QRM February 1967, USA science fiction fanzine.

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller oldgit1940 (12.849) 100%, Location: Lewes ESussex, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 142056316264 QRM February 1967, USA science fiction fanzine published by Edwin J Meyer Jnr , MIT Science Fiction Society Cambridge Massachusetts. Quarto-sized (ie "typing paper"), Roneo-printed, 14-pages. Main feature is an instalment of "Vereeltungsflotte" by Jan Crystals: plus the usual fanzine letters and odds and ends. Cover and artwork by Michael Symes. Condition is fine (FN) Postage and handling: second class UK free of charge. There are reductions on overseas airmail postage/handling for multiple purchases shipped together: please ask me for quote or buy and "ask buyer for payment details" before payment. Please ignore any automated notice to the contrary. I obtain and can produce an official Certificate of Posting for every item shipped. Ask me for the price of insurance if you require it. Payment should be by paypal, or by cheque in £GBP drawn on a UK Bank, or by UK Postal Order. With Paypal I ship same or next day but UK personal Cheques must clear my bank (up to 10 days) before item ships. Lots of items like this in my shop. Why not click the red tab. . On 18-Oct-04 at 12:56:13 BST, seller added the following information: Grading is not an exact science, but the Overstreet system makes it possible to achieve some degree of uniformity across all the dealers and collectors who need to grade books. I try to detail any major faults of the item in the description, but have the following criteria in my mind as I write the listing (I apply them to magazines and books as well as comics): Mint (M) (9.8 to 10) The comic is printed perfectly, with no faults and perfectly centred. The cover has all its original gloss (if applicable): there are no signs of wear or aging (including white of pages), and the corners are sharp. I almost never using this rather dangerous grading as very few new comics or magazines and only publisher-sealed paperback or hard cover books are this good! Near Mint (NM) (9.0 to 9.7) Any wear to the cover is so minor as to be nearly un-noticeable. The spine is tight with no roll at all. The cover has nearly all its original gloss (if applicable). Any printing defects are minor. Pages are white. Some new comics are in this grading though actually I seldom find it possible to use it. For books they are invariably new and often in the publisher's shrink-wrap. Very Fine (VFN) (7.5 t0 8.9) Some wrinkles at the staples are allowed and minor stress creases down the spine: it is clear the book has been read. There is some loss of the original gloss: there is no spine roll and any crease is minor, perhaps a tiny one-eighth-inch dog-ear at one corner. In general it is a nice comic. A comic, paperback, or hardcover that has been read but looked after will often be in this grading and it is in my opinion a very collectable grade. Fine (FN) (5.5 to 7.4). Certainly no writing on the cover or tape repair, but there may be more stress creases and one or two minor, short creases. Corners may be rubbed a bit. A well-read paperback or hardcover kept on an open shelf is often in this grading. Very Good (VG) (3.5 to 5.4). The original gloss is now gone, and there may be minor writing such as newsagents make, or other discolorations. There may be spine roll, larger corner creases or minor tears / splits. I seldom sell in this grade and only for books which would be rather expensive in higher grades. "Very good" is a low grade and the lowest collectable grade in my opinion. Good, Fair, Poor . I don't sell in these grades. It would have to be a real rarity, and I would describe the faults in detail. I grade dozens of comics and books each month and my feedback suggests I am ok in this area, but if you think I have made an error of description please message me (my email address is in the blue "contact details" tab on any of my listings) so we can sort it out. Condition: Used, Condition: Please see description, Publication Name: QRM 1 February 1967., Subject: Sci Fi Fanzine, USA, Language: English, Publication Year: 1967

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