Can You Donate Some EGM Magazines?

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Mar 19, 2008
  1. Phillyman
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    I am currently looking for people to donate Electronic Gaming Monthly magazines. If anyone has the following issues laying around collecting dust, it would be greatly appreciated if you could donate them. I can only pay for shipping costs, but know that your magazines are going to a good cause. Below is a list of the EGM magazines that are still needed. We are looking for complete issues that are in decent shape.


    1989 - Missing All Issues (1-5)
    1990 - Missing 10 Issues (6-8, 10-12, 14-17)
    1991 - Missing 3 Issues (20, 23, 27)
    1992 - Acquired!
    1993 - Missing 1 Issue (44)
    1994 - Acquired!
    1995 - Missing 3 Issues (67, 68, 77)
    1996 - Acquired!
    1997 - Missing 1 Issue (95)
    1998 - Acquired!
    1999 - Missing 4 Issues (114, 120, 121, 122)

    2000-2003 Are not of a concern at this time

    Click Here! to see what the covers of those missing issues look like.

    Again, Any help is GREATLY appreciated [​IMG]
     
  2. Psyfira

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    I have 114 with Cartman on the front (only one I've got, what are the chances?). Not willing to part with it but I can scan it for you if you can't find one elsewhere (better than nothing?). As a side note it looks like there were 4 separate covers if that's of any interest to you.
     
  3. Phillyman
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    If your willing to scan the magazine that would be great, that is why I am asking for them in the first place [​IMG] , I am scanning roughly 2 EGM's per day at the moment, I will set you up a FTP account to upload the scans to. Just go ahead and scan it at the native resolution and a DPI of 300, I know the images will be about 2-3mb in size, but I can resize them down on my end

    Thanks
     

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