"I have attached an updated list of National Geographic Traveler books (English Trade Paper Editions).
I'm still looking to purchase:
National Geographic Traveler: Paris (c) 2001 ISBN 0-7922-7429-6 (Not the 2000 edition)
"Regarding the Reprint
The ad doesn't mention if the reprint is the 1964 or the 1975 edition. According to the November 1964 issue of the NGM, page 688, the Society reproduced "only 1,000 copies of each of the early magazines." These…"
"I have a copy of the unframed Torii Gate printed on thick paper. Its dimensions are 12-3/4" (width) by 20-1/4" (height). A framed (11" width by 17" height) copy of the Torii Gate was sold by John McInnis Auctioneers on February…"
"Hubbard Hall, at 16th and M Streets in Washington, D.C., was the first permanent home for the National Geographic Society. The Library was on the second floor, approached by a splendid double stairway of marble and later, in 1927, graced with the…"
If you have the following NatGeo DVDs:Awesome Animals (RD75589)Awesome Animals Volume 2 (RD59024)I would greatly appreciate receiving a photograph or scan of both side of each case.Thank you in advance!See More
I am looking to buy pre-2021 copies of National Geographic Traveler Wall Calendars. The calendar has "National Geographic Traveler" in one of the upper corners. The publisher is Zebra Publishing Company. There were only available through Barnes and Noble stores. Please describe condition and state your terms. Thank you.natgeo (at) whovian (dot) nameSee More
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I've been a life member of the Society for over 45 years and a member of its Grosvenor Council for over 20 years. My wife and I reestablished the Washington Geographic Alliance in 1996 to further geography education in grades K-12 in Washington State.
In 2018, I became the Washington State Competitions Coordinator for the GeoBee and the GeoChallenge.
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I sign the portuguese magazine, so I believe if the number is still available I can easly buy it for you. this is totaly independent of any other thing we can do together. it is easy and not a problem to me to help you. I will only charge what they charge me for the magazine and of corse shipping cost with out any handling cost.
for my side I need 11 numbers from 1900 till 1910 all for the year 1900, 1903 and 1904. do you any for sale or know who have?
I am trully sorry for giving you a false hope. Since many years I sign the magazine in portuguese, and every time I travel for some months, when I return if some magazine is not in great condition I call to the editor and ask them to send me a new one.
Because of that I always new that they had old magazine for sale and was easy to resolve the problem.
t happens one year ag they dicided to destroy all the old magazines they used to have and with out saying anything to any one.
I called them and there is no more magazines from the date you asked.
I tried to see in palces where they sell old magazines and nathing. Not in the condition you and i collect.
Thanks for your message earlier this month. I'd love to do a short phone or email interview with you about your collecting of National Geographics. May I send you an email to tell you about the assignment in a little more detail? Thanks very much!
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