HELIOS SONNENSTRAHL 1955 #58 German Naturist mag

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 16,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction
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HELIOS - SONNENSTRAHL

(nudism naturist magazine, revue naturiste, rivista naturista, revista naturista, akt fkk freikörperkultur)

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DESCRIPTION PHOTOS - OTHER INFORMATION:
Beautiful German naturist, nudism magazine HELIOS - Sonnenstrahl with many beautiful photos. Issued in October 1955 #58 complete with 42 pages in size 6 ½ x 9 ¼ inches. Published by Rudolf Zitzmann Verlag - Lauf bei Nürnberg. Unabhängige Monatsschrift für naturnahe Lebenskultur. With gorgeous full page photos of nude men and women. Photographers in this magazine are Rudolf Betz Bavaria, H. Clausing Bavaria, Walter Haus, Hans E. Koessler, Werner Loges, Hajo Ortil, Irmgard Richter, Wilhelm Schmalstich, Erika Schmachtenberger, Werner Schmölke, Dr. A. Schultze Naumburg, Karl Streimelweger, Susanne Mauritius and Hans Zeidler.

CONDITION:
This magazine is in good condition.
Showing some minor browning at the edges.
With many sensual full page photos which would look great when framed.

SHIPPING COSTS:
General note:
Costs for shipping depends on weight of the individual magazine(s) including solid packaging . This magazine including the package material has a weight over 190gram. Within the European Union:
Shipping costs for this magazine is US$ 5.50. To Australia, Asia, Canada, the U.S.A. or other countries outside the European Union:
Shipping costs for this magazine is US$ 9.50.

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