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Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine July, 1986 (Catherine Oxenberg Cover)
1 Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine July, 1986 (Catherine Oxenberg Cover)
New York Andy Warhol 1986 Vol. XVI, No. 7 soft cover Very Good condition 
Interview Magazine is a fun read. In addition to lots of close-up looks at famous people from all walks of life, it's also filled with gorgeous ads for high-end products. If you love graphic art you will love those ads. This issue of course has an interview with Catherine Oxenberg who is best known for her role on the TV show Dynasty and her portrayal of Princess Diana, but also these interviews too: The Kennedy Cousins (dynasty); Samantha Fox, Kathryn Harrold, Little Nell, William J. Casey (Washignton), Athol Fugard (theatre), Monica Vitti and Alberto Sordi (film), and Michael Musto (night life). There's also articles on keeping a diary, young artists united, and Bette Davis. Lots to read! Magazine is very clean with no defect of note. Measures 11" x 16-1/4". Will ship in the U.S. for $2.00. OVERSEAS ORDERS welcome, but will be expensive due to high postal U.S. costs. Contact me with item and destination for an exact quote.. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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Aramco World Magazine July/August 1988 Traveling the Silk Roads
2 Aramco World Magazine July/August 1988 Traveling the Silk Roads
Washington D.C. Aramco, A Corporation 1988 Vol. 39, No. 4 soft cover Very Good 
Colorful, glossy magazine the entire issue of which is dedicated to traveling the silk roads, along which Islam journeyed to China. There's a nice fold-out map at the front showing the routes and 54 pages devoid of advertising. Yes, the entire thing consists of quality color photography and the following articles: The Queen and the Silkworm, Main Street of Eurasia, The Royal Road, The Silk Roads: A History; The Steppe Route, The Golden Road,The Road North, and The Imperial Highway. 
Price: 9.95 USD
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Engineering News and American Contract Journal April, 1887
3 Engineering News and American Contract Journal April, 1887
New York Engineering News Publishing Company 1887 Vol. XVIII, No. 17 soft cover Very Good 
It's not common to find an example of this early technical magazine and especially not in such nice condition. There is a small bit of soiling to outer edge of front cover, but it is otherwise very handsome. Oversized at 11" across by 14" tall. Numerous ads at front and back with bold graphics showing various pumps, pipes, derricks, engineering and surveying equipment, fire hydrants, valves. etc.. Even submarine tunnels and early steam shovels. A sampling of articles include the following topics: a landslide on the New York, Central & Hudson Railroad, the foundation for the 1000-ft. Eiffel tower in Paris, and the proposed Long Island Bridge. Technical drawings throughout. Magazine begins pagination where the previous issue left off, but we counted 15 pages of dense text, plus 25 pages of ads. 
Price: 24.00 USD
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Hats Magazine (Only Milinery Magazine in U.S. October, 1962)
4 Hats Magazine (Only Milinery Magazine in U.S. October, 1962)
New York, New York Milinery Associates 1962 Vol. 87, No. 4 soft cover Very Good 
This is a collectible magazine which shows the reader the latest styles from New York and Paris, plus hints on hat making, the hat of the month with instructions on how to make it, insider gossip, and many ads for millinery supplies. The hat on the cover was made by Mr. Arnold. Magazine is clean and nice and measures 9" x 12" and has 24 pages. Not seen too often. A few other issues available. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Hats Magazine (Only Millinery Magazine in U.S. February, 1963)
5 Hats Magazine (Only Millinery Magazine in U.S. February, 1963)
New York, New York Millinery Associates Inc. 1963 Vol. 87, no. 8 soft cover Very good 
This is a collectible magazine which shows the reader the latest styles from New York and Paris, plus hints on hat making, the hat of the month with instructions on how to make it, insider gossip, and many ads for millinery supplies. The hat on the cover is a Christian Dior. Magazine is clean and nice and measures 9" x 12" and has 28 pages. not seen too often. A few other issues available. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Hats Magazine November, 1962
6 Hats Magazine November, 1962
New York, New York Millinery Associates Inc. 1962 Volume 87, No. 5 soft cover Very Good 
This is a collectible magazine which shows the reader the latest styles from New York and Paris, plus hints on hat making, the hat of the month with instructions on how to make it, insider gossip, and many ads for millinery supplies. The hat on the cover was an Emme Original. Magazine is clean and nice with just a small bit of staining to bottom edge. Measures 9" x 12" and has 20 pages. Not seen too often. A few other issues available. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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Kodakery Magazines June, July 1931
7 Kodakery Magazines June, July 1931
Rochester, New York Kodak International Good-plus 
In this digital age when cameras are built into phones it's amazing that only 82 years ago a relatively primitive Kodak would be state of the art. The Kodak camera is not be dismissed lightly though, as it brought home photography to the masses. The little magazines (I love the name Kodakery!) encourage amateurs to enter a big money contest with lots of tips and ideas. Great photos throughout of weddings, children etc. There's articles about what makes pictures interesting, the new Kodak Verichrome film, tips on nature pictures and more. Magazines measure a small 5-1/2"x7-1/2" and are clean and tightly bound. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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Ligature; The Typographic Communication Journal August, 1987
8 Ligature; The Typographic Communication Journal August, 1987
New York World Typeface Center Inc. 1987 Volume Five, Number One soft cover Very good 
I love this magazine and have only ever had one other issue, also from the 80's. It's big measuring 11"x13-1/2" and is printed in just three colors -- black and white and red. The articles cover the following in this issue: A Day in the Life of a Type Director; Typography and the Securities Exchange Commission; Branding America's Pantry, An Interview With Anthony A. Parisi of General Foods; A Whimsical Survey of Landmarks in the History of Couture; Piecing Together the Puzzle of Melody; and WTC Neufont. Magazine is clean and attractive with no mailing label. 45 pages. OVERSEAS ORDERS WELCOME, but due to size shipping charges are high than stated due to size. Use the contact button and let us know where's headed and we will quote exact cost. 
Price: 14.95 USD
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Ohio Edisonian The Fiftieth Anniversary Issue (1980)
9 Ohio Edisonian The Fiftieth Anniversary Issue (1980)
Ohio Ohio Edison Company 1980 50th Anniversary Edition soft cover Very Good 
Never saw this one before, but it's certainly a beauty. Crisp and clean as a whistle inside and out with just a few little indentations on the back cover and a small spot. Otherwise pristine. The magazine is quite large measuring at 11"x15" with 27 pages, all of which same the same color scheme as the cover. There's timeline of events, company history and a look at all the many advancement from early electric trains to household appliances. Greeat graphics too -- really well designed. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Powerfax Magazine Elliott Company (Gas Turbine Issue Autumn 1945)
10 Powerfax Magazine Elliott Company (Gas Turbine Issue Autumn 1945)
Jeannette, PA Elliott Company 1945 Vo. XXIII, No. 3 soft cover Very good 
Crisp, tightly bound magazine completely devoted to one topic -- aspects of the gas turbine. Measures 7-3/4"x10-1/2" and has 31 pages. Only fault is a small bit of smudging to lower corner of first page and toning to the margins, also at that corner. Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs, drawings, and a graph. Aspects of subject include gas turbines versus other prime movers; background for gas turbines; discussion of engineering problems in gas turbine development; manufacturing problems in construction; heat supply for gas turbines; and future applications. 
Price: 16.00 USD
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Showmen's Trade Review April   30, 1955 (Daddy Long Legs)
11 Showmen's Trade Review April 30, 1955 (Daddy Long Legs)
New York Charles E. "Chick" Lewis 1955 Vol. 62, No. 19 soft cover Very good 
Very nice, clean trade magazine targeted at movie theater owners. All the ads and short articles are full of info on the state of the movie experience halfway through the 1950s. The big movie of this issue was definitely Daddy Long Legs, which starred Fred Astaire and Leslie Caron based the novel by Jean Webster who wrote it in 1912. The magazine measures 9" by slightly over 12". The ads of course are for adding comfort and modernity to the movie theater. Coca Cola ad on the back cover encourages its sale in the lobby. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Southwest Art Magazine November, 1987
12 Southwest Art Magazine November, 1987
Houston, Texas Southwest Art Inc. 1987 Volume 17, Number 6 soft cover 
Beautiful, high quality magazine printed on glossy paper and illustrated in full color. The profiles and features of the month are these: Dan Hemann of California, animals in bronze; Desmond O'Hagan (Denver) daily scenes rendered in pastels; Bruce A. Aiken striated colors of the Grand Canyon; Gerald Brommer (California) experiemental watercolorist; and Michael Coleman (Utah) goache and oil paintings of Native Americans and wildlife. But the surprise is an article about two southwest painters, Guy Rose of California (1867-1925)and James T. Harwood of Utah (1860-1940), both of whom went to Paris to study at Academy Julian. Magazine is clean and tightly bound with just a crease to upper front corner which lies flat. Measures 8-1/2" x 11" with 110 pages plus advertising at back. 
Price: 10.95 USD
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Standard Player Monthly September, 1922 (Player Pianos)
13 Standard Player Monthly September, 1922 (Player Pianos)
New York City Standard Pneumatic Action Company (Sept. 1922) 1922 Vol. 7, No. 9 soft cover Good condition 
Standard Player Monthly was the trade journal of the Standard Pneumatic Action Company, makers of player pianos. The magazine measures 6-3/4" x 9-1/2" and has 18 pages with some uplifting pieces and others about music and pianos. The latter includes a "serious descriptive" of Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2; The Music of Laughter and Its Riches (the pleasure of a player piano); and questions and answers about player pianos and how to fix them. Magazine has been re-stapled and shows a short closed tear to bottom of back cover which has been mended nicely with glue. 
Price: 9.95 USD
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The Bulletin of the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design December, 1931
14 The Bulletin of the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design December, 1931
New York City Beaux-Arts Institute of Design 1931 Volume Eight, Number Two Soft Cover Very good condition 
This is a slim monthly magazine devoted to the ideas of Beaux-Arts architects. The front of the magazine explains the photographs at the back and the architects who won accolades for the designs. This is an over-sized item measuring 9" x 12" with 20 pristine pages. The projects highlighted are these: an end wing of an embassy building, a bus and street car terminal, a suburban bank, and a subway terminal. I have seven of these bulletins from 1926 to 1933 and will be happy to answer an inquiry about them. Eventually all will be listed. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association 1957 (Full Run, Four Issues)
15 The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association 1957 (Full Run, Four Issues)
Williamsburg, Virginia Early American Industries Association 1957 soft cover Very good 
Though slim, these attractive, quality printed magazines pack in a lot of information and photographs in 12-48 pages (they start small and increase through the year). This is a full set for 1957, Volume X, Nos. 1-2-3-4. The topics are myriad, but the emphasis is on Early American products and processes. Amongst the features here are the Corning Glass Center, tools of early American glass blowers; making simple tools such as the Indian broom, the rake, and the twibill (now there's a new/old one!); Old Salem; fruit lifters; bookbinding tools; early home coffee roasters; the Old Slater Mill, and a beekeeping exhibit at Shelburn Museum in Vermont. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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The Church Magazine of Eccleshall June, 1957 (England)
16 The Church Magazine of Eccleshall June, 1957 (England)
Eccleshall, Staffordshire England Trinity Church 1957 soft cover Good 
This is a lovely magazine from Trinity Church, which was built in 1180 with additions built in the 13th and 15th centuries. Someone likely visited on vacation in the summer of 1957 and tucked it away in a suitcase. The local ads are charming and there is information about church events, pictures of the church, a page for women (about housekeeping)and rosters of names which might be of interest to those from the area. The clergy consisted of Rev. S. Tetley and Rev. R.J. Foster. Magazine is clean and tightly stapled, but does show thinning of the paper at the lower corners of the cover. It measures 8"x9-3/4" and has 18 counted pages/ 
Price: 9.95 USD
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The Hercules Heritage: Hercules Motor Corporation (Volume I, No. 1)
17 The Hercules Heritage: Hercules Motor Corporation (Volume I, No. 1)
Canton, Ohio Hercules Motor Corporation No date, circa 1930's Card cover Very good condition 
Why this is I don't know, but I can't pass by a Hercules motor item which is why I have several of them right now. There's something about the way they displayed their beautiful motors that remind me of an intricate collage. But enough about that -- this a the very first issue of the Hercules trade magazine and it's in very nice, clean condition with no writing. There's many large photos of the new models (likely from the 30's), but also articles on roads and their pathway to prosperity, trucks and busses, gasoline power, the Hercules expansion program and more. The magazine measures 8-1/2" 11" with 24 pages.Why this is I don't know, but I can't pass by a Hercules motor item which is why I have several of them right now. There's something about the way they displayed their beautiful motors that remind me of an intricate collage. But enough about that -- this a the very first issue of the Hercules trade magazine and it's in very nice, clean condition with no writing. There's many large photos of the new models (likely from the 30's), but also articles on roads and their pathway to prosperity, trucks and busses, gasoline power, the Hercules expansion program and more. The magazine measures 8-1/2" 11" with 24 pages. Oddly, there is no date, but it appears to be from the early 1930's. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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The Houghton Line: Not A Yes-Magazine (13 issues 1964-1972)
18 The Houghton Line: Not A Yes-Magazine (13 issues 1964-1972)
Philadelphia E. F. Houghton & Company 1964-1972 soft cover Very good condition 
I haven't seen these quirky little magazines since I first started in business 19 years ago. So I'm pretty tickled to find them again. Houghton just celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2015. To celebrate they printed a special issue of the popular magazine which was closed down in 2008. These 13 I have now are nice and clean, all identical in format and design -- just different accent colors. They're small in size measuring just 4"x7" and are billed as a publication "for people who like to do their own thinking." Topics range from products made by the company and other interesting things that have nothing to do with it. Let's start with the industrial articles which include these products: Cindol lubricants high-temp lubes, Houghto-Safe 1120, Houghton custom molded rubber parts and I-rings and more. The rest of the articles cover these topics and more: Football as big business, metal-working in a blind school, the big boom for small boats, Houghton in Sweden, Soccer Discovers America, the progress and problems of trucking, tuna fishing off Rhode Island, our farm paradox, in defense of industry, living costs around the world, and sports highest paid lightweights. The magazines measure 4" x7" and have 46 pages each. Issues include these: April 1964, Dec. 1964, Feb. 1967, June 1967, Dec., 1967, April 1968, June 1968, Sept. 1968, April 1969, Sept 1969, Dec. 1969, June 1971. Fall 1972. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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The Puppetry Journal July-August 1981 (Atlanta Center for Puppetry Arts)
19 The Puppetry Journal July-August 1981 (Atlanta Center for Puppetry Arts)
Fenton, Misouri The Puppeteers of America Inc. 1981 soft cover Very Good 
From Punch and Judy to the Muppets, puppets have long entertained us. This 1980's magazine is a charming peak into the world of puppets and puppeteers. One of the most interesting articles focuses on Atlanta's Center for Puppetry Arts, but other highlights include the Stevens Puppets in Idiana, and an interview with Bob and Judy Brown and theit caricature puppets. There's also info for artists on the hazards of paper mache, plus French puppets. Measures 6"x9" and has 48 pages. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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The South Sea Guitarist A National Magazine; Christmas Number  December, 1936
20 The South Sea Guitarist A National Magazine; Christmas Number December, 1936
Detroit, Michigan Bronson Music and Sales Corporation 1936 soft cover very good 
Scarce magazine published by the Bronson Music Company of Detroit. Very clean and tightly bound with just light soil to cover. Handsomely printed with green ink and green tinted photographs showing children and adults across the U.S. who were making great progress on the guitar. Some are individuals, others groups, others entire classes. Nice photo of the Maxwell Conservatory in Cleveland. Magazine is interspersed with advertising for Bronson Music products. The company specialized in both Hawaiian and Spanish guitars. 20 pages measuring 8-1/2"x11-1/2" 
Price: 18.00 USD
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