Earle K. Bergey cover for Pep Stories
Sky Fighters cover
Norman Saunders cover for Mrs. Homicide by Day Keene
Harry Kirchner interior for Romantic Range
Charles L. Wrenn illustration
Harry T. Fisk cover for Outdoor Stories
Hamilton Greene cowboy illustration
Cover for Guns in the Valley by Paul Evan Lehman
H.W. McCauley interior for Day Keene story in Imagination
Rawhide Range by Ernest Haycox
Cover for The hinges of Hell by Stewart Sterling
The Thrill book
The Gang Magazine
Red Blooded Stories
Blue Steel Magazine
Necronomicon (Holding this book felt fleshy and squishy)
That’s all folks, till next year.
As your photos show, there were many rare pulp titles at Pulpfest. I remember THE THRILL BOOK issue as being priced around $1000. Which would be a bargain price due to the rarity of THRILL BOOK but the condition was fair to poor. I've never owned a THRILL BOOK but I was once offered a complete set of the magazine but all I could come up with at the time(about 40 years ago), was $2500, so I did not get it.
Eye candy. I want it ALL.
Terrific photo report, Sai. Thanks for sharing photos of the many rarities one can find at PulpFest. These may be the "pick of the crop," but there are plenty of bargains available at the convention as well. So for those who were not able to attend, start making your plans now to make PulpFest 2020 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Pittsburgh — Cranberry in Mars, PA. It will take place August 6 – 9 and celebrate "Bradbury, BLACK MASK, and Brundage" (with a touch of Burroughs and Brackett thrown in for good measure). Learn more at http://www.pulpfest.com