British Boys story paper and comic 'The Triumph' #478 December 16,1933

$12.00 CAD

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The Boys Best Story Paper

On cover, nice image of pirates raiding ship and: 

The Invisible Ranger. The most Amazing Outlaw story Ever written!
Trapping the Cable-Ship Raiders. A novel incident from the fine sea story that appears complete within.



The Cable-Ship Raiders
The Robot Ju-Ju
Hey-Presto Harris
The Invisible Avenger
Tiger-Tamer Tarka
Gaunt- Flying Spy
Mad Carew - The Flying Major


Each story has an illustration.

Many ads: Chad Valley phone, Meccano,  Nestle's chocolate, Hornby Trains, books...

24 pages.

Condition is fair: cover and back has smudging/staining. Interior pages better. Small tears on front/back pages. Pages detached from binding. Pencil name top of front page. Binding on these comics are loose, paper quality is not the best. Browning of paper.


The Triumph was a British Story Paper for boys. It was published weekly by The Amalgamated Press based at Fleetway House in Farringdon Street, London.

Following on from the demise of The Rocket, it ran from October 1924 to May 1940 for a total of 814 issues.

During its long run it incorporated The Boy's Friend in January 1928, then The Gem in January 1940 for a short spell before itself being merged with The Champion.

Billed in some of its issues as 'Every Yarn's A Thriller', it featured a broad spectrum of thrilling adventure stories.