|The picture shows the cover of the March 6, 1971, New Yorker Magazine, by the artist Charles Saxon.|
For sale is the MAGAZINE COVER ONLY. This is NOT a complete magazine. The cover has been detached from the magazine. The cover has not been trimmed, and the left edge of the cover is still rough as you can see in the scanned image.
WE ARE NOT PROFESSIONAL APPRAISERS, but in our opinion, the condition of this cover is VG+ (overall very good, frameable, no notable defects).
We use these criteria:
VG+ (overall very good, frameable, no notable defects)
VG (overall very good, frameable, but with noticable wear)
VG- (overall good-to-very-good, with specified defects)
G (overall good, but with noticable wear and/or defects)
G- (overall fair-to-good, with noticable wear and/or defects)
F (overall fair, with significant wear and/or defects)
You may use different criteria. Please judge for yourself by carefully examining this high resolution scan.