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    Argosy/Fantastic Adventures "Venus" Group (Various, 1932-42) Condition: Average GD/VG. Though not quite as popular as his Martian stories, Edgar Rice Burroughs' Venus series were every bit as swashbuckling -- and possibly more mind-bending. Much of the series is featured in this lot, which includes the September 17, 1932 ("Pirates of Venus" part 1; Leonard Stahr cover), March 4 and 11, 1933 ("Lost on Venus" parts 1 and 2), and January 8 (Rudolph Belarski cover), 15, 22, and 29 and February 5 and 12, 1938 issues of Argosy ("Carson of Venus," complete is six parts); and the March, July, and November 1941 and March 1942 issues of Fantastic Adventures ("Escape on Venus" complete in four parts; J. Allen St. John covers). All have complete spines and supple pages. Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value for group = $400.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2007
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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