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    Uncle Ray's Magazine File Copies Group (Uncle Ray and Western Publishing, 1946-48) Condition: Average FN/VF. These are Western Publishing file copies of this general-interest magazine for kids (though only the last few issues of this group were published by Western Publishing). This run begins with V1#4, which is dubbed the first nationwide edition of the magazine. In all, issues V1#4-V1#10, V2#1 to V2#9, and V3#1 to V#5, plus an extra copy of V3#4 are included here. A cardboard magazine holder comes with the lot. Condition averages FN/VF, though there are a couple of low-grade copies here as well. Many of the issues have handwritten notations (of page numbers) on the back cover. A few have handwritten notes on interior pages. Not listed in Overstreet. From the Random House Archives.

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