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February 1967 February 1976 February 1986 February 1996 February 2006
vol.14, no 2 vol.23, no 2 vol.33, no 2 vol.43, no 2 vol.53, no 2
Cover Helen Kirk
Playmate Kim Farber
Interview Mark Lane
Pictorials Girls of Casino Royale
Cover Jill De Vries
Playmate Laura Lyons
Interview James Caan
Pictorials Marisa Berenson
Cover Cherie Witter
Playmate Julie McCullough
Interview Michael Douglas
20 Questions Anthony Pellicano
Pictorials Women of Alaska
  The Year In Sex
Cover Leslie Nielsen et al
Playmate Konaluhiole Carmack
Interview Bruce Willis
20 Questions Harry Wu
Pictorials Raye Hollitt aka ZAP
  Leslie Nielsen et al
Cover Adrianne Curry
Playmate Cassandra Lynn
Interview Al Franken
20 Questions Hugh Laurie
Pictorials Kissed by The Tuscan Sun
  Adrianne Curry
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Vintage Playboy Mags which were originally published the month and year of a friend or relative's birth make for great and memorable birthday gifts.
Of course it doesn't have to be a gift, it may just be for yourself. After all, Playboy Magazines can be a snapshot of events that were happening in the world at the time. They are also widely collected. Interested in owning or gifting an edition of this iconic magazine? Remember, they are filled with lots of period adverts, articles, cartoons, comic strips, jokes, interviews, social commentary, quality fiction, photographs, illustrations and . . . pin-ups.
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Steve JobsFeb 1985
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Bill GatesJuly 1994