Sports Illustrated November 3, 2003 Sports Illustrated - The Marlins, How a young and fearless team from Florida struck down the vaunted Yankees, World Series hero MBP Josh Beckett, Waiting for Michael Vick, Crazy Days with John Daly, and Michigan States Jeff Smoker, 102 pages
Life Magazine July 16, 1965 Life - A Thousand Days, First portrait of Kennedy by a member of his team by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr, Start of a series: A Famous historians intimate recollection, John F. Kennedy6 in 1959, A unpublished photograph
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The World's #1 Knife Publication. Blade Magazine, Volume XXII, No. 2., March 1995. Krause Publications., Inc. This 98-page back issue is filled with feature articles including: The Paul Bos Method for Heat Treating ATS-34; Reflections On Steel; Golden Scrimshaw; and Blades with a Touch of Glass. The cover and inside pages are crisp and clean. No loose pages. Excellent condition.
This Vintage April 1988 Playboy Magazine is complete and in good condition. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The Playmate Of The Month is Eloise Broady photographed by Stephen Wayda and Richard Fegley. This playboy magazine features Vanity (Nude inside) photographed by Stephen Wayda, an interview with Tom Clancy by Playboy, Vanity Is Hot! A Sultry 12-Page Pictorial, Fabulous Chinese Women, Star-Studded Spring Spectacular (Jay Leno, Harrison Ford, Michael Jordan, Larry King & Many More!) Music Poll Results.
This Vintage December 1966 Playboy Magazine is complete and in good condition. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The Playmate Of The Month is Sue Bernard photographed by Mario Casilli. This playboy magazine features Nancy Gould (Nude inside) photographed by J. Barry O'Rourke, an interview with Sammy Davis Jr by Playboy, Fact And Fiction By James Baldwin, The Girls Of Tahiti, Playboy On The Town In London Ipcress File Deighton.
This Vintage August 1966 Playboy Magazine is complete and in good condition. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The Playmate Of The Month is Susan Denberg photographed by Peter Gowland. This playboy magazine features Sissy (Not nude) photographed by Don Bronstein, an interview with H.L. Hunt by Playboy, Bunnies Of Dixie, The Death Of God By Rev. William Hamilton, The Manuscript of Doctor Arness by Gahan Wilson & Jane Fonda In The Buff.
This Vintage July 1966 Playboy Magazine is complete and in good condition and measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 . The Playmate Of The Month is Tish Howard photographed by Bill Figge and Ed Delong. This playboy magazine features Penny James, Patti Reynolds, Joann Russell, Barbara Shaw and Joey Thorpe (Nude inside) photo-graphed by Larry Gordon, an interview with Ralph Ginzburg by Playboy, Further Adventures, Already, Of Secret Agent Oy Oy 7, Pictorials On Ursula Andress And Sean Connery & Red China, The U.S. And The U.N.
This Vintage April 1966 Playboy Magazine is complete and in good condition. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The Playmate Of The Month is Karla Conway photographed by Paul Morton Smith Octopussy , An Explosive Interview With Neo-Nazi Rockwell, Spring And Summer Fashion Forecast Also, A Behind The Scenes Uncovering Of The layboy Covers And The Girls Who Adorable Adorn Them.
This Life magazine has some water damage on the top left corner, but thought I would still put it on my site because of the content. The picure is Lee Oswald who shot president Kennedy. Magazine is in excellent condition except the cover.
Main story within this magazine is General Douglas MacArthur 1880-1964 . One of the most famous generals of WWII. Some tearing on the left of the magazine and some worn spots on the right top, but otherwise in great shape. Stories are all there.
First US athlete since Jesse Owns to win four Olympic gold medals is what the cover says. They are talking about Don Schollander. Some wter spots and tiny tears on the right of the magazine, otherwise in excellent codition.
A Matter of Reasonable Doubt is the title of this Life Magazine. Inside Warren Report Governor Coinnally examines for Life the Kennedy assasination film frame by frame. Magazine is in excellent condition.
Many of us know Agela Lansbury from the serie Murder She Wrote , but Miss Lansbury did many theatre shows such as Mame . Cover folds out to show more of the cast. Magazine has a small tear at the bottom of the fold, but otherwise in excellent condition.
The Predident's Trip is the title of this Life magazine. President Lyndon Johnson visiting Viet Nam. It also have a interesting article about Marlyn Monroe's mother and how she is doing after the suicide. Magazine has a fold of the cover on the right bottom, and some tears on fold, but otherwise in excellent condition.
Wonderful cover of Jim Lovell with a story of Apollo 13. Another great story inside this magazine is on Hitler. Page 32 has a caption torn out and page 55 has a tear, otherwise magazine is in excellent condition.
Mia, The gifted Wide-eyed srite who is Mrs sinatra . That is on the front cover which is talking about Mia Farrow. Not that she is an actress and a daughter to a famous director, but that she is marred to Frank Sinatra. A few tiny tears on the right side of the magazine and a little fold on the lowere right corner. Otherwise in excellent condition. Great idea for a birthday gift. Give them a magazine from the date of birth.
Jane Fonda is on this cover of Life Magazine. She was acting in one of the first futuristic space traveler films called Barbarella . There was so much hype about this movie and Jane Fonda because of the nudity at the first of the show. Magazine is in great shape, with some staining and a tear on the left bottom where the address label is.
This Vintage March 1963 Playboy Magazine is in good condition with slight creases on covers. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The Playmate Of The Month is Adrienne Moreau photographed by Frank Eck. This playboy magazine features The Little World of Stan Freberg by Richard Warren Lewis, The Song of the Four-Colored Sell by Ken W. Purdy, On The Scene: Henry Mancini, Richard Hunt, and Bobby Fisher A Fledgling of L'Amour by Alexander King.
This Vintage April 1962 Playboy Magazine is in good condition with slight wear. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The Playmate Of The Month is Bobbie Lane photographed by Frank Eck. This playboy magazine features The Wonderful Clouds, Part One by Francoise Sagan, Cinema on a Shoestring by Arthur Knight, A Way to Make It by Henry Slesar by Paul Darcy Boles.
This Vintage August 1959 Playboy magazine is in fair to good condition with major wear, tear and creases. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 and is suitable for framing but the centerfold is loose. The Playmate Of The Month is Clayre Peters photographed by Frank Eck. This magazine features The Sender Of Letters, The Rancher's Daughter, Chicago & The Bosom In Hollywood.
This Vintage Playboy Magazine from July 1956 is complete and in very good condition. This magazine measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 and is suitable for framing. This magazine features Playboy's Playmate of the Month Alice Denham photographed by Mike Shea. The Covergirl is Unidentified Models (Not nude). This magazine also features Some Guys Get It by Harlan Draper, The Truckdriver by Alberto Moravia, The Newport Jazz Festival featuring Jimmy Rushing and Lester Young, Wild Bill Davidson and More & The Deal by Alice Denham.
Back Issue Newsweek Magazine December 22 1986 Spock
This is a back issue of Newsweek Magazine dating December 22, 1986. This issue features Leonard Nimoy, the original Mr. Spock. In near mint condition. There is a mailing label on the cover. Free shipping in the continental US.
This special edition offers a dictionary of pottery and porcelain 16-page bonus book. Great reference issue for the collector regarding Oriental and Continental pieces, Staffordshire, Colonial, Bennington, Mid-Victorian, Late American, and so much more. Beautiful color images and brief histories. Also in this issue, The Collector's Cook Book from the Woman's Day Kitchen #67; historic photos of the Peace Corps volunteers of the 1960s; and vintage advertisements. This 88-page issue is complete, no loose pages. The cover has corner bends and spine wear. Inside pages are crisp and clean. This Woman's Day August 1962 issue is in Very Good condition.
McCall's Magazine dated, December, 1949, Merry Christmas from McCall's Cover Girls in good condition. It is just filled with all the wonderful fashions, advertising, recipes and Arthur Godfrey on the back. It has a wonderful article written by Eleanor Roosevelt, Things to Remember and many more stories and articles on 130 great pages. Just look at the cover.
This is a back issue of Espuire Magazine from January 1965. Fun cover with many 1960's celebrities and the catch cover line reads 1964's Most Dubious Achievements . Good condition. Some light page discoloration, spine is chipping especially at the borrom which I have tried to photo.
Collier's Magazine in excellent condition. The date is August 4, 1951 and its cover depicts Detroit's 250th Anniversary. Articles include Another Korea in the Making? by David E. Lilienthal , Polio Is Losing Its Punch by John Lear and Stingiest Man . Mailing label on front loser right corner. There's a Chesterfield Cigarettes ad on the back with Rhonda Fleming in full color. Inside there are ads for Ipana (full page b Willys Station wagon ad (Jeep now) and an interesting article with numerous pictures about Napalm Canned Hell - wow, who knew?
National Rifle Association back issues for the entire year of 1993 - 12 in all! The NRA's magazine for outdoors men and women, American Hunter, offers expertise on how and where to hunt all types of North American game. This magazine series encourages readers to take advantage of the rich opportunities most Americans take for granted and to pass along the tradition to the next generation. Reviews of hunting equipment and services, as well as coverage of legislative and political developments of interest to hunters, are some of the highlights in each issue. January, February, March, April, and July through December issues are in Excellent condition. The May issue is in Fine condition with minor wear at the mailing label on lower left portion of front cover. The June issue is in Fine condition with about a 2-inch area of wear just below the American Hunter title on front cover. Each cover has the original owner's mailing label, except the May issue where the mailing label is not readable. All 12 issues are crisp and clean, no loose pages. Shipping options are available including Flat Rate shipping and Parcel Post.
The cover of this vintage issue features Adolf Hitler, The Enemy, marking the third anniversary of the war. Inside articles include Fighting Fronts: Pacific Our Brightest Spot as War Enters Another Year; Battle of Solomons; and Nazi tactics Schwerpunkt and Afrollen. Vintage advertisements include Texaco, Caterpillar Tractor, Carrier Air Conditioning, and Mount Vernon Whiskey, as well as Hollywood updates for the Howard Hughes movie release, The Outlaw with Jane Russell. Newsweek, Vol. XX No. 10, September 7, 1942. The cover still has the original owner's mailing label. This cover has some discoloration and wear. The corners have some creasing and wear. The inside pages have some browning but the pages are crisp and clean and are not brittle. No tape or ink markings. No loose pages. This 84-page vintage issue is in Good Plus condition.
Saturday Evening Post from May-June 1973. Cover picture of Mark Spitz by Robert Charles Howe. Also NASA space shuttle, Leyendecker Art Revival, All-American Cities, Admiral Rickover, Golf for women, Alvin Toffler - future shock, Restored Village Vacations. The front and back cover and separate from the magazine, which is fully intact.
Cover by Normal Rockwell. Featuring Damned Socialists and Bleeding Hearts , Your Cheating Congressmen, Joe Namath on Pain, The Good Mayor Daley, the Bad Mayor Daley. Special Football Issue with Frank Gifford on Quarterbacking.
This Vintage February 2001 Playboy magazine is in very fine condition. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The Playmate Of The Month is Lauren Michelle Hill photographed by Stephen Wayda & Anna Nicole Smith (nude inside) photographed by Stephen Wayda. This magazine features an interview with Vince McMahon by Kevin Cook, 19 Ways To Take Off Her Panties & All The Little Lies Behind Survivor.
This Vintage May 1968 Playboy magazine is in very good condition with slight wear. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/2 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The Playmate Of The Month is Elizabeth Jordan & Angela Dorian (nude inside) photographed by Jerry Yulsman. This Playboy Magazine features an Interview with Masters and Johnson, Playmate Of The Year, Len Deighton Debuts As Playboy's Travel Editor With A Unique Guide To The Continent & A Wild Julie Newmar Pictorial.
This Vintage September 1966 Playboy magazine is in very good condition. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/2 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The Playmate Of The Month is Dianne Chandler (covergirl) photographed by Pompeo Posar. This playboy magazine features an Interview with Timothy Leary, College Fashion & Football Previewed, Toples Craze Reviewed & Authors Galore! Kanin, Hentoff, Petrakis, Durrell, Gold & Many More.
This Vintage March 1965 Playboy magazine is in good condition. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/2 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The Playmate Of The Month is Jennifer Jackson (First African-American Playmate) photographed by Pompeo Posar & Vargas Girl (not nude). This playboy magazine features an Interview with Steve Allen, Walter Kerr, Paul Goodman and more, Fiction by Vladimir Nabokov and Calder Willingham, A Playboy Panel On The New Leisure, A Cartoon Trip Down Mexico Way With Shel Silverstein & An Appealing Visit With Carol Lynley.
This Vintage November 1964 Playboy magazine is in very good condition with slight wear. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/2 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The Playmate Of The Month is Kai Brendlinger photographed by Pompeo Posar &Maria Hoff (nude inside) photographed by Peter Basch. This Playboy features an Interview with Governor George Wallace, The Finest Investment by J. Paul Getty & The Girls of Germany, The Playboy Panel: America's Cultural Explosion & A Short History of Shaves and Haircuts by William Iversen.
This Vintage October 1964 Playboy magazine is in very good condition with slight wear. This playboy magazine measures approx. 8 1/4 x 11 and is suitable for framing. The Playmate Of The Month is Rosemarie Hillcrest photographed by Pompeo Posar & Desmond Russell & Judy Newton (nude inside) photographed by Stan Malinowski. This Playboy Magazine features an Interview with Cassius Clay, Rainbows in a Bucket by Vance Bourjaily, The Pious Pornographers Revisited by William Iversen, Music of the Absurd by James Bush & Marco Polo's Spices (Marco Polo, Film).