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Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 18, 24 February 1894, Author Not Stated
1 Author Not Stated Sights and Scenes of the World: A Series of Magnificent Photographic Views Embracing the World of Nature and Art, People's Series, No. 18, 24 February 1894
Chicago W.B. Conkey Company 1894 First Edition Paperback Fair 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
16 pages. 13" x 10.5" oblong. Wonderful full-page black and white photos of: Oxford Street, London; Cheapside, London - wonderful busy street scene; Abbottsford, The Home of Sir Walter Scott; The Glyptothek in Munich; General View of Syracuse, Italy; Palace of the Luxembourg, Paris; Riddarholms Church, Stockholm; Mosque of Tulun, Cairo; The Tomb of Rachel; Lick Observatory, Mt. Hamilton, California; Singapore Water Carriers' Wagon; The United States Navy Yark, Brooklyn; Glacier Bay, Alaska; The City of Guanajuato, Mexico; Famous Places in London - London Bridge, The Old Curiosity Shop; The Execution Spot in the Tower of London; Newgate Prison; Albert Durer's House in Nuremberg. Some corners folded. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. 
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Canadian Aviation, March 1938 - Canada's National Aviation Magazine: TCA Progress Report, Bradbrooke, F.D.; Ritchey, V.J.
2 Bradbrooke, F.D.; Ritchey, V.J. Canadian Aviation, March 1938 - Canada's National Aviation Magazine: TCA Progress Report
Ottawa Aeronautical Publications Limited 1938 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
52 pages. Features: Cover photo of a Junkers being loaded with heavy freight; Pratt & Whitney ad inside front cover features great photo of the Flying Dreadnaught, the Sikorsky XPBS-1; Great full-page Ethyl Corporation ad with Wright Brothers theme; Excellent full-page photo portrait of Major-General Sir James H. MacBrien, a great friend of aviation who passed away 5 March 1938; Freight-Express Carriage for 1937; Nice full-page Gold Flake cigarette ad with Singapore photo; Trans-Canada Air Lines - Progress Report - article with photos including a full page containing the photos and names of 16 company pilots; Nice Kollsman Instrument ad; Nice full-page Stinson ad; Review of Air Mail Services; Great full-page photo ad for the Junkers JU 52 promotes its safe scheduled night air service; Flying Clubs review record year; Excellent two-page photo ad for the De Havilland Tiger Moth; Notable Flights of 1937; Nice full-page illustrated ad for Dunlop aeroplane tire, wheels and brakes; Aerial Leviathan emerges - article and photoss of Boeing's model 314 "South Seas Clipper" flying boat; The Fleet (Aircraft) Freighter is born - article and four photos of this new Canadian plane - followed by a great two-colour centerfold ad which includes five photos of this plane; Nice full-page ad for McLaughline Buick; Commercial Air Services in Review - Canadian Airways Ltd. and Quebec Airways Ltd.; Full-page Aeronca ad; Northwest Aviation Planning Council; Photo of Miss Mary Spearing, of Toronto, with her plane - she is Canada's only female aeroplane owner; Reviewing Licenses in Force; Photo and article about the fruitless search to find Mike Sawchyn who went messing after flying from Souris, Manitoba; Nice full-page ad for the new 1938 Cub Scout; Old Country Gossip; News from the West Coast; M.A.L.C. News; Two-colour ad for Eclipse starters inside back cover; Two-colour ad for Intava lubricants on back cover; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, February 27, 1937: The Fall of Malaga / Combined Manoeuvre Prove Singapore "Invulnerable", Bryant, Arthur; Brown, Ivor; et al
3 Bryant, Arthur; Brown, Ivor; et al The Illustrated London News, February 27, 1937: The Fall of Malaga / Combined Manoeuvre Prove Singapore "Invulnerable"
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1937 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall De Grineau, Bryan; Davis, G.H. 
Pages 329- 372. Features: Cover photo shows the "Almirante Cervera" passing astern of the HMS "Rodney"; Precautions to prevent British warships from being bombed by mistake by aircraft and gauged in the Spanish Civil War; Page of illustrations entitled "The Price of Peace - 1.5 billion pound British Defence Plans" shows hardware to be acquired over five years; Five hard-to-believe photos illustrate traditional (antiquated) oil extraction and refining methods in the great Kirkuk Field; Photo of tossing the pancake at sea - Shrove Tuesday aboard the "Rodney"; Photo of Heyford heavy bomber in flight, illustrating its "dustbin" which enables the gunner to protect the plane from attack from below; Book review of "The Flight Of An Empress", by Wu Yung; Page of illustrations present life in the narrow, thronged Main Street and diminutive shops of San Moritz, the most fashionable village in Europe; Nice one page photo of the peak of Le Fou" in the Alps; Photo-illustrated article on the crested, pineal-eyed Tuatara of New Zealand; Photo of the funeral procession of Dom William Henle, Prior of Buckfast, leaving the Abbey; Page of photos and text describe manoeuvres which proved Singapore "invulnerable"; Two pages of night photos; Six photos show Malaga in the hands of Franco's forces - refugees and homeless; Six photos illustrate the fall of Malaga - the city occupied by Gen. Franco's forces; Fascinating photo illustrated article entitled "A first dynasty Egyptian tomb with unique evidence of burial methods" - the first discovery of a nobleman's body of that period in the position in which he was buried - the tomb of Sabu at Sakkara; Two page centrefold photo of "pyrotechnics" during the conversion of scrap metal in the steel foundry of Messrs. Kryn and Lahy; Photo of Imperial Airways' "Cambria" landing at Hythe; Photo of Marshal Graziani's motorcade crossing ferry Bridge at Lake Ferranti before the attempt on his life; Australia defeats England at cricket; Photo of French frontier guards inspecting motorist at Pertuis as they enforce non-intervention ban on volunteers; Photo of the first world ice hockey championships to be held in London - players parade with their banners at the opening ceremony at Wembley; Photos of personalities of the we conclude Capt. Charles Moore, Gen. Liotta, Lord Huntly, Marshal Graziani, Dr. K. Burkhardt, Sir Percy Cox, Prof. W. M. Lindsay, the Duke and Duchess of Kent Leaving Belgrave Sq., Norman Wilkinson, Walter B. Emery, leading figures in Japan's new government, Sir John Harrowing, and Edward Garnett; Three photos of Vienna Nazis giving Hitler salute to German statesman Herr Von Papen and Baron von Neurath; Three photos of Earl Marshal of England bringing home his bride; Fantastic one-page illustration proposes a huge mid-sea floating 2000 foot airfield where planes can refuel; Article and seven photos of magnificent Ming frescoes discovered in a Chinese temple at Fa Hai Sse, northwest of Peking; Interesting article entitled "Education without tears 100 years ago"; Rumanian crowd offers fascist salute at the funeral of 2 Iron Guards Killed in Spain; Photo of Lithuanian president Smetona speaking on the occasion of his country's 19th anniversary of independence; Nice one page ad for Schweppes soda water; Halfpage photo-illustrated tourism ad for Morocco; One-page illustrated ad for Duckham's Adcoids ('engine tonic to save petrol'); One-page photo-illustrated ad for the Hudson Eight Club Saloon (car); One-page illustrated ad for the new Ford V-8 "30" car; Colour back cover ad for Douglas Stuart (Stuart House of London); and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London (ILN) News, January 8, 1955 - Blocking of the Suez Canal, Bryant, Arthur; Burton, Maurice; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
4 Bryant, Arthur; Burton, Maurice; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London (ILN) News, January 8, 1955 - Blocking of the Suez Canal
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1955 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Richarson, C.W.E. 
Pages: 37-76. Features: Nice one-page Daimler Regency ad; Cover photo of the 'World Peace' which struck the El Ferdan swing bridge and blocked the Suez Canal; Professor Edgar Douglas Adrian; Mau Mau Terrorism in Kenya - home of Mrs. Anne Carnelley is burned; Fastest Man on Earth - photo of J.P. Stapp being strapped into rocket sled at Alamorgordo; Danish freighter 'Lexa Maersk' burns in Singapore; France approves German rearmament; Photos of 17 personalities of the week include Viscount Hambleden and his fiancee Donna Maria Carmela Attolico de Adelfia, Colonel Jose Antonio Remon of Panama, Roger G. Bannister, Captain Sir Robert Irving, and record glider Philip Wills; Nice one-page photo portrait of Admiral William Morrow Fechteler, U.S.N.; Two pages of interesting photos of life in Baghdad/Iraq; Two-pages of illustrations present the decline and fall of the Battleship - silhouettes of the world's capital ships, which have decreased in numbers and importance ever since the Battle of Jutland in 1916; Christmas Day Crash at Prestwick - wrecked B.O.A.C. Stratocruiser; Demolishing the London Zoo's Monkey Hill; Wonderful centerfold illustration of the view looking north over Central Park in Manhattan from the Observation Tower of the R.C.A. Building; Two pages of photos from Britain's first national Boat Show; Photos of 16 people who received awards, including Sir Arnold Gridley who was created a Baron; Sultan of Zanzibar opens new power station; King Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia visits King Phumiphol Aduldej of Siam; Two wonderful photos of London bidding a gay welcome to 1955 - scenes at the Chelsea Arts Ball, and in Piccadilly Circus; Photo of mink farm in Cary, Illinois where 50,000 mink are being raised; Photo of large wind generator at St. Albans which may supply up to 100 kW; Article on the Mangrove. Average wear. Unmarked. Short openings along coverfold. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, February (Feb.) 7, 1942 -  Cover Photo of U.S. Soldier Newly Arrived in Great Britain / The Caproni-Campini Jet-Powered Aeroplane, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P.
5 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P. The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, February (Feb.) 7, 1942 - Cover Photo of U.S. Soldier Newly Arrived in Great Britain / The Caproni-Campini Jet-Powered Aeroplane
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 161-192. Features: Two pages of illustrations of dozens of U.S. Navy, Army and Air Force badges of rank; Photo of the H.M.S. "Barham", lost in the Mediterranean on November 25, 1941; Photo of crashed 'Sunderland' aircraft and her crew who were taken prisoner by Italy when they drifted to shore; Maps and photos of Burma and Amboina; Photo of Dutch submarine bringing U-boat prisoners to a British port; Photo of Capitan-Lieut. Gert Schreiber, of the sunken "U-95" coming ashore from the Dutch submarine; Pearl Harbor burial scene in Nuuanu Cemetery; Photo of "Norness" sunk 60 miles off Long Island; Photos of Damaged enemy vehicles outside Bardia, and dug-outs for Officers; Six photos in the Western desert (in Africa) - captured Panzer Commander General Von Ravenstein, captured U-boat crew, Axis naval prisoners under Sikh guard, German anti-tank mines removed by South African Engineers; The Debate and Its Results - article with maps of the Donets Basin and Benghazi; Photos of twelve personalities of the week include Major Barbara Stimson, Lieut. Achsa Bean, Sir Edward Meyerstein, Pan-American Conference at Rio, Mr. Curtin meeting defense chiefs, Vidkun Quisling, Sir Cecil Graves, Mr. R.W. Foot, Manuel Quezon and General Douglas MacArthur; Two photos of Japan's Imperial Household Guards; Five photos of American 'White' trucks used to haul British tanks; Photo of scorched earth at what was a Malayan rubber plantation; Photos from Singapore and the Malay Peninsula; Centerfold relief map entitled "Singapore Island Besieged by Japan - from Johore to our beleaguered fortress in the far east; Two-page illustration of an American Infantry Unit in an Irish village; Two pages with eleven dramatic illustrations of the Battle of Macassar Strait - Japan's greatest naval defeat of the war; One-page illustration shows how the main tank force is screened and supported by other mechanised units; One-page illustration of the formation of a battle fleet steaming into action; Two photos and cross-section diagram of the Jet-propelled Caproni-Campini Aeroplane; Photo of ladies shredding confidential documents; Five great photos of an Australian crew manning a British 25-pound Howitzer; Vintage ads; Classy back cover colour ad for BSA features Robert Havell illustration of The Oxford and Opposition Coaches. This issue was never stapled. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this great wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, March (Mar.) 7, 1942 -  Cover Photo-Portrait of Maj.-Gen. Gordon Bennett, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P.
6 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril; Squire, Sir John; Pycraft, W.P. The Illustrated London News (ILN), Saturday, March (Mar.) 7, 1942 - Cover Photo-Portrait of Maj.-Gen. Gordon Bennett
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Bryan; Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan; Cecil, Hugh (cover) 
Pages 285-312. Features: Illustration of General Sir Archibald Wavell; Photos from Russia, including sleeping masses in underground station; Photo of the Duke of Aosta who died on March 3; Photos of British aircraft parts being made deep underground; Photos of Dutch warships; Photos of the last days at Singapore; Large contour map of Java, invaded by Japanese; Topographical map of Java, indicating many features of interest; Illustrations are used to explain the case for and against the use of the big bombers; Photos of preparations for invasion of Bruneval; Photos after the successful Bruneval raid, including German POWs; Centerfold illustration of cyclist troops training to repel paratroop invasion of East Anglia; Prospects in Russia - article with map of Burma and the Russian Front; Photos of twelve people in the news, including the Earl of Selborne, Lieutenant Arthur Cutler, V.C., Pilot Officer J.J. Lynch, Rt. Hon. Lord Salvesen, Commander G.M. Sladen, and the late Lieut.-Com. Eugene Esmonde, V.C.; Numerous photos of General Douglas MacArthur - Holding the Philippines; Air photos of "Scharnhorst" and "Gneisenau" forced into ports for repairs; Photos of Churchill's mechanism (personnel) responsible for running the war; Photos of the R.A.F. in Russia with Hawker "Hurricanes" in the Arctic Circle; China's Resounding Victory at Changsha - six photos from the battlefront, including Japanese POWs; Two pages of photos of the importance and production of synthetic rubber; Nice colour Johnnie Walker ad on back cover; More vintage ads. This issue was never stapled. Contents clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A worthy copy of this great wartime issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, Saturday, November (Nov.) 6, 1948: Decisive Israeli Victory in the Negev, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al
7 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril; et al The Illustrated London News, Saturday, November (Nov.) 6, 1948: Decisive Israeli Victory in the Negev
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1948 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall de Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 505-532. Features: Cover photo of statesmen charged with reconstructing and uniting Europe - Bevin, Marshall, and Schuman; Photos f minority candidates for the US presidency Include John G. Scott of the Greenback Party, Claude A. Watson of the California Prohibition Party, and Dr. John Maxwell of the Vegetarian Party; Photos illustrate the French coal strike and the government's bold measures; Photos of personalities of the week include King Frederick of Denmark, Dr. William T. S. Stallybrass, Mr. Justice Lynskey, Miss Mary Lucy Cartwright, Russell Vick, Ivor Thomas, Gerald Upjohn, the 'Itma' players; Photo of Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, who was in Paris for the Security Council debate; photo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rieder of Cape Town who picked up a television program transmitted from Alexandra Palace; Article on the Commonwealth Conference; Two large photos of the New Territorial Army on parade - the King reviews 8000 Troops in Hyde Park; Photo of the King opening the new power station at Kingston-on-Thames; Photos of acceptance of the Berlin plan at the UN; Photos of the first State opening of Parliament with full ceremonial for 10 years; Six photos of huge crowds and outstanding exhibits at the Motor Show; Full-page photo portrait of Thomas E. Dewey; Full-page photo portrait of Harry S Truman; Centrefold illustration of Sulgrave Manor, birthplace of George Washington's ancestors; Six photos of dairy show exhibits at Olympia; Sudan's first election, with nine photos including Sayed Sir Abdul Rahman Pasha El Mahdi, and Sir Robert G. Howe; Aerial photos of Khartoum and Omdurman in Sudan; Three large photos of the Royal Command Variety Performance at the London Palladium; Seven excellent photos illustrate the Egyptian debacle in South Palestine where Israel scored a decisive victory in the Negev; 300 men of the Scots Guards and Coldstream Guards Marched through Singapore; Photos of demonstration parachute drop of Jeep from Halifax aircraft; Photos celebrate the 75th birthday of the typewriter and its inventor Christopher Latham Sholes; Photo of "Autoblast" orchard sprayer, the first of its kind in this country; Photo of scallops or Mr. Haseltine beside his recently unveiled statue of a racehorse Man 'O War. Centrefold holding by one staple. Outer advertising pages not included. Above average wear and soiling. A worthy reference copy 
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The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, July, 1919, Vol. XLIII, No. 255: Amat Sik - Hero of the Singapore Mutiny, Butler, H.G.; Hornbeck, R.R.; Garnett, L.; Rockman, E.; Clark-Kennedy, S.; McMillan, A.; Masters, D.; Shane, M.; Garland, E.; Jordan, J.; Beattie, S.; Courtier-Forster, R.; St. Lawrence, B.; Humpherus, S.; Lees, G.
8 Butler, H.G.; Hornbeck, R.R.; Garnett, L.; Rockman, E.; Clark-Kennedy, S.; McMillan, A.; Masters, D.; Shane, M.; Garland, E.; Jordan, J.; Beattie, S.; Courtier-Forster, R.; St. Lawrence, B.; Humpherus, S.; Lees, G. The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, July, 1919, Vol. XLIII, No. 255: Amat Sik - Hero of the Singapore Mutiny
London George Newnes 1919 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Evison, G. Henry; Somerfield, Thomas; Thomas, W.E.; Bates, Leo; Wigfull, W.E.; Reynolds, Warwick; Peddie, Tom; Boyer, Jacques; Prater, E.; 
Pages 180-262 plus 16 pages of ads. This is a particularly excellent issue jammed full of fascinating accounts. Features: Terrible Experiences in the Arctic - a whaling schooner is crushed by ice and its crew exists on moss and snow for nearly a week; Amat Sik - Hero of the Singapore Mutiny - he avenged the killing of his employer, an English officer; The Trade Guilds of Constantinople - article with truly amazing photos; The Yaqui Luck-Piece; My Brumby Hunt; When Everything Happened to Me - hauling timber in the 1870s; Salving (Salvaging) Fifty Million Pounds' Worth of Shipping - fantastic photo-illustrated article on some of the 500 ships saved by the Admiralty Salvage Section in WWI; The Sun Dance - photo-illustrated account of a trip to Alberta, Canada to witness the Sun Dance, an annual festival of the Indians; My Dashes fro Freedom - Lieut. E.H. Garland's account of how he escaped from 12 German prison camps in WWI - article with illustrations and photos of the Holzminden Tunnel; ; In Search of Gold - John A. Jordan in East Africa; Our Disastrous Cattle Drive - tale of an horrific Australian cattle drive; Fascinating photo of a "Tramps' Hotel" in the fashion of a jail - they are required to break a quantity of rock for use in road construction before they can leave; The Kaiser's Girls - a tale of 'amazing political intrique and cold-blooded devilry' from German-occupied Russia; The Serpent Garden of Butantan, near Sao Paulo, Brazil - photo-illustrated article; My 'Roo (Kangaroo) Hunt with the 'Flying Gang' - hunting on the banks of the Murray River; With the Ortolan Trappers - photo-illustrated article on how these birds were caught; and more. Half-page photo ad for the Granliden Hotel of Lake Sunapee, N.H.; Lovely illustrated one-page ad for Canada Steamship Lines - "Shooting the Rapids of the Historic St. Lawrence in 1819"; Uncommon ad for "Tobacco Redeemer" by Newell Pharmacal inside back cover claims to help smokers kick the habit in 48 to 72 hours. Covers detached as one, but present. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A wonderful vintage issue. 
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Jetwings - International, September - October 2006: Monthly Magazine of Jet Airways - Scintilating Singapore, Habib, Gargi
9 Habib, Gargi Jetwings - International, September - October 2006: Monthly Magazine of Jet Airways - Scintilating Singapore
India Jet Airways 2006 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Colour photography throughout. Text in English. Features: Canberra; Cairo; Oslo; Singapore; New Zealand's South Island; San Francisco; Skydiving; the Champagne District of France; The Gannet Terminal in the middle of the Firth of Forth; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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The Wide World  - The Magazine For Men, May 1915, No. 205, Vol. 35 - Across the Andes on Foot / Anso the Inaccessible, Hoyt, Vance; Eldred, C.; Haigh, G.; McCord, P.; Piatt, D.; Davidson, D.; Ganthony, R.; Shepstone, H.;  et al
10 Hoyt, Vance; Eldred, C.; Haigh, G.; McCord, P.; Piatt, D.; Davidson, D.; Ganthony, R.; Shepstone, H.; et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, May 1915, No. 205, Vol. 35 - Across the Andes on Foot / Anso the Inaccessible
New York The International News Company 1915 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Somerfield, Tom; Pape, Frank C.; Burton, Harry M.; Wright, Frank; Reynolds, Warwick; Gill, A.; Pitcher, N. Sotheby; Buchanan, F.; Wright, Frank; Gordon, Alexandre 
96 pages pages plus 32 pages of great vintage ads. Features: The Gold-Seekers - Edward J. Hoyt and William Palmer experience terrible Central American hardships in pursuit of wealth; Anso the Inaccessible - photo-illustrated article on this quaint Pyrenees town in Spain; Against Odds - in 1896 the natives of Matebeleland rose against their masters and massacred nearly four hundred - two survivors tell their tale; Across the Andes on Foot - amazing photo-illustrated article; Adventures of an Outlaw-Hunter - exciting experiences related by Sergeant Frank W. Northern who waged a relentless war against criminals in San Diego; A Tale of a Tiger - an extraordinary affair in Rangoon, Burma - with great photos, including the Shway Dagon Pagoda; The Wanderings of an Entertainer (part III) - Mr. Robert Ganthony relates his eventful tour in Canada; Curiosities of the Holy Land (part II) - the picturesque habits of peasant life in Palestine are described, accompanied by photos; The Missing Boatswain - how this strange mystery was solved; My Durian - a traveller in Singapore has his first experience with this awful smelling fruit; The "Hodag" - photo-illustrated account of an elaborate hoax involving Mr. E.S. Shepard in Rhinelander, Wisconsin that, after thirty years, is still remembered throughout the state; "The Woman Who Never Came Back" - a description of the tricks of No-ha-de-lan, an astute old Alaskan witch-doctress, with photos; and more. Covers detached as one but present. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 10, Number 4, February 12 - 18, 1941, Hutchinson, Walter: Editor
11 Hutchinson, Walter: Editor Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 10, Number 4, February 12 - 18, 1941
London & Glasgow Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd. 1941 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
32 pages. Printed on glossy stock. Profusely illustrated with black and white photos and illustrations. Features: Smuggled photo from France shows destruction in the city of Tours; War chiefs with the troops - Captain Margesson at anti-aircraft command, and Major-General Fleischer of the Norwegian forces in Scotland inspects an honour guard; Full-page photo of Winston Churchill after his visit to Nelson's flagship, the Victory, Photo of the R.A.F. bomber Ceylon in flight, plus a photo of her crew standing besider her at Portsmouth; Photo-illustrated text of a broadcast by A.V. Alexander entitled "Britain's Supreme Task"; Photos of bomb damage in varous London locations; Photos of downed German bombers in England; Photo of Lord Halifax with Cordell Hull; Photo of Brigadier-General Earnshaw, commanding Canadian forces in Newfoundland, inspecting a guard of honour; Photos from Abyssinia - Patriots in Revolt; Centerfold illustration by Montague B. Black shows British parachute troops landing in Italy; Photo of new German bomber, the Focke-Wulf Kurier; Photo of Goering and Luftwaffe officials scowling across the Strait of Dover; Silent motors for Italian coastal patrol boats; Photos of the campaign in Libya; Italian Admiral being interrogated by a British staff officer; Photo-illustrated article entitled "The Symbol of Singapore - Growth of an Imperial Garrison at the British Headquarters in the Far East"; Full-page aerial photo of an R.A.F. bombing run in progress over the Albanian port of Valona; Two photos of German POWs reaching Canada and then being loaded into a train; A commentary on the war this week; Aerial photo of air raid in progress on Boulogne; Good full-page photo of a German anti-aircraft crew at work; Summary of the chief events in the war this week. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Binding tight. A quality copy. 
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Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 6, Number 8, July 31 - August 6, 1940, Hutchinson, Walter: Editor
12 Hutchinson, Walter: Editor Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 6, Number 8, July 31 - August 6, 1940
London Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd. 1940 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
32 pages. Printed on glossy stock. 62 black and white quality photos and illustrations. Features: Illustration of the Highlander of Aberdeen which pulled into harbour with the wreckage of a Heinkel lying across her poop; Operations in Africa - photos; Map of Khartoum and area; Aerial photo of smoke over Haifa oil storage facilities after Italian raid on July 24th; Illustrated text of speech by Sir Shenton Thomas entitled "The Colonies Go To It"; Singapore photos; photo of a platoon of a Malay regiment at drill; Photos of damage to Italian warship after being hit by a 15" shell; Photos of the ceaseless coast watch for Nazi invaders; Photos of Churchill inspecting N.E. coast defences; Centerfold illustration by S. Chapman depicts the H.M.S. Alcantara routing an enemy raider in first armed merchant cruiser engagement; Dr. Benes inspects a long line of Czeck bomber crews in England; Signing ceremony photo of Anglo-Polish military agreement; Birds of Battle - the men of the R.A.F.; Aerial photo of destruction of the wharves at Duisburg; Illustrated article on the Somaliland campaign; Photo of E-Boats; A commentary on the war for this week; Canada patrols the Atlantic - photos of Stranraer flying boats; H.M.S. Leaves port again - plus photo of the ship's officers behind a plaque which recognizes major British naval accomplishments; Summary of chief events in the war this week. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, February 26, 1961 - Adlai Stevenson and Dag Hammarskjold Cover Photo, Kimble, George, H.T.; Tanner, Henry; Commager, Henry Steele; Cater, Douglass; Lewis, Anthony; Cottrell, Leonard; Keating, John; Samuels, Gertrude
13 Kimble, George, H.T.; Tanner, Henry; Commager, Henry Steele; Cater, Douglass; Lewis, Anthony; Cottrell, Leonard; Keating, John; Samuels, Gertrude The New York Times Magazine, February 26, 1961 - Adlai Stevenson and Dag Hammarskjold Cover Photo
New York The New York Times Company 1961 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
76 pages. Features: The White Man's Future in Africa; Seven Key Men in the Congo, with photos - Josephy D. Mobutu, Joseph Ileo, Jean Bolikango, Joseph Kasavubu, Moise Tshombe, Justin Bomboko and Albert Kalonji; The Patient African - Joseph Kasavubu; The Cost of College - Who Should Pay?; How a President Helps Form Opinion; Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black at 75; Portrait of a "Son of the Sun" - Tuthmosis III was 'the Napoleon of ancient Egypt' - article with photos; The Broadway Magnet Draws Them Back - article with photos of Lucille Ball, Bob Hope, Anthony Quinn, Don Ameche, Barbara Bel Geddes, Michael Rennie, Barry Nelson, Angela Lansbury and Lawrence Olivier; Handsome full-page color ad for Swank cuff links with matching tie klips or tie-tacs; Nice vintage one-page ad for Bulova's Accutron watches; Sweet full-page color ad for Kleinert's waterproof baby 'trainers' (rubber pants); Legacy of Humanitarian Clara Barton - article with illustration; Great one-page color photo ad for First National City Bank Travelers Checks shows senior couple about to travel to Singapore; Color-photo centerfold ad by the French Government Tourist Office shows Finistere and its ladies with towering white 'wedding cake' hats; Photos of fashionable stairways for homes; The Third Force in Parental Love - The Expectation that children are expected to live up to standards of behavior the family believes in; Nice one-page colour photo ad for Irish Airlines; Salad and Soup recipes; Color Mazola margarine ad; Rath tinned ham ad; Half-page two-color Canada tourism ad; Unmarked. Average wear. Paper tender with peripheral age-toning. A worthy copy. 
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The Wide World - True Stories of Adventure, December (Dec.), 1921, No. 284, Vol. XLVIII: Mountain Mysteries, Knight, D.; Digby, B.; Frings, J.; Cunningham, E.; Abraham, G.; Hogg, J.; Dunn, H.; Long, E.; Evans, E.; Antoine, G.; Rutzebeck, H.
14 Knight, D.; Digby, B.; Frings, J.; Cunningham, E.; Abraham, G.; Hogg, J.; Dunn, H.; Long, E.; Evans, E.; Antoine, G.; Rutzebeck, H. The Wide World - True Stories of Adventure, December (Dec.), 1921, No. 284, Vol. XLVIII: Mountain Mysteries
New York The International New Company 1921 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Bates, Leo; Coller, H.; Nicolson, W.C.; Whitaker, W.G.; Small, A.G.; Verpilleux, E.; Soper, G.; Elock, H.; Wood, Stanley L. 
Pages 90-176 plus 16 pages of ads. Features: The Slacker - a young Californian deserts the Army and his lady to flee to Mexico where great misery follows, but he eventually atones; The Mysterious Witch Doctors of Siberia - disguised as a Russian peasant, the author penetrated into little-known Siberia to investigate the uncanny doings of the native Shamans - article with photos; My Island of Dreams - Part II - the adventures of Amateur Robinson Crusoe, J.W. Frings (with photos); Through Central America on Horseback - Part V - riding through Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Salvador, and Guatemala - story with photos of earthquake damage in Guatemala City; Mountain Mysteries - the strange story of Mr. Crump who was lost for 18 days in the Lakeland crags, plus other cases of mysterious disappearances; Cheating Death - John Edwin Hogg recounts his most harrowing experience; A Bear-Hunt in Lousiana - interesting and successful hunt in the Louisiana Marsh - with photos; My Burglar - a Singapore encounter with a Chinese burglar, stripped naked and greased from head to foot, with fish-hooks in his pigtail and a double-edged sword between his teeth; The Rajah's Lift - the tragic story of a home-made hydraulic lift; The New Moon - information in a diary saves the lives of two men; A Man's Luck - Part III of Hjalmar Hutzebeck's story of life and love in the Far North; Photo and brief write-up of the world's most northerly police post; Photo of the smallest business house in the world in Duncan, Oklahoma; 'House of Gold' built by a wealthy miner in the California's Mojave Desert; and more. Somewhat above-average wear. Back cover almost loose. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Air Pictorial Magazine, Volume 48, 1986, All Issues Hardbound in One Volume, Multiple Contributors
15 Multiple Contributors Air Pictorial Magazine, Volume 48, 1986, All Issues Hardbound in One Volume
UK Profile Books 1986 First Edition Hardcover Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features. Grumman X-29A; Cook Island Hopping; "Mallet Blow"; Blackburn's Buccaneer - 1; Captured Argentine aircraft in the UK; Slingsby T67M Firefly; Schneider Trophy 1929; Air Malawi; Blackburn's Buccaneer - 2; R. Norwegian A.F.; Starfighter Twilight; 'Ocean Safari 85'; German Cargo Services; Where have all the Tridents gone?; ARV Super 2; Chinese 'Coke' with a western flavour; 'Frogfoot'; Back to Barbados; R.A.F. Finningley; Orions provide ASW network around the world; Coat of many colours; Aeronautical Research in WWI; South African DC-3 Anniversary; Republic of Singapore A.F.; EAP - Britain's fighter demonstrator; Bell AH-1W SuperCobra; First TriStar K.1 for No. 216 Squadron; Final Top-up with No. 57 Squadron; Zeppelin-Staaken E.4/20; Sun'n Fun; R.A.F. Fighter Command 50 years on; British Caledonian Airways - part 1; Electronic Warfare - part 1; R. Moroccan A.F.; Hanover Report; Tiger Club Air Show; Outback Medic; British Caledonian Airways - part 2; What to see at Farnborough; R.A.F. Support Helicopters; British Aerospace 146; British Caledonian Airways - part 3; Lynx Speed Record; British Aerospace ATP; Chile's Air Force; Sea Harrier Training; Freighters at Birmingham; Tactical Fighter Meet '86; Eastern Air Lines - part 1; Farnborough postscript; Beverleys in Aden; Visit to China; R.A.F. Support Helicopters; EW Training in the R.A.F.; Oshkosh Highlights; Eastern Air Lines - part 2; Westland Lysander; Index laid in. Clean and unmarked with moderate external wear. A quality copy. 
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Aircraft Illustrated Extra (Magazine): No.1 Through No. 8, Privately Hardbound in One Volume, Multiple Contributors
16 Multiple Contributors Aircraft Illustrated Extra (Magazine): No.1 Through No. 8, Privately Hardbound in One Volume
UK Ian Allan Ltd 1969 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Features: German jets over England; Fiat CR42 BT 474; London-Nachtflieger; The Dark Years; The Battle of Britain Film; Home Defence 1914-1918; Hit and Run; A Mysterious 'Emil'; Flying the dreaded Stuka; Palm Sunday Massacre; Eschwege - eagle of the Aegean; Malta - Mediterranean Bastion; Suez, 1956; 'Z' Force, 1919; photo feature; Woodcock and Fury - Hawker's first and last biplane fighters; Calshot - cradle of British marine aviation; Memories of the Hawker Horlsey; British Fleet Aircraft between the wars; Flying Suitcase - a brief account of the Handley Page Hampden; The operational career of the Arado AR 234 Blitz; 'Hamish' - the story of Grp Capt T.G. Mahaddie, DSO, DFC, AFC, Czech MC; USAAF Aircraft which forced-landed in Sweden during WWII; Fokker T!X - cutaway drawing; 'Ninak' - workhorse of the twenties; RAF in India 1919-1939 - the background; Pink's War - the turning point; The Wapiti IIA in India; Fighting the Faqir - operations 1936-1938; An 'Emil' enigma solved; The Fighting Dolphins; Hawker - pioneer of air fighting; D.VII - Sidelights of Fokker's great fighter; Camel Cavelcade; Day Bombers, 1918 - an appreciation of 55 Squadron RFC/RAF; Fighting 'Boats', 1914-1918; Fairey III Floatplanes; 'Old Faithful' - the Supermarine Southampton; Singapore III - Short's last biplane 'boat; Queen of the 'Boats - sidelights on the Short Sunderland. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Peeling from front free endpaper where label removed. Excellent copy. 
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Architectural Digest Magazine, August 2002, Multiple Contributors
17 Multiple Contributors Architectural Digest Magazine, August 2002
USA Advance Magazine Publishers 2002 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
174 pages. Features: Exotic homes around the world; Cher in Malibu; Bali, Mexico, Costa Rica, St. Lucia, Hawaii, Japan, Barbados, Marrakech; Nureyev; Raffles Hotel in Singapore. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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Excellence - The Magazine About Porsche, May 2010 - The Stunning Spyder, Multiple Contributors
18 Multiple Contributors Excellence - The Magazine About Porsche, May 2010 - The Stunning Spyder
USA Ross Periodicals, Inc. 2010 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
160 pages. Features: 2011 Boxster Spyder; Cayman Interseries - one Porsche fanatic's epic idea; Porsche's 2L8; 356 Barn Find - $1500 Continental found in tobacco barn; Karbon Copy - a 1972 911T gets the full Kremer treatment; 964 Clubsport - driven daily in Singapore; Cayenne V-8 wins at Daytona 2010; 928 Pikes Peak racer; Intermeccanica 356; Ignition lock preservation and maintenance; and more. Clean, bright and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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Explorer's Journal, June 1980, Multiple Contributors
19 Multiple Contributors Explorer's Journal, June 1980
USA The Explorer's Club 1980 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Solar Eclipse of 1980 - scientists race totality; Devils, Quolis, Dunnarts and Thylacines - a survey of Tasmanian mammals; Journey into Northern China - impressions of a scientist; A Geologist in Alaska - John C. reed on 45 years in the boondocks; Nebraska Miocene Giant Turtle - complete skeleton reveals new species; Niger - Tenere Expedition - geographical and archeological observations; Transglobe Expedition Now in Antarctica - British explorers circling globe on polar axis; Exploring Canada's Ellice River - observing Arctic tundra flora and fauna; New support for Archeological Discovery; Malaysia-Singapore Waterway Border - United Nations Law of the Sea problems. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Flora Magazine - For Flower Arrangers and Gardeners: Autumn 1977, Multiple Contributors
20 Multiple Contributors Flora Magazine - For Flower Arrangers and Gardeners: Autumn 1977
London Stanley Gibbons 1977 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Florafood; beginners please!; personal colours of flowers of the Zodiac; the greenhouse and its accessories; how to make a miniature flower arrangement; Flowers at Penshurst Place; Early Chinese flower arranging; Unusual bulbs for flower arrangers; Debbie Thompson's carnations in the modern manner; floralore; wild flowers in the Holy Land; Colour it gold; Living Ivy Wreaths; Know your Onions; Julia Clements meets Katie Boyle; Orchids from Singapore; flowers through the ages; the floral beauty of South Africa collage; Eucryphias at Nymans; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. 
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