A beautifully preserved copy of POPULAR SCIENCE magazine from January 1952 the featured stories are How a One-Armed Bandit Works (Slot machine mechanics explained) and The army's new "wearable" helicopter. Front cover is stained from storage, but only the cover is affected, the articles inside are perfectly preserved for hours of and hours of browsing and reading in your shop, garage, or man cave.
Fascinating articles from the dawn of atomic energy, fuel injection, DIY American know-how, and nuclear waste. Post-War America at its finest, lots of great automobile, cigarette, and men's care product advertisements inside. Hours of fascinating reading and browsing at your fingertips. Smell the history, or maybe that's garage smell, but still... Mmmm mmmm, history.
Back from the time when science leapt forward in scary, giant steps! Back when making bomb shelters, changing your own oil, and planning and building a brick BBQ in the backyard were still in the American handyman's vernacular. You too will be astounded at the content within this copy of POPULAR SCIENCE from January 1952. Still reading? Well there's more!
You will received one issue, it shall be sandwiched between stiff cardboard to protect it on its journey to your reading room for hours of browsing and intelligent conversation after.
We have acquired a small hoard of these Science magazines from the 1940s and 1950s. Check back for new listings often.
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