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    Weird Tales - July 1936 (Popular Fiction) Condition: FN. Part one of the final Conan tale "Red Nails" by Robert E. Howard, plus works by C. L. Moore and Clark Ashton Smith. This issue hit the stands the month after Howard's death. Margaret Brundage cover. Trimmed. Bookery's Guide to Pulps FN value = $200.

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