Scored a couple suitably mouldering issues of Weird Tales today at the local flea market. I didn't pay much ($3 a piece) and they're on the way out in terms of decay, but it's still awesome to own a couple original story appearances by Clark Ashton Smith ("The Venus of Azombeii" and "A Voyage to Sfanomoë") as well as Lovecraft's Plutonian nightmare, "The Whisperer in Darkness."
The covers are devoted to O. A. Klein's "Tam Son of the Tiger" serial which ran for six issues in 1931. I haven't read it but it looks rather ERB-esque -- not unlike a lot of OAK's work. These copies are literally moldy, a circumstance which may lead me to dissecting them and scanning the pages in order to digitally preserve them. Of course I'll post any interesting bits (including the Smith and Lovecraft stories) here for your enjoyment.