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Series: Guinness World Records (1962)

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Guinness 2000 Book of Records: Millennium Edition (Guinness World Records) by Guinness Media Inc.
The Guinness Book of Answers by Clive Carpenter
Guinness Book of Records (44th Aus) by Compilation
Guinness World Records Deadly Disasters by Celeste Lee
Guinness World Records To The Extreme by Lisa L. Ryan-Herndon
Guinness World Records: Fearless Feats by Laurie Calkhoven
Wild Lives (Guinness World Records) by Dina Anastasio
Guinness book of startling acts and facts (Guinness illustrated collection of world records for young people) by Norris McWhirter5
The Guinness Book of Records 1955 1st edition by Guinness-McWhirter1955
The Guinness Book of Records 1956 2nd Edition by Guinness-McWhirter1956
The Guinness book of records 19581958
The Guinness Book of Records 3rd Edition by Norris McWhirter1959
The Guinness Book of Records 4th Edition (1960) by Norris McWhirter1960
The Guinness Book Of Records 10th Edn (1962) by Norris McWhirter1962
The Famous Guiness Book of World Records 1963 Edition by Norris & Ross McWhirter1963
The Guinness Book of Records 11th Edn by Norris McWhirter1963
The Guinness Book of Records 13th Edn (1966) by Norris and Ross McWhirter1966
Guinness Book of World Records Giant 13th Edition (More Amazing Than Ever by Norris McWhirter1966
The Guinness Book of Records (14th Edn)1967
The Guinness Book of Records 1967 (13th Edn) by Guinness-McWhirter1967
The Guinness Book of Records 1968 by Norris McWhirter1968
Guinness Book of World Records 1969 by Norris McWhirter1969
Guiness Book of World Records- Giant New 9th Edition- 1970 by Norris and Ross McWhirter1970
GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS 1971 (17TH ED.) by Norris McWhirter1971
Guiness Book of World Records 1971-1972 by Norris and Ross McWhirter1971-1972
Guinness Book of World Records 1972 by Norris McWhirter1972
Guinness Book of World Records 1973 by Norris McWhirter1973
Guinness Book of World Records 1974 by Norris McWhirter1974
Guiness Book Of World Records 1975 by Norris McWhirter1975
Guinness 1975 Book of World Records by Norris and Ross McWhirter1975
Guinness Book of World Records 1976 by Norris McWhirter and Ross McWhirter1976
Guinness Book of World Records (1977 Edition) by Ross Norris and Mcwhirter Mcwhirter1977
Guinness Book of World Records 1978 by Norris McWhirter1978
Guinness Book of World Records 1979 by Norris McWhirter1979
Guiness Book of World Records: 1980 Edition by Norris McWhirter1980
Guinness Book of World Records 1981 by Norris McWhirter1981
Guinness Book of World Records 1982 by Norris McWhirter1982
Guinness Book of World Records, 1983 by Norris McWhirter1983
Guinness Book of World Records 1984 by Norris McWhirter1984
Guinness Book of World Records 1985 by Norris McWhirter1985
Guinness Book of World Records 1986 by Norris McWhirter1986
Guinness Book of World Records 1987 by Norris McWhirter1987
Guinness Book of World's Records (Giant 1988 Revised Edition) by Norris McWhirter1988
GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS, 1989 (Guinness World Records) by Norris McWhirter1989
GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS, 1990 (Guinness Book of World Records, 28th ed) by Donald McFarlan1990
Guinness Book of World Records, 1991 by Norris McWhirter1991
Guinness Book of Records, 1992 by Michelle Dunkley McCarthy1992
Guinness Book of Records 1993, The by Norris McWhirter1993
The Guinness Book Of Records 1994 (Guinness Book of Records, 32nd ed) by Norris McWhirter1994
Guinness Book 1995 by Norris McWhirter1995
The Guinness Book of Records 1996 by Norris McWhirter1996
Guiness Book of World Records 1997 (Guinness World Records) by Mark C. Young1997
The Guinness Book of World Records 1998 (Guinness Book of Records, 1998) by Mark C. Young1998
The Guinness Book of Records, 1999 (Guinness World Records) by Mark Young1999
El Libro Guinness de Los Records 2001 (Spanish Edition) by Guinness World Records2001
Guinness World Records 2001 by Tim Footman2001
Guinness World Records 2002 by Antonia Cunningham2002
Guinness World Records 2003 by Claire Folkard2003
Guinness Book of World Records, 2004 by Guinness World Records2004
Guinness World Records 2005: Special 50th Anniversary Edition by Guinness World Records2005
Guinness World Records 2006 by Guinness World Records2006
Guinness World Records 2007 by Guinness World Records2007
Guinness World Records 2008 by Guinness World Records2008
Guinness World Records 2009 by Craig Glenday2009
Guinness World Records 2010 by Guinness World Records2010
Guinness World Records 2011 by Guinness World Records2011
Guinness World Records 2012 by Guinness World Records2012
Guinness World Records 2013 by Guinness World Records2013
Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition 2008 by Guinness World RecordsGamer's Edition 2008
Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition 2009 by Guinness World RecordsGamer's Edition 2009
Guinness World Records Gamers Edition 2010 by BradyGamesGamer's Edition 2010

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Guinness World Records is a reference book published annually containing a collection of world records, both human achievements and the extreme of the natural world. The book itself holds a world record, as the best-selling copyrighted series of all-time.

Titled, until 2000, as The Guinness Book of Records in the UK, also had title The Guinness Book of World Records in the US. Now titled Guinness World Records.

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