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Here's a few Pulpfest pick-ups I've scanned so far.

The Skipper, Vol 1 No 1, Dec 1936

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12 hours ago, RedFury said:

The Thrill Book, Vol 2 No 6, Sep 15 1919

Got this one from Dwight.  Super-scarce in any grade, The Thrill Book was the first science-fiction and fantasy pulp, pre-dating Weird Tales by 4 years and Amazing Stories by 7.  

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Just goes to show the monumental career of William F. Jenkins. He not only survived, but thrived, from the earliest space opera genre stories through the entire John Campbell thinking man's story demands. A Giant who never gave in or faded away from new storytelling ideas!

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I've got a pulp sales thread going over in the Golden Age sales section if anyone would care to take a look. :shy:

RedFury's Pulp Sale

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And a couple more Argosy issues from my LCS; the March 11 1922 was the last issue from March 1922 I needed.  I enjoy the off register covers occasionally, so it's kinda fun to see this one.  I wouldn't like all my books like that, though.

The Sept. 26, 1936 issue has part two of "Tarzan and the Magic Men", which was eventually part of Tarzan the Magnificent.

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That off register Argosy cover  :ohnoez:

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5 minutes ago, RedFury said:

Another recent pick-up, the extremely scarce H.P. Lovecraft issue of Tales of Magic and Mystery, March 1928.

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Cool book.  You should be up in the air over finding a copy.

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Also has 32 pages of color comics reprinting all the stories from Avon's Geronimo #1 which came out the same year

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10 minutes ago, GACollectibles said:

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My Gramps was an umpire for decades,from the fifties up to the late nineties.He would have loved this.(I still have an old chest plate like that,and his old ball,strike,out counter)

That Amazing Quarterly is AMAZING!Too cool.

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2 minutes ago, porcupine48 said:

My Gramps was an umpire for decades,from the fifties up to the late nineties.He would have loved this.(I still have an old chest plate like that,and his old ball,strike,out counter)

Did he keep the bottles, (partially eaten) apples & oranges that were thrown at him?

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