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30 Jan
1:15pm, 30 Jan 2020
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♪♫ Synge ♪♫
This has been mentioned already by Greppers and Goofee (it’s not embarrassing owning up to collecting something if someone else does it too!): Wisdens. Every one back to 1963, the year I was born.

I started in 1976, when I became aware of them. When I was a student, I bought the softback editions because they were cheaper, but then eBay came along and I replaced them with hardbacks. Then I backfilled to 1963. I daren’t buy any earlier ones, because then the madness will take over and I’ll spend more than I can afford to 😮
22 Feb
7:34am, 22 Feb 2020
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GregP
Slightly off topic but does anyone else find themselves ‘accidentally’ keeping all their copies of National Geographic?
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22 Feb
10:36am, 22 Feb 2020
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D2
Yep, though I have now given mine to my son. ;)
22 Feb
11:06am, 22 Feb 2020
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♪♫ Synge ♪♫
I have been debating whether to try and re-acquire copies of all the editions that had maps of the US states as supplements some time in the early/mid 1970s. Hmm, now what’s that auction site called again?
22 Feb
11:09am, 22 Feb 2020
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Lizzie W
I have nearly the full set of Blue Peter annuals 1-25 (collected pre auction sites). T9 is enjoying them!

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