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    Weird Tales (Pulp) Dec 1935 (Popular Fiction, 1935) Condition: Apparent VG+. This Margaret Brundage cover features a shackled Conan the Barbarian receiving assistance from the lovely Zenobia, illustrating a scene from the tale "The Hour of the Dragon," by Robert E. Howard (of course). The story was the first chapter of a five-part serial. Other writers contributing to this issue include Clark Ashton Smith, Edmond Hamilton, and Paul Ernst. This pulp is in nice shape with a full, un-faded spine, and cream pages; defects include a water stain on the back cover, a vertical crease through the front cover, and the open edge has been trimmed (hence the Apparent grade). The Ultimate Guide to the Pulps VG value = $75. From the collection of Chris Bell.

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