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Launched in February 1964, Rave magazine soon became one of the most popular fashion and pop music magazines in the UK. It lasted 92 issues before folding into Fabulous 208 in October 1971.



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#01. February 1964. (back) Full scan available at World Radio History.
#02. March 1964. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#03. April 1964. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#04. May 1964. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#05. June 1964. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#06. July 1964. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#07. August 1964.
#08. September 1964. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#09. October 1964. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#10. November 1964. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#11. December 1964. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#12. January 1965. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#13. February 1965. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#14. March 1965. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#15. April 1965. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#16. May 1965. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#17. June 1965. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#18. July 1965. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#19. August 1965. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#20. September 1965. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#21. October 1965. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#22. November 1965.
#23. December 1965.
#24. January 1966. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#25. February 1966. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#26. March 1966. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#27. April 1966.
#28. May 1966. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#29. June 1966.
#30. July 1966.
#31. August 1966.
#32. September 1966.
#33. October 1966.
#34. November 1966.
#35. December 1966.
#36. January 1967. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#37. February 1967. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#38. March 1967.
#39. April 1967.
#40. May 1967.
#41. June 1967.
#42. July 1967.
#43. August 1967.
#44. September 1967. Partial scan available at Adsausage.
#45. October 1967.
#46. November 1967.
#47. December 1967.
#48. January 1968. Full scan available at World Radio History.
#49. February 1968.
#50. March 1968.
#51. April 1968.
#52. May 1968.
#53. June 1968.
#54. July 1968.
#55. August 1968.
#56. September 1968.
#57. October 1968.
#58. November 1968.
#59. December 1968.
#60. January 1969.
#61. February 1969.
#62. March 1969.
#63. April 1969.
#64. May 1969.
#65. June 1969.
#66. July 1969.
#67. August 1969.
#68. September 1969.
#69. October 1969.
#70. November 1969.
#71. December 1969. (?)
#72. January 1970.
#73. February 1970.
#74. March 1970.
#75. April 1970.
#76. May 1970.
#77. June 1970.
#78. July 1970.
#79. August 1970.
#80. September 1970.
#81. October 1970.
#82. November 1970.
#83. December 1970.
#84. January 1971.
#85. February
#86. March 1971.
#87. April
#88. May
#89. June
#90. July 1971.
#91. August
#92. September 1971. Full scan available at World Radio History.




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