Frequently Asked Questions F.A.Q.
Q: How are your magazines graded?
Very Good – A lightly used, clean copy of the magazine. There may be faint signs of age.
Good – A copy with mild signs of use and age. Possible damage could include a small crease or two, minimal spine separation, minor soiling to the back cover. Perfectly suitable for gift giving.
Fair – A well-read magazine that is still readable. May have a tear or chip to the cover. May be slightly water damaged.
All magazines may have an address label on the front cover. These are usually on the bottom of the page that in no way detract from the front image.