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    Dime Detective Magazine Group (Popular, 1933-50) Condition: Average VG. Includes the March 15, May 1 (2 copies), November 1, and December 1, 1933; March 15 (classic cover), August 1, November 15, and December 1, 1934; July 1, 1935 (cover trimmed); September 1936 (2 copies); January and April 1937; May 1938; and April 1950 issues. Contents include stories by Cornell Woolrich, Hugh B. Cave, Max Brand, and Carroll John Daly. Though some exhibit mild to moderate amounts of water damage, all have complete and unfaded spines, glossy covers that are mostly free of defects, and supple pages ranging from cream to white. Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value for group = $1,500.

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    28th-29th Thursday-Friday
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