Annual Pulpfest Auction
Listing ID#: 346119

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Doubletree Hilton 910 Sheraton Drive
Mars, PA 16046
Sale Dates and Times
Saturday Aug 7, 8:00 pm
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Joseph Saine Auctions

Contact: Joseph Saine
Phone: 419-662-8697
Email: josaine@att.net
Website: www.josephsaine.com

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PulpFest is the summertime convention for fans of popular culture both old and new. This longtime event seeks to honor the pulps by drawing attention to the many ways these throwaway magazines of the early 20th century have inspired writers, artists, film directors, game designers, and other creators over the years.
 
PulpFest will be offering 185 lots of pulps, digest magazines, men’s adventure and true crime magazines, plus a selection of joke and gag books and other material from the collection of the late Carl Joecks at this year's convention. The PulpFest 2021 auction will begin at 9 PM on Saturday, August 7.
 
A retired television cameraman, electronic equipment repairman, and carpenter from Vermont, Carl Joecks became enamored with science fiction, comic books, radio, and astronomy during his youth. He was soon collecting the things that he loved.
 

Acquired over many years, Carl stored his collection in a darkened room. Most of his magazines were bagged with backing boards and stored flat for additional protection.

 

In addition to the items mentioned above, the auction will include the 1935 Pleasure Books edition of THE POP-UP BUCK ROGERS and a number of “Ace Doubles,” one of them being the very first double paperback issued by the company. Also featured will be a small number of rare gangster and detective pulps, the 1942 Random House edition of George Lowther's THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, an RKO Distributing Licensing Agreement, dated Nov. 30, 1932, for a showing of KING KONG, a number of "Spicy" and war pulps, and the true first edition of Charles Willeford's first novel, HIGH PRIEST OF CALIFORNIA (published by Royal Books in the "double" format).

Longtime auctioneer Joseph F. Saine of Rossford, Ohio will be managing the auction.

PulpFest 2020 will also be saluting the centennial of author Ray Bradbury’s birth; the 100th anniversary of BLACK MASK — the pulp where the hardboiled detective story took root; and the 120th anniversary of the birth of WEIRD TALES artist Margaret Brundage. “Bradbury, BLACK MASK, and Brundage” have inspired and continue to inspire creators the world over.

If three “B’s” aren’t enough for you, how about Burroughs, Brackett, Baum, a pair of “B” movies, and our special guest: the “B”eautiful Eva Lynd?

Eva was a top model for artists Norm Eastman and Al Rossi, and a frequent collaborator with Doc Savage model Steve Holland.

PulpFest 2020 will have panels, presentations, and more on all of these topics. We hope to see you August 6 - 9 at the beautiful DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry, just outside of Pittsburgh in Mars, Pennsylvania for a fantastic weekend of buying and selling, exciting panels and presentations, and a truly amazing auction.

To learn more about PulpFest 2020, please visit www.pulpfest.com.

 

 

PULPFEST 2020 CARL JOECKS ESTATE AUCTION

 

Lot #1 — 2 Popular Publications Detective PulpsAce G-Man Stories for 11/38 (major rodent damage) & Detective Tales for 02/39

 

Lot #2 — Complete Underworld Novelettes for Spring 1932 (first of 9 issues) — RESERVE

 

Lot #3 — 3 detective pulps — Detective Fiction Weekly for 01/04/41 (Munsey), Detective Story Magazine for 01/31/31 (Street & Smith), Double Detective for 03/39 (Munsey)

 

Lot #4 — 2 Columbia detective pulps  — Double Action Detective for 01/39 (2nd of 8 issues), Famous Detective for 08/51 (formerly Crack Detective)

 

Lot #5 — 2 Culture Publications detective pulps — Hollywood Detective for 05/44 & Speed Detective for 10/45

 

Lot #6 — 3 issues of Popular Detective (Standard) — 08/37, 10/42 & 06/43

 

Lot #7 — Ten Story Gang for March 1939 (4th of 6 issues of this Winford Publications gangster pulp) — RESERVE

 

Lot #8 — Top-Notch Detective for March 1939 (last of 3 issues of this Marvel Comics Red Circle detective pulp— RESERVE

 

 

Lot #9 — Undercover Detective for April 1939 (last of 3 issues of this Double-Action detective pulp) — RESERVE

 

Lot #10 — 2 Hero Pulps — Phantom Detective for 06/45 (Murder for Millions) & Secret Agent X for 03/39 (“Yoke of the Crimson Coterie” with major rodent damage)

 

Lot #11 — 2 Hero Comic Books from Latin AmericaO Sombra #1 (The Shadow) from 1974 (DC Comics, Mike Kaluta cover, Brazilian edition) & El Spirit #3 (The Spirit) from 1966 (Mexican edition)

 

Lot #12 — 24 True Crime Magazines — Amazing Detective Case for 02 & 11/41, Best True Fact Detective for 02 - 03/49, Crime Detective for 02/39, 06 & 12/41, 06/42, Detective Year Book for 1943, Front Page Detective for 04/40, Headline Detective for 10/42, Headquarters Detective for 02 & 04/41 and 04, 09, 11 & 12/43, Inside Detective for 03/56, Master Detective for 09/42, Real Detective for 06 & 07/42, Special Detective Cases for 07/42, True Crime Detective for 01 - 03/48 (single issue), True Crime Unmasked for 07/43 (second issue) & True Mystery for 08/56

 

Lot #13 — 27 True Romance, Confession & Movie MagsActual Confessions for 12/61, Intimate Romances for 08 & 09/55, Modern Romances for 03/54, 02, 03, 07, & 08/55, & 07/56, Movie Club for W/95, Movie Lifes Merv Griffin, 1979, My Confessions for 02/61, Photoplay for 08/45, Real Confessions for 12/58, Screen Stories for 11/51, 04/53, 06/53, Secret Life for 03/60, Secrets for 03/60, True Confessions for 02/54, 12/60, 11/61, True Experience for 10/60, True Love for 04/53, True Problems for 06/56, Uncensored Confessions for 05/61 & Your Romance for 06/59

 

Lot #14 — 32 Gossip Magazines (one duplicate) — Confidential for 07/54, 05/55, 06/56, Inside Story for 03/55, 08/56, The New Lowdown for 03/58, Real Medic Stories for 10/62, Sensation for 07, 09, 10, 11, & 12/42, 01/43, 02/43, Suppressed for 01/56, True Story for 10/51 (2 copies), 12/51, 08/52, 09/53, 11/54, 12/54, 03/55, 07/55, 02/56, 04/66, 03/67, Uncensored for 05/58, 01/60 & Whisper for 09/55, 11/55, & 01/56

 

Lot #15 — 7 Early Ray Bradbury BooksFahrenheit 451 (Ballantine Books #41, 1st paperback printing in poor condition), Fahrenheit 451 (Del Rey Everbind Books edition, 51st printing in VG condition), The Illustrated Man (Bantam Books #991, 1st paperback printing in good+ condition), The Machineries of Joy (1st Simon & Schuster hardcover printing with dust jacket, both in good condition), The Martian Chronicles (Bantam Books #886, 1st paperback printing in fair condition), The Martian Chronicles (Bantam Books #1261, 3rd paperback printing in poor to fair condition), 3 to the Highest Power (Avon #S336, 1st paperback printing in good condition  with first paperback printing of Bradbury’s “The Lost City of Mars” + stories by Chad Oliver & Theodore Sturgeon)

 

Lot #16 — 6 Assorted Science Fiction Pulps — Out of This World Adventures for 07/50 (1st of 2 Avon issues), Super Science Stories for 04/43 (Canadian issue contains content of 11/42 US issue), Tops in Science Fiction for Spring 1953 (1st of 2 Fiction House issues), Two Complete Science Adventure Books for Winter for Winter 1950 (first issue with stories by Asimov and L. Ron Hubbard) & Unknown for March 1940 (British)

 

Lot #17 — 9 issues Astonishing Stories (Popular Publications) — 08/40, 02, 04, 09, & 11/41, 06/42, 12/42, 02/43. 04/43 (9 issues of 16-issue run)

 

Lot #18 — 10 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — 01/39 (issue #1), 03, 05, 07, & 11/39, 01, 03, 05, 07, & 09/40 (ten of first eleven issues)

 

Lot #19 — 10 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — 01/41, 05/41, 05, 07, 09, & 11/42, 01, 03, 06, & F/43

 

Lot #20 — 8 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — W, SP, SU, & F/44 & W, SP, SU, & F/45 (2 years complete)

 

Lot #21 — 10 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — W, 03, SP, SU, & F/46 & 01, 03, 05, 07, 09, 11/47 (2 years complete)

 

Lot #22 — 11 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — 01, 03, 05, & 09/48, 01, 03, 09, & 11/49, 01, 03, & 09/50

 

Lot #23 — 10 Standard Magazines Science Fiction Pulps — Startling Stories for 11/51, 04/52, & SP/55, Fantastic Story Quarterly for SP/50 (1st issue) & F/50, W/51, SP/51, Fantastic Story Magazine for SU/51 & SU/54 & Space Stories for 10/52 (first of five total issues)

 

Lot #24 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 02/38, 02, 04, 06, 08, & 10/39, 01, 03, 04, & 06/40

 

Lot #25 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, & 12/40, 02, 03, 04, 06/41

 

Lot #26 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 10/41, 12/41, 02, 06, 08, 10, & 12/42, 02, 04, & 06/43

 

Lot #27 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 08/43, F/43, W, SP, SU, & F/44, W/45, SU/45, W/46, SP/46

 

Lot #28 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — SU/46, 02, 06, 08, 10, & 12/47, 02, 04, 06, & 08/48

 

Lot #29 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 10/48, 12/48, 02, 04, 08, 10, & 12/49, 02 & 04/50 (loose front cover), 06/50

 

Lot #30 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 08, 10, & 12/50, 02, 04, 08, 10, 12/51, 02/52, 06/52

 

Lot #31 — 10 issues Super Science Stories (Popular Publications) — 01, 03, 05, 08, & 11/41 (complete second year), 05, 08, & 11/42, 02/43, 04/49

 

Lot #32 — 11 miscellaneous Science Fiction Pulps — Amazing Stories for 04/47, 03/50, 08/50, 12/51, Amazing Stories Quarterly (large size pulp with various excerpts bound together), Famous Fantastic Mysteries for 02/41, 09/45, 04/47, Fantastic Adventures for 08/52 & 01/53 & Fantastic Novels for 01/50

 

Lot #33 — 5 issues Science-Fiction Plus (Gernsback Publications) — 03/53 (first issue), 06, 08, 10, & 12/53 (final issue of seven-issue run) (all large size)

 

Lot #34 — 4  bedsheet issues & 1 pulp issue Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback’s Stellar Pub.) — 07/32, 12/32, 01/33, 03/33, 8/35

 

Lot #35 — 4  bedsheet issues & 1 pulp issue Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback’s Stellar Pub.) — 05, 06, 08, 10/33, 9/35

 

Lot #36 — 5 pulp issues Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback’s Stellar Pub.) — 12/33, 06, 07, 10, & 11/34

 

Lot #37 — 5 pulp issues Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback’s Stellar Pub.) — 02, 03, 08, 09, & 11/35, 01-02/36 (second last Gernsback issue)

 

Lot #38 — 8 issues Science Fiction Quarterly (Columbia Publications, 2nd series) — 05/51 (first issue), 11/53, 02, 05, & 11/55, 05/56, 08/56, 05/57

 

Lot #39 — The Adventures of Superman by George Lowther (Random House 1942 edition in dust jacket with foxing to page edges and adhesive residue on inside covers. The illustration following page 52 is loose) — RESERVE

 

Lot #40 — 2 Movie Distribution Agreements — RKO Distributing Licensing Agreements, both dated Nov. 30, 1932, for Frank Buck’s Bring ‘Em Back Alive” &The Eighth Wonder” (formerly called Kong”). The film would later be titled King Kong”

 

Lot #41 — nearly 60 magazine & comic book issues of Will Eisner’s “The Spirit” — The Spirit #1 - 8, 10 - 13 (Warren Publishing, 12 magazine issues), The Spirit #17, 18, 20 - 22 (Kitchen Sink, 5 magazine issues), The Spirit #2 - 6, 8, 12, 14, 18, 19, 21 - 33, 35 - 38, 40 - 44, 51, 52, 54 (2), 55 - 57, 60 (Kitchen Sink Comics (40 issues + 1 duplicate), Will Eisner’s 3 - D Classics Featuring The Spirit #1

 

Lot #42 — Four 12¢ Comics from the 1960s — First Men in the Moon (Gold Key, 1965), Magnus Robot Fighter #20 (Gold Key, 11/67), Strange Adventures #133 (DC, 10/61), Superman #151 (DC, 02/62)

 

Lot #43 — Four mass market magazines with 3 featuring essays by Arthur C. Clarke — Collier’s, 03/02/52 — “Man Will Conquer Space Soon” (features cover art by Chesley Bonestell), Holiday, 03/53 — Arthur C. Clarke’s “A Journey to Mars,” Holiday, 08/54 — Arthur C. Clarke’s “Undersea Holiday,” Holiday, 02/55 — Arthur C. Clarke’s “Weekend on the Moon”

 

Lot #44 — Complete Year of Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact for 1961 (Jan - Dec)

 

Lot #45 — 15 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1962 Jan, March, April, May, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1963 Jan, Feb, April (large), July (large) & 1980 Jan (50th anniversary issue))

 

Lot #46 — 26 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1965 Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1966 Jan, Feb, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1967 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, Oct, Dec & 1968 Jan, Feb, Mar, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct

 

Lot #47 — 28 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1969 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1970 Jan, Feb, March, June, July, Aug, Sep, Nov, Dec & 1971 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Oct, Nov

 

Lot #48 — 28 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1971 Dec, 1972 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1973 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, 1974 Nov, Dec & 1975 Jan, Feb, Apr

 

Lot #49 — 28 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1975 June, July, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1976 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, 1977 April, May, June, July, 1978 Feb, March, April, 1979 July, 1980 Jan (50th anniversary issue), Feb,1990 Jan (60th anniversary issue) & 1992 Jan (anniversary double issue)

 

Lot #50 — 21 miscellaneous Issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1961 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov (no front cover), Dec, 1965 Sep, 1971 Dec, 1972 Feb, Aug, Dec, 1973 Jan (2), Feb & 1980 Jan (50th anniversary issue)

 

Lot #51 — 14 issues Galaxy Science Fiction Novel — #1 (Sinister Barrier), #3 (Prelude to Space), #4 (The Amphibians), #5 (The World Below), #7 (Empire), #10 (Rat Race), #13 (Seeds of Life), #14 (Pebble in the Sky), #15 (Three Go Back), #16 (Warriors of Day), #17 (Well of the Worlds), #21 (The Humanoids), #23 (Murder in Space) & #31 (Shambleau)

 

Lot #52 — 3 issues of Adventure — 1917 Sep (first), 1919 March (first) & 1924 Dec 30 — RESERVE

 

Lot #53 — 3 issues of Adventure — 1934 July (Baumhofer), 1939 Nov (Baumhofer) & 1947 Oct

 

Lot #54 — 10 issues of Blue Book — 1937 May (pulp), 1938 Feb (pulp), 1946 Nov (large size) & 1947 Feb, Mar, Apr, June, Aug, Sep, Dec (large size)

 

Lot #55 — 11 issues of Blue Book (all large size) — 1948 Jan, Mar, Oct, 1949 Jan, Apr, 1950 Mar, Sep, 1951 Jan, Sep, 1953 July & 1954 Feb

 

Lot #56 — 6 issues of Argosy & Short Stories — Argosy for 1920 Jan 10, March 13 & 1938 Nov 5 and Short Stories for 1946 Sep 10, Sep 25 & 1948 Oct 10 (no back cover)

 

Lot #57 — 2 issues of Cartoons Magazine (published by H. H. Windsor from 1912 to 1922) — 11/19 & 01/21

 

Lot #58 — 6 Early General Interest Magazines — The Cosmopolitan for 09/01, The Forum for June 1891, McClure’s Magazine for Oct 1899, Munsey’s Magazine for Feb 1895 and Jan 1900 & World Progress for 04/30/31

 

Lot #59 — 6 Miscellaneous Science Fiction Digests (most first issues) — Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine for Spring 1977 (#1), Beyond Infinity for Nov/Dec 1967 (first issue), International Science Fiction for Nov 1967 (first issue), Rocket Stories for 04/53, Science Fiction Classics for Summer 1967 (first issue) & Worlds Beyond for 01/51

 

Lot #60 — 6 Miscellaneous Science Fiction Digests (most first issues) — Science Fiction Digest for Winter 1954 (first issue), Science Fiction Digest for Oct/Nov 1981 (first issue), Star for Jan 1958 (first and only issue), Unearth for Winter 1977 (#1), Wonder Stories Science Fiction Anthology for 1957 (one-off) & Worlds Beyond for 1950 Dec (first issue)

 

Lot #61 — 3 Avon Science Fiction Digests — Avon Science Fiction Reader for Winter 1951 (#2) & Avon Science Fiction and Fantasy Reader for Jan 1953 (#1) and Apr 1953 (#2)

 

Lot #62 — 4 issues Beyond Fantasy Fiction (Galaxy Pub.) — 1954 Jan, Mar, Sep & Jan 1955 (final issue)

 

Lot #63 — 2 Short Run Science Fiction Digests from the 1950s — Cosmos Science Fiction and Fantasy for Sept 1953 (first of 4 issues) & Space Science Fiction for Spring 1957 (first of 2 issues)

 

Lot #64 — 3 Fantasy Digests from the 1950s — Fantasy Book for W/50 (#6), Fantasy Fiction for 11/53 (final issue) & Fantasy Stories for 11/50 (2nd of two issues)

 

Lot #65 — 3 issues Bill Barnes Air Trails — 12/35 (front cover loose), 04/36, 08/36

 

Lot #66 — 3 issues Bill Barnes Air Trails — 09/36, 10/36, 01/37

 

Lot #67 — 3 issues Air Trails (with Bill Barnes) — 02/37, 05/37, 07/37

 

Lot #68 — 3 issues Air Trails (with Bill Barnes) — 01/38, 02/38, 03/38

 

Lot #69 — 6 issues Air Trails (2 with Bill Barnes) — 07/38, 11/38 (both with Barnes), 10/39, 05/47, 07/47 & 09/47

 

Lot #70 — 8 Gernsback Science Magazines — Everyday Science & Mechanics for 04/33, 07/33, 10/34, 11/34, 12/35 (2 copies), Popular Science Monthly for 03/34 (not Gernsback) & Science and Invention for 03/24 (includes some science fiction) and 01/30

 

Lot #71 — 9 issues Radio-Craft (Hugo Gernsback) — 11/30, 5, 08, & 10/32, 10/35, 04, 06, & 10/36, 11/37

 

Lot #72 — 12 issues of Hugo Gernsback Radio Magazines — Radio News for 04/25 (contains one story), 09/29, 12/29, 01/30, 07/30 & Short Wave Craft for 07/31, 06/33, 01, 08, & 12/35, 04/36, 06/36

 

Lot #73 — Spicy-Adventure Stories for 03/36 — RESERVE

 

Lot #74 — Spicy Mystery Stories for 12/35 (“Death Orchids”) — RESERVE

 

Lot #75 — Saucy Movie Tales for 12/35 (3rd issue — front cover loose, no back cover)

 

Lot #76 — 3 Sports Pulps — Fight Stories for Fall 1937 & Sports Novels for 09/48 (2 copies)

 

Lot #77 — Red Seal Western for Oct 1939 (Ace Periodicals)

 

Lot #78 — Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction for F/49 (1st issue) & F/50 (4th issue)

 

Lot #79 — 23 issues Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1953 April, June, 1954 April, Aug, Oct, 1955 Jan, May, Nov, 1956 Apr, 1958 Feb, Mar, April, May, Sep, 1959 Feb, April, May, Oct & 1960 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May

 

Lot #80 — 24 issues Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1960 June, July, Nov, 1961 Jan, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & 1962 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Nov, Dec

 

Lot #81 — 23 issues Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1963 Jan, April, May, Aug, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1964 Jan, Feb, March, May, June, July, Aug, 1965 July, 1966 Feb, April, Oct, Nov, 1967 Jan, Feb, March, Dec & 1968 July

 

Lot #82 — 24 issues Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1968 Aug, Sep, Oct, 1969 Jan, July, 1970 Apr, Oct, 1971 Apr, May, July, Aug, Sep, 1972 April, 1973 March, Sep, 1974 April, Oct, 1975 March, 1976 Oct, Nov, 1977 July, 1978 April, 1979 Oct (30th anniversary issue) & 1980 April

 

Lot #83 — 19 miscellaneous issues The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1950 Fall (4th issue), 1955 May, 1961 June, July, Sep, Nov, Dec, 1962 Jan, Feb, March, July, Sep, 1963 Jan, Nov, Dec, 1964 June, 1965 July, 1971 April & 1972 April

 

Lot #84 — 10 Issues Fantastic Universe digest issues — 1953 June/July (1st issue), 1954 Sep, 1957 Mar, 1958 Aug, 1959 Mar, Sep (trimmed pulp issues), 1959 Oct, Nov, Dec & 1960 Jan

 

Lot #85 — 5 Miscellaneous Fantasy Digests (most first issues) — Coven 13 for Sept 1969 (first issue) & March 1970 (last issue with this title), Fear for 05/60 (first issue), Shock — The Magazine of Terrifying Tales for 05/60 (#1) & Worlds of Fantasy for Winter 1968 (first issue)

 

Lot #86 — 14 issues of Imagination — 1950 Dec, 1951 Feb, 1952 March, May, Dec, 1953 Nov, 1954 May, 1956 Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct, 1957 Feb & 1958 Aug

 

Lot #87 — 13 issues of Imaginative Tales & Space Travel — Imaginative Tales — 1964 Sep (#1), 1955 Sep, Nov, 1956 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov, 1957 Sep, 1958 May & Space Travel (title change) — July 1958 (#1), Nov 1958

 

Lot #88 — 7 Occult & Strange Mystery Magazines — Borderline—The Magazine Which Dares The Unknown for 1954 Sep (first issue), Fate (Ray Palmer) for 1949 Nov, 1952 Apr/May, 1954 May, Mystic MagazIne for 1953 Nov (first issue), Science Digest for 1956 March & Tomorrow for 1952-53 Winter issue (#2)

 

Lot #89 — 7 Occult & Strange Mystery Magazines — Dream World for 1952 Feb (first issue), Fate (Ray Palmer) for 1950 Dec, 1953 Jan, Mystic Magazine for 1953 Nov (first issue), Strange—The Magazine of True Mysteries for 1952 March (first issue), & War in the Atomic Age? (1946)

 

Lot #90 — True First Edition of Charles Willeford’s 1st Novel 1950 — “High Priest of California” (paired with Talbot Mundy’s “Full Moon” (Royal Books Giant Edition #20), (spine roll with creases, cover tears, folds, and creasing, edge yellowing, scarce volume) — RESERVE

 

Lot #91 — 31 Issues of Dick Tracy Monthly from 1987-88 & 3 trade paperbacks (all Blackthorne Publishing), plus more — comic book issue #s 7 - 12, 14 - 15, 39 - 45, 54 - 69, book #s 8 - 10 (Blackthorne) & Everything Comes Up Blank” (audio tape, episode 2)

 

Lot #92 — 29 EC Comic Book Reprints — Crime SuspenStories #2, 5 (Russ Cochran), Crime SuspenStories #25 (East Coast Comics), The Crypt of Terror #1 (East Coast Comics), The Haunt of Fear #2 (Gladstone), The Haunt of Fear #12 (Russ Cochran), The Haunt of Fear #23 (East Coast Comics), The Nostalgic Mad #3, 7 (EC Comics, 1970s), Panic, Vol. 1 (Gemstone) (paperback reprint of #1 - 4), Shock SuspenStories #5, 6, 12 (East Coast Comics), Two-Fisted Tales #2 - 5 (Russ Cochran), Two-Fisted Tales #23 (East Coast Comics), The Vault of Horror #5 (Gladstone), The Vault of Horror #26 (East Coast Comics), Weird Fantasy #13 (East Coast Comics), Weird Science #1 - 4 (Gladstone), Weird Science #3, 5 (Russ Cochran), Weird Science #15 (East Coast Comics) & Weird Science-Fantasy #2 (Russ Cochran)

 

Lot #93 — 17 Mr. Monster Comic Books (Eclipse Comics) — Doc Stearn’s Mr. Monster #5, 7 (2), 8 (2), 9, 10, Mr. Monster’s Hi-Octane Horror #1, Mr. Monster’s Hi-Shock Schlock! #1, 2, M. Monster’s Super Science #1, Mr. Monster’s True Crime Comics #1 (2), 2 (3) & Mr. Monster’s Weird Tales of the Future #1

 

Lot #94 — 3 Vintage Comic Strip Reprints — 1928 — Bringing Up Father Series #13 (Cupples & Leon), 1930 — Bringing Up Father Series #18 (Cupples & Leon) & 1951 — Pogo by Walt Kelly —(Simon and Schuster)

 

Lot #95 — 5 Non-Science Fiction Digest Novels — Black Cat Detective Series #14, Dark Power by Elisabeth Sanxay Holding (Crestwood, 1945), Black Cat Western Series #43, Renegade Guns by James L. Rubel (Crestwood, 1945), The Tattooed Man by Howard Pease (Comet Books, 2nd printing, 1948), The Case of the Walking Corpse by Armstrong Livingston (David Lucom, 1945) & The Man Who Feared by Will F. Jenkins, AKA Murray Leinster, (A Hangman’s House Mystery, date unknown)

 

Lot #96 — 5 Non-Science Fiction Digest Novels — Mystery Novel Classic #57, Death Writes an Ad by Marion Holbrook (Hillman), plus 3 Thriller Novel Classics — #4, The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu by Sax Rohmer, #24, Deadline for Destruction by Charles L. Leonard & #31, Fear Came First by Vera Kelsey (all by Hillman) & Murder in the House with the Blue Eyes by J. N. Darby (Margood, A Thrilling Mystery Novel,  1944)

 

Lot #97 — 3 Crime and Detective Digests — Hunted Detective Story Magazine for 12/54 (#1), Sleuth Mystery Magazine for 12/58, Suspense Magazine for Spring 1951 (first of 4 issues)

 

Lot #98 — 2 Rare Specialty Digests — Avon Modern Short Story Monthly #51 (1950) (final issue of the magazine’s run) & Jack London’s Adventure Magazine for Oct 1958 (1st of two issues)

 

Lot #99 — 2 Girlie Pulps — Bunk for May 1933 (final issue) & Film Fun for Dec 1939

 

Lot #100 — 2 Girlie Pulps — Gay Book for June 1935 & La Paree Stories for July 1934

 

Lot #101 — 2 Girlie Pulps — Reel Humor for May 1939 & Reel Screen Fun for April 1936

 

Lot #102 — 2 Girlie Pulps — Silk Stocking Stories for March 1938 & 10 Story Book for Oct 1931

 

Lot #103 — 5 Railroad Pulps — Railroad Stories for 04/34 & 12/35 & Railroad Magazine for 10/37, 06/38, 06/43

 

Lot #104 — 22 Issues of Amazing Stories — 1953 Oct/Nov (4th digest iss.), 1956 Feb, July, Nov, Dec, 1957 Jan, June, Aug, Sep, 1958 Sep, 1959 Oct, Nov & 1960 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct

 

Lot #105 — 22 Issues of Amazing Stories — 1960 Nov, Dec, 1961 Jan, Feb, March, May, June, Aug, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1962 Jan, Feb, April, June, July, Aug, Nov & 1963 Jan, Feb, March, April

 

Lot #106 — 22 Issues of Amazing Stories — 1963 June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Dec, 1964 Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & 1965 Jan, Feb, April, May, June

 

Lot #107 — 22 Issues of Amazing Stories (+ 2 dups) — 1965 Aug, Oct, Dec, 1966 Aug, Oct, 1969 Nov (2 copies), 1970 March, May, Nov, 1971 Jan, March, May, July, 1972 Jan, March, May, July (2 copies), Sep, Nov & 1973 Jan, March, June

 

Lot #108 — Buck Rogers Pop-Up Set (3 pieces) — “The Pop-Up Buck Rogers,” 1935 Pleasure Books edition (first & third pop-ups are damaged), Applewood Books reprint edition of “The Pop-Up Buck Rogers” from 1994 in fine condition & The Pop-Up Buck Rogers in A Dangerous Mission,” 1934 Blue Ribbon Press edition (although the pop-up background illustration is still within the copy, the actual pop-up itself is missing)

 

Lot #109 — 10 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, D-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — D-31 (1st SF Double), D-44, D-69, D-94, D-99, D-110, D-113, D-118, D-162, D-164 — RESERVE

 

Lot #110 — 10 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, D-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — D-173, D-176, D-199, D-205, D-215, D-223, D-237, D-242, D-255, D-277 — RESERVE

 

Lot #111 — 10 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, D-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — D-299, D-315, D-322, D-331, D-345, D-351, D-358, D-362, D-369, D-381 — RESERVE

 

Lot #112 — 10 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, D-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — D-44, D-403, D-407, D-427, D-431, D-437, D-443, D-471, D-485, D-497 — RESERVE

 

Lot #113 — 7 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, F and G-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — F-104, F-117, F-141, F-185, G-606, G-609 (2 copies) RESERVE

 

Lot #114 — 7 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, M-Series (condition range is good to near fine, most at upper end of range) — M-103, M-105, M-107, M-113, M-115, M-117, M-123 — RESERVE

 

Lot #115 — 14 issues Future Science Fiction (+ 2 duplicates) — Science Fiction for Jan 1941 (pulp) & Future Science Fiction for May/June 1950 (2 copies) & Nov 1950 (both pulp) and 1955 (#28), 1956 (#29), 1957 Spring (#32) (2 copies), 1958 June, Aug, Oct, Dec, 1959 Aug & 1960 Feb (penultimate issue) (all digests)

 

Lot #116 — 13 issues Science Fiction Stories (continuation of Future Science Fiction) — 1953 Winter (#1), 1955 Jan (“The Original” is added to the title with the 09/55 issue), \1956 May, July, 1957 May, Sep, \1958 June, Sep, Nov, 1959 Feb, July, Sep & 1960 Jan (all digests)

 

Lot #117 — 7 Miscellaneous Science Fiction Digests — Gamma for 11/63 (2nd issue), New Worlds Science Fiction (US edition) for 03/60 & 07/60, Science Fiction Digest for W/54 (first issue), Space Science Fiction for Spring 1957 (first of 2 issues), Vanguard Science Fiction for 06/58 (first issue) & Worlds Beyond for 12/50 (first issue)

 

Lot #118 — 8 issues Infinity Science Fiction — 1955 Nov (first issue), 1956 June, Aug, Oct, 1957 April & 1958 June, Oct, Nov

 

Lot #119 — 10 Men’s Adventure Magazines — Argosy for 04/58, Battle Cry for 10/56, Challenge for 03/58, The Flying Saucer Menace, 1967, For Men Only for 04/58 & 11/72, Man’s Action for 03/58, Man’s Illustrated for 12/56, Man’s Magazine for 04/58 & Man to Man for 10-11/51

 

Lot #120 — 10 Men’s Adventure Magazines — Man’s World for 04/68, Men for 09/53, Mr. for 07/56 & Sir for 01/46, 09/49, 12/50, 07/51, 06/52, 11/57 & 04/58

 

Lot #121 — 11 Men’s Adventure Magazines — Real  for 09/56 Sep, Real War for 10/58, Saga for 10/57, 06/63, & 11/64, Sport Life for 03/56, Sportsman for 11/56 & 08/57, True for 02/52, True Strange for 12/57 & World War #3 (1940)

 

Lot #122 — 10 Men’s Adventure MagazinesStag for 02/55, 04/57& 06/66 & True for 02/46, 02/56, 05/56, 05/58, 12/59, 07/62, 09/62

 

Lot #123 — 15 Special Issue & Prestige Format Comic Books — The Adventures of Superman #500 (DC), Batman #500 (DC), Batman/Judge Dredd #2 (DC), Detective Comics March 1937 Millennium Edition (DC), Detective Comics #38 Millennium Edition (DC), Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #1 Millennium Edition (DC), More Fun Comics #73 Millennium Edition (DC), JLA Resents Plastic Man 38-Page Special #1 (DC), Robin II: The Joker’s Wild #1 (DC), Secret Origins #17 (Starring Adam Strange & Dr. Occult) (DC), Spider-Man #50 (Marvel), Web of Spider-Man #100 (Marvel), Superman: For All Seasons #1 (DC), Superman: King of the World #1 (DC), Superman: Save the Planet #1 (DC) & an added bonus of The Adventures of Batman & Robin Mini-Poster #4 of 9 — “The Penguin” (DC)

 

Lot #124 — 18 Photo Digest Magazines — Eye for 02, 05, & 10/54, Foto-Rama for 10/54 & 11/58, Photo for 10/53, 04, 08, & 09/54, Picture Scope for 09/55, 01/56, Scoop for 03/54, Sensation for 01/54, 03/54, Tab for 05/54, 10/54, 12/55 & Vue for 03/55

 

Lot #125 — 1927 Paramount Pictures program plus press book for William A. Wellman’s Motion Picture WINGS

 

Lot #126 — 4 Sleazy Novels in Digest Format — Unfaithful! by Luther Gordon (Quarter Books #22), Pleasure Girl by Luther Gordon (Quarter Books #34), One Night with Diane by Harvey Jones (Quarter Books #63) & Waterfront Hotel by Norman Bligh (Quarter Books #78)

 

Lot #127 — 4 Sleazy Novels in Digest Format — Sinful! by James Clayford (Quarter Books #27), Everybody Loves Irene! by Wright Williams (Quarter Books #62), Love Life of a Hollywood Mistress by Florence Stonebraker (Quarter Books #73) & Bad Sue by Norman Bligh (Quarter Books #79)

 

Lot #128 — 4 Sleazy Novels in Digest Format — Girl-Hungry by William E. Gordon (Carnival Books #908), Illicit Pleasures by Peggy Gaddis (Quarter Books #82), Bonanza Queen by Zola Ross (Reader’s Choice Library #25) & Strange Circle by Gale Sydney (Stallion Books #208)

 

Lot #129 — 4 Sleazy Novels in Digest Format — Midnight Sinners by John Caldwall (Carnival Books #945), Wild Weekend by Gene Harvey (Candid Love Novels #21 — Crestwood), Off Limits! by George L. Bottari (Rainbow #130) & Side Street by Wright Williams (Uni-Book #20)

 

Lot #130 — Fantastic #2 & 3 (Ziff-Davis) — Fall 1952 (#2) and Nov/Dec 1952 (#3)

 

Lot #131 — 3 early issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — Jan/Feb 1953 (#4), Mar/Apr 1953 (#5) & Sep/Oct 1953 (#8)

 

Lot #132 — 17 issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — 1957 Mar, Nov, 1958 July (Shaver issue), 1960 Feb, April, June, July, Aug, Sep, Nov, Dec & 1961 Jan, Feb, April, June, July, Oct

 

Lot #133 — 17 issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — 1961 Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1962 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Nov, Dec & 1963 Jan

 

Lot #134 — 17 issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — 1962 Feb, May, July, 1963 June, July, Aug, Dec, 1964 May, Aug, Sep, Oct & 1965 Jan, Feb, April, May, Sep, Nov

 

Lot #135 — 17 issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — 1966 Jan, Mar, 1968 Aug, 1969 Dec, 1970 Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct, Dec, 1971 Feb, April, June, 1972 April, Aug & 1975 Aug, Sword & Sorcery Annual

 

Lot #136 — Marvel Science Fiction for Nov 1951 — published by Martin Goodman (Marvel Comics)

 

Lot #137 — First 3 issues of Orbit — Winter 1953 (#1), Spring 1953 (#2) & July/Aug 1954 (#3)

 

Lot #138 — 21 issues of Other Worlds Science Stories (Ray Palmer) — 1949 Nov (first issue), 1950 Jan (2nd issue), 1950 July, Sep, Oct, Nov, 1951 Jan, March, May, Oct, 1952 March, Aug, Oct, 1953 Feb, March, June, 1955 July, Sep, 1956 April, June, Sep & a special bonus — First Issue of Mystic Magazine, Nov 1953 (also published by Ray Palmer)

 

Lot #139 — 6 issues of Satellite Science Fiction (Leo Margulies’ Renown Publications) — 1956 Oct (#1), 1956 Dec (#2), 1957 Feb (#3), 1958 Aug, Oct & 1959 Feb (1st of 4 large size editions)

 

Lot #140 — Fifteen 3D Comic Books (glasses included) — Battle for a Three Dimensional World (3D Cosmic Publications), Larry Harmon’s Bozo in 3-D (Blackthorne Publishing), 3-D Bullwinkle and Rocky (Blackthorne Publishing), Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Wallace Wood (The 3-D Zone), Electric Fear (The 3-D Zone), 3-D The Flintstones (Blackthorne Publishing), G. I. Joe in 3-D (Blackthorne Publishing), Jet 3-D (The 3-D Zone), 3-D Lars of Mars (Eclipse Comics), Ms.Tree’s 1950s 3-D Crime (Renegade Press), 3-D The New Wave vs. The Volunteers (Eclipse Comics), Seduction of the Innocent 3-D #1, 2 (Eclipse Comics), \Tor 3-D (Eclipse Comics) & The Weird Tales of Basil Wolverton (The 3-D Zone)

 

Lot #141 — 21 Comic Books from Eclipse Comics — Air Fighters Classics #1, 3, Alien Encounters #10, 12, 14, John Law, Detective #1 (Will Eisner), Seduction of the Innocent #1 - 3, Stigs Inferno #6, Tales of the Beanworld #3, 4, 8, 10, 15, 17, Weird Romance #1 & World of Wood #1 - 4

 

Lot #142 — First Ace Paperback in the Double Format in VG+ Condition — #D-1, The Grinning Gismo by Samuel W. Taylor & Too Hot for Hell by Keith Vining. Both covers are by Norman Saunders (image shows both covers of the book) — RESERVE

 

Lot #143 — Lester Dent Ace Double Paperback in VG+ condition — #D-21, Nightshade by John N. Makris (cover by Norman Saunders) & High Stakes (or Dead at Take-Off) by Lester Dent (creator of Doc Savage) — RESERVE

 

Lot #144 — Non-SF Ace Double in Good Condition (Norm Saunders) — #D-27, Double Take by Mel Colton (cover signed Paul) & The Fingered Man (by Bruno Fischer) (cover by Norman Saunders)

 

Lot #145 — Non-SF Ace Double in Good Condition — #D-41, Mourning After by Thomas B. Dewey (cover by Victor Olson) & Death House Doll by Day Keene (cover by Harry Barton)

 

Lot #146 — Non-SF Ace Double in VG+ Condition (Rafael DeSoto) — #D-49, Golden Temptress by Charles Grayson & Tongking! by Dan Cushman (cover by Rafael DeSoto) — RESERVE

 

Lot #147 — Non-SF Ace Double in VG+ to Near Fine Condition — #D-195, The Deep End by Owen Dudley & The Quaking Widow by Robert Colby (VG+ to near fine) — RESERVE

 

Lot #148 — 16 issues of Charley Jones’ Gag Books — Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book — 1945 Fall (#2), Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book — 1946 Mid-Winter (#3), Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book — 1946 Spring (#4), Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book — 1946 July 1 (#5), Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book Mag. — 1946 Oct 1 (#6), Charley Jones’ Laugh Book Magazine — 1947 Jan 1 (#7), Charley Jones’ Laugh Book Magazine — 1951 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, June, Aug, Sep, Dec & Charley Jones’ Laugh Book Magazine — 1953 April

 

Lot #149 — 21 Joke & Gag Books — Army Laughs — 1957 June/July, Bachelor Girl Laughs (Laugh Library #14) — 1945, Bust Out Laffin’ #12— 1955 Sep, Cartoon Digest — 1946 May, Cartoon Escapades #1 — 1945, Dolls & Gags — 1954 Aug/Sep, Galls and Giggles — 1955 Jan (#1), Grins #10 — 1946 July/Aug, Jamboree of Jokes #103 for 1956 Spring, Joke Parade — 1946 (Ampco Books), Joker — Mar, July (years not listed), Kibitzer’s Gag Manual (Laugh Library #11) — 1945, Nippy Stories — 1946 April, Smiles for 03/55, 04/56, 09/57, T. V. Whoopee — 1957 Feb (#2), Varieties Cartoon Cavalcade #2, World’s Best Laughs — 1946 (Ampco Books) & Yoo Hoo! — 1942 June

 

Lot #150 — Twelve issues of Quick News Weekly —1949 Nov 28, 1950 May 29, 1950 June 12, 1951 Apr 2, 1951 May 14, 1951 May 21, 1951 July 16, 1952 Jan 7, 1952 Jan 21, 1952 Aug 25, 1953 Feb 2 & 1953 April 27

 

Lot #151 — 8 L. Ron Hubbard Items — ASI (Author Services, Inc.) Magazine, V. 6, N. 1 (2004), Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, 9th printing, December 1956 (yellow boards with black lettering in VG with no dust jacket), 4 L. Ron Hubbard Library pulp reprints by Galaxy Press — “Branded Outlaw,” “The Great Secret,” “If I Were You,” and “Sabotage in the Sky” & Writer: The Shaping of Popular Culture — a collection of essays by L. Ron Hubbard (Bridge Publications)

 

Lot #152 — Index to the Science Fiction Magazine: 1926 - 1950 by Bradford B. Day, Perri Press, 1952 (classic reference work in good condition with no dust jacket) — RESERVE

 

Lot #153 — 333: A Bibliography of the Science-Fantasy Novel by J. H. Crawford, J. J. Donahue, & D. M. Grant, The Grandon Co., 1953 (classic reference work in paper) — RESERVE

 

Lot #154 — 3 issues Saturn: The Magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy — 1957 March (first issue), 1957 May (#2) & 1958 March (5th and final issue as this title)

 

Lot #155 — 4 issues Space Science Fiction — 1952 May (first issue), 1952 Sept (#2), 1953 Feb (#4) & 1953 May (6 of 8 issues; edited by Lester del Rey)

 

Lot #156 — 3 issues of Spaceway Science Fiction — 1954 June (4th of 8 issues), 1955 June (final issue of original run with torn front cover) & 1969 May/June (2nd revived issue)

 

Lot #157 — 5 issues of Universe Science Fiction (Ray Palmer) — 1953 June, Sep, Dec (first 3 issues of the 8 issue run), 1954 March (#4) & 1954 July (#6)

 

Lot #158 — 11 issues of Venture Science Fiction1957 Jan (first issue), 1957 July, Sep, Nov, 1958 Jan, March, May, 1958 July (last issue of original run), 1969 May (first issue of revived run), 1969 Aug & 1970 Feb

 

Lot #159 — 2 early Popular Publications Air War Pulps — Battle Aces for 03/32 & Battle Birds for 03/34

 

Lot #160 — Battle Stories for 10/30RESERVE

 

Lot #161 — Battle Stories for 12/30RESERVE

 

Lot #162 — 2 later Popular Publications Air War Pulps — Dare-Devil Aces for 11/33 & G-8 and His Battle Aces for 11/38

 

Lot #163 — 2 Air War Pulps — Sky Fighters for 10/33 & War Aces for May 1930 (second issue of 28 total)

 

Lot #164 — 3 Outer Space Collectibles — Tom Corbett: A Trip to the Moon by Marcia Martin & illustrated by Frank Vaughn, (Wonder Book edition, 1953) — “Tommy S. S.” inscribed his name in the “This is my Wonder Book” section of the book. Originally published under the title “Tom Corbett’s Wonder Book of Space.” There is some minor chipping to the book’s exterior and some age toning to the interior pages. Otherwise, it is in very nice condition; Space Patrol Top Secret Diplomatic Pouch (includes 98 stamps (of 100), 15 sheets of stationary, coin album with 3 (of 6) cardboard coins) (1950s) & Space Race, a handheld pinball game manufactured in 2002 for Schylling Toys

 

Lot #165 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1952 March (first issue) & Nov, 1953 Jan, Mar, May, July, Nov, 1954 Jan, March, April, May, Sep, Oct, Dec & 1955 Jan, Feb, March, June, Oct, Dec

Lot #166 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1956 Feb, Apr, June, Aug, Dec, 1957 Feb, 1958 Feb, Dec, 1959 Feb, July, Sep, Nov, 1960 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov & 1961 Jan, March

 

Lot #167 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1961 July, Sep, Nov, 1962 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov, 1963 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov, 1964 Jan, March, May & 1965 Jan, Feb

 

Lot #168 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1965 March, April, May, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1966 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec (complete year) & 1967 Jan

 

Lot #169 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1967 Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & 1968 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Sep, Oct

 

Lot #170 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1968 Nov, Dec, 1969 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, July, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & 1970 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May/June, JulyAug, Sep/Oct, Nov/Dec

 

Lot #171 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1971 Jan/Feb, Mar/Apr, May/June, July/Aug, Sep/Oct, Nov/Dec, (retitled to “Worlds of If”), 1972 Mar/April, May/June, July/Aug, Sep/Oct, Nov/Dec, 1973 Jan/Feb, Mar/Apr, May/June, July/Aug, Sep/Oct, 1974 May/June, July/Aug, Sep/Oct & Galaxy Science Fiction (with Worlds of If) — 1978 Dec/Jan

 

Lot #172 — First Issue of If + Two World of If Digest Anthologies — If (Worlds of Science Fiction) for March 1952 (first issue of this classic SF digest), The First World of If (special digest anthology from 1957) & The Second World of If (special digest anthology from 1958)

 

Lot #173 — 27 Humor Comics & Miscellaneous Titles — Bart Simpson Composition Book (Yoo-hoo Chocolate, 2003) + sticker set (Panini), Bart Simpson, Troublemaker #3 (Bongo), Captain Canuck #1 - 3 (Comely Comix), Captain Daring #1 (B-Movie Comics), CARtoons August 1971 (Petersen Publishing), Cowboy Bebop #1 & 3 (manga) (TokyoPop), Disney Adventures March 1997 (Star Wars Blasts Off!) (digest), Doc Weird’s Thrill Book #1 (art by Al Williamson & Frank Frazetta) (Purple Image), Donald Duck #315 (Gemstone), Emergency July 1976 (Charlton), Fantastic Adventures #1 (Ace Comics), Fiction Illustrated #1: Schlomo Raven, Public Detective (Pyramid Books, 1976, digest), Jerry Iger’s Flamingo #1 (Blackthorne Publishing), Basil Wolverton’s Gateway to Horror #1 (Dark Horse Comics), Radioactive Man #100 (Bongo), Simpsons Comics #90, 92, & 93 (Bongo), Solar, Man of the Atom #6 (Valiant), Stray Bullets, V. 3 (El Capitan, trade paperback), Tex Benson #1, 3, 4 (Metro Comics) & Jerry Iger’s Wonder Boy #2 (Blackthorne Publishing)

 

Lot #174 — 8 issues Science Fiction Adventures (Future Publications) — (missing only March 1954 of 9-issue run) — 1952 Nov (first issue), 1953 Feb, March, May, July, Sep, Dec & 1954 May

 

Lot #175 — 3 issues Science Fiction Adventures (Royal Publications) — 1956 Dec (first issue) & 1957 June (#4), Aug (#5)

 

Lot #176 — 7 issues Super-Science Fiction (Headline Publications) — 1957 Feb (#2), Apr (#3), Dec, 1958 June, Dec & 1959 Aug, Oct

 

Lot #177 — Complete 3-Issue Run of Worlds Beyond (Hillman Periodicals) — 1950 Dec (first issue) & 1951 Jan, Feb

 

Lot #178 — 7 British & French Science Fiction Digests — Fantastic for Winter 1953, V. 1, N. 1 (British — same content as Fantastic #8, US edition), Fiction #78 (“Fantastique Science-Fiction”) for 1960 May (French), Galaxie #140 for 1976 January (French), Nova Science Fiction Novels #1 for 1953 Winter — John Beynon’s “Stowaway to Mars” (British), Science Fantasy #42 for 1960 Aug (British), Supernatural Stories #20 for 1958 Dec (Badger) (British) & Wonders of the Spaceways #10 for Feb 1954 (final issue with no back cover) (British)

 

Lot #179 — 2 Science Fiction Novel Digests — Prize Science Fiction #11 — Sojarr of Titan by Manly Wade Wellman (1949) & The Space Pirate by Jack Vance (Toby Press, 1953)

 

Lot #180 — 2 Science Fiction Novel Digests — Double Action Pocketbook — City of Glass by Noel Loomis (Columbia Publications, 1955 in near fine condition) & Merit Books #B-10 — Operation Interstellar by George O. Smith (Century Publications, 1950)

 

Lot #181 — The Garden of Fear and Other Stories — Anthology includes Robert E. Howard’s title story and works by Miles J. Breuer, Lloyd Arthur Eshbach, David H. Keller, and H. P. Lovecraft (Crawford Publications, 1945)

 

Lot #182 — 23 of the 26 issues of Worlds of Tomorrow (Galaxy Publishing) — 1963 Aug, Oct, Dec (#3 - 5), 1964 Feb, April, June, Aug, Nov, 1965 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov, 1966 Jan, March, May, Aug, Nov, 1967 May, 1970 Summer, Winter & 1971 Spring (final issue)

 

Lot #183 — 13 Miscellaneous Galaxy Publishing Science Fiction Digests     Galaxy Science Fiction — 1952 March & 1961 Feb, If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1953 March, 1964 Jan (2 copies), 1967 Aug & Worlds of Tomorrow — 1963 Oct, Dec (#4 & 5), 1964 June, Aug, 1965 July & 1966 Jan, May

 

Lot #184 — 30 issues Life Magazine — Space Related Issues — 1952 Feb 4 — Why US Planes Can’t Beat Red Migs, 1957 June 3 — Man-Made Moon Takes Shape, 1957 Oct 21 — Satellites, 1957 Nov 18 — Wernher Van Braun and Travel to the Moon, 1958 Jan 6 — Into Frontiers Beyond Earth, 1958 Feb 17 — What Satellite ‘Explorer’ Is Telling Us, 1959 Sep 14 — First-Person Reports by the Astronauts, 1961 Mar 3 — First Team of Astronauts (Glenn, Grissom, Shepard), 1961 April 21 — 19 Pages On Space, 1962 Aug 3 — Bob White, First into Space on Wings, 1965 June 18 — The Space Walk, 1966 July 1 — Lunar Report from Survey True Color of Moon,” 1969 July 4 — Off to the Moon Special Issue, 1969 Dec 12 — Apollo 12 on the Moon, 1969 — To the Moon and Back Special Edition (2 copies) & 1970 Apr 24 — Jim Lovell and Apollo 13; Science Fiction Related Issues — 1949 July 25 — Mighty Joe Young (“Son of Kong”), 1950 July 31 — Ad for Destination Moon,” 1951 May 21 — Science Fiction and Hollywood, 1954 Feb 22 — Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, 1954 June 14 — Vampira & 1959 Sep 7 — Bat Masterson Meets the Spaceman”;

Al Capp Related Issues — 1952 March 31 — Why I Let Li’l Abner Marry & 1957 Jan 14 — The Dogpatch Saga: Al Capp’s Own Story (2 copies) & World War II & Special Issues — 1945 June 4 — Invest in War Bonds + Caniff “Male Call” Story, 1945 July 9 — More Japanese Soldiers Are Surrendering, 1966 Dec 23 — 30th Anniversary Special Photography Double Issue & 1968 Mar 1 — Georgia O’Keeffe in New Mexico

 

Lot #185 — 2 Mounted Pulp Covers for Display — Astounding Science Fiction for March 1951 — cover attached to hardboard tempered panel and featuring James H. Schmitz’s “Space Fear” (art by Paul Orban) & Planet Stories for Winter 1942  — framed cover featuring Nelson Bond’s “Colossus of Chaos” (art by Allen Anderson)

 

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PulpFest is the summertime convention for fans of popular culture both old and new. This longtime event seeks to honor the pulps by drawing attention to the many ways these throwaway magazines of the early 20th century have inspired writers, artists, film directors, game designers, and other creators over the years.
 
PulpFest will be offering 185 lots of pulps, digest magazines, men’s adventure and true crime magazines, plus a selection of joke and gag books and other material from the collection of the late Carl Joecks at this year's convention. The PulpFest 2021 auction will begin at 9 PM on Saturday, August 7.
 
A retired television cameraman, electronic equipment repairman, and carpenter from Vermont, Carl Joecks became enamored with science fiction, comic books, radio, and astronomy during his youth. He was soon collecting the things that he loved.
 

Acquired over many years, Carl stored his collection in a darkened room. Most of his magazines were bagged with backing boards and stored flat for additional protection.

 

In addition to the items mentioned above, the auction will include the 1935 Pleasure Books edition of THE POP-UP BUCK ROGERS and a number of “Ace Doubles,” one of them being the very first double paperback issued by the company. Also featured will be a small number of rare gangster and detective pulps, the 1942 Random House edition of George Lowther's THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, an RKO Distributing Licensing Agreement, dated Nov. 30, 1932, for a showing of KING KONG, a number of "Spicy" and war pulps, and the true first edition of Charles Willeford's first novel, HIGH PRIEST OF CALIFORNIA (published by Royal Books in the "double" format).

Longtime auctioneer Joseph F. Saine of Rossford, Ohio will be managing the auction.

PulpFest 2020 will also be saluting the centennial of author Ray Bradbury’s birth; the 100th anniversary of BLACK MASK — the pulp where the hardboiled detective story took root; and the 120th anniversary of the birth of WEIRD TALES artist Margaret Brundage. “Bradbury, BLACK MASK, and Brundage” have inspired and continue to inspire creators the world over.

If three “B’s” aren’t enough for you, how about Burroughs, Brackett, Baum, a pair of “B” movies, and our special guest: the “B”eautiful Eva Lynd?

Eva was a top model for artists Norm Eastman and Al Rossi, and a frequent collaborator with Doc Savage model Steve Holland.

PulpFest 2020 will have panels, presentations, and more on all of these topics. We hope to see you August 6 - 9 at the beautiful DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry, just outside of Pittsburgh in Mars, Pennsylvania for a fantastic weekend of buying and selling, exciting panels and presentations, and a truly amazing auction.

To learn more about PulpFest 2020, please visit www.pulpfest.com.

 

 

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Lot #1 — 2 Popular Publications Detective PulpsAce G-Man Stories for 11/38 (major rodent damage) & Detective Tales for 02/39

 

Lot #2 — Complete Underworld Novelettes for Spring 1932 (first of 9 issues) — RESERVE

 

Lot #3 — 3 detective pulps — Detective Fiction Weekly for 01/04/41 (Munsey), Detective Story Magazine for 01/31/31 (Street & Smith), Double Detective for 03/39 (Munsey)

 

Lot #4 — 2 Columbia detective pulps  — Double Action Detective for 01/39 (2nd of 8 issues), Famous Detective for 08/51 (formerly Crack Detective)

 

Lot #5 — 2 Culture Publications detective pulps — Hollywood Detective for 05/44 & Speed Detective for 10/45

 

Lot #6 — 3 issues of Popular Detective (Standard) — 08/37, 10/42 & 06/43

 

Lot #7 — Ten Story Gang for March 1939 (4th of 6 issues of this Winford Publications gangster pulp) — RESERVE

 

Lot #8 — Top-Notch Detective for March 1939 (last of 3 issues of this Marvel Comics Red Circle detective pulp— RESERVE

 

 

Lot #9 — Undercover Detective for April 1939 (last of 3 issues of this Double-Action detective pulp) — RESERVE

 

Lot #10 — 2 Hero Pulps — Phantom Detective for 06/45 (Murder for Millions) & Secret Agent X for 03/39 (“Yoke of the Crimson Coterie” with major rodent damage)

 

Lot #11 — 2 Hero Comic Books from Latin AmericaO Sombra #1 (The Shadow) from 1974 (DC Comics, Mike Kaluta cover, Brazilian edition) & El Spirit #3 (The Spirit) from 1966 (Mexican edition)

 

Lot #12 — 24 True Crime Magazines — Amazing Detective Case for 02 & 11/41, Best True Fact Detective for 02 - 03/49, Crime Detective for 02/39, 06 & 12/41, 06/42, Detective Year Book for 1943, Front Page Detective for 04/40, Headline Detective for 10/42, Headquarters Detective for 02 & 04/41 and 04, 09, 11 & 12/43, Inside Detective for 03/56, Master Detective for 09/42, Real Detective for 06 & 07/42, Special Detective Cases for 07/42, True Crime Detective for 01 - 03/48 (single issue), True Crime Unmasked for 07/43 (second issue) & True Mystery for 08/56

 

Lot #13 — 27 True Romance, Confession & Movie MagsActual Confessions for 12/61, Intimate Romances for 08 & 09/55, Modern Romances for 03/54, 02, 03, 07, & 08/55, & 07/56, Movie Club for W/95, Movie Lifes Merv Griffin, 1979, My Confessions for 02/61, Photoplay for 08/45, Real Confessions for 12/58, Screen Stories for 11/51, 04/53, 06/53, Secret Life for 03/60, Secrets for 03/60, True Confessions for 02/54, 12/60, 11/61, True Experience for 10/60, True Love for 04/53, True Problems for 06/56, Uncensored Confessions for 05/61 & Your Romance for 06/59

 

Lot #14 — 32 Gossip Magazines (one duplicate) — Confidential for 07/54, 05/55, 06/56, Inside Story for 03/55, 08/56, The New Lowdown for 03/58, Real Medic Stories for 10/62, Sensation for 07, 09, 10, 11, & 12/42, 01/43, 02/43, Suppressed for 01/56, True Story for 10/51 (2 copies), 12/51, 08/52, 09/53, 11/54, 12/54, 03/55, 07/55, 02/56, 04/66, 03/67, Uncensored for 05/58, 01/60 & Whisper for 09/55, 11/55, & 01/56

 

Lot #15 — 7 Early Ray Bradbury BooksFahrenheit 451 (Ballantine Books #41, 1st paperback printing in poor condition), Fahrenheit 451 (Del Rey Everbind Books edition, 51st printing in VG condition), The Illustrated Man (Bantam Books #991, 1st paperback printing in good+ condition), The Machineries of Joy (1st Simon & Schuster hardcover printing with dust jacket, both in good condition), The Martian Chronicles (Bantam Books #886, 1st paperback printing in fair condition), The Martian Chronicles (Bantam Books #1261, 3rd paperback printing in poor to fair condition), 3 to the Highest Power (Avon #S336, 1st paperback printing in good condition  with first paperback printing of Bradbury’s “The Lost City of Mars” + stories by Chad Oliver & Theodore Sturgeon)

 

Lot #16 — 6 Assorted Science Fiction Pulps — Out of This World Adventures for 07/50 (1st of 2 Avon issues), Super Science Stories for 04/43 (Canadian issue contains content of 11/42 US issue), Tops in Science Fiction for Spring 1953 (1st of 2 Fiction House issues), Two Complete Science Adventure Books for Winter for Winter 1950 (first issue with stories by Asimov and L. Ron Hubbard) & Unknown for March 1940 (British)

 

Lot #17 — 9 issues Astonishing Stories (Popular Publications) — 08/40, 02, 04, 09, & 11/41, 06/42, 12/42, 02/43. 04/43 (9 issues of 16-issue run)

 

Lot #18 — 10 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — 01/39 (issue #1), 03, 05, 07, & 11/39, 01, 03, 05, 07, & 09/40 (ten of first eleven issues)

 

Lot #19 — 10 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — 01/41, 05/41, 05, 07, 09, & 11/42, 01, 03, 06, & F/43

 

Lot #20 — 8 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — W, SP, SU, & F/44 & W, SP, SU, & F/45 (2 years complete)

 

Lot #21 — 10 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — W, 03, SP, SU, & F/46 & 01, 03, 05, 07, 09, 11/47 (2 years complete)

 

Lot #22 — 11 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — 01, 03, 05, & 09/48, 01, 03, 09, & 11/49, 01, 03, & 09/50

 

Lot #23 — 10 Standard Magazines Science Fiction Pulps — Startling Stories for 11/51, 04/52, & SP/55, Fantastic Story Quarterly for SP/50 (1st issue) & F/50, W/51, SP/51, Fantastic Story Magazine for SU/51 & SU/54 & Space Stories for 10/52 (first of five total issues)

 

Lot #24 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 02/38, 02, 04, 06, 08, & 10/39, 01, 03, 04, & 06/40

 

Lot #25 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, & 12/40, 02, 03, 04, 06/41

 

Lot #26 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 10/41, 12/41, 02, 06, 08, 10, & 12/42, 02, 04, & 06/43

 

Lot #27 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 08/43, F/43, W, SP, SU, & F/44, W/45, SU/45, W/46, SP/46

 

Lot #28 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — SU/46, 02, 06, 08, 10, & 12/47, 02, 04, 06, & 08/48

 

Lot #29 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 10/48, 12/48, 02, 04, 08, 10, & 12/49, 02 & 04/50 (loose front cover), 06/50

 

Lot #30 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 08, 10, & 12/50, 02, 04, 08, 10, 12/51, 02/52, 06/52

 

Lot #31 — 10 issues Super Science Stories (Popular Publications) — 01, 03, 05, 08, & 11/41 (complete second year), 05, 08, & 11/42, 02/43, 04/49

 

Lot #32 — 11 miscellaneous Science Fiction Pulps — Amazing Stories for 04/47, 03/50, 08/50, 12/51, Amazing Stories Quarterly (large size pulp with various excerpts bound together), Famous Fantastic Mysteries for 02/41, 09/45, 04/47, Fantastic Adventures for 08/52 & 01/53 & Fantastic Novels for 01/50

 

Lot #33 — 5 issues Science-Fiction Plus (Gernsback Publications) — 03/53 (first issue), 06, 08, 10, & 12/53 (final issue of seven-issue run) (all large size)

 

Lot #34 — 4  bedsheet issues & 1 pulp issue Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback’s Stellar Pub.) — 07/32, 12/32, 01/33, 03/33, 8/35

 

Lot #35 — 4  bedsheet issues & 1 pulp issue Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback’s Stellar Pub.) — 05, 06, 08, 10/33, 9/35

 

Lot #36 — 5 pulp issues Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback’s Stellar Pub.) — 12/33, 06, 07, 10, & 11/34

 

Lot #37 — 5 pulp issues Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback’s Stellar Pub.) — 02, 03, 08, 09, & 11/35, 01-02/36 (second last Gernsback issue)

 

Lot #38 — 8 issues Science Fiction Quarterly (Columbia Publications, 2nd series) — 05/51 (first issue), 11/53, 02, 05, & 11/55, 05/56, 08/56, 05/57

 

Lot #39 — The Adventures of Superman by George Lowther (Random House 1942 edition in dust jacket with foxing to page edges and adhesive residue on inside covers. The illustration following page 52 is loose) — RESERVE

 

Lot #40 — 2 Movie Distribution Agreements — RKO Distributing Licensing Agreements, both dated Nov. 30, 1932, for Frank Buck’s Bring ‘Em Back Alive” &The Eighth Wonder” (formerly called Kong”). The film would later be titled King Kong”

 

Lot #41 — nearly 60 magazine & comic book issues of Will Eisner’s “The Spirit” — The Spirit #1 - 8, 10 - 13 (Warren Publishing, 12 magazine issues), The Spirit #17, 18, 20 - 22 (Kitchen Sink, 5 magazine issues), The Spirit #2 - 6, 8, 12, 14, 18, 19, 21 - 33, 35 - 38, 40 - 44, 51, 52, 54 (2), 55 - 57, 60 (Kitchen Sink Comics (40 issues + 1 duplicate), Will Eisner’s 3 - D Classics Featuring The Spirit #1

 

Lot #42 — Four 12¢ Comics from the 1960s — First Men in the Moon (Gold Key, 1965), Magnus Robot Fighter #20 (Gold Key, 11/67), Strange Adventures #133 (DC, 10/61), Superman #151 (DC, 02/62)

 

Lot #43 — Four mass market magazines with 3 featuring essays by Arthur C. Clarke — Collier’s, 03/02/52 — “Man Will Conquer Space Soon” (features cover art by Chesley Bonestell), Holiday, 03/53 — Arthur C. Clarke’s “A Journey to Mars,” Holiday, 08/54 — Arthur C. Clarke’s “Undersea Holiday,” Holiday, 02/55 — Arthur C. Clarke’s “Weekend on the Moon”

 

Lot #44 — Complete Year of Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact for 1961 (Jan - Dec)

 

Lot #45 — 15 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1962 Jan, March, April, May, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1963 Jan, Feb, April (large), July (large) & 1980 Jan (50th anniversary issue))

 

Lot #46 — 26 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1965 Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1966 Jan, Feb, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1967 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, Oct, Dec & 1968 Jan, Feb, Mar, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct

 

Lot #47 — 28 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1969 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1970 Jan, Feb, March, June, July, Aug, Sep, Nov, Dec & 1971 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Oct, Nov

 

Lot #48 — 28 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1971 Dec, 1972 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1973 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, 1974 Nov, Dec & 1975 Jan, Feb, Apr

 

Lot #49 — 28 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1975 June, July, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1976 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, 1977 April, May, June, July, 1978 Feb, March, April, 1979 July, 1980 Jan (50th anniversary issue), Feb,1990 Jan (60th anniversary issue) & 1992 Jan (anniversary double issue)

 

Lot #50 — 21 miscellaneous Issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1961 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov (no front cover), Dec, 1965 Sep, 1971 Dec, 1972 Feb, Aug, Dec, 1973 Jan (2), Feb & 1980 Jan (50th anniversary issue)

 

Lot #51 — 14 issues Galaxy Science Fiction Novel — #1 (Sinister Barrier), #3 (Prelude to Space), #4 (The Amphibians), #5 (The World Below), #7 (Empire), #10 (Rat Race), #13 (Seeds of Life), #14 (Pebble in the Sky), #15 (Three Go Back), #16 (Warriors of Day), #17 (Well of the Worlds), #21 (The Humanoids), #23 (Murder in Space) & #31 (Shambleau)

 

Lot #52 — 3 issues of Adventure — 1917 Sep (first), 1919 March (first) & 1924 Dec 30 — RESERVE

 

Lot #53 — 3 issues of Adventure — 1934 July (Baumhofer), 1939 Nov (Baumhofer) & 1947 Oct

 

Lot #54 — 10 issues of Blue Book — 1937 May (pulp), 1938 Feb (pulp), 1946 Nov (large size) & 1947 Feb, Mar, Apr, June, Aug, Sep, Dec (large size)

 

Lot #55 — 11 issues of Blue Book (all large size) — 1948 Jan, Mar, Oct, 1949 Jan, Apr, 1950 Mar, Sep, 1951 Jan, Sep, 1953 July & 1954 Feb

 

Lot #56 — 6 issues of Argosy & Short Stories — Argosy for 1920 Jan 10, March 13 & 1938 Nov 5 and Short Stories for 1946 Sep 10, Sep 25 & 1948 Oct 10 (no back cover)

 

Lot #57 — 2 issues of Cartoons Magazine (published by H. H. Windsor from 1912 to 1922) — 11/19 & 01/21

 

Lot #58 — 6 Early General Interest Magazines — The Cosmopolitan for 09/01, The Forum for June 1891, McClure’s Magazine for Oct 1899, Munsey’s Magazine for Feb 1895 and Jan 1900 & World Progress for 04/30/31

 

Lot #59 — 6 Miscellaneous Science Fiction Digests (most first issues) — Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine for Spring 1977 (#1), Beyond Infinity for Nov/Dec 1967 (first issue), International Science Fiction for Nov 1967 (first issue), Rocket Stories for 04/53, Science Fiction Classics for Summer 1967 (first issue) & Worlds Beyond for 01/51

 

Lot #60 — 6 Miscellaneous Science Fiction Digests (most first issues) — Science Fiction Digest for Winter 1954 (first issue), Science Fiction Digest for Oct/Nov 1981 (first issue), Star for Jan 1958 (first and only issue), Unearth for Winter 1977 (#1), Wonder Stories Science Fiction Anthology for 1957 (one-off) & Worlds Beyond for 1950 Dec (first issue)

 

Lot #61 — 3 Avon Science Fiction Digests — Avon Science Fiction Reader for Winter 1951 (#2) & Avon Science Fiction and Fantasy Reader for Jan 1953 (#1) and Apr 1953 (#2)

 

Lot #62 — 4 issues Beyond Fantasy Fiction (Galaxy Pub.) — 1954 Jan, Mar, Sep & Jan 1955 (final issue)

 

Lot #63 — 2 Short Run Science Fiction Digests from the 1950s — Cosmos Science Fiction and Fantasy for Sept 1953 (first of 4 issues) & Space Science Fiction for Spring 1957 (first of 2 issues)

 

Lot #64 — 3 Fantasy Digests from the 1950s — Fantasy Book for W/50 (#6), Fantasy Fiction for 11/53 (final issue) & Fantasy Stories for 11/50 (2nd of two issues)

 

Lot #65 — 3 issues Bill Barnes Air Trails — 12/35 (front cover loose), 04/36, 08/36

 

Lot #66 — 3 issues Bill Barnes Air Trails — 09/36, 10/36, 01/37

 

Lot #67 — 3 issues Air Trails (with Bill Barnes) — 02/37, 05/37, 07/37

 

Lot #68 — 3 issues Air Trails (with Bill Barnes) — 01/38, 02/38, 03/38

 

Lot #69 — 6 issues Air Trails (2 with Bill Barnes) — 07/38, 11/38 (both with Barnes), 10/39, 05/47, 07/47 & 09/47

 

Lot #70 — 8 Gernsback Science Magazines — Everyday Science & Mechanics for 04/33, 07/33, 10/34, 11/34, 12/35 (2 copies), Popular Science Monthly for 03/34 (not Gernsback) & Science and Invention for 03/24 (includes some science fiction) and 01/30

 

Lot #71 — 9 issues Radio-Craft (Hugo Gernsback) — 11/30, 5, 08, & 10/32, 10/35, 04, 06, & 10/36, 11/37

 

Lot #72 — 12 issues of Hugo Gernsback Radio Magazines — Radio News for 04/25 (contains one story), 09/29, 12/29, 01/30, 07/30 & Short Wave Craft for 07/31, 06/33, 01, 08, & 12/35, 04/36, 06/36

 

Lot #73 — Spicy-Adventure Stories for 03/36 — RESERVE

 

Lot #74 — Spicy Mystery Stories for 12/35 (“Death Orchids”) — RESERVE

 

Lot #75 — Saucy Movie Tales for 12/35 (3rd issue — front cover loose, no back cover)

 

Lot #76 — 3 Sports Pulps — Fight Stories for Fall 1937 & Sports Novels for 09/48 (2 copies)

 

Lot #77 — Red Seal Western for Oct 1939 (Ace Periodicals)

 

Lot #78 — Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction for F/49 (1st issue) & F/50 (4th issue)

 

Lot #79 — 23 issues Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1953 April, June, 1954 April, Aug, Oct, 1955 Jan, May, Nov, 1956 Apr, 1958 Feb, Mar, April, May, Sep, 1959 Feb, April, May, Oct & 1960 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May

 

Lot #80 — 24 issues Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1960 June, July, Nov, 1961 Jan, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & 1962 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Nov, Dec

 

Lot #81 — 23 issues Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1963 Jan, April, May, Aug, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1964 Jan, Feb, March, May, June, July, Aug, 1965 July, 1966 Feb, April, Oct, Nov, 1967 Jan, Feb, March, Dec & 1968 July

 

Lot #82 — 24 issues Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1968 Aug, Sep, Oct, 1969 Jan, July, 1970 Apr, Oct, 1971 Apr, May, July, Aug, Sep, 1972 April, 1973 March, Sep, 1974 April, Oct, 1975 March, 1976 Oct, Nov, 1977 July, 1978 April, 1979 Oct (30th anniversary issue) & 1980 April

 

Lot #83 — 19 miscellaneous issues The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1950 Fall (4th issue), 1955 May, 1961 June, July, Sep, Nov, Dec, 1962 Jan, Feb, March, July, Sep, 1963 Jan, Nov, Dec, 1964 June, 1965 July, 1971 April & 1972 April

 

Lot #84 — 10 Issues Fantastic Universe digest issues — 1953 June/July (1st issue), 1954 Sep, 1957 Mar, 1958 Aug, 1959 Mar, Sep (trimmed pulp issues), 1959 Oct, Nov, Dec & 1960 Jan

 

Lot #85 — 5 Miscellaneous Fantasy Digests (most first issues) — Coven 13 for Sept 1969 (first issue) & March 1970 (last issue with this title), Fear for 05/60 (first issue), Shock — The Magazine of Terrifying Tales for 05/60 (#1) & Worlds of Fantasy for Winter 1968 (first issue)

 

Lot #86 — 14 issues of Imagination — 1950 Dec, 1951 Feb, 1952 March, May, Dec, 1953 Nov, 1954 May, 1956 Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct, 1957 Feb & 1958 Aug

 

Lot #87 — 13 issues of Imaginative Tales & Space Travel — Imaginative Tales — 1964 Sep (#1), 1955 Sep, Nov, 1956 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov, 1957 Sep, 1958 May & Space Travel (title change) — July 1958 (#1), Nov 1958

 

Lot #88 — 7 Occult & Strange Mystery Magazines — Borderline—The Magazine Which Dares The Unknown for 1954 Sep (first issue), Fate (Ray Palmer) for 1949 Nov, 1952 Apr/May, 1954 May, Mystic MagazIne for 1953 Nov (first issue), Science Digest for 1956 March & Tomorrow for 1952-53 Winter issue (#2)

 

Lot #89 — 7 Occult & Strange Mystery Magazines — Dream World for 1952 Feb (first issue), Fate (Ray Palmer) for 1950 Dec, 1953 Jan, Mystic Magazine for 1953 Nov (first issue), Strange—The Magazine of True Mysteries for 1952 March (first issue), & War in the Atomic Age? (1946)

 

Lot #90 — True First Edition of Charles Willeford’s 1st Novel 1950 — “High Priest of California” (paired with Talbot Mundy’s “Full Moon” (Royal Books Giant Edition #20), (spine roll with creases, cover tears, folds, and creasing, edge yellowing, scarce volume) — RESERVE

 

Lot #91 — 31 Issues of Dick Tracy Monthly from 1987-88 & 3 trade paperbacks (all Blackthorne Publishing), plus more — comic book issue #s 7 - 12, 14 - 15, 39 - 45, 54 - 69, book #s 8 - 10 (Blackthorne) & Everything Comes Up Blank” (audio tape, episode 2)

 

Lot #92 — 29 EC Comic Book Reprints — Crime SuspenStories #2, 5 (Russ Cochran), Crime SuspenStories #25 (East Coast Comics), The Crypt of Terror #1 (East Coast Comics), The Haunt of Fear #2 (Gladstone), The Haunt of Fear #12 (Russ Cochran), The Haunt of Fear #23 (East Coast Comics), The Nostalgic Mad #3, 7 (EC Comics, 1970s), Panic, Vol. 1 (Gemstone) (paperback reprint of #1 - 4), Shock SuspenStories #5, 6, 12 (East Coast Comics), Two-Fisted Tales #2 - 5 (Russ Cochran), Two-Fisted Tales #23 (East Coast Comics), The Vault of Horror #5 (Gladstone), The Vault of Horror #26 (East Coast Comics), Weird Fantasy #13 (East Coast Comics), Weird Science #1 - 4 (Gladstone), Weird Science #3, 5 (Russ Cochran), Weird Science #15 (East Coast Comics) & Weird Science-Fantasy #2 (Russ Cochran)

 

Lot #93 — 17 Mr. Monster Comic Books (Eclipse Comics) — Doc Stearn’s Mr. Monster #5, 7 (2), 8 (2), 9, 10, Mr. Monster’s Hi-Octane Horror #1, Mr. Monster’s Hi-Shock Schlock! #1, 2, M. Monster’s Super Science #1, Mr. Monster’s True Crime Comics #1 (2), 2 (3) & Mr. Monster’s Weird Tales of the Future #1

 

Lot #94 — 3 Vintage Comic Strip Reprints — 1928 — Bringing Up Father Series #13 (Cupples & Leon), 1930 — Bringing Up Father Series #18 (Cupples & Leon) & 1951 — Pogo by Walt Kelly —(Simon and Schuster)

 

Lot #95 — 5 Non-Science Fiction Digest Novels — Black Cat Detective Series #14, Dark Power by Elisabeth Sanxay Holding (Crestwood, 1945), Black Cat Western Series #43, Renegade Guns by James L. Rubel (Crestwood, 1945), The Tattooed Man by Howard Pease (Comet Books, 2nd printing, 1948), The Case of the Walking Corpse by Armstrong Livingston (David Lucom, 1945) & The Man Who Feared by Will F. Jenkins, AKA Murray Leinster, (A Hangman’s House Mystery, date unknown)

 

Lot #96 — 5 Non-Science Fiction Digest Novels — Mystery Novel Classic #57, Death Writes an Ad by Marion Holbrook (Hillman), plus 3 Thriller Novel Classics — #4, The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu by Sax Rohmer, #24, Deadline for Destruction by Charles L. Leonard & #31, Fear Came First by Vera Kelsey (all by Hillman) & Murder in the House with the Blue Eyes by J. N. Darby (Margood, A Thrilling Mystery Novel,  1944)

 

Lot #97 — 3 Crime and Detective Digests — Hunted Detective Story Magazine for 12/54 (#1), Sleuth Mystery Magazine for 12/58, Suspense Magazine for Spring 1951 (first of 4 issues)

 

Lot #98 — 2 Rare Specialty Digests — Avon Modern Short Story Monthly #51 (1950) (final issue of the magazine’s run) & Jack London’s Adventure Magazine for Oct 1958 (1st of two issues)

 

Lot #99 — 2 Girlie Pulps — Bunk for May 1933 (final issue) & Film Fun for Dec 1939

 

Lot #100 — 2 Girlie Pulps — Gay Book for June 1935 & La Paree Stories for July 1934

 

Lot #101 — 2 Girlie Pulps — Reel Humor for May 1939 & Reel Screen Fun for April 1936

 

Lot #102 — 2 Girlie Pulps — Silk Stocking Stories for March 1938 & 10 Story Book for Oct 1931

 

Lot #103 — 5 Railroad Pulps — Railroad Stories for 04/34 & 12/35 & Railroad Magazine for 10/37, 06/38, 06/43

 

Lot #104 — 22 Issues of Amazing Stories — 1953 Oct/Nov (4th digest iss.), 1956 Feb, July, Nov, Dec, 1957 Jan, June, Aug, Sep, 1958 Sep, 1959 Oct, Nov & 1960 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct

 

Lot #105 — 22 Issues of Amazing Stories — 1960 Nov, Dec, 1961 Jan, Feb, March, May, June, Aug, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1962 Jan, Feb, April, June, July, Aug, Nov & 1963 Jan, Feb, March, April

 

Lot #106 — 22 Issues of Amazing Stories — 1963 June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Dec, 1964 Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & 1965 Jan, Feb, April, May, June

 

Lot #107 — 22 Issues of Amazing Stories (+ 2 dups) — 1965 Aug, Oct, Dec, 1966 Aug, Oct, 1969 Nov (2 copies), 1970 March, May, Nov, 1971 Jan, March, May, July, 1972 Jan, March, May, July (2 copies), Sep, Nov & 1973 Jan, March, June

 

Lot #108 — Buck Rogers Pop-Up Set (3 pieces) — “The Pop-Up Buck Rogers,” 1935 Pleasure Books edition (first & third pop-ups are damaged), Applewood Books reprint edition of “The Pop-Up Buck Rogers” from 1994 in fine condition & The Pop-Up Buck Rogers in A Dangerous Mission,” 1934 Blue Ribbon Press edition (although the pop-up background illustration is still within the copy, the actual pop-up itself is missing)

 

Lot #109 — 10 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, D-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — D-31 (1st SF Double), D-44, D-69, D-94, D-99, D-110, D-113, D-118, D-162, D-164 — RESERVE

 

Lot #110 — 10 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, D-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — D-173, D-176, D-199, D-205, D-215, D-223, D-237, D-242, D-255, D-277 — RESERVE

 

Lot #111 — 10 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, D-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — D-299, D-315, D-322, D-331, D-345, D-351, D-358, D-362, D-369, D-381 — RESERVE

 

Lot #112 — 10 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, D-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — D-44, D-403, D-407, D-427, D-431, D-437, D-443, D-471, D-485, D-497 — RESERVE

 

Lot #113 — 7 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, F and G-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — F-104, F-117, F-141, F-185, G-606, G-609 (2 copies) RESERVE

 

Lot #114 — 7 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, M-Series (condition range is good to near fine, most at upper end of range) — M-103, M-105, M-107, M-113, M-115, M-117, M-123 — RESERVE

 

Lot #115 — 14 issues Future Science Fiction (+ 2 duplicates) — Science Fiction for Jan 1941 (pulp) & Future Science Fiction for May/June 1950 (2 copies) & Nov 1950 (both pulp) and 1955 (#28), 1956 (#29), 1957 Spring (#32) (2 copies), 1958 June, Aug, Oct, Dec, 1959 Aug & 1960 Feb (penultimate issue) (all digests)

 

Lot #116 — 13 issues Science Fiction Stories (continuation of Future Science Fiction) — 1953 Winter (#1), 1955 Jan (“The Original” is added to the title with the 09/55 issue), \1956 May, July, 1957 May, Sep, \1958 June, Sep, Nov, 1959 Feb, July, Sep & 1960 Jan (all digests)

 

Lot #117 — 7 Miscellaneous Science Fiction Digests — Gamma for 11/63 (2nd issue), New Worlds Science Fiction (US edition) for 03/60 & 07/60, Science Fiction Digest for W/54 (first issue), Space Science Fiction for Spring 1957 (first of 2 issues), Vanguard Science Fiction for 06/58 (first issue) & Worlds Beyond for 12/50 (first issue)

 

Lot #118 — 8 issues Infinity Science Fiction — 1955 Nov (first issue), 1956 June, Aug, Oct, 1957 April & 1958 June, Oct, Nov

 

Lot #119 — 10 Men’s Adventure Magazines — Argosy for 04/58, Battle Cry for 10/56, Challenge for 03/58, The Flying Saucer Menace, 1967, For Men Only for 04/58 & 11/72, Man’s Action for 03/58, Man’s Illustrated for 12/56, Man’s Magazine for 04/58 & Man to Man for 10-11/51

 

Lot #120 — 10 Men’s Adventure Magazines — Man’s World for 04/68, Men for 09/53, Mr. for 07/56 & Sir for 01/46, 09/49, 12/50, 07/51, 06/52, 11/57 & 04/58

 

Lot #121 — 11 Men’s Adventure Magazines — Real  for 09/56 Sep, Real War for 10/58, Saga for 10/57, 06/63, & 11/64, Sport Life for 03/56, Sportsman for 11/56 & 08/57, True for 02/52, True Strange for 12/57 & World War #3 (1940)

 

Lot #122 — 10 Men’s Adventure MagazinesStag for 02/55, 04/57& 06/66 & True for 02/46, 02/56, 05/56, 05/58, 12/59, 07/62, 09/62

 

Lot #123 — 15 Special Issue & Prestige Format Comic Books — The Adventures of Superman #500 (DC), Batman #500 (DC), Batman/Judge Dredd #2 (DC), Detective Comics March 1937 Millennium Edition (DC), Detective Comics #38 Millennium Edition (DC), Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #1 Millennium Edition (DC), More Fun Comics #73 Millennium Edition (DC), JLA Resents Plastic Man 38-Page Special #1 (DC), Robin II: The Joker’s Wild #1 (DC), Secret Origins #17 (Starring Adam Strange & Dr. Occult) (DC), Spider-Man #50 (Marvel), Web of Spider-Man #100 (Marvel), Superman: For All Seasons #1 (DC), Superman: King of the World #1 (DC), Superman: Save the Planet #1 (DC) & an added bonus of The Adventures of Batman & Robin Mini-Poster #4 of 9 — “The Penguin” (DC)

 

Lot #124 — 18 Photo Digest Magazines — Eye for 02, 05, & 10/54, Foto-Rama for 10/54 & 11/58, Photo for 10/53, 04, 08, & 09/54, Picture Scope for 09/55, 01/56, Scoop for 03/54, Sensation for 01/54, 03/54, Tab for 05/54, 10/54, 12/55 & Vue for 03/55

 

Lot #125 — 1927 Paramount Pictures program plus press book for William A. Wellman’s Motion Picture WINGS

 

Lot #126 — 4 Sleazy Novels in Digest Format — Unfaithful! by Luther Gordon (Quarter Books #22), Pleasure Girl by Luther Gordon (Quarter Books #34), One Night with Diane by Harvey Jones (Quarter Books #63) & Waterfront Hotel by Norman Bligh (Quarter Books #78)

 

Lot #127 — 4 Sleazy Novels in Digest Format — Sinful! by James Clayford (Quarter Books #27), Everybody Loves Irene! by Wright Williams (Quarter Books #62), Love Life of a Hollywood Mistress by Florence Stonebraker (Quarter Books #73) & Bad Sue by Norman Bligh (Quarter Books #79)

 

Lot #128 — 4 Sleazy Novels in Digest Format — Girl-Hungry by William E. Gordon (Carnival Books #908), Illicit Pleasures by Peggy Gaddis (Quarter Books #82), Bonanza Queen by Zola Ross (Reader’s Choice Library #25) & Strange Circle by Gale Sydney (Stallion Books #208)

 

Lot #129 — 4 Sleazy Novels in Digest Format — Midnight Sinners by John Caldwall (Carnival Books #945), Wild Weekend by Gene Harvey (Candid Love Novels #21 — Crestwood), Off Limits! by George L. Bottari (Rainbow #130) & Side Street by Wright Williams (Uni-Book #20)

 

Lot #130 — Fantastic #2 & 3 (Ziff-Davis) — Fall 1952 (#2) and Nov/Dec 1952 (#3)

 

Lot #131 — 3 early issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — Jan/Feb 1953 (#4), Mar/Apr 1953 (#5) & Sep/Oct 1953 (#8)

 

Lot #132 — 17 issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — 1957 Mar, Nov, 1958 July (Shaver issue), 1960 Feb, April, June, July, Aug, Sep, Nov, Dec & 1961 Jan, Feb, April, June, July, Oct

 

Lot #133 — 17 issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — 1961 Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1962 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Nov, Dec & 1963 Jan

 

Lot #134 — 17 issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — 1962 Feb, May, July, 1963 June, July, Aug, Dec, 1964 May, Aug, Sep, Oct & 1965 Jan, Feb, April, May, Sep, Nov

 

Lot #135 — 17 issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — 1966 Jan, Mar, 1968 Aug, 1969 Dec, 1970 Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct, Dec, 1971 Feb, April, June, 1972 April, Aug & 1975 Aug, Sword & Sorcery Annual

 

Lot #136 — Marvel Science Fiction for Nov 1951 — published by Martin Goodman (Marvel Comics)

 

Lot #137 — First 3 issues of Orbit — Winter 1953 (#1), Spring 1953 (#2) & July/Aug 1954 (#3)

 

Lot #138 — 21 issues of Other Worlds Science Stories (Ray Palmer) — 1949 Nov (first issue), 1950 Jan (2nd issue), 1950 July, Sep, Oct, Nov, 1951 Jan, March, May, Oct, 1952 March, Aug, Oct, 1953 Feb, March, June, 1955 July, Sep, 1956 April, June, Sep & a special bonus — First Issue of Mystic Magazine, Nov 1953 (also published by Ray Palmer)

 

Lot #139 — 6 issues of Satellite Science Fiction (Leo Margulies’ Renown Publications) — 1956 Oct (#1), 1956 Dec (#2), 1957 Feb (#3), 1958 Aug, Oct & 1959 Feb (1st of 4 large size editions)

 

Lot #140 — Fifteen 3D Comic Books (glasses included) — Battle for a Three Dimensional World (3D Cosmic Publications), Larry Harmon’s Bozo in 3-D (Blackthorne Publishing), 3-D Bullwinkle and Rocky (Blackthorne Publishing), Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Wallace Wood (The 3-D Zone), Electric Fear (The 3-D Zone), 3-D The Flintstones (Blackthorne Publishing), G. I. Joe in 3-D (Blackthorne Publishing), Jet 3-D (The 3-D Zone), 3-D Lars of Mars (Eclipse Comics), Ms.Tree’s 1950s 3-D Crime (Renegade Press), 3-D The New Wave vs. The Volunteers (Eclipse Comics), Seduction of the Innocent 3-D #1, 2 (Eclipse Comics), \Tor 3-D (Eclipse Comics) & The Weird Tales of Basil Wolverton (The 3-D Zone)

 

Lot #141 — 21 Comic Books from Eclipse Comics — Air Fighters Classics #1, 3, Alien Encounters #10, 12, 14, John Law, Detective #1 (Will Eisner), Seduction of the Innocent #1 - 3, Stigs Inferno #6, Tales of the Beanworld #3, 4, 8, 10, 15, 17, Weird Romance #1 & World of Wood #1 - 4

 

Lot #142 — First Ace Paperback in the Double Format in VG+ Condition — #D-1, The Grinning Gismo by Samuel W. Taylor & Too Hot for Hell by Keith Vining. Both covers are by Norman Saunders (image shows both covers of the book) — RESERVE

 

Lot #143 — Lester Dent Ace Double Paperback in VG+ condition — #D-21, Nightshade by John N. Makris (cover by Norman Saunders) & High Stakes (or Dead at Take-Off) by Lester Dent (creator of Doc Savage) — RESERVE

 

Lot #144 — Non-SF Ace Double in Good Condition (Norm Saunders) — #D-27, Double Take by Mel Colton (cover signed Paul) & The Fingered Man (by Bruno Fischer) (cover by Norman Saunders)

 

Lot #145 — Non-SF Ace Double in Good Condition — #D-41, Mourning After by Thomas B. Dewey (cover by Victor Olson) & Death House Doll by Day Keene (cover by Harry Barton)

 

Lot #146 — Non-SF Ace Double in VG+ Condition (Rafael DeSoto) — #D-49, Golden Temptress by Charles Grayson & Tongking! by Dan Cushman (cover by Rafael DeSoto) — RESERVE

 

Lot #147 — Non-SF Ace Double in VG+ to Near Fine Condition — #D-195, The Deep End by Owen Dudley & The Quaking Widow by Robert Colby (VG+ to near fine) — RESERVE

 

Lot #148 — 16 issues of Charley Jones’ Gag Books — Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book — 1945 Fall (#2), Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book — 1946 Mid-Winter (#3), Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book — 1946 Spring (#4), Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book — 1946 July 1 (#5), Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book Mag. — 1946 Oct 1 (#6), Charley Jones’ Laugh Book Magazine — 1947 Jan 1 (#7), Charley Jones’ Laugh Book Magazine — 1951 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, June, Aug, Sep, Dec & Charley Jones’ Laugh Book Magazine — 1953 April

 

Lot #149 — 21 Joke & Gag Books — Army Laughs — 1957 June/July, Bachelor Girl Laughs (Laugh Library #14) — 1945, Bust Out Laffin’ #12— 1955 Sep, Cartoon Digest — 1946 May, Cartoon Escapades #1 — 1945, Dolls & Gags — 1954 Aug/Sep, Galls and Giggles — 1955 Jan (#1), Grins #10 — 1946 July/Aug, Jamboree of Jokes #103 for 1956 Spring, Joke Parade — 1946 (Ampco Books), Joker — Mar, July (years not listed), Kibitzer’s Gag Manual (Laugh Library #11) — 1945, Nippy Stories — 1946 April, Smiles for 03/55, 04/56, 09/57, T. V. Whoopee — 1957 Feb (#2), Varieties Cartoon Cavalcade #2, World’s Best Laughs — 1946 (Ampco Books) & Yoo Hoo! — 1942 June

 

Lot #150 — Twelve issues of Quick News Weekly —1949 Nov 28, 1950 May 29, 1950 June 12, 1951 Apr 2, 1951 May 14, 1951 May 21, 1951 July 16, 1952 Jan 7, 1952 Jan 21, 1952 Aug 25, 1953 Feb 2 & 1953 April 27

 

Lot #151 — 8 L. Ron Hubbard Items — ASI (Author Services, Inc.) Magazine, V. 6, N. 1 (2004), Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, 9th printing, December 1956 (yellow boards with black lettering in VG with no dust jacket), 4 L. Ron Hubbard Library pulp reprints by Galaxy Press — “Branded Outlaw,” “The Great Secret,” “If I Were You,” and “Sabotage in the Sky” & Writer: The Shaping of Popular Culture — a collection of essays by L. Ron Hubbard (Bridge Publications)

 

Lot #152 — Index to the Science Fiction Magazine: 1926 - 1950 by Bradford B. Day, Perri Press, 1952 (classic reference work in good condition with no dust jacket) — RESERVE

 

Lot #153 — 333: A Bibliography of the Science-Fantasy Novel by J. H. Crawford, J. J. Donahue, & D. M. Grant, The Grandon Co., 1953 (classic reference work in paper) — RESERVE

 

Lot #154 — 3 issues Saturn: The Magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy — 1957 March (first issue), 1957 May (#2) & 1958 March (5th and final issue as this title)

 

Lot #155 — 4 issues Space Science Fiction — 1952 May (first issue), 1952 Sept (#2), 1953 Feb (#4) & 1953 May (6 of 8 issues; edited by Lester del Rey)

 

Lot #156 — 3 issues of Spaceway Science Fiction — 1954 June (4th of 8 issues), 1955 June (final issue of original run with torn front cover) & 1969 May/June (2nd revived issue)

 

Lot #157 — 5 issues of Universe Science Fiction (Ray Palmer) — 1953 June, Sep, Dec (first 3 issues of the 8 issue run), 1954 March (#4) & 1954 July (#6)

 

Lot #158 — 11 issues of Venture Science Fiction1957 Jan (first issue), 1957 July, Sep, Nov, 1958 Jan, March, May, 1958 July (last issue of original run), 1969 May (first issue of revived run), 1969 Aug & 1970 Feb

 

Lot #159 — 2 early Popular Publications Air War Pulps — Battle Aces for 03/32 & Battle Birds for 03/34

 

Lot #160 — Battle Stories for 10/30RESERVE

 

Lot #161 — Battle Stories for 12/30RESERVE

 

Lot #162 — 2 later Popular Publications Air War Pulps — Dare-Devil Aces for 11/33 & G-8 and His Battle Aces for 11/38

 

Lot #163 — 2 Air War Pulps — Sky Fighters for 10/33 & War Aces for May 1930 (second issue of 28 total)

 

Lot #164 — 3 Outer Space Collectibles — Tom Corbett: A Trip to the Moon by Marcia Martin & illustrated by Frank Vaughn, (Wonder Book edition, 1953) — “Tommy S. S.” inscribed his name in the “This is my Wonder Book” section of the book. Originally published under the title “Tom Corbett’s Wonder Book of Space.” There is some minor chipping to the book’s exterior and some age toning to the interior pages. Otherwise, it is in very nice condition; Space Patrol Top Secret Diplomatic Pouch (includes 98 stamps (of 100), 15 sheets of stationary, coin album with 3 (of 6) cardboard coins) (1950s) & Space Race, a handheld pinball game manufactured in 2002 for Schylling Toys

 

Lot #165 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1952 March (first issue) & Nov, 1953 Jan, Mar, May, July, Nov, 1954 Jan, March, April, May, Sep, Oct, Dec & 1955 Jan, Feb, March, June, Oct, Dec

Lot #166 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1956 Feb, Apr, June, Aug, Dec, 1957 Feb, 1958 Feb, Dec, 1959 Feb, July, Sep, Nov, 1960 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov & 1961 Jan, March

 

Lot #167 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1961 July, Sep, Nov, 1962 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov, 1963 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov, 1964 Jan, March, May & 1965 Jan, Feb

 

Lot #168 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1965 March, April, May, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1966 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec (complete year) & 1967 Jan

 

Lot #169 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1967 Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & 1968 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Sep, Oct

 

Lot #170 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1968 Nov, Dec, 1969 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, July, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & 1970 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May/June, JulyAug, Sep/Oct, Nov/Dec

 

Lot #171 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1971 Jan/Feb, Mar/Apr, May/June, July/Aug, Sep/Oct, Nov/Dec, (retitled to “Worlds of If”), 1972 Mar/April, May/June, July/Aug, Sep/Oct, Nov/Dec, 1973 Jan/Feb, Mar/Apr, May/June, July/Aug, Sep/Oct, 1974 May/June, July/Aug, Sep/Oct & Galaxy Science Fiction (with Worlds of If) — 1978 Dec/Jan

 

Lot #172 — First Issue of If + Two World of If Digest Anthologies — If (Worlds of Science Fiction) for March 1952 (first issue of this classic SF digest), The First World of If (special digest anthology from 1957) & The Second World of If (special digest anthology from 1958)

 

Lot #173 — 27 Humor Comics & Miscellaneous Titles — Bart Simpson Composition Book (Yoo-hoo Chocolate, 2003) + sticker set (Panini), Bart Simpson, Troublemaker #3 (Bongo), Captain Canuck #1 - 3 (Comely Comix), Captain Daring #1 (B-Movie Comics), CARtoons August 1971 (Petersen Publishing), Cowboy Bebop #1 & 3 (manga) (TokyoPop), Disney Adventures March 1997 (Star Wars Blasts Off!) (digest), Doc Weird’s Thrill Book #1 (art by Al Williamson & Frank Frazetta) (Purple Image), Donald Duck #315 (Gemstone), Emergency July 1976 (Charlton), Fantastic Adventures #1 (Ace Comics), Fiction Illustrated #1: Schlomo Raven, Public Detective (Pyramid Books, 1976, digest), Jerry Iger’s Flamingo #1 (Blackthorne Publishing), Basil Wolverton’s Gateway to Horror #1 (Dark Horse Comics), Radioactive Man #100 (Bongo), Simpsons Comics #90, 92, & 93 (Bongo), Solar, Man of the Atom #6 (Valiant), Stray Bullets, V. 3 (El Capitan, trade paperback), Tex Benson #1, 3, 4 (Metro Comics) & Jerry Iger’s Wonder Boy #2 (Blackthorne Publishing)

 

Lot #174 — 8 issues Science Fiction Adventures (Future Publications) — (missing only March 1954 of 9-issue run) — 1952 Nov (first issue), 1953 Feb, March, May, July, Sep, Dec & 1954 May

 

Lot #175 — 3 issues Science Fiction Adventures (Royal Publications) — 1956 Dec (first issue) & 1957 June (#4), Aug (#5)

 

Lot #176 — 7 issues Super-Science Fiction (Headline Publications) — 1957 Feb (#2), Apr (#3), Dec, 1958 June, Dec & 1959 Aug, Oct

 

Lot #177 — Complete 3-Issue Run of Worlds Beyond (Hillman Periodicals) — 1950 Dec (first issue) & 1951 Jan, Feb

 

Lot #178 — 7 British & French Science Fiction Digests — Fantastic for Winter 1953, V. 1, N. 1 (British — same content as Fantastic #8, US edition), Fiction #78 (“Fantastique Science-Fiction”) for 1960 May (French), Galaxie #140 for 1976 January (French), Nova Science Fiction Novels #1 for 1953 Winter — John Beynon’s “Stowaway to Mars” (British), Science Fantasy #42 for 1960 Aug (British), Supernatural Stories #20 for 1958 Dec (Badger) (British) & Wonders of the Spaceways #10 for Feb 1954 (final issue with no back cover) (British)

 

Lot #179 — 2 Science Fiction Novel Digests — Prize Science Fiction #11 — Sojarr of Titan by Manly Wade Wellman (1949) & The Space Pirate by Jack Vance (Toby Press, 1953)

 

Lot #180 — 2 Science Fiction Novel Digests — Double Action Pocketbook — City of Glass by Noel Loomis (Columbia Publications, 1955 in near fine condition) & Merit Books #B-10 — Operation Interstellar by George O. Smith (Century Publications, 1950)

 

Lot #181 — The Garden of Fear and Other Stories — Anthology includes Robert E. Howard’s title story and works by Miles J. Breuer, Lloyd Arthur Eshbach, David H. Keller, and H. P. Lovecraft (Crawford Publications, 1945)

 

Lot #182 — 23 of the 26 issues of Worlds of Tomorrow (Galaxy Publishing) — 1963 Aug, Oct, Dec (#3 - 5), 1964 Feb, April, June, Aug, Nov, 1965 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov, 1966 Jan, March, May, Aug, Nov, 1967 May, 1970 Summer, Winter & 1971 Spring (final issue)

 

Lot #183 — 13 Miscellaneous Galaxy Publishing Science Fiction Digests     Galaxy Science Fiction — 1952 March & 1961 Feb, If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1953 March, 1964 Jan (2 copies), 1967 Aug & Worlds of Tomorrow — 1963 Oct, Dec (#4 & 5), 1964 June, Aug, 1965 July & 1966 Jan, May

 

Lot #184 — 30 issues Life Magazine — Space Related Issues — 1952 Feb 4 — Why US Planes Can’t Beat Red Migs, 1957 June 3 — Man-Made Moon Takes Shape, 1957 Oct 21 — Satellites, 1957 Nov 18 — Wernher Van Braun and Travel to the Moon, 1958 Jan 6 — Into Frontiers Beyond Earth, 1958 Feb 17 — What Satellite ‘Explorer’ Is Telling Us, 1959 Sep 14 — First-Person Reports by the Astronauts, 1961 Mar 3 — First Team of Astronauts (Glenn, Grissom, Shepard), 1961 April 21 — 19 Pages On Space, 1962 Aug 3 — Bob White, First into Space on Wings, 1965 June 18 — The Space Walk, 1966 July 1 — Lunar Report from Survey True Color of Moon,” 1969 July 4 — Off to the Moon Special Issue, 1969 Dec 12 — Apollo 12 on the Moon, 1969 — To the Moon and Back Special Edition (2 copies) & 1970 Apr 24 — Jim Lovell and Apollo 13; Science Fiction Related Issues — 1949 July 25 — Mighty Joe Young (“Son of Kong”), 1950 July 31 — Ad for Destination Moon,” 1951 May 21 — Science Fiction and Hollywood, 1954 Feb 22 — Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, 1954 June 14 — Vampira & 1959 Sep 7 — Bat Masterson Meets the Spaceman”;

Al Capp Related Issues — 1952 March 31 — Why I Let Li’l Abner Marry & 1957 Jan 14 — The Dogpatch Saga: Al Capp’s Own Story (2 copies) & World War II & Special Issues — 1945 June 4 — Invest in War Bonds + Caniff “Male Call” Story, 1945 July 9 — More Japanese Soldiers Are Surrendering, 1966 Dec 23 — 30th Anniversary Special Photography Double Issue & 1968 Mar 1 — Georgia O’Keeffe in New Mexico

 

Lot #185 — 2 Mounted Pulp Covers for Display — Astounding Science Fiction for March 1951 — cover attached to hardboard tempered panel and featuring James H. Schmitz’s “Space Fear” (art by Paul Orban) & Planet Stories for Winter 1942  — framed cover featuring Nelson Bond’s “Colossus of Chaos” (art by Allen Anderson)

 

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Annual Pulpfest Auction
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Sale Date(s)
Saturday Aug 7, 8:00 pm
Sale Location
Doubletree Hilton 910 Sheraton Drive
Mars, PA 16046
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PulpFest is the summertime convention for fans of popular culture both old and new. This longtime event seeks to honor the pulps by drawing attention to the many ways these throwaway magazines of the early 20th century have inspired writers, artists, film directors, game designers, and other creators over the years.
 
PulpFest will be offering 185 lots of pulps, digest magazines, men’s adventure and true crime magazines, plus a selection of joke and gag books and other material from the collection of the late Carl Joecks at this year's convention. The PulpFest 2021 auction will begin at 9 PM on Saturday, August 7.
 
A retired television cameraman, electronic equipment repairman, and carpenter from Vermont, Carl Joecks became enamored with science fiction, comic books, radio, and astronomy during his youth. He was soon collecting the things that he loved.
 

Acquired over many years, Carl stored his collection in a darkened room. Most of his magazines were bagged with backing boards and stored flat for additional protection.

 

In addition to the items mentioned above, the auction will include the 1935 Pleasure Books edition of THE POP-UP BUCK ROGERS and a number of “Ace Doubles,” one of them being the very first double paperback issued by the company. Also featured will be a small number of rare gangster and detective pulps, the 1942 Random House edition of George Lowther's THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN, an RKO Distributing Licensing Agreement, dated Nov. 30, 1932, for a showing of KING KONG, a number of "Spicy" and war pulps, and the true first edition of Charles Willeford's first novel, HIGH PRIEST OF CALIFORNIA (published by Royal Books in the "double" format).

Longtime auctioneer Joseph F. Saine of Rossford, Ohio will be managing the auction.

PulpFest 2020 will also be saluting the centennial of author Ray Bradbury’s birth; the 100th anniversary of BLACK MASK — the pulp where the hardboiled detective story took root; and the 120th anniversary of the birth of WEIRD TALES artist Margaret Brundage. “Bradbury, BLACK MASK, and Brundage” have inspired and continue to inspire creators the world over.

If three “B’s” aren’t enough for you, how about Burroughs, Brackett, Baum, a pair of “B” movies, and our special guest: the “B”eautiful Eva Lynd?

Eva was a top model for artists Norm Eastman and Al Rossi, and a frequent collaborator with Doc Savage model Steve Holland.

PulpFest 2020 will have panels, presentations, and more on all of these topics. We hope to see you August 6 - 9 at the beautiful DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pittsburgh – Cranberry, just outside of Pittsburgh in Mars, Pennsylvania for a fantastic weekend of buying and selling, exciting panels and presentations, and a truly amazing auction.

To learn more about PulpFest 2020, please visit www.pulpfest.com.

 

 

PULPFEST 2020 CARL JOECKS ESTATE AUCTION

 

Lot #1 — 2 Popular Publications Detective PulpsAce G-Man Stories for 11/38 (major rodent damage) & Detective Tales for 02/39

 

Lot #2 — Complete Underworld Novelettes for Spring 1932 (first of 9 issues) — RESERVE

 

Lot #3 — 3 detective pulps — Detective Fiction Weekly for 01/04/41 (Munsey), Detective Story Magazine for 01/31/31 (Street & Smith), Double Detective for 03/39 (Munsey)

 

Lot #4 — 2 Columbia detective pulps  — Double Action Detective for 01/39 (2nd of 8 issues), Famous Detective for 08/51 (formerly Crack Detective)

 

Lot #5 — 2 Culture Publications detective pulps — Hollywood Detective for 05/44 & Speed Detective for 10/45

 

Lot #6 — 3 issues of Popular Detective (Standard) — 08/37, 10/42 & 06/43

 

Lot #7 — Ten Story Gang for March 1939 (4th of 6 issues of this Winford Publications gangster pulp) — RESERVE

 

Lot #8 — Top-Notch Detective for March 1939 (last of 3 issues of this Marvel Comics Red Circle detective pulp— RESERVE

 

 

Lot #9 — Undercover Detective for April 1939 (last of 3 issues of this Double-Action detective pulp) — RESERVE

 

Lot #10 — 2 Hero Pulps — Phantom Detective for 06/45 (Murder for Millions) & Secret Agent X for 03/39 (“Yoke of the Crimson Coterie” with major rodent damage)

 

Lot #11 — 2 Hero Comic Books from Latin AmericaO Sombra #1 (The Shadow) from 1974 (DC Comics, Mike Kaluta cover, Brazilian edition) & El Spirit #3 (The Spirit) from 1966 (Mexican edition)

 

Lot #12 — 24 True Crime Magazines — Amazing Detective Case for 02 & 11/41, Best True Fact Detective for 02 - 03/49, Crime Detective for 02/39, 06 & 12/41, 06/42, Detective Year Book for 1943, Front Page Detective for 04/40, Headline Detective for 10/42, Headquarters Detective for 02 & 04/41 and 04, 09, 11 & 12/43, Inside Detective for 03/56, Master Detective for 09/42, Real Detective for 06 & 07/42, Special Detective Cases for 07/42, True Crime Detective for 01 - 03/48 (single issue), True Crime Unmasked for 07/43 (second issue) & True Mystery for 08/56

 

Lot #13 — 27 True Romance, Confession & Movie MagsActual Confessions for 12/61, Intimate Romances for 08 & 09/55, Modern Romances for 03/54, 02, 03, 07, & 08/55, & 07/56, Movie Club for W/95, Movie Lifes Merv Griffin, 1979, My Confessions for 02/61, Photoplay for 08/45, Real Confessions for 12/58, Screen Stories for 11/51, 04/53, 06/53, Secret Life for 03/60, Secrets for 03/60, True Confessions for 02/54, 12/60, 11/61, True Experience for 10/60, True Love for 04/53, True Problems for 06/56, Uncensored Confessions for 05/61 & Your Romance for 06/59

 

Lot #14 — 32 Gossip Magazines (one duplicate) — Confidential for 07/54, 05/55, 06/56, Inside Story for 03/55, 08/56, The New Lowdown for 03/58, Real Medic Stories for 10/62, Sensation for 07, 09, 10, 11, & 12/42, 01/43, 02/43, Suppressed for 01/56, True Story for 10/51 (2 copies), 12/51, 08/52, 09/53, 11/54, 12/54, 03/55, 07/55, 02/56, 04/66, 03/67, Uncensored for 05/58, 01/60 & Whisper for 09/55, 11/55, & 01/56

 

Lot #15 — 7 Early Ray Bradbury BooksFahrenheit 451 (Ballantine Books #41, 1st paperback printing in poor condition), Fahrenheit 451 (Del Rey Everbind Books edition, 51st printing in VG condition), The Illustrated Man (Bantam Books #991, 1st paperback printing in good+ condition), The Machineries of Joy (1st Simon & Schuster hardcover printing with dust jacket, both in good condition), The Martian Chronicles (Bantam Books #886, 1st paperback printing in fair condition), The Martian Chronicles (Bantam Books #1261, 3rd paperback printing in poor to fair condition), 3 to the Highest Power (Avon #S336, 1st paperback printing in good condition  with first paperback printing of Bradbury’s “The Lost City of Mars” + stories by Chad Oliver & Theodore Sturgeon)

 

Lot #16 — 6 Assorted Science Fiction Pulps — Out of This World Adventures for 07/50 (1st of 2 Avon issues), Super Science Stories for 04/43 (Canadian issue contains content of 11/42 US issue), Tops in Science Fiction for Spring 1953 (1st of 2 Fiction House issues), Two Complete Science Adventure Books for Winter for Winter 1950 (first issue with stories by Asimov and L. Ron Hubbard) & Unknown for March 1940 (British)

 

Lot #17 — 9 issues Astonishing Stories (Popular Publications) — 08/40, 02, 04, 09, & 11/41, 06/42, 12/42, 02/43. 04/43 (9 issues of 16-issue run)

 

Lot #18 — 10 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — 01/39 (issue #1), 03, 05, 07, & 11/39, 01, 03, 05, 07, & 09/40 (ten of first eleven issues)

 

Lot #19 — 10 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — 01/41, 05/41, 05, 07, 09, & 11/42, 01, 03, 06, & F/43

 

Lot #20 — 8 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — W, SP, SU, & F/44 & W, SP, SU, & F/45 (2 years complete)

 

Lot #21 — 10 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — W, 03, SP, SU, & F/46 & 01, 03, 05, 07, 09, 11/47 (2 years complete)

 

Lot #22 — 11 issues Startling Stories (Standard Magazines) — 01, 03, 05, & 09/48, 01, 03, 09, & 11/49, 01, 03, & 09/50

 

Lot #23 — 10 Standard Magazines Science Fiction Pulps — Startling Stories for 11/51, 04/52, & SP/55, Fantastic Story Quarterly for SP/50 (1st issue) & F/50, W/51, SP/51, Fantastic Story Magazine for SU/51 & SU/54 & Space Stories for 10/52 (first of five total issues)

 

Lot #24 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 02/38, 02, 04, 06, 08, & 10/39, 01, 03, 04, & 06/40

 

Lot #25 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, & 12/40, 02, 03, 04, 06/41

 

Lot #26 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 10/41, 12/41, 02, 06, 08, 10, & 12/42, 02, 04, & 06/43

 

Lot #27 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 08/43, F/43, W, SP, SU, & F/44, W/45, SU/45, W/46, SP/46

 

Lot #28 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — SU/46, 02, 06, 08, 10, & 12/47, 02, 04, 06, & 08/48

 

Lot #29 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 10/48, 12/48, 02, 04, 08, 10, & 12/49, 02 & 04/50 (loose front cover), 06/50

 

Lot #30 — 10 issues Thrilling Wonder Stories (Standard) — 08, 10, & 12/50, 02, 04, 08, 10, 12/51, 02/52, 06/52

 

Lot #31 — 10 issues Super Science Stories (Popular Publications) — 01, 03, 05, 08, & 11/41 (complete second year), 05, 08, & 11/42, 02/43, 04/49

 

Lot #32 — 11 miscellaneous Science Fiction Pulps — Amazing Stories for 04/47, 03/50, 08/50, 12/51, Amazing Stories Quarterly (large size pulp with various excerpts bound together), Famous Fantastic Mysteries for 02/41, 09/45, 04/47, Fantastic Adventures for 08/52 & 01/53 & Fantastic Novels for 01/50

 

Lot #33 — 5 issues Science-Fiction Plus (Gernsback Publications) — 03/53 (first issue), 06, 08, 10, & 12/53 (final issue of seven-issue run) (all large size)

 

Lot #34 — 4  bedsheet issues & 1 pulp issue Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback’s Stellar Pub.) — 07/32, 12/32, 01/33, 03/33, 8/35

 

Lot #35 — 4  bedsheet issues & 1 pulp issue Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback’s Stellar Pub.) — 05, 06, 08, 10/33, 9/35

 

Lot #36 — 5 pulp issues Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback’s Stellar Pub.) — 12/33, 06, 07, 10, & 11/34

 

Lot #37 — 5 pulp issues Wonder Stories (Hugo Gernsback’s Stellar Pub.) — 02, 03, 08, 09, & 11/35, 01-02/36 (second last Gernsback issue)

 

Lot #38 — 8 issues Science Fiction Quarterly (Columbia Publications, 2nd series) — 05/51 (first issue), 11/53, 02, 05, & 11/55, 05/56, 08/56, 05/57

 

Lot #39 — The Adventures of Superman by George Lowther (Random House 1942 edition in dust jacket with foxing to page edges and adhesive residue on inside covers. The illustration following page 52 is loose) — RESERVE

 

Lot #40 — 2 Movie Distribution Agreements — RKO Distributing Licensing Agreements, both dated Nov. 30, 1932, for Frank Buck’s Bring ‘Em Back Alive” &The Eighth Wonder” (formerly called Kong”). The film would later be titled King Kong”

 

Lot #41 — nearly 60 magazine & comic book issues of Will Eisner’s “The Spirit” — The Spirit #1 - 8, 10 - 13 (Warren Publishing, 12 magazine issues), The Spirit #17, 18, 20 - 22 (Kitchen Sink, 5 magazine issues), The Spirit #2 - 6, 8, 12, 14, 18, 19, 21 - 33, 35 - 38, 40 - 44, 51, 52, 54 (2), 55 - 57, 60 (Kitchen Sink Comics (40 issues + 1 duplicate), Will Eisner’s 3 - D Classics Featuring The Spirit #1

 

Lot #42 — Four 12¢ Comics from the 1960s — First Men in the Moon (Gold Key, 1965), Magnus Robot Fighter #20 (Gold Key, 11/67), Strange Adventures #133 (DC, 10/61), Superman #151 (DC, 02/62)

 

Lot #43 — Four mass market magazines with 3 featuring essays by Arthur C. Clarke — Collier’s, 03/02/52 — “Man Will Conquer Space Soon” (features cover art by Chesley Bonestell), Holiday, 03/53 — Arthur C. Clarke’s “A Journey to Mars,” Holiday, 08/54 — Arthur C. Clarke’s “Undersea Holiday,” Holiday, 02/55 — Arthur C. Clarke’s “Weekend on the Moon”

 

Lot #44 — Complete Year of Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact for 1961 (Jan - Dec)

 

Lot #45 — 15 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1962 Jan, March, April, May, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1963 Jan, Feb, April (large), July (large) & 1980 Jan (50th anniversary issue))

 

Lot #46 — 26 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1965 Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1966 Jan, Feb, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1967 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, Oct, Dec & 1968 Jan, Feb, Mar, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct

 

Lot #47 — 28 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1969 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1970 Jan, Feb, March, June, July, Aug, Sep, Nov, Dec & 1971 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Oct, Nov

 

Lot #48 — 28 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1971 Dec, 1972 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1973 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, 1974 Nov, Dec & 1975 Jan, Feb, Apr

 

Lot #49 — 28 issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1975 June, July, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1976 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, 1977 April, May, June, July, 1978 Feb, March, April, 1979 July, 1980 Jan (50th anniversary issue), Feb,1990 Jan (60th anniversary issue) & 1992 Jan (anniversary double issue)

 

Lot #50 — 21 miscellaneous Issues Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact — 1961 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov (no front cover), Dec, 1965 Sep, 1971 Dec, 1972 Feb, Aug, Dec, 1973 Jan (2), Feb & 1980 Jan (50th anniversary issue)

 

Lot #51 — 14 issues Galaxy Science Fiction Novel — #1 (Sinister Barrier), #3 (Prelude to Space), #4 (The Amphibians), #5 (The World Below), #7 (Empire), #10 (Rat Race), #13 (Seeds of Life), #14 (Pebble in the Sky), #15 (Three Go Back), #16 (Warriors of Day), #17 (Well of the Worlds), #21 (The Humanoids), #23 (Murder in Space) & #31 (Shambleau)

 

Lot #52 — 3 issues of Adventure — 1917 Sep (first), 1919 March (first) & 1924 Dec 30 — RESERVE

 

Lot #53 — 3 issues of Adventure — 1934 July (Baumhofer), 1939 Nov (Baumhofer) & 1947 Oct

 

Lot #54 — 10 issues of Blue Book — 1937 May (pulp), 1938 Feb (pulp), 1946 Nov (large size) & 1947 Feb, Mar, Apr, June, Aug, Sep, Dec (large size)

 

Lot #55 — 11 issues of Blue Book (all large size) — 1948 Jan, Mar, Oct, 1949 Jan, Apr, 1950 Mar, Sep, 1951 Jan, Sep, 1953 July & 1954 Feb

 

Lot #56 — 6 issues of Argosy & Short Stories — Argosy for 1920 Jan 10, March 13 & 1938 Nov 5 and Short Stories for 1946 Sep 10, Sep 25 & 1948 Oct 10 (no back cover)

 

Lot #57 — 2 issues of Cartoons Magazine (published by H. H. Windsor from 1912 to 1922) — 11/19 & 01/21

 

Lot #58 — 6 Early General Interest Magazines — The Cosmopolitan for 09/01, The Forum for June 1891, McClure’s Magazine for Oct 1899, Munsey’s Magazine for Feb 1895 and Jan 1900 & World Progress for 04/30/31

 

Lot #59 — 6 Miscellaneous Science Fiction Digests (most first issues) — Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine for Spring 1977 (#1), Beyond Infinity for Nov/Dec 1967 (first issue), International Science Fiction for Nov 1967 (first issue), Rocket Stories for 04/53, Science Fiction Classics for Summer 1967 (first issue) & Worlds Beyond for 01/51

 

Lot #60 — 6 Miscellaneous Science Fiction Digests (most first issues) — Science Fiction Digest for Winter 1954 (first issue), Science Fiction Digest for Oct/Nov 1981 (first issue), Star for Jan 1958 (first and only issue), Unearth for Winter 1977 (#1), Wonder Stories Science Fiction Anthology for 1957 (one-off) & Worlds Beyond for 1950 Dec (first issue)

 

Lot #61 — 3 Avon Science Fiction Digests — Avon Science Fiction Reader for Winter 1951 (#2) & Avon Science Fiction and Fantasy Reader for Jan 1953 (#1) and Apr 1953 (#2)

 

Lot #62 — 4 issues Beyond Fantasy Fiction (Galaxy Pub.) — 1954 Jan, Mar, Sep & Jan 1955 (final issue)

 

Lot #63 — 2 Short Run Science Fiction Digests from the 1950s — Cosmos Science Fiction and Fantasy for Sept 1953 (first of 4 issues) & Space Science Fiction for Spring 1957 (first of 2 issues)

 

Lot #64 — 3 Fantasy Digests from the 1950s — Fantasy Book for W/50 (#6), Fantasy Fiction for 11/53 (final issue) & Fantasy Stories for 11/50 (2nd of two issues)

 

Lot #65 — 3 issues Bill Barnes Air Trails — 12/35 (front cover loose), 04/36, 08/36

 

Lot #66 — 3 issues Bill Barnes Air Trails — 09/36, 10/36, 01/37

 

Lot #67 — 3 issues Air Trails (with Bill Barnes) — 02/37, 05/37, 07/37

 

Lot #68 — 3 issues Air Trails (with Bill Barnes) — 01/38, 02/38, 03/38

 

Lot #69 — 6 issues Air Trails (2 with Bill Barnes) — 07/38, 11/38 (both with Barnes), 10/39, 05/47, 07/47 & 09/47

 

Lot #70 — 8 Gernsback Science Magazines — Everyday Science & Mechanics for 04/33, 07/33, 10/34, 11/34, 12/35 (2 copies), Popular Science Monthly for 03/34 (not Gernsback) & Science and Invention for 03/24 (includes some science fiction) and 01/30

 

Lot #71 — 9 issues Radio-Craft (Hugo Gernsback) — 11/30, 5, 08, & 10/32, 10/35, 04, 06, & 10/36, 11/37

 

Lot #72 — 12 issues of Hugo Gernsback Radio Magazines — Radio News for 04/25 (contains one story), 09/29, 12/29, 01/30, 07/30 & Short Wave Craft for 07/31, 06/33, 01, 08, & 12/35, 04/36, 06/36

 

Lot #73 — Spicy-Adventure Stories for 03/36 — RESERVE

 

Lot #74 — Spicy Mystery Stories for 12/35 (“Death Orchids”) — RESERVE

 

Lot #75 — Saucy Movie Tales for 12/35 (3rd issue — front cover loose, no back cover)

 

Lot #76 — 3 Sports Pulps — Fight Stories for Fall 1937 & Sports Novels for 09/48 (2 copies)

 

Lot #77 — Red Seal Western for Oct 1939 (Ace Periodicals)

 

Lot #78 — Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction for F/49 (1st issue) & F/50 (4th issue)

 

Lot #79 — 23 issues Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1953 April, June, 1954 April, Aug, Oct, 1955 Jan, May, Nov, 1956 Apr, 1958 Feb, Mar, April, May, Sep, 1959 Feb, April, May, Oct & 1960 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May

 

Lot #80 — 24 issues Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1960 June, July, Nov, 1961 Jan, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & 1962 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Nov, Dec

 

Lot #81 — 23 issues Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1963 Jan, April, May, Aug, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1964 Jan, Feb, March, May, June, July, Aug, 1965 July, 1966 Feb, April, Oct, Nov, 1967 Jan, Feb, March, Dec & 1968 July

 

Lot #82 — 24 issues Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1968 Aug, Sep, Oct, 1969 Jan, July, 1970 Apr, Oct, 1971 Apr, May, July, Aug, Sep, 1972 April, 1973 March, Sep, 1974 April, Oct, 1975 March, 1976 Oct, Nov, 1977 July, 1978 April, 1979 Oct (30th anniversary issue) & 1980 April

 

Lot #83 — 19 miscellaneous issues The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction — 1950 Fall (4th issue), 1955 May, 1961 June, July, Sep, Nov, Dec, 1962 Jan, Feb, March, July, Sep, 1963 Jan, Nov, Dec, 1964 June, 1965 July, 1971 April & 1972 April

 

Lot #84 — 10 Issues Fantastic Universe digest issues — 1953 June/July (1st issue), 1954 Sep, 1957 Mar, 1958 Aug, 1959 Mar, Sep (trimmed pulp issues), 1959 Oct, Nov, Dec & 1960 Jan

 

Lot #85 — 5 Miscellaneous Fantasy Digests (most first issues) — Coven 13 for Sept 1969 (first issue) & March 1970 (last issue with this title), Fear for 05/60 (first issue), Shock — The Magazine of Terrifying Tales for 05/60 (#1) & Worlds of Fantasy for Winter 1968 (first issue)

 

Lot #86 — 14 issues of Imagination — 1950 Dec, 1951 Feb, 1952 March, May, Dec, 1953 Nov, 1954 May, 1956 Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct, 1957 Feb & 1958 Aug

 

Lot #87 — 13 issues of Imaginative Tales & Space Travel — Imaginative Tales — 1964 Sep (#1), 1955 Sep, Nov, 1956 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov, 1957 Sep, 1958 May & Space Travel (title change) — July 1958 (#1), Nov 1958

 

Lot #88 — 7 Occult & Strange Mystery Magazines — Borderline—The Magazine Which Dares The Unknown for 1954 Sep (first issue), Fate (Ray Palmer) for 1949 Nov, 1952 Apr/May, 1954 May, Mystic MagazIne for 1953 Nov (first issue), Science Digest for 1956 March & Tomorrow for 1952-53 Winter issue (#2)

 

Lot #89 — 7 Occult & Strange Mystery Magazines — Dream World for 1952 Feb (first issue), Fate (Ray Palmer) for 1950 Dec, 1953 Jan, Mystic Magazine for 1953 Nov (first issue), Strange—The Magazine of True Mysteries for 1952 March (first issue), & War in the Atomic Age? (1946)

 

Lot #90 — True First Edition of Charles Willeford’s 1st Novel 1950 — “High Priest of California” (paired with Talbot Mundy’s “Full Moon” (Royal Books Giant Edition #20), (spine roll with creases, cover tears, folds, and creasing, edge yellowing, scarce volume) — RESERVE

 

Lot #91 — 31 Issues of Dick Tracy Monthly from 1987-88 & 3 trade paperbacks (all Blackthorne Publishing), plus more — comic book issue #s 7 - 12, 14 - 15, 39 - 45, 54 - 69, book #s 8 - 10 (Blackthorne) & Everything Comes Up Blank” (audio tape, episode 2)

 

Lot #92 — 29 EC Comic Book Reprints — Crime SuspenStories #2, 5 (Russ Cochran), Crime SuspenStories #25 (East Coast Comics), The Crypt of Terror #1 (East Coast Comics), The Haunt of Fear #2 (Gladstone), The Haunt of Fear #12 (Russ Cochran), The Haunt of Fear #23 (East Coast Comics), The Nostalgic Mad #3, 7 (EC Comics, 1970s), Panic, Vol. 1 (Gemstone) (paperback reprint of #1 - 4), Shock SuspenStories #5, 6, 12 (East Coast Comics), Two-Fisted Tales #2 - 5 (Russ Cochran), Two-Fisted Tales #23 (East Coast Comics), The Vault of Horror #5 (Gladstone), The Vault of Horror #26 (East Coast Comics), Weird Fantasy #13 (East Coast Comics), Weird Science #1 - 4 (Gladstone), Weird Science #3, 5 (Russ Cochran), Weird Science #15 (East Coast Comics) & Weird Science-Fantasy #2 (Russ Cochran)

 

Lot #93 — 17 Mr. Monster Comic Books (Eclipse Comics) — Doc Stearn’s Mr. Monster #5, 7 (2), 8 (2), 9, 10, Mr. Monster’s Hi-Octane Horror #1, Mr. Monster’s Hi-Shock Schlock! #1, 2, M. Monster’s Super Science #1, Mr. Monster’s True Crime Comics #1 (2), 2 (3) & Mr. Monster’s Weird Tales of the Future #1

 

Lot #94 — 3 Vintage Comic Strip Reprints — 1928 — Bringing Up Father Series #13 (Cupples & Leon), 1930 — Bringing Up Father Series #18 (Cupples & Leon) & 1951 — Pogo by Walt Kelly —(Simon and Schuster)

 

Lot #95 — 5 Non-Science Fiction Digest Novels — Black Cat Detective Series #14, Dark Power by Elisabeth Sanxay Holding (Crestwood, 1945), Black Cat Western Series #43, Renegade Guns by James L. Rubel (Crestwood, 1945), The Tattooed Man by Howard Pease (Comet Books, 2nd printing, 1948), The Case of the Walking Corpse by Armstrong Livingston (David Lucom, 1945) & The Man Who Feared by Will F. Jenkins, AKA Murray Leinster, (A Hangman’s House Mystery, date unknown)

 

Lot #96 — 5 Non-Science Fiction Digest Novels — Mystery Novel Classic #57, Death Writes an Ad by Marion Holbrook (Hillman), plus 3 Thriller Novel Classics — #4, The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu by Sax Rohmer, #24, Deadline for Destruction by Charles L. Leonard & #31, Fear Came First by Vera Kelsey (all by Hillman) & Murder in the House with the Blue Eyes by J. N. Darby (Margood, A Thrilling Mystery Novel,  1944)

 

Lot #97 — 3 Crime and Detective Digests — Hunted Detective Story Magazine for 12/54 (#1), Sleuth Mystery Magazine for 12/58, Suspense Magazine for Spring 1951 (first of 4 issues)

 

Lot #98 — 2 Rare Specialty Digests — Avon Modern Short Story Monthly #51 (1950) (final issue of the magazine’s run) & Jack London’s Adventure Magazine for Oct 1958 (1st of two issues)

 

Lot #99 — 2 Girlie Pulps — Bunk for May 1933 (final issue) & Film Fun for Dec 1939

 

Lot #100 — 2 Girlie Pulps — Gay Book for June 1935 & La Paree Stories for July 1934

 

Lot #101 — 2 Girlie Pulps — Reel Humor for May 1939 & Reel Screen Fun for April 1936

 

Lot #102 — 2 Girlie Pulps — Silk Stocking Stories for March 1938 & 10 Story Book for Oct 1931

 

Lot #103 — 5 Railroad Pulps — Railroad Stories for 04/34 & 12/35 & Railroad Magazine for 10/37, 06/38, 06/43

 

Lot #104 — 22 Issues of Amazing Stories — 1953 Oct/Nov (4th digest iss.), 1956 Feb, July, Nov, Dec, 1957 Jan, June, Aug, Sep, 1958 Sep, 1959 Oct, Nov & 1960 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct

 

Lot #105 — 22 Issues of Amazing Stories — 1960 Nov, Dec, 1961 Jan, Feb, March, May, June, Aug, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1962 Jan, Feb, April, June, July, Aug, Nov & 1963 Jan, Feb, March, April

 

Lot #106 — 22 Issues of Amazing Stories — 1963 June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Dec, 1964 Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & 1965 Jan, Feb, April, May, June

 

Lot #107 — 22 Issues of Amazing Stories (+ 2 dups) — 1965 Aug, Oct, Dec, 1966 Aug, Oct, 1969 Nov (2 copies), 1970 March, May, Nov, 1971 Jan, March, May, July, 1972 Jan, March, May, July (2 copies), Sep, Nov & 1973 Jan, March, June

 

Lot #108 — Buck Rogers Pop-Up Set (3 pieces) — “The Pop-Up Buck Rogers,” 1935 Pleasure Books edition (first & third pop-ups are damaged), Applewood Books reprint edition of “The Pop-Up Buck Rogers” from 1994 in fine condition & The Pop-Up Buck Rogers in A Dangerous Mission,” 1934 Blue Ribbon Press edition (although the pop-up background illustration is still within the copy, the actual pop-up itself is missing)

 

Lot #109 — 10 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, D-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — D-31 (1st SF Double), D-44, D-69, D-94, D-99, D-110, D-113, D-118, D-162, D-164 — RESERVE

 

Lot #110 — 10 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, D-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — D-173, D-176, D-199, D-205, D-215, D-223, D-237, D-242, D-255, D-277 — RESERVE

 

Lot #111 — 10 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, D-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — D-299, D-315, D-322, D-331, D-345, D-351, D-358, D-362, D-369, D-381 — RESERVE

 

Lot #112 — 10 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, D-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — D-44, D-403, D-407, D-427, D-431, D-437, D-443, D-471, D-485, D-497 — RESERVE

 

Lot #113 — 7 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, F and G-Series (condition range is good to near fine) — F-104, F-117, F-141, F-185, G-606, G-609 (2 copies) RESERVE

 

Lot #114 — 7 Ace Science Fiction Doubles, M-Series (condition range is good to near fine, most at upper end of range) — M-103, M-105, M-107, M-113, M-115, M-117, M-123 — RESERVE

 

Lot #115 — 14 issues Future Science Fiction (+ 2 duplicates) — Science Fiction for Jan 1941 (pulp) & Future Science Fiction for May/June 1950 (2 copies) & Nov 1950 (both pulp) and 1955 (#28), 1956 (#29), 1957 Spring (#32) (2 copies), 1958 June, Aug, Oct, Dec, 1959 Aug & 1960 Feb (penultimate issue) (all digests)

 

Lot #116 — 13 issues Science Fiction Stories (continuation of Future Science Fiction) — 1953 Winter (#1), 1955 Jan (“The Original” is added to the title with the 09/55 issue), \1956 May, July, 1957 May, Sep, \1958 June, Sep, Nov, 1959 Feb, July, Sep & 1960 Jan (all digests)

 

Lot #117 — 7 Miscellaneous Science Fiction Digests — Gamma for 11/63 (2nd issue), New Worlds Science Fiction (US edition) for 03/60 & 07/60, Science Fiction Digest for W/54 (first issue), Space Science Fiction for Spring 1957 (first of 2 issues), Vanguard Science Fiction for 06/58 (first issue) & Worlds Beyond for 12/50 (first issue)

 

Lot #118 — 8 issues Infinity Science Fiction — 1955 Nov (first issue), 1956 June, Aug, Oct, 1957 April & 1958 June, Oct, Nov

 

Lot #119 — 10 Men’s Adventure Magazines — Argosy for 04/58, Battle Cry for 10/56, Challenge for 03/58, The Flying Saucer Menace, 1967, For Men Only for 04/58 & 11/72, Man’s Action for 03/58, Man’s Illustrated for 12/56, Man’s Magazine for 04/58 & Man to Man for 10-11/51

 

Lot #120 — 10 Men’s Adventure Magazines — Man’s World for 04/68, Men for 09/53, Mr. for 07/56 & Sir for 01/46, 09/49, 12/50, 07/51, 06/52, 11/57 & 04/58

 

Lot #121 — 11 Men’s Adventure Magazines — Real  for 09/56 Sep, Real War for 10/58, Saga for 10/57, 06/63, & 11/64, Sport Life for 03/56, Sportsman for 11/56 & 08/57, True for 02/52, True Strange for 12/57 & World War #3 (1940)

 

Lot #122 — 10 Men’s Adventure MagazinesStag for 02/55, 04/57& 06/66 & True for 02/46, 02/56, 05/56, 05/58, 12/59, 07/62, 09/62

 

Lot #123 — 15 Special Issue & Prestige Format Comic Books — The Adventures of Superman #500 (DC), Batman #500 (DC), Batman/Judge Dredd #2 (DC), Detective Comics March 1937 Millennium Edition (DC), Detective Comics #38 Millennium Edition (DC), Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #1 Millennium Edition (DC), More Fun Comics #73 Millennium Edition (DC), JLA Resents Plastic Man 38-Page Special #1 (DC), Robin II: The Joker’s Wild #1 (DC), Secret Origins #17 (Starring Adam Strange & Dr. Occult) (DC), Spider-Man #50 (Marvel), Web of Spider-Man #100 (Marvel), Superman: For All Seasons #1 (DC), Superman: King of the World #1 (DC), Superman: Save the Planet #1 (DC) & an added bonus of The Adventures of Batman & Robin Mini-Poster #4 of 9 — “The Penguin” (DC)

 

Lot #124 — 18 Photo Digest Magazines — Eye for 02, 05, & 10/54, Foto-Rama for 10/54 & 11/58, Photo for 10/53, 04, 08, & 09/54, Picture Scope for 09/55, 01/56, Scoop for 03/54, Sensation for 01/54, 03/54, Tab for 05/54, 10/54, 12/55 & Vue for 03/55

 

Lot #125 — 1927 Paramount Pictures program plus press book for William A. Wellman’s Motion Picture WINGS

 

Lot #126 — 4 Sleazy Novels in Digest Format — Unfaithful! by Luther Gordon (Quarter Books #22), Pleasure Girl by Luther Gordon (Quarter Books #34), One Night with Diane by Harvey Jones (Quarter Books #63) & Waterfront Hotel by Norman Bligh (Quarter Books #78)

 

Lot #127 — 4 Sleazy Novels in Digest Format — Sinful! by James Clayford (Quarter Books #27), Everybody Loves Irene! by Wright Williams (Quarter Books #62), Love Life of a Hollywood Mistress by Florence Stonebraker (Quarter Books #73) & Bad Sue by Norman Bligh (Quarter Books #79)

 

Lot #128 — 4 Sleazy Novels in Digest Format — Girl-Hungry by William E. Gordon (Carnival Books #908), Illicit Pleasures by Peggy Gaddis (Quarter Books #82), Bonanza Queen by Zola Ross (Reader’s Choice Library #25) & Strange Circle by Gale Sydney (Stallion Books #208)

 

Lot #129 — 4 Sleazy Novels in Digest Format — Midnight Sinners by John Caldwall (Carnival Books #945), Wild Weekend by Gene Harvey (Candid Love Novels #21 — Crestwood), Off Limits! by George L. Bottari (Rainbow #130) & Side Street by Wright Williams (Uni-Book #20)

 

Lot #130 — Fantastic #2 & 3 (Ziff-Davis) — Fall 1952 (#2) and Nov/Dec 1952 (#3)

 

Lot #131 — 3 early issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — Jan/Feb 1953 (#4), Mar/Apr 1953 (#5) & Sep/Oct 1953 (#8)

 

Lot #132 — 17 issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — 1957 Mar, Nov, 1958 July (Shaver issue), 1960 Feb, April, June, July, Aug, Sep, Nov, Dec & 1961 Jan, Feb, April, June, July, Oct

 

Lot #133 — 17 issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — 1961 Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1962 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Nov, Dec & 1963 Jan

 

Lot #134 — 17 issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — 1962 Feb, May, July, 1963 June, July, Aug, Dec, 1964 May, Aug, Sep, Oct & 1965 Jan, Feb, April, May, Sep, Nov

 

Lot #135 — 17 issues of Fantastic (Ziff-Davis) — 1966 Jan, Mar, 1968 Aug, 1969 Dec, 1970 Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct, Dec, 1971 Feb, April, June, 1972 April, Aug & 1975 Aug, Sword & Sorcery Annual

 

Lot #136 — Marvel Science Fiction for Nov 1951 — published by Martin Goodman (Marvel Comics)

 

Lot #137 — First 3 issues of Orbit — Winter 1953 (#1), Spring 1953 (#2) & July/Aug 1954 (#3)

 

Lot #138 — 21 issues of Other Worlds Science Stories (Ray Palmer) — 1949 Nov (first issue), 1950 Jan (2nd issue), 1950 July, Sep, Oct, Nov, 1951 Jan, March, May, Oct, 1952 March, Aug, Oct, 1953 Feb, March, June, 1955 July, Sep, 1956 April, June, Sep & a special bonus — First Issue of Mystic Magazine, Nov 1953 (also published by Ray Palmer)

 

Lot #139 — 6 issues of Satellite Science Fiction (Leo Margulies’ Renown Publications) — 1956 Oct (#1), 1956 Dec (#2), 1957 Feb (#3), 1958 Aug, Oct & 1959 Feb (1st of 4 large size editions)

 

Lot #140 — Fifteen 3D Comic Books (glasses included) — Battle for a Three Dimensional World (3D Cosmic Publications), Larry Harmon’s Bozo in 3-D (Blackthorne Publishing), 3-D Bullwinkle and Rocky (Blackthorne Publishing), Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Wallace Wood (The 3-D Zone), Electric Fear (The 3-D Zone), 3-D The Flintstones (Blackthorne Publishing), G. I. Joe in 3-D (Blackthorne Publishing), Jet 3-D (The 3-D Zone), 3-D Lars of Mars (Eclipse Comics), Ms.Tree’s 1950s 3-D Crime (Renegade Press), 3-D The New Wave vs. The Volunteers (Eclipse Comics), Seduction of the Innocent 3-D #1, 2 (Eclipse Comics), \Tor 3-D (Eclipse Comics) & The Weird Tales of Basil Wolverton (The 3-D Zone)

 

Lot #141 — 21 Comic Books from Eclipse Comics — Air Fighters Classics #1, 3, Alien Encounters #10, 12, 14, John Law, Detective #1 (Will Eisner), Seduction of the Innocent #1 - 3, Stigs Inferno #6, Tales of the Beanworld #3, 4, 8, 10, 15, 17, Weird Romance #1 & World of Wood #1 - 4

 

Lot #142 — First Ace Paperback in the Double Format in VG+ Condition — #D-1, The Grinning Gismo by Samuel W. Taylor & Too Hot for Hell by Keith Vining. Both covers are by Norman Saunders (image shows both covers of the book) — RESERVE

 

Lot #143 — Lester Dent Ace Double Paperback in VG+ condition — #D-21, Nightshade by John N. Makris (cover by Norman Saunders) & High Stakes (or Dead at Take-Off) by Lester Dent (creator of Doc Savage) — RESERVE

 

Lot #144 — Non-SF Ace Double in Good Condition (Norm Saunders) — #D-27, Double Take by Mel Colton (cover signed Paul) & The Fingered Man (by Bruno Fischer) (cover by Norman Saunders)

 

Lot #145 — Non-SF Ace Double in Good Condition — #D-41, Mourning After by Thomas B. Dewey (cover by Victor Olson) & Death House Doll by Day Keene (cover by Harry Barton)

 

Lot #146 — Non-SF Ace Double in VG+ Condition (Rafael DeSoto) — #D-49, Golden Temptress by Charles Grayson & Tongking! by Dan Cushman (cover by Rafael DeSoto) — RESERVE

 

Lot #147 — Non-SF Ace Double in VG+ to Near Fine Condition — #D-195, The Deep End by Owen Dudley & The Quaking Widow by Robert Colby (VG+ to near fine) — RESERVE

 

Lot #148 — 16 issues of Charley Jones’ Gag Books — Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book — 1945 Fall (#2), Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book — 1946 Mid-Winter (#3), Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book — 1946 Spring (#4), Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book — 1946 July 1 (#5), Charley Jones’ Famous Laugh Book Mag. — 1946 Oct 1 (#6), Charley Jones’ Laugh Book Magazine — 1947 Jan 1 (#7), Charley Jones’ Laugh Book Magazine — 1951 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, June, Aug, Sep, Dec & Charley Jones’ Laugh Book Magazine — 1953 April

 

Lot #149 — 21 Joke & Gag Books — Army Laughs — 1957 June/July, Bachelor Girl Laughs (Laugh Library #14) — 1945, Bust Out Laffin’ #12— 1955 Sep, Cartoon Digest — 1946 May, Cartoon Escapades #1 — 1945, Dolls & Gags — 1954 Aug/Sep, Galls and Giggles — 1955 Jan (#1), Grins #10 — 1946 July/Aug, Jamboree of Jokes #103 for 1956 Spring, Joke Parade — 1946 (Ampco Books), Joker — Mar, July (years not listed), Kibitzer’s Gag Manual (Laugh Library #11) — 1945, Nippy Stories — 1946 April, Smiles for 03/55, 04/56, 09/57, T. V. Whoopee — 1957 Feb (#2), Varieties Cartoon Cavalcade #2, World’s Best Laughs — 1946 (Ampco Books) & Yoo Hoo! — 1942 June

 

Lot #150 — Twelve issues of Quick News Weekly —1949 Nov 28, 1950 May 29, 1950 June 12, 1951 Apr 2, 1951 May 14, 1951 May 21, 1951 July 16, 1952 Jan 7, 1952 Jan 21, 1952 Aug 25, 1953 Feb 2 & 1953 April 27

 

Lot #151 — 8 L. Ron Hubbard Items — ASI (Author Services, Inc.) Magazine, V. 6, N. 1 (2004), Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, 9th printing, December 1956 (yellow boards with black lettering in VG with no dust jacket), 4 L. Ron Hubbard Library pulp reprints by Galaxy Press — “Branded Outlaw,” “The Great Secret,” “If I Were You,” and “Sabotage in the Sky” & Writer: The Shaping of Popular Culture — a collection of essays by L. Ron Hubbard (Bridge Publications)

 

Lot #152 — Index to the Science Fiction Magazine: 1926 - 1950 by Bradford B. Day, Perri Press, 1952 (classic reference work in good condition with no dust jacket) — RESERVE

 

Lot #153 — 333: A Bibliography of the Science-Fantasy Novel by J. H. Crawford, J. J. Donahue, & D. M. Grant, The Grandon Co., 1953 (classic reference work in paper) — RESERVE

 

Lot #154 — 3 issues Saturn: The Magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy — 1957 March (first issue), 1957 May (#2) & 1958 March (5th and final issue as this title)

 

Lot #155 — 4 issues Space Science Fiction — 1952 May (first issue), 1952 Sept (#2), 1953 Feb (#4) & 1953 May (6 of 8 issues; edited by Lester del Rey)

 

Lot #156 — 3 issues of Spaceway Science Fiction — 1954 June (4th of 8 issues), 1955 June (final issue of original run with torn front cover) & 1969 May/June (2nd revived issue)

 

Lot #157 — 5 issues of Universe Science Fiction (Ray Palmer) — 1953 June, Sep, Dec (first 3 issues of the 8 issue run), 1954 March (#4) & 1954 July (#6)

 

Lot #158 — 11 issues of Venture Science Fiction1957 Jan (first issue), 1957 July, Sep, Nov, 1958 Jan, March, May, 1958 July (last issue of original run), 1969 May (first issue of revived run), 1969 Aug & 1970 Feb

 

Lot #159 — 2 early Popular Publications Air War Pulps — Battle Aces for 03/32 & Battle Birds for 03/34

 

Lot #160 — Battle Stories for 10/30RESERVE

 

Lot #161 — Battle Stories for 12/30RESERVE

 

Lot #162 — 2 later Popular Publications Air War Pulps — Dare-Devil Aces for 11/33 & G-8 and His Battle Aces for 11/38

 

Lot #163 — 2 Air War Pulps — Sky Fighters for 10/33 & War Aces for May 1930 (second issue of 28 total)

 

Lot #164 — 3 Outer Space Collectibles — Tom Corbett: A Trip to the Moon by Marcia Martin & illustrated by Frank Vaughn, (Wonder Book edition, 1953) — “Tommy S. S.” inscribed his name in the “This is my Wonder Book” section of the book. Originally published under the title “Tom Corbett’s Wonder Book of Space.” There is some minor chipping to the book’s exterior and some age toning to the interior pages. Otherwise, it is in very nice condition; Space Patrol Top Secret Diplomatic Pouch (includes 98 stamps (of 100), 15 sheets of stationary, coin album with 3 (of 6) cardboard coins) (1950s) & Space Race, a handheld pinball game manufactured in 2002 for Schylling Toys

 

Lot #165 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1952 March (first issue) & Nov, 1953 Jan, Mar, May, July, Nov, 1954 Jan, March, April, May, Sep, Oct, Dec & 1955 Jan, Feb, March, June, Oct, Dec

Lot #166 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1956 Feb, Apr, June, Aug, Dec, 1957 Feb, 1958 Feb, Dec, 1959 Feb, July, Sep, Nov, 1960 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov & 1961 Jan, March

 

Lot #167 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1961 July, Sep, Nov, 1962 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov, 1963 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov, 1964 Jan, March, May & 1965 Jan, Feb

 

Lot #168 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1965 March, April, May, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec, 1966 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec (complete year) & 1967 Jan

 

Lot #169 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1967 Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & 1968 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Sep, Oct

 

Lot #170 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1968 Nov, Dec, 1969 Jan, Feb, March, April, May, July, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec & 1970 Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May/June, JulyAug, Sep/Oct, Nov/Dec

 

Lot #171 — 20 issues of If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1971 Jan/Feb, Mar/Apr, May/June, July/Aug, Sep/Oct, Nov/Dec, (retitled to “Worlds of If”), 1972 Mar/April, May/June, July/Aug, Sep/Oct, Nov/Dec, 1973 Jan/Feb, Mar/Apr, May/June, July/Aug, Sep/Oct, 1974 May/June, July/Aug, Sep/Oct & Galaxy Science Fiction (with Worlds of If) — 1978 Dec/Jan

 

Lot #172 — First Issue of If + Two World of If Digest Anthologies — If (Worlds of Science Fiction) for March 1952 (first issue of this classic SF digest), The First World of If (special digest anthology from 1957) & The Second World of If (special digest anthology from 1958)

 

Lot #173 — 27 Humor Comics & Miscellaneous Titles — Bart Simpson Composition Book (Yoo-hoo Chocolate, 2003) + sticker set (Panini), Bart Simpson, Troublemaker #3 (Bongo), Captain Canuck #1 - 3 (Comely Comix), Captain Daring #1 (B-Movie Comics), CARtoons August 1971 (Petersen Publishing), Cowboy Bebop #1 & 3 (manga) (TokyoPop), Disney Adventures March 1997 (Star Wars Blasts Off!) (digest), Doc Weird’s Thrill Book #1 (art by Al Williamson & Frank Frazetta) (Purple Image), Donald Duck #315 (Gemstone), Emergency July 1976 (Charlton), Fantastic Adventures #1 (Ace Comics), Fiction Illustrated #1: Schlomo Raven, Public Detective (Pyramid Books, 1976, digest), Jerry Iger’s Flamingo #1 (Blackthorne Publishing), Basil Wolverton’s Gateway to Horror #1 (Dark Horse Comics), Radioactive Man #100 (Bongo), Simpsons Comics #90, 92, & 93 (Bongo), Solar, Man of the Atom #6 (Valiant), Stray Bullets, V. 3 (El Capitan, trade paperback), Tex Benson #1, 3, 4 (Metro Comics) & Jerry Iger’s Wonder Boy #2 (Blackthorne Publishing)

 

Lot #174 — 8 issues Science Fiction Adventures (Future Publications) — (missing only March 1954 of 9-issue run) — 1952 Nov (first issue), 1953 Feb, March, May, July, Sep, Dec & 1954 May

 

Lot #175 — 3 issues Science Fiction Adventures (Royal Publications) — 1956 Dec (first issue) & 1957 June (#4), Aug (#5)

 

Lot #176 — 7 issues Super-Science Fiction (Headline Publications) — 1957 Feb (#2), Apr (#3), Dec, 1958 June, Dec & 1959 Aug, Oct

 

Lot #177 — Complete 3-Issue Run of Worlds Beyond (Hillman Periodicals) — 1950 Dec (first issue) & 1951 Jan, Feb

 

Lot #178 — 7 British & French Science Fiction Digests — Fantastic for Winter 1953, V. 1, N. 1 (British — same content as Fantastic #8, US edition), Fiction #78 (“Fantastique Science-Fiction”) for 1960 May (French), Galaxie #140 for 1976 January (French), Nova Science Fiction Novels #1 for 1953 Winter — John Beynon’s “Stowaway to Mars” (British), Science Fantasy #42 for 1960 Aug (British), Supernatural Stories #20 for 1958 Dec (Badger) (British) & Wonders of the Spaceways #10 for Feb 1954 (final issue with no back cover) (British)

 

Lot #179 — 2 Science Fiction Novel Digests — Prize Science Fiction #11 — Sojarr of Titan by Manly Wade Wellman (1949) & The Space Pirate by Jack Vance (Toby Press, 1953)

 

Lot #180 — 2 Science Fiction Novel Digests — Double Action Pocketbook — City of Glass by Noel Loomis (Columbia Publications, 1955 in near fine condition) & Merit Books #B-10 — Operation Interstellar by George O. Smith (Century Publications, 1950)

 

Lot #181 — The Garden of Fear and Other Stories — Anthology includes Robert E. Howard’s title story and works by Miles J. Breuer, Lloyd Arthur Eshbach, David H. Keller, and H. P. Lovecraft (Crawford Publications, 1945)

 

Lot #182 — 23 of the 26 issues of Worlds of Tomorrow (Galaxy Publishing) — 1963 Aug, Oct, Dec (#3 - 5), 1964 Feb, April, June, Aug, Nov, 1965 Jan, March, May, July, Sep, Nov, 1966 Jan, March, May, Aug, Nov, 1967 May, 1970 Summer, Winter & 1971 Spring (final issue)

 

Lot #183 — 13 Miscellaneous Galaxy Publishing Science Fiction Digests     Galaxy Science Fiction — 1952 March & 1961 Feb, If (Worlds of Science Fiction) — 1953 March, 1964 Jan (2 copies), 1967 Aug & Worlds of Tomorrow — 1963 Oct, Dec (#4 & 5), 1964 June, Aug, 1965 July & 1966 Jan, May

 

Lot #184 — 30 issues Life Magazine — Space Related Issues — 1952 Feb 4 — Why US Planes Can’t Beat Red Migs, 1957 June 3 — Man-Made Moon Takes Shape, 1957 Oct 21 — Satellites, 1957 Nov 18 — Wernher Van Braun and Travel to the Moon, 1958 Jan 6 — Into Frontiers Beyond Earth, 1958 Feb 17 — What Satellite ‘Explorer’ Is Telling Us, 1959 Sep 14 — First-Person Reports by the Astronauts, 1961 Mar 3 — First Team of Astronauts (Glenn, Grissom, Shepard), 1961 April 21 — 19 Pages On Space, 1962 Aug 3 — Bob White, First into Space on Wings, 1965 June 18 — The Space Walk, 1966 July 1 — Lunar Report from Survey True Color of Moon,” 1969 July 4 — Off to the Moon Special Issue, 1969 Dec 12 — Apollo 12 on the Moon, 1969 — To the Moon and Back Special Edition (2 copies) & 1970 Apr 24 — Jim Lovell and Apollo 13; Science Fiction Related Issues — 1949 July 25 — Mighty Joe Young (“Son of Kong”), 1950 July 31 — Ad for Destination Moon,” 1951 May 21 — Science Fiction and Hollywood, 1954 Feb 22 — Disney’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, 1954 June 14 — Vampira & 1959 Sep 7 — Bat Masterson Meets the Spaceman”;

Al Capp Related Issues — 1952 March 31 — Why I Let Li’l Abner Marry & 1957 Jan 14 — The Dogpatch Saga: Al Capp’s Own Story (2 copies) & World War II & Special Issues — 1945 June 4 — Invest in War Bonds + Caniff “Male Call” Story, 1945 July 9 — More Japanese Soldiers Are Surrendering, 1966 Dec 23 — 30th Anniversary Special Photography Double Issue & 1968 Mar 1 — Georgia O’Keeffe in New Mexico

 

Lot #185 — 2 Mounted Pulp Covers for Display — Astounding Science Fiction for March 1951 — cover attached to hardboard tempered panel and featuring James H. Schmitz’s “Space Fear” (art by Paul Orban) & Planet Stories for Winter 1942  — framed cover featuring Nelson Bond’s “Colossus of Chaos” (art by Allen Anderson)