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<< Argosy Quarterly (1990-) >>

Genre: Adventure
Category: Semi-pro
Issue List: Complete
Publication: Ceased
Publishers: Richard Kyle Pub.; Coppervale Intl.
Editors:
See also The Argosy (1888-1979).

Origin of the numbering unknown.
--Gordon, March 9, 2003

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FictionMags: Argosy 1330 issues.
Skipped 1330 FictionMags issues of Argosy from 1873-1973
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8 total issues.
1330 Matching FictionMag issues. 0 Partial matched FictionMag issues. 0 Unmatched FictionMag issues.
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