Commodore mags

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rossi46

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I just sold the remaining Commodore User mags on eBay.

I have a question, though. How come I had huge interest in the CU mags, yet the Your Commodores and the other C64 mags went unsold?

Are the CUs rare?

I also have about a meeeeeelion CU Amiga mags, too. Do you reckon they would be worth saving from the cruel Recycling Machine?
 

shem

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Re: Commodore mags

well yo know what evil bay is like if you get 2 people in a bidding war

dont recycle them someone will take them off your hands at least scan them in for preservation it is history after all and once they are gone it's too late
 

chiark

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Re: Commodore mags

'cos I wrote for them occasionally, that's why :)
(And Amiga Computing, too)
 

SkydivinGirl

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Re: Commodore mags

I agree that you should not destroy them unless they have been scanned and shared for preservation purposes. I would actually take them off your hands if the shipping would not kill me. I've got some books, manuals and magazines that I'm going to scan eventually.

Take care,

Heather
 
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