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    Assorted Books, Pulps, and Magazines Group (Various, 1894-1958). Includes the January 1894 English Illustrated Magazine; November 1910 The Columbian; November 1924 The Bookman; March 1946 Mammoth Mystery; July 1946 (first issue) and January, May, and September 1947 Mammoth Adventures; Summer 1948 North-West Romances; September and November 1957 and January 1958 Guilty; August 1957 and February and June 1958 Trapped; September 1958 Off Beat; October and December 1957 and February 1958 Sure Fire; April 1956 Hunted Detective; April 1957 Terror Detective Story; a Courrier Graphique edition of Justine by the Marquis de Sade; and proof copies of the novels Desire's Moon, Betray the Night, Sea of Dreams, and Blue Orchids. The pulps and magazines average VG+, with grades ranging from GD+ to FN. Includes #. Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value for pulps = $250.

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