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High Times Magazine # 25, September 1977

High Times Magazine # 25, September 1977

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High Times Magazine # 25 - September 1977

High Times - The Magazine of High Society. Copyright 1977 by Trans-High Corporation. Published by Trans-High Corporation. $1.75 cover price.

High Times Magazine has been chronicling the counterculture for over thirty years. First published as a quarterly in 1974, High Times is still being published (now a monthly) with its continued emphasis on marijuana use and cultivation and the fight for cannabis legalization.

The early issues of High Times Magazine had many unique editorial features which you just couldn’t find anywhere else including its "Trans-High Market Quotations" page which listed the current market prices and supply information for various illicit drugs; a "centerfold" - usually of some unusually good-looking bud; HighWitness News - recent news of marijuana, drug busts, and other counterculture happenings of the day; and, of course, the advertisements which feature any and all kinds of paraphernalia.

High Times magazine issue # 25 from September 1977 features:

  • Interview: Hunter S. Thompson
  • Exclusive Photos: Inside the Federal Joint Rolling Factory
  • Murder on the Opium Express
  • Absinthe, The Illegal Liqueur
  • Abolishing Government Spying
  • Expose: Secret Police Files On You
  • Skateboards & Sneakers
  • Centerfold - Back to School


This issue features an interview with Hunter S. Thompson on Carter, Cocaine, and Gonzo Journalism; Exclusive photos of inside the Federal reefer rolling factory; and much more. For the comix fan there is a 3-page (in color) Fabulous Fury Freak Brothers story by Gilbert Shelton and Dave Sheridan. The Trans-High Market Quotations page states that the supply of commercial Columbian is drying up and will set you back $275 - $450 an lb.


Abraded/blunted corners, staple tears, attached but loose cover, moderate cover wear, handling marks.

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High Times Magazine # 25 - September 1977


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