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Ebony Magazine October 1966 Colorballoo Feature Top Designers Martin Luther King For Sale
Up for offer is theOctober 1966 Ebony Magazine featuringEBONY'S Colorballo Features Top Designers onthe cover. I have included a photo of the magazine contents listed, as well as interesting articles and/or vintage advertisements that may be of interest.
EBONY'S Colorballo Features Top Designers. Colorballoo is the theme of the 1966 EBONY Fashion Fair, the perennially popular show currently touring the nation, presenting to enthusiastic audiences the newest creations by leading European designers and their American counterparts. This year the accent is on brilliant colors and shock-color combinations.
Item Description (Please read carefully): The item is in VERY GOOD Condition for a 48-year old magazine. Cover is intact, very slight rubbing,address label still on--- all162 pages included.If you have any specific questions regarding this item, please ask prior to offerding.I wrap very carefully and item is usually shipped the next day after payment is received. PLEASE LOOK AT MY OTHER sales FOR MORE VINTAGE MAGAZINES. I DO HAVE THE 1ST ISSUE OF THE "NEGRO HEROES" COMIC BOOK THAT I WILL ALSO BE LISTING!!! If you have any questions, please e-mail me. Happy offerding!
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Ebony Magazine October 1966 Colorballoo Feature Top Designers Martin Luther King: $20