The no date one has no date on the spine, but I'm not sure about the dated one as I don't have a copy.I saw a copy of the 1972 Beano without a date as well?
Kid, I'm positive it is the latter, and in probably a mixup, some of the annuals that were to go on sale overseas (to Australia, New Zealand, etc.) got mixed up with the domestic releases, therefore a few of the annuals with no date ended up going on sale in the U.K.
That would explain it - as I'm in New Zealand!
I Have A 1976 Shiver and Shake Annual also without the date.does this make them more or less valuable?
The fact that theres no date simply means that it was sold in overseas countries such as New Zealand and Australia - so it doesn't make them either more or less valuable.
thanks for your help george
the reeason because at ipc magazines artist used to draw their pictures first on original boards then after make seperate for publishing with year
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