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W4GJG
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« on: November 15, 2008, 12:01:23 PM »

 Hello.I'm not a ham guy,but I had a late uncle that was.In fact,I'm using his old handle to sign in.He had a big collection of Radio and Ham magazines when he died.I inherited his house and I'm wondering if there's any intrest in these mag's.I have some old one's.Some CQ from 1957-1970.QST from 1937-1982 and others of different names.I'd love to hear from anybody that would be interested in these mags.My e-mail address is rks@centurytel.net.I would love to sell these to someone that is interested.
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KU4UV
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« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2008, 11:04:37 AM »

You might try posting them on eBay or getting in touch with a ham friend or local ham radio club and seeing if they would be willing to either buy them or take them off of your hands if you are just looking to get rid of them.  It seems like old ham radio magazines just become outdated and most hams aren't really interested in them.  ARRL members can now even search old QST articles online.  Unlike Playboy magazine, old ham radio magazines unfortunately don't get better with age.

Mike KU4UV
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