The Pigeoncote cares for lost and injured pigeon, and is a non culling pigeon refuge, located in Olympia, WA USA. We have been in continuous service since 1993.
Americna Pigeon Journal Binders
The American Pigeon Journal supplied binders to keep copies of the magazine in for several decades, growing larger in depth during the later years to accommodate the increased size of the issues. Even in the waning years of the publication the issue size continued to grow. These were and are excellent for storing the issues as well as collector pieces now. Oddly, but the later, larger sized containers are not in as good condition as the smaller, older ones. They are available at $10 each.
$10 2.5 inches 1#
$10 3 inches 1#
American Pigeon Journal 1940 - 42
None Available. Please contact the Pigeoncote host if you
have some to let
American Pigeon Journal 1943: Hardcover entire year $155
These issues were hardbound by the Department of Agriculture. Since they were owned by the Department they were always stored correctly and are in about as good a condition as one could expect for these issues from an age standpoint. However, the Department needed to stamp in each issue as it arrived and unfortunately the front cover was used. Each individual cover can be expanded for a larger view by clicking on the smaller cover below. There are also a few pages torn by over exuberant readers that have been repaired with some sort of tape. If you are willing to bet that it is Patton decorating a "pigeon" soldier on the November cover, you would win.