Article/introduction with an illustration by Fine.
An untitled installment of the one-page strip circa 1937.
22 consecutive and untitled one-page installments of the Eisner/Iger Shop strip. "We believe the work printed here represents [Fine's] entire run on the strip" -- Greg Theakston. Sequentially numbered from page 1-22, I'm guessing that was done after first publication, where these likely appeared one page at a time.
Eight full-page color reproductions of Lou Fine covers including issues of Wonderworld Comics, Mystery Men Comics, Weird Comics, Fight Comics, National Comics, Hit Comics. All are recolored by Greg Theakston.
"This appears to be Fine in a shop setting. Lou inks the key figures only." -- Greg Theakston
"Looks like Fine inking, but it may be that the Quality Shop artists had perfected their imitation of his finish. A sincere form of flattery." -- Greg Theakston.