The company folded in Finally, with "Redrup," the dam burst, and practically anything was able to be sold in print without federal intervention. I'm not really sure how many of the tales surrounding the company are true, or whether some of the stories are just urban legend. The company dodged royalties altogether where they could, especially in the Greenleaf Classics label. They claimed to have grown tired of making graft payments to police and other local officials in Illinois. Too graphic, and a book might be banned in a major market. As a very general rule of thumb, the "tall format" labels are more collectible than the shorter books.
Zaria. Age: 31.
Hamling would eventually be a part of numerous obscenity trials, and would later pay Redrup's legal fee's.
Chaya. Age: 21.
The Practical Witch's Spell Book
They were constantly walking a tightrope, not just with the books' contents, but with their covers, as well. All of the books shown on this page were once a part of the collection of Victor Berch. Not graphic enough, and it wouldn't sell in this "niche genre" of people looking for sexy books. Too graphic, and a book might be banned in a major market.