Weird Tales

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Weird Tales is an American fantasy and horror fiction pulp magazine founded by J. C. Henneberger and J. M. Lansinger in late 1922. The first issue, dated March 1923, appeared on newsstands February 18. The first editor, Edwin Baird, printed early work by H. P. Lovecraft, Seabury Quinn, and Clark Ashton Smith, all of whom went on to be popular writers, but within a year, the magazine was in financial trouble. Henneberger sold his interest in the publisher, Rural Publishing Corporation, to Lansinger, and refinanced Weird Tales, with Farnsworth Wright as the new editor. The first issue to list Wright as editor was dated November 1924…Wikipedia
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  1. 97United States
  2. 2Denmark
  3. 1United Kingdom
  4. 1Belgium
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  1. 87Auctions
  2. 13Non-auction sources
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  1. 81Heritage
  2. 15Hake's
  3. 4Swann Galleries
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  1. 20Cadence Comic Art
  2. 16ComicArtFans Classifieds
  3. 14eBay US (Buy It Now)
  4. 14ComicArt.dk
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