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Der Orchideengarten (German 1919-1921 Dreilanderverlag) The Orchids Garden comic books 1919

  • 1919, #1
    Der Orchideengarten (German 1919-1921 Dreilanderverlag) The Orchids Garden 1919, #1

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    Issue #1 - Jan. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #2
    Der Orchideengarten (German 1919-1921 Dreilanderverlag) The Orchids Garden 1919, #2

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    Issue #2 - Feb. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Voltaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #3

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    Issue #3 - Mar. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #4
    Der Orchideengarten (German 1919-1921 Dreilanderverlag) The Orchids Garden 1919, #4

    Issue #4 - Apr. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #5

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    Issue #5 - May 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #6

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    Issue #6 - June 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #7
    Der Orchideengarten (German 1919-1921 Dreilanderverlag) The Orchids Garden 1919, #7

    Issue #7 - first half of July 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #8
    Der Orchideengarten (German 1919-1921 Dreilanderverlag) The Orchids Garden 1919, #8

    Issue #8 - second half of July 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

    • Spine split 15%. Water damage: Moderate. Staple rust: Moderate.

    Issue #9 - first half of Aug. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Contents this issue include: "Das Tagebuch Des Dr. Hedderson" by Horst Wehner, illustrated by M. Schenke, "Der Saulenheilige" by S.V. Vegesack, "Vom Manne Krapp" by Emil Lucka, "Die Weisse Flote" by Erich Mosse, illustrated by Hans Schelle, "Grenze" by Heide Exner, "Das Treibhaus" by Karl Hans Strobl, "Phantastische Bucher" by uncredited. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #10
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    Issue #10 - second half of Aug. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #11
    Der Orchideengarten (German 1919-1921 Dreilanderverlag) The Orchids Garden 1919, #11


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    • Spine split 5%. Water damage: Moderate. Staple rust: Slight.

    Issue #11 - first half of Sept. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Contents for this issue include: "Der Tod Durch Die Annonce" by Fjodor Ssologub, illustrated by E. Plaichinger-Coltelli, "OM!" by Max Rohrer, full page illustration by Koro Otei, "Untergang" by Will Scheller, "Maskenball" by Hans Reiser, illustrated by Franz Huber, "Rumpelbumm" by Richard Euringer, "Das Treibhaus" illustrated by Jacques Callot. Cover by Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #12
    Der Orchideengarten (German 1919-1921 Dreilanderverlag) The Orchids Garden 1919, #12


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    • Spine split 25%. Water damage: Extensive. Staple rust: Extensive.

    Issue #12 - second half of Sept. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #13
    Der Orchideengarten (German 1919-1921 Dreilanderverlag) The Orchids Garden 1919, #13


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    • Spine split 10%. Water damage: Slight. Staple rust: Extensive.

    Issue #13 - first half of Oct. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Contents this issue include: "Der Dreizehnte" by Leopold Plaichinger, full page illustration by Karl Rebus, "Mondsuchtig" by Karl Hans Strobl, "Der Mantel Des Teufels" by J. Tichy, illustrated by Otto Linnekogel, "Der Selbstmorder" by Ferdinand Weishandl, "Met-Em-Het" by Hanns Wohlbold, illustrated by Wilhelm Heise, "Das Treibhaus". Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #14

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    Issue #14 - second half of Oct. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #15

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    Issue #15 - first half of Nov. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #16/17

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    Issue #16/17 - second half of Nov. and first half of Dec. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.

  • 1919, #18
    Der Orchideengarten (German 1919-1921 Dreilanderverlag) The Orchids Garden 1919, #18


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    Issue #18 - second half of Dec. 1919. NOTE: German language text. Der Orchideengarten or The Orchids Garden is considered the first magazine of the macabre and fantastic. Weird Tales, its nearest competitor, was first published in 1923, four years later. Subtitled Phantastische Blatter, loosely translated to Fantastic Pages. Edited by World War I correspondent Karl Hans Strobl and Alfons von Czibulka. Overall, the magazine published a selection of new and reprinted supernatural and horror stories from both domestic and foreign authors (Dickens, Pushkin, Maupassant, Poe, Valtaire, Wells, Hugo). The Orchids Garden is more well known as being one of the most beautiful fantasy magazines ever published. Artists included Heinrich Kley, Alred Kubin, Karl Ritter, Gustave Dore, Tony Johannot, Otto Linnekogel, Rolf von Hoerschelmann and many others. Contents this issue include: "Die Golden Garten" by Karl Hans Strobl, illustrated by Sascha Kronburg, "Tanz Aug Montmartre" by Walter Rheiner, full page illustration by Wilhelm Kaulbach, "Geburtscucher" by L.W. Rochowanski, illustrated by Wilhelm Heise, "Duke of Portland" by Villiers de L'Iele-Adam, illustrated by Alf von Czibulka, "Lied" by Alfons Kolzow, "Das Treibhaus" by H.W. Cover by Hilda Supan. Extremely scarce. 8 3/4-in. x 12-in., 24 pages on rough book paper, black and white.