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1 An Old Scout Wild West Weekly. No. 1075. May 25, 1923. Young Wild West and the Silent Scout, and other Stories
New York Harry E. Wolff, Publisher 1923 no Wraps Good 
Roughly 8 by 6 inches. Front cover printed in red and blue ink. 28 pp., plus a few pages of ads. A single issue of this pulp western weekly magazine featuring the story, 'Young Wild West and the Silent Scout' by An Old Scout, as well as news on various current events. GOOD condition. Heavy browning to the paper. Minor soiling, foxing and staining. Heavy chipping and tearing along the fore edge. Some chipping to the spine, with minor wear to the other extremities. Light curling along the spine. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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2 An Old Scout Wild West Weekly. No. 1076. June 1, 1923. Young Wild West Staking a Tenderfoot, and other Stories
New York Harry E. Wolff, Publisher 1923 no Wraps Good 
Roughly 8 by 6 inches. Front cover printed in red and blue ink. 28 pp., plus a few pages of ads. A single issue of this pulp western weekly magazine featuring the story, 'Young Wild West Staking a Tenderfoot' by An Old Scout, as well as news on various current events. GOOD condition. Heavy browning to the paper. Minor soiling, foxing and staining. Moderate uneven chipping and tearing along the extremities. Rear cover with a 2 inch tear. Light curling along the spine. 
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3 An Old Scout Wild West Weekly. No. 1077. June 8, 1923. Young Wild West Roping the Ghost Dancers, and other Stories
New York Harry E. Wolff, Publisher 1923 no Wraps Good 
Roughly 8 by 6 inches. Front cover printed in red and blue ink. 28 pp., plus a few pages of ads. A single issue of this pulp western weekly magazine featuring the story, 'Young Wild West Roping the Ghost Dancers' by An Old Scout, recalling a skirmish with Native American Indian ghost dancers, as well as news on various current events. GOOD condition. Heavy browning to the paper. Minor soiling, foxing and staining. Moderate uneven chipping and tearing along the extremities. Light curling along the spine. 
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4 An Old Scout Wild West Weekly. No. 1078. June 15, 1923. Young Wild West Capturing a Claim, and other Stories
New York Harry E. Wolff, Publisher 1923 no Wraps Good 
Roughly 8 by 6 inches. Front cover printed in red and blue ink. 28 pp., plus a few pages of ads. A single issue of this pulp western weekly magazine featuring the story, 'Young Wild West Capturing a Claim' by An Old Scout, as well as news on various current events. GOOD condition. Heavy browning to the paper. Minor soiling, foxing and staining. Heavy uneven chipping and tearing along the lower edge, with minor wear along the other extremities. 2 inch tear to the front cover at the center fore edge. Light curling along the spine. 
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Wild West Weekly. No. 889. October 31, 1919. Young Wild West and the Sioux Scalpers; or How Arietta Saved Her Life, and other Stories, An Old Scout
5 An Old Scout Wild West Weekly. No. 889. October 31, 1919. Young Wild West and the Sioux Scalpers; or How Arietta Saved Her Life, and other Stories
Buffalo Harry E. Wolff, Publisher 1919 no Wraps Good 
12 by 8 inches. Tabloid format, with front cover printed in blue ink. Large cover illustration of Native Americans ready to scalp the title heroine. 28 pp., plus a few pages of ads. A single issue of this pulp western weekly magazine featuring the story, 'Young Wild West and the Sioux Scalpers; or How Arietta Saved Her Life,' by An Old Scout, as well as 'Snatched from the Jaws of Death,' by John Sherman, and news on a new light bulb. GOOD condition. Heavy browning to the paper. Minor soiling, foxing and staining. Fore edge rather chipped, with many short tears and minor loss. Paper brittle along this edge. 
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Wild West Weekly. No. 890. November 7, 1919. Young Wild West and the Rival Scouts; or the Raid of the Cowboy Gang, and other Stories, An Old Scout
6 An Old Scout Wild West Weekly. No. 890. November 7, 1919. Young Wild West and the Rival Scouts; or the Raid of the Cowboy Gang, and other Stories
Buffalo Harry E. Wolff, Publisher 1919 no Wraps Good 
12 by 8 inches. Tabloid format, with front cover printed in blue ink. Large cover illustration of Native Americans ready to scalp the title heroine. 28 pp., plus a few pages of ads. A single issue of this pulp western weekly magazine featuring the story, 'Young Wild West and the Rival Scouts; or the Raid of the Cowboy Gang,' by An Old Scout, as well as "The Boss's Son" by Dick Ellison, and news on various current events. GOOD condition. Heavy browning to the paper. Minor soiling, foxing and staining. Light curling along the spine. 
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7 An Old Scout Wild West Weekly. No. 897. December 26, 1919. Young Wild West and the Gray Gang; or Arietta's Daring Device, and other Stories
Buffalo Harry E. Wolff, Publisher 1919 no Wraps Good 
12 by 8 inches. Tabloid format, with front cover printed in blue and red ink. 28 pp., plus a few pages of ads. A single issue of this pulp western weekly magazine featuring the story, 'Young Wild West and the Gray Gang; or Arietta's Daring Device,' by An Old Scout, as well as part of "The Boss's Son," by Dick Ellison, a short piece on electrically heated clothes for airmen, etc.. GOOD condition. Heavy browning to the paper. Minor soiling and staining, mostly to the rear cover. Light chipping and tearing along the extremities. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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8 An Old Scout Wild West Weekly. No. 901. January 23, 1920. Young Wild West's Cowboy Call; or Arietta and the Smugglers, and other Stories
Buffalo Harry E. Wolff, Publisher 1920 no Wraps Good 
12 by 8 inches. Tabloid format, with front cover printed in blue and red ink. 28 pp., plus a few pages of ads. A single issue of this pulp western weekly magazine featuring the story, 'Young Wild West's Cowboy Call; or Arietta and the Smugglers,' by An Old Scout, as well as part of "The Boss's Son," by Dick Ellison, etc. GOOD condition. Heavy browning to the paper. Minor soiling and staining, mostly to the rear cover. Light chipping and tearing along the extremities. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Long Rope, Coolidge, Dane
9 Coolidge, Dane Long Rope
New York Grosset and Dunlap no Cloth Good Good 
1935 date given but perhaps later. Brown cloth in dust jacket. Jacket illustration by S.S. Trother. 254 pp. A Western novel set in Texas, following the adventures of two cowboys competing for a championship in steer roping and bronco busting. By Dane Coolidge, an American writer of the early 20th century known for his work portraying the West. GOOD condition. General toning, minor soiling and some dark scuffs to the jacket. Dampstain present along the rear jacket hinge and spine. Extremities scuffed, with minor chipping and tearing. Minor soiling and fading to the book. Owner's inscription present. Heavy browning to the paper. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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10 Grey, Zane The Border Legion.
New York Harper and Brothers 1916 no First Edition Cloth Good 
First edition. E-Q code on the copyright page. Green cloth illustrated in gilt. "Advanced Copy-Not Published," stamped on the title page. 365 pp. Illustrated plates by Lillian E. Wilhelm. With a color frontispiece. A western novel, made into films several times, as well as serving as the basis for the 1934 film 'The Last Round Up' starring Randolph Scott. GOOD condition. Heavy fading to the covers. Minor soiling, with some scattered staining and discoloration to the cloth. Remnants of paper adhered to the rear covers. Cloth frayed and bumped along the extremities. Page edges soiled. Owner's signature present. Text block weak but intact. Minor scattered soiling in the interior. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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11 Hoffman, J. Milton Gunpowder Jim. Or the Mystery of Demon Hollow. Beadle's Frontier Series No. 37
New York Ivers and Co 1908 no Original Wraps Fair 
Pictorial wraps. Rear wrap features an ad for the Frontier series, with titles 33-41 stated as being in press. Early printing of this edition. 99 pages plus 3 pages of ads. Pulp novel western. FAIR condition. Moderate to heavy wear to the wraps, with the lower front corner wrap missing along a diagonal, as well as the upper and lower rear corners of the rear wrap. Lower corner missing about a 2 by 3 inch area. Lower half of the spine wrapper missing, with moderate to heavy chipping along the extremities. Creasing, soiling and fading to the wraps, with faint dampstaining to the rear wrap. Moderate to heavy browning to the text, with minor scattered soiling. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Young Wild West Fighting the Cowboys or The Doom of the 'Hurrah' Outfit. Wild West Weekly. No. 1235. June 18, 1926, No Author Given (An Old Scout); Ellison, Dick
12 No Author Given (An Old Scout); Ellison, Dick Young Wild West Fighting the Cowboys or The Doom of the 'Hurrah' Outfit. Wild West Weekly. No. 1235. June 18, 1926
New York Harry E. Wolff, Publisher 1926 no Wraps Good 
Three color illustrated wraps. 32 pp. A single issue of this pulp magazine devoted to the Wild West, and perhaps aimed toward a juvenile audience, with this number containing the title story as well as the continuation of a story by Dick Ellison 'Fast Mail Frank, The Boy Engineer.' GOOD condition. Heavy browning to the paper. Moderate to heavy chipping along the wrapper extremities, with a few minor tears. Some rusting and staining at the staples. Wrappers splitting at the upper and lower extremities. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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13 Taylor, Judson R. (Halsey, Harlan Page) Gipsy Blair The Western Detective
Lowell, MA C.I. Hood Company 1914 no Original Wraps Good 
Illustrated wraps depicting four cowboys with guns aiming at a woman on a horse. 144 pages. A pulp novel reprint blending the genres of crime and westerns. GOOD condition. Moderate browning and faint spotting to the front cover, with general soiling and fading. A few faint, small dampstains present to the wraps. Minor creasing. Two chips to the wraps along the front fore edge, with minor tearing along the spine. Interior clean and solid with heavy browning to the paper. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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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
14 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. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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