My local college library threw away their entire run of National Geographic. I rescued it from the garbage but am unsure what to do with it. Before 1905, they are reprints, I believe the 1964 ones. Would it be best to try to sell the entire set, sell whole volumes (they are still bound together but missing the cardboard library binding that originally encased them), or split out the individual issues (which still have their covers, so this would be doable)? I would really appreciate advice from people who have been in this boat before.
I'm happy to hear that you saved them! Your question is rather complex and have a lot of variables. Send me an email at email@example.com and include photos of some of the bindings if you could please. Happy to help if I can! I'm not that far from you.