Northwood, Middlesex, England: The Ephemera Society and Centre for Ephemera Studies, 2011. Softcover. VG (one corner slightly bumped). Yellow & pictorial stapled wraps, 32 pp., color & BW illus. English collector Patrick Hickman-Robertson describes how he first came to collect magazines as a hobby ... and then how he had to decide what to do with the bulk of the 20,000 of them, years later. Includes many cover photos of some of his items. Any collector of anything can relate to his dilemma. Scarce.
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