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LETTRES: 1987, VF-. A cross between Playboy and Penthouse Forum, only all in French!  82 pages, color and B&W photos, features XXX adult film star Ginger Lynn in a 9 page full color pictorial and on the back cover. You must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. See front and back covers (censored)  $9

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LIFE MAGAZINE

LIFE Volume 35, #16: October 19, 1953, Fr: pages 53-56 are missing, centerfold section on the Age of Mammals is loose, moderate water damage on cover and first few pages. Highlights are articles on the Bobby Greenlease kidnapping and murder, Jackie Gleason's chorus girls (Gleason also appears in a Nescafe ad), Comic Strip Dolls showing toy dolls that are being made based on comic strip characters (including real life Ricky Jr. from "I Love Lucy"), The Age of Mammals, "Tea And Sympathy" with Deborah Kerr, and the Crimean War. If you are looking to cut out some great Fifties vintage ads, then this issue is perfect for you - my favorite is the chain saw ad drawn by Al Capp with Li'l Abner and Daisy Mae. Oddly, the subscription card is still intact! See cover  $6.50

LIFE Volume 36, #6: February 8, 1954, Fr: pages 9-10, 65-72 are missing, "Desk Copy" sticker on cover. Highlights are articles on Bob Young, René Coty, "King Richard II" on NBC with Maurice Evans, The Great Barrier Reef, Daniel and Donald Hartley, Russia, and the Zanuck's Hollywood party. If you are looking to cut out some great Fifties vintage ads, then this issue is perfect for you - my favorite is the Wildroot Hair Tonic ad drawn by Al Capp with Fearless Fosdick. Oddly, the subscription card is still intact! See cover  $6

LIFE Volume 36, #14: April 5, 1954, VG: centerfold section on the Sonoran Desert is loose, address label removed. Highlights are articles on George Parr (the Duke of Duval), Viet Nam War (in 1954!), the Sonoran Desert (cover feature), "Man With A Million" starring Gregory Peck, TV Soap Operas, Ben Hogan's golf secrets, Audrey Hepburn and the Academy Awards. If you are looking to cut out some great Fifties vintage ads, this issue is packed with them - my favorites are contortionist Alf Carlson hawking Dittos underwear and the new '54 Kaiser pushed by Lowell Thomas. The subscription card is still intact! See cover  $15

LIFE: May 1988, VG with front cover having heavy wear but not the rest of the issue, address label removed. Collectors Edition 2,000th Issue with all Life covers reproduced inside, Highlights are articles on Geoffrey Beene, Gone With The Wind II (Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh on cover), Yitzhak Shamir, endangered eagles, Hermitage masterpieces visit the U.S., Tiffany, George Bush, Sotheby's sells Warhol's collection, Ray Buckey, Jimmy Carter, casting the new Charlie's Angels, and much more! See cover  $3.50

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LINER NOTES - Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Publication

LINER NOTES Volume 6, #1: Summer 1999, VF/NM-. Paul McCartney cover, Linda McCartney's Rock photos from the Sixties, 1999 HOF Induction ceremony, and more; 8 pages, NO address on back! (2 copies available) See cover  $11

LINER NOTES Volume 6, #2/3: Fall 1999, NM. Hip Hop cover, Bob Dylan (with 1964-65 era photos), Hip-Hop history, Louis Jordan, Rock Star clothes, and more; 16 pages, NO address on back! See cover  $10

LINER NOTES Volume 6, #2/3: Fall 1999, VF. Hip Hop cover, Bob Dylan (with 1964-65 era photos), Hip-Hop history, Louis Jordan, Rock Star clothes, and more; 16 pages, NO address on back!  $8

LINER NOTES Volume 6, #4/5: Spring 2000, VF. Eric Clapton cover, 2000 HOF inductee bios for Eric Clapton, James Taylor, Earth, Wind & Fire, Bonnie Raitt, The Lovin' Spoonful, The Moonglows, Nat King Cole, Billie Holiday, King Curtis, Hal Blaine, James Jamerson, Earl Palmer, Scotty Moore, and Clive Davis; 2000 HOF Induction ceremony, Tribute to Louis Jordan, Rock 'n' Roll exhibit at the MMA, Muddy Waters, Pete Seeger, and more; 20 pages, NO address on back! See cover  $8.50

LINER NOTES Volume 6, #4/5: Spring 2000, F. Eric Clapton cover, 2000 HOF inductee bios for Eric Clapton, James Taylor, Earth, Wind & Fire, Bonnie Raitt, The Lovin' Spoonful, The Moonglows, Nat King Cole, Billie Holiday, King Curtis, Hal Blaine, James Jamerson, Earl Palmer, Scotty Moore, and Clive Davis; 2000 HOF Induction ceremony, Tribute to Louis Jordan, Rock 'n' Roll exhibit at the MMA, Muddy Waters, Pete Seeger, and more; 20 pages, NO address on back!  $6

LINER NOTES Volume 7, #3: Winter 2000, VF/NM with printed address on back cover. John Lennon cover and inside articles, Muddy Waters tribute concert, Jimi Hendrix exhibit, Woody Guthrie, and more; 16 pages. (2 copies available) See cover  $8

LINER NOTES Volume 8, #1: Spring 2001, F/VF with printed address on back cover. Freddie Mercury cover, 2001 HOF inductee bios for Aerosmith, Solomon Burke, The Flamingos, Michael Jackson, Queen, Paul Simon, Steely Dan, Richie Valens, James Burton, Johnnie Johnson, and Chris Blackwell; also Motown, Rock 'n' Roll in San Francisco, Pop Staples in memoriam, Graham Nash, Dion, and more; 20 pages. See cover  $4

LINER NOTES Volume 8, #2: Summer 2001, VF/NM with printed address on back cover. Stuart Sutcliffe cover and inside article, The James Gang, Felix Cavaliere, 16th Annual HOF Induction Ceremony, and more; 20 pages. See cover  $8

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LITERARY CAVALCADE Volume 27, #4: January 1975, VF with high school language department name stamped in upper right cover corner (clearly seen in image). Special Humor Issue; Abbott & Costello Who's On First routine transcribed, Woody Allen's "Death Knocks," "A Thousand Clowns" by Herb Gardner, Peanuts/Charles Schulz, Art Buchwald, Ogden Nash, Heinrich Boll, and more! See cover  $10

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LOVE SERIES ALBUM SPECIAL: 1984, F/VF. Huge, 200 page, squarebound repackage of 3 French "Men's Mags": Sexy Special #86 (March 1984), Sexy Parade #44 (October 1984) and Eclats De Rire #216 (June 1984). "Eclats" contains a great selection of adult cartoons by many European artists. The first two issues are similar to Penthouse. Sexy Parade is all color and the other two are color with some B&W photos. All in French, three magazines in one! You must be 18 years of age or older to order this magazine. See cover  $18

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