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    Dime Detective Magazine Group (Popular, 1938-52) Condition: Average VG. Includes the August and November (GD/VG) 1938; July 1945; June, August, October, and November 1947; March, April, June-October, November (bondage cover), and December (classic cover) 1948; January, March-May, August, and December 1949; January, February, and May 1950; December 1951; and April 1952 issues. Contents include works by John D. MacDonald, Erle Stanley Gardner, and Theodore Sturgeon. Cover artists include William Baumhofer, Rafael DeSoto, and Norman Saunders. Complete covers and spines, supple pages range from off-white to light tan with tan edges. Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value for group = $675.

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