According to XYZ Collectibles, there are many old National Geographic magazines that are worth money. For example, as of 2014, the January 1902 issue of National Geographic is valued at $816.50.Continue Reading
The worth of a magazine is not determined by date alone, although typically, the older the magazine, the higher its value. However, the oldest magazine is not worth any money if it is not in good condition.
While some wear is expected, an old National Geographic magazine must not be torn, scuffed, water marked or otherwise damaged to be considered a collector's item. Collectors, auctioneers and antique dealers are a good source of information about the value of old magazines.Learn more about Antiques
The history behind the National Geographic includes its founding date of January 27, 1888. The society was created in Washington, D.C., to raise awareness for geographical issues and knowledge.Full Answer >
There are two Spanish language editions of National Geographic: one for the market in Spain and another for the Latin American market. The website for the Spanish edition is at NationalGeographic.com.es, while the Latin America edition may be found at Ngenespanol.com.Full Answer >
The animals that players can choose to play in the "National Geographic Animal Jam" game include a wolf, monkey, seal, panda, tiger or penguin. Players can choose which animal they would like to be before beginning the game.Full Answer >
Popular shows on the National Geographic Channel include "Inside," "Jailed Abroad," "Danger Men" and "Construction Zone." The series "Inside" brings viewers an insider tour of the world's most impressive gatherings and events, from behind-the-scenes looks at hot-ticket concerts to exclusive footage of journeys into outer space.Full Answer >