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    Weird Tales Group (Popular Fiction, 1932). Included in this group are the August (VG), September (VG/FN), October (VG), and November (J. Allen St. John cover - VG+) 1932 issues. Margaret Brundage's first two covers for Weird Tales grace the September and October issues, and the November issue features one of Robert E. Howard's best stories, "Worms of the Earth." Contents also include verse by Howard; stories by Seabury Quinn, G. G. Pendarves, Clark Ashton Smith, and Hugh Cave; and a serialized reprint of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. All but the September issue are Julius Schwartz copies. The spines show a mild amount of fading and soiling but are complete, the covers show some instances of fading but are largely free of defects, and the pages are supple. All have been trimmed along the right edge. Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value for group = $500.

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    February, 2008
    28th-29th Thursday-Friday
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