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  • 28 pages 
  • 21cm x 29.5cm 
  • Published in London, 2018 

The Ephemerist magazine is an illustrated quarterly journal with a reputation as a source of expert information on all aspects of ephemera. It brings together new writing by academics and collectors offering insights into their own specialist areas of expertise.


This edition offers a snapshot into the breadth and quality of printed ephemera that lies in public and private collections. In short: it’s more than just stuff.


In this issue:


  • 21 reasons why Worthing should have a public library
  • Biedermeier friendship cards
  • Sappho to suffrage: women who dared
  • Wilhelm Busch: forefather of the comic strip
  • Plus regular favourites Mrs Pepys’ Diary, Members’ Corner and Notes & Queries
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