OldLifeMagazine.Com Offers Historical Magazine for History Enthusiasts


Knoxville, TN -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/08/2013 -- OldLifeMagazine.Com, one of the well-known online historic magazines store, is offering the readers a chance to know the historical events in the US that took place ages ago through their special coverage on Life Magazine which has the record of all the pieces of information about the memorable events that took place in America.

Life magazine, considered to be one of the most sought after publication is now available with OldLifeMagzine.com. Now, buying old Life magazines that provide a different blend of current events added with the flavor of credible photojournalism has become easy. This online store helps readers who want to go through the vintage Life magazine issues. The site brings all the old issues of the Life magazine at one place.

As far as the condition of the vintage Life magazine is concerned, Mr. Chris Palmer, the owner of OldLifeMagazine.Com stated, “We try our absolute hardest to get the best magazines we can, and many of the issues we sell all but look brand new. It really amazes me sometimes when I go to buy them and I open a box or look on a shelf and they look like the day they were placed there so many years ago.”

He also said, “Not all of the ones we sell, of course, are like new but are in very nice shape. I have never judged magazines by the official rating method of Fine, Extra-Fine, Near-Mint and so on. I have always rated them on a scale of 1 to 10.”

This online store also offers a wish list to its readers, to help them in the situation the Life Magazine is out of stock. This way these can be sent when available.

About OldLifeMagazine
We sell old Life magazines for all those who wish to relish the memories of yesteryear. Life came to the world in 1883 and was similar to Puck and was published for 53 years as a general-interest light entertainment magazine, heavy on illustrations, jokes and social commentary. It featured some of the greatest writers, editors and cartoonists of its era, including Charles Dana Gibson, Norman Rockwell, and Harry Oliver. During its later years, this magazine offered brief capsule reviews and some great photographic prints.

To know more, visit http://oldlifemagazine.com