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MOTHER GOOSE.  SEVENTY-SEVEN VERSES WITH PICTURES BY TASHA TUDOR., (Tudor, Tasha, illustrator.)
1 (Tudor, Tasha, illustrator.) MOTHER GOOSE. SEVENTY-SEVEN VERSES WITH PICTURES BY TASHA TUDOR.
New York Oxford University Press 1945 Fourth Printing Hard Cover Good Tasha Tudor. 
87 pp, small 8vo (7 1/2" H), blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine, gilt decoration on front board. Pictorial endpaper, beautifully illustrated throughout with Tasha Tudor's charming colour and b&w drawings. Contents include: Bye, baby, bunting; Ding, dong, bell; Georgey Porgey, pudding and pie; Heigh, diddle, diddle; Hickory, dickery, dock; Hot Cross Buns!; Humpty-Dumpty sat on a wall; Jack and Jill went up the hill; Jack Spratt could eat no fat; Lady bird, lady bird, fly away home; Little Bo-Peep has lost her sheep, London bridge is broken down; March winds and April showers; Mary, Mary, quite contrary; Old King Cole was a merry old soul; Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker's man!; Ride a cock horse; Ring-a-round-a roses; The Queen of Hearts; This little pig went to market; etc., etc. Very light browning to spine and edges of boards, light edge rubbing, tiny scuff on bottom edge of rear board, light browning on pastedowns, light toning to free endpapers, very small browning marks in gutter of title page, between pages 16 & 17 and between pages 86 & 87; a few soft handing creases at bottom corner of last few pages; slight color variation on rear board. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
2 ab Hugh, Dafydd and Linaweaver, Brad. DOOM. HELL ON EARTH. BASED ON DOOM FROM ID SOFTWARE.
Pocket Star Books, New York, (1995), 2nd. printing. 
248 pp, paperback. While Corporal Flynn "Fly" Taggart is defeating demons, zombies and fire-breathing imps on Mars, the aliens start to land on Earth itself... Interior - bookstore stamp on first page, otherwise clean and tight with no previous own ership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear, light browning to top of textblock, spine flat and uncreased. VG 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
BOMBER COMMAND / COSTAL COMMAND / FLEET AIR ARM / ARK ROYAL / ATLANTIC BRIDGE - 5 ITEMS., Air Ministry / Admiralty.
3 Air Ministry / Admiralty. BOMBER COMMAND / COSTAL COMMAND / FLEET AIR ARM / ARK ROYAL / ATLANTIC BRIDGE - 5 ITEMS.
London His Majesty's Stationery Office Stapled in Wraps Very Good - 
Five World War II publications issued for the Air Ministry and the Admiralty by the Ministry of Information between 1941 and 1945, 9" H. 1. Bomber Command: The Air Ministry Account of Bomber Command's Offensive Against the Axis September, 1939 - July, 1941 - 128 pp, 1941, b&w photographs (including aerial), maps - Contents: War Telegram; Captains and Crews; First Blood: Attacks on the German Fleet; White Bombs: The Leaflet Raids; Campaign Against Odds: Norway; Western Front: The Battle of Flanders; Long Distance Attack: Italy; Mining the Enemy's Coast; Why the Invasion Armada Never Sailed; Day Offensive in the North Sea; The Battle of the Atlantic; The Mind that Plans: Operations Control; The Crew that Strikes: Night Raid; The Attack on Nazi Industry; The Damage in Germany; One Thing is Certain. 2. Coastal Command: The Air Ministry's Account of the Part Played by Coastal Command in the Battle of the Seas, 1939-1942 - 143 pp, 1943, b&w photographs (including aerial), maps - Contents: "It's the 'Bismarck'!"; Plot of Operations; The Men and the Aircraft; Flying Start: September 1939; The Fight for Norway; Heinkel-haunted Skies: the Attack on the West; Seeking the Raider in his Lair; Ten Million Miles of Sea; Ocean Rendezvous; The Attack on the U-Boats; The Big Bad Wulf; Rescue Missions and Secret Missions; Blockade by Mine and Bomb; Torpedoes Running Strongly; Their Spirit is Serene. 3. Fleet Air Arm - 127 pp, 1943, b&w photographs (including aerial), maps - Contents: The Swordfish Strike in Bomba Bay; Afirfields Afloat: The Carriers; The Aircraft of the Fleet; When a Sailor Learns to Fly; "Those in Whose Work They Trust"; Frigates of the Air; Spotting for the Fleet; The Triumph at Taranto; Find, Fix and Strike; "We Will Go Up and Fight"; Roof Over the Convoy; Long Odds: From Dunkirk to Crete; Desert Squadrons; In Support of the Army: Norway to Madagascar; The Shape of Things to Come: North Africa; In the Great Company of the Navy. 4. Ark Royal - 63 pp, 1942, b&w photographs, map - Contents: "Where is the Ark Royal?"; The Building of the Ark; The Ark Goes to War; Ocean Search: The Hunt for the Graf Spee; Norway: At Grips with the Luftwaffe; "This Melancholy Action"; The Long Arm of Force H; "The Convoy Must Go Through"; The Hazard That Beat the Bismark; The Spirit of the Ark. 5. Atlantic Bridge - 75 pp, 1945, b&w photographs, map endpapers - Contents: Overture and Beginners; First to Go: The Hudsons; The Crossing of the Catalinas; The Ferry Service Grows; Over the Top of the World; A Search Party Went Out; The Spans of the Flying Bridge; "Round the Parish": a North Atlantic Tour; A Great Black Rock in the Arctic; Records of the Northern Route; Cargoes and Supercargoes; A Dispatch for Mr. Churchill; Three Thousand Miles to Africa; "Up the Line": Middle East Supply Routes. Interiors - clean and tight, ArkRoyal has small soft creasesa top/bottom corners of first twenty pages. Exteriors - Bomber Command: light lean to spine, light edge wear - a little more on spine, light curl to front corners which migrates into pages, wrinkling on spine. Coastal Command: ight lean to spine, light edge wear - a little more on spine, light small curl to front corners which migrates into adjacent pages, moderate wrinkling on spine and hinges, several small foxing marks on spine. Fleet Air Arm: very small cut at top of rear hinge - migrates into adjacent pages. Ark Royal: very light wear at top/bottom of spine. Atlantic Bridge: very light wear on spine, minor soiling on rear cover. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
SMOKE TRAILS IN THE SKY., Bartley, Tony.
4 Bartley, Tony. SMOKE TRAILS IN THE SKY.
Crecy, (Wilmslow, 1997), new edition. 
208 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0947554637 B&w photos, frontispiece portrait. "(Tony Bartley) joined the RAF at the outbreak of war and flew Spitfires with 92 Squadron from RAF Hornchurch, first in the Battle of Fran ce, then covering the Dunkirk evacuation. Later in 1940 the Squadron moved to RAF Biggin Hill which bore the brunt of attacks from German fighters and bombers. At the height of the Battle of Britain he flew daily over London alongside several 9 2 S quadron pilots who went on to fame such as Robert Stanford Tuck, Brian Kingcome and Don Kingaby...Bartley went on to test-fly Spitfires, then led 65 Squadron at Debden and 111 Squardron in North Africa. He flew with 70th Fighter Wing of the Am er i ca n 9th Air Force covering the Normandy landings at Omaha beach. (His) account relives the atmosphere of close knit fighter Squadrons, and also the respite offered by the London social life. Here he met the actress Deborah Kerr, who he marri ed im med iately after the war." Place, date and initials in ink on free front endpaper; book is slightly cocked; areas of light discoloration on boards; small shallow bump on fore-edge of both boards. Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top of spi ne and fla p-folds - one tiny tear, light rubbing, a few faint line indentations on panels. Very Good-/Very Good 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
HOW TO FLY AN AIRPLANE:  BASIC FLIGHT INSTRUCTION., Brookes, Bernard, Captain.  Jack Olen Bennett, technical adviser.
5 Brookes, Bernard, Captain. Jack Olen Bennett, technical adviser. HOW TO FLY AN AIRPLANE: BASIC FLIGHT INSTRUCTION.
New York Garden City Publishing 1943 Second Edition Hard Cover Very Good - 
223 pp, 7 1/4" H. Pictorial boards/endpapers. Illustrated throughout in black, white & red with photographs, drawings/diagrams. Published during the Second World War, this book was aimed at prospective pilots. "Chapter by chapter, with the aid of the drawings which accompany them, any pupil can use his imagination to visualize himself actually operating a plane. When the time comes for his practical flight training, he should be able to take to the air like a duck to a puddle." Contents: The Future Pilot; Lesson (One - Ten); Review of Lessons; Parachutes; Parachutes Save Lives; Instruments; Gliders and Gliding; Bombers and Bombardiers; Nomenclature of Terms (Commonly Used Around Air Fields). Light edge wear - a little more at top/bottom of spine and at corners. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
UNEXPECTED DRAGON TRILOGY.  1. PIGS DON'T FLY.  2. MASTER OF MANY TREASURES.  3. DRAGONNE'S EG.  THREE VOLUME SET., Brown, Mary.  Cover art by Darrell K. Sweet and Bob Eggleton.
6 Brown, Mary. Cover art by Darrell K. Sweet and Bob Eggleton. UNEXPECTED DRAGON TRILOGY. 1. PIGS DON'T FLY. 2. MASTER OF MANY TREASURES. 3. DRAGONNE'S EG. THREE VOLUME SET.
Baen, (Riverdale, 1994, 1995, 1999), Ist printings. 
370 pp, 373 pp, 339 pp, mass market paperbacks - 3 volumes. Cover art by Darrell K. Sweet (Books 1 & 2) and Bob Eggleton (Book 3). "Left an orphan with a small dowry and a magic ring, all Summer wanted was to find a husband and settle down. But she hadn't reckoned on the raggle-tail assortment of creatures who needed her help...the blaspheming dog, broken-down horse, crippled pigeon, half-dead tortoise and flying pig had ideas of their own, and Summer was to find her journey's end - and love - very different from what she expected..." (Books 1 & 2). "Life was hard for Sophie: tragically orphaned not so long ago, she eked out a living as a teacher in a poor-house school in a Dickensian London slum. Then her life was turned upside down when she was informed that a previously unsuspected uncle, now deceased, had left her a handsome legacy - which she could redeem only after fulfilling a Last Request: to return a dragon's egg to its rightful place in the uncharted wastes of Central Asia..." (Book 3). Interiors - very light browning in books 1 & 2, bookstore stamp in book 3, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exteriors - very light edge wear, edges of textblock of books 1 & 2 lightly browned. VG 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
BRITISH AEROPLANES 1914-18., Bruce, J.M.
7 Bruce, J.M. BRITISH AEROPLANES 1914-18.
Funk & Wagnalls, New York, (1969), 2nd impression. 
742 pp, 4to (11 1/4" H), hard cover (teal blue boards with gold lettering and decoration of spine) - no dust jacket. Profusely illustrated in b&w with photographs, drawings and specification tables. "This book attempts to record the British aeroplanes that flew or were designed during the war years. It therefore includes notes on several types which were designed before the war and others which did not fly until after the Armistice...Aircraft types are listed in chronological sequence (as far as that can be determined) under each manufacturer's name. The only exceptions to this arrangement are the designs of the Royal Aircraft Factory: the main classes are arranged alphabetically, and the sub-types are arranged numerically in each class..." Indexed by: Aeroplanes; Engines; Manufacturers (Part I - Aircraft Manufacturers, Part II - Engine Manufacturers). Gift inscription and previous owners info. on front free endpaper, minor soiling on rear endpapers. Light edge wear to boards, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, tiny tear at top of spine, boards are rubbed/faintly scratched and have a few small areas of discoloration/soiling. VG- 
Price: 115.00 USD
 
 
WEATHER FLYING.  REVISED AND ENLARGED THIRD EDITION., Buck, Robert N.  Introduction by Wolfgang Langewiesche.
8 Buck, Robert N. Introduction by Wolfgang Langewiesche. WEATHER FLYING. REVISED AND ENLARGED THIRD EDITION.
Macmillan, New York, 1988, revised and enlarged third edition. 
311 pp, 8vo (8 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0025180215 B&w photographs, drawings, maps. "Revised and updated, this edition includes: New ways to obtain weather information before and in flight using national TV coverage and the new-st yle FSS stations; An expanded section on the use of satellite pictures, including new illustrations; A simple explanation of wind shear and its avoidance, with an appraisal of the new instrumention to help fly through it; The latest informatio n o n r adar and its use, and the importance of Stormscope, especially for smaller aircraft." Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds. Fine/Very Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE BESTIARY OF CHRIST., Charbonneau-Lassay, Louis.  Translated/abridged by D.M. Dooling.
9 Charbonneau-Lassay, Louis. Translated/abridged by D.M. Dooling. THE BESTIARY OF CHRIST.
New York Arkana / Penguin 1992 0140194495 / 9780140194494 Soft Cover Very Good+ Woodcuts by the Author. 
467 pp, 9" H. B&w illustrations. "A legendary work of religious scholarship and art history, available in English for the first time. This extraordinary - and extraordinarily beautiful - volume introduces readers to a compendium of animal symbolism that ranks with the greatest of classical and medieval bestiaries. (It) was the life's work of the French Catholic scholar Louis Charbonneau-Lessay, who combed the religious traditions of ancient Egypt, classical Greece and Rome, early and medieval Christianity, Gnosticism, Kabbalah, and alchemy to research it. First published in France at the outbreak of World War II and nearly destroyed in the war's devastations, this masterpiece of scholarship has been translated and abridged (from its original thousand-page length) by D.M. Dooling, the founder and editorial director of 'Parabola: The Magazine of Myth and Tradition', and includes 400 woodcuts by the author." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - remainder mark on top of text block. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
10 Cornwell, E.L. STILL FLYING.
Ian Allan, London, (1979), Ist edition. 
80 pp, large 8vo, HC (pictorial boards - no dust jacket). Profusely illus with b&w photos. Contents: Battle of Britain Memorial Flight; The Shuttleworth Collection reches its Half-Century; Keeping Historic Aircraft Flying; Strathallan Aircraft Co llection; Weekend in the Country; Fleet Air Arm Historic Flight; Where Historic Aircraft Fly. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edgewear/rubbing. VG+ 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
LIGHTNING: THE OPERATIONAL HISTORY., Darling, Kev.
11 Darling, Kev. LIGHTNING: THE OPERATIONAL HISTORY.
Airlife, (Shrewsbury, 1995). 
165 pp, large 8vo (9 5/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Profusely illustrated with color and b&w photographs, drawings. 'Part Two of the book shows that many of the species survive. Part One, on the other hand, is an attempt to look at the aircraft from a different angle, not so much the fighter pilot's glamorous view but the day-to-day operations, trials and tribulations and the joys and delights of a ground crew struggling to come to terms with an aircraft that was, in many ways, a quantum leap in technology. A delight to fly, a joy to watch and a menace to work on - these sentiments seem to sum up the Lightning." Contents: Introduction; The Thunder Begins; Cutting Metal; Inside the Lightning; From Hand to Jig: The Tall Tails; The Thunderous T-Birds; The Square Fins; Lightnings in the Sand; After the Thunder; Selected RSAF Lightning Histories; Royal Saudi Air Force Lightnings; Kuwait Air Force Lightnings; Lightnings Clinging on to Life - Just!; Appendices - Lightning Production and Contracts; P.1 and Lightning Production Airframe Totals; RAF Lightning Operators; Lightning Crashes and their Causes; Lightning Colour Schemes; Lightning Comparative Strengths. Very light wrinkling at bottom of spine, minor edge rubbing. Dust jacket has small areas of very light edge wrinkling, very light rubbing. VG+/VG+ 
Price: 32.50 USD
 
 
12 Delve, Ken, ed. FLYPAST. NO. 182. SEPTEMBER 1996. (FLY PAST.)
Key, Stamford, Lincs., 1996. 
82 pp, 11 5/8" H, soft cover (magazine format - stapled in wraps). Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Contents: Editorial (Airshow tragedies); News (P-38 and Mosquito lost...Aussie Mossie...Bristol 170 crash....Navy Sea Hawk.... ); Chipmunks Galore; Flycatcher Finale (Fairey Flycatcher S1287 retires); Spanish Schnellbomber (Ju 88s with Spanish Air Force); Transair Pair (Transair Jet Provost Duo); Racing; Airshow; Strike on Koriyama ; We Hunt by Day and Night (Mete o r s a n d J a velins with 85 Sqn.); The SARO Story (Saunders-Roe); The Eagle of Wittering (Hawker Hurricane); Power House (Rolls-Royce Heritage Trust), etc. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wea r/ wr in k li ng , v er y light wear at top/bottom of spine, minor browning to edges of textblock. VG 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
13 Delve, Ken, ed. FLYPAST. NO. 188. MARCH 1997. (FLY PAST.)
Key, Stamford, Lincs., 1997. 
82 pp, 11 5/8" H, soft cover (magazine format - stapled in wraps). Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Contents: News; Tempest Trouble (RAF Tempest force-lands in Russian sector of occupied Berlin, 1947); The X Factor (X-planes, including review of surviving airframes); Flying the Hurricane (BBMF's Hawker Hurricane); Night Fighter Ace - Nat Addison; Evaluating the Enemy (testing captured Luftwaffe equipment); The Snaring of Dora Nordpol (Dornier Do 217); Restoration of a Do ve (Canadian de Havilland classic); British Airliners; Israeli Ace (Ran Ronen from Spitfires to F-15s), etc. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, minor browning to edges of textblock, f a i n t s m a l l ghost sticker mark on front cover with slight glue residue. Very Good+ 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
LANCASTER: RAF HEAVY BOMBER., Dick, Ron, Air Vice-Marshal.  Photographs by Dan Patterson.
14 Dick, Ron, Air Vice-Marshal. Photographs by Dan Patterson. LANCASTER: RAF HEAVY BOMBER.
Howell, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1996. 
66 pp, 12" H, soft cover. ISBN 1574270524 Profusely illustrated with colour and b&w photographs. "During the darkest days of World War II, as bombs fell on the home population of Great Britain and the firestorm that had raged across Europe was po ised to engulf the world, there were precious few ways for the Allies to strike back at their enemy. One of their most powerful weapons was the magnificent Avro Lancaster bomber, with its legendary Rolls-Royce Merlin engines, its enormous bomb b a y , and its steadily improving electronic countermeasures that enabled it to strike deep into the heart of Nazi Germany. With wonderfully detailed photographs of various crew positions, instrumentation, engines, and armament, along with archiv al W WI I photographs, you'll fly with the pilots and crew of this aviation classic." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor edge wrinkling and rubbing. Very Good+ 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
TEST PILOT., Duke, Neville.  In collaboration with Alan W. Mitchell.
15 Duke, Neville. In collaboration with Alan W. Mitchell. TEST PILOT.
London Grub Street 1992 0948817631 / 9780948817632 New Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
195 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). First published in 1953, "(T)his new edition has an additional chapter covering Neville Duke's flying life from that date, and also has appendices and index, not included in the earlier book, together with a completely new selection of photographs." "The name of Neville Duke is well-known in aviation circles, not only as a successful wartime fighter pilot, but also as a peacetime test pilot with the Hawker Aviation Company. Joining the RAF at the beginning of the war, he found himself as a young fighter pilot with the crack 93 Squadron at RAF Biggin Hill, in 1941. Towards the end of the war he became an RAF test pilot and later a member of the RAF's High Speed Flight. This was the start of a successful career as a test pilot after leaving the Service in 1948, having been awarded the AFC. Working for Hawkers, he became Chief Test Pilot and did all the major flight development on one of the most famous of all RAF peacetime aircraft - the Hawker Hunter, and with it took the world speed record in 1953. Injured in a Hunter crash two years later, he was forced to leave Hawkers but continued to fly and later set up his own test flying business, as well as becoming the personal pilot of Sir George Dowty. He is now a freelance and still a highly respected test pilot, working on the Optica, Fieldmaster and Firemaster aeroplanes." Very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has very light rubbing, very light edge wrinkling. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
TEST PILOT., Duke, Neville.  In collaboration with Alan W. Mitchell.
16 Duke, Neville. In collaboration with Alan W. Mitchell. TEST PILOT.
London Grub Street 1992 0948817631 / 9780948817632 New Edition Hard Cover Fine Very Good 
195 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). First published in 1953, "(T)his new edition has an additional chapter covering Neville Duke's flying life from that date, and also has appendices and index, not included in the earlier book, together with a completely new selection of photographs." "The name of Neville Duke is well-known in aviation circles, not only as a successful wartime fighter pilot, but also as a peacetime test pilot with the Hawker Aviation Company. Joining the RAF at the beginning of the war, he found himself as a young fighter pilot with the crack 93 Squadron at RAF Biggin Hill, in 1941. Towards the end of the war he became an RAF test pilot and later a member of the RAF's High Speed Flight. This was the start of a successful career as a test pilot after leaving the Service in 1948, having been awarded the AFC. Working for Hawkers, he became Chief Test Pilot and did all the major flight development on one of the most famous of all RAF peacetime aircraft - the Hawker Hunter, and with it took the world speed record in 1953. Injured in a Hunter crash two years later, he was forced to leave Hawkers but continued to fly and later set up his own test flying business, as well as becoming the personal pilot of Sir George Dowty. He is now a freelance and still a highly respected test pilot, working on the Optica, Fieldmaster and Firemaster aeroplanes." Book is Fine. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top edge, minor rubbing. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE IMPERIAL RUSSIAN AIR SERVICE: FAMOUS PILOTS & AIRCRAFT OF WORLD WAR ONE., Durkota, Alan; Darcey, Thomas; Kulikov, Victor.  Drawings by Ian Stair & Harry Woodman.  Illustrations by Alan Durkota, Terry Waldron & James Dietz.
17 Durkota, Alan; Darcey, Thomas; Kulikov, Victor. Drawings by Ian Stair & Harry Woodman. Illustrations by Alan Durkota, Terry Waldron & James Dietz. THE IMPERIAL RUSSIAN AIR SERVICE: FAMOUS PILOTS & AIRCRAFT OF WORLD WAR ONE.
Flying Machines Press, Mountain View, California, 1995, first edition. 
546 pp, 4to (12 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0963711024 Map endpapers. "(This) is the first comprehensive story of the men, women, and machines that pioneered aviation in Czarist Russia. Historians, aviation enthusiasts, and modelers alike will find this lavishly-illustrated book vital. Detailed biographies of every Russian ace and every foreign ace who flew in Russia during World War One are included, together with victory information on each pilot. The WWI career of I g o r S i korsky and Dimitry Grigorovich, the most important early Russian designers, are covered in separate sections together with their aircraft. Key manufacturers Anatra, Dux, and Lebedev and their aircraft are detailed. The stories of other no ta bl e R us sian aviation pioneers, including the first women pilots to fly in combat, are told. Medals and awards are discussed in their own section and illustrated with colour photos. Pilots and aircraft are illustrated in more than 600 rar e p hot ogr ap hs, ma ny published here for the first time. The 48-page color section includes paintings, photos of awards, and colour illustrations of 85 aircraft. In addition, 40 aircraft are detailed in 3-view drawings to standard 1/48 or 1/72 sca les. " L igh t wr inkl ing at bottom of spine. Dust jacket has small soft crease at top of spine, minor rubbing, corner crease at top corner of front flap. Very Good+/Very Good+ 
Price: 165.00 USD
 
 
18 Ellis, Ken, ed. FLYPAST. NO. 144. JULY 1993. (FLY PAST.)
Key, Stamford, Lincs., 1993. 
71 pp, 11 5/8" H, soft cover (magazine format - stapled in wraps). Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Contents: Fifty Years of Stardom (Spitfire MH434); When the Skies were Full (wartime diary); Much More than Bouncing Bombs (Ba rnes Wallis collection, Elvington); Classical Youth (biplane); From STOL-port to craft-shop (CNAM's workshop facility); Coventry's World-Beaters (Rolls-Royce Heritage Trust collection at Parkside); Show Stealers! (SAAF Museum at Swartkop) ; O n e a n d Only (Bf 109 Gustav); The JP Stands Down (Jet Provost); Last of 'The Brats' (Haltonians); News (Blenheim and Swordfish); Originators (Strategic Bombers); Lend-Lease (First over 'The Hump'?); Worn With Pride (Battle Honours); FlyPost ( W al la ce an d Sp i tfire), etc. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, minor browning to edges of textblock. VG+ 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
FLYPAST.  NO. 54.  JANUARY 1986.  (FLY PAST.), Ellis, Ken, ed.
19 Ellis, Ken, ed. FLYPAST. NO. 54. JANUARY 1986. (FLY PAST.)
Key, Stamford, Lincs., 1986. 
60 pp, 11 3/4" H, soft cover (magazine format - stapled in wraps). Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, 4 pages of color. Contents: The Spitfire Legend; FotoPost (downed RAF bombers, including Stirling in German markings); Between the Wars Bombers (Westland's Wapiti and Wallace); Aviation Archaeology (wrecks); Preservation Project (Cotswolds); Swiss Vintage Aviation; Disposal (F-105 Thunderchief); Museums of the World (Robins Air Force Base, Georgia). Interior - minor browning to pag es, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear to covers, light wear on spine, very light rubbing on rear cover, small ghost sticker mark on front cover, 1 1/2" tear at top of spine, light brown i n g t o e d g es of textblock. Very Good- 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
FLYPAST.  NO. 72.  JULY 1987.  (FLY PAST.), Ellis, Ken, ed.  (Aldon Ferguson, Don Middleton, David Olive, David Brown, Paul Brindley, Ken Wixey.)
20 Ellis, Ken, ed. (Aldon Ferguson, Don Middleton, David Olive, David Brown, Paul Brindley, Ken Wixey.) FLYPAST. NO. 72. JULY 1987. (FLY PAST.)
Key, Stamford, Lincs., 1987. 
70 pp, 11 11/16" H, soft cover (magazine format - stapled in wraps). Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Contents: Castrol Challenge II; Thums Up! (Spitfire equipped Thum Flight); Transports of delight (auction); Rise and Fall of the Swift (Supermarine); Airspeed (Ambassador); Golden Goose (Grumman); SIA and Consul (Singapore International Airlines unveils Airspeed Consul restoration); Disposal (RF-8 Crusader); Register Review (Dakota); Engines (Bristol piston eng i n e s ) ; B e t ween the Wars Bombers (Harrows and Sparrows); Type Report (Sea Fury, Thunderbolt); Aviation Archaeology (Leigh Light Wellington, Typhoon), etc. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge w ea r, v er y li g ht w ea r at top/bottom of spine, very light rubbing on rear cover, minor browning to edges of textblock. VG 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
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