You have mentioned some good friends. I have not talked with Howard and his wife Jane for years. I purchased some unique items from them. I basically stopped collecting in the early 2000's as it became harder and…"
Don't have MS Works. To open it in MS Office Excel, I had to open Excel first, then open the file from within Excel with the 'All files' filter set first. Otherwise Excel won't recognise the file extension .xlr. I then…"
I have done a quick cross-check between the two indexes. They are very close, but are not identical in their place names. The changes I can detect appear to relate to border shifts within the USSR. For example, in the 1951 index Delyatin at…"
1968 Classical Lands of the Mediterranean 3,270 place names for 1949 map
1950 Classical Lands of the Mediterranean 3,201 place names for 1949 map
1940 Classical Lands of the Mediterranean 3,022 place names for…"
Yes I am still collecting according to a well-rehearsed routine that I've developed since I first contributed to this site. Approximately every quarter, I visit a few second hand shops. I buy up every copy of Nat Geo on their shelves, at an average 40c/copy. When I get home, I compare them with my collection and weed out any duplicate poorer quality editions. I then complete the cycle by returning these to my local Red Cross bin. Then I can enjoy reading the new ones I've acquired. My current collection list is attached - there are many gaps. How did you build your complete collection?
Hi Dale it is sean I asked you about the annuals before and you were spot on thanks just wanted to say what a nice collection you have I only just seen the photos of it do you collect most things to do with geo as I am in two minds about annuals I have got a lot of them but only seven of the ones I mentioned before unfortunately I must say thanks again for helping me it is good to no someone who is very knowledgeable about geos see you later mate. Sean
You have mentioned some good friends. I have not talked with Howard and his wife Jane for years. I purchased some unique items from them. I basically stopped collecting in the early 2000's as it became harder and harder to fine the items I wanted; also my collection is so large it developed a life of its own. There is not much that I don't have. I would like to talk with you about collecting. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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