Oz Magazine, 1967 – 1973 [issue 1-48 Complete Run]

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Oz Magazine, 1967 – 1973 [issue 1-48 Complete Run]

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Oz Magazine, 1967 – 1973 [issue 1-48 Complete Run] 

Oz Magazine was a counterculture magazine published in London between 1967 and 1973 that was known of pushing ethical, sexual, and political boundaries. Started in Australia as a satirical magazine in 1963, it later moved to London and reincarnated under the sign of the burgeoning hippy scene, publishing politically radical and psychedelic content from the late 1960s to the early 1970s.

After the move to London, Oz became an increasingly influential voice in the underground press, and indeed, grew to be far better known than its Australian counterpart. Richard Neville and later Jim Anderson and Felix Dennis were the editors at large. Martin Sharp designed the magazine for most of its run, giving it a signature look. Oz was the subject of multiple obscenity charges, but continued to publish uncensored content until 1973.

Issues are all in good condition, some with minor tears and creases commensurate with age. All inserts and posters included in the original publication of the magazine are intact and in very good condition. A complete run of a very rare magazine in wonderful condition. 

London: Oz Magazine, 1967-1973. 48 issues. Various sizes and formats, 4to - Folio. Various bindings - staplebound and Unbound tabloid format. All in good condition with minor edgewear and small tears throughout. 

Note: due to items being oversized additional postage may be required.

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