Odd magazine covers

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I’ve got lots of oddball magazines in my collection.  Here are the covers of some of them.  (And let’s see how terribly I can lay them out, too.)

The great Harvard Lampoon
Heckler's Tales. Good stories about a guy's adventures as a chronic heckler.
Riverwurst Comics
Inside Joke... get it? Me either.
The Partisan. Newspaper of the ever popular Peace and Freedom Party.
Snuff It, tool of the globalist depopulation agenda

World War Two ration stamp booklet

Every Friday I will upload scans and photos of items in my collectibles inventory.  Many of these items will be listed at http://www.bonanza.com/booths/zenoizen

Front of book.

War ration books are fairly common items in antique stores and on eBay.  But, because they are printed on cheap paper, they tend to be in terrible condition and they also often have many of their stamps removed.

This booklet is in pretty good shape, though.

Some of the stamps inside the booklet.
Back of the book.

Masonic memorabilia: Order of the Amaranth membership card

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Front side of membership card.
Back side of card.

I got this card in amongst a random batch that I bought on eBay.  Oddly, old Masonic membership cards go cheap.  They average about $3 each on eBay.

The Order of the Amaranth is a Freemasonry spin-off that allows women in and also probably has minimal involvement in running the world.

Wayfarers Chapel postcards

Every Friday I will upload scans and photos of items in my collectibles inventory.  Many of these items will be listed for sale at http://www.bonanza.com/booths/zenoizen

2 photos, 1 chapel

Wayfarers Chapel postcards
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayfarers_Chapel

Same postcard manufacturer, same chapel.  Yet, two different photographs.  Details in the photos make it obvious that the pictures were taken on completely different days.

Different editions from the same postcard manufacturer.