Weird Tales: May 1948


Volume 40,  Number 4. 6.5" x 9.5" with 96 pages. Long novelette "City of Lost People" by Allison V. Harding. Novelette by Harold Lawlor. Eight shorter stories including "Saunder's Little Friend" by Derleth and "Black Ferris" by Ray Bradbury. Illustrations by John Giunta, Fred Humiston, Lee Brown Coye, and Boris Dolgov. Pages browned, some light general edgewear; top of cover has a small chip that runs to page 20. Binding tight.



  • Weird Tales: May 1948


Famous Fantastic Mysteries, December 1942


Virgil Finlay cover art. Vol. 111 #5. Book Length Novel: The Afterglow, Short Stories: The Lost Garden, Crimes of the Year 2000, Feature: The Readers Viewpoint. 8 1/2 x 6 1/2 with 128 pages. Cover art bright and clean. Pages a bit browned, binding tight.



  • Famous Fantastic Mysteries, December 1942
  • Frank A. Munsey Company


Famous Fantastic Mysteries, June 1942


Virgil Finlay cover art.  Vol IV, # 4. 6.5" x 8.5" with 144 pages. Book Length Novel: Burn, Witch, Burn - A. Merritt. Beyond the Pole,  Fishhead, Crimes of the Year 2000: No. 2, The Television Alibi. Cover is bright and clean, colors jump out. One small spot above "Burn, Witch, Burn!" text. Pages a bit browned, binding is nice and tight.


  • Famous Fantastic Mysteries, June 1942
  • Frank A. Munsey Company


Famous Fantastic Mysteries, February 1942


Vol. III Number 3. 6.5" x 8.5" with 128 pages. Includes The Citadel of Fear and The Super-Race. Some edge and cover wear, cover art still bright. Pages browned. Light chipping to lower spine.



  • Famous Fantastic Mysteries, February 1942
  • Frank A. Munsey Company


Famous Fantastic Mysteries, July 1942


Vol. 4, #3. Virgil Finlay cover art. Vol IV, Number 3. Book Length Novel: Polaris -of the Snows, Novelet: Serapion, Features: A Merritt on Modern Witchcraft, the Readers Viewpoint, 6.5" x 8.5" with 144 pages. Cover bright and clean, light soil and wear. Light rear cover scuff. Pages a bit browned.



  • Famous Fantastic Mysteries, July 1942
  • Frank A. Munsey Company


Famous Fantastic Mysteries, August 1942


Volume 4 # 4. Virgil Finlay cover art. Book Length Novel: "Creep, Shadow!" by A. Merritt. Short Stories: a Roman Resurrection, The Outcast, Features: Atlantis, the Readers Viewpoint, 6.5" x 8.5" with 144 pages. Cover art is bright and clean. Pages a bit browned, overall a nice tight copy.


  • Famous Fantastic Mysteries, August 1942
  • Frank A. Munsey Company, 1942



The Little Epicure


This antique hardcover cookbook has a blue cloth cover with black lettering.  Front hinge quite worn. Cover worn, stained. Pages are browned but generally clean. This scarce title contains 700 recipes for entrees, salads, desserts, beverages, and more.  276 pages, including subject index; approx. 5"x7".



  • THE LITTLE EPICURE: 700 CHOICE RECIPES
  • Linda Hull Larned
  • The Baker & Taylor Co., 1894




Of Lunar Kingdoms


This book is bound in blue cloth boards, with silver lettering and decoration. Cover, spine soiled; rear cover has slight curl at edge; inner pages generally clean. Collection of fictional essays presented as a satirical utopia. 120 pages; approx. 6"x8".



  • OF LUNAR KINGDOMS
  • Henry Lovejoy Wilson
  • The Caxton Printers, 1937
  • First edition




Addresses of Henry Drummond


This hard cover book has a green cover with silver lettering and decorations on the front and spine. 4 x 6.5 with 276 pages. No date, circa 1900. Collection of religious essays and musings from famous Scottish evangelist Henry Drummond.



  • ADDRESSES
  • Henry Drummond
  • H. M. Caldwell Company




Compact Cooking Recipes: A Cook's Selection


This is a cook's selection of compact cooking recipes. Book is in fair condition with author's stamp in the back innerboard, staining/discoloration to the spine and covers, wear and soil. 80 pages, 5.5 x 7.5.



  • Compact Cooking Recipes: A Cook's Selection
  • Margit Szakall
  • WM. Rowe Press, 1941




Music and Other Poems


5" x 7.25" with 116 pages. Owner's name. Cover image and spine lettering in gold. Front cover has some soil, corner and edge wear, fading. Top of pages is gilt, but worn. Spine is faded, worn on both ends. Back cover has some fading around edges, some wear. Owner's name.



  • Music and Other Poems
  • Henry Van Dyke
  • Charles Scribner's Sons, 1904