Here is an excel spreadsheet of all Maps and Supplements through July 2017. Includes previously missing March 1979 pamphlet of Wildlife Refuges of the United States...
Phil, . . . nu uh : - )
I knew about it for years. Been too ill to get back to discussing it here w/ y'all. Remember a while back I mentioned to Tom I had 2 more "surprises" top tell about . . .These "booklets" from the 70's were what I had in mind.
One more map missing that I forgot to add to the last reply is May 2006 Australia.
That's not a National Geographic map. It is an Australian.com advertisement...
I am still trying to downsize and sell my maps and supplements as well as my oldest magazines. Attached is an updated list of what I have left. Make me an offer I can't refuse and these are all yours.
Just joined the NG collectors group and saw you had maps for sale in July. Do you still have them for sale? If so I am interested in the following from your list (See below)
How much are you asking for them?
Let me know,
Steve, I still have these for sale. Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and make an offer. Thanks.
when I try and open the checkoff list I get an error saying it's not a supported file type or the file is damaged
You need Microsoft Excel to display this list. Unfortunately it is no longer being updated, Phil passed away a few years ago.
My old brain "thinks" this is the list I downloaded in 2016 and have been using ever since.
I have just discovered that the Nov/Dec 1917 item is missing (unless I somehow deleted it!)
So my search sadly never included this one!
I do have the August one thanks to Scott T Shier.
I recently found the Nov/Dec mag (no map!) here in the UK and last year found another 7 so only 2 more to find!
This makes me wonder if the Forum should now have an "Official" Map/Supp List ? Since many people have contributed to several lists, this might be appropriate perhaps even including a list of "contributors" for posterity.
I don't think their is anyone in power to do anything "official" here. We are just a group of collectors sharing information about the magazine we cherish. Before he died, Philip Riviere posted images of all the map and pictorial supplements in a series of albums. I created an album of supplements issued after Phil's passing. I then posted a discussion in "Resources & Links" with links to all the albums. Its not a list, and its not official, but it's the closest thing we've got.
You can find it here.