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    Strange Tales Group (Clayton, 1931-33) Condition: Average VG. This is a complete run of this short-lived competitor to Weird Tales. Included are the September and November 1931; January ("Wolves of Darkness" by Jack Williamson, classic cover), March, June ("People of the Dark" by Robert E. Howard), and October 1932; and January 1933 ("The Cairn on the Headland by Howard, "Murgunstrum" by Hugh B. Cave, back cover almost detached) issues. The contents also include works by Clark Ashton Smith, Paul Ernst, Ray Cummings, and August Derleth. All feature eerie covers by H. W. Wesso. Although each exhibits mild to moderate water damage around the edges, all are in otherwise great condition with complete spines, great covers with only minor wear, and supple cream to off-white pages with some instances of chipping. Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value value for group = $1,750.

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    February, 2008
    28th-29th Thursday-Friday
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