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    Robert E. Howard. Seven Deluxe Edition Volumes, including: The People of the Black Circle; A Witch Shall Be Born; The Tower of the Elephant; Rogues in the House; The Devil in Iron; Jewels of Gwahlur; Black Colossus. West Kingston, R.I.: Donald M. Grant, 1974-1979.

    Deluxe hardcover editions. Limited to 3,000 copies. Seven quarto volumes (from an eleven-volume set). Illustrated by David Ireland, Alicia Austin, Richard Robertson, Marcus Boas, Dan Green, Dean Morrissey, and Ned Dameron.

    Quarter red cloth over gray paper boards. Gilt spine titles. Dust jackets. Overall fine to very fine. This lot includes seven of the eleven deluxe volumes included in this stunning Robert E. Howard set featuring stories originally published in Weird Tales magazine. From the Robert and Diane Yaspan Collection.


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    February, 2008
    23rd Saturday
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