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I have 446 issues of National Geographic’s from 1963 – 2003 minus 1989-1990 (which may still be in my storage unit). From 1963 – 1988 complete with the exception of May 1963. After 1967 they all are still in brown covering and never opened or read. Looking to see the best way to sell them. Have photos and excel sheet with details if anyone is interested. Thank you.

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I went to my storage unit and found 2 more years. Still think there is another box but I cannot get to it yet. So they update is that I have 471 issues. 1963 - 2003 (minus 1989-1990) and May of 1969. Thank you.

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