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May 1965 May 1971 May 1987 May 1995 May 2007
vol.12, no.5 vol.18, no.5 vol.34, no 5 vol.42, no 5 vol.54, no 5
Cover   Femlin
Playmate Maria McBane
Interview Jean-Paul Sartre
Pictorials Stella Stevens
  Barbara Bouchet
Cover   Diane Davies
Playmate Janice Pennington
Interview John Wayne
Pictorials Sarah Kennedy
  Bunnies of New York
Cover Vanna White
Playmate Kymberly Paige
Interview Prince Norodom Sihanouk
20 Questions Barbara Hershey
Pictorials Melissa Prophet
  Vanna White
Cover   Nancy Sinatra
Playmate Cynthia Brown
Interview Camille Paglia
20Qs David Hasselhoff
Pictorials Jeanie Buss
Nancy Sinatra
Cover Anna Nicole Smith
Playmate Shannon James
Interview Steve Nash
20 Questions Fergie
Pictorials Remembering Anna
  American Beauties
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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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