If you are trying to sell them, forget it. I might have been interested if you lived locally and want to give them away. To me, they are not worth the cost of shipping, not even at media rates.
Our local woodworking club meets twice a month, and there are always stacks of woodworking magazines free for the taking. I grab a few and read them, then bring them back for others. The dates range from the 1980s to the present. Maybe something like that will work for you, if you live near a woodworking club.
Our local library has the "Friends of the Library" bookstore, and they sell magazines for a quarter (dime?). I donate all of my current non-woodworking magazines to them as soon as I am done with them. In my imagination, some poor aspiring hobbyist is eagerly waiting for my next donation. In reality, most of them probably go with the unsold books and magazines to the recyclers for pennies a ton. (I give the woodworking magazines to the local woodworking club, of course.)