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THE ESSENTIAL VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION GUIDE: WESTERN ALLIED TANKS 1939-45., Porter, David.
81 Porter, David. THE ESSENTIAL VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION GUIDE: WESTERN ALLIED TANKS 1939-45.
London Amber 2010 1906626324 / 9781906626327 Reprint. Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
192 pp, large 8vo (9 11/16" H). Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, colour profiles, insignia. "(O)ffers a highly-illustrated guide to the main armored fighting vehicles used by the Western Allies in the European theater during World War II. Organized chronologically by campaign, the book features a wide range of vehicles from every Allied country, including Poland, Holland, Belgium, France, Canada, Australia, the UK, and the U.S.A. (I)ncludes all the major and many minor tank types, with variants of the M4 Sherman, Stuart, Churchill, and Matilda, as well as mat-laying, engineering, and mine-clearing versions. Lesser-known models from the early years of the war, armored cars, halftracks, trucks, and amphibious vehicles make this a rounded compendium of Western Allied armored fighting vehicles. Sample unit structures and orders of battle from company up to corps level provide an organizational context for key campaigns, such as the Battle of France and the Normandy Landings." Previous owner's place, date and signature in ink on front free endpaper; old price 'blacked out' on free front endpaper. Dust jacket has some minor edgfe wrinlkling, small soft crease at top of front hinge. 
Price: 27.50 USD
 
 
82 Riley, R.C. BRIGHTON LINE ALBUM.
Ian Allen, London, (1972), 2nd printing. 
112 pp, large 8vo, hard cover in dust jacket. Profusely illustrated with b&w vintage photos of locomotives, sheds, bridges, accidents, signal boxes, etc. "...portrays something of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway over the last 70 years. S tarting in the spacious 'nineties and continuing through 25 years of the Southern Railway and then into British Railways' ownership, it is surprising to see how much of the character of the old line remained until recently..." Scattered t i n y s p o t m arks to copyright and introduction page, minor edgewear to boards, very tiny dint to top/bottom of boards. Dust jacket has light edgewear/wrinkling/rubbing, light stain to top of spine - mainly on the inside, crease at price corne r of f r on t fl ap , c olor picture n front panel is very bright. VG/VG- 
Price: 18.00 USD
 
 
FORTRESS EUROPE., Rolf, Rudi and Saal, Peter.
83 Rolf, Rudi and Saal, Peter. FORTRESS EUROPE.
Shrewsbury Airlife 1988 1853100323 / 9781853100321 First English Edition Soft Cover Very Good 
166 pp, 9 5/8" H. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, maps, plans. "The German capture of the supposedly impregnable Belgian fortress of Eben-Emael in May 1940 shocked the world, while the vaunted Maginot Line proved useless against an enemy who virtually ignored and bypassed it. As always, military planners had designed for the last rather than for the next war, ignoring the advances in tank and aircraft technology which had revolutionised warfare. Even the Germans fell into the same trap, building the Atlantic Wall and the Channel Island defences against invasion from the sea and the West Wall (the so-called 'Siegfried Line') against any possible invasion of Germany itself from the west. As a result, throughout the 1930s and '40s Western Europe was covered by deeply dug-in bunkers, artillery, machine-guns and anti-aircraft emplacements, observation and fire direction towers, underground magazines and other fortifications, a vast number of which survive to this day due either to their inherent strength or the work of preservation enthusiasts. This book explores the history of modern fortifications from the 1870s, showing how designs changed radically to meet new threats, particularly in the form of artillery. It shows how some of the major forts fared in battle in both World Wars, and with the aid of dozens of clear maps and photographs, provides a detailed travel-guide for everyone wishing to explore their frequently well-preserved remains. Most are open to the public and many house museums, so opening times are also included. These defensive lines and positions, fashioned from steel and concrete, have stood idle now for over forty years yet still exercise a tremen-dous pull on the imagination. This book will thus be invaluable not only to students of fortifications but also to anyone touring France, Holland, Belgium, Germany or the Channel Islands." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor edge wear, minor rubbing, a few minor creases on front cover. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
PANZER: A PICTORIAL DOCUMENTATION OF WORLD WAR II GERMAN BATTLE TANKS.  WITH PHOTOS FROM THE PRIVATE ALBUM OF SENIOR GENERAL GUDERIAN., Scheibert, Horst, Brigadier General (retired).
84 Scheibert, Horst, Brigadier General (retired). PANZER: A PICTORIAL DOCUMENTATION OF WORLD WAR II GERMAN BATTLE TANKS. WITH PHOTOS FROM THE PRIVATE ALBUM OF SENIOR GENERAL GUDERIAN.
Atglen, PA Schiffer 1990 0887402070 / 9780887402074 Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ 
271 pp, 4to (11 1/4" H). Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs. "In all available archives we have sought the best photos of battle tanks used by the German armored troops from 1935 to 1945 and have assembled them here in a picture book. In selecting the photos, we stressed their technical quality and their expressiveness, with the goal of reflecting the life around the tank and the spirit of its service, emphasizing all of this in large-format reproduction. Thus an unexcelled work has been created, a volume of memories for those who formerly served, a documentation for the historically minded, a gold mine of information for model builders (inasmuch as many previously unpublished photos are presented here), and an interesting book for present-day members of armored troops." Dust jacket has minor rubbing, tiny dint on rear hinge, four small dimples on spine, very minor edge wrinkling. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
BASIC MILITARY VEHICLE MODELLING.  COMPENDIUM MODELLING MANUALS VOLUME 3. (AFV), Scutts, Jerry, series editor.
85 Scutts, Jerry, series editor. BASIC MILITARY VEHICLE MODELLING. COMPENDIUM MODELLING MANUALS VOLUME 3. (AFV)
London Compendium 1902579070 / 9781902579078 Soft Cover Very Good- 
64 pp, 10 7/16" H. No date. Profusely illustrated in colour. "A large part of the appeal of AFVs in general is the enormous scope for presenting a highly individual interpretation of a military vehicle subject. The way the modeller chooses to pile the necessary guns, ammunition, ropes, chains, tools, radio aerials and so on onto a tank will remain a singular, highly personal contribution to the modelling hobby. In this series of books we attempt to show you how to get the best out of plastic models of AFVs and offer some tips on construction, customising and finishing. We have not specified any particular brand of paint, adhesive or materials simply because models and accessory ranges change their trade names, are constantly added to - or, occasionally, are withdrawn from the market altogether. And of course general availability in certain countries varies to a considerable degree so we are leaving it to the modeller, wherever he or she may be located to search out the tools of the trade according to local supply." from the Introduction. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - small dent/scuff and soft creases at bottom corner of front cover. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE BATTLE FOR MOSCOW., Seaton, Albert, Col.
86 Seaton, Albert, Col. THE BATTLE FOR MOSCOW.
New York Sarpedon 1993 096276132X / 9780962761324 Reprint Soft Cover Near Fine 
294 pp, 9" H. B&w photographs, maps. "When Germany invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941, it seemed as though the hopes and fears of both dictators were correct. Entire Soviet armies disintegrated before the military skill of the Germans. Three million prisoners were taken in the first six weeks. By early October, the Germans were on open roads to Moscow and the Soviet government had already begun to evacuate the interior. The course of human civilization has turned on the outcome of a select few climactic battles throughout history, but never more so than when Stalin's enigmatic Soviet Union desperately rallied its resources to stave off Hitler's armies in the Battle of Moscow. This book captures the tension and excitement of one of the most harrowing events in history. From the drama in the command posts to the plight of the infantry and armor in the mud and snow, Albert Seaton illuminates the titanic struggle which was the pivotal battle of Word War II." Interior - clean and tight with no previous owner's marks. Exterior - clean and bright. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
SONDERPANZER: GERMAN SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES.  ARMOR SERIES NO. 9., Spielberger, Walter J. and Feist, Uwe.
87 Spielberger, Walter J. and Feist, Uwe. SONDERPANZER: GERMAN SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES. ARMOR SERIES NO. 9.
Aero Publishers, Fallbrook, California, 1968. 
Unpaginated (approx. 52 pp.), small 4to (10 3/4" H), soft cover. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, color plates. Looks at German special purpose and prototype vehicles including radio-controlled demolition vehicles, super-heavy self-prope lled artillery, tank developments during the 'Reichswehr' period, the 'Entwicklungsbaureihe' series, tank developments of the Dr. Ing. h.c.F. Porsche KG, and miscellaneous vehicles. Interior - previous owners small stamp on inside of fron t c o v e r a n d at top of first page, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, light rubbing to covers, minor browning on front cover at spine. VG 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
88 Stansell, Pat. MILITARY MINIATURES IN REVIEW. NO,10, FALL 1996.
Boca Raton, Florida Ampersand 1996 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
64 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs, drawings. Contents: Mail Sack; The Year in Preview - Special Report: Chicago; Double Takes; One from Column A & One from Column B: We give you two for one on the new DML M4A1; All Aboard (railway armor transport cars); Marder Mania: The Commander Series German Self-Propelled Anti-Tank gun; Wespe im Einsalz (Wespe in Action diorama); The Double Deutsch Bus: Azimut's answer to the Ostfront's mass transit problems (Opel); Just Your Type: The modern version Tamiya's Japanese MBT (Type 90); Shoot & Scoot: Jazzing up the old Italeri M109 with new goodies from Royal Models and KMC; Commie ack-ack: Azimut's resin shell thrower in 1:35th; Shermy with big gun: Egads! It's Azimut again with the cool M12 SPG; Teeny Tracked Trailer: An unusual one from the folks at DES Kits (Renault 36R and trailer); More Vee for your Tee: As promised, more pictures of the Czech VT-34; Mini-Men: A Look at What's New on the Figure Front. Interior - faint small bump at bottom corner of pages and tiny faint bump at top corner of pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear - mainly on spine, minor rubbing,small faint sticker mark on front cover, faint bump at corners. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
89 Stansell, Pat. MILITARY MINIATURES IN REVIEW. NO,14, FALL 1997.
Del Ray Beach, Florida Ampersand 1997 Stapled in Wraps Very Good+ 
64 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs, drawings. Contents: The Mail Sack; The Year in Preview - Special Report: Chicago; It's Joe's T-36-athon: RPM's wild and wonderful T-26 tank series; Room 222: It's an education in saving money and having fun! (Tamiya 222 armored car); Char Grilled: Commander slips another one in with this French WWII tank; Wespe Side Story Part Deux: We get really serious with an all out war on this little Tamiya Wespe; Whatta Wespe: If the preceeding article didn't scare you off, here's a big 'ol pack of photos for the super detail minded; Kugel Blitz: It's the Dream Machine Gruppe look at the real thing and the DML kit; Heck of a Hetzer: The DML Early Hetzer with everything but the kitchen sink; Mini-Men: A Look at What's New on the Figure Front. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear - mainly on spine, minor rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
90 Stansell, Pat. MILITARY MINIATURES IN REVIEW. NO,17.
Del Ray Beach, Florida Ampersand 1998 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
64 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Contents: The Mail Sack; The Year in Preview: Short Takes; 3-inches of three inch fun: The KMC U.S. M6 3-inch Anti-tank Gun Conversion; Lorraine Schlepper and her all girl band: RPM goes plastic with the little French artillery tractor; Wonder Werfer: Hey look! It's the sWS in plastic from Italeri; Half track jimmy jack: The brand "Neu" and long awaited kit from DMI (Sd.Kfz 250/1 Armored Personnel Carrier); Woof-Woof! Here comes Rusty! We visit the pound to check out the new styrene canine from the big T (M8 Greyhound); The missing Lynx: The most obvious armor gap finally gets plugged (ICM PzKpfw.II Luchs); And call me Dusty: It's a leisurely walk down memory lane with an aftermarket frenzy (M-42 Duster); I Wanna Hold Your Hanomag: Tamiya's Sd.Kfz. 251/1 meets Royal Model, Eduard, and a few other new friends; Come on baby, light my fire: The M-132A1 self-propelled flame-thrower; Dragon's Tale: A sordid story of resin and super glue (Pacific M26 Tractor / Semi-trailer M15A1); Mini-Men: A Look at What's New on the Figure Front. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light edge wear - mainly on spine, minor rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
91 Stansell, Pat. MILITARY MINIATURES IN REVIEW. NO,18.
Del Ray Beach, Florida Ampersand 1999 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
64 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Contents: The Mail Sack; The Year in Preview: Short Takes; The Idea Bank; Bovington: The Tank Museum; That Stubborn Thing: The New and Spiffo German 12.8 SPG from On-Track Model Co.; Care for Somua? Why Certainly! A Second Visit to Half-track Land with DES (MCG4); Raupenschlepper Baby: New Help for an Old Friend and an Aires 10.5cm, too (Steyr RSO/1); It has arrived: Get on back, it's a Dragon Wagon in styrene (Tamiya Dragon Wagon U.S. 40 ton tank transporter); On Blitzen! One classic Italeri kit with everything on it, please (Opel Blitz 3(t) Type S); Panther on rails: Get your feline rolling with a rail car from DML; Mini-Men: A Look at What's New on the Figure Front. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear - mainly on spine, light rubbing on front cover, tiny bump to top corner of magazine. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
92 Stansell, Pat. MILITARY MINIATURES IN REVIEW. NO,19.
Del Ray Beach, Florida Ampersand 1999 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
80 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Contents: The Mail Sack; The Year in Preview: Short Takes; Saumur: runner's paradise (Museums at Large); The Idea Bank; Autos ala Simca: Two petit treats from the folks at DES; MasterCon Madness: We return for yet another look at wacky Midwest modeling fun; Mini-Morser: Busy this weekend? How about a Skoda gun?; Get on the Bus!: The battlefield bus, that is - all new from AFV Club (Landing Vehicle, Tracked Personnel, Model 5 LVTP5A1); 15cms worth of Hetzer: Whipping up a conversion on the old DML standard; Superlative Softskin! Wow! It's an M38A1 from the guys at Skybow; Super Freaky Jeep: Throw some Kirin parts at a Tamiya Mutt and get a little Marine ass-kicker; Schwimmin' Schlepper: Yet another look at the ubiquitous RSO tractor; Link-to-Link Tracks - Part One: You can't tell the players without a score card; Meet the Beetle: Before there was Flower Power, there was the Type 87 (Volkswagen); Lauster your Wargel: And you thought you'd seen everything; A Whirlwind Romance: Well, almost - it's the newish Wirbelwind AA Tank from Tamiya; Mini-Men: A Peek at What's New on the Figure Front; You're Busted: What's This? A Figure? Hey Why Not, It's WW2 After All; T-28 alias T-95: Or what is the bastard love child of a Sherman and a Locomotive (American T28 Superheavy Tank). Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear - mainly on spine, minor rubbing. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear on spine, minor rubbing and a soft edge crease on rear cover. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
93 Stansell, Pat. MILITARY MINIATURES IN REVIEW. NO,22
Del Ray Beach, Florida Ampersand 2000 Stapled in Wraps Very Good+ 
80 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Contents: The Mail Sack; The Year in Preview: Short Takes; The Idea Bank; MasterCon '99'; Have Gun Will Travel: The Resicast Vickers MG Carrier; Ben Gurion Centurion? Or Shotka? That is the question; Gettin' Fuelish: The Tarmac Zis-5 V Fuel Truck; Marder Madness: Alan takes a stab at a German SPG; Nasty Mauserwagen: Converting the DML roadster into an SPW with a punch; Get Outta Dodge: It's another little beauty from our buddies at Skybow (U.S. 3/4 ton WC57 Command & Reconnaissance); Topless Tank: The new M12 GMC from Academy, violates more than a few decency laws; Bridging the Gap: ICM's Massive T-28 Bridgelayer; Dragon's 250, Take Five: How far can you go on a brand new kit? (Dragon Sdkfz. 250/11); Mini-Men: A Peek at What's New on the Figure Front; The Mighty Maresal: A Huge Hunk of Romanian Resin from Azimut; The Model Citizen. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear - mainly on spine, minor rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
94 Stansell, Pat. MILITARY MINIATURES IN REVIEW. NO,28
Del Ray Beach, Florida Ampersand 2002 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
80 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Contents: The Mail Sack; The Year in Preview: Short Takes; The Idea Bank; Geschuetzwagen Tiger Fuer 17cm Kanone 72 (Sf.); Schwere they come: Hey man! Have we got a (book) preview for you!; Gotta whole lotta Leib: RZM's Long Awaited Title Takes Shape; Godzilla's Mosquito: Building the Tamiya Japanese Type 61 MBT; 3-tons of fun: The new German halftrack release from AFV Club kicks a little ass!; Awesome Autocar (DES Kit Tractor Auto Car U-7144T); Jousting with a Neutron Lance or - How Far Can you throw an Atomic Hand Grenade? Building the Hobby Fan Lance Missile; Adding new skirts to an old gal: Building and detailing the Modelcraft Centurion Mk III; Making the Most of My Motor Carriage: Improving and detailing the Academy kit with help from Korea (M12); Teeny-Tiny Tankette: Building the FineMolds Type 94 "TK" Light Tank; Mini-Men: A Peek at What's New on the Figure Front; Leave the Driving to Us: Go Greyhound and Go Nuts with Tamiya's M8; Dear Mr. Churchill: Building and detailing the new-old Tamiya Mk VII. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light wear on spine, minor rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
95 Stansell, Pat. MILITARY MINIATURES IN REVIEW. NO,29
Del Ray Beach, Florida Ampersand 2002 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
80 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Contents: The Mail Sack; The Year in Preview: Short Takes; The Idea Bank; Panzertracts: A sneak peek of upcoming attractions in the Panzer Tracts book series; Me So Ho-Ni: building the Tamiya Type 1 75mm 'Ho-Ni' I SP Gun; Ugly DUKWling: Jeep meets DUKW, and a redheaded stepchild is born; Panther-monium (Dragon Sd.Kfz. 171 Panther A Early Type); Airborne Shotgun: Jaguar tops a big heap of resin with a dash of plastic (US M551 Sheridan Vietnam); Leave the driving to us - Part two: Reaching the finish line with Tamiya's M8: Non-Habitual Panzerhaubitze: A new tank and a new kit brought to us right around the release of the real thing; The Good, the Big and the Difficult: Building the Tank Workshop M125 10-ton truck and AFV Club 8-inch" howitzer; The King's Paladin: Italeri dibbys up a new version of its venerable M109 kit; East meets West: Building the Armo GAZ-69 and Legends M151A1 light trucks; Mini-Men: A Peek at What's New on the Figure Front; Runnin' with the Big Dog: If you want to run with this guy, you'll need to jump off the porch (Accurate Armor War LaFrance M1A1 Heavy Wrecker). Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear - mainly on spine, minor rubbing, tiny crease at top corner of front cover - migrates into several adjacent pages. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
96 Stansell, Pat. MILITARY MINIATURES IN REVIEW. NO,30
Del Ray Beach, Florida Ampersand 2002 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
80 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs. Contents: The Mail Sack; The Year in Preview: Short Takes; The Idea Bank; A Czech Panzerjagerschnitzl: Or building a Czech Republic kit of the Marder III Ausf M Panzerjager; A new turret and spot of paint is all you need: Building a Tamiya T-72M 1 Medium Tank; Per-schwing! Tamiya provides its own version of the WW2 classic (M26 Pershing); Peleliu '44 LVTA1 Detail Set: Improving and enhancing the Italeri kit with a new update set from Trakz; Stuart, Little: Academy's Answer to the U.S. M3 Light Tank; Achilles, Heel! Building a Self Propelled, 17-Pounder, M 10, Mk II in Styrene;The Japanese Third Car: Building the FineMolds Type 95 Light Tanks; Neubaufahrzeug nicely: Building the Armo multi-media kit; How fast can a Ho-Ro? Converting with the MR Models Type 4 'Ho-Ro' SP Gun; Mini-Men: A Peek at What's New on the Figure Front; The Model Citizen: WWII German Greatcoats, part two of two; Hey, Abbott! Take a bite of the new mini SPG from Accurate Armour. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear - mainly on spine, minor rubbing, tiny corner crease on front cover. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
97 Stansell, Pat. MILITARY MINIATURES IN REVIEW. NO,9, SUMMER 1996.
Boca Raton, Florida Ampersand 1996 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
64 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs, drawings. Contents: Mail Sack; Short Takes: The Year in Preview; The Sherman Tank: A Fragmented Look - Part 4: Sherman Suspension System; Triple A on Double A (Alan truck with Maxim gun); Swing Your Scimitar!: The hot new British recce vehicle from our pals at AFV Club; 35 To A Tee: Whadda Know? Finally a 35t (German/Czech tank) in plastic; Bail Out! (Tiger in winter camouflage diorama); North African Style Churchill; Not Your Average Track; British Warrior (MCV-80); My Gal Matilda: One good lookin' broad from Accurate Armour; Tee with a Vee - The Aires VT-34 conversion set: new life for that old Tamiya kit; The Persing Project Part Two: Short Faced Pershing; Mini-Men: A Look at What's New on the Figure Front. Interior - faint small bump to top corner of pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear - mainly on spine, very light rubbing - mainly on rear cover - also a very small scuff, faint soft crease at top corner of rear cover. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
98 Stansell, Pat. MILITARY MINIATURES IN REVIEW. NO.8, SPRING 1996.
Boca Raton, Florida Ampersand 1996 Stapled in Wraps Very Good+ 
64 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w and color photographs, drawings. Contents: Mail Sack; Short Takes: The Year in Preview; The Sherman Tank: A Fragmented Look - Part 3: Tracks; Wespe Side Story: We dance to the beat of the super new Tamiya Wespe SPG; Totally Toldi: Mini-Art Studio's Hungarian fast tank: Sturmgeschutze Madness: Tamiya goes nuts with its own version of the early G; Summer in White Russia 1941; Movin' Scale Dirt: We get dirty with Tank Workshop's miniature dozer; Flame On: DML jazzes up its Easy Eight kit and creates a 105 in diguise!; My Funny Valentine Part deux, or Whadda Ya Know? It's Plastic; A Trip to Planet Vulcan: Minicraft's M163 buzz saw; Super Pershing; Mini-Men: A Look at What's New on the Figure Front. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear - mainly on spine, minor rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
99 Stansell, Pat. MILITARY MINIATURES IN REVIEW. VOLUME 2, NUMBER 3, 1995.
Boca Raton, Florida Ampersand 1995 Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
64 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, drawings. Contents: A Renault of a Different Color: Constructing the diminutive Ironsides R-40 Tank; Just Your Type: We look at the weentsy little type 94 Tankette from Ordinance Models of Japan; The Hounds of War: Accurate Armour's Staghound armored car; It's a Jagd, Jagd, Jagd, Jagd World Part One: The DML Jagdpanther; Part Two: One Kook Kat, the DML Jagdtiger; The Dragon's Tale: The M26 "Dragon Wagon" tractor and M15 trailer by Tank Workshop; A Tail of Two Tiggers: We look at two new feline friends from Italeri and Tamiya; The Mail Bag; Short Takes - Chicago (RCHTA Show); The Sherman: A Fragmented Look (Part 2B - M4 Glacis Armor); Mini-Men: A look at What's new on the Figure Front: Parting Shots: M1 Mine Roller Set. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear, very light rubbing, one tiny corner crease on front cover. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE STRATHCONIAN: JOURNAL OF LORD STRATHCONA'S HORSE (ROYAL CANADIANS).  ALLIED WITH THE 17/21st LANCERS.  DECEMBER 1970.  SPECIAL EDITION. (STRATHCONIAN '70), Tanguay, M.J., Captain, editor.  Major A.S. Henry, editor-in-chief.
100 Tanguay, M.J., Captain, editor. Major A.S. Henry, editor-in-chief. THE STRATHCONIAN: JOURNAL OF LORD STRATHCONA'S HORSE (ROYAL CANADIANS). ALLIED WITH THE 17/21st LANCERS. DECEMBER 1970. SPECIAL EDITION. (STRATHCONIAN '70)
The Regiment, Calgary, Alberta, 1970. 
82 pp + ads, 11" H, soft cover. B&w photographs. Contents: Commanding Officer's Message; Colonel of the Regiment's Message; Germany: Former Commanding Officer's Message - Squadron Reports - Regimental Activities - Moreuil Wood Day 1970 - Freedom o f the City of Islerlohn; Rebadge: Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal - FGH/LdSH(RC) - Regimental Museum and Archives; Return to Calgary: Lieutenant Governor's Message - Commander's Message - Fifty Years in Calgary - Strathcona's and Calgary - Re-es t a b l ishment Activies; The National Reunion: Reunion Highlights - LdSH(RC) Association News - The Honey Tank; Regular Features: Squadron Reports - Retiring the Centurion Tank - Re-organization - The Mounted Troop and Band - Changeover of RSM's - De di ca ti on of Martin Park - Exchange Officer Report - Regimental Activities - Training - Ladies Auxiliary. Interior - light browning on pages 32/33 due to laid-in old newspaper clipping, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Ex ter ior - very light browning to edges, previous owner's stamp mark and light soiling/rubbing on rear cover, tiny corner creases/wear and a few small soft wrinkles on front cover, minor edge wear. Very Good 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
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