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Map Folding

I know that several of the maps came in different sizes, but where they also folded differently? Case in point is June 1947. I have one tha…

Started by David Manney

3 Apr 11, 2021
Reply by Melvin L. De Vilbiss

100 Years Ago: April 1921

100 Years Ago: April 1921   This is the seventy-fifth entry in my series of reviews of National Geographic magazines that were produced one…

Started by George Thomas Wilson

0 Apr 1, 2021

NG Magazines by Scholars Select ?

During my quest to fill the holes in my collection I occasionally  come across hard books of NG magazines by Scholars Select. like this one…

Started by Helena Zar

3 Mar 26, 2021
Reply by Wildbunch

Rusty staples

Hello everyone. just wanted to ask if anyone knows of a good system of removing rust from the staples of indexes, or should I just let them…

Started by Wildbunch

1 Mar 19, 2021
Reply by Melvin L. De Vilbiss

"Illustrations In Full Color"

Regarding the "full color illustrations" in issues from the 1920s, does anyone know if those are actual color photographs or colorized B&am…

Started by John Evicci

6 Mar 9, 2021
Reply by George Thomas Wilson

Collection for sale

Hello,        Let me know of any interest or questions: 1) 1888-1897 reprint bound. 2) 1898-1905 bound (not reprint). 3) 1915-1922 bound.…

Started by Michael

3 Mar 6, 2021
Reply by Wildbunch

NGM, The Race Issue

From the editor of National Geographic Magazine, Susan Goldberg, concerning the April issue of our magazine that is dedicated to the topic…

Started by Cathy Hunter

6 Mar 6, 2021
Reply by Wildbunch

8 boxes of national geographic 1946-1995

does anyone know the best way to sell the national geographic magazine. should I do it buy year or is there any I should be looking for to…

Started by andrew sanderson

4 Mar 6, 2021
Reply by Wildbunch

NGM Headquarters

In 1903 the National Geographic Society moved it’s headquarters at1600 M St NW Washington, DC.  The complex was added on to over the years…

Started by Robert Zelenak

5 Mar 3, 2021
Reply by Robert Zelenak

Torii Gate

Looking to pick the brains of those eclectic NGS collectors who have spread their wings into the seldom mentioned (or located) items hiding…

Started by Ron Choquette

7 Mar 1, 2021
Reply by Richard Kennedy

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