Galaxy [1954] Entire year 12 issues Philip K. Dick "A World of Talent" which later became "Martian Timeslip" Also "Shell Game"
Galaxy [1954] Entire year 12 issues Philip K. Dick "A World of Talent" which later became "Martian Timeslip" Also "Shell Game"
Galaxy [1954] Entire year 12 issues Philip K. Dick "A World of Talent" which later became "Martian Timeslip" Also "Shell Game"
Galaxy [1954] Entire year 12 issues Philip K. Dick "A World of Talent" which later became "Martian Timeslip" Also "Shell Game"
Galaxy [1954] Entire year 12 issues Philip K. Dick "A World of Talent" which later became "Martian Timeslip" Also "Shell Game"
Galaxy [1954] Entire year 12 issues Philip K. Dick "A World of Talent" which later became "Martian Timeslip" Also "Shell Game"
Galaxy [1954] Entire year 12 issues Philip K. Dick "A World of Talent" which later became "Martian Timeslip" Also "Shell Game"

Galaxy [1954] Entire year 12 issues Philip K. Dick "A World of Talent" which later became "Martian Timeslip" Also "Shell Game"

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Set of 12 Galaxy pulp science fiction magazines, being January through December 1954.


All of these magazine are "good" or better with tight, intact bindings. No loose, torn or folded pages. There are a few light pencil annotations in places, but nothing significant. No loose pages. Lower corner on December is chipped off. Books all close tightly, not extensively creased. Some tanning, some chipping, maybe a little lifting at the spine head or heel, but no large tears or splits.

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Overall, a better-than-average grade set of mags with lots of classic science fiction content - more than 1,800 pages worth!

Will ship promptly, carefully packaged and insured. FREE PRIORITY SHIPPING TO THE STATES. Some of the authors with work include: >> Philip K. Dick - "A World of Talent" and also "Shell Game" which became his novel "Clans of the Alphane Moon" >> Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. - the first appearance of "The Big Trip Up Yonder", better known as "Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow", appearing years later in "Welcome to the Monkey House" >> Algis Budrys >> Damon Knight >> Frederick Pohl - "The Midas Plague" >> C.M. Kornbluth w/ Frederick Pohl - first appearance of "Gladiator at Law" >> Clifford Simak - "Green Thumb" >> James Blish - "Beep" >> Robert Sheckley >> Theodore Sturgeon >> J.T. McIntosh >> and many more...