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1 Williamson, Jack et al Astounding Stories. January 1937
New York Street and Smith 1937 no Wraps Fair 
Color illustrated wraps. 9 by 6 inches. 160 pp. With a few illustrations in the interior. A single issue of this science fiction magazine, featuring the first part of 'The Blue Spot' by Jack Williamson, and 'Beyond Infinity' by Chan Corbett, among other work. FAIR/GOOD condition. Heavy tape repairs to the spine and hinges. Several tears along the front fore edge, with corresponding tears to the first pages of the magazine. A 2 inch chip is missing from the lower left front corner. General fading, minor scuffing and some creasing to the covers. Minor soiling and staining, most noticeable to the rear cover. Interior solid with some browning to the paper. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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2 Ellison, Harlan; Williamson, Jack; Bradley, Marion Zimmer; Dickson, Gordon et al. Fantastic Science Fiction. Volume 8, Number 4. All Star Issue. April, 1959
New York Ziff-Davis 1959 no Wraps Good 
Digest sized. Color illustrated wraps by Edward Valigursky. 130 pp. With a few black and white illustrations throughout. A single issue of this science fiction magazine featuring work by Harlan Ellison, Jack Williamson, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Gordon Dickson, Rog Phillips and others. GOOD condition. Minor soiling, fading and toning. Some creasing and scuffing to the wraps. Minor foxing to the rear wrap, with a math calculation in ink. Interior clean and solid with toning to the paper. Upper page fore edges foxed. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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3 Williamson, Jack; Vincent, Harl; Noordung, Hermann et al. Gernsback, Hugo (editor). Science Wonder Stories. July and August, 1929. Vol 1, Nos. 2 and 3
New York Stellar Publishing Co 1929 no Wraps Fair 
Bedsheet size (approx. 9 x 12). Both with illustrated front covers, one depicting a sailor holding a large ship in the air with one hand, the other depicting satellites and space vehicles orbiting the Earth. Pagination runs 97-192; 193-288. With ads and illustrations throughout. Two issues of this early science fiction magazine, featuring parts one and two of 'The Alien Intelligence' by Jack Williamson, and parts one and two (complete) of an article, illustrated, 'The Problems of Space Flying,' by Hermann Noordung. Noordung was the pseudonym for Herman Potocnik, a Hungarian rocket engineer and early innovator in astronautics. His work (with the same title as above) was first published in Berlin, in German, in 1928. (Wikipedia). The introduction to this article states that this was the first American appearance. Potocnik addresses issues that might be involved in space travel, including cooking and eating, communication, propulsion, etc. July in FAIR/GOOD condition. August in GOOD condition. Very light soiling to both issues, with minor uneven browning and foxing to both volumes, mostly along the extremities and rear covers. The July issue has two large faint diagonal creases to the front cover. Wrappers chipped, split, torn and worn along the spine with minor loss. Remnants of an address label to the front cover. The August issue has volume and issue numbers written in ink to the front cover. Minor chipping, tearing and wear along the spine. Several different groups of pages in the interior with their upper right corners cut along a diagonal, with 2 inch pieces missing from those locales. This does not affect text. Text blocks in both volumes browned. 
Price: 140.00 USD
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