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Secret Service. Old and Young King Brady, Detectives. The Bradys and the Midnight Men. Jan. 28, 1910. No. 575, A New York Detective
1 A New York Detective Secret Service. Old and Young King Brady, Detectives. The Bradys and the Midnight Men. Jan. 28, 1910. No. 575
New York Frank Tousey, Publisher 1910 no Wraps Fair 
Color illustrated wraps on somewhat glossy paper stock. 31 pages. A dime novel, appearing as a weekly serial, featuring James Brady and the younger Harry Brady, solving mysteries at the behest of the Secret Service. Originally created by Francis Worcester Doughty. FAIR condition. Moderate to heavy browning, especially to the paper in the interior. Minor soiling and staining to the wraps, a bit heavier to the rear wrapper. Heavy creasing, chipping and tearing along the extremities, with some loss. Spine rolled. Paper rather brittle. Scattered minor soiling and staining in the interior. 
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2 An Old Scout The Unknown Renegade; or the Three Great Souts. Pluck and Luck Complete Stories of Adventure. September 6, 1905. No. 379.
New York Frank Tousey, Publisher 1905 no Wraps Good 
Color illustrated wraps. Newsprint type paper. 32 pp. Numbers up to 380 on the rear printed wrap. A single issue of this 'longest running dime novel,' (The Dime Novel Companion), featuring a fictional story of the frontier in the American West. GOOD condition. Moderate to heavy browning to the piece. Heavy chipping, tearing, creasing and loss along the wrapper and text block extremities and spine. Minor curling along the spine. Light soiling and staining. Heavy browning. 
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These Curious Pleasures, Britain, Sloane (Williams, Elaine).
3 Britain, Sloane (Williams, Elaine). These Curious Pleasures
New York Midwood/Tower Publications 1961 no Mass Market Paperback Good 
Midwood No. F 82. Mass market paperback, with somewhat provocative cover art. 186 pp., plus ads. A pulp novel chronicling the lives of two lesbian lovers in New York, perhaps somewhat unique in that the heroines end up happy together at the end (publishers would use unhappy endings in lesbian genre novels to avoid censors and obscenity laws). GOOD condition. Heavy creasing to the covers. General fading and minor soiling. Rear cover browned and foxed. Some browning to the paper in the interior. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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Strip Street. The Intimate Affairs of a Burlesque Star, Harvey, Gene
4 Harvey, Gene Strip Street. The Intimate Affairs of a Burlesque Star
New York Venus Books 1952 no First Edition Original Wraps Good Rudy Nappi 
First edition, original in wraps. With several black and white photos. This oversized paperback, with good girl art on the covers, the artist is Rudy Nappi, is in GOOD condition. Some soiling, scuffing and light creasing to the covers. One large diagonal crease present on the front cover. Staples on spine rusted. Inner text clean and solid with previous owner’s name on the title page and the page bearing the usual browning. Solid copy of this work in GOOD condition. 
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Deadwood Dick, the Prince of the Road: or, the Black Rider of the Black Hills. The Deadwood Dick Library. Vol. I. No. 1, Wheeler, Edward
5 Wheeler, Edward Deadwood Dick, the Prince of the Road: or, the Black Rider of the Black Hills. The Deadwood Dick Library. Vol. I. No. 1
New York M.J. Ivers and Co. 1899 no Wraps Good 
States 'Issued Weekly. March 15, 1899. Color illustrated wraps over black and white illustrated wraps. 32 pp., including inner wrap and rear advertising page. A reprint of a dime novel, perhaps the first of the Deadwood Dick series, attributed to Edward Wheeler, self-described 'sensationalist novelist' although perhaps ghost written by Jesse Cowdrick (see Southern Illinois University Library website). GOOD condition. Outer wrappers split along the hinges and somewhat tenuously attached. Moderate to heavy browning. Some chipping and minor tearing along the extremities. Staples rusted. Faint pencil note on the upper front cover, with a number impressed near the same locale. 
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6 Wheeler, Edward Old Avalanche, the Great Annihilator: or, Wild Edna, the Girl Brigand. The Deadwood Dick Library. Vol. I. No. 8.
New York M.J. Ivers and Co 1899 no Wraps Good 
States 'Issued Weekly. May 3, 1899. Color illustrated wraps over black and white illustrated wraps. 32 pp., including inner wrap and rear advertising page. A reprint of a dime novel attributed to Edward Wheeler, self-described 'sensationalist novelist' although perhaps ghost written by Jesse Cowdrick (see Southern Illinois University Library website). GOOD condition. Minor soiling. General toning, a bit heavier along the fore edge. Side staples rusted. A few minor stains in the interior. 
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7 Wheeler, Edward The Phantom Miner, or, Deadwood Dick's Bonanza. The Deadwood Dick Library. Vol. I. No. 7
New York M.J. Ivers and Co 1899 no Wraps Good 
States 'Issued Weekly. April 26, 1899. Color illustrated wraps over black and white illustrated wraps. 32 pp., including inner wrap and rear advertising page. A reprint of a dime novel attributed to Edward Wheeler, self-described 'sensationalist novelist' although perhaps ghost written by Jesse Cowdrick (see Southern Illinois University Library website). GOOD condition. Minor soiling. General toning, a bit heavier along the fore edge. Side staples rusted. A few chips and tears to several pages in the interior. 
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8 Wheeler, Edward. New York Nell. The Boy-Girl Detective. The Deadwood Dick Library. Vol. III. No. 36
Cleveland The Arthur Westbrook Co. no Wraps Fair 
1899 date given, although presumed later, as this publisher used the same plates to reprint this into the early 1920s. Color illustrated front wrap over a black and white illustrated wrap, with the rear wrap corresponding with the color wrap MISSING. 32 pp., including inner wrap and rear advertising page. A reprint of a dime novel attributed to Edward Wheeler, self-described 'sensationalist novelist' although perhaps ghost written by Jesse Cowdrick (see Southern Illinois University Library website). FAIR/GOOD condition, lacking the rear wrap. Number in red pencil and a pencil line present to the front cover. General moderate toning to the piece. Minor soiling. Side staples rusted, with some chipping and flaking along the left side of the front wrapper. A few pages with tears at the right edge. 
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