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August 25, 2011 03:04PM
Is there a market for issues of TP?
I just pulled a bunch from my attic.
Re: issues
August 25, 2011 03:35PM
Check with this guy, who posted mere days ago:

[www.trouserpress.com]

In my experience, old mags of any sort are hard to give away, much less sell - I've got boxes of 'em that I think I'll just have to toss. Just can't bring myself to do it, tho, doesn't seem right...
Re: issues
August 25, 2011 03:46PM
I have the same aversion to tossing them.
Re: issues
August 25, 2011 05:27PM
I know of at least two stores in my area with back issues of TP for sale. Whether they ever unload them, I don't know. But they have them in the racks with decent prices stuck on them.

If you type in Trouser Press Magazine on Amazon, there's lots of people selling issues anywhere from $4 to $15. Don't see any in the "just give me a penny and take the damn things" category. So dealers set up on Amazon seem to think there's a market for them at fairly impressive prices for old magazines.
Re: issues
August 26, 2011 01:23AM
Is it shameful to admit I never saw, handled, or read an original TP magazine? (I was purely hooked by the record guides)
ira
Re: issues
August 26, 2011 12:45AM
i donated a complete set to the new R&R HoF library in Cleveland and they considered it a valuable gift....
Re: issues
August 26, 2011 11:09PM
to share art is priceless.
or is that, the art of sharing is priceles?



Post Edited (08-26-11 20:11)
Re: issues
August 26, 2011 11:51PM
I'm just glad people remember us so well.
Re: issues
August 27, 2011 02:35AM
One is a valuable gift.

The other is a valuable prize.


Both make me think of The Cramps. Why is that?
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