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‎Movie Stars Parade Muriel BAbcock executive editor Pat Murphy editor‎

‎MOVIE STARS PARADE MAY 1942 VOL. II NO. 6‎

‎Dunellen: Ideal Publishing Corp. Good. 1942. First Edition. Softcover. First edition. Magazine. Oversize pictorial wrappers about 8.5" x 11" 66 pages last numbered page is 54 profusely illustrated including 22 "autographed" portraits with an "all-star western section". Spine ends torn/chipped else about VG copy with spine and rear cover creasing. . Ideal Publishing Corp. paperback‎

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‎movie stars.‎

‎Pictures of Movie Stars with Stories by Mae Tin�e.‎

‎Racine WI:: Whitman Publishing Co. 1938. Paperback. Very Good. Unpapinated. 4to. Stapled booklet. Wear to edges light wear to covers. Small chips to spine ends. Notes by previous owner about each movie star's date and manner of death. Whitman Publishing Co., paperback‎

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‎MOVIE STARS / CIGARETTE ADVERTISING‎

‎The Philadelphia Inquirer Rotogravure Section. 1937 - 09 -12.‎

‎Philadelphia.: Philadelphia Inquirer. 09-12- 1937. Single section of the Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper illustrated throughout in color and black and white 12pp 21 1/2 x 16 1/2 inches. Folded across the centre as issued fine condition. An impressive full page color advertisement for Lucky Strike cigarettes on the back cover featuring starlet Madeleine Carroll and her new movie David O. Selznick's "The Prisoner of Zenda." The cover has color photo illustrations of Barbara Stanwyck Dolores Del Rio and Olivia de Havilland. . Philadelphia Inquirer. unknown‎

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‎Movie Tv Photo Stars Magazine‎

‎1971: November Movie Tv Photo Stars Magazine Ryan O'neal Cover ann-margret Cover Doris Day Burt Reynolds Cowboy Stars Roy Rogers Dale Evans gene Autry hoot Gibson‎

‎Very Good. Magazine. unknown‎

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‎Moxon, Joseph‎

‎A Tutor to Astronomy and Geography Or an Easie and Speedy Way to Know the Use of Both the Globes, Celestial and Terrestrial in Six Books.‎

‎Hardback 157mm x 234mm tall approx. Pp [10], 271 + 1p adverts, with frontispiece and text figures. Published as a facsimile of the 1674 Edition. Fine, in the original turquoise boards/gilt spine title. As well as treating with navigation, astronomy and geography, there is much on gnomonics. - First Edition Thus Burt Franklin‎

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‎Moxon, Joseph‎

‎A Tutor to Astronomy and Geography Or an Easie and Speedy Way to Know the Use of Both the Globes, Celestial and Terrestrial in Six Books.‎

‎Hardback 157mm x 234mm tall approx. Pp [10], 271 + 1p adverts, with frontispiece and text figures. Published as a facsimile of the 1674 Edition. Minor bruise to rear board lower free corner, otherwise fine, in the original turquoise boards/gilt spine title. As well as treating with navigation, astronomy and geography, there is much on gnomonics. - First Edition Thus Burt Franklin‎

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‎MOXON, Joseph‎

‎The use of the astronomical playing cards, teaching any ordinary capacity by them to be acquainted with all the stars in heaven . . . as also the poetical reasons for every constellation‎

‎FIRST EDITION Contemporary calf, spine with gilt decorations and label. From the library of Harrison D. Horblit with his book label and the Fox Pointe Collection of Dr. & Mrs. H.R. Knohl with their bookplate. First edition. This is basically the instruction booklet for learning how to find all the major stars and constellations by using a set of cards which he invented. The cards are divided into four suits (Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter) and are utilized in accordance with the position of the sun. The cards themselves are virtually non-existent with the Schreiber Collection in the British Museum having only one incomplete and defective set. At the end of the book Moxon has added a catalogue of globees, maps, instruments and books made and sold by him at Ludgate Hill.‎

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‎Muller, Wolfgang D.‎

‎MAN AMONG THE STARS.‎

‎307p. + Photographs. Stamped ownership of Karl Wm. Hallden. 8vo. Original full cloth binding. Original dust jacket, worn and torn. Hardbound. First American edition. SPACE/4‎

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‎Frontier Times Magazine, September 1975‎

‎Features: Long Journey of a Mormon Girl - Ann Willden Johnson; Lost Singer Sewing Machine Treasure - one of the true treasure tales of Padre Island; Tiger of the Wild Bunch - Knoxville Jail Break by Harvey Logan; Ponca City's Arcade - Homeof Instant Millionaires; Games and Schemes of Deception; Princess Angeline of Seattle - pawn of two worlds; The got back with the gold - in spite of six-toed Pete; Silver Stars - the Baseball Champions of Nevada. Above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy copy. Magazine‎

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‎Frontier Times Magazine: July, 1971‎

‎Features: Last rig to Battle Mountain - the last family to take the Humboldt Trail by covered wagon, led by Sherman Wilhelm, makes one of Nevada's richest gold strikes; Motion Picture Vignettes - Neal Hart; Clues to Frontier Treasure; Over-kill in Apache land - Camp Grant Massacre; Last rails across North America - Building the Grand Trunk; A hundred miles of lonely river - the Missouri River; Toughest school in the county - Oklahoma; Stars over Chloride, New Mexico; "My God, My Hero, My Ideal" - Joaquin Miller; and more. Clean and unmarked with very light wear. Excellent copy. Magazine‎

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‎All Top Hits - Recorded By Today's Top Stars: Words, Music, Guitar Chords‎

‎111 pages. An awesome collection of blues songs including: All Your Love, Back Door Man, Blues Get Off My Shoulder, Boom Boom, Bring it on Home, Call Me, Can't Hold On Much Longer, Carol, Checkin' Up on my Baby, Close to You, Don't Start Me Talkin', Every Day I Have the Blues, Evil is Going On, Fattening Frogs for Snakes, Goin' Down Slow, Good Morning Little School Girl, Here Tis', I Can't Quit You Baby, I Love the Life I Live, I'd Rather Go Blind, It do me so Good, Killing Floor, Little Queenie, Mellow Down Easy, Mother Earth, Reconsider Baby, The Seventh Son, Sitting on Top of the World, Smokestack Lightnin', So Many Roads, Spoonful, Steppin' Out, The Sun is Shining, Susie-Q, Tell Me, That's All Right, Walking by Myself, Wang Dang Doodle, Who Do You Love, Who's Been Talking, You Shook Me. Binding intact. Above-average wear. Unmarked. Three-inch opening to front cover at base of spine. A worthy copy of this superlative compilation.‎

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‎Cinemart - The Most Authoritative Chinese Movie Magazine, January [Jan.] 1981, No. 133‎

‎98 pages. Wonderful colour and black and white photography. Features: Nice one-page colour photos of Niu Niu, Lin Ching Shia, Sylvia Chang, Ou-Yang Ling Lung, Lin Fong Chiao, Shao Yin Yin, Pan Yin Tze, Kao Chiang, and Eva Lin; Excellent foldout colour photo of topless and sweaty Bruce Lee; Gigi falls in love again; Top Ten Voted Stars of 1980; and much more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy.‎

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‎Diver Magazine: 9 Issues from 1992‎

‎Includes the following issues from 1992: February, March, April, May, June, August, September, November, December. Features include: Holiday Diving on Fiji's Matagi Island; Skookumchuck Narrows; Heron Island, Australia; Slides from Prints; Bahamas - 500 years since Columbus; Bella Bella - in Remote B.C.; Red Sea; Fate of the Falconer; The sprightly Seasprint; Floriday Keys; Bonaire; RCMP's Regina; Whidbey Island; Sea Stars; Diving the Capilano; Shoot Like a Pro; The Straits of Mackinac; MCD Strobes; Raratonga; Sherkston Quarry; Georgian Bay Wreck Dive; Luxury Diving abour Truk Agressor; Sipadan Island; Lost Cities of Micronesia; Artificial Reefs of Porteau Cove, B.C.; The Manatee; Fraser River Wreck Dive; Guanaja; Cabo San Lucas; Lake Dive; Underwater Video; The Green Sea Urchin; Scotia Cape; Cayman Connection; 'City of Vienna' in Halifax; Alaska - an exotic dive; The Cunner; Queen Charlotte Islands; Gulf Islands - B.C.'s Playground; Calabogie; Cozumel; Behind the Dolphin Smile; Ucluelet, Vancouver Island; Nova Scotia Wreck Challenge; Canada's Ice Diving; Belize Resort; Alberta's Project Habakuk; Dodd Narrows - current-swept passage in B.C.; Bristleworm. Moderate wear. Clean. Quality copies.‎

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‎Equinox - The Magazine of Canadian Discovery: Spring 1994‎

‎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.‎

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‎Hong Kong Movie News, May 1976‎

‎80 pages. Wonderful colour and black and white photography. Features: Beautiful one-page colour photo of Fanny; Colour ad for The Condemned inside front cover; Yueh Hua and Tanny visit the Hong Kong Oceanarium - colour photos; Lovely one-page colour photo of Shih Szu; Colour photo ad for Learned Bride Thrice Fools Bride-Groom; Challenge of the Masters - colour foldout photos; Colour photos of Chen Ni and Fu Sheng; Shaolin Avengers - two pages of colour photos; Beautiful colour photos of Yen Nan-Hsi, Shih Ping-Ping, Chen Szu-Chia, and Ching Li; Nice black and white photos of Ti Lung, Betty Ting Pei, Hsi Hua Chiang, Lily Li, Li Hsiu Hsien, Hu Chih, Fanny, and Fu Sheng; Shaw stars visit Ocean park - article and photos; Black Magic - part II; Mother's Day; They Came From Within (It's Deadley); Scenes from The Web of Death; Colour ad for The Dragon Missile; Colour photo ad for Rado watches on back cover shows man in kayak; and much more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy.‎

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‎Ikebana International, Volume 35, Issue 3, 1990-1991‎

‎Features: Floral Focus - Japanese Apricot - Prunus Mume; The Wearable Art of Isey Miyake - Japan's Premier Fashion Designer; Window Dressing - Flowers, Fashion and drawing a fickle crowd - Kazutoshi Kuromasa, of Tokyo's boutique Nicole, is one of the most highly regarded floral display artists in the city; Dateline Japan; On Exhibition - Hanaishi - Ohara School - Takashimaya Department Store, Tokyo, May 23-28, 1991; Rising Stars - a revealing discussion between two future iemoto - Yuki Ikenobo and Akane Teshigahara; Ikebana Portfolio; Hana Kagami - Ikebana photography. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Many beautiful colour photos. A nice copy.‎

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‎International Piano Magazine, January/February 2004, Louis Demetrius Alvanis Cover Photo‎

‎88 pages. Features: In conversation with Brian Davidson; Jean-Marc Harari reassesses the career of Germaine Thyssens-Valentin; Louis Demetrius Alvanis; Ferruccio Busoni; Alicia de Larrocha has given her final concerts; Charting the history of Italian piano manufacturer Cristofori; Portuguese virtuoso Joao Carlos Martins; Mikhail Petukhov describes his various encounters with Dmitri Shostakovich, Sviatoslav Richter, and his mentor, Tatiana Nikolayeva; Steven Osborne - on of the U.K.'s brightest piano stars; Murray McLachlan discusses ornaments; Dong-Hyek Lim; the recorded history of Tchaikovsky's first piano concerto. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy.‎

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‎Look Magazine, 16 December 1969 *Cover Photo of Princess Stephanie, Princess Grace, and Princess Caroline*‎

‎100 pages. Features: nice color photo ad for the 1970 Olds Cutlass Supreme; The Rage of Women - Half our population underpaid, barred from major jobs and often mocked; Vietnamese boy Pham Van Quan is flown to Philadelphia for heart surgery; Wonderful color Campbell's soup ad; My Brother Lyndon Johnson - Part II by Sam Houston Johnson; Great color photo centerfold featuring the line of Polaroid cameras; Colour photo ad for General Electric flash cubes; Barbara Streisand - article with photos; A Killing Shame - U.S. gas and germ weapons violate treaties; Great colour photo ad for the 1970 Buick; Grambling College - where football stars are made - article with photos; The Look All America 1969 College Football selections; A Bill to Kill Foundations; The One Sensible Way to Diet, by Roland H. Berg; Who is the Man in the House? - Russell Baker writes about Richard Nixon; Princess Grace turns 40 - article with photos; Above-average but not excessive wear. Binding intact. Please note: pages 35-36 missing. They appear to have contained ads. Still a worthy copy. Magazine‎

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‎Maclean's Magazine 14 September 2009 *Ted Kennedy Commemorative Issue*‎

‎Features: Interview with Michael Wilson; Bernie Madoff and his boring mistress; Ignatieff's Double Dare; Disaffection with Ed Stelmach; The G8 Go to Muskoka in 2010; The last of the Kennedys - the passing of Ted Kennedy; The Torture Debate; Google Voice - a huge threat to the wireless industry; 'Pleasure' is the latest buzzword in school sex education, and not all are pleased; Why surviving cardiac arrest in Canada is so difficult; Stars reveal how they spent their summer vacations; Shaquille O'Neal prepares for life after the NBA; and more. Moderate wear. A sound copy.‎

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‎Maclean's Magazine 28 September 2009‎

‎Features: Harper must act now to protect free speech; A conversation with Richard Dawkins; Stephen Harper's Majority or Bust Strategy; Canadian Democracy is Broken; Mike Danton's Unlikely Story; War in Pakistan; Cindy Gomez's Cinderella Story; Taking on Vancouver's Panhandlers - downtown ambassadors; The Fluoride debate rises again; Rene Levesque embodied our bedrock values; Foodball greats on 'Dancing with the Stars'; Another facelift for the CBC; Is it racist to dislike Obama?; Ernie Duff - Obituary; and more. Moderate wear. A sound copy.‎

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‎Maclean's Magazine, July 19, 1982 - Special Effects - Newest Film Stars‎

‎Features: Why Inco must be nationalized, by Nick Lowe; Canada - inflation problems; Post office fights to maintain monopoly powers; Whycocomagh reserve natives protest against chemical spraying they say will pollute their water supply; Chaotic search for a solution in Lebanon; Mexico - land of sinking hopes; Ahmed Shah Masoud - the Che Guevara of Afghanistan - feared by the Soviets; Untangling the scandal fo God's Banker, Roberto Calvi; Breaking up Chirac's Paris; Bulent Ecevit on trial; War on firearms in the US; Sheikh Mohammed charged in Florida; Contrad Black and an 'honourable settlement' to a war - Norcen and Hanna Mining; Ratings of Canadian banks lowered by DBRS; People section contains news and colour photos of Susan Jacks, Princess Anne, Trevor Berbick and The Ducklings; Italy wins the World Cup of Soccer - Paolo Rossi; The fight against MS (Multiple Sclerosis); Canadian Jews oppose Lebanon invasion - Bob Kellermann; Home offices gain in popularity due to technology and desire to stay in touch with family - Kent Harding; Cover Story - movie special effects - Tron, Yoda, The Thing, Poltergeist, Wrath of Khan, etc.; Flashback to King Kong's special effects in 1933. Entertainment reviews. Somewhat above-average wear.‎

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‎Maclean's Magazine, September 1, 1950 - Great Danny Kaye Cover Illustration‎

‎56 pages. Features: Nice CNE cover illustration; Colour International Crawler ad inside front cover; Unusual Molson ad presents small projects for around the house; Mackenzie King as I Knew Him - article with photos, including a full-page colour portrait; Unwanted Guest - story by Paul Ernst, illustrated by Mike Mitchell; The Murdered Midas of Lake Shore -a Maclean's flashback to the murder of gold discoverer Sir Harry Oakes in Nassau, the Bahamas; Two Million Dollars on the Dotted Line - S. Hume Crawford and W.E.N. (Bill) Bell sell lots of life insurance - article with photo; That Glamorous Goldeye - Manitoba's famous Winnipeg Goldeye fish has turned up again - 750 miles away in Alberta!; Danny Kaye; Just Call Me the Gadget King - Bernie Abbott sells gizmos at the CNE; Full-page Len Norris illustration "On the Midway" humourously illustrates the CNE; The Strange Death of Sam Fletcher - story by John Clare - illustrated by Jack Bush; Shes' the Only One of Her Kind - Speaker Nancy Hodges rules the B.C. Legislature with a gracious gavel - photos with story; Great full-page colour ad for movie 'The Black Rose' which stars Tyrone Power and Orson Welles; 1950 Plymouth ad; Sam Snead appears in Prest-o-lite battery ad; Colour ad for Canada Dry; Celeste Holm is featured in a colour ad for Avon Cosmetics; Nice colour ad inside back cover for the Watchmakers of Switzerland. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality copy.‎

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‎Maclean's Magazine, September 28, 2009 *Harper's Big Gamble*‎

‎64 pages. Features: Harper must act now to protect free speech - Section 13 of the Human Rights Act is an assault on basic Charter freedoms and an affront to democratic society; The trouble with no impact planet - Andrew Potter on the environment; Richard Dawkins - in conversation; Will Stephen Harper's majority or bust strategy pay off?; Canadian democracy is broken - Paul Wells; Mike Danton's unlikely story; The Dirtiest War - the Pakistani Taliban is broken, but a deadly new menace is rising; Cindy Gomez's Cinderella Story; Local merchants take on panhandlers in Vancouver with private security forces; The Fluoride Debate - whether or not it is wise to add poison to our drinking water... duh; Dancing with the Stars; Another facelift for the CBC; Dislike Obama? You must be racist; Memoriam - Ernie Duff. Average wear. A sound copy. Magazine‎

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‎Maclean's Magazine, September 8, 1962 - Recalling the Bolshevik Revolution‎

‎Features: Painless Diets; Jean Templeton stars in The Weighting Game; A Bolshevik Giant recalls the Revolution, by Ilya Ehrenburg; Westmount - a portrait of the capital of English Quebec, by Peter Gzowski; The Anglo-Sazon Jews, by Mordecai Richler; The Working Atom is Here - Jane Becker reports on Canada's nuclear industry; An Ingenue from the Rockies goes to Drama School - Susan Ringwood of Williams Lake, B.C.; An Eerie Postscript to the Bombing of Berlin, by Louis Greenburg. Average wear. A sound copy.‎

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‎National Lampoon - The Humor Magazine For Adults: May, 1985 *CELEBRITY ROAST*‎

‎Features include: Cover illustration of Michael Jackson; Mia, Myself and I; The Return of the Kosher Butcher; The O-Team - Mr. T. in 'Dustbusters'; Toilet! - the memoirs of a men's room attendant; Lifestyles of the Acquantances of the Rich and Famous; How to Become Famous; Rose, Rose, There she goes...; Manufactured in Hollywood; Marnin and Morgan - a romance the media missed; David Hasselhoff and the three biggest assholes in the world; The Celebrity Memorabilia Gallery; Richard Belzer's Celebrity Roast; Future Sex Stars of the National Lampoon; Why are they here now? Zippy's Celebrity Showcase. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.‎

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‎Nutshell News Magazine, February 1991- Make it Romantic!‎

‎Features: Architect's Angle - Closing the Windows - Interior finishing options; Tiny Tapestries; The Stars' Dollhouse; Helen Cohen; Pioneer Photography Studio in Wisconsin Dells; Brambly Hedge Kitchen; Madeline "Tee" Ridder - Porcelain is her passion; The Miniatures Photographer II; Kit Renderings - Sheraton Elegance; Craft a toy barnyard; A bouquet of paper posies; Room with a View - Table by the window; Along the Mall II - A Candy Shop; An eye for wood grains; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A nice copy. Magazine‎

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‎Nutshell News Magazine, May 1991- Dutch Colonial Dream House‎

‎Features: A Galaxy of 1/2" stars; Collectables - Flagg Folks; The Miniatures Photographer V - Up Close; Bill Lankford's Mansion; Carolyn Stephenson - more than The Miniature Lumber Shoppe; The Garden Shed; A Mail Order House - our 1/2" scale cover house; Dutch Treat - landscape your 1/2" Dutch Colonial; Claycrafting Baby Accessories; 1/4" scale Wicker Furniture; A New England Lighthouse; Along the Mall V - a Miniatures Shop!; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A nice copy. Magazine‎

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‎Old West Magazine: Spring, 1975‎

‎Features: Tragedy in Hood Valley; Treasure of the Estrellas; Man and Beast on a Crash Course; Two-Bar's Biggest Roundup; Bill Nye's Funny Bone; The Rogue's Rogue; A Man with Three Graves; Silver Fox Farming; A Pretty Lady Few People Knew; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. Magazine‎

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‎Rock and Roll Songs Magazine, April 1964 Vol. 9 No. 36‎

‎34 pages. Features include: The Stars Behind Ray Charles; It's All Right - The Impressions; What Happened to the Elvis We Used to Know?; New Group in Town: Garnet Mimms & the Enchanters; "I Don't Want to Grow Stale" says Bobby Vinton; The Leading Surf Band: Surfaris; Your Rock and Roll Favorites; Down Memory Lane with the Olympics; Let's Take a Trip to the Sugar Shack; Big Maybell's Daughter - Betty Harris; The Music Man: Freddie Scott; and Rock & Roll Back-Stage. Cover loose but present. 5" opening on page 31/32. Back cover has two minor openings and bottom corner is missing. Front cover bright with little wear. Unmarked. A worthy copy. Magazine‎

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‎Scientific American, August 1981 - Forging‎

‎156 pages. Features: Precision-guided weapons; the newest stars in Orion; Dutch elm disease; the ribosome; the forging of metals; monsoons; a mesolithick camp in Ireland; Sadi Carnot; and more. Nostalgic colour photo ads. Moderate wear. A sound copy.‎

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‎Scientific American, February 1971, Volume 224 Number 2 - Cellular Automation‎

‎Features: Lead Poisoning; Solid Stars; The Iroquois Confederacy; the prospects of fusion power; giant brain cells in mollusks; the fastest computer; the state of water in red cells; leonardo on bearings and gears. Average wear. Sound copy. Magazine‎

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‎Scientific American, February 1981 - Pterosaurs‎

‎176 pages. Features: Advances in antisubmarine warfare; California rice culture; the nucleosome; the activity cycles of stars; pterosaurs; a deep-sea neutrino telescope; the Nok sculptures of Nigeria; and more. Nostalgic car ads plus some from the early days of the PC industry. Moderate wear. A sound copy.‎

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‎Scientific American, January 1985‎

‎120 pages. Contents: The Command and Control of Nuclear War, by Ashton B. Carter; Collapse and Formation of Stars, by Alan P. Boss; The Perception of Speech in Early Infancy, by Peter D. Eimas; Alzheimer's Disease, by Richard J. Wartman; Hot Nuclear Matter, by Walter Greiner and Horst Stocker; The Reliability of Computer Memories, by Robert J. McEliece; Jet-Propelled Swimming in Squids, by John M. Gosline and M. Edwin DeMont; The Crossbow, by Vernard Foley, George Palmer and Werner Soedel. Nostalgic ads for floppy disks and the IBM PC - with Charlie Chaplin look-alike, and more. Initials written atop front cover otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy of this interesting and informative issue. The crossbow article is particularly interesting. Magazine‎

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‎Scientific American, July 1970, Volume 223 Number 1 - Globular-Cluster Stars‎

‎Features: Conversion to the metric system; globular-cluster stars; the multiple sclerosis problem; nerve cells and behavior; negative viscosity; the love song of the fruit fly; network analysis; population trends in an Indian village. Average wear. Sound copy. Magazine‎

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‎Scientific American, July 1984 - Mathematical Manifolds‎

‎140 pages. Features: The homelessness problem; Undersea volcanoes; Immunotoxins; Form and function in fish swimming; Symbiotic stars; Multilingual word processing; the mathematics of three-dimensional manifolds; medieval roots of the industrial revolution; and more. Nostalgic ads including several from the early days of the PC industry. Bit of writing atop front cover. Moderate wear. A sound copy.‎

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‎Sea Frontiers - Vol.25. No. 5 - September/October 1979‎

‎Features: Little Salt Spring; Tokyo Fish Market - A Wholesale Look at the Japanese Diet (Tsukiji); A New Island country; Stars for Kings; Birds of Rabbit Island; The Unknown World of Flipper; Hypothermia - Surviving Killer Cold. Sound copy.‎

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‎Sea Frontiers - Vol.26. No. 3 - May/June 1980‎

‎Features: Tsunami!; Amphipods - Little-Known Crustaceans; The Valuable Alaskan Herring; Seafloor Signals; the Trumpetfish - the advantages of Being Thin; Enewetak Atoll - restoring the environment; Upstaging the Film Stars - tiger shark; The Florida Out-Islands and their unique animals; Ascension. Sound copy.‎

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‎Sea Frontiers - Vol.28. No. 2 - March/April 1982‎

‎Features: When the Mediterranean went dry; Clowns of the Galapagos; Discovery of the Admiral's flagship; The Stars at Night; Full Circle for Vema; The Living Nautilus; 'Fingerprinting' Offending Tankers; One more Whale to Count; the road to Hokkaido; From Father Neptune's Stable. Sound copy.‎

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‎Sea Frontiers - Vol.33. No. 6 - November/December 1987‎

‎Features: What's in a cave?; Painting with pesticides - the controversial organotin paints; Stars with thousands of feet (star fish); The see-through salp; Lighthouse reef - a Caribbean atoll; Coralline algae - pink plants of fhe seafloor; Oceanography on stamps - the Christmas Island Phosphate Company. Sound copy.‎

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‎SHOOT! Soccer/Football Magazine, 10 January 1970 *EXTRA EIGHT-PAGE WORLD CUP SUPPLEMENT*‎

‎Features: Bobby Moore writes for you; Focus on Bobby Murdoch of Celtic; Early leaders sometimes miss the big goal; Too young at 18? 'No', say Tommy Craig, Ian Bowyer, Phil Hadley and Alan Hudson; Jim McCalliog; Full-page colour photo of Matt Tees (Luton Town); colour photo of Dave Hilley; Sixties Scrapbook; World Cup Supplement (including colour centerfold) with action shot of Pele); Sir Alf Ramsey; England's Probables and Possibles for Mexico; Joao Saldanha - the 'brain' behind Brazil; photo of Bill Glazier of Coventry City; Malcolm Allison's Big Comeback; Leeds are good but will be better, says skipper Billy Bremner; Uncapped stars who could help Scotland get ahead; Full-page colour photo of Mike Channon of Southhampton; photos of Johnny Graham and Joe Wark playing on a snowy field; England 0, USA 1 - the result that shook the football world; colour back cover photo of Colin Stein (Rangers & Scotland). Unmarked. Modest wear. A quality copy.‎

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‎SHOOT! Soccer/Football Magazine, 11 October 1969 *SUPER SAINTS OF SCOTLAND*‎

‎Features: Cover photo of Chris Cattlin; Bobby Moore writes - a captain's lot is a happy one!; b/w photo of Paul Madeley (Leeds United); When George Best turned his back on United!; Colour photos of David Hogg (Dundee United) and Derek Possee (Millwall); Scotland's Super Saints; Football Ballet - photos; Great centerfold colour team photo of Burnley - Young stars of Turf Moor; b/w photo of David Smith (Rangers and Scotland); Colour photos of Bill Kitchener (Torquay) and Mick Doyle (Manchester City); Celtic - Chammpions of Europe!; Colour photo of Peter Dobing (Stoke City) on back cover; and more. Unmarked. Modest wear. A quality copy.‎

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‎SHOOT! Soccer/Football Magazine, 20 December 1969 *THE CHELSEA STORY*‎

‎Features: Cover photo of Peter Mellor (Burnley); Bobby Moore thinks the leage title looks like going north; black and white photo of Jimmy Husband (Everton); Big-Hitting Bombers! (Goal Scorers) - Bobby Charlton, Jon Sammels, Neil Young, Andy Penman, Peter Lorimer, Alan Hinton; John Toshack and Brian Clark- 'My kind of players'; Colour full-page photos of Brian Kinsey (Charlton) and Tony Coleman (Sheffield Wednesday); Denis Law of Manchester United says "I Hate Watching Football"; The Blues Make Chelsea Fans Happy!; Edinburgh clubs hit the jackpot... in Glasgow; Colour team centerfold photo of "Heart of Midlothian"; John Osborne - the 'Quiz King' 'Keeper; Brave little Exeter shook the giants of Man. United!; Colour photo of Eddi Loyden (Barnsley); Colour photo of Dave Mackay; Big stars who cost small fortunes; Focus on John Sydenham (Southhampton); Colour back cover photo of Mike Summerbee (Manchester City); and more. Unmarked. Modest wear. A quality copy.‎

‎Multiple Contributors‎

‎SHOOT! Soccer/Football Magazine, 29 November 1969 *SUNDERLAND TEAM GROUP IN FULL COLOUR*‎

‎Features: Cover photo of Roger Morgan (Tottenham Hotspur); Bobby Moore writes that "Football isn't a 'dirty' game"; Black and white photo of Peter Eustace (Sheffield Wednesday); Can dashing Don Rogers Swing Swindon to the Top?; Black and white photo of Barry Lyons (Nottingham Forest); Colour photos of George Eastham (Stoke City) and Brian O'Neal (Burnley); Black and white photos of John Hollins (Chelsea); Since Bill McGarry got to work on Wolves... All that glitters is gold; Hibs could hit the high spot; Colour centerfold photo of Sunderland - the stars of Roker Park; Bobby Collins leads the Morton attack; Middlesbrough's midfield Marvel, Eric McMordie; Colour photo of Willie Morgan of Man. U.; Focus on Eddie Gray (Leeds United); They won the league, but lost promotion - it happened to Small Heath in 1892-93; back cover colour photo of Peter Brabrook (Orient); and more. Unmarked. Modest wear. A quality copy.‎

‎Multiple Contributors‎

‎SHOOT! Soccer/Football Magazine, 8 November 1969 *ARSENAL IN FULL COLOUR*‎

‎Features: Cover photo of Johnny Vincent, Tony Hateley and Peter Reeves; Bobby Moore writes - the game is changing all the time; Bill Shankly aims to make Liverpool the best side in the land, and Europe too!; Colour Photos of Terry Cooper (Leeds United and England), and Kenny Aird; Super black and white photo of airborne clash between Derby County and Everton; Focus on Billy Bonds (West Ham); Colour team centerfold photo of Arsenal - the gunners of Highbury; Peter Shilton regards Gordon Banks as the greatest goalkeeper; Colour photos of Willie Carr (Coventry) and Bobby Moncur (Newcastle U.); Wales - long on courage, short on stars; Colour photo of Ron Davies (Southampton and Wales) on back cover; and more. Unmarked. Modest wear. A quality copy.‎

‎Multiple Contributors‎

‎SW (Star Week) Magazine 23 September 1967‎

‎Close-up of a Super-Hippie and why he matters to you - The CYC's David DePoe - a look at hippie life in Toronto; Fashionable coats; Robin Hood is Alive in Edmonton - Sherwood Park's Annual Tourney; How to do the Flambe bit, with colour photos; One Girl's Struggle with the Eternal Triangle, Canadian Style - Alexandra Stewart stars in our first attempt at an all-out box office film, with seven photos; The Father Who Beat his Baby, Ricky Lozecki, to Death; How the Japanese Pamper Drunks - "When a Nippon Playboy gets drunk the cop is his friend, and his worst punishment is listening to a tape of how he sounded when he was loaded; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Quality copy. Magazine‎

‎Multiple Contributors‎

‎The Explorer's Journal, Fall 1995‎

‎Features: On Wildlife - messages for a New Millennium; Death of a Comet - The discovery and Demise of Shoemaker-Levy 9; A Bridge to the Stars - Tethered Satellites in Space; Strange New Worlds - The Quest for Extra-Solar Planets; A View from Space - NASA's new generation of Satellites. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.‎

‎Multiple Contributors‎

‎The Explorer's Journal, June 1988‎

‎Features: The Black Caiman of Zancudo Cocha; Solo in the Arctic; Explorations Among the Stars; In Search of Hypercharge - A Matter of Some Gravity; Huautla; Yamantaka - Tibet's Yak-headed Deity; Soko Islands, South China Sea. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy.‎

‎Multiple Contributors‎

‎The Milky Way Pictorial [Magazine] No. 218, 1976 - Hsu Chi Chang Cover Photo‎

‎90 pages. Loaded with wonderful color and black and white photos. Includes color photos of: Chelsia; Chin Han; Hsu Feng and Hsu Chi Chang; and much more. Trifle of writing upon front cover, otherwise clean and unmarked. A quality vintage copy.‎

‎Multiple Contributors‎

‎The Milky Way Pictorial [Magazine] No. 230, 1977‎

‎90 pages. Loaded with wonderful color and black and white photos. Features: Lin Fung Chew -gorgeous colour one-page photo; Two pages of Bang Bang colour-photo fashion ad; Alan Tang; Foldout colour photo of Sylvia Chang; Liu Chia Chong and Chen Chen - their romantic house; Movie Stars travel to Manila for benefit performance for Miss China City - photos and article; Siau Yau and Mr. Lua; Wong Yu; Hsia Ling Ling; Deborah - she refuses to undress and be 'Hong Kong Emmanuelle": Yau Feng Pun; Wong Yu; The Sunset of Peking; Summer Lover; Yesterday is Over Soon; Theft, Prostitute, Money; Wife, Lover, Girlfriend; Rogue and Gentleman; Warning for the Young; Iron Robe, starring Liu Chung Leang; The Duel; James [Jimmy) Stewart - article and photos; Fantastic one-page colour photo fashion ad for The Apple Jeans features white couple accented by green, blue and yellow graphic; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy.‎

‎Multiple Contributors‎

‎The Milky Way Pictorial [Magazine] No. 265, 1980‎

‎94 pages. Loaded with wonderful color and black and white photos. Features: Several pages of great colour-photo movie ads; One-page colour beachphoto of topless Jackie Chan in blue adidas shorts; Nice one-page colour photo of Marian Cheung; Colour photos of Frankie and Sydney - "A New Couple"; Charles Chin sows the seeds of love; Michael Hui and Jackie Chan join international stardom; David Keung turns to TV acting; Upcoming teenage star Pear Yan-A; Do-Re-Mi, a children's film by Leung Kai Shau; Chow Lun Fat - a star who can act; The Conscience of Nude Film Stars; Foreign-made Mandarin films; Dragon Blood, starring John Liu; Steve McQueen; Bo Derek; and much more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy.‎

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