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14 Vol.: Not at Night & More NaN; You'll Need a Night Light; Gruesome Cargoes; By Daylight Only; Switch… by  Christine Campbell (ed.) Stephen Jones (signed)(ed.); Frank Belknap Long; Seabury Quinn; August Derleth; H Warner Munn; Edmond Hamilton; Henry S Whitehead; Robert E Howard; Clark Ashton Smith; Dermot Chesson Spence; Dion Fortune et al Thomson ( Hartley ) - Signed First Edition - 1926 - from Leonard Shoup  (SKU: 158976)

14 Vol.: Not at Night & More NaN; You'll Need a Night Light; Gruesome Cargoes; By Daylight Only; Switch on the Light; At Dead of Night; Grim Death; Keep on the Light; Terror By Night; Nightmare By Daylight; Keep Out; Moonlight Only; Don't Turn Out Light

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14 Vol.: Not at Night & More NaN; You'll Need a Night Light; Gruesome Cargoes; By Daylight Only; Switch on the Light; At Dead of Night; Grim Death; Keep on the Light; Terror By Night; Nightmare By Daylight; Keep Out; Moonlight Only; Don't Turn Out Light

by Thomson ( Hartley ), Christine Campbell (ed.) Stephen Jones (signed)(ed.); Frank Belknap Long; Seabury Quinn; August Derleth; H Warner Munn; Edmond Hamilton; Henry S Whitehead; Robert E Howard; Clark Ashton Smith; Dermot Chesson Spence; Dion Fortune et al

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England: London, Uk: Selwyn and Blount (for original Series ) / Harrogate, UK (for New Series ), Some with NO DATES but Generally: 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 2002, 2003, 2005, 1st Edition, First or Later Printing , 1926. ----------14 volumes (ONE SHIPPING CHARGE), overseas shipping (anything outside of Canada and the USA ) will require additional charges, if this description has been truncated please email for full details, -----CONDITION and edition (when known) for the individual volumes is as follows: NOT AT NIGHT: a solid Very Good copy, a bit of age toning to paper, a bit of foxing to the edges of the text block, the front panel and front flap of the dustjacket are present but really it is not much but best left with the book nonetheless, with a facsimile dustjacket which a former owner has cut chips into to make it look more authentic, 8th printing and states 1928 ---MORE NOT AT NIGHT: a Good to Very Good copy, a bit of age toning to the paper as well as the outer edges of the text block, with a facsimile dustjacket which a former owner has cut chips into to make it look more authentic, dated 1928 and states 6th printing ---YOU’LL NEED A NIGHT LIGHT: a Fair to Good copy, a bit of age toning to paper, a bit of foxing to the edges of the text block, ink name “Charlesworth” in a couple of spots, front blank endpaper is slightly adhered to the verso of the front board, tear along spine, tear on both sides of the spine at upper spine tip, no dustjacket, 1927 1st edition and 1st printing ---GRUESOME CARGOES: a Good copy with overall wear, binding is a bit loose but still intact, a bit of age toning to paper, a bit of foxing to the edges of the text block, bookplate (for a John Arnold ) on verso of front blank endpaper, with a facsimile dustjacket which a former owner has cut chips into to make it look more authentic , states 1930 and is a 4th printing ---BY DAYLIGHT ONLY: a solid Good copy, some wear and rubbing, binding is a bit loose, tear along the spine, a bit of age toning to paper, a bit of foxing to the edges of the text block, small ink stain on fore edge of text block, with a facsimile dustjacket, 1929 –2nd printing ---SWITCH ON THE LIGHT: a solid Good copy, light wear, small hole in spine, a bit of tip wear, a bit of age toning to paper, a bit of foxing to the edges of the text block, no dustjacket, no statement of printing or date so likely a 1st edition or certainly an early printing ---AT Dead of NIGHT: a solid Good to Very Good copy, a bit of light wear and rubbing, a bit of age toning to paper, a bit of foxing to the edges of the text block, with a facsimile dustjacket, no date or printing history so likely a 1st edition or certainly an early printing ---GRIM DEATH: a solid Good to Very Good copy, a bit of light wear and rubbing, text block is slightly out of line so it protrudes past the edge of the boards by about 1/16th of an inch, a bit of age toning to paper, a bit of foxing to the edges of the text block, in an ORIGINAL dustjacket with some small chips and tears, looks quite nice, some soiling to white areas of jacket, no date or publishing history but title page states 10th Thousand so likely an early reprint ---KEEP ON THE LIGHT: a solid Very Good copy, a bit of light wear, a bit of age toning to paper, a bit of foxing to the edges of the text block, ink name and date ( Carrie Levien Wakefield Jan. 1939 ) no dustjacket, no date or publishing history so likely a 1st edition ---TERROR BY NIGHT: A Good copy only, some wear and fraying to tips, sunning to the spine, short tears along the spine, a bit of age toning to paper, a bit of foxing to the edges of the text block, no dustjacket, no publishing history or date so likely a 1st edition or early printing certainly ----NIGHTMARE BY DAYLIGHT: a solid Very Good copy, a bit of light wear, ink name and date ( Carrie Levien Wakefield Jan. 1939), a bit of age toning to paper, a bit of foxing to the edges of the text block, with a facsimile dustjacket, no publishing history or date so likely a 1st edition or early printing certainly ---KEEP OUT THE LIGHT / DON’T TURN OUT THE LIGHT / BY MOONLIGHT ONLY ( PS Publishing editions –new series ) are all Fine in Fine dustjackets, all are signed and numbered by Stephen Jones ( # 193 of 500, 69 of 500, 183 of 500 copies ) -----hardcovers, the complete NOT at NIGHT series as well as volumes 1, 2 and 3 of the new Not at N series by PS Publishing (new series all signed and numbered), NOT at NIGHT contains: Monsters of the Pit by Paul S. Powers; Four Wooden Stakes by Victor Rowan [as by Victor Roman ];The Third Thumb-Print by Mortimer Levitan; Lips of the Dead by W. J. Stamper; The Devil Bed by Gerald Dean; Death-Waters by Frank Belknap Long; Black Curtains by G. Frederick Montefiore; The Plant-Thing by R. G. Macready; His Family by C. Franklin Miller; A Hand from the Deep by Romeo Poole; The Tortoise-Shell Cat by Greye La Spina; The Case of the Russian Stevedore by Henry W. Whitehill; Leopard's Trail by W. Chiswell Collins; The Last Trip by Archie Binns; The Purple Cincture by H. Thompson Rich ---MORE NaN contains: The Hooded Death by Joel Martin Nichols, Jr.; The Man Who Was Saved by B. W. Sliney; Fidel Bassin by W. J. Stamper; Teeth by Galen C. Colin; Vials of Wrath by Edith Lyle Ragsdale; The Experiment of Erich Weigert by Sewell Peaslee Wright; The Mystery Under the Sea by Donald E. Keyhoe; The Horror on the Links [Jules de Grandin] by Seabury Quinn; The Yellow Spectre by Stewart Van der Veer; Swamp Horror by Will Smith and R. J. Robbins; The Dead Soul by Raoul Lenoir; The Sea Thing by Frank Belknap Long; The Black Box by H. Thompson Rich; Bat's Belfry by August Derleth; Bat's Belfry by August Derleth; The Phantom Drug by A. W. Kapfer --- You’ll contains: The Last Horror by Eli Colter; The Life Serum by Paul S. Powers; The Girdle by Joseph McCord; Si Urag of the Tail by Oscar Cook; The Beast by Paul Benton; His Wife by Zita Inez Ponder; Laocoon by Bassett Morgan; Out of the Earth by Christine Campbell Thomson [as by Flavia Richardson ]; Ti Michel by W. J. Stamper; The House of Horror [Jules de Grandin] by Seabury Quinn; The Coffin of Lissa by August Derleth; The Parasitic Hand [Dr. Burnstrum] by Anthony M. Rud [as by R. Anthony ]; The Death Crescents of Koti by Romeo Poole; Ghosts of the Air by J. M. Hiatt and Moye W. Stephens; The Horror at Red Hook by H. P. Lovecraft ---GRUESOME contains: Dead Man's Luck by Lockhart North; When Hell Laughed by Christine Campbell Thomson [as by Flavia Richardson ]; The Black Spider by Edmund Snell; The Hunting on the Doonagh Bog by Alister McAllister [as by Anthony Wharton ]; Drums of Fear by Dora Christie-Murray; The Hand From the Ruins by Harold Markham; A Celestial Hell by Harry De Windt; The Children of Bondage by John Dagney Major [as by Dagney Major ]; The Man Who Ordered a Double by Rupert Grayson; When Glister Walked by Oscar Cook (variant of The Sacred Jars 1927); Offspring of Hell by H. Thomson; The Tomb John Palmer and Hilary Saint George Saunders [as by Francis Beeding ]; The Creeping Horror by A. A. Rawlinson; The Green Eyes of Mbuiri by Benge Atlee; The Padlocked House by L. Oulton ---ByDOnly contains: The Chain by H. Warner Munn; The Fates by John Dwight; Pickman's Model by H. P. Lovecraft; The Last Laugh by C. Franklin Miller; At Number Eleven by Christine Campbell Thomson [as by Flavia Richardson ]; The Devils of Po Sung by Bassett Morgan; The Rose Window by Charlton Lawrence Edholm; The Panthers of Shevgoan by Morgan Johnson; Medusa by Royal W. Jimerson; Piecemeal by Oscar Cook; Bells of Oceana by Arthur J. Burks; The Devil's Martyr by Signe Toksvig; The Cave of Spiders by William R. Hickey; The Witch-Baiter by Anthony M. Rud [as by R. Anthony ]; The Trimmer by Douglas Newton; Blood by Rupert Grayson; The Tenant by August Derleth; White Lotus Flower by Harold Markham; In Kashla's Garden by Oscar Schisgall; The Copper Bowl by George Fielding Eliot [as by Captain George Fielding Eliot ] ---SWITCH contains: The Curse of Yig by H. P. Lovecraft and Zealia Bishop [as by Zealia Brown Reed ]; Murder by Proxy by Richard Stone (I); Haunted Hands by Jack Bradley; The Flame Fiend by N. J. O'Neail; Boomerang by Oscar Cook; The Tapping by J. Dyott Matthews; The Red Fetish by Frank Belknap Long; The Pacer August Derleth and Mark Schorer; Flower Valleyby J. S. Whittaker; The Rats in the Walls by H. P. Lovecraft; Suzanne by J. Joseph-Renaud; The Thought Monsterby Amelia Reynolds Long (variant of The Thought-Monster 1930); The Red Turret by Christine Campbell Thomson [as by Flavia Richardson ]; Pigmy Island by Edmond Hamilton; Bhuillaneadh by R. F. Broad ---AtDofN contains: Creeping Fingers by Loretta G. Burrough; The Owl by F. A. M. Webster; Four Doomed Men by Hugh B. Cave [as by Geoffrey Vace ]; The Curse of the House of Phipps [Jules de Grandin] by Seabury Quinn; His Beautiful Hands by Oscar Cook; The Seeds of Death by David H. Keller, M.D.; Passing of a God [Gerald Canevin] by Henry S. Whitehead; Prince Borgia's Mass [Chronicles of the City-States ]by August Derleth; Pussy by Christine Campbell Thomson [as by Flavia Richardson ]; The Wonderful Tune by Jessie Douglas Kerruish [as by Jessie D. Kerruish ]; The Scourge of Mektoub by Paul Ernst; Rats by F. A. M. Webster [as by Michael Annesley ]; The Idol of Death by Arthur Edwards Chapman and Richard Jackson; The Gray Killer by Everil Worrell; Guardians of the Guavas by Charles Henry Mackintosh ---GRIM contains: If You Sleep in the Moonlight; by J. Leslie Mitchell; Island of Doom by Bassett Morgan; Flies by Anthony Vercoe; Lord of the Talking Heads by Arthur Woodward; Helvellyn: Elivion or Hill of Baal by Rosalie Muspratt; House of the Living Dead by Harold Ward (variant of The House of the Living Dead); The Wings by J. Dyott Matthews; The Great White Fear by Oscar Cook; The Black Stone [Cthulhu Mythos Tales] by Robert E. Howard; The Ghost That Never Died by Elizabeth Sheldon; Behind the Blinds by Christine Campbell Thomson [as by Flavia Richardson ]; The Thing in the Cellar by David H. Keller, M.D. [as by David H. Keller ]; Dorner Cordaianthus by Hester Gaskell Holland [as by Hester Holland ]; Night and Silence by Maurice Level; The Inn by Guy Preston ---KEEP ON contains: The Library by Hester Gaskell Holland; Golden Lilies by Oscar Cook; The Chadbourne Episode [Gerald Canevin] by Henry S. Whitehead; Worms of the Earth [Bran Mak Morn] by Robert E. Howard; The Black Hare by Christine Campbell Thomson [as by Flavia Richardson ]; Tiger Dust by Bassett Morgan; The House of Shadows by Mary Elizabeth Counselman [as by Mary E. Counselman ]; Green Slime by J. Dyott Matthews; The Seven-Locked Room by Jessie Douglas Kerruish [as by Jessie D. Kerruish ]; Legion of Evil by Warden Ledge; The Head of Wu-fang by Don C. Wiley; The Way He Died by Guy Preston; The Cult of the White Ape by Hugh B. Cave; Althorpe Abbey by Rosalie Muspratt; Isle of Torturers [Zothique] by Clark Ashton Smith (variant of The Isle of the Torturers) ---TERROR contains: King Cobra by Joseph O. Kesselring; The Chamber of Death by Armiger Barclay; The House of the Worm novelette by Mearle Prout; The Flying Head by Ernest Bonney; The Man Who Saw Red by J. Wilmer Benjamin; The Horror in the Museum by H. P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald; Dog Death by Oscar Cook (variant of The Creature of Man 1925); The Metronome by August Derleth; The Accursed Isle by Mary Elizabeth Counselman; The Watcher in the Green Room by Hugh B. Cave; Rogues in the House [Conan] by Robert E. Howard; The Closed Door by Harold Ward; The Death Plant by Michael Gwynn; Behind the Yellow Door by Christine Campbell Thomson [as by Flavia Richardson ]; The Author's Tale by L. A. Lewis ---NIGHTMARE by DAYLIGHT contains: Scarred Mirror by Charles Cullum; One Alaskan Night by Barrett Willoughby; The Dead Woman by David H. Keller,; The Crimson Head-Dress by Oscar Cook; Little Red Shoes by Dermot Chesson Spence [as by Gordon Chesson ]; The Yellow Paw by Zayu Konstanz; The Flute of Seven Stops by Dion Fortune; The Scream by Hester Gaskell Holland [as by Hester Holland ]; Mirabel Houston by Nicholas Stafford; The Horror of the Cavern by Dr. Walter Rose [as by Walter Rose ]; The Gold of Hermodike by Jessie Douglas Kerruish; The Cossacks by E. M. P. Inglefield; Grannie by R. Dawson; Empty Stockings by Christine Campbell Thomson [as by Flavia Richardson ]; The Crack by Oswell Blakeston, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo ///SIGNED -PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION for DETAILS ---GUARANTEED to be AVAILABLE///. Signed (see description). First Edition, First & Later Printings. Hard Cover. Good (see description)/Good (see description). Illus. by Edward Miller and Les Edwards and C Leslie and Uncredited Cover Art. Various Sizes.

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Bookseller
Leonard Shoup CA (CA)
Bookseller's Inventory #
158976
Title
14 Vol.: Not at Night & More NaN; You'll Need a Night Light; Gruesome Cargoes; By Daylight Only; Switch on the Light; At Dead of Night; Grim Death; Keep on the Light; Terror By Night; Nightmare By Daylight; Keep Out; Moonlight Only; Don't Turn Out Light
Author
Thomson ( Hartley ), Christine Campbell (ed.) Stephen Jones (signed)(ed.); Frank Belknap Long; Seabury Quinn; August Derleth; H Warner Munn; Edmond Hamilton; Henry S Whitehead; Robert E Howard; Clark Ashton Smith; Dermot Chesson Spence; Dion Fortune et al
Illustrator
Edward Miller and Les Edwards and C Leslie and Uncredited Cover Art
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Good (see description)
Jacket condition
Good (see description)
Edition
First Edition, First & Later Printings
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
London, Uk: Selwyn and Blount (for original Series ) / Harrogate, UK (for New Series ), Some with NO DATES but Generally: 1926,
Place of Publication
England
Date Published
1926
Keywords
Terrnu
Bookseller catalogs
Horror;
Size
Various Sizes

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