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BRITANNIA:  A JOURNAL OF ROMANO-BRITISH AND KINDRED STUDIES.  VOLUME 9 1978.  (VOLUME IX - 1978.), Baatz, Dietwulf; Barrett, A.A.; Birley, Eric; Buckland, Paul; Castle, Stephen A.; Hanson, W.S.; Jackson, D.A.; Ambrose, T.M.; Jarrett, Michael G.; Johnson, Stephen; McPeake, J.C.; Moore, C.N.; McWhirr, Alan; Viner, David; Miller, M.; St Joseph, J.,
1 Baatz, Dietwulf; Barrett, A.A.; Birley, Eric; Buckland, Paul; Castle, Stephen A.; Hanson, W.S.; Jackson, D.A.; Ambrose, T.M.; Jarrett, Michael G.; Johnson, Stephen; McPeake, J.C.; Moore, C.N.; McWhirr, Alan; Viner, David; Miller, M.; St Joseph, J., BRITANNIA: A JOURNAL OF ROMANO-BRITISH AND KINDRED STUDIES. VOLUME 9 1978. (VOLUME IX - 1978.)
The Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, London, 1978. 
525 pp + 32 b&w plates at rear, large 8vo (9 11/16" H), soft cover. B&w maps, plans, drawings, diagrams, graphs, tables, (some fold-out) + photographic plates. Contents: Notes for Contibutors; Editorial; Recent Finds of Ancient Artillery; Knowle dge of the Literary Classics in Roman Britain; The Adherence of Britain to Vespasian; A First-Century Shield from Doncaster, Yorkshire; Amphorae from Brockley Hill, 1975; The Organisation of Roman Military Timber-Supply; Excavations at Wake r l e y , N o r thants, 1972-75; The Case of the Redundant Official; Excavations at Hayton Roman Fort, 1975; A Bronze Skillet-handle from Chester and other vessels from the British Isles; The Production and Distribution of Tiles in Roman Britain wi th p ar ti cu l ar r ef erence to the Cirencester region; The Last British Entry in the 'Gallic Chronicles'; An Enamelled Skillet-handle from Brough-on-Fosse and the distribution of similar vessels; The Camp at Durno, Aberdeenshire, and the site o f M ons Gr aup ius ; Exc ava tio ns near Hadrian's Wall at Tarraby Lane, 1976; Halls or Yards? A problem of villa-interpretation; Two Romano-British Genii; Property-boundaries and the Sizes of Building-plots; Tile-stamps of the Ninth Legion found i n Br itai n; N otes : A fu rthe r ve ssel of the Aldgate-Pulborough Potter - An ususual late Roman Mortarium from Caister by Yarmouth, Norfolk - Another Intaglio from Wroxter - A possible Roman Lyre-sculpture fragment in the British Museum - A frag ment of a Roman cava lry tom bston e fro m Cir encester - A Roman camp near Girvan, Ayreshire; Roman Britain in 1977: Sites Explored - Inscriptions; Reviews; Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies; Indexes. Interior - faint small bump at top c orner of s ome pa ges, o ther wise clean and t ight w ith no other ownership marks. Exterior - book is lightly twisted on spine, very light edge wear, minor rubbing. Very Good 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH.  WINTER, 1952.  VOL. XXX.  NO. 124., Baldry, W.Y., ed.  (L.E. Buckell, Major P. Young, S.G.P. Ward, C.C.P. Lawson, W.Y. Carman, Major G. Tylden, Lt-Col. R.J.T. Hills, A.R. Cattley, C.T. Atkinson, G.O. Rickword, Col. R.M. Glazebrook, Col. H.C.B. Rogers, Major N.P. Dawnay, et al.)
2 Baldry, W.Y., ed. (L.E. Buckell, Major P. Young, S.G.P. Ward, C.C.P. Lawson, W.Y. Carman, Major G. Tylden, Lt-Col. R.J.T. Hills, A.R. Cattley, C.T. Atkinson, G.O. Rickword, Col. R.M. Glazebrook, Col. H.C.B. Rogers, Major N.P. Dawnay, et al.) JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH. WINTER, 1952. VOL. XXX. NO. 124.
Society for Army Historical Research, London, 1952. 
Paging runs 143 to 190, 10" H, soft cover. Colour frontispiece, 4 pages sepiatone illustrations, 2 maps, 2 pages b&w illustrations (belt plates). Contents include: The First Hussar Uniform worn by the 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars, c. 1832; The Royalist Army at the Relief of Newark; Milgapey, May, 1809 (with maps); Two Portraits in the Bernard Gallery; The Grenadier Guards, 1831; The British Army and the Transvaal, 1875 to 1885; Lieutenant-General Sir George MacMunn, K.C.B., K.C.S.I., D.S. O.; Eight Military Miniatures; Badges of The Household Cavalry / Notes: Early 19th-Century Belt-Plates; Regiments "For the Sea Service"; Yeomanry Cavalry Uniforms, 1795; Drums Beating, Colours Flying and Bayonets Fixed; British Standards an d C o l o u r s at Les Invalides; Field-Marshal John, Earl Ligonier; etc. / Questions; Replies (Badges of Rank; etc.); Index to Volume XXX, 1952. Interior - minor browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Ext er i or - l ig ht t o moderate edge wear/wrinkling, light browning, issue number written in ink on spine, three very small edge tears. Very Good- 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
BRITANNIA:  A JOURNAL OF ROMANO-BRITISH AND KINDRED STUDIES.  VOLUME XVI - 1985.  (VOLUME 16.), Boyd, W.E.; Breeze, David J.; Dobson, Brian; Evans, Edith; Dowdell, G.; Thomas, H.J.; Hutchinson, J.N.; Poole, Cynthia; Lambert, N.; Bromhead, E.N.; Jackson, Ralph; Jenkins, Ian; Wright, R.P.; Welsby, D.A.; Todd, Malcolm; Stephens, G.R.; Maxwell, et
3 Boyd, W.E.; Breeze, David J.; Dobson, Brian; Evans, Edith; Dowdell, G.; Thomas, H.J.; Hutchinson, J.N.; Poole, Cynthia; Lambert, N.; Bromhead, E.N.; Jackson, Ralph; Jenkins, Ian; Wright, R.P.; Welsby, D.A.; Todd, Malcolm; Stephens, G.R.; Maxwell, et BRITANNIA: A JOURNAL OF ROMANO-BRITISH AND KINDRED STUDIES. VOLUME XVI - 1985. (VOLUME 16.)
The Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, London, 1985. 
370 pp + 28 b&w plates at rear, large 8vo (9 5/8" H), soft cover. B&w maps, plans, drawings, diagrams, graphs, tables + photographic plates. Contents: Notes for Contibutors; Editorial; John Gillam: A Bibliography, 1939-84; Palaeobotanical Eviden ce from Mollins; Roman Military Deployment in North England; A Third-Century Maritime Establishment at Cold Knap, Barry, South Glamorgan; Combined Archaeological and Geotechnical Investigations of the Roman Fort at Lympne, Kent; Cosmetic Se t s f r o m L ate Iron Age and Roman Britain; A Group of Silvered Horse-Trappings from Xanten ('Castra Vetera'); Auchendavy Roman Fort and Settlement; Two 'Topoi' in the 'Agricola'; Fortlets and Distance Slabs on the Antonine Wall; Civic Aqueducts i n B ri ta in ; T he Roman Fort at Bury, Barton, Devonshire; Pottery Production in Muncaster, Eskdale in the Second Century A.D.; Official Tile-Stamps from London which cite the Province of Britain; Notes: Iron Age 'Coin Moulds' - A Miniature Bro nze A xe fr om Tid di ng ton , Warwickshire - An Inscribed Intaglio - A Decorative Bronze Applique from Silchester - A Bronze Lion from Hanbury, Worcestershire - Romano-British Fields and Farms in the Vale of Glamorgan - A Gold Ring from Littlecot e Pa rk - A Rev ise d Re sto rat ion of the Inscription on the Mosaic Pavement found in the Temple of Lydney Park, Gloucestershire; Roman Britain in 1983: Sites Explored - Inscriptions; Reviews; Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies; Indexes. Inte rio r - clean and tigh t wi th n o pr evious ownership marks. Exterior - book is very slightly cocked, very light edge wear, small surface paper loss at bottom of rear cover, soft crease at top of rear cover - migrates into last few pages. Very Good 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
THE JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ARTILLERY.  VOL. LXII, No. 4.  JANUARY, 1936., Capt. N. Skentebery; Maj.-Gen. Sir John Headlam, Major C.G.D. Thrupp, Lt.-Col. R.A.E. Voysey, Lt.-Col. C.O. Head, Maj.-Gen. Sir Richard Bannatine-Allason, Lt.-Col. O.F.G. Hogg, Major J.H. Leslie, et al.
4 Capt. N. Skentebery; Maj.-Gen. Sir John Headlam, Major C.G.D. Thrupp, Lt.-Col. R.A.E. Voysey, Lt.-Col. C.O. Head, Maj.-Gen. Sir Richard Bannatine-Allason, Lt.-Col. O.F.G. Hogg, Major J.H. Leslie, et al. THE JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ARTILLERY. VOL. LXII, No. 4. JANUARY, 1936.
Royal Artillery Institution, Woolwich, 1936. 
i-xvi, 403-521 pp, + ads, large 8vo 9 3/4" H, soft cover. B&w photos, reproductions, map. Among the articles in this issue: The Indian Regiment of Artillery; Marching Through Sinai; A Week with the Royal Indian Navy; "Tanks without Tears"; The Future of the Territorial Army; Our Neglect of Wellington; Campaigning in Java - 1812; Meandering in Morocco; Leaves from an African Diary - An Elephant Hunt, etc. Interior - folding map laid in opposite page 482. Exterior - faint stamp on front cover, slight curling to corners, light soiling to edges of text block, tape repair at top of front hinge, small tear and light wear at bottom of spine, top of spine bumped throughout book, crease to top corner of rear cover and approx. last 20 pages, book lightly cocked, minor edge wear - one tiny closed tear. Good reading copy. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
5 Dickens, Charles. Introduction by A.N. Wilson. THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB. CONTAINING A FAITHFUL RECORD OF THE PERAMBULATIONS, PERILS, TRAVELS, ADVENTURES AND SPORTING TRANSACTIONS OF THE CORRESPONDING MEMBERS. (THE PICKWICK PAPERS.)
London Folio Society 2004 Quarter-Leather Fine R. Seymour, R.W. Buss and "Phiz". 
798 pp, 10 1/4" H. Quarter bound in deep maroon leather with maroon cloth sides, black leather title label with gilt lettering/border on spine. Gilt borders on front and rear boards, top edge gilt, integral maroon ribbon bookmark. Maroon endpapers and slipcase. B&w illustrations by R. Seymour, R.W. Buss and Phiz. "The text and illustrations of this edition reproduce those of the Nonesuch Dickens, published in 1937 by the Nonesuch Press - with minor emendations." Book is Fine. Slipcase has very minor rubbing, a tiny and a very small bump at top front edges, and a few very tiny soiling marks on one side panel. 
Price: 65.00 USD
 
 
JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH.  SUMMER, 1967.  VOL. XLV.  NO. 182., Erskine, David, ed.  (W.Y. Carman, Henry L. Snyder, T.H. McGuffie, Ernest M. Teagarden, B.W. Cox, Major-General G. Surtees, R.M. Hatton, Captain W.J. Irving, Major N.P. Dawnay, W.A. Thorburn, Col. Colin Buchanan, A.N. Ricketts, et al.)
6 Erskine, David, ed. (W.Y. Carman, Henry L. Snyder, T.H. McGuffie, Ernest M. Teagarden, B.W. Cox, Major-General G. Surtees, R.M. Hatton, Captain W.J. Irving, Major N.P. Dawnay, W.A. Thorburn, Col. Colin Buchanan, A.N. Ricketts, et al.) JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH. SUMMER, 1967. VOL. XLV. NO. 182.
Society for Army Historical Research, London, 1967. 
Paging runs 63 - 126, 9 11/16" H, soft cover. One colour plate, 4 pages sepiatone illustrations, 2 maps/plans. Contents include: The Worcestershire Yeomanry and Richard Dighton; The Duke of Marlborough's Request of His Captain-Generalcy for Life: A Re-examination; An Early Field Day Exercise; Lord Haldane and the Origins of Officers Training Corps; The Arm Badges of The 14th (King's) Hussars, The 14th/20th King's Hussars and The 20th Hussars; British Colours at Saratoga; Sir James Jefferyes in the Army of William III, Queen Anne and George I; Tregantle Fort, Plymouth; Obituary Notices: Mr. T.H. McGuffie - Mr. C.C.P. Lawson / Notes: The "Six Old Corps" and Their "Ancient" Badges; The "Six Old Corps" In Britain and France; etc. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, light browning, issue number written in ink on spine, minor wrinkling on spine, one small corner crease - migrates into first few pages. Very Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE GREAT BADGE COLLECTION OF THE REGIMENTS AND CORPS OF THE CANADIAN ARMY.  VOLUME I., Irwin, Arthur Bruce.  Foreword by General J.A. Dextraze.  Introduction by Colonel  N.A. Buckingham.
7 Irwin, Arthur Bruce. Foreword by General J.A. Dextraze. Introduction by Colonel N.A. Buckingham. THE GREAT BADGE COLLECTION OF THE REGIMENTS AND CORPS OF THE CANADIAN ARMY. VOLUME I.
Scarborough, Ontario Military Badge Collections Inc. 1973 Heavy Card Good 
Three folding boards (12 1/2" H x 11" W), housing 60 facsimile cap badges of Canadian Army Regiments and Corps. The centre section contains stapled booklet (glued to the board by rear cover) with a foreword and introduction, followed by short histories of the Regiments/Corps - unpaginated (24 pp including both covers) - with b&w and colour illustrations, including centrefold showing badges included in Volume II). "This present volume, which is concerned exclusively with Armoured and Infantry Regiments contains replica badges of 60 units which were involved as a whole in active combat during the Second World War. (They) have been arranged in rows of five in order of precedence starting at the top row and reading from left to right. Although many of the Regiments and Corps whose badges appear here have either been amalgamated with other units or disbanded entirely, their badges have been accorded the precedence to which they would be entitled were they in existence." The badges included are: The Royal Canadian Dragoons; Lord Strathcona's Horse; 8th Canadian Hussars; The Governor General's Horse Guards; 4th Princess Louise Dragoon Guards; The Ontario Regiment; Sherbrooke Fusilier Regiment; Le Regiment de Trois-Rivieres; 1st Hussars; 17th Duke of York's Royal Canadian Hussars; The British Columbia Regiment; 12th Manitoba Dragoons; South Alberta Regiment; 8th. (Reserve) Reconnaissance Regiment (14th. Canadian Hussars); Calgary Regiment; The British Columbia Dragoons; The Fort Garry Horse; The Royal Canadian Regiment; Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry; Royal 22e Regiment; Governor General's Foot Guards; The Canadian Grenadier Guards; The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada; The Black Watch of Canada; The Royal Rifles of Canada; The Royal Regiment of Canada; The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry; The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment; The Lincoln and Welland Regiment; Perth Regiment; The Highland Light Infantry of Canada; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders; Le Regiment de la Chaudiere; Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal; The Princess Louise Fusiliers; Carleton and York Regiment; South Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment; The West Nova Scotia Regiment; North Nova Scotia Highlanders; Cape Breton Highlanders; Le Regiment de Maisonneuve; The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa; The Royal Winnipeg Rifles; The Essex and Kent Scottish; 48th Highlanders of Canada; The Algonquin Regiment; The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada; Lake Superior Regiment; Saskatoon Light Infantry; The Regina Rifle Regiment; The South Saskatchewan Regiment; The Loyal Edmonton Regiment; The Winnipeg Grenadiers; The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada; The Westminster Regiment; The Calgary Highlanders; The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada; The Canadian Scottish Regiment; The Irish Regiment of Canada; The Toronto Scottish Regiment. **Volume I Only.** Very light browning in margins of pages, small corner crease on front cover, text block is loose in covers as staple have become detached. fron covers. Folding boards have browning to edges and surfaces, moderate external edge wear, an area of scuffing at top inside of front board, several very small scuffs and two small dents on inside folded board. 
Price: 75.00 USD
 
 
8 Lucas, Laddie, ed. (K.R. vand er Spuy, James Byford McCudden, Raymond Chance, P.S. Engelbach, A.A.N. Breckon, R.T. Partridge, C.R. Caldwell, David J. Shannon, Charles Barry, John H. Moutray, R.A. Percy, K.S. Batchelor, OUT OF THE BLUE: THE ROLE OF LUCK IN AIR WARFARE 1917-1966.
London Grafton 1987 0586070885 / 9780586070888 Reprint Mass Market Paperback Very Good Michael Trim. 
542 pp, 7" H. B&w drawings. "Beginning in 1917 with Lord Balfour's miraculous safe landing after ejection from his crushed biplane, (this) is an extraordinary compilation of lucky escapes, own goals and near-misses by both famous and unknown war pilots. Captain Len Trent VC tells us how luck saved his life in the legendary Great Escape from Stalag Luft III in 1944. Fighter pilot Yutaka Yokota, who volunteered as a human torpedo in the Pacific, recalls how mechanical trouble stopped him making the supreme sacrifice. And an Australian gunner tells the intriguing tale of his clairvoyant mongrel. Ranging from the horrific to the humorous and the frankly incredible, (this) is a breathtaking assembly of stories by those who have risked their lives in aerial combat." Interior - very light browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light browning to edges of text block, minor edge wear, small soft corner crease on front cover and rear cover. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
CLASSIC TRAINS: THE GOLDEN AGE OF RAILROADING.  WORLD WAR II: RAILROADING'S FINEST HOUR.  WINTER 2001.  VOLUME 2, NUMBER 4., McGonigal, Robert S.; Withers, Bob; Zega, Michael; Hansen, Peter A.; Houser, Fred N.; Middleton, William D.; Wider, Patrick C.; King, Ed.
9 McGonigal, Robert S.; Withers, Bob; Zega, Michael; Hansen, Peter A.; Houser, Fred N.; Middleton, William D.; Wider, Patrick C.; King, Ed. CLASSIC TRAINS: THE GOLDEN AGE OF RAILROADING. WORLD WAR II: RAILROADING'S FINEST HOUR. WINTER 2001. VOLUME 2, NUMBER 4.
Waukesha, WI Kalmbach 2001 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
114 pp, 10 3/4" H - magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Articles: Ready to Serve the Nation: Soldiers' signatures recall a time when railroaders and railroads answered an urgent call; The B&O Goes to War: Records from early December 1941 show the effects of global conflict on Baltimare & Ohio's St. Louis line; Inspiring the Home Front: When war suddenly indundated them with traffic, the railroads switched advertising strategies; Hitler's Rail-Wreckers: Some of America's great railroad landmarks were prime targets in a daring Nazi sabotage plot; GI with a Paintbrush: Lt. Gil Reid's artwork captured the railroad scene around Naples, Italy, in 1944; Photo Classics: An all-color look at wartime railroading on the Santa Fe, Soo Line, C&IM, Atlantic Coast Line, and Key System; A Soldier's "Wartime Fan Trip": How a man rode trains over 20,000 miles in 2 years, courtesy of Uncle Sam; EMD's Shock Troops: While helping to defeat the Axis abroad, early E units, FT's, and switchers battled steam at home; Recalled to Active Duty: Marginalized by highways and the Depression, electric interurbans served with distinction during the war; Troop Cars: Boxcar-inspired troop sleepers and kitchen cars were answers to the railroads' wartime capacity crunch; Close Call at Clevilas Tunnel: a Virginian Railway operator's quick thinking prevented a catastrophe. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very small crease at top corner of front cover - migrates into first few pages. Light wear at top/bottom of spine. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH.  SPRING, 1953.  VOL. XXXI.  NO. 125., McGuffie, T.H., ed.  (L.E. Buckell, Major G. Tylden, Major P. Young, W.Y. Carman, Dr. F. Herrmann, C.C.P. Lawson, Major J.H. Busby, C.T. Atkinson, S.H. Ward, Major N.P. Dawnay, G.O. Rickword, Captain D.C. Anderson, Captain R.A. Ingham Clark, et al.)
10 McGuffie, T.H., ed. (L.E. Buckell, Major G. Tylden, Major P. Young, W.Y. Carman, Dr. F. Herrmann, C.C.P. Lawson, Major J.H. Busby, C.T. Atkinson, S.H. Ward, Major N.P. Dawnay, G.O. Rickword, Captain D.C. Anderson, Captain R.A. Ingham Clark, et al.) JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH. SPRING, 1953. VOL. XXXI. NO. 125.
Society for Army Historical Research, London, 1953. 
46 pp, 10" H, soft cover. Colour frontispiece, 6 pages sepiatone illustrations, 1 map. Contents include: The Royal 1st Devon Yeomanry, 1846; Inhlobane Mountain and Kambula, Zululand, 28th/29th March, 1879; The Prince of Wales's Regiment of Horse, 1642-46; Infantry Uniforms of the King's German Legion; Three Eighteenth-Century Portraits; Local Military Forces in Hertfordshire, 1793-1814; Minorca and the Navy in 1799; 23rd and 88th Foot, c. 1833; The Rifle Brigade, c. 1833 / Notes: A r m y C h a p l ains; The Ceylon Regiments, 1796 to 1874; Commissions and Warrants; 125th (or Loyal Stamford Volunteers) Regiment of Foot, 1794; Badges of the Household Cavalry; etc. / Questions; Replies (Metal Arm-Badges, Cavalry Regiments; Regime nt al B a dg es ; et c) . Museum Supplement No. 15 (Spring, 1953) laid in. Interior - minor browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light to moderate edge wear/wrinkling, light browning, issue nu mbe r w rit te n i n i nk on sp ine, two tiny edge tears, two very tiny stains on front cover. Very Good- 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH.  MARCH, 1966.  VOL. XLIV.  NO. 177., McGuffie, T.H., ed.  (Major N.P. Dawnay, Captain M.C. Spurrier, A.C.A. Ogg, J.P. Entract, Major A. McK. Annand, Brigadier O.F.G. Hogg, J.M. Selby, G. Derbridge, Lt-Col. R.J.T. Hills, W.A. Thorburn, et al.)
11 McGuffie, T.H., ed. (Major N.P. Dawnay, Captain M.C. Spurrier, A.C.A. Ogg, J.P. Entract, Major A. McK. Annand, Brigadier O.F.G. Hogg, J.M. Selby, G. Derbridge, Lt-Col. R.J.T. Hills, W.A. Thorburn, et al.) JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH. MARCH, 1966. VOL. XLIV. NO. 177.
Society for Army Historical Research, London, 1966. 
62 pp, 9 3/4" H, soft cover. One colour plate, 4 pages sepiatone illustrations, 1 b&w map. Contents include: Captain Henry Hanmer, Royal Horse Guards (The Blues), c. 1826; The Career of Robert Craufurd in the 75th Foot; Some Medals of the First (K ing's) Dragoon Guards; Henry Boswell Bennett: A Victim of the Last Peasant's Revolt, 1838; Obituary: Mr. W.Y. Baldry; The Colours of The Loyal MacLeod Fencibles, 1799-1802; John Campbell, 4th Earl of Loudoun (1705-1782); England's War Effor t A g a i n s t the Spanish Armada; Accounts of the War in the Crimea Written on the Battlefield; A History of the Drums and Fifes, 1650-1700 / Notes: The Scots Life Guards; etc. / Questions/ Replies: Yeomanry at Waterloo; etc. Interior - soft cr ea s e at t op c or ne r of most pages, old glue residue on front inside hinge, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - small bump to top of spine, minor edge wear, light browning, issue number written in ink on spine, mi no r wri nkl ing on sp ine , crease at top corner of front cover, small stain on rear cover, slight waviness to book. Very Good- 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH.  JUNE, 1963.  VOL. XLI.  NO. 166., McGuffie, T.H., ed.  (Major N.P. Dawnay, R.A. Innes, Major A. McK. Annand, W.Y. Carman, D.G. Chandler, Basil L. Crapster, Major G. Tylden, Antony Brett-James, W.A. Thorburn, A.N. Ricketts, et al.)
12 McGuffie, T.H., ed. (Major N.P. Dawnay, R.A. Innes, Major A. McK. Annand, W.Y. Carman, D.G. Chandler, Basil L. Crapster, Major G. Tylden, Antony Brett-James, W.A. Thorburn, A.N. Ricketts, et al.) JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH. JUNE, 1963. VOL. XLI. NO. 166.
Society for Army Historical Research, London, 1963. 
Paging runs 55 - 110, 9 7/8" H, soft cover. Two colour plates, 4 pages sepiatone illustrations, 1 b&w map/battle plan. Contents include: Three Military Portraits by an Unknown Artist; Jeremy Lister, 10th Regiment, 1770-1783 (concluded); Cornet Cha rles Forbes, 17th Lancers, c. 1825; A Carving of James the Second's Reign; From the Other Side of the Hill, Blenheim, 1704; A.B. Richards (1820-76): Journalist in Defence of Britain; The West African Regiment, 1898 to 1928; The Diary of Cap t a i n N e i l Douglas, 79th Foot, 1809 to 1810 / Notes: The "Six Old Corps" in Britain and France; The Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry in the 1870's; etc. Interior - small soft wrinkle on first few pages, minor browning to pages, otherwise cl ea n an d t ig ht w ith no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light to moderate edge wear/wrinkling, light browning, issue number written in ink on spine, three tiny edge tears. Very Good- 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
13 Mitford, Jessica. Introduced by A.N. Wilson. HONS AND REBELS.
London Folio Society 2010 Hard Cover Fine 
267 pp, 8vo (9" H), bound in cloth and printed with a design by Yann le Bec, based on a design by Gavin Morris - in slipcase. Jessica Mitford's autobiography, taking us up until the time her husband, Esmond Romilly, left her in the United States to fight in the Second World War. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
A SELECTION OF SHIPS' BADGES OF HIS MAJESTY'S ROYAL NAVIES., N/A
14 N/A A SELECTION OF SHIPS' BADGES OF HIS MAJESTY'S ROYAL NAVIES.
Gutta Percha & Rubber, Limited, Toronto, 1942. 
16 pp, 8 7/8" H, soft cover (stapled in wraps). Colour badges, sleeve markings and shoulder straps of naval officer, b&w silhouettes of British warships. A patriotic promotional piece from the Gutta Percha & Rubber Company, touting their contribut ion to the war effort and exhorting the public to save rubber. The back cover shows the badge of the Canadian Merchant Navy. Interior - water stains at fore-edge of pages and inside of covers, small soft crease at top corner of pages, . Exter i o r - water stain on covers - mainly on front, light edge wear - moderate on spine, a few soft wrinkles, one tiny edge tear. Good- 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
A SHORT HISTORY OF THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT 1694-1990.  "NEVER FEARED A FOE OF ANY KIND - THE GLOSTERS, 1694-1991"., N/A
15 N/A A SHORT HISTORY OF THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT 1694-1990. "NEVER FEARED A FOE OF ANY KIND - THE GLOSTERS, 1694-1991".
Printed by John Jennings, Gloucester, 1991. 
73 pp, 8 1/4" H, soft cover. B&w and colour illustrations. Contents: The Raising of the Regiment; Early Years of the Regiment; The Conquest of Canada; The West Indies, the American War of Independence, early years of the 61st Regiment; The French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars 1793-1815; India and the Sikh Wars; The Crimean War; The Indian Mutiny; The South African War; The First World War; Between the Wars; The Second World War; Amalgamation of the 1st (28th) and 2nd (61st) Battalions; T he War in Korea; Keeping the Peace; Appendices: The Regimental Family Tree; Where the Regular Battalions have served in Peace and War; Colonels & Commanding Officers; The Regimental Calendar; Victoria and George Crosses; Brief Accounts of F a m o u s B a t tles; The Regimental Colours; Regimental Traditions; Regimental Nicknames; Sporting Successes of the Regiment; The Regimental Association. Light cigarette odor, minor wear at top of spine. Very Good+ 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
ART DIRECTOR'S INDEX TO PHOTOGRAPHERS 7.  VOLUME 1. EUROPE.  (I), N/A
16 N/A ART DIRECTOR'S INDEX TO PHOTOGRAPHERS 7. VOLUME 1. EUROPE. (I)
RotoVision, Geneva, 1980. 
398 pp, 4to (12 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 2880460182 Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w. "As the world of the photograph increases and spreads so must the authoritative book. This volume of European photography contains the w ork of some 260 top professional photographers throughout the continent and is printed by Roto-Sadag in Geneva, Switzerland, to the high standards demanded by the quality of their work...." Trilingual text (English/French/German). Countri e s c o v e r e d: Austria, Belgium, Holland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom. Slight waviness to top/bottom edges of textblock, minor soiling mark on top of textblock. Dust jac ke t h as m in or e dg e wrinkling. Very Good+/Very Good+ 
Price: 55.00 USD
 
 
17 N/A ASSURANCE SONGS FOR EVANGELISM.
Lillenas, Kansas City, Missouri, n.d. 
52 pp, 8 3/16" H, soft cover - stapled in wraps. Lyrics and musical notation for 52 songs including: Amazing Grace; Blessed Assurance; Glorious Freedom; He Abides; How Firm a Foundation!; It Cleanseth Me; Leaning on the Everlasting Arms; Love Divine; My Burdens Rolled Away; My Wonderful Lord; Only Trust Him; Our Lord's Return to Earth Again; Pass Me Not; Revive Us Again; Standing on the Promises; The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power; The Cleansing Wave; There is a Fountain; To God Be the Glory; Under the Atoning Blood; We're Marching to Zion; Where He Leads Me, and more. Interior - two pages with small corner crease, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - light wear on spine, tiny speck on rear cover. VG 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
BACON'S ROUTE GUIDE TO 150 MILES ROUND LONDON FOR CYCLISTS AND MOTORISTS., N/A
18 N/A BACON'S ROUTE GUIDE TO 150 MILES ROUND LONDON FOR CYCLISTS AND MOTORISTS.
G.W. Bacon, London, [c1913]. 
28 pp + publisher's ads, 6 3/8" H, soft cover (stapled in wraps). The contents are divided into two sections: "Cyclist's Route Guide, 150 Miles Around London: Index to Routes (To and From)" and "150 Miles Round London: Popular Road Routes for Cycl ists - Distances in Miles and Furlongs. Interior - minor browning to pages - a few tiny foxing marks, staples are rusty, soft wrinkles on pages, one page with tiny edge tear and small corner crease otherwise clean and tight with no other o w n e r s h i p marks. Exterior - light browning, light to moderte soiling, light edge wear - mainly on spine. Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
BELGIUM: THE OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF WHAT HAPPENED, 1939-1940., N/A
19 N/A BELGIUM: THE OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF WHAT HAPPENED, 1939-1940.
Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs / Evans Brothers, London, n.d. 
110 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. 4 b&w illustrations, 5 fold-out maps - collated. "The invasion of Belgium and the Netherlands in May 1940 will remain one of the outstanding events of the second Great War. This volume, issued by the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, sets forth the official record of these events and includes all the important documents relating to them, some of which have not been previously published. Germany tried, as in 1914, to shift the res p o n s i b i lity for her crime on to her victim. The papers here published show, however, that the precautions taken by Belgium against German aggression were fully justified by the information received by the Belgian Government. This informatio n wa s dr am at ic ally confirmed when a German plane which crash-landed on Belgian soil in January 1940 was found to contain the orders for the Luftwaffe's part in a large-scale invasion of Belgium. That documentary evidence is reproduced in these p age s. L ear nin g f rom her past experience, Belgium had been preparing from 1930, and even before, against the menace of a new German aggression. The documents here presented prove that this grave preoccupation never ceased to inspire her po lic y in th e ye ars prec edin g the conflict." Book is slightly cocked, has scattered tiny foxing marks on edges of text block - mainly on top edge, minor rubbing. Dust jacket has two large edge tears - archivally taped, browning to spine and at upp er ed ge, some area s of very light edge wrinkling, a few tiny soiling specks, soft crease down spine. Very Good-/Good+ 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
CORONATION SOUVENIR OF OUR KING AND QUEEN WITH PRINCESS ELIZABETH & PRINCESS MARGRET ROSE.  THEIR STORY TOLD IN PICTURES., N/A
20 N/A CORONATION SOUVENIR OF OUR KING AND QUEEN WITH PRINCESS ELIZABETH & PRINCESS MARGRET ROSE. THEIR STORY TOLD IN PICTURES.
Sankey, Hudson, Manchester, n.d. (1937). 
64 pp, 8 3/16" H, soft cover (stapled in wraps). One page of text followed by pages of captioned b&w photographs. Title page continues: "Reproduced from authentic photographs of incidents in the lives of their Majesties the King and Queen". Not a history of the actual coronation, but of the lives of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth and their family up to the coronation. Interior - small soft crease at top corner of pages, minor soiling on last page, staples rusting, otherwise clea n a n d t i g h t with no other ownership marks. Exterior - light soiling to covers, staples rusting, small soft corner creases, one small edge tear archivally taped, minor edge wear. Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
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