I have more than 200 issues for sale or exchange (1€ each). They are located in Algeciras (southern Spain); shipping will be at the buyer's expense. You can see the complete list in the attached…Continue
Are you willing to sell or donate? Would you split the collection, or only as a whole? I'm missing some numbers from 1910, 1911 and 1913.
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I'm missing a couple of supplements from those days. Maybe you could send them to me if you can't find anyone willing to take the whole collection?
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"As they're not too many numbers I hope the shipping won't be too expensive - and if it is, I've got some friends in the US, maybe they could be sent to any of them and they'll bring them when they come to Spain.
How many numbers…"
I'm interested in pre-1917 unbound issues. How much are you asking for them? I'm located in Spain, but I guess we could find some way to ship them.
You can contact me at vunono-at-hotmail-dot-com."
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Are you selling the issues individually or only the whole set? Are you willing to ship them overseas?
I am interested in pre-1917 loose issues. You can send me an e-mail to vunono-at-hotmail-dot-com."
Are the older issues bound or loose? I'd be interested in pre-1917 loose issues. Which ones do you have, and how much would you ask for them? Are you willing to ship them overseas?
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It's not so easy to find old National Geographics in Spain!
I started buying the Spanish edition when it was launched in October 1997 (I was only 13 back then!), and continued by picking some old English issues in flea markets and in other languages when I travel abroad. Now I've got every issue between 1914 and 1997 in English and a few earlier, starting in 1905.
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All the world, specially Middle East and former USSR.
This is what I have in my collection. I have the complete Spanish edition since No. 1 (October 1997), so I've stopped my collection in English at that point.
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