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July 1966 July 1971 July 1980 July 1992 July 2002
vol.13, no 7 vol.18, no 7 vol.27, no 7 vol.39, no 7 vol.49, no 7
Cover In The Swim
Playmate Tish Howard
Interview Ralph Ginzburg
Pictorials Ursula Andress
   
Cover Kay Sutton York
Playmate Heather Van Every
Interview John Cassavetes
Pictorials The Porn is Green
  Natividad Abascal
    Linda Evans
Cover Sandra Dumas
Playmate Teri Peterson
Interview Bruce Jenner
20 Questions George Hamilton
Pictorials Hawaii's Treasures
  Find The Perfect 10
Cover Pamela Anderson
Playmate Amanda Hope
Interview Michael Keaton
20 Questions Nicole Kidman
Pictorials Kicks On Route 66
  Madonna
    Med-Alert!
Cover Girl Next Door:
Playmate Lauren Anderson
Interview Fred Durst
20 Questions Chris Isaak
Pictorials Playmate Search
  Adriana
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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