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    Wonder Stories Group (Standard, 1929-50) Condition: Average GD/VG. This full short box features a fine selections of Hugo Gernsback's sci-fi title (a successor to his own Amazing Stories) includes the June (first issue), August, and December 1929 and April and May 1930 issues of Science Wonder Stories; the June (first issue), July, August, September (classic cover), October, and November (first pulp-format issue)1930; February, March, April, May ("Worlds to Barter" - first published story by John Wyndham), June, July, August, September (scarcest issue of title), October, November (Clark Ashton Smith story), and December ("World of the Red Sun" - first published story by Clifford Simak) 1931; January, February, July, and October (Ashton Smith and H. P. Lovecraft stories) 1932; and the June (GD), August, and October 1933 issues of Wonder Stories; the 1950 Wonder Story Annual; and the Summer (Ashton Smith story), Fall, and Winter 1931, and Fall and Winter 1932 issues of Wonder Stories Quarterly. Approximate Bookery's Guide to Pulps value for group = $875.

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    May, 2007
    27th Sunday
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