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200 issues 1919-1993 in Spain for 1€ each

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

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Started Dec 12, 2017

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Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to Bruce Whitney's discussion Inherited complete set 1888-2000
"Hi Bruce, 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."
Sep 17
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to George Thomas Wilson's discussion The National Geographic as a Cultural Fixture (Part 3) in the group Outside Looking In: How the World views the Yellow Border (and all that's in it)
"A copy of the Geographic can be seen on a table in the 1987 film Innerspace. I can't say which number, but it looks from the late '70s."
Jul 2
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to Craig Wagner's discussion Full collection (1964 reprints for early issues)
"Hi Craig, 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? You can send me a private message to vunono at…"
May 22
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to George Thomas Wilson's discussion The National Geographic as a Cultural Fixture (Part 3) in the group Outside Looking In: How the World views the Yellow Border (and all that's in it)
"It seems that the scientists in the 2004 disaster film The Day After Tomorrow are all suscribers of NGM, as we can see yellow spines in at least three different locations. I wonder if the same magazines were moved from one set to the other during…"
Apr 28
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to Kathy Spears's discussion Original back issues for sale
"Thank you, Melvin. A friend of mine is attending a course in Florida for the next few weeks, so I'm using his temporary American address to fill some gaps in my collection. I've only made a purchase from the US before - a big load of…"
Feb 18
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to Kathy Spears's discussion Original back issues for sale
"Thank you Kathy, but I'll keep looking for an issue with both covers attached ;)"
Feb 17
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to Kathy Spears's discussion Original back issues for sale
"Hi Kathy, Do you have the October 1941 issue? How much do you want for it? Do you sell maps separately, or only with their magazine? You can PM me at vunono at hotmail dot com."
Feb 16
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to George Thomas Wilson's discussion The National Geographic as a Cultural Fixture (Part 3) in the group Outside Looking In: How the World views the Yellow Border (and all that's in it)
"A bookcase full of yellow spines can be seen on the final scene of the 2014 fictional documentary "The History of Time Travel"."
Dec 28, 2019
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to Rich Kruse's discussion NG Collection Available at Online Auction
"It sounds very interesting, but I have some doubts. Some of the lots include several magazines, and I don’t know if the price is per issue or for the whole lot. I also would need shipping, and I have read that the price of the boxes depends on…"
Nov 23, 2019
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to Kathy's discussion 1916 to 1946
"Hi Kathy, I'm interested in some of the numbers you list. How much do you want for them? Could you provide some pics? You can contact me in vunono at hotmail dot com."
Sep 4, 2019
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to George Thomas Wilson's discussion The National Geographic as a Cultural Fixture (Part 3) in the group Outside Looking In: How the World views the Yellow Border (and all that's in it)
"In fact it's not a newsstand, it's a room in the complex where the astronauts were quarantined for several weeks when they came back."
Jul 15, 2019
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to George Thomas Wilson's discussion The National Geographic as a Cultural Fixture (Part 3) in the group Outside Looking In: How the World views the Yellow Border (and all that's in it)
"In the 2018 film First Man there's a scene with a shelf full of newspapers and magazines, the December 1969 issue of National Geographic among them. This is an anachronism, because the scene is set on July 27th 1969, during the astronauts'…"
Jul 14, 2019
Cathy Hunter replied to Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo's discussion 1928 booklet in the group Ephemera & Collectibles ~ odds n' ends
"Juan,   Thanks for sharing this! It's my favorite promotional piece because of that whimsical map drawn by Charles Riddiford.  Best wishes, Cathy Hunter Archives & Special Collections"
Jul 2, 2019
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo replied to Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo's discussion 1928 booklet in the group Ephemera & Collectibles ~ odds n' ends
"I don't intend to sell it, but it's good to know that it has some value :)"
Jun 30, 2019
George Thomas Wilson replied to Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo's discussion 1928 booklet in the group Ephemera & Collectibles ~ odds n' ends
"Juan, John Carey, a dealer of National Geographics listed here at the 'Corner, has one for sale for $45.00 U.S. Tom"
Jun 29, 2019
Juan Carlos Herrera del Castillo added a discussion to the group Ephemera & Collectibles ~ odds n' ends
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1928 booklet

I don't know how rare this booklet is. I found it inside my copy of the January 1928 issue.…See More
Jun 29, 2019

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Hometown:
Algeciras (Spain)
Why do you wish to join this community?
It's not so easy to find old National Geographics in Spain!
About Me:
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 almost every issue between 1917 and 1997 in English (only 6 numbers missing from that period).
Favorite National Geographic publication:
The Magazine!
Favorite travel destination:
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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And these are the issues that I have to sell or exchange (1€ each).

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