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« on: July 14, 2006, 08:36:46 pm »
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I am always looking for rare out of print treasure hunting books. The older the better! If you have anything of interest for sale please drop me a line. I'm e.g. looking for old Spanish and European accounts on lost shipwrecks that are pre 1850.



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« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2006, 08:56:50 am »
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I don't want to sell them !
But!
Over the yrs, I have bought several collections of TH'ing and Old West Magazines.
Some are actual,  Vol. 1's No.1 (rare)
I'd be glad to look up infomation for you, if you know the magazine that your story appeared in!
IE:
Desert Magazine .... Nov. 1969
Subj.    Death Valley Issue  (40 pgs)
    15 Back Country Trips
OR!
Long John Latham's
Lost Treasure.....Dec. 1975    Vol. 1  No.1    66 pgs
Subj.     New Mexico's 17-ton Gold Hoard
OR!
Subj.     Sunken Gold Off Virginia   (Same issue)
Whats "U" got ?
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