where is the best place to sell old copies of Playboy Magazines?

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Answered: I have numerous copies of Gourmet Magazine, mostly 60's and 70's. What

Cut out the pretty pictures and put them in a scrapbook.

Answered: Where can my boyfriend sell has old playboy magazine

Unless he has the molto valuable first issue, or one of the rare issues, they're really not worth much. Maybe a buck apiece. He can look for used book stores that also carry magazines. Or he can sell on craigslit or something like that. But honestly, they're just not worth much aside from the few ...

Answered: Value of a Playboy Magazine Collection??

I have colllection from 60's through 90's. If anyone wants to purchase, contact me @ cjoyner5@hotmail.com

Answered: What would the frist 3 years of playboy [ all 36 books ] be worth

The first issue is the one collectors want. google it and see if somebody has listed a price for one.

Answered: When was the first Playboy Magazine published and by whom?

Hugh Hefner incorporated his publishing company in October and published the first mag in December. You can check on FAQ's on the Playboy enterprises website: http://www.playboyenterprises.com/home/content.cfm?content=t_template&packet=00017B97-9135-1C72-8FEA8304E50A010D&artTypeID=00025AAE-7EF7 ...
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What is the quickest way to sell old furniture and other items in Jackson

Donate it to charity and take the depreciated value as a tax deduction. I suggest Salvation Army.

Does the Shiela Wood Magazine have a web site?

Did you goggle it first? it works real good for finding things like this.

Where can I find vintage copies of Club Magazine?

Under my mattress............about 20 years ago.

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