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    Classics Illustrated First Edition Group (Gilberton, 1948-55) Condition: Average VG/FN. Experience the great classics through Classics Illustrated. This 18-issue group has some gems which include: #47 (Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea), 50 (The Adventures of Tom Sawyer), 51 (The Spy), 55 (Silas Marner) (used in Seduction of the Innocent), 59 (Wuthering Heights), 70 (The Pilot), 83 (The Jungle Book), 87 (A Midsummer Nights Dream), 89 (Crime and Punishment), 93 (Pudd'n Head Wilson), #95 (All Quiet on the Western Front), 103 (Men Against the Sea), 105 (From Earth to the Moon), 111 (The Talisman), 114 (The Red Rover), 118 (Rob Roy), 121 (Wild Bill Hickok), and 127 (The King of the Mountains). All are Original Editions. Approximate Overstreet value for group = $475.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2006
    8th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 12
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