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    The Golden West Magazine Bound Volume (Golden West Publishing, 1927-28). Presentation copies of the January (first issue, contents page almost completely detached), February, March, April, May, and June 1927, and January, February, March, April, May, and June 1928 issues of Golden West that have been trimmed and bound into a pair of hardcover volumes, the first of which has been inscribed in black ink on the front end paper. Featured authors include Zane Grey, Max Brand, Octavus Roy Cohen, Albert Payson Terhune, and others. Bookery's lists the first issue as "rare," and the series as "scarce" overall. The pulps have begun to turn brown at the edges, and the 1928 issues show some signs of brittleness; otherwise, they're in nice shape and the covers have retained much of their color and gloss. Bookery's Guide to Pulps VG value for group = $460.

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    November, 2007
    4th Sunday
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