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Image for THE ACOLYTE—1942-1946. Complete run of fourteen issues. Rare.  The Art Director, and friend of Clark Ashton Smith, RAH Hoffmann's set!

THE ACOLYTE—1942-1946. Complete run of fourteen issues. Rare. The Art Director, and friend of Clark Ashton Smith, RAH Hoffmann's set!

By: (LANEY, Francis T.), Editor

Price: $3,500.00

Seller ID: 454


Complete fourteen issue run—Fall, 1942—Spring, 1946. There are those legendary magazines of the Pulps Era—WEIRD TALES, UNKNOWN, ASTOUNDING and those legendary fanzines of that same era—THE FANTASY FAN, FANTASY MAGAZINE, and THE ACOLYTE. If THE ACOLYTE wasn't the best of the fanzines, it is surely the rarest. As stated in its premiere issue, "THE ACOLYTE is dedicated to the memory of the late H.P. Lovecraft, by two of his sincere acolytes. Francis T. Laney and Duane W. Rimel. Also noted in their first issue, with their very primitive mode of reproduction, ACOLYTE was only able to be... View more info

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NEANDERTHAL PLANET

By: ALDISS, Brian

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, Avon: 1970

Edition: First

Seller ID: 659


Avon # V2322. Four long stories. Crease in r.h., corner, else unread. FREE domestic shipping on purchase of 2 or more paperbacks. View more info

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THREE HEARTS AND THREE LIONS

By: ANDERSON, Poul

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Berkley: 1978

Edition: First

Seller ID: 656


The first Berkley printing of Anderson's classic Sword & Sorcery novel originally published in 1953. 1/2 crease on rear cover, else fine. Bagged. FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING on 2 or more paperbacks purchased.. View more info

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THE END OF ETERNITY

By: ASIMOV, Isaac

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, Signet: 1958

Edition: First

Seller ID: 661


Signet #S1493. Great Richard Powers cover. Good + copy. FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING on 2 or more paperbacks purchased. View more info

THE GENETIC CODE

By: ASIMOV, Isaac

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, Signet: 1963

Edition: First

Seller ID: 667


One of Asimov's many books on the sciences. A First Printing, First Edition. A trace of aging to spine and rear panel, else a fine unread copy. SIGNET P2250. FREE SHIPPING on 2 or more paperbacks purchased. View more info

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THE WELLSPRINGS OF LIFE

By: ASIMOV, Isaac

Price: $7.00

Publisher: New York, Signet: 1962

Edition: First

Seller ID: 666


One of Asimov's many books on the sciences. SIGNET P2066. FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING on 2 or more paperbacks purchased. View more info

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MORE TALES OF THE BLACK WIDOWERS

By: ASIMOV, Isaac

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Greenwich, Conn., Fawcett Crest: 1976

Edition: First

Seller ID: 662


Fawcett #0-449-23375-8. Asimov mysteries. Fine copy. FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING on 2 or more paperbacks purchased. View more info

KIN WENG AND THE MIRACULOUS TUSK

By: BRAMAH, Ernest

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Birmingham, UK, Birmingham School of Printers: 1941

Edition: First

Seller ID: 495


One of only fifty copies printed—as stated—, bound in light boards. Signed, Inscribed and Numbered by the printer. A Kai-Lung story. A very scarce book. View more info

STORIES OF DARKNESS AND DREAD

By: BRENNAN, Joseph Payne

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1973

Edition: First

Seller ID: 567


Eighteen stories from the '60-s-70's, an accompanying volume to NINE HORRORS AND A DREAM, his first Arkham House book. Denis Tiani, cover illustration. Fine in d.j. View more info

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THE CHALLENGE OF THE SEA

By: CLARKE, Arthur C.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, Dell: 1966

Edition: First

Seller ID: 664


A dozen essays dealing with the Sea and the author's favorite sport—Scuba Diving. Slight traces of rack-rub else fine. DELL 1159. FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING on 2 or more paperbacks purchased. View more info

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HARRIGAN'S FILE

By: DERLETH, August

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1978

Edition: First

Seller ID: 564


"All the Science Fiction August Derleth, ever wrote." Seventeen stories. As new in d.j. View more info

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BOOKED TO DIE. Scribners, 1992. First Edition. IS YOUR NAME JOHNNY? Here's your book! Signed and inscribed "To Johnny," by the author the month of publication.

By: DUNNING, John

Price: $900.00

Publisher: New York, Scribner's: 1992

Edition: First

Seller ID: 668


The book that introduced the world to cop turned bookman, Cliff Janeway. Nero Award winner. A superb read—think Travis McGee at his best—immense fun, a book I go back to again and again. This copy—see scans—Humorously inscribed to "Johnny," dated the month, year of publication. I know there's a lot of "Johnny's" out there, here's the copy for you! An as new unread copy in d.j. View more info

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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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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

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DREAMS OF DARK AND LIGHT. Arkham House, 1986. [First Edition]. [3957 Copies Printed]

By: LEE, Tanith

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1986

Edition: First

Seller ID: 677


A fine collection of the author's best short fiction (twenty-three stories) between the years 1977-1986. A very popular and very prolific British writer who died of breast cancer at sixty-seven. A handsome AH presentation. [3957 copies printed]. A beautiful unread copy in d.j. View more info

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NYCTALOPS 8

By: MORRIS, Harry, O,/BERGLUND, Edward P., Editors

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Albuquerque, New Mexico, Silver Scarab Press: 1973

Edition: First

Seller ID: 683


This being the April issue. Before CRYPT OF CTHULHU there was NYCTALOPS which focussed primarily on H.P. Lovecraft, the man and his fictions, but they also veered off into Clark Ashton Smith country and other areas of the weird. NYCTALOPS was noted for its artwork, perhaps because Harry Morris himself, was an acclaimed artist. All NYCTALOPS issues are highly collected and difficult to come by. Just have a look at the scan of the Table of Contents page for additional info. Photographs of HPL's mother and other members of his family. Slight moisture stain at bottom of covers. Print-runs, i... View more info

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NYCTALOPS 7

By: MORRIS, Harry, O,/BERGLUND, Edward P., Editors

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Albuquerque, New Mexico, Silver Scarab Press: 1972

Edition: First

Seller ID: 680


This being the August, 1972 issue the super-duper, Clark Ashton Smith Memorial Issue. An absolute must-have issue if you're a CAS fan. Fine. View more info

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NYCTALOPS 10

By: MORRIS, Harry, O,/BERGLUND, Edward P., Editors

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Albuquerque, New Mexico, Silver Scarab Press: 1975

Edition: First

Seller ID: 682


This being the January/February issue. Before CRYPT OF CTHULHU there was NYCTALOPS which focussed primarily on H.P. Lovecraft, the man and his fictions, but they also veered off into Clark Ashton Smith country and other areas of the weird. NYCTALOPS was noted for its artwork, perhaps because Harry Morris himself, was an acclaimed artist. All NYCTALOPS issues are highly collected and difficult to come by. Just have a look at the scan of the Table of Contents page for additional info. Print-runs, if memory serves, were usually around 1000 copies. A near fine copy. View more info

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NYCTALOPS 14

By: MORRIS, Harry, O,/BERGLUND, Edward P., Editors

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Albuquerque, New Mexico, Silver Scarab Press: 1978

Edition: First

Seller ID: 669


This being the March issue. Before CRYPT OF CTHULHU there was NYCTALOPS which focussed primarily on H.P. Lovecraft, the man and his fictions, but they also veered off into Clark Ashton Smith country and other areas of the weird. NYCTALOPS was noted for its artwork, perhaps because Harry Morris himself, was an acclaimed artist. All NYCTALOPS issues are highly collected and difficult to come by. Just have a look at the scan of the Table of Contents page for additional info. A near fine copy. View more info

Image for NYCTALOPS 9. 1974.  (H.P. LOVECRAFT) There are five NYCTALOPS issues offered.

NYCTALOPS 9. 1974. (H.P. LOVECRAFT) There are five NYCTALOPS issues offered.

By: MORRIS, Harry, O,/BERGLUND, Edward P., Editors

Price: $55.00

Publisher: Albuquerque, New Mexico, Silver Scarab Press: 1974

Edition: First

Seller ID: 681


This being the July issue. Before CRYPT OF CTHULHU there was NYCTALOPS which focussed primarily on H.P. Lovecraft, the man and his fictions, but they also veered off into Clark Ashton Smith country and other areas of the weird. NYCTALOPS was noted for its artwork, perhaps because Harry Morris himself, was an acclaimed artist. All NYCTALOPS issues are highly collected and difficult to come by. Just have a look at the scan of the Table of Contents page for additional info. There are many photographs of HPL in this issue. Print-runs, if memory serves, were usually around 1000 copies. A near... View more info