I believe that the September 1912 issue is for sale on Etsy's US website (www.etsy.com) for USD 27 + shipping. It looks like it's in good condition; i.e., not too dirty, good spine... It might even contain the…"
I have acquired NGM’s through the same 1997 auction. However, my lot of issues consist of none from 1910. I would be very pleased to purchase your lot. See my attachment listing 1909 and 1911, and the same contact named Cathy…"
Mar 24, 2023
Michael Spohn is now a member of National Geographic's Collectors Corner
I am a collector with way too much excess inventory.
Favorite National Geographic publication:
Volume CVI Number One - July 1954 - featuring the world's first ascent of Mount Everest by Edmond Hillary and Tensing Norgay two months earlier. My grandfather saved his issues, dating back to the late 1940's, in his attic. I came across the stash in the early 1980's as a teenager. That issue describing the ascent of Everest is the magazine that jump started my interest in NGM... life has not been the same ever since.
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