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Started by VoteAudrey. Last reply by Carl Davis Jan 20, 2012.
1977 Soviet Union magazine...USSR Weekly Lenin Workers Union Socialism click picture for link
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1916 Farming Magazine back when the norm was a steam engine or horses to pull the plow. Great advertising and awesome pictures. Gotta love magazines from this era! click picture for link
Looking for Saturday Evening Post's with the Jack Alexander articles, or anything to do with AA history or Moral Re-armorment, etc.? this is a great network !
I'm a pop culture Magazine Specialist ,I love this site, and Always in the hunt.
Please forgive my intrusion on your group as i must confess that i am neither a collector or dealer. I do however have a very rare copy of the English LEADER magazine currently listed for auction with Bonhams London.
It is the April 13 1946, Vol 3 No.26 with Norma Jean Baker on the front cover. As it is so rare i believe it is very sort after and may be of interest to your group.
It can be viewed on Bonhams website through the following link:
Once again, please forgive my intrusion but i am keen to spread word of it.
Dear Mark, I appreciated the heads-up, but I do not collect fashion magazines, unless of course, they have a pattern I want, or if, of WWI or WWII vintage and they feature knitting bags or "Victory" clothing. Notice the hat on me in my picture. It is a red and blue with miniature red and blue knitting needles on top. I have some fashion/ladies magazines (Delineator, Godey's, Dressmaking at Home...) that I bought in a week moment and that I plan to sell. Regards, Karen PS. please do let me know if you offer anything more related to my wants in the future.
Hi Karen I have this item going off in a day or so.... http://www.ebay.com/itm/350541302298?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&... Best of luck
Hi, I am a new member of Ephemera Network. Always searching for older (WWII and older) needlework magazines. Also interested in WWI and WWII magazines with knitters on the covers.
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