which vintage rolling stone magazines are valuable?

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Answered: Is Valuable Assets division a scam

There might be something coming to you, but you don't have to pay a fee. There are state Unclaimed Property offices that you can check for free. You might have a tax refund or something that went to an old address. You can find the state web sites from https://www.unclaimed.org/.

Answered: Is it bad if im thinking about buying maxim when im officially 18 because

Why on earth would it be bad? It's a good enough magazine. Not one of my favorites, but a good enough read and reasonably entertaining.

Answered: True Blood on the Cover of Rolling Stone

I want to suck your blood

Answered: Cutting the stones (opal)

Opals aren't cut, they're ground and polished. But yes, if there is someone in your area that cuts, grinds and polished gemstones, you can certainly pay them to prepare the opals. If there's a good rock shop in your area, ask them to recommend someone. Or they may provide that service themselves.

Answered: Trying to find Redbook magazine August 1945

Try contacting the magazine directly to get a copy of this edition.
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Where can I find vintage copies of Club Magazine?

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

Vintage brass cobra balancing 2 brass bears

I had a small brass cobra with two bears connected with a small wire. you placed the bears on the cobras head and it balanced perfectly. then you could spin the bears like a teeter totter. Is this what you are lookng for?

Looking for an old harley davidson magazine with ...

Talk about hens teeth! If the magazine is still in business, they MIGHT have a copy and can copy that for you, but by now it would be so bug ate there won't be much still there. HD goes back to 1903, and Indian goes back to 1902. About the only two older makes are Simplex and American, both of ...

Does the Shiela Wood Magazine have a web site?

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