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    Wonder Stories (pulp) Group (Gernsback, 1930-35) Condition: Average VG. This lot consists of Wonder Stories pulps dated February 1931, January 1932, February 1932, July 1932, September 1932, April 1933, June 1933, August 1933, November 1933, December 1933, February 1934, January 1934, April 1934, June 1934, July 1934 (2 copies), August 1934, September 1934, October 1934, November 1934, February 1935, and June 1935; plus Wonder Stories Quarterly Summer 1930, Fall 1930, Winter 1930, Winter 1931, and Summer 1932. Plenty of great cover art by Frank Paul. The Wonder Stories dated January 1932 through August 1933 and all Quarterlys are "bedsheet" format, all others are regular pulp size. The Summer 1932 Quarterly has no back cover; the December 1933 issue and one copy of July 1934 are both Fair to Good condition. Bookery's Guide to Pulps approximate value for group = $720.

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    August, 2006
    10th-11th Thursday-Friday
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