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    Weird Tales Group (Popular Fiction, 1936-37) Condition: Average VG/FN. Includes the November ("Black Hound of Death" by Robert E. Howard) and December ("Haunter of the Dark" by H. P. Lovecraft, "Fire of Asshurbanipal" by Howard) 1936, and February ("Dig Me No Grave" by Howard) and March 1937 issues. The February issue has the distinction of bearing Virgil Finlay's first cover for Weird Tales, while the others bear two covers by Margaret Brundage and one by J. Allen St. John. The spines are complete with fading that ranges from very light to heavy, the covers are unfaded and exhibit only very light wear, and the pages range from cream to off-white. All have been trimmed along the right edge. Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value for group = $400.

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