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    Weird Tales (Pulp) Feb 1936 Canadian Edition (Popular Fiction, 1936) Condition: FN-. Attractions like the Margaret Brundage Girl vs. Snake cover, a (reprinted) H. P. Lovecraft story, and a Robert E. Howard Conan the Barbarian serial chapter are normally nice enough, but for this pulp the excitement doesn't end there. This copy is in great condition, and even more interestingly, it's a Canadian variant. The bottom of the front cover notes "Printed in Canada," and, like Canadian-variant comics, the inside front and back covers are blank, instead of featuring the advertisements seen on the Stateside versions. The cover of this pulp is clean, bright, and glossy. The spine is tight and unfaded, with only a half-inch scuff near the bottom on the back edge. The pages are a fresh cream to off-white. Considering the smaller population of Canada, this variant is surely scarce, and this copy may well be the finest surviving example. The Ultimate Guide to the Pulps VG value = $60. From the Collection of Chris Bell.

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