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One Ebay seller was auctioning a complete set of pop monthly (February 1964 to September 1971): 'This collection was purchased monthly for my wife and lovingly stored, for her to look back on her teenage years.' He added: 'Individual copies can sell anywhere between £8-£30 so the price I am asking is an average cost per issue of £9.50 (copies that have sold recently, are averaging out at £18 per copy).' A good, square-on picture really does help. If you can't prove a statement yourself, give a source for the quote so people can check it out for themselves.
Don't use sttock pictures or someone else's image - that is not what you are selling. Magforum is regularly quoted on the history or background of a magazine on e Bay, which is fine as long as you credit the source.
So if you've got those in a suitcase under the bed, it may be worth talking to an auction house.
And there is always a demand for vintage fashion magazines, such as Tatler and Vogue, which are still published, and Town and Nova, which are not; pre-1970 And certainly there are far more magazines being sold on e Bay - the number doubled in three years from 2010.
In December 2007, Bloomsbury Books held an auction in London of underground magazines, including a complete run of , for £3,000.
Even a copy in mint condition would be unlikely to go for 12 times that. If you have a collection of No doubt you can see ways to improve the search based on the results that you don't want.
Be careful though, because you will also remove results for your target magazine that use that word in the description.
All the material on Magforum is copyright - the site has taken the best part of a decade to build up and it's a one-man band, so you can imagine how how much time and effort has gone into it.
Income from advertising pays for the site's fees, research costs and buying magazines. I'm 35 now and I used to buy it regularly from about the age of 8 to 13.
is worth, I'm afraid the answer is likely to be 'not much'.