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Periodicals featuring angling stories by Zane Grey

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Estimate: US$300 - US$500
Price realised:  n. a.
Lot number 379, Views: 15

Title: Periodicals featuring angling stories by Zane Grey Author: ** Place: Various places Publisher: Date: Various dates Description: Includes: Field & Stream. February, 1937. With article by Zane Grey titled, "World-Record Tiger Shark: Big-Game Fishing in Australian Waters." on page 9. Original wrappers. * Popular Photography. January, 1938. With article by Loren Grey, featuring the photography of Zane Grey titled, "Zane Grey Takes His Camera Swordfishing," on page 28. Original wrappers. * Izak Walton League Monthly April, 1923. With article by Zane Grey titled, "The Gladiator of the Sea," on page 385. Original wrappers. * Physical Culture. July, 1931. With article by Zane Grey titled, "Tales of the South Seas," on page 55. Original wrappers. (Also include's Jack London's "Poppy Cargo" the first appearance of the work under this title.) * Motorship. Vol. XIV, No. 1 - No. 12 (Jan-Dec, 1929) bound together. Within Vol. XIV, No. 10 (Oct, 1929) is the short article, "Famous Diesel Yacht 'Goes Pro'. Regarding Grey's schooner Marechal Foch. Also includes: Ashaway Sportsman 1952. Original photographic wrappers. * 2 issues of The Catalina Islander. Vol. XVIII, No. 2 (Wednesday, January 14, 1931) and Vol. XXII, No. 24 (Thursday, June 13, 1935). Some soiling to each. * 3 issues of: Radio News. The Polynesian. A Newspaper Issued Daily Aboard Passenger Ships of the Matson Navigation Co. and the Oceanic Steamship Co. Vol. XXIII, No. 4 (Sunday, July 28, 1935); Vol. XIV, No. 12 (Thursday, October 3, 1935); and Vol. XXIV, No. 16 (Thursday, October 17, 1935). Lot Amendments Condition: Some light to moderate general wear to each; mostly very good. Item number: 228045

Informations about the auction
Auction house: PBA Galleries
Title: Sale 483: Fine Literature with Books in All Fields
Date of the auction: 5 Jul 2012
Address: PBA Galleries
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