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    Weird Tales Group (Popular Fiction, 1932) Condition: VG unless otherwise stated. Includes the January, February ("The Thing on the Roof" by Robert E. Howard, six-part "The Devil's Bride" serial by Seabury Quinn begins), March, April ("In the Vault" by H. P. Lovecraft), May ("The Horror on the Mound" by Howard, "The Brotherhood of Blood" -- Hugh Cave's first Weird Tales story), June (first J. Allen St. John cover for title, cover partly detached - GD), and July ("Wings in the Night" by Howard, top edge of cover trimmed) 1932 issues. All but the January issue are Julius Schwartz copies. The spines are mostly complete with some fading and mild wear, the covers are complete and show only some minor wear and defects, and the pages are supple. All have been trimmed along the right edge. Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value for group = $750.

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    28th-29th Thursday-Friday
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