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Here is the cover of the Old Earth Books edition of Galactic Patrol, which is substantively the same as the original Fantasy Press edition. The art is by Ric Binkley.

A.E. Van Vogt: The pawns of Null-A.  Digit Books #R377, 1959.  Cover art by Ed Emshwiller ("Emsh")  A Digit Royal book

Van Vogt: The pawns of Null-A. Digit Books Cover art by Ed Emshwiller ("Emsh") A Digit Royal book

Adventures in Science Fiction Cover Art: Crashed Spaceships

Adventures in Science Fiction Cover Art: Crashed Spaceships

(Gaylord Welker’s cover for the December 1952 issue of Astounding Science Fiction) Gaylord Welker’s cover for the December 1952 issue of Astounding Science Fiction appeared in my best s…

Comic Book Cover For Amazing Stories v10 09 - Labyrinth - Neil R. Jones

Comic Book Cover For Amazing Stories v10 09 - Labyrinth - Neil R. Jones

scificovers: Ace Double D-443:The Dark Destroyers by Manly Wade Wellman 1960. Cover art attributed to Ed Valigursky.

scificovers: Ace Double Dark Destroyers by Manly Wade Wellman Cover art attributed to Ed Valigursky.

Forget this crappy cover - go and read Foundation (1951), Foundation and Empire (1952) and Second Foundation (1953), the original "Foundation Trilogy" by Asimov. And what does this cover have to do with any of these titles???

The Man Who Upset The Universe (Original Title: Foundation And Empire)

Isaac Asimov (c. 1920 – The Man Who Upset the Universe - original title: Foundation and Empire.

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Nov. 1958, cover by John Pederson Jr.

The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, November Contains "Or the Grasses Grow" by Avram Davidson, "Pelt" by Carol Emshwiller, "Wildcat" by Poul Anderson, and "Nine Yards of Other Cloth" by Manly Wade Wellman. Cover by John Pederson Jr.

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Adventures in Science Fiction Art: Spacewomen of the Future (flying spaceships…

Adventures in Science Fiction Art: Spacewomen of the Future (flying spaceships + exploring alien landscapes + delivering galactic mail), Part II

Ed Emshwiller’s cover for the June 1954 issue of Future Science Fiction, ed.

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1965 'Crashing Suns' Edmond Hamilton Ace Book (Pulp Books - Science Fiction) at Mooncat Antiques

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