Superb illustrations by Dennis McLaughlin one of the best British cover illustrators of all time. One has the dust jacket, all are in great condition.
I have just added some 70’s 80’s & 90’s Beano Annuals to my stock all are vg+ (at least) but they are available at £3.00 each (a bargain). I have others available at £2.50.
1979 – 1980 – 1982 – 1984 -1985
All available at £2.50 as are the other 50 or so annuals I have in stock.
I have about 30 Chums Weekly from the late 20’s with great covers, but I can’t find any for sale anywhere so don’t know what they are worth.
I have 20 issues of Sports Budget. I can’t find out a lot about them but would be willing to sell at £5.00 a copy. I did find this description;
“Excellent weekly newspaper concentrating mostly on football-either short stories or factual reports. First issue January 13th 1923. It is printed on newspaper stock. Printed and published by The Amalgamated Press from the Fleetway House Farringdon Street London. It had 24 pages and sold for 2d.
Amalgamated Press had tried different football formats earlier with Football Favourite (4/9/20-30/4/21) and Sports for Boys (20/10/20-21/4/21) and seemingly came up with the winning and much more long lived Sports Budget.
The main bulk of its stories were dedicated to football, although there were alternatives in the shape of cricket and rugby.”
ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S ;Speak of the Devil, Murderer’s Row, 16 Skeletons from my Closet, Anti-Social Register, Murder Racquet All £5.00 each
ALFRED HITCHCOCK and the Three Investigators in ; The Secret of Terror Castle, The Mystery of the Fiery Eye, The Mystery of the Shrinking House, The Mystery of the Coughing Dragon, The Mystery of the Talking Skull, The Mystery of the Vanishing Treasure all £2.50 each
A selection of hardbacks all early 20th century editions in very attractive printed boards all in very good condition. Don’t even think of paying silly prices for paperback reprints, these titles are available for £15.00 each. I should have taken a photo of the spines as they all have great illustrations on them, these are very attractive books.
Given recent history it is a pity that Alfred E Neuman didn’t run for President.
The MAD Reader – £2.50, was MAD magazine really written for children, I know I was an addict in the early 60’s but the humour was very wide.
The Hardy Boys by Franklin W Dixon #65 The Outlaws Silver #34 The Mystery of the Chinese Junk, #25 Hunting for Hidden Gold £2.00 each #3 The Haunted Fort £2.50.
Star Trek by James Blish – Spock Must Die £2.50
SPACE:1999 – Breakaway by EC Tubb £3.00
TUESDAY Adventure by John Pudney a Scottie Book “Fred and I Hunt Down a gang of Sinister Traitors” What else would you do in your school hols? £7.50
Frank Richards – Billy Bunter Sportsman and Billy Bunter and the School Rebellion both Merlin paperbacks £5.00 each.
Mervyn Skipper – The Meeting Pool – Puffin 1st £5.00
The Mad Frontier and Mad’s Don Martin Comes on Strong both published by Signet at £2.50 each. I remember one issue of the magazine gave away a full sheet of “Alfred E Neuman 4 President stamps” at the time that postage (I don’t thing we had classes then) was 4d. I used them on my Christmas cards and the PO delivered them all. Funny that the idea of Alfred E. Neuman for president seems so main stream today.
Thames Williamson (is that really his name?) North After Seals – Puffin 1st £2.50. I am presuming in this book they don’t club the babies to death.
Biggles Air Commodore – Capt. W E Johns Armada 1st £5.00