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    • Airfix Model World

    • Airfix Model World is a monthly magazine published in the United Kingdom by Key Publishing. ... Read »


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    • American Angler

    • American Angler is a magazine dedicated to the subject of fly fishing, with an emphasis on cold water fisheries, published six times a year. It bills itself as a "how to, where to" magazine focusing on technical fly-fishing informational articles and explorations of new fishing locations. It is an asset of Morris Commu ... Read »


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    • American Digger (magazine)

    • American Digger is a bimonthly magazine about the hobby of recovering historical artifacts based in the United States. American Digger was founded in 2004. The founder is Butch Holcombe and the first issue appeared in January 2005. It includes articles covering finds made by metal detecting, surface hunting, divin ... Read »


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    • The American Philatelist

    • The American Philatelist, published by the American Philatelic Society, is one of the world's oldestphilatelic magazines still in operation; its first issue having appeared in January 1887. The magazine is published monthly for members of the APS. It has the appearance of a standard glossy color magazine, typically ru ... Read »


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    • Ancestry Magazine

    • Ancestry Magazine

      Ancestry Magazine was a general interest genealogy magazine owned by Ancestry.com Operations Inc. The magazine received a 2009 Gold Eddie Award in the enthusiast category for its article, The Man (or Woman) Who Would Be King. Eddie awards are granted annually by Folio magazine for excellence in editorial content. The h ... Read »


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    • Angler's Mail


    • The Angry Corrie

    • The Angry Corrie is a fanzine for hillwalkers in Scotland, first published in 1991. It is print-based and was also published on the web until June 2008. The Angry Corrie tends to steer away from the more prosaic descriptions of hill routes or gear reviews, and accepts no advertising. Driven mainly by its unpaid contri ... Read »


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    • Antique Trader

    • Antique Trader is an American biweekly magazine about antiques and collectibles. Published in Iola, Wis., the publication covers in-depth articles on antique and collecting trends, informative features, antique show and auction previews and highlights, decor and market trends. Columnists write about the business of ant ... Read »


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    • Autograph Collector Magazine

    • Autograph Collector Magazine is a U.S. magazine for autograph collectors. The magazine was started in 1986. They offer news, celebrity interviews and addresses, in-person signing event listings, counterfeit-detection articles, and in-depth articles on collecting autographs from people in various professions, from sport ... Read »


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    • Backpacker (magazine)

    • Backpacker

      Backpacker is an American publication that features information on wilderness hiking and adventure. It has been published since 1973. Backpacker magazine is currently published by Active Interest Media and is based in Boulder, Colorado. The magazine moved from Emmaus, Pennsylvania to Boulder in August 2007. The fi ... Read »


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    • Barbed Wire Collector


    • Beads Friend

    • Beads Friend (Japanese: ビーズ フレンド, Hepburn: BÄ«zu Furendo) is a Japanese quarterly beadwork magazine published by Boutique Co. (ブティック社, Butikkusha) since 2003. The magazine has its headquarters in Tokyo. It targets women. ... Read »


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    • Belt Pulley

    • Belt Pulley was a U.S.-based magazine dedicated to antique farm tractors of all brands and makes. It published successfully for over 2 decades and was one of the best known titles in the category. It was a family business run first by the Aumann family and then by the Elmore family. In 2009 it was sold, and the new own ... Read »


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    • Blade (magazine)

    • Blade is a long-running consumer magazine about knife collecting. The magazine is based in Iola, Wisconsin. First published in 1973 under the title American Blade by Southern House Publishing Co. with Blackie Collins as the editor, the magazine's title was changed to Blade in 1982 after its purchase by Jim Parker ... Read »


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    • The Book Collector

    • THE BOOK COLLECTOR is the only journal in the world that deals with all aspects of the book. It is published quarterly and exists in both paper and digital form. It prints notoriously independent opinions on subjects ranging from typography to national heritage policy, from medieval libraries to modern first editions. ... Read »


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    • Brew Your Own

    • Brew Your Own is an American magazine, particularly concerned with the process of homebrewing beer. The magazine is published eight times annually from offices in Manchester Village, Vermont.  Brew Your Own was launched in 1995 and is the largest circulation magazine for people interested in making their own beer at ... Read »


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    • Coin World

    • Coin World is an American weekly numismatic magazine. It is among the world’s most popular non-academic publications for coin collectors and is covering the entire numismatic field, including coins, paper money, medals and tokens. Coin World was founded as a weekly publication in 1960 by J. Oliver Amos, a sea ... Read »


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    • COINage

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    • Collecticus

    • Collecticus

      Collecticus is a monthly magazine, focusing on the subject of affordable collectable items. The magazine is published by Wentrow Media in the United Kingdom. It is currently printed by Hartley Publications. Collecticus was first published in September 2004 as a monthly 36-page A5 magazine. The style changed significan ... Read »


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    • The Colophon, A Book Collectors' Quarterly


    • Constructor Quarterly

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    • Constructor Quarterly

      Constructor Quarterly is a quarterly British magazine aimed at Meccano enthusiasts. It was founded in 1988. It is published in Sheffield in the UK by RJ Publications. It consists mainly of photos and descriptions of Meccano models made by the Meccano enthusiasts community. It also features news and comment on the subj ... Read »


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    • Craft (magazine)

    • Craft: (or CRAFT:) was a quarterly magazine published byO'Reilly Media which focused on do it yourself (DIY) projects involving knitting, sewing, jewelry, metalworking, woodworking and other disciplines. The magazine was marketed to people who enjoy "crafting" things and features projects which can often be completed w ... Read »


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    • Designs in Machine Embroidery

    • Designs in Machine Embroidery is published bi-monthly by Great Notions News Corporation, based in Dallas, TX. Eileen Roche is the Editor and Publisher who founded the magazine in 1998. In addition to managing the publication, Eileen also manufactures embroidery related products including books, software and tools. The ... Read »


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    • Diecast Collector

    • Diecast Collector is a British magazine dedicated to the hobby of collecting diecast metal vehicles. Published monthly, it is a thick, glossy magazine featuring a variety of articles on toy and model cars, trucks and buses. Beyond information on the collectables themselves, the magazine is also a source of hobby inform ... Read »


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    • Diecast Model World

    • Diecast Model World is a glossy British magazine dedicated to the world of collecting diecast model vehicles. Diecast Model World was established in 2011. The first issue featured articles on Bristol buses by Mike Forbes, Corgi fairground models by Alistair Golding, vintage fire engines by Mike Pigott, Dinky forkl ... Read »


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    • Doll Reader

    • Doll Reader was a collectors magazine in the United States, appearing eight times a year. It included information on antique dolls, collectible and modern dolls and offerings from manufacturers and contemporary doll artists. Doll Reader began publication in 1972. Madavor Media, LLC, in Quincy, Massachusetts, was the p ... Read »


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    • Electronics Australia

    • Electronics Australia or EA was Australia's longest-running general electronics magazine. It was based in Chippendale, New South Wales. It can claim to trace its history to 1922 when the Wireless Weekly magazine was formed. Its content was a mix of general and technical articles on the new topic of radio. In April 19 ... Read »


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    • Electronics Illustrated

    • Electronics Illustrated

      Electronics Illustrated was an American magazine started in May 1958 by Fawcett Publications, the publishers of Mechanix Illustrated. The magazine was published monthly from 1959 to 1961 then bi-monthly until November 1972. Charles Tepfer was the first editor and Robert Beason was the editor for rest of the magazine's ... Read »


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    • Fever Zine

    • Fever Zine was a quarterly zine based in London, United Kingdom. Its contents focus mainly on music, art, DIY culture, trends and e-culture, with fashion, music videos and other zines also featuring heavily. The zine was created, and is edited, by British music and arts journalist Alex Zamora with design by graphic d ... Read »


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    • Five Nine

    • Five Nine (also referred to as 59) was a monthly magazine published in Tokyo, Japan. The magazine covered topics related to amateur radio DXing and contesting. It was published in Japanese and was mainly distributed in Japan. The name of the magazine is derived from the international amateur radio RST code report of 59 ... Read »


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    • The Gaited Horse (magazine)

    • The Gaited Horse is a defunct international magazine catering to people interested in gaited horses. Originally based in tiny Elk, Washington, it soon moved to the small town of Deer Park, Washington. The magazine was co-founded by Rhonda Hart (later Rhonda Hart Poe, now Rhonda Massingham Hart), an author of multiple h ... Read »


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    • Garden Railways

    • Garden Railways is a bi-monthly American magazine about the hobby of running large-scale trains outdoors, also called garden railroading. Published since 1984, it is the world's largest-circulation magazine on that subject. Each issue features hobby news, product reviews, how-to articles, featured railroads, and much ... Read »


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    • Gibbons Stamp Monthly

    • Gibbons Stamp Monthly (GSM) is a leading British philatelic magazine which can trace its roots back to 1890. GSM is published by the famous stamps and collectables firm of Stanley Gibbons and each issue includes updates to their various catalogues. In 1890 Charles James Phillips bought the business of Stanley Gibbo ... Read »


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    • Hands-On Electronics

    • Hands-On Electronics was an electronics hobbyist magazine published by Gernsback Publications in the United States from 1980 to 1989. The magazine started as Radio-Electronics Special Projects in 1980. This was nominally a quarterly supplement to Radio-Electronics that had 10 issues from a single 1980 issue to the Spr ... Read »


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    • K9YA Telegraph

    • K9YA Telegraph

      The K9YA Telegraph is a free, monthly, general interest amateur radio e-Zine first published in January 2004. The journal of the Robert F. Heytow Memorial Radio Club, the K9YA Telegraph is distributed to subscribers in over 100 countries via e-mail as a PDF file. Issues comprise original articles written by authors dra ... Read »


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    • Kitelife

    • KiteLife (KL) is an American magazine devoted to kites. Founded in 1998 by Mike Gillard of Ohio, KiteLife Magazine was the first on-line publication 100% devoted to the sport of kite flying and its community. Featuring articles, reviews and interviews with notable kite fliers, Kitelife offered a wealth of kiting i ... Read »


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    • Leisure Painter magazine

    • Leisure Painter is a learn-to-paint magazine, first published in 1967. It is published monthly by The Artists’ Publishing Company, based in Tenterden, Kent, and costs £3.99 from newsagents, supermarkets and art shops. The magazine's editor is Ingrid Lyon. Leisure Painter magazine gives step-by-step tuition to ... Read »


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    • Light Steam Power

    • Light Steam Power was a magazine dedicated to amateur and small-scale interest in steam power. Its masthead for some years described itself as, "Authentic World News on Steam Power for Cars, Launches and Small Stationary Units". The magazine was self-published by its editor John Ness Walton of Kirk Michael, Isle o ... Read »


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    • Lighthouse Digest

    • Lighthouse Digest, a specialty magazine from FogHorn Publishing in East Machias, Maine, is about maritime history with particular attention to the preservation of lighthouses and their past. Though it is geared toward enthusiasts and antiquarians in the United States, it is also quoted commonly in more academic publica ... Read »


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    • Linn's Stamp News


    • Live Steam & Outdoor Railroading (magazine)


    • Locomotive, Railway Carriage & Wagon Review


    • Lost Treasure (magazine)

    • Lost Treasure is an American magazine, found both online and in print, which describes lost treasures and different methods and items used finding them. Examples are lost mines, and valuables lost through wars, theft, or forgetfulness. The magazine is published on a monthly basis and includes tests of various metal det ... Read »


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    • Make (magazine)

    • Make:

      Make (or MAKE) is an American bimonthly magazine published by Maker Media which focuses on do it yourself (DIY) and/or DIWO (Do It With Others) projects involving computers, electronics, robotics, metalworking, woodworking and other disciplines. The magazine is marketed to people who enjoy making things and features co ... Read »


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    • Mary Beth's Bean Bag World


    • Meccano Magazine

    • Meccano Magazine

      Meccano Magazine was an English monthly hobby magazine published by Meccano Ltd between 1916 and 1963, and by other publishers between 1963 and 1981. The magazine was initially created for Meccano builders, but it soon became a general hobby magazine aimed at "boys of all ages". The magazine was launched by Frank ... Read »


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    • Missouri Conservationist

    • Missouri Conservationist

      The Missouri Conservationist is a monthly periodical published by the Missouri Department of Conservation. It was first published in 1938 by the department's predecessor, the Missouri Conservation Commission. The magazine focuses on educating the general public on issues pertaining to the conservation and management of ... Read »


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    • Model Airplane News

    • Model Airplane News is a monthly magazine focusing upon the hobby of radio control airplanes. Model Airplane News reviews radio control aircraft from backyard flyers, to giant scale airplanes, and features how-to articles, product reviews, modeling technology, and construction projects. Model Airplane News was lau ... Read »


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    • Model Aviation

    • This article is about the periodical of the United States' national aeromodeling organization. For information on the history of model aircraft, please see Model aircraft. Model Aviation is the monthly full-color publication written, prepared and distributed by the Academy of Model Aeronautics beginning in 1936 and es ... Read »


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    • Model Engineer

    • Model Engineer

      Model Engineer Magazine was first published (in the United Kingdom) to support the hobby of model engineering in 1898 by Percival Marshall, who was to remain its editor for over 50 years. It has been published by MyTime Media since 2008. The magazine addressed the emergence of a new hobby — the construction of mod ... Read »


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    • Model Engineers' Workshop


    • Model Rocketry (magazine)

    • Model Rocketry

      Model Rocketry was an American hobbyist magazine published from October 1968 to February 1972. The Editor and Publisher was George J. Flynn and the Managing Editor was Gordon K. Mandell. Other members of the editorial and business staffs, some of whom held several positions at various times during the years the magazin ... Read »


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    • Modern Electrics

    • Modern Electrics

      Modern Electrics was a technical magazine for the amateur radio experimenter. The magazine existed between 1908 and 1914. Modern Electrics was created by Hugo Gernsback and began publication in April 1908. The magazine was initially intended to provide mail-order information for radio parts and to promote the amateur ... Read »


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    • Modern Electronics

    • Modern Electronics

      Modern Electronics was a hobbyist magazine published from October 1984 to March 1991. It became Computer Craft in April 1991 and the name changed again to MicroComputer Journal in January 1994. Modern Electronics, Inc. was owned by CQ Communications, Inc, the publishers of CQ Amateur Radio. Art Salsberg was Editor-in- ... Read »


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    • Modern Railways

    • Modern Railways

      Modern Railways is a British monthly magazine covering the rail transport industry which was published by Ian Allan until March 2012, and Key Publishing since then. It has been published since 1962. It has always been targeted at both railway professionals and serious amateurs, an aim which derives from its origins as ... Read »


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    • National Geographic Adventure (magazine)

    • National Geographic Adventure

      National Geographic Adventure was a magazine started in 1999 by the National Geographic Society in the United States. The first issue was published in Spring 1999. Regular publication of the magazine ended in December 2009, and the name was reused for a biannual newsstand publication. The last issue was December 2009/J ... Read »


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    • Neueuhren

    • NeueUhren.de

      NeueUhren.de is a German-language special-interest magazine that is aimed at lovers of mechanical watches and current state-of-the-art high-precision technology of time measurement. However, it is not published in print but exclusively on the internet. The magazine only provides information about new mechanical watche ... Read »


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    • Nikoli

    • Nikoli (ニコリ, nikori) Co., Ltd. is a Japanese publisher that specializes in games and, especially, logic puzzles. Nikoli is also the nickname of a quarterly magazine (whose full name is Puzzle Communication Nikoli) issued by the company in Tokyo.Nikoli was established in 1980 and became prominent worldwid ... Read »


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    • Non-Sport Update

    • Editor-in-Chief Alan Biegel Categories Entertainment Frequency Bi-Monthly Publisher Beckett Media Year founded 1991 Country United States Based in Dallas, TX Language English Website nonsportupdate.com
    • 'Non-Sport Update'

      Non-Sport Update (sometimes abbreviated as NSU) is a magazine founded by Roxanne Toser Non-Sport Enterprises, Inc. for collectors of non-sport and entertainment trading cards. Subjects that appear on these types of trading cards are television and movie properties, comic book characters, music icons, product parodies, ... Read »


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    • Nuts and Volts

    • Nuts and Volts is a monthly American magazine for the hands-on hobbyist, design engineer, technician, and experimenter. It has been published by T&L Publications since 1980 and leans heavily toward microcontroller and digital electronics projects. The magazine is based in Corona, California. The primary issue of Nuts ... Read »


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    • Old man (magazine)

    • Old man

      old man was a bimonthly magazine published by the Union of Swiss Short Wave Amateurs as the membership journal of the organization. The magazine covered topics related to amateur radio. The magazine was published with articles in three languages: German, Italian, and French. The magazine drew its subscription base prim ... Read »


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    • Outdoor Life

    • Outdoor Life

      Outdoor Life is an outdoors magazine about camping, fishing, hunting, and survival. It is a sister magazine of Field & Stream. Together with Sports Afield, they are considered the Big Three of American outdoor publishing by Money (magazine). Outdoor Life was launched in Denver, Colorado in January 1898. Founder and Edi ... Read »


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    • PPC Journal

    • PPC Journal was an early hobbyist computer magazine, originally targeted at users of HP's first programmable calculator, the HP-65. It originated as 65 Notes and the first issue was published in 1974. It later changed names in 1978 to PPC Journal and in 1981 to PPC Calculator Journal. The founder of the PPC (Personal ... Read »


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    • The Print Collector's Quarterly


    • QEX

    • QEX is a bimonthly magazine published by the American Radio Relay League. The magazine covers topics related to amateur radio and radiocommunication experimentation. The magazine features advanced technical articles on the theory, design, and construction of radio antennas and equipment. The magazine is published in En ... Read »


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    • Radio News

    • News broadcasting is the medium of broadcasting of various news events and other information via television, radio or internet in the field of broadcast journalism. The content is usually either produced locally in a radio studio or television studio newsroom, or by a broadcast network. It may also include additional m ... Read »


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    • ReadyMade (magazine)

    • ReadyMade (or Ready Made) was a California, United States, bimonthly magazine which focused on do-it-yourself (DIY) projects involving interior design, making furniture, home improvement, sewing, metalworking, woodworking and other disciplines. It also focused on sustainable design, independent music and DIY culture. T ... Read »


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    • Reef Hobbyist Magazine

    • Reef Hobbyist Magazine, founded in 2007 in California, is a reef-focused magazine that teaches hobbyists of all levels how to succeed at reef-keeping. The magazine is published in print in the U.S. and is also available online for free to hobbyists through its website. There is also a Chinese version published for read ... Read »


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    • Shipwright (annual)

    • Shipwright is a specialist ship-modelling annual published by Conway Publishing. Its full title is Shipwright: The International Annual of Maritime History & Ship Modelmaking. The first edition Shipwright 2010 was published in November 2009, yet its heritage stems back to 1972, when it first appeared in a quarterl ... Read »


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    • Silicon Chip

    • An integrated circuit or monolithic integrated circuit (also referred to as an IC, a chip, or a microchip) is a set of electronic circuits on one small flat piece (or "chip") of semiconductor material, normally silicon. The integration of large numbers of tiny transistors into a small chip resulted in circuits that are ... Read »


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    • Soviet Philatelist

    • Soviet Philatelist
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      Soviet Philatelist or Sovetskii Filatelist was a Soviet central philatelic magazine published in 1922–1932 by the All-Russian Society of Philatelists. For a number of years, in 1925 and in 1928–1932, its name was changed to Soviet Collector or Sovetskii Kollektsioner. By 1922, shortly after the Civil War ... Read »


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    • The Stamp-Collector's Magazine


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    • Start Art magazine

    • Start Art was first published in 2005 by The Artists’ Publishing Company, based in Tenterden, Kent. Issue 1 was published in the Autumn of 2005; Issues 2 and 3 were published in 2006; and Issue 4 in 2007. It is a ‘how-to’ magazine for newcomers to drawing and painting, offering guidance and encouragement ... Read »


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    • Storm Track

    • Storm tracks are the relatively narrow zones in seas and oceans where storms travel driven by the prevailing winds. The Atlantic and Pacific have storm tracks along which most Atlantic or Pacific extratropical cyclones or tropical cyclones travel. The storm tracks usually begin in the westernmost parts of Atlantic and ... Read »


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    • Tactical Knives

    • Tactical Knives (ISSN 1079-865X) was a knife magazine that was published six times per year by Harris Publications. The magazine had its headquarters in New York City.It directly focused on those who actually carry and use knives as opposed to collectors. Typical articles included reviews about knives intended for hunt ... Read »


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    • Le Timbre-Poste

    • Le Timbre-Poste was the first French language philatelic magazine. It was published by Jean-Baptiste Moens of Brussels from 1863 to 1900. Le Timbre Fiscal was included as a supplement from volume 17 of 1879 and incorporated from January 1897 when the whole was renamed Le Timbre-Poste et Le Timbre Fiscal. After Moens re ... Read »


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    • Timbres magazine

    • Timbres magazine is a French monthly magazine about philately and stamp collecting. It was established in 2000 by the merger of three previous publications: Timbroscopie and Timbroloisirs, both from the philatelic publisher Timbropresse, and Le Monde des philatélistes, from the Le Monde group. In the 2000s, it was ... Read »


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    • Toothpick bulletin

    • The Toothpick Bulletin is the official publication of the National Toothpick Holder Collectors' Society. 10 issues are published per year. The Bulletin, edited by Neila Bredehoft, St. Louisville, Ohio, features a variety of informative articles related to toothpick holder collecting; including identification of patter ... Read »


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    • Tropical Fish Hobbyist

    • Tropical Fish Hobbyist Magazine (abbreviated as TFH Magazine) is a bi-monthly magazine geared to hobbyist keepers of tropical fish, with news and information on a variety of topics including: Care & Maintenance, Aquascaping, Husbandry, Health and Breeding, Species Reports, Aquarium Technology, Aquarium Science, Explora ... Read »


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    • Tuff Stuff

    • Tuff Stuff is a magazine publishing prices for trading cards and collectibles from a variety of sports. The magazine was launched in April 1984 by store owner Ernie White, who named the magazine for his ability to offer the "tough stuff" to find in his store and to write about in the magazine. The magazine was origina ... Read »


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    • Warpstone (magazine)

    • Warpstone was an independent magazine that covers the topic of Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay. The magazine was in circulation between 1996 to 2014. Warpstone was an unofficial warhammer magazine. Launched in 1996 by John Foody and John Keane, it featured reviews of official products, interviews, comment pieces, and fan-w ... Read »


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    • WildBird

    • WildBird was a bimonthly magazine about birding or birdwatching in North America, Central America and South America. It was published by BowTie Inc. WildBird was founded in 1987, as a monthly magazine and changed to every other month in 2000. BowTie Inc. published it from the Irvine, California, office. The Statem ... Read »


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    • WineMaker Magazine

    • WineMaker Magazine is an American magazine, particularly concerned with the process of home winemaking. The magazine is published six times annually from offices in Manchester Village, Vermont.WineMaker was launched in 1999 and each issue includes wine recipes, how-to projects and advice columns.WineMaker magazine also ... Read »


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    • Wood (magazine)

    • WOOD is a magazine catering to the home and hobby woodworker with more than 350,000 subscribers. It publishes seven regular issues annually (December/January, March, May, July, September, October, and November). It has the highest circulation of any woodworking magazine in the world. WOOD was founded in 1984 on the pr ... Read »


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    • WorldRadio

    • WorldRadio

      WorldRadio was a monthly amateur radio enthusiast magazine published in Asheville, North Carolina,United States from July, 1971 to November, 2008. The magazine was published in English and drew its subscription base primarily from the United States of America and Canada, although it had subscribers around the world. Th ... Read »


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    • Yuraku

    • Yuraku was the first philatelic magazine published in Japan. The first edition was issued in Tokyo on 16 July 1914 under the editorship of Meguro Kimura. It was the organ of The Yurakukai (Philatelic Society of Japan). It continued until at least Volume 9, 1922. ... Read »


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