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Argos to scrap iconic catalogue almost 50 years after first publication

By Guardian Exclusive
04 August 2020   |   2:43 pm
Over one billion copies of the bi-annual Argos catalogue have been printed since its launch in 1973. At the height of its popularity, it was Europe’s most widely printed publication, only beaten by the Bible for being in homes across the UK.

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