Hello dear members,
I've come into possession of a number of old Printers' Ink monthly magazines from the 1930s, and have a mind to sell them. I am, however, unsure of their value, and have been unable to find much information on said periodical online. It seems to be a periodical regarding commerce, business and advice on advertising.
The covers for several of the magazines are beginning to peel and become detached from the binding, but the magazines are in otherwise good condition, with clean pages (about 80-90 pages each), clear print and none missing. The advertisements are full of charm and humour, and the articles an interesting reflection of the era. I'll include a few pictures of two of the magazines to this post- the covers above may be enlarged. Any advice would be greatly appreciated, and any prospective buyers are welcome to contact me via LJ or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks very much for your time.