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Beckett Football magazine is the hobbyist's #1 source for accurate and timely information on football cards and collectibles. Each issue of Beckett Football magazine includes the most comprehensive Football Card Price Guide in the industry. Beckett Football Magazine Subscription, 12 Issues, Sports Collectibles Magazine Subscriptions magazines.com
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THE WEEK is a spirited newsweekly that distills the best of news, opinions, and ideas from the U.S. and international media. THE WEEK's format is straightforward yet information packed. It's focus is broad: news, health, books, film, the arts and more, covering the entire political waterfront.
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