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    Weird Tales (Popular Fiction, 1924-53) Group of 59. Includes the November 1924 (Bookery's lists as "very rare"; Poor condition with missing covers); January (Fair with front cover missing) and August 1925; November 1927; January, August, October, and December 1928; June 1929; March and July 1934; January, February, April, and May 1935; July 1937; July and November 1938; September and October 1939; March 1940; March, May, July, and September 1941; January, May, July, September, and November 1942; January, March, and July 1943; March, September, and November 1944; March, September, and November 1945; September and November 1946; May 1947; May, July, and November 1948; January and March 1949; March, May (2 copies), and July 1950; January, March, May, September, and November 1951; May, July, and November 1952; March, May, and July 1953 issues of the legendary weird fiction pulp. Contents include works by Robert E. Howard, H. P. Lovecraft, Clark Ashton Smith, Seabury Quinn, Ray Bradbury, Paul Ernst, and numerous others; and many feature classic covers by Hugh Rankin, Margaret Brundage, J. Allen St. John, and Hannes Bok. Most of the pulps are in overall Very Good condition with complete covers and spines that show a moderate to heavy amount of fading, and supple pages with some chipping to the older issues. Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value for group = $3,600. From the Frank Collection.

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