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    Astounding Stories/Wonder Stories Group (Street & Smith, 1933-41) Condition: Average FR. Includes the December 1933 (PR with covers and most of spine gone); May 1934 (FR with back cover missing); August 1935 (PR with back cover detached and very brittle); November 1941 (2 copies, both GD-) issues of Astounding Stories; and the October 1934 (back cover missing); May (heavy tape repair and reinforcement to spine and edges), June (2, both with back covers detached), August, October (2 copies, both with detached covers), November-December (heavy tape repair and reinforcement to spine and edges) 1935; February, April (3 copies, one FR and one with heavy tape repair and reinforcement to spine and edges) 1936 Wonder Stories. The December '33 issue of Astounding contains "The Demon of the Flower" by Clark Ashton Smith; and the November '41 issue features "Second Stage Lensman" by E. E. "Doc" Smith. Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value = $200.

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    27th Sunday
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