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1. No. 22 Comes from 'UNITED KINGDOM' magazine
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OZ No. 22 (Superb 1969 UK forty eight page cult magazine that set the ball rolling for so many other publications now common on newstands. Groundbreaking & intelligent, at the time deemed 'underground', it tackled issues that at the time weretaboo but are now discussed quite freely. As a guide, it makes 'Viz' look like 'The Beano'. Containing travel articles, drug advice, readers letters & much more. The magazine itself is in nice condition. The cover has begun to detach from thespine, but otherwise this copy survives with nothing more than light creasing) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 23 - Yet Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 23 - Yet Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves'

OZ No. 23 - Yet Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves (1969 UK forty eight page magazine that raised the bar in its groundbreaking and intelligent articles, but fell foul of the Obscenity laws as a result of its uncompromising adult approach to the hot topics of the time, cartoons, letters and more. This copy is in nice condition with just a couple of minor tears to the cover pages and remains a fascinating look back at the often naive times that with the 'on demand' Internet culture of today, we will never see the like of again) more...
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3. No. 26 Comes from 'UNITED KINGDOM' magazine
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OZ No. 26 (Amazing 1970 UK forty eight page adult magazine that was a pioneer for so many other publications now common on newstands. Groundbreaking & intelligent, at the time deemed 'underground', it tackled issues that were then taboo but are now discussed quite freely. This issue, replete with the usual cosmic cartoons & illustrations, has articles on Roddy McDowell [yes indeed], Women's Liberation, Extracts from Bill Levy's Journal, the Food Supply, 'Acid' movies & more. The covershows nothing but the lightest wear & the whole magazine is free from any rips or tears) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 27 - Acid Oz'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 27 - Acid Oz'

OZ No. 27 - Acid Oz (1970 UK forty eight page magazine with most of the articles inside devoted to various aspects of the truth, the hype & the mania surrounding Lysergic Acid Diethylamide in particular & drugs in general, including articles on Charles Manson, Love, Teen Idols, reviews, letters & various wonderful adult cartoons. This copy is in marvellous condition with minimal wear & no creases or tears, showing off the bizarre Robert Crumb cover to full effect!) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 28 - School Kids Issue'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 28 - School Kids Issue'

OZ No. 28 - School Kids Issue (What can be said to do justice to this issue ? Edited by a selection of twenty Secondary School pupils [including an eighteen year old Charles Shaar Murray & Deyan Sudjic], this issue & its highly sexualised RupertBear parody cartoon led up to the famous obscenity trial & even the release of a single written by John Lennon to help in their defence. The cartoon in question was created by fifteen year old schoolboy Vivian Berger by pasting the head of Rupert onto the lead character of an X-rated satirical cartoon by Robert Crumb. The forty-eight page magazine is in superb condition with no rips or tears & minimal light creasing, packed with interesting articles, controversial articles & adverts for both music releases & adult sex toys. A unique insight into the magazine that set the ball rolling for so many other publications now common on newstands. Groundbreaking & intelligent, at the time deemed 'underground', it tackled issues that at the time were taboo but are now discussed quite freely. A peculiarity of this issue was that the very people that edited it were, at the time, not legally allowed to read it!) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 29 - Female Energy'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 29 - Female Energy'

OZ No. 29 - Female Energy (1970 UK forty eight page magazine with cover 'borrowed' from the design of a certain famous washing powder of the period, featuring articles pertaining to 'Girl Power' long before the term was a twinkle in any Svengali's eye. The articles include 'New Ways With Play Clothes', 'The Kiss Of The Lash', one on Cocaine, 'The Politics Of Female Sexuality', 'Conversations with Anais Nin' & more. The issue naturally includes the usual letters, adverts & cartoons that we have all come to know and love. This copy is in wonderful condition with just a little light wear & a light centre crease to show for being over forty years old, with no staining rips or tears - Wonderful!) more...
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7. No. 3 Comes from 'UNITED KINGDOM' magazine
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OZ MAGAZINE No. 3 (Amazing 1967 UK 32-page cult magazine that set the ball rolling for so many other publications now common on newstands. Groundbreaking & intelligent, at the time deemed 'underground', it tackled issues that at the time were taboo but are now discussed quite freely. Including a 6-page article on Ken Kesey, Hippies & the psychedelic experience, an 8-page thick stock pullout on politics & much more, all housed in a superb Martin Sharp fold-out psychedelic poster cover.An unmissable insight into the heady days when London was groovy, rather than graffittied!) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 30 + Poster'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 30 + Poster'

OZ No. 30 (Dating from October 1970, this rare issue of the groundbreaking cult magazine includes both a tribute to Jimi Hendrix by Germaine Greer and the extremely rare original fold out poster with a great design by Mike McImmerney on the front& an exposé on Underground Films on the back. The rest of the forty eight pages are jam packed with articles, including travel guides & drug guides, reviews, letters & more. There is a little tearing of the cover at the staples, but this is minor, the rest of the magazine being in wonderful, suitably groovy, condition!) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 31 - 'Yippie' Oz'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 31 - 'Yippie' Oz'

OZ No. 31 - 'Yippie' Oz (1970 UK forty eight page magazine that raised the bar in its groundbreaking and intelligent articles, but fell foul of the Obscenity laws as a result of its uncompromising adult approach to the hot topics of the time. This issue has articles on politics & personalities, including Mick Jagger declaring himself an 'anarchist' on UK TV whilst at the same time staying in the exclusive Georges Cinq hotel ... hmmm. Also a useful / outrageous / irresponsible [delete according to personal viewpoint] article on the various types of 'Magic Mushroom' that one may find in the woodlands of Albion, The Female Eunuch by Germaine Greer, a Yippie Quiz, cartoons, letters and more. This copy is in wonderful condition with just a couple of minor tears to the cover pages and remains a fascinating look back at the often naive times that with the 'on demand' Internet culture of today, we will never see the like of again) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 32 - Granny's Oz'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 32 - Granny's Oz'

OZ No. 32 - Granny's Oz (This, the first issue of 1971, was subtitled the 'Emergency Issue' as its thirty six 12" pages were mostly devoted to fundraising for the obscenity trial caused by the furore surrounding issue twenty eight, but also included an interview with Muddy Waters contributed by Charles Shaar Murray, an article on 'pure' foodstuffs, American deserters in Sweden & the usual letters, adult cartoons & general whimsy. The cover on this issue has a tear on the back, but no paper loss, with the front having just one small nick at the edge. Apart from this, all contents are in fantastic condition with each page still in the same condition as the day it was printed. A marvellous forty year old history book of sorts in superb condition, a fitting companion to issue twenty eight!) more...
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11. No. 33 Comes from 'UNITED KINGDOM' magazine
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OZ No. 33 (Rare 1971 UK forty eight page magazine that set the ball rolling for so many other publications now common on newstands. Groundbreaking & intelligent, at the time deemed 'underground', it tackled issues that were then taboo but are nowdiscussed quite freely. Amongst the goodies in this issue are many related to anarchy & other popular Underground themes of the time, the avoidance of violence, Buddy Holly, Tim Leary, alternative uses for farm animals & more, along with theusual cartoons, letters & period adverts, including one on the back for the Gala Benefit for the obscenity trial. This copy is in wonderful condition with minimal wear or creasing & no rips or tears, incredible for forty year old paper goods!) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 34 - A Parents Guide To Drug Abuse'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 34 - A Parents Guide To Drug Abuse'

OZ No. 34 - A Parents Guide To Drug Abuse (Superb 1971 UK forty eight page cult magazine that set the ball rolling for so many other publications now common on newstands. Groundbreaking & intelligent, at the time deemed 'underground', it tackled issues that at the time weretaboo but are now discussed quite freely. As a guide, it makes 'Viz' look like 'The Beano'. Containing travel articles, drug advice, readers letters & much more. The magazine itself is in nice condition & this copy survives with nothing more than light creasing) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 35 - Special Pig Issue'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 35 - Special Pig Issue'

OZ No. 35 - Special Pig Issue (1971 UK forty eight page magazine, dealing more with matters of the British Constabulary & the Obscenity bust, rather than those of a porcine nature. As is usual with this cult magazine, which set the ball rolling for so many other publications now common on newstands. Groundbreaking & intelligent, at the time deemed 'underground', it tackled issues that at the time were taboo but are now discussed quite freely. Articles in this issue include a chart onthe effects of mind altering consumables, Eastern & Encounter Group Therapy, the usual adult cartoons, letters & more. A charming & unique feature of this issue is that the front cover has been rubber stamped 20p to correct the printed price of 40p, obviously a casualty of the Decimalisation that took place that year where someone incorrectly converted the prior four shilling cover price and accidentally doubled the price! This copy is in superb condition and, as ever, can only be described as an essential read!) more...
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14. No. 36 Comes from 'UNITED KINGDOM' magazine
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OZ No. 36 (Amazing 1971 UK 52-page groundbreaking cult magazine, packed with satirical cartoons and new stories, articles on Obsenity laws, 'Dream Power', psychedelia and all sorts in between. This copy is in wonderful condition with no rips or tears and few signs of age) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 36 + Poster'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 36 + Poster'

OZ No. 36 (Superb 1971 UK fifty two page cult magazine that set the ball rolling for so many other publications now common on newstands. Groundbreaking & intelligent, at the time deemed 'underground', it tackled issues that at the time were taboobut are now discussed quite freely. As a guide, it makes 'Viz' look like 'The Beano'. Containing travel articles, drug advice, a guide to 'Obscenity', readers letters & much more. The magazine itself is in superb condition & free from any ripsor tears, complete with the extremely rare double sided fold out poster with Janis Joplin on one side & an appeal for donations for their Obscenity trial on the other!) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 37 - A World Of Young Love'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 37 - A World Of Young Love'

OZ No. 37 (1971 UK forty eight page groundbreaking cult magazine, packed with sleaze, naughtiness and general good fun, this underground magazine was a favourite at the time with students, hippies & radicals of the era and continues to impresstothis day with mad articles and filthy cartoons galore in this particular issue. This copy is in wonderful condition with just a little tearing at the spine and few other signs of age) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 38 - Scoop!! The Day The Earth Was Out To Lunch'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 38 - Scoop!! The Day The Earth Was Out To Lunch'

OZ No. 38 - Scoop!! The Day The Earth Was Out To Lunch (1971 UK forty eight page groundbreaking cult magazine, packed with sleaze, naughtiness and general good fun. This underground magazine was a favourite at the time with students, hippies &radicals of the era and continues to impress to this day with mad articles and filthy cartoons galore in this particular issue. This copy is in wonderful condition with little sign of age) more...
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18. No. 39 Comes from 'UNITED KINGDOM' magazine
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OZ No. 39 (Superb 1971 UK forty eight page magazine, which raised the bar in its groundbreaking and intelligent articles but fell foul of the obscenity laws as a result of its uncompromising adult approach to the hot topics of the time, with all manner of cartoons and humorous articles to sink your teeth into here. The case of 1971 was in fact the longest obscenity trial in British legal history at the time. This copy is in wonderful condition with no rips or tears and few signs of age) more...
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Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 41 - Crime & Conspiracy!'Click here for more info about 'OZ Magazines - No. 41 - Crime & Conspiracy!'

OZ No. 41 - Crime & Conspiracy! (1972 UK fifty six page magazine devoted to aspects of crime and punishment, along with the motives of certain political leaders being questioned in light of their actions. This issue also includes a chilling six page article on Rape, along with the more usual music articles [including one by a pre-NME Charles Shaar Murray] & adult cartoons. This copy has a minor crease down the centre of the cover page, but is otherwise in beautiful condition & free from any rips or tears) more...
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20. No. 7 Comes from 'UNITED KINGDOM' magazine
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OZ MAGAZINE No. 7 (Amazing 1967 UK 32-page cult magazine that set the ball rolling for so many other publications now common on newstands. Groundbreaking & intelligent, at the time deemed 'underground', it tackled issues during the six years of publication that at the time were taboo but are now discussed quite freely. Including a six page article on Bob Dylan, an thick stock pullout, an article on Malcolm X and much more, all housed in a superb Martin Sharp psychedelic cover. Thiscopy remains in superb condition, free from any rips or tears, and has obviously been well looked after for the last thirty five years. A wonderful insight into a world that was changing by the day) more...
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