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The Phantom Detective -  Brass Pin - 1930's - Issued for the Pulp Hero by  Laurence Donovan and C S Montanye  George A MacDonald - Paperback - First Edition - 1935 - from Leonard Shoup  (SKU: 158359)

The Phantom Detective - Brass Pin - 1930's - Issued for the Pulp Hero

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The Phantom Detective - Brass Pin - 1930's - Issued for the Pulp Hero

by No Author / G Wayman Jones, written by D L Champion, aka Jack D'arcy under pseudonym Robert Wallace - predominately by Edwin V Burkholder, Norman A Daniels, Anatole F Feldman, Charles Greenberg, George A MacDonald, Laurence Donovan and C S Montanye

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Condition
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Burlington, Ontario
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About This Item

New York, NY: N.Y. / New York: Thrilling Publications / Standard Magazine ( Pulp ), NO Date -Circa 1935, 1st Edition, 1935. ----------NO BOOK or PULP, this is for a PHANTOM DETECTIVE pin likely issued in the 1930's, measures about 5/8 x 1 inch, likley made of brass, nice aged patina look but that may be how this was issued, pin on rear is intact, overall a Very Good+ to Near Fine example of a truly rare pulp memorabilia piece, small image of the Phantom on the pin with the phrase "Friends of the Phantom" underneath, nice shield design, this si the sort of thing that fan clubs would have issued, really very nice and obviously few and far between, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. First Edition. Memorabilia . Very Good+ ( see Description ). Illus. by Pulp Cover Art.

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Bookseller
Leonard Shoup CA (CA)
Bookseller Inventory #
158359
Title
The Phantom Detective - Brass Pin - 1930's - Issued for the Pulp Hero
Author
No Author / G Wayman Jones, written by D L Champion, aka Jack D'arcy under pseudonym Robert Wallace - predominately by Edwin V Burkholder, Norman A Daniels, Anatole F Feldman, Charles Greenberg, George A MacDonald, Laurence Donovan and C S Montanye
Illustrator
Pulp Cover Art
Format/binding
Paperback
Book condition
Used - Very Good+ ( see Description )
Edition
First Edition
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
N.Y. / New York: Thrilling Publications / Standard Magazine ( Pulp ), NO Date -Circa 1935, 1st Edition
Place of Publication
New York, NY
Date published
1935
Keywords
Terrnu
Bookseller catalogs
Pulps and Pulp Related;

Terms of Sale

Leonard Shoup

NOTE: We have a 99.9% fill rate, so order with the confidence of actually having your order filled. We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, money order, U.S. INTERNATIONAL POSTAL MONEY ORDER( Pink in colour). Canadian residents must add 5% GST on the entire amount, including shipping. NOTE to US customers: Postage on envelopes to Canada is higher than within the United States. Please use the correct postage.

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Leonard Shoup

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