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Wilkins, George H + Stefansson, Vilhjalmur

Published by Geographical Journal, Ldn (1928)

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About this Item: Geographical Journal, Ldn, 1928. Pamphlet. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Vol 71, No 2, Feb 1928, pp. 160-171, Map in text, Extracted from Orig Journal, thus self-wrps (Pamphlet), else VG, 1st ed. Seller Inventory # 008989

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Illustrated London News

Published by Illustrated London News, London (1901)

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About this Item: Illustrated London News, London, 1901. Unbound. Condition: Very Good. J.B. Waterlow (illustrator). 1st. 1/2 page with story and 2 photos of Auguste Gaudron & Cecil Barth and their model of a new flying machine presented at the Crystal Palace world's fair. Size: 11'' x 16". Seller Inventory # 048923

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Illustrated London News

Published by Illustrated London News, NY (1897)

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About this Item: Illustrated London News, NY, 1897. Unbound. Condition: Very Good. H.C. Seppings-White (illustrator). First Edition, Thus. full page engraving showing the flight of the Greek peasants on the Road to Pharsala. Very nice & suitable for framing. Size: 11'' x 15.5". Seller Inventory # 046485

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Hughes, Richard (ed)

Published by British F.S. Bureau And F.S. Club, Bristol (1955)

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About this Item: British F.S. Bureau And F.S. Club, Bristol, 1955. Pamphlet. Condition: Good. First Edition. 20pp. Cover worn and discoloured at edges. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 045569

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Hughes, Richard (ed)

Published by British F.S. Bureau And F.S. Club, Bristol (1955)

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About this Item: British F.S. Bureau And F.S. Club, Bristol, 1955. Pamphlet. Condition: Good. First Edition. 20pp. Cover worn and discoloured at edges. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 045570

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Hughes, Richard (ed)

Published by British F.S. Bureau And F.S. Club, Bristol (1955)

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About this Item: British F.S. Bureau And F.S. Club, Bristol, 1955. Pamphlet. Condition: Good. First Edition. 20pp. Cover worn and discoloured at edges. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 045571

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AVIATION -- CALIFORNIA]. [EHRENCLOU, V.[aldor] L. (Gen. Manager) & PRITCHARD, Robert J. (Ed.)].

Published by Occidental Publishing Co., 145 S. Spring St., June, 1934., Los Angeles, CA: (1934)

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About this Item: Occidental Publishing Co., 145 S. Spring St., June, 1934., Los Angeles, CA:, 1934. 4to. 42 pp. Over 100 text illustrations, photo illustrations. Colour-illustrated softcovers, advertisement for Union Aviation gasoline on rear, Douglas DC-1 on inner cover & Wright Cyclone(slight scuffing, minor shelfwear, minor creasing), still VG copy. First edition of this scarce issue of the famed California trade magazine intended for the fast growing aeronautical industry on the West Coast, examining the need for more airports in the West, stress testing of Lockheed Electra and Boeing Aircraft, and the Bellanca 1934 Skyrocket. Seller Inventory # 51855

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Hatvany, Edgar and Gregory, Janet (eds)

Published by Lionel Beer (1967)

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About this Item: Lionel Beer, 1967. Magazine. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 8 issues in very good condition. 8 x 10 inches, stapled, glossy pictorial covers, 30 pages. All contain articles and book reviews relating to UFO sightings, contact with aliens and other aerial phenomena. Seller Inventory # 43142

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Hughes, Richard (ed)

Published by The British Flying Saucer Bureau & Flying Saucer Club, Bristol (1953)

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About this Item: The British Flying Saucer Bureau & Flying Saucer Club, Bristol, 1953. Magazine. Condition: Good. First Edition. 8 items. Spring and Summer 1953 have reprint edition on the back cover. First 4 FS News are 20 x 25cm stapled, 8, 12, 24 and 26 pages respectively. No 7 has lost staples and the cover and first 2 pages missing. Nos 8, 9 & 10 are 14 x 20.5cm, stapled with glossy paper covers, staples rusty. The Bulletin is 16.5 x 20cm stapled with glossy covers, back cover incomplete (either cut away or never there), no inscriptions. Contain items relating to unidentified flying object sightings around the world. Seller Inventory # 44362

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AVIATION -- CALIFORNIA]. [EHRENCLOU, V.[aldor] L. (Gen. Manager) & PRITCHARD, Robert J. (Ed.)].

Published by Occidental Publishing Co., 145 S. Spring St., December, 1931., Los Angeles, CA: (1931)

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About this Item: Occidental Publishing Co., 145 S. Spring St., December, 1931., Los Angeles, CA:, 1931. 4to. 64 pp. Over 100 text illustrations, photo illustrations. Colour-illustrated softcovers, cover art of Eclipse aviation engine starters and generators, colour advertisements on verso, and rear covers for Wright, Union, and Shell (slight scuffing, minor shelfwear), still VG copy. First edition of this scarce issue of the famed California trade magazine intended for the fast growing aeronautical industry on the West Coast, including illustrated articles on the Autogiro from the Autogiro Company, Pacific Airmotive, the Albuquerque airport, and more. Seller Inventory # 51849

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Rue, Larry

Published by John Hamilton (1938)

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About this Item: John Hamilton, 1938. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. First Edition. Clean hardback tightly bound in blue cloth with gilt titles, cloth sunned at spine, 1 inch split at top of spine/rear board, boards rubbed at edges, no inscriptions. 288 pages, illustrations on plates. Undated but Copac gives 1934. Seller Inventory # 62453

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AVIATION -- CALIFORNIA]. [EHRENCLOU, V.[aldor] L. (Gen. Manager) & PRITCHARD, Robert J. (Ed.)].

Published by Occidental Publishing Co., 145 S. Spring St.; Portland District, Army Air Corps, January, 1932., Los Angeles, CA & [Portland, OR]: (1932)

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About this Item: Occidental Publishing Co., 145 S. Spring St.; Portland District, Army Air Corps, January, 1932., Los Angeles, CA & [Portland, OR]:, 1932. Two pieces. 4to. 64 pp. Over 100 text illustrations, photo illustrations, colour-tinted illustration Colour-illustrated softcovers, cover art advertisement for Eclipse aviation engine starters, colour advertisements on verso, and rear covers for Curtiss-Wright, Union, and Douglas Amphibion aircraft (slight scuffing, minor shelfwear, minor creasing, 1 small tear), still VG copy; 4to. 1 printed leaf (very slight edgewear & toning), still NF copy. First edition of this scarce issue of the famed California trade magazine intended for the fast growing aeronautical industry on the West Coast, detailing the Goodrich Airplane Tires in Alaska, United Airlines, and review of the Army Air Corps in 1931. Of special interest is the exceedingly scarce humorous broadside for the Portland District of the Army Air Corps, Zoom, announcing the Frolics for Pearson Field commanded by Lieutenant Carlton F. Bond, in Vancouver, WA featuring officers, friends and family of the 321st Squadron, with the Seventh Infantry Band. Seller Inventory # 51853

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Published by The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd., London (1941)

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About this Item: The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd., London, 1941. Paperback. Condition: Good. First Edition. Features: Nice colour Guinness ad inside front cover; Photos of enemy supply shipping under air attack, and aflame; The new "Covenanter" Tank; Super page of 14 illustrations of Russian aircraft, including a photo of the L-760 six-engined bomber; 2 pages of illustrations of the work of air crews; Photos of the Navy's latest aircraft-carriers - "Formidable" and "Victorious"; Photos of Marshal Vorshilov, Marshal Budenny, and Marshal Timoshenko; Illustrations of Nazi army and air force commanders on the Russian front; Personalities of the week include photos of Lord Gort's official call at Algeciras and Bruno Mussolini, the Duce's second son killed in an air crash; Elevin Interesting photos of action on the Russian front - including the pathetic image of dozens of Russian refugees in a ditch; Impressive centerfold illustration depicts the bravery of the first New Zealand V.C. of the war, awarded to Sergeant J.A. Ward who climbed onto his planes wing to extinguish a fire at 13,000 feet; Photos of British, Australian, and Indian forces defending Malaya against Japanese 'Chess-Moves" in the Pacific; Great photos of the Netherlands East Indies (Indonesia/Java) in military and naval preparations; Photos of Boeing's "Flying Fortress" on the ground with R.A.F. members; Wonderful photos of Mrs. Washburn - the first woman to attain the summit of Mount Bertha, Alaska; Colour ad for North British Rubber inside back cover; Nice colour Johnnie Walker ad on back cover shows grain being cut by a horse-drawn machine. Average wear. Faint ink stamp to front cover. Clear tape inside each cover along spine, and externally along spine. A sound copy. Seller Inventory # 825C7790

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Published by The London Illustrated News, London (1943)

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About this Item: The London Illustrated News, London, 1943. Paperback. Condition: Good. First Edition. 28 pages. Features: Photos of the grim terrain in Tunisia - craggy heights and perilous ridges; Photos of lighter moments in Tunisia; Mules solve Mountain Problems in Tunisia; Unconventional Pictures of Three Famous Generals in Tunisia - General Montgomery, General Alexander, and Lieut.-General George Patton seated on a hillside watching his men advancing to attack; The House of Lords Roll of Honour - photos of thirteen legislators lost in action; The Commons Roll of Honour - photos of nine legislators lost in action; Photo of the first launching of land bombers at sea from the deck of the U.S. aircraft carrier "Hornet"; Photos related to Doolittle's famous raid on Tokyo; R.A.F. Bombers lay waste to 100 acres of factory buildings in Stettin - five aerial photos; The Great Struggle in Tunisia - article by Cyril Falls; The British Assault on Longstop Hill and Bou Arada Bastions - six photos; Centerfold illustration of a British 3 inch mortar in action in Tunisia giving close support to infantry; Photos of George Edward Kruger-Gray, Commander J.W. Linton, Rear-Admiral Philip John Mack and Viktor Lutze; Nice large illustration of Britain's All-Wooden Mosquito Bomber - includes partial cutaway view; Photos of construction of oil pipeline from Texas to New York via Norris City, Illinois; Photo of Roosevelt with Mexican President Camacho; Photos of General Sikorski, Acting Wing Commander Hugh Malcolm and Sir Basil Brooke; Four *Amazing* large aerial photos show the fate of Italy's last two heavy cruisers, "Trieste" and Gorizia"; and more. Unmarked. Average wear. Seller Inventory # 739G0179

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Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril

Published by The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd., England (1952)

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About this Item: The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd., England, 1952. Paperback. Condition: Good. First Edition. Pages 73-112. Features: Photos of the 13-day ordeal of Captain Kurt Carlsen and Kenneth Dancy aboard the stricken "Flying Enterprise" - and its sinking; Photos of Falmouth's welcome to Captain Carlsen and other participants in the drama of the "Flying Enterprise"; Photos of Princess Margaret's trip to Scotland and her return to England; Photo of the first Aer Lingus crash - a Dakota went down killing 23 people; Rebuilding war-damaged London churches; Panamanian oil tanker "Sovac Radiant" is refloated by six tugs; French steamer "Agen" sinks; The second "Battle" of Tel-El Kebir; Laying power cable by helicopter; Two photos of the Vickers Valiant jet bomber in flight - the only completed copy crashed on 12 January; Fantastic photo-illustrated centerfold shows the last few moments of the "Flying Enterprise"; Photos of people of the week, including Private William Speakman who was recently awarded the V.C.; Five photos of Winston Churchill visiting President Truman in Washington; New Anglo-Arabian Treaty; Two pages of photos from the Kon-Tiki; Discovery of Minoan treasures in Crete beneath the palace of Phaistos; and more. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy. Seller Inventory # 302G2774

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Published by The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd., London (1941)

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About this Item: The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd., London, 1941. Paperback. Condition: Good. First Edition. Features: Two-page illustration shows the German "Lutzow" being torpedoed by Beaufort aircraft off Norway; The capture of Maleme airfield - with two great aerial photos of dozens of wrecked JU-52s; Photo of a meeting of the Vichy government after the Darlan-Hitler talks; Twopage overhead illustration of Alexandria, Egypt - "the focus of fascist ambition and Nazi air savagery"; Three photos of Polish troops en route to Norway; Coverage of the Allied Advance in Syria - Damascus, Tyre and Sidon; The Drama of the "Bismark's" last moments - five illustrations by J. Brooks, Midshipman on H.M.S. "Dorsetshire"; Article on "Planning for Victory" by Cyril Falls; Excellent photo of Churchill addressing allied statesmen at St. James's Palace on June 12th; Four illustrations of Home Guard realistic training for enemy invasion; Two-page centerfold illustation of activity at the mobile H.Q. of an army - air force intelligence liaison officer; Eight super photos of German paratroops landing in Crete; Nineteen photos of the leading personalities of the week; Photos of several warships who met their fate; Interesting photos of a "Bristol" Boeing Flying Boat used by the British for Air Communications; Photos of the British Garrison in Iceland - scenes of everyday life; Interesting naval photos include running a line between ships to pass a bag of important documents; Illustrations of bombed Wren City churches; Photos of ancient temples, including the temple of Jupiter; Colour Johnnie Walker ad on back cover in a library setting. Average wear. Faint Ink stamp to front cover. Clear tape inside each cover along spine, and externally along spine. A sound copy. Seller Inventory # 825C7796

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Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P.

Published by The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd., London (1942)

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About this Item: The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd., London, 1942. Paperback. Condition: Good. First Edition. Pages 129-160. Features: Eight-photo, two-page feature on the full-scale production of tanks in Britain; Archbishop fo Canterbury, Dr. Lang, announces his resignation; Fascinating photos of massive concrete U-boat shelters being built on the Atlantic coast; Map of Southern Malaya where the Japanese are able to easily land using flat-bottomed boats; Photos after the Japanese sinking of the 'Prince of Wales' and the 'Repulse', with heads bobbing in water - and Captain William Tennant of the 'Repulse' after his rescue; Map of the Western Pacific, indicating dates of Japanese landings on many islands; Five photos of the U.S. Vanguard arriving in Great Britain; Photos of twelve people of the week including Admiral Chan-Chak, Admiral Husband Kimmel, Lieut.-General Walter Short, painter Richard Sickert, Mrs. Yvonne Llewellyn Roberts, Edward Elliott, and Major-General De Villiers; Events in Russia (article with three maps); Four photos of new battleship "Duke of York" and its carriage of Mr. Churchill to U.S.A.; Large photo portrait of General Douglas MacArthur; One-page map of Batan (Bataan) Peninsula, Philippines, where Gen. MacArthur, the Americans and Filipinos have gallantly held the Japanese at bay for four weeks; Fascinating two-pages with fourteen illustrations of how Aerodromes are defended, above and under the ground; Two-pages of twelve vivid photos of scenes on the Russian front; Bardia Recaptured - two pages with eleven fascinating photos; The Eighth Army's Trail - six photos of Benghazi after its capture; Six photos of the Royal Air Force v. the Weather in the desert; Four amazing photos of the "Flying Wing" designed gy John K. Northrop, including three photos of it in flight; Theatre Royal, Bristol, to be saved for the nation? - six photos; Marvelous two-color OXO ad on back cover shows young lovely offering a tray of steaming drinks; Vintage ads. This issue was never stapled. Clean and unmarked with only moderate wear. A quality copy of this great wartime issue. Seller Inventory # 201G4646

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