Stories was the epitome of pulp sf. Its covers were garish in the extreme, and its story titles promised extravagantly melodramatic interplanetary adventures (which the stories themselves frequently provided). A typical selection of featured stories (from 1947 - 1948) includes ''Beneath the Red World's Crust'', ''Black Priestess of Varda'', ''The Outcasts of Solar III'', ''Werwile of the Crystal Crypt'', ''Valkyrie from the Void'' and ''The Beast-Jewel of Mars'', The most popular contributor, and the one whose work characterizes Planet Stories's appeal at its best, was Leigh Brackett, with her many colourful Planetary Romances of love and adventure on Mars, Venus and beyond'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


Tape on spine, a good copy.

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Planet Stories January 1951., PLANET STORIES,  (ed. Malcolm Reiss)
179 PLANET STORIES, (ed. Malcolm Reiss)Planet Stories January 1951. 40093
Love Romances Publishing: NY. 1951 (January).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
January 1951 issue. 71 issues of the sf pulp magazine (with various editors) were published between 1939 - 1955

''71 issues, Winter 1939 to Summer 1955, published by Love Romances Publishing, with various editors. Subtitled in its early years ''Strange Adventures on Other Worlds - The Universe of Future Centuries'', Planet Stories was the epitome of pulp sf. Its covers were garish in the extreme, and its story titles promised extravagantly melodramatic interplanetary adventures (which the stories themselves frequently provided). A typical selection of featured stories (from 1947 - 1948) includes ''Beneath the Red World's Crust'', ''Black Priestess of Varda'', ''The Outcasts of Solar III'', ''Werwile of the Crystal Crypt'', ''Valkyrie from the Void'' and ''The Beast-Jewel of Mars'', The most popular contributor, and the one whose work characterizes Planet Stories's appeal at its best, was Leigh Brackett, with her many colourful Planetary Romances of love and adventure on Mars, Venus and beyond'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


VG copy.

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Planet Stories March 1943., PLANET STORIES,  (ed. Malcolm Reiss)
180 PLANET STORIES, (ed. Malcolm Reiss)Planet Stories March 1943. 40055
Love Romances Publishing: NY. 1943 (March).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
March 1943 issue. 71 issues of the sf pulp magazine (with various editors) were published between 1939 - 1955

''71 issues, Winter 1939 to Summer 1955, published by Love Romances Publishing, with various editors. Subtitled in its early years ''Strange Adventures on Other Worlds - The Universe of Future Centuries'', Planet Stories was the epitome of pulp sf. Its covers were garish in the extreme, and its story titles promised extravagantly melodramatic interplanetary adventures (which the stories themselves frequently provided). A typical selection of featured stories (from 1947 - 1948) includes ''Beneath the Red World's Crust'', ''Black Priestess of Varda'', ''The Outcasts of Solar III'', ''Werwile of the Crystal Crypt'', ''Valkyrie from the Void'' and ''The Beast-Jewel of Mars'', The most popular contributor, and the one whose work characterizes Planet Stories's appeal at its best, was Leigh Brackett, with her many colourful Planetary Romances of love and adventure on Mars, Venus and beyond'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


Spine taped, a VG copy.

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Planet Stories Summer 1942., PLANET STORIES,  (ed. Malcolm Reiss)
181 PLANET STORIES, (ed. Malcolm Reiss)Planet Stories Summer 1942. 40049
Love Romances Publishing: NY. 1942 (Summer).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
Summer 1942 issue. 71 issues of the sf pulp magazine (with various editors) were published between 1939 - 1955.

''71 issues, Winter 1939 to Summer 1955, published by Love Romances Publishing, with various editors. Subtitled in its early years ''Strange Adventures on Other Worlds - The Universe of Future Centuries'', Planet Stories was the epitome of pulp sf. Its covers were garish in the extreme, and its story titles promised extravagantly melodramatic interplanetary adventures (which the stories themselves frequently provided). A typical selection of featured stories (from 1947 - 1948) includes ''Beneath the Red World's Crust'', ''Black Priestess of Varda'', ''The Outcasts of Solar III'', ''Werwile of the Crystal Crypt'', ''Valkyrie from the Void'' and ''The Beast-Jewel of Mars'', The most popular contributor, and the one whose work characterizes Planet Stories's appeal at its best, was Leigh Brackett, with her many colourful Planetary Romances of love and adventure on Mars, Venus and beyond'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


Front cover re-attached, a G/VG copy

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Planet Stories Summer 1950., PLANET STORIES,  (ed. Malcolm Reiss)
182 PLANET STORIES, (ed. Malcolm Reiss)Planet Stories Summer 1950. 40091
Love Romances Publishing: NY. 1950 (Summer).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
Summer 1950 issue. 71 issues of the sf pulp magazine (with various editors) were published between 1939 - 1955.

''71 issues, Winter 1939 to Summer 1955, published by Love Romances Publishing, with various editors. Subtitled in its early years ''Strange Adventures on Other Worlds - The Universe of Future Centuries'', Planet Stories was the epitome of pulp sf. Its covers were garish in the extreme, and its story titles promised extravagantly melodramatic interplanetary adventures (which the stories themselves frequently provided). A typical selection of featured stories (from 1947 - 1948) includes ''Beneath the Red World's Crust'', ''Black Priestess of Varda'', ''The Outcasts of Solar III'', ''Werwile of the Crystal Crypt'', ''Valkyrie from the Void'' and ''The Beast-Jewel of Mars'', The most popular contributor, and the one whose work characterizes Planet Stories's appeal at its best, was Leigh Brackett, with her many colourful Planetary Romances of love and adventure on Mars, Venus and beyond'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


Front cover re-attached, corner chip to front cover, a G/VG copy.

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Planet Stories Winter 1941., PLANET STORIES,  (ed. Malcolm Reiss)
183 PLANET STORIES, (ed. Malcolm Reiss)Planet Stories Winter 1941. 40048
Love Romances Publishing: NY. 1941 (Winter).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
Winter 1941 issue. 71 issues of the sf pulp magazine (with various editors) were published between 1939 - 1955.

''71 issues, Winter 1939 to Summer 1955, published by Love Romances Publishing, with various editors. Subtitled in its early years ''Strange Adventures on Other Worlds - The Universe of Future Centuries'', Planet Stories was the epitome of pulp sf. Its covers were garish in the extreme, and its story titles promised extravagantly melodramatic interplanetary adventures (which the stories themselves frequently provided). A typical selection of featured stories (from 1947 - 1948) includes ''Beneath the Red World's Crust'', ''Black Priestess of Varda'', ''The Outcasts of Solar III'', ''Werwile of the Crystal Crypt'', ''Valkyrie from the Void'' and ''The Beast-Jewel of Mars'', The most popular contributor, and the one whose work characterizes Planet Stories's appeal at its best, was Leigh Brackett, with her many colourful Planetary Romances of love and adventure on Mars, Venus and beyond'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


VG+ copy.

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Planet Stories Winter 1943., PLANET STORIES,  (ed. Malcolm Reiss)
184 PLANET STORIES, (ed. Malcolm Reiss)Planet Stories Winter 1943. 40062
Love Romances Publishing: NY. 1943 (Winter).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
Winter 1943 issue. 71 issues of the sf pulp magazine (with various editors) were published between 1939 - 1955.

''71 issues, Winter 1939 to Summer 1955, published by Love Romances Publishing, with various editors. Subtitled in its early years ''Strange Adventures on Other Worlds - The Universe of Future Centuries'', Planet Stories was the epitome of pulp sf. Its covers were garish in the extreme, and its story titles promised extravagantly melodramatic interplanetary adventures (which the stories themselves frequently provided). A typical selection of featured stories (from 1947 - 1948) includes ''Beneath the Red World's Crust'', ''Black Priestess of Varda'', ''The Outcasts of Solar III'', ''Werwile of the Crystal Crypt'', ''Valkyrie from the Void'' and ''The Beast-Jewel of Mars'', The most popular contributor, and the one whose work characterizes Planet Stories's appeal at its best, was Leigh Brackett, with her many colourful Planetary Romances of love and adventure on Mars, Venus and beyond'' (Malcolm J. Edwards & Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


VG copy.

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Pulp Classics no 11: The Octopus., PULP CLASSICS,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
185 PULP CLASSICS, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp Classics no 11: The Octopus. 31567
Robert Weinberg: Oak Lawn, IL. 1975.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
11th issue. 22 issues of this pulp reprint small-press magazine were published by Robert Weinberg 1972-1979. Reprint of three of the stories from the (only issue published) February-March 1939 issue of THE OCTOPUS pulp magazine - ''The City Condemned To Hell'' by Randolph Craig, ''Little Dolls Of Death'' by Donald G. Cormack, and ''Detour To The Grave'' by Russell Grey, all with original illustrations reproduced. Introduction by Weinberg. 92 pages.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Pulp Classics no 15: The Whisperer., PULP CLASSICS,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
186 PULP CLASSICS, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp Classics no 15: The Whisperer. 34678
Robert Weinberg: Chicago. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
15th issue. 22 issues of this pulp reprint small-press magazine were published by Robert Weinberg 1972-1979. Reprints ''The Football Racketeers'' by Clifford Goodrich from the December 1936 issue of THE WHISPERER pulp magazine, plus ''Calling Car 13'' by Frederick C. Davis, 96 pages.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Pulp Classics no 16: The Skipper., PULP CLASSICS,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
187 PULP CLASSICS, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp Classics no 16: The Skipper. 34677
Robert Weinberg: Chicago. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
16th issue. 22 issues of this pulp reprint small-press magazine were published by Robert Weinberg 1972-1979. Reprints ''Breathless Island'' by Wallace Brooker from the April 1937 issue of THE SKIPPER pulp magazine. 92 pages.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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Pulp Classics no 17: The Secret Six., PULP CLASSICS,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
188 PULP CLASSICS, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp Classics no 17: The Secret Six. 34692
Robert Weinberg: Chicago. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
17th issue. 22 issues of this pulp reprint small-press magazine were published by Robert Weinberg 1972-1979. Reprints the full length novel ''The Red Shadow'' by Robert J. Hogan, from the October 1934 issue of THE SECRET 6 pulp magazine. 114 pages.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Pulp Classics no 19: Doctor Death., PULP CLASSICS,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
189 PULP CLASSICS, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp Classics no 19: Doctor Death. 34691
Robert Weinberg: Chicago. 1979.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Card pictorial wrappers.T
19th issue. 22 issues of this pulp reprint small-press magazine were published by Robert Weinberg 1972-1979. Reprints the book-length novel 12 MUST DIE by Zorro, from the February 1935 issue of DOCTOR DEATH pulp magazine.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Pulp Classics no 20: The Phantom Detective., PULP CLASSICS,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
190 PULP CLASSICS, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp Classics no 20: The Phantom Detective. 34690
Robert Weinberg: Chicago. 1979.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
20th issue. 22 issues of this pulp reprint small-press magazine were published by Robert Weinberg 1972-1979. Reprints the short novel THE EMPEROR OF DEATH by G. Wayman Jones from the February 1933 issue of THE PHANTOM DETECTIVE, plus ''Death On Dow Street'' by Jack d'Arcy from the same issue.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Pulp Classics no 21: The Death Dealers: Fantastic Sleuths Battling Diabolical Villains., PULP CLASSICS,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
191 PULP CLASSICS, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp Classics no 21: The Death Dealers: Fantastic Sleuths Battling Diabolical Villains. 34689
Robert Weinberg: Chicago. 1980.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
21st issue. 22 issues of this pulp reprint small-press magazine were published by Robert Weinberg 1972-1979. Reprints four stories from the detective pulps, two from TEN DETECTIVE ACES and two from FEDERAL AGENT in the 1930s.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Pulp Classics no 2: Python Men Of Lost City by Chester Hawks., PULP CLASSICS,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
192 PULP CLASSICS, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp Classics no 2: Python Men Of Lost City by Chester Hawks. 31570
Robert Weinberg: Oak Lawn, IL. 1974.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
2nd issue. 22 issues of this pulp reprint small-press magazine were published by Robert Weinberg 1972-1979. This issue reprints the novel PYTHON MEN OF LOST CITY by Chester Hawks from the very fist issue of CAPTAIN HAZARD (May 1938). Two page introdution by Weinberg. 64 pages.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Pulp Classics no 3: Revelry In Hell., PULP CLASSICS,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
193 PULP CLASSICS, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp Classics no 3: Revelry In Hell. 31565
Robert Weinberg: Oak Lawn, IL. 1974.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Issue 3. 22 issues of this pulp reprint small-press magazine were published by Robert Weinberg 1972-1979. This issue five stories from UNCANNY TALES, by Russell Gray, Mindret Lord, Allan Echolls, Cyril Plunkett & Donald Graham (the title story). 64 pages.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Pulp Classics no 5: The Moon Man by Frederick Davis., PULP CLASSICS,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
194 PULP CLASSICS, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp Classics no 5: The Moon Man by Frederick Davis. 34683
Robert Weinberg: Oak Lawn, IL. 1974.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
5th issue. 22 issues of this pulp reprint small-press magazine were published by Robert Weinberg 1972-1979. This issue reprints the two ''Moon Man'' stories by Frederick Davis, ''Fingers Of Fear'' and ''The Bleeding Skeleton'', from TEN DETECTIVE ACES, September 1934 and July 1935 issues repectively. With an introduction by G. Allen, and a ''Moon Man'' checklist.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Pulp Classics no 7: America's Secret Service Ace by Nick Carr., PULP CLASSICS,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
195 PULP CLASSICS, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp Classics no 7: America's Secret Service Ace by Nick Carr. 34682
Robert Weinberg: Oak Forest, IL. 1974.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
7th issue. 22 issues of this pulp reprint small-press magazine were published by Robert Weinberg 1972-1979. Non-fiction: essay with chronology and indexes by Nick Carr on the OPERATOR #5 pulp magazine.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Pulp vol 1 no 11., PULP,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
196 PULP, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp vol 1 no 11. 34728
Robert Weinberg: Publisher. 1978 (Fall).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled pictorial wrappers.
11th issue. Fanzine/small-press magazine edited/published by Robert Weinberg. Pulp reprints, articles on the pulps and other material.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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Pulp vol 1 no 12., PULP,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
197 PULP, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp vol 1 no 12. 34729
Robert Weinberg: Publisher. 1980.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled pictorial wrappers.
Issue 12. Fanzine/small-press magazine edited/published by Robert Weinberg. Pulp reprints, articles on the pulps and other material.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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Pulp vol 1 no 13., PULP,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
198 PULP, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp vol 1 no 13. 39599
Robert Weinberg: Publisher. 1981.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled pictorial wrappers.
Issue 13. Fanzine/small-press magazine edited/published by Robert Weinberg. Pulp reprints, articles on the pulps and other material.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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Pulp vol 1 no 6., PULP,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
199 PULP, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp vol 1 no 6. 34723
Robert Weinberg: Publisher. 1974 (Summer).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled pictorial wrappers.
Issue 6. Fanzine/small-press magazine edited/published by Robert Weinberg. Pulp reprints, articles on the pulps and other material.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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Pulp vol 1 no 7., PULP,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
200 PULP, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Pulp vol 1 no 7. 34724
Robert Weinberg: Publisher. 1975 (Spring).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled pictorial wrappers.
Issue 7. Fanzine/small-press magazine edited/published by Robert Weinberg. Pulp reprints, articles on the pulps and other material.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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