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    Classics Illustrated Group (Gilberton, 1947-69) Condition: Average FN. Includes #24 (A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, HRN 62), 35 (Last Days of Pompeii, HRN 161), 36 (Typee, HRN 169), 42 (Swiss Family Robinson, HRN 169), 48 (David Copperfield, HRN 166), 54 (Man in the Iron Mask, HRN 93), 56 (Toilers of the Sea, HRN 165), 71 (Man Who Laughs, HRN 165), 75 (Lady of the Lake, HRN 139), 79 (Cyrano de Bergerac, HRN 85), 84 (The Gold Bug and Other Stories, HRN 167), 99 (Hamlet, HRN 158), 110 (Study in Scarlet, HRN 165), 115 (How I Found Livingstone, HRN 167), 129 (Davy Crockett, HRN 167), and 148 (The Buccaneer, HRN 568). Grades range from Very Good to Very Fine. Approximate Overstreet value for group = $275.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2009
    22nd Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 6
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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