In a message dated 8/2/00 9:03:22 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
<< I have a nice framed edition in my office. It wasn't that hard to find.
After bidding for issues on e-bay twice and both times giving up after the
bidding passed my high bid of $40, I did a search on under "time magazine".
I then looked up the email address' of about twenty sellers. Next I
emailed them seperately (with the same message), letting them know which
issue I was looking for. I was guessing that many of them would have a
basement of old Time issues and wouldn't know the value of the C. S. Lewis
issue. It was a hassle, looking up the email addresses, but it paid off.
Out of the twenty emails I sent out, I received about six responses saying
that they had found the issue. I bought a perfectly intact copy for $4 plus
Thank you. I think this completely answers my question.