Nation's Attic 2024 Diving Into History

1953 The Skin Diver Magazine Entire Year

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Start price: $50

Estimated price: $200 - $400

Buyer's premium: 20%

Sales Tax: On the lot's price and buyer's premium

This is an entire one-year run of the iconic The Skin Diver magazine from 1953. Notes on each issue condition are below.

-January –excellent, 16 pages

-February – mailing crease down vertical center, mailing label and stamp with tape on back left & right edge, front very nice, 20 pages

-March – excellent, 16 pages

-April – mailing crease down vertical center, remnants of mailing label, stamp, tape on back, front nice, 16 pages.

-May – vertical mailing fold line, original mailing label on back, back left edge otherwise very nice, 20 pages

-June – excellent condition, stamped mailing address on back, 3 small UCLA stamps on front, 24 pages

-July – stamped mailing address on back, some creasing front and back, overall nice, 24 pages.

-August – vertical center mailing crease, stamped address on back, back has small writing noting names and circle around one image, front has faint pencil marks on top left, 28 pages.

-September – vertical mailng crease, some wear on back, otherwise good, 20 pages

-October – excellent condition, 24 pages

-November – 3 hole punch on left edge, otherwise very nice , 24 pages.

-December –excellent, 24 pages.

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