Thrilling Mysteries was one of many pulp magazines Ned Pines published in the early 20th century. The debut issue featured stories such as “The Cat People” and “Army of the Maimed.” A copy of the first issue of Thrilling Mysteries is available in the upcoming Pulps, Posters, Lithographs, & Prints auction, presented by Weiss Auctions.
Interested book collectors will find two first edition volumes by Charles Dickens among the lots. One of these is Dickens’ first novel, The Pickwick Papers. Dickens wrote and published the novel in monthly installments from March 1836 to November 1837, during which time he also got married, had his first child, and began working on Oliver Twist. Another featured book is a 1514 copy of The Book of Hours. This style of prayer book first appeared in the 13th century and often included customized illustrations unique to each wealthy patron.
Rounding out the featured lots is the second volume of Spanish painter Joan Miró’s lithographs. The volume comes in a clamshell box and is #72 of a limited edition press run. Those interested in this or any other piece can register to bid on Invaluable.
# of Lots:248
Price Range:$30 - $5,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Miro Lithographs Volume II|| Estimate: |
|1903 Les Parfums de J. Daver, Leonetto Cappiello|| Estimate: |
|Book of Hours Circa 1514. 12 mo.|| Estimate: |