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    Military and Aviation Pulp Group (Various, 1929-40) Condition: Average VG. An interesting group of pulps with a military or aviation theme. They are Battle Birds June 1933, July 1933, October 1933, November 1933, December 1933, January 1934, March 1934, May 1934, August 1934, and May 1944; Bill Barnes Air Adventurer February 1934 (first issue) and August 1934; Captain Combat April 1940 and June 1940; Thrilling Adventures November 1938 and July 1942 (Louis L'Amour); Under Fire Magazine April 1929 (rare); Adventure August, 1935 and July 1944; George Bruce's Contact September 1933; George Bruce's Squadron November 1933 and December 1933; RAF Aces August 1941; Flying Cadet January 1943; Sky Fighters July 1938 and September 1939; Air Trails October 1928 (first issue); Sky Birds March 1934; Tailspin Tommy #1 October 1936 and #2 January 1937 (spine restoration); and Terence X. O'Leary's War Birds April 1935 and June 1935. Bookery's Guide to Pulps VG value for group = $2,060.From the John McLaughlin Collection.

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    8th-9th Friday-Saturday
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