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I got a request from a serious collector about the number of subscribers (members) at various points in the history of the NGS.  I remembered that I had a page about that on my original web site which I could not find on my computer.  I did find the FAQ's that I developed in a spreadsheet back in the day.

Those stats have been added to my new website:   http://jbcarey.net/

Click on items for sale and then click on the FAQ's category.

You will see that the numbers vary somewhat depending on the source of the count.  It is, therefore, a work in progress (or subject to debate).  Overall interesting, however.

John Carey

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