I have a very large collection of "New Scientist" magazine, containing many of the (weekly) editions for the past 40 years. Around 2000 editions.
New Scientist was and remains the leading magazine for popular science, and contains reports on all of the breaking scientific developments of the period, such as the following:
The chemical constitution of moon dust collected from the moon landings.
The first mobile telephones (with rotary dials, would you believe!)
The first personal computers, including those by IBM, and the Sinclair Spectrum.
Includes one in 1984 with an article by Stephen Hawking.
The early days of the internet, including the use of "acoustic couplers" to connect your ZX80 to the phone. Who remembers "Prestel"!?
The magazines are stored in my garage and are in a fair condition, but most importantly dry.
I am happy to deliver them free of charge within 50 miles, but would want a contribution towards petrol at £0.20/mile if further afield. It is probably not cost effective to send them by courier given their weight.
I am based in north Hampshire.
Looking for around £100 for them, or nearest offer.
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