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    Classics Illustrated Original Editions Group (Gilberton, 1953-61) Condition: Average VG/FN. Twelve-issue group lot includes #122 ("The Mutineers," HRN 123), 125 ("The Ox Bow Incident," "Picture Progress" replaces re-order list), 126 ("The Downfall," "Picture Progress" replaces re-order list), 127 ("The King of the Mountains," HRN 128), 140 ("On Jungle Trails," HRN 140), 141 ("Castle Dangerous," HRN 141), 142 ("Abraham Lincoln," HRN 142), 143 ("Kim," Joe Orlando art, HRN 143), 144 "The First Men in the Moon," Al Williamson and Angelo Torres art, HRN 143), 156 ("The Conquest of Mexico," Bruno Premiani cover and art, HRN 156), 159 ("The Octopus," L. B. Cole cover, Gray Morrow art, HRN 159), and 162 ("Robur the Conqueror," HRN 162). All are original editions. Approximate Overstreet value for group = $200.

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    October, 2005
    30th Sunday
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