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    How The Old Bodybuilding Magazines Used To Look Like

    I don't know how many of you are magazines collectors, but I used to be, at least in my country. However, I just found out some pics with some old bodybuilding magazines from the 50's that thought that it would be cool to share.

    Health and Strength 1944 - 1950

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    Health and Strength 1951:

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    Full link with pictures here: http://imgur.com/a/I5shY

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    Re: How The Old Bodybuilding Magazines Used To Look Like

    Those are super cool I collect old books and news papers




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    Re: How The Old Bodybuilding Magazines Used To Look Like

    I too collect old magazines, but nowadays my budget is very tight. There are a lot of ebay sellers, but their prices are more for the American buyers (or for the buyers from the Western Europe). I really can't afford to pay more than $25 per magazine (plus shipping), no matter how cool it is.




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    Re: How The Old Bodybuilding Magazines Used To Look Like

    Quote Originally Posted by 111kg View Post
    I too collect old magazines, but nowadays my budget is very tight. There are a lot of ebay sellers, but their prices are more for the American buyers (or for the buyers from the Western Europe). I really can't afford to pay more than $25 per magazine (plus shipping), no matter how cool it is.
    What kind of magazine? Can you post some links?




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    Re: How The Old Bodybuilding Magazines Used To Look Like

    Great share, mate! Thanks.




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    Re: How The Old Bodybuilding Magazines Used To Look Like

    Very cool. I have collected them on and off over the years and have some old ones from the 1940s.


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    Re: How The Old Bodybuilding Magazines Used To Look Like

    Quote Originally Posted by underbody View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 111kg View Post
    I too collect old magazines, but nowadays my budget is very tight. There are a lot of ebay sellers, but their prices are more for the American buyers (or for the buyers from the Western Europe). I really can't afford to pay more than $25 per magazine (plus shipping), no matter how cool it is.
    What kind of magazine? Can you post some links?
    Just go to ebay.com and you'll find a lot. Unfortunately, I don't have any pictures with my collection, as they are at home, 300 km away and my dad isn't really good with smartphones.

    But my favorite magazine is an old one signed by the legend, Mike Mentzer himself.




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    Re: How The Old Bodybuilding Magazines Used To Look Like

    Quote Originally Posted by 111kg View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by underbody View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 111kg View Post
    I too collect old magazines, but nowadays my budget is very tight. There are a lot of ebay sellers, but their prices are more for the American buyers (or for the buyers from the Western Europe). I really can't afford to pay more than $25 per magazine (plus shipping), no matter how cool it is.
    What kind of magazine? Can you post some links?
    Just go to ebay.com and you'll find a lot. Unfortunately, I don't have any pictures with my collection, as they are at home, 300 km away and my dad isn't really good with smartphones.

    But my favorite magazine is an old one signed by the legend, Mike Mentzer himself.
    Ok thanks! But could you tell me some names?
    I know only muscular development and flex magazine. Do you know anymore?






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