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Chip Chats Magazine, May/June 1988, Multiple Contributors
201 Multiple Contributors Chip Chats Magazine, May/June 1988
USA National Wood Carver's Association 1988 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
88 pages. Features: Desiree Hajny - carver extraordinaire; Carving the historic Western Face; Direct Carving Green or Seasoned Timber; Work Moving on Empire State Carousel; Let's Carve - a little girl; Noah Weiss - Pennsylvania Folk Whittler; Information on detail master burning pens (cont'd from last issue); Arizona's first lady of wood carving - Mae Johnson; Prosit! - carve a wooden frog tankard; Many show photos and reports; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 59.95 USD
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Climax Magazine - Exciting Stories for Men: November, 1959, Volume 5, Number 2, Multiple Contributors
202 Multiple Contributors Climax Magazine - Exciting Stories for Men: November, 1959, Volume 5, Number 2
USA Macfadden 1959 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Features: Dean Martin has the Last Laugh (without Jerry Lewis); The Beast of Belsen and the Dragon Tattoo; The Shrinking Violet - a story for lads with taller sweeties; Sucker in Paradise; Those Brooklyn Indians - 5,000 Mohawks in New York's most famous borough - Iron Workers, Big Chiefs of High Steel Construction; "My Favourite Girl" Photo Contest; The Man Who Married Annie Oakley - Frank Butler; The Great Football Swindle; Chinatown's Bloody Emperor - Fung Jing Toy evaded 200 attempts on his life; The Real-Life Drama of Willie the Actor - Willie Sutton; Yankee Lynch Mob - an angry crowd goes berserk at Port Jervis, New York; A Sight for Tired Eyes - Gale Fagan; Killer Trail of the Glanton Gang. Many nostalgic ads. Above-average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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Collectible Automobile Magazine, February 1997, Multiple Contributors
203 Multiple Contributors Collectible Automobile Magazine, February 1997
USA P.I. 1997 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Flight of the Gullwing - the 1954-57 Mercedes-Benz 300SL; 1960-69 Chevrolet Corvair Monza - the cart before the horse; Sleeping Giants - the 1953-54 Chryslers; The Supercharged 1957 Fords; 1955 Studebaker President Speedster Hardtop Coupe; 1973 Datson 240Z Coupe; Roy Chapin, Jr. - an "Automobile Man"; 1957 Mercury M-100 Pickup - Canadian Modern; the last of the Buick Roadmasters; and more. Moderate wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 59.95 USD
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Collectible Automobile Magazine, June 1996, Multiple Contributors
204 Multiple Contributors Collectible Automobile Magazine, June 1996
USA P.I. 1996 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Cadillac Shapes Up - The Story of the 1961-64 Models; 1961-80 International Scout - Anything less was just a car; Bold Dollars - The Studebaker Champion of 1939-40; 1942 Chevrolet Special DeLuxe Fleetline Aerosedan; 1936 Dodge D-2 Convertible Sedan; Ionia Body's William Mitchell; 1952 Ford F-1 Pickup - Last of the "Bonus Builts"; and more. Moderate wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 59.95 USD
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Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: 15 August, 1936, Multiple Contributors
205 Multiple Contributors Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: 15 August, 1936
USA Crowell 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Listen, Mr. Landon (Governor Landon of Kansas) - Pilgrims to Topeka (Walter Davenport); Little Giant - Short-wave mix-up (Frank Condon); Bread into Roses, Part III - Second romance (Kathleen Norris); Coming and Going - Drama in the jury room (David Hoadley Munroe); Racers in Harness - the running of the Hambletonian (Quentin Reynolds); Perfect Hostess - Explorer afoot in a department store (Edward Shenton); Trouble Shooter, Part IX - Nan gets ready to go (Ernext Haycox); Singing for a Living - personal appearances that babbled Hollywood - Mr. Nelson Eddy (Kyle Crichton); A Change of Face - Beauty's crowning appanage, or what to do about your hair (Ruth Seinfel); Double Play - John Paine; Track and Field Marshal - Bill Bingham of Harvard (Bill Cunningham); Dames are Funny - love rides the China Sea (Jacland Marmur); Keep up with the world - what do you think of this?(Freling Foster); Pirate Patrol - Submarines on the last pirate main, from Hong Kong to Amoy (Jim Marshall). Nice colour ad for RCA Victor Radios inside front cover. Colour Camel cigarette ad. Fantastic colour Lucky Strike cigarette ad on back cover. Average wear. Address label on front cover else unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: 18 July, 1936, Multiple Contributors
206 Multiple Contributors Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: 18 July, 1936
USA Crowell 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: The last stretch - in which a man squares himself with a horse (Max Brand); The Natural Thing - the happy consequences of bringing strangers home for dinner (Petere Paul O'Mara); Manila (Philippines) Merry-go-round - Mr. and Mrs. Ramirez at home (Jim Marshall); Little Red Rooster - a girl to crow about (Blake Cabot); Hand in Glove - Tony Canzoneri - a good little man (Quentin Reynolds); Meals a la Cart - Streamlined Eating (Ruth Carson); The Prodigal Nurse, Part IX - Mrs. Daklin takes a hand (Teresa Hyde Phillips); Fog on the Bay - Modern piracy in New York Harbour (Paul Deresco Augsburg); Comedy - Six days a week - Edward Everett Horton, funny fellow (Kyle Chrichton); Three in a Row, by James Aswell; Trouble Shooter, Part V - a wedding is scheduled (Ernest Haycox); Cancellation comes home - why pay your debts? (George Creel); Keep up with the world - Things you never expected (Freling Foster). Colour ad for Camel cigarettes reads "For Digestion's Sake... Smoke Camels!" Great colour GM centerfold. Average wear. Address label on front cover else unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: May 30, 1936, Multiple Contributors
207 Multiple Contributors Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: May 30, 1936
USA Crowell 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Freedom's Sting - Brown Brothers' burden - Philippine Independence (Jim Marshall); The Golden Spoon - Gold mining for live in Alaska (Corey Ford); A Little Code - Life and letters of an outfielder (Kyle Chrichton); Cross Purposes - Love will find a way (Elisabeth Sanxay Holding); All the Answers, by James Aswell; The Loudest Radical - Zioncheck makes himself audible (George Creel); The Prodical Nurse, Part II - In search of excitement (Teresa Hyde Phillips); Under Pressure, Part VIII - Blackadder's Design (George Agnew Chamberlain); Late Winner - Wilmer Allison, white hope for the Davis Cup (John R. Tunis); Texas Roundup - High, wide and handsome centennial (Owen P. White); The Human Touch - No reason why heroes shouldn't look after their own interests (James B. Connolly); The Cook Gets the Last Word - Kitchen rangers (Betty Thornley Suart); Keep up with the world - Fosterized facts (Freling Foster). Super colour centerfold featuring the Terraplane. Lovely colour Chevrolet ad inside back cover. Average wear. Address label on front cover else unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Diver Magazine: 9 Issues from 1988, Multiple Contributors
208 Multiple Contributors Diver Magazine: 9 Issues from 1988
Canada Seagraphic 1988 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Includes the following issues: February, March, April, May, June, August, September, November, December. Features include: Wreck of the Empress of Ireland; Bonaire, Thailand's Exotic Waters; West Coast - a Garde of Eden; Kelp Beds of Lobster Bay; Are we destroying the reefs?; British Columbia - diving in a fisherman's paradise; Superb diving at Les Escoumins; Barkley Sound; Egypt; Fortress Louisbourg Shipwrecks; Tobago; Inflatables; Bahamas; Killarney, Ontario; St. Lawrence Seaway; Filming 'The Last Frontier'; Bruce Peninsula; Canada's Arctic; A Prehistoric Fishing Technique in British Columbia; Palau; Pacific Electric Ray; Monterey; Queen of Wrecks in Kingston, Ontario; The Caymans; Canada's Little Urchin; The sandstone cargo of the Zephyr; Treasure of the 'Governor'; Maui's Trio; Kona - star of the big island. Moderate wear. Clean. Quality copies. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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Embroidery Canada Magazine, Summer1992, Multiple Contributors
209 Multiple Contributors Embroidery Canada Magazine, Summer1992
Canada Embroiderer's Association of Canada, Inc. 1992 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
16 pages. Features: My Last Will and Testament; Using Waste Canvas; Group Correspondence Courses; Needlwork Samplers - Part II; Mini-Lesson - Slovak Folk Embroidery on Aido Cloth; Under Prairie Skies - Seminar '92; 3rd Annual Mini Competition; Christmas Trees - Opus I & III; and more. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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Equinox - The Magazine of Canadian Discovery: November/December 1989, Multiple Contributors
210 Multiple Contributors Equinox - The Magazine of Canadian Discovery: November/December 1989
Canada Equinox 1989 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Arctic Oases - Exploring the secrets of the Mysterious ice holes called polnyas; The Flying Circus - Even at 200 miles per hour, says Canadian Indy driver Ludwig Heimrath Jr., life is rarely a glamorous affair; Manitoba Burning - When much lightning followed little rain, 'the whole north blew up on us'; A Bangkok (Thailand) Posting - a week in the life of one of Canada's 'most challenging' embassies; Voyater's Last Planet - An electronic pilgrim relays Neptune's secrets across 2.7 billion miles of space. Average wear. Sound copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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Equinox - The Magazine of Canadian Discovery: October 1994, Multiple Contributors
211 Multiple Contributors Equinox - The Magazine of Canadian Discovery: October 1994
Canada Equinox 1994 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Earthly Treasure - Join a harrowing and humbling raft trip through B.C.'s Kitlope rainforest - cradle of native culture and a global ecological gem; Designer of Do's and Don'ts - pictogram pioneer Paul Arthur gives orders to the planet - without using a single word; Last Call? - are we silencing the loon's classic cry?; The Reel Thing - could the modern evils of TV and rock 'n' roll kill the vintage art of Celtic fiddling? - not in Cape Breton; Doctored by DNA - scientists are on the edge of engineering cures fro the deadliest diseases of our time. Average wear. Sound copy. 
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Equinox - The Magazine of Canadian Discovery: September/October 1985, Multiple Contributors
212 Multiple Contributors Equinox - The Magazine of Canadian Discovery: September/October 1985
Canada Equinox 1985 First Edition Paperback Fair Former Library Copy 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Bluefin in the Balance - Masters in their own domain, the giant tuna have proved no match for modern man; The Arctic Fox - Following in the footsteps of Dr. John Rae, the last of the great northern pathfinders; The Fish Gang - Heaven-Storming the Manhattan skyline with the ironworkers of Newfoundland; Sanitized Sourdough - with its soul at stake, Dawson City goes panning for tourists; The Anatomy of Addiction - New Evidence indicates drug and alcohol abusers inherit the monkey on their backs. Above-average wear. Library pocket upon first leaf else unmarked. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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Equinox - The Magazine of Canadian Discovery: Spring 1994, Multiple Contributors
213 Multiple Contributors Equinox - The Magazine of Canadian Discovery: Spring 1994
Canada Equinox 1994 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Mongolia's Mysterious Reindeer People - the last remaining Tsaatan nomads carry on a centuries-old caribou culture; Spineless Wonders - Jellyfish may hold the key to life's deep mysteries; Heavenly Harmonies - Blending spruce, sweat, and sawdust, Linda Manzer builds guitars that dazzle music's top stars; Bones of Contention - Did crewman on the most famous arctic disaster choose the 'last resource' of cannibalism?; Moderate wear. Quality copy. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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Everywoman's World - "Canada's Greatest Magazine" - Volume XII, Number 4, April 1920, Multiple Contributors
214 Multiple Contributors Everywoman's World - "Canada's Greatest Magazine" - Volume XII, Number 4, April 1920
Toronto Continental Publishing 1920 First Edition Paperback Fair Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall McCarthy, T.V.: Cover Illustration 
Contents: Gorgeous colour illustrated ad for Luxite Hosiery inside front cover. Heintzman & Co. Grand Piano ad; Article on the techniques of Breast Feeding; Waltham Watch Ad; Ad for Cutex manicure products; Full-page text-filled ad for Jergen's skin products; The Wooing of Franchette, by Victor Rousseau; The Love Train From Loughborough, by Tom Gallon; When Dreams Come True, by Ernest A. Phillips; Hearts are Trumps, by Leslie Gordon Barnard; Through Canada with Edward, Prince of Wales - article with photos; How to Grow 18 vegetables to combat the high cost of living; Photos of Scenes from the Life of Christ, as sculpted by Mastreianni; Famous Paintings by the Great Masters - as posed by Pearl White, the noted "Movie" star; The Home Cooking Class - Lesson IV - Flour Mixtures and the Rules that Govern Them; What Shall We Have For Breakfast?; The Open-Faced Pie; Eggs are now more Plentiful; Doing Justice to the Left-Over Roast; The Family Laundry Up-to-Date; The Experiment Kitchen - new brooms; Ad for Ivory, 'the safe soap'; The Fashionable Silhouette and other helpful fashion hints; 8 New designs for the spring or summer suit; The First Frock of the Season; *Gorgeous* colour full-page ad for Lawrason's Snowflake Ammonia shows mother and daughter washing dishes and handing laundry; Backside of this ad is a lovely colour ad for Penmans sweater coats which shows a young couple picking posies; Dress designs for the Sports Season; Dresses for Morning and Afternoon; Street Dresses; New styles for youthful attire; The Home Dressmaking Class; Uncle Peter's Stories - The Whispering Lion; Gossard Corset ad with many photos; Sheet music for The Robin - a spring song, by John Holliday; Ganong Chocolate ad; Fresh air for the housewife - house design considerations; Pepsodent ad - prevents "Those Cloudy Teeth"; McLaughlin Light Six auto ad; Full-page ad for the 1920 Chevrolet Touring Car - featuring endorsement and photo of Mary Pickford; The Perils of Winter Diving - with photos; Flirting with death - photos of very dangerous professions; Nice colour full-page ad of a steaming breakfast sponsored by Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon; Backside of this ad is an equally attractive colour ad for Pompeian Day Cream which features a lovely staring into her mirror; Photos of little touches to add to youthful beauty; "Speldewerksters" or Belgian Lace-Makers; Two house plans; Interesting 11-in-1 aluminum pot set illustrated ad; Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co. Limited ad for their "F" Power and Light Plant; Illustrated Bias Corsets ad; Northern Electric Power and Light plant ad; Interesting print ad offers 160 free acres to returning servicemen in Northern Ontario ($0.50/acre for others 18 years or older); Skinner's Silks and Satins illustrated ad; Ad by B&B Formaldehyde Fumigators urges homeowners to fumigate every room in April to make their home safe; Cute photo ad for Cowan's Cocoa; Household tips on last page. Nice colour ad by Belding Paul Corticelli Limited inside back cover shows a large spool of thread; Lovely colour illustrated ad for Grape Nuts on back cover says this product will make baby faces "Grow Plump and Ruddy". Covers loose but present. Above-average wear and soiling. Binding intact. Frequent soiling and moisture stains. A rare issue of this publication which ran from 1914 through 1922. 
Price: 249.95 USD
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Excellence - The Magazine About Porsche, November (Nov.) 2010 - GT3 R Hybrid Driven, Multiple Contributors
215 Multiple Contributors Excellence - The Magazine About Porsche, November (Nov.) 2010 - GT3 R Hybrid Driven
USA Ross Periodicals, Inc. 2010 B008NAW0RA First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
160 pages. Features: Special road test with Porsche's Patrick Long; Can Porsche fight off the pack in ALMS GT competiton?; The last Glockler - driving the final Porsche special from Frankfurt; Pikes Peak 2010; The first 914-6 - the earliest production model, 40 years later; GT3 R Hybrid driven - behind the wheel of the cleverest 911 yet; 911 shape shifter; Keil-Porsche - the groundbreaking sports racer you've never heard of; Spec Boxster - testing a pro-built racer and a stocker, back-to-back; Cayenne S Hybrid - Porsche's first production gas-electric tested; Targa California Rally; Porsche electrical systems, part two; and more. Clean, bright and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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Explorer's Journal, June 1981, Multiple Contributors
216 Multiple Contributors Explorer's Journal, June 1981
USA The Explorer's Club 1981 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Ice Age Art - a modern assessment; Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum - Chanute memorializes famous exploring couple; Across the South Pole - the Transglobe Expedition; Strange Rock Wallabies of Oahu - fugitives from zoo were progenitors; Rio Iglesia 1980 Expedition - Li Nita - the last resort; San Quintin - a place apart - Mayan jungle refuge threatened by progress ; My Son, the Taxonomist - taxonomy explained, by Kiat W. Tan; On the Trail of the Mokele-Mbemebe - a zoological mystery. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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Explorer's Journal, March/April/May 1983, Multiple Contributors
217 Multiple Contributors Explorer's Journal, March/April/May 1983
New York The Explorer's Club 1983 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Licancabur Expedition; Exploring with Richard Leakey; The Last Manyata; Measuring Mount Everest; Taming a Wild Cave in Barbados - Harrison's Cave. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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Flamingo Magazine - Africa's Lively Family Magazine, Volume 10, No. 9, Multiple Contributors
218 Multiple Contributors Flamingo Magazine - Africa's Lively Family Magazine, Volume 10, No. 9
Lagos, Nigeria Flamingo Magazine, West African Bureau 1975 Pan-African and Ghana Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
47 pages. Undated. Circa 1970s. Features: Large colour centerfold of Evadne Reid of Freetown, Sierra Leone; The Most Hated Men in Ghana/West Africa! - Taxi Driver Vice Gangs are Villains on Four Wheels - article and photos; The Offended Taxi Men Answer Back; Great full-page colour photo ad for Club - Ghana's true lager beer; Full-page colour ad for Blue Omo laundry soap featuring two shiny young girls in polka-dot dresses; Ojukwu's Friend Strikes it Rich!!! - article and photos describe how Frederick Forsyth made money from his time with his friend Ojukwu at the time of the Biafran rebellion; Saida - the melody girl of Zanzibar - article and photos; Monrovia, Liberia plunged into grief as Uncle Shad makes last sad journey - paying last respects to President William Vacanarat Shadrach Tubman - article and photos; The Healing Home - fiction by Sulu S. Ogwu; Full-page colour ad for Guinness beer; Flamingo typists and secretaries raise money for wheelchair for Gab Odenore - photo and story; Full-page colour ad for Tree Top fruit drinks; Colour ad for Star beer on back cover. Average wear. Complete and unmarked. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Flora Magazine - For Flower Arrangers and Gardeners: January-February 1980, Multiple Contributors
219 Multiple Contributors Flora Magazine - For Flower Arrangers and Gardeners: January-February 1980
London Stanley Gibbons 1980 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: In Your Garden; planting a bowl; silk flowers; floral valentine; show scene; propagators and their use; new flowers for 1980; pot et fleur; seasonal chart of indoor flowering plants; the twenties and art deco; winter colour using bulbs with shrubs; free form design; aalsmeer flower auctions; bulb flowers with candles; flower holidays for 1980; making cut flowers last; flowermaking; more flower arrangements from Australia; cutting costs with foliage; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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Flora Magazine - For Flower Arrangers and Gardeners: March-April 1979, Multiple Contributors
220 Multiple Contributors Flora Magazine - For Flower Arrangers and Gardeners: March-April 1979
London Stanley Gibbons 1979 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Florapuzzle; Eggs-quisite eggs; Happy Easter; Bird Making; In Your Garden; Craft Potter; Leaving No Stone Unturned; Collecting Books on Flower Arranging; Embroidery with Plant Material; How to make bulb flowers last longer; flowering shrubs; first steps to Ikebana; Flowers through the ages; Phormiums; the abc of flowers; far-away flower holidays; R.H.S. shows in London; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. 
Price: 59.95 USD
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