Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Vintage Tuesdays; Bunty Magazine

A friend of mine was recently clearing out her mum house and she found a whole bunch of vintage magazines. Since I love vintage magazines, she lent them to me and I think they are so great that they need to be preserved by scanning them in and shared with you guys! There are quite a few so instead of boring everyone with a massive post, every tuesday I will share some scans from a vintage book or magazine.

First up is Bunty, a comic for girls with lots of stories in comic strip form. This one is from February 7th 1976.


Only the front and the back cover are printed in colour. I think the printing look like someone coloured in the picture.


On the back cover is a cut out paper doll. I'm really glad little girl Laura didn't cut out the dolls because I like seeing the illustrations of the fashions.



Finding all these old magazines almost makes me want to keep my collection of Vogue magazines, that I have been contemplating throwing away. They take up a lot of space and I don't really look at them much. But then I love looking at old magazines and seeing how things have changed. Maybe the answer is to keep a select few and give the rest away.

What do you think? Do you keep old magazines? Do you have any really old ones that someone else kept?

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