PRIVATE DETECTIVE Stories ~ Volume 17 No. 2, July 1945
- Fair/Original Wraps
Sherman Oaks, California, United States
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NY: Trojan Publishing, 1945. FAIR condition in illustrated wraps. NY. Trojan Publishing. MAGAZINE, Volume 17 No. 2, July 1945. Nicks, tears and chipping to edges. Open tears at spine head and heel. Front cover almost torn away from spine. Some tape repair. Open tear front foot. Pages browning. Fragile. Stored in Mylite sleeve with acid-free board. Includes, Stranglers Walk Softly by Geoffrey North.. Magazine. Soft Cover. Fair/Original Wraps. Magazine.
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- PRIVATE DETECTIVE Stories ~ Volume 17 No. 2, July 1945
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- NOISBN, Pulp Fiction, Noir, SCENE OF THE CRIME
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- PULP FICTION; BRIEF MEDLEYS; AUTHOR V~W~X;
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