Playboy Magazine - April 1970 - GIRLS OF ISRAEL - features listed
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MA item number 4042
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This item is one of several different, somewhat vintage, highly collectable, adult magazines, which we are offering here on this week. All are complete and in the condition indicated below (please refer to the condition definitions residing at the end of this listing). Priced to sell, they are ready to join yours or that special someone's private adult library.
Complete Title: Playboy - Entertainment For Men
Construction: Soft Covers / Stapled Spine
Published Date: April 1970
Publisher: HMH Publishing Co., Inc.
3 PLAYBILL 9 DEAR PLAYBOY 23 PLAYBOY AFTER HOURS 49 THE PLAYBOY ADVISOR 53 THE PLAYBOY FORUM 63 PLAYBOY INTERVIEW: DR. MARY CALDERONE—candid conversation 80 BLACK SHYLOCK—fiction LOUIS AUCHINCLOSS 86 OUR MORTGAGED FUTURE—article JAMES CLAYTON 89 FOR A MODERATE MAJORITY—article JOSIAH LEE AUSPITZ 91 BUNNY MYRA: SHE'S ENTITLED—pictorial 96 THE GROOMING BOOM—accouterments 99 DEAR OLD FRIEND—fiction JOHN D. MAC DONALD 100 FURRY'S BLUES—memoir STANLEY BOOTH 105 PLAYBOY'S SPRING & SUMMER FASHION FORECAST—attire ROBERT L. GREEN 116 NORTH TO ALASKA—playboy's playmate of the month 124 PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES—humor126 THE BILINGUAL PLEASURES OF MONTREAL—travel 133 SPORTS HUSTLERS—article BARRY ROSENBERG 134 THE LAND OF A MILLION ELEPHANTS—fiction ASA BABER 138 GIRLS OF ISRAEL—pictorial essay 151 DR. OTTO MATIC, I PRESUME—article CRAIG VETTER 153 CHECKMATE—ribald classic MARGARET Of NAVARRE 155 CLASS WITH GLASS—modern living 159 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY—fiction RICHARD MATHESON 161 THE GREAT CAMPUS MANHUNT—article MAX GUNTHER 163 WORD PLAY—satire ROBERT CAROLA 164 MAN AND THE IDEA—humor ALPHONSE NORMANDIA 182 ON THE SCENE—personalitiesGeneral Condition: Very Fine (Please see definitions below)
Shipping Weight: 2 Lbs.
Shipper's Zip Code: 97217
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INDUSTRY STANDARD CONDITION DEFINITIONS:
MINT: Completely flawless in every way. As a buyer would expect the item to be if it were new fresh from the printer's production line.
NEAR MINT: The next best thing to mint condition. No visible defects at all.
VERY FINE: A new looking copy with slight visible signs of wear. It will have full cover gloss, tight unmarked bindings, untarnished staples (if present), and sharp corners, no marks from "thumbing" or reading. This grade reflects an effort by the first owner to protect the item's newsstand condition, and can contain 1 or 2 minor defects from being shipped, or shelved, or may have 1 or 2 such things as light "rubbing" from movement during shipping or small spine stresses All pages must be clean flat and sharp, Covers must look virtually flawless.
FINE: A sincere effort has been made to preserve an item graded as Fine, however there still might be noticeable areas of rubbing, almost imperceptible soiling, slight chafing along the spine, or a date written on the cover. But on average these should approximate the copy you would buy off a newsstand or receive that have suffered more than normal wear and tear during shipping. The cover and spine might show wear, but there are no large folds, tears or peeling. The cover might have a small corner bend, a slight loss of gloss, finger creases from being read or handled, light cover soiling or rub marks, and no tarnished staples (if present). Even though the pages inside maybe mint, the cover must be very good.
GOOD: This grade indicates an item that has been handled significantly as by a polite reader. There might be slight moisture damage, rusted staples (if present), heavy spine-wear, missing subscription cards or inserts, or minor tape repairs. The cover shows fading or scratches and has lost its' gloss.
FAIR: This grade indicates serious damage, a loose or detached cover, tape repairs, water damage, one or more large folds or tears in the cover, heavy soiling, writing on the cover, or missing subscription insert cards or pages.
POOR: This grade indicates extreme damage to the covers and / or the interior pages which may include missing portions or defacing.