Upstairs I found a nice first-edition hardcover of Expanded Universe and a newer edition of Time Enough for Love with quite a decent cover illustration. But then downstairs—ah, downstairs!—I found two beautiful old Heinlein pulps: “Waldo” from August 1942 and “Goldfish Bowl” from March 1942, Both have lovely covers by Hubert Rogers, though only the one for “Waldo” (pictured here) depicts the Heinlein story, the other one depicting an A.E. Van Vogt.
I should comment that the Astounding each also have several interior line drawings of their Heinlein stories. I haven't yet taken the plunge on those, though, as that will entail a significant amount of very finicky work with these almost three-quarter-century-old magazines. But right now at least the books are their appropriate pages, and the magazine covers are on my “Pulp Magazines” page.