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 email@example.com
1. I know a collector in Melbourne who is looking for many of the magazines you have and might be prepared to cover costs for posting them to Melbourne, or pick them up. You'd have to send me your email address so I can forward it to them so you can both discuss.
2. Give them to the Salvos (or any Opportunity Shop). They usually sell them. Old magazines make great dentist/doctor waiting-room reading.
3. Give them to a primary school who may use them for their pictures for projects, etc.
4. Put an free ad in one of those online sales sites (Gumtree?) to sell individual magazines as gifts for individual birthdays (birth month).
I would be interested in getting the December 1960 issue. Although I already have copies of this, I want one to keep with some Apollo 11 memorabilia I have.
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