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    The Shadow (Street & Smith) December 1936-February 1938 Bound Volumes. Includes copies of the December 1 and 15, 1936; January 1-December 15 1937, and January 1-February 15 1938 issues that have been trimmed and bound into a set of five hardcover volumes. Highlights include the revelation of the Shadow's origin and true identity in the August 1, 1937 issue, and the first appearance of recurring heroine Myra Reldon in the November 15, 1937 issue. The pulps are complete with otherwise undamaged covers, and exhibit a moderate amount of tanning and areas of chipping along the edges. Aside from having been trimmed and bound, the pulps are in overall Very Good condition. The hardcover volumes show some fading to the spine, some mild wear, and corner bumping, but the bindings are solid. Bookery's Guide to Pulps VG value for group = $1,800. From the Frank Collection.

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