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  • Chicago, IL
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Brochures and catalog National Geographic
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Morning!I recently found some brochures for the National Geographic Society.Please see photographs.Does anyone have information on these?Dates range from 1919 thru 1936.…Continue

Tags: 1936, 1932, 1919, ephemera

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dale Sep 15, 2012.

Griggs: The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes

For sale.Good conditionSmall piece missing from first fly-leaf.Complete maps$29.00 shippedContinue

Started May 14, 2012

National Geographic Bronze 100th Anniversary Medal

I have a 100th Anniversary Medal from the National Geographic, made by the Medallic Art Co. of Danbury, CT.  Made of bronze, it is 3 inches in diameter, a quarter inch thick and weighs 9.8 ounces.The…Continue

Started Apr 4, 2012

Bronze, 100th Anniversary Medal for sale

Morning All!I have a 100th Anniversary Medal from the National Geographic, made by the Medallic Art Co. of Danbury, CT.  Made of bronze, it is 3 inches in diameter, a quarter inch thick and weighs…Continue

Started Dec 2, 2011

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Scott T. Shier and Karl Wara are now friends
Sep 19, 2012
Dale replied to Karl Wara's discussion Brochures and catalog National Geographic
"Karl, Not sure what information you are looking for. These are all promotional brochures for the NG Magazine. The Greek girls at the Acroolis (1929), the Tower of London beefeaters (1936) and Two Chinese girls in a Moon Gate (1932) are not rare, and…"
Sep 15, 2012
Karl Wara replied to Karl Wara's discussion Brochures and catalog National Geographic
"Thanks, Mel! Appreciate your reply. LOVE THE RETRIEVERS!  Sincerely, Carl"
Aug 31, 2012
Melvin L. De Vilbiss replied to Karl Wara's discussion Brochures and catalog National Geographic
"I do not collect ephemera. However, one who would know can be located in the Dealer's Directory in the upper left margin of the main page on this site. Look for Nick Koopman in the SOUTH region and give him a call. He is strictly business, no…"
Aug 30, 2012
Karl Wara posted a discussion

Brochures and catalog National Geographic

Morning!I recently found some brochures for the National Geographic Society.Please see photographs.Does anyone have information on these?Dates range from 1919 thru 1936.See More
Aug 30, 2012
Karl Wara posted a discussion

Griggs: The Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes

For sale.Good conditionSmall piece missing from first fly-leaf.Complete maps$29.00 shippedSee More
May 14, 2012
Karl Wara posted a discussion

National Geographic Bronze 100th Anniversary Medal

I have a 100th Anniversary Medal from the National Geographic, made by the Medallic Art Co. of Danbury, CT.  Made of bronze, it is 3 inches in diameter, a quarter inch thick and weighs 9.8 ounces.The edge inscription reads: Limited Commemorative Edition of 1000,$33.00See More
Apr 4, 2012
Karl Wara posted a discussion

Bronze, 100th Anniversary Medal for sale

Morning All!I have a 100th Anniversary Medal from the National Geographic, made by the Medallic Art Co. of Danbury, CT.  Made of bronze, it is 3 inches in diameter, a quarter inch thick and weighs 9.8 ounces.The edge inscription reads: Limited Commemorative Edition of 1000, I have found little information on the net, and only know what was written on the medal.Please eMail me any interest. $57.00 plus shipping.UNIQUE!ChristmasSee More
Dec 2, 2011
Jason Phelps replied to Karl Wara's discussion 1988 Bronze 100th Anniversary medal
"Sounds pretty cool, what would you want for it?"
Sep 20, 2011
Karl Wara posted a discussion

1988 Bronze 100th Anniversary medal

Morning All!Hope all is well with you.I have a 100th Anniversary Medal from the National Geographic, made by the Medallic Art Co. of Danbury, CT.  Made of bronze, it is 3 inches in diameter, a quarter inch thick and weighs 9.8 ounces.The edge inscription reads: Limited Commemorative Edition of 1000, I have found little information on the net, and only know what was written on the medal.Please eMail me any interest. karlwara3@gmail.comSee More
Sep 18, 2011
Karl Wara is now a member of National Geographic's Collectors Corner
Sep 18, 2011

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Hometown:
Chicago
About Me:
I have a small collection of National Geographic ephemera, and have been a member since I was 12.
Favorite National Geographic publication:
The magazine
Favorite travel destination:
Vancouver Island

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