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    Argosy-All Story Weekly Box Lot (Munsey, 1915-38) Condition: Average VG. Includes the August 21, 1915 (part three of "Barney Custer of Beatrice" by Edgar Rice Burroughs) issue of All-Story Weekly and the June 11 and 25, 1925; April 3, 1926; June 11, August 20, September 24, and November 5 and 12, 1927; July 21, 1928; April 20 and November 16 (Cyrano de Bergerac cover by Paul Stahr), 1929; February 7 and March 14, 1931; November 12, 1932 (Zorro story by Johnston McCulley); April 22, 1933 (Zorro story by McCulley); September 21 and 28 (Zorro story by McCulley), 1935; and April 2, 1938 issues of Argosy. Contents include stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs, C. S. Forester, Ray Cummings, H. Bedford-Jones, and A. Merritt. Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value for group = $500.

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    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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