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#2647819 - 10/03/08 01:42 AM Great Art, Part Deux... Cimm's pulps
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Registered: 07/28/08
Posts: 8055
Loc: Anderson, SC
I admit it... I'm an addict... I see a cool cover on a vintage magazine, comic or book... next thing I know I'm broke... here's why I'm OK with this ...

10 Story Detective v11n02 (1945-04)



10 Story Fantasy v01n01 (1952-Spring)



Aces v01n11 (1929-10)



Action Stories v15n10 (1940-06)



Action Stories v16n10 (1942-06)



Action Stories v16n11 (1942-08)



Action Stories v17n08 (1944-Summer)



Action Stories v17n12 (1945-Summer)



Action Stories v18n01 (1945-Fall)



Action Stories v18n06 (1946-Winter)



Action Stories v19n04 (1949-Summer)


_________________________
- Joshua


nobody can determine for others what "enjoyment of ownership" costs - James_EarlyUS
If not for the prescience, grounded nature, and civility found in these threads I would be a ship lost at sea without a rudder of enlightenment to guide me to the shores of erudition. - comix4fun
For what you're spending on that book, you better crack it open and read it. - SeanK's ex-wife
To me the slab is no different than a shopping bag. It's just a means to facilitate the transaction until the book gets safely home. - r1970d

Around here we love the comics. We admire the grades. - alanna
http://boards.collectors-society.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=4279196&fpart=3

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#2647823 - 10/03/08 01:47 AM Re: Great Art, Part Deux... Cimm's pulps [Re: Cimm]
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Registered: 07/28/08
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Loc: Anderson, SC
Adventure v080n03 (1931-10-15)



Adventure v082n05 (1932-05-15)



Adventure v121n02 (1949-06)



Adventure v121n04 (1949-08)



Adventure v132n06 (1957-06)



Adventure v137n02 (1960-12)



Adventure Trails (2nd series) v01n01 (1938-07)



Air Stories v02n09 (1929-04)



All-Story Weekly v051n03 (1915-11-13)



All-Story Weekly v101n01 (1919-08-30), 2nd Zorro


_________________________
- Joshua


nobody can determine for others what "enjoyment of ownership" costs - James_EarlyUS
If not for the prescience, grounded nature, and civility found in these threads I would be a ship lost at sea without a rudder of enlightenment to guide me to the shores of erudition. - comix4fun
For what you're spending on that book, you better crack it open and read it. - SeanK's ex-wife
To me the slab is no different than a shopping bag. It's just a means to facilitate the transaction until the book gets safely home. - r1970d

Around here we love the comics. We admire the grades. - alanna
http://boards.collectors-society.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=4279196&fpart=3

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#2647826 - 10/03/08 01:50 AM Re: Great Art, Part Deux... Cimm's pulps [Re: Cimm]
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Registered: 07/28/08
Posts: 8055
Loc: Anderson, SC
Amazing Stories v15n04 (1941-04)



Amazing Stories v15n06 (1941-06)



Amazing Stories v16n03 (1942-03)



Amazing Stories v16n08 (1942-08)



Amazing Stories v17n07 (1943-07)



Amazing Stories v19n01 (1945-03)



Amazing Stories v19n02 (1945-06)



Amazing Stories v21n02 (1947-02)



Amazing Stories v21n08 (1947-08)


_________________________
- Joshua


nobody can determine for others what "enjoyment of ownership" costs - James_EarlyUS
If not for the prescience, grounded nature, and civility found in these threads I would be a ship lost at sea without a rudder of enlightenment to guide me to the shores of erudition. - comix4fun
For what you're spending on that book, you better crack it open and read it. - SeanK's ex-wife
To me the slab is no different than a shopping bag. It's just a means to facilitate the transaction until the book gets safely home. - r1970d

Around here we love the comics. We admire the grades. - alanna
http://boards.collectors-society.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=4279196&fpart=3

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#2647828 - 10/03/08 01:53 AM Re: Great Art, Part Deux... Cimm's pulps [Re: Cimm]
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Posts: 8055
Loc: Anderson, SC
Amazing Stories v22n06 (1948-06)



Amazing Stories v22n10 (1948-10)



Amazing Stories v22n11 (1948-11)



Amazing Stories v22n12 (1948-12)



Amazing Stories v23n02 (1949-02)



Amazing Stories v23n05 (1949-05)



Amazing Stories v23n10 (1949-10)



Amazing Stories v24n07 (1950-07)



Amazing Stories v25n12 (1951-12)



Amazing Stories v26n01 (1952-01)



Amazing Stories v26n12 (1952-12)



Amazing Stories v27n01 (1953-01)



Amazing Stories v27n02 (1953-02)


_________________________
- Joshua


nobody can determine for others what "enjoyment of ownership" costs - James_EarlyUS
If not for the prescience, grounded nature, and civility found in these threads I would be a ship lost at sea without a rudder of enlightenment to guide me to the shores of erudition. - comix4fun
For what you're spending on that book, you better crack it open and read it. - SeanK's ex-wife
To me the slab is no different than a shopping bag. It's just a means to facilitate the transaction until the book gets safely home. - r1970d

Around here we love the comics. We admire the grades. - alanna
http://boards.collectors-society.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=4279196&fpart=3

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#2647838 - 10/03/08 02:12 AM Re: Great Art, Part Deux... Cimm's pulps [Re: Cimm]
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Registered: 07/28/08
Posts: 8055
Loc: Anderson, SC
Argosy v248n05 (1934-07-28)



Argosy v280n02 (1938-03-12)



Argosy v284n05 (1938-09-17)



Argosy v313n04 (1942-05)



Argosy v313n05 (1942-06)



Astounding Science Fiction v23n04 (1939-06)



Avenger v04n04 (1942-05)



Black Book Detective v03n04 (1935-02)



Black Mask v24n10 (1942-02)



Black Mask v30n04 (1947-11)



Black Mask v31n02 (1948-03)



Black Mask v33n04 (1949-11)



Black Mask v34n01 (1950-01)



Breezy Stories v30n05 (1928-08)



Coven 13 v01n01 (1969-09) & Coven 13 v01n02 (1969-11)



Coven 13 v01n03 (1970-01) & Coven 13 v01n04 (1970-03)



Crime Case Book v01n03 (1954-05)


_________________________
- Joshua


nobody can determine for others what "enjoyment of ownership" costs - James_EarlyUS
If not for the prescience, grounded nature, and civility found in these threads I would be a ship lost at sea without a rudder of enlightenment to guide me to the shores of erudition. - comix4fun
For what you're spending on that book, you better crack it open and read it. - SeanK's ex-wife
To me the slab is no different than a shopping bag. It's just a means to facilitate the transaction until the book gets safely home. - r1970d

Around here we love the comics. We admire the grades. - alanna
http://boards.collectors-society.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=4279196&fpart=3

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#2647841 - 10/03/08 02:18 AM Re: Great Art, Part Deux... Cimm's pulps [Re: Cimm]
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Registered: 07/28/08
Posts: 8055
Loc: Anderson, SC
Detective Book v01n09 (1930-12)



Detective Book v01n12 (1931-03)



Detective Book v02n01 (1931-04)



Detective Book v03n12 (1942-Summer)



Detective Book v04n01 (1942-Fall)



Detective Book v04n05 (1943-Fall)



Detective Book v04n08 (1944-Winter)



Detective Book v05n03 (1946-Winter)



Detective Book v05n04 (1947-Spring)



Detective Book v05n12 (1949-Summer)



Detective Book v06n02 (1949-Winter)



Detective Book v06n05 (1952-Winter)



_________________________
- Joshua


nobody can determine for others what "enjoyment of ownership" costs - James_EarlyUS
If not for the prescience, grounded nature, and civility found in these threads I would be a ship lost at sea without a rudder of enlightenment to guide me to the shores of erudition. - comix4fun
For what you're spending on that book, you better crack it open and read it. - SeanK's ex-wife
To me the slab is no different than a shopping bag. It's just a means to facilitate the transaction until the book gets safely home. - r1970d

Around here we love the comics. We admire the grades. - alanna
http://boards.collectors-society.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=4279196&fpart=3

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#2647845 - 10/03/08 02:25 AM Re: Great Art, Part Deux... Cimm's pulps [Re: Cimm]
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Registered: 07/28/08
Posts: 8055
Loc: Anderson, SC
Detective Novel v22n03 (1949-Spring)



Detective Story Magazine v01n02 (1953-01)



Detective Tales v10n03 (1938-10)



Detective World v07n01 (1949-01)



Dime Mystery v25n02 (1941-02)



Dime Mystery v36n03 (1948-02)



Dime Mystery v38n03 (1949-06)




More as and when I can get them scanned...
_________________________
- Joshua


nobody can determine for others what "enjoyment of ownership" costs - James_EarlyUS
If not for the prescience, grounded nature, and civility found in these threads I would be a ship lost at sea without a rudder of enlightenment to guide me to the shores of erudition. - comix4fun
For what you're spending on that book, you better crack it open and read it. - SeanK's ex-wife
To me the slab is no different than a shopping bag. It's just a means to facilitate the transaction until the book gets safely home. - r1970d

Around here we love the comics. We admire the grades. - alanna
http://boards.collectors-society.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=4279196&fpart=3

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#2647868 - 10/03/08 03:56 AM Re: Great Art, Part Deux... Cimm's pulps [Re: Cimm]
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Registered: 01/04/05
Posts: 2173
Loc: Desolation Row
Great pulps !!!


Is that great art, or great illustration ???
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#2647896 - 10/03/08 06:17 AM Re: Great Art, Part Deux... Cimm's pulps [Re: FatComicMafia]
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Registered: 03/12/04
Posts: 1103
Loc: South Florida
Some of the covers on those pulps rival that of any comic. How sad to know they cannot be slabbed. The value is in the cover I would think, as the content is dated repetitive hack. The basic hero, villain, damsel in distress, just change names costumes, and venues and pump out the next month.

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#2647994 - 10/03/08 09:00 AM Re: Great Art, Part Deux... Cimm's pulps [Re: gcstomp]
Reno McCoy Offline
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Registered: 06/30/04
Posts: 5250
Loc: Denver
Wow, those are some of the best covers ever. They just don't make 'em like they used to. Totally dig each and every one. Thanks for sharing.

Where do you find most of your books/magazines?

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