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January 1959 January 1967 January 1973 January 1988 January 1998
vol.6, no 1 vol.14, no 1 vol.20, no 1 vol.35, no 1 vol.45, no 1
Cover Playmate Collage
Playmate Virginia Gordon
Pictorials Playmate Review
   
Cover Playmate Collage
Playmate Surrey Marshe
Interview Fidel Castro
Pictorials Sex in Cinema
Playmate as Fine Art
Playmate Review
Cover Playmate Collage
Playmate Miki Garcia
Interview Carroll O'Connor
Pictorials Pete Turner's Turn-Ons
  Playmate Review
Cover Art-Deco Cityscape
Playmate Kimberley Conrad
Interview Arnold Schwarzenegger
20 Questions Susan Dey
Pictorials Kim Basinger
Return Of The Miniskirt
Playmate Review
Cover Shannon Tweed
Playmate Heather Kozar
Interview Grant Hill
20 Questions Teri Hatcher
Pictorials Shannon Tweed
Playmate Review
Pietra Thornton
The Year in Sex
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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.
A COUPLE OF QUOTABLE QUOTES
"We’ve never worried about numbers. In the market place, Apple is trying to focus the spotlight on products, because products really make a difference."
Steve JobsFeb 1985
"One thing people underestimate is how markets don't allow anyone to do anything except make better and better products. There's not much leeway."
Bill GatesJuly 1994