"Interesting - thank you! I have seen evidence of other inconsistent datings too, but apparently that was not at all uncommon in the early era of the publication when volumes and numbers were not issued on a regular and predictable basis. I will seek…"
"Another possible anomaly - the inside cover of the 1922 reprint of Vol 1 No 4 has the date "May 1889" even though Vol 1 No 3 was dated July 1889. The Complete National Geographic DVD collection identifies Vol 1 No 4 as "October…"
"In the late 1990s and early 2000s, several companies (Okidata and ALPS Electric, and I think others) offered ribbon cartridge printers which had the ability to print special inks such as white and metallic colors. These printers and their supplies…"
Aug 12, 2023
Jonathan White is now a member of National Geographic's Collectors Corner
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