The Black cat Magazine was published from 1895 to 1922. Quite the sensation when it debuted. The New York Tribune ..."these tales are distinctively a new departure in story telling"; the Boston Mass Daily Herald..".The Black cat has reached the climax of the story telling art. In street cars and hotels, in drawing rooms and in railroad stations, this magazines' outward attractiveness and interesting inwardness are the subject of continues conversations".
Here are seven of those magazines, all complete. June 1897 is in good condition with slight tears to the corners of front cover. June 1898 has the inside in great condition with the front cover detached and torn, back cover detached. August 1897 has detached front and back covers with some damage to the bottom left hand corner on fc and a slight tear to upper right side. Inside intact and undamaged. May 1897 detached fc with some damage to edges of fc. October 1897, front and back covers detached with slight damage to front cover. Inside good. March 1897, front cover detached, slight damage to edges. Back cover missing. September 1897, intact with minor tear to bottom left fc.
Except for June 1898, cat w/flowers, no damage encroaches on the actual front cover images.
They all have four to five short stories inside and run 48, plus ads, pages, or 64 pages minus ads.
These are hard to find with most showings being art prints.
Thank you for looking.
Overseas - only to countries where it can be tracked. However, upon looking at the prices it's probably not worth it.