1967 Oz Magazine 'OZ on LSD' : Australian Issue April 1967

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OZ  begain in Sydney Australian in 1963. It was  a satirical Private Eye type magazine. When the main trouble makers moved to London 1966-67, they set up a Psychedelic version  in  the UK .

Meanwhile OZ contiuned in Australia and this April ’67 is an interesting dialogue reporting  back material from the UK. Is was put together while the 2nd & 3rd edition of the UK magazine were begin prepared.

It features drawings and material by the legenrdery Martin Sharp, including his infamous strip on how to stay cool on acid when spotting a police man, a two page illustrated photo story title  “The Somwhat Incredible Turning on of Mervyn Lymp = Bank clerk” and his satirical depiction of PM Harold Wilson as Toad of  Toad Hall / WhiteHall

Condition : Complete with no previopus owner’s markings EX

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OZ  begain in Sydney Australian in 1963. It was  a satirical Private Eye type magazine. When the main trouble makers moved to London 1966-67, they set up a Psychedelic version  in  the UK .

Meanwhile OZ contiuned in Australia and this April ’67 is an interesting dialogue reporting  back material from the UK. Is was put together while the 2nd & 3rd edition of the UK magazine were begin prepared.

It features drawings and material by the legenrdery Martin Sharp, including his infamous strip on how to stay cool on acid when spotting a police man, a two page illustrated photo story title  “The Somwhat Incredible Turning on of Mervyn Lymp = Bank clerk” and his satirical depiction of PM Harold Wilson as Toad of  Toad Hall / WhiteHall

Condition : Complete with no previopus owner’s markings EX