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Image for WEIRD TALES.  January, 1934.  Featuring the CONAN tale, Rogues In the House.  Also includes, Clark Ashton Smith's—Weaver in the Vault, with his own illustration.

WEIRD TALES. January, 1934. Featuring the CONAN tale, Rogues In the House. Also includes, Clark Ashton Smith's—Weaver in the Vault, with his own illustration.

By: (HOWARD, Robert E.)

Price: $400.00

Seller ID: 711


WEIRD TALES. January, 1934.  The Robert E. Howard, Conan story, ROGUES IN THE HOUSE is complete here in its first professional appearance. Additionally Clark Ashton Smith is present with his tale WEAVER IN THE VAULT including his own original artwork.  These REH issues—especially CONAN— are extremely collectible and much sought.  Nice complete spine.  No tears or chips to interior paper.   The interior paper is cream colored, solid v.g., no "dandruff."  1" split at spine bottom, with some rubbing to spine.  Nice Brundage nude.  View more info

T.L.s. TO GEORGE HAMILTON, editor of CROSS PLAINS.

By: (HOWARD, Robert E.) TEVIS CLYDE SMITH

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Brownwood, Texas, 1975

Seller ID: 1037


One-page letter of just over 300 words from Robert E. Howard friend, Tevis Clyde Smith, to the editor of the terrific but short-lived semi-pro zine, CROSS PLAINS, published by George Hamilton. Smith congratulates Hamilton on his publication of SHADOW OF THE HUN, asks if back issues are available and announces one of his own upcoming publications. "Thank you for the nice things you've done for me and best wishes for SHADOW of the HUN and your books to follow." Signed, "Tevis." View more info

Image for ROBERT E. HOWARD: SKULL-FACE & Others.  Arkham House, 1946.  [First Edition].

ROBERT E. HOWARD: SKULL-FACE & Others. Arkham House, 1946. [First Edition].

By: HOWARD, Robert E.

Price: $1,750.00

Publisher: Sauk City, WI, Arkham House: 1946

Edition: First

Seller ID: 109


The author's first book published in his own country—ten years after his death—this grand omnibus volume is one of Arkham House's finest books. SKULL-FACE contains H.P. Lovecraft's moving and laudatory— A MEMORIAM—"That such a genuine artist should perish while hundreds of insincere hacks continue to concoct spurious ghosts and vampires and space-ships and occult detectives is indeed a sorry piece of cosmic irony!" E. Hoffmann Price's— A MEMORY OF R.E. HOWARD—"During his thirty years of life I believe he lived in two worlds, and if, as they tell us, there is not only an afterlife... View more info

Image for THE COMPLETE CONAN OF CIMMERIA.  Volume II.  (1934).  Wandering Star, 2003.  [First edition thus].  Limited, slipcased, numbered, signed by the artist, Gary Gianni.

THE COMPLETE CONAN OF CIMMERIA. Volume II. (1934). Wandering Star, 2003. [First edition thus]. Limited, slipcased, numbered, signed by the artist, Gary Gianni.

By: HOWARD, Robert E.

Price: $275.00

Publisher: London, Wandering Star: 2003

Edition: First

Seller ID: 639


Artist Gary Gianni brings to life the year 1934 in the publishing life of Robert E. Howard and his hero, CONAN, with three long tales published herein: PEOPLE OF THE BLACK CIRCLE, the novel, THE HOUR OF THE DRAGON, and A WITCH SHALL BE BORN. REH was at the height of his powers, Gary Gianni was still growing into his. Seven full-color plates, including the end-papers, and numerous pen & ink line drawings. View more info

Image for ROBERT E. HOWARD: THE DARK MAN and others.  Arkham House, 1964, 2029 copies printed.

ROBERT E. HOWARD: THE DARK MAN and others. Arkham House, 1964, 2029 copies printed.

By: HOWARD, Robert E.

Price: $325.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1964

Edition: First

Seller ID: 508


Arkham House's 2nd book of fiction by Robert E. Howard, published eighteen years after their landmark volume, SKULL-FACE and others. Fifteen previously uncollected stories. [2029 copies printed]. The usual rubbing to the front panel of s.j., with far less than normall found on the spine. The Arkham black dust-jackets are notorious for their penchant towards rubbing. One corner bumped, one nubbed. A tight, fine copy, NO corner bumps—unusual for the 1960's Arkhams. a The d.j. has some light rubbing at spine, very common flaw, and a little at tips. Attractive fin, fresh copy. From the Richa... View more info

Image for ROBERT E. HOWARD: ALWAYS COMES EVENING the collected poems of Robert E. Howard. Arkham House, 1957, 636 copies printed.  The author's first book of poetry.

ROBERT E. HOWARD: ALWAYS COMES EVENING the collected poems of Robert E. Howard. Arkham House, 1957, 636 copies printed. The author's first book of poetry.

By: HOWARD, Robert E.

Price: $750.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1957

Edition: First

Seller ID: 509


The first poetry book published , just missed by a year as a twentieth anniversary of the author's death. At the time of it's publication, these were thought to be the entirety of Howard's poetry. Eighty-three pages of verse, all of it very readable. [636 copies printed]. Printed British style, with the author's name reading up the spine. A strong very good copy with some rubbing to d.j., light foxing to top page-edges, glue show-through to endpapers—a common flaw with this book. View more info

Image for THE SHADOW KINGDOM—WEIRD TALES tear sheets, August 1929.  Signed by ROBERT E. HOWARD

THE SHADOW KINGDOM—WEIRD TALES tear sheets, August 1929. Signed by ROBERT E. HOWARD

By: HOWARD, Robert E.

Price: $4,000.00

Seller ID: 707


In the early 1930's young fantasy fan, F. Lee Baldwin, wrote to Robert E. Howard asking him if he would sign some tearsheets from WEIRD TALES. Howard said that he would, and THE SHADOW KINGDOM—the twelve-page, first appearance of KING KULL, was signed in ink on the title-page by Rogert E. Howard. Full Robert E. Howard signatures are rare, especially in pen as the majority of his signatures are either initialled "REH" in pencil, or signed in full, in pencil. The tear sheets are in very good condition, housed in a cloth chemise and leather-bound traycase designed, made by the noted bookbin... View more info

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TALES OF CONAN

By: HOWARD, ROBERT E./DE CAMP, L. SPRAGUE

Price: $125.00

Publisher: New York, Gnome Press: 1955

Edition: First

Seller ID: 515


De Camp took four previously unpublished Robert E. Howard stories that weren't CONAN stories, and changed the locales to the HYBORIAN AGE, and "foto-shopped" the character CONAN into them. I found them very readable at the time. Fresh copy with the usual aging because of the cheap paper, very slight tweaking to the spine with light fading to spine-lettering of d.j. Grey boards, binding 'D'.' View more info