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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIII - No. 257, September (Sept.) 1919 - The Thrills of Parachuting (Cover Illustration), "Woodpecker"; McDade, J.; Heilner, V.C.; Macdonald, T.A.; West, J.; Von Blon, J.L.; Jordan, John A.; Rose, Frank; Walkey, C.E.G.; Heald, T.D.; Leslie, H.; Strong, Robert D.; Et al
1 "Woodpecker"; McDade, J.; Heilner, V.C.; Macdonald, T.A.; West, J.; Von Blon, J.L.; Jordan, John A.; Rose, Frank; Walkey, C.E.G.; Heald, T.D.; Leslie, H.; Strong, Robert D.; Et al The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIII - No. 257, September (Sept.) 1919 - The Thrills of Parachuting (Cover Illustration)
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1919 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Tennant, Dudley; Reynolds, Warwick; Evison, G. 
Pages 353-440, plus 16 pages of nostalgic ads. Features: Flying in Central Africa - part 2 - tales from the log book of an R.A.F. officer during the campaign in German East Africa - article with interesting photos; Torn by Starving Jackals in Macedonia - Private James McDade of the 6th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers recounts his experience - with photo of McDade; Death-Struggle with An Alligator - what happened to Van Campen Heilner when he was photographing an alligator in a Florida swamp - photo-illustrated article; The Thrills of Parachuting - early and marvelously photo-illustrated article on this topic; Photo of tourist party in Solomon's Quarry, the world's most ancient quarry; My South African Adventures - part 1 of Jack West's incredible recollections, including photo of him aged 17; Ship Built By One Man - Liberian missionary, the Rev. James E. Lewis - photo-illustrated article of him, his wife and "The Coloured Missionary Yacht"; John A. Jordan and his African Leopard-Hunting Adventures; Our Trip to Catch Murderers - the rough and ready methods of achieving justice in Bolivia; An Exciting Night Drive - 35 miles in a South African Cape Cart; Relief Workers' Adventures - part 2 of this superb photo-illustrated article on thrilling experiences among the War Victims of Armenia, Syria and Persia; With a Caravan in Corsica - photo illustrated article which relates the primitive life of the people; A Mountain of Gold - photo-illustrated article about the discovery made by the Fisk Expedition - Captain James L. Fisk and Dr. William Denton Dibb; In the Wilds of Siberia - part 2 - fascinating article with great photos document the explorations of Harry Somerset-Lister; The Adventures of a Newspaper-Man - part 4 - Exploring New York - article with nice photos and fascinating observations of the people; A Butterfly Farm in France - French Entomologist M. Andre's farm near Macon - article with photos; Fascinating photo of flume in British Columbia, by which logs are carried to the sawmills; Photo of amber mine on the coast of Samland in the eastern Prussian peninsula. Somewhat above-average external wear. Openings and loss at each end of backstrip. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy of this marvelous issue. 
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The Dearborn Independent, Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 3, 1926 - Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board?, Aaron, S.F.; Johns, E.B.; Thompson, Huston; Perry, Armstrong; Barron, C.W.; Barton, William E.; MacConnell, Duncan; Finger, Charles J.; Aschemeier, C.R.; Robinson, Alan M.
2 Aaron, S.F.; Johns, E.B.; Thompson, Huston; Perry, Armstrong; Barron, C.W.; Barton, William E.; MacConnell, Duncan; Finger, Charles J.; Aschemeier, C.R.; Robinson, Alan M. The Dearborn Independent, Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 3, 1926 - Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board?
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: The Killers' Struggle to Exist - all animals wage unending war for mere right to live; Legislating in Secret Session - Budget Officer Rules United States and is not Answerable to the People - New Method of Neutralizing Congressional Government; Why (Woodrow) Wilson Disliked Reporters (part 2) - distaste for publicity developed into aversion for newspapermen through their boorish blunders; The Fallacies of Philanthropy - There are some glaring inconsistencies in organized charity - Is there a remedy?; Galli-Curci Swayed by Swedish Music - Prima Donna gives a wonderful interpretation of the writings of Emanuel Swedenborg; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page; Editorial criticizes lax enforcement of prohibition law and includes list of names of people recently indicted, including Benjamin Gleeman, Harry Gelman, Morris Roisner, Nathan Bader, Samuel, Harris, Abe Ginsberg, Benjamin Weiss, Leon Gleckman, Harry Bernstein, Benjamin Gersonstein, Albert Haimowitz, James Silberstein, and more; Rev. John Roach Straton is heckled during his sermon criticizing actresses; Satirical piece entitled "No - Don't Let Them See It (the Bible)"; M. Pietri of the Finance Commission of the French Chamber claims Great Britain is in debt to France after WWI; Criticism of Mussolini who has confiscated the home of a journalist critical of him - in New York; Will Palestine Ever Pay Its Board? - fascinating photo-illustrated article on this land which 'For thirty years before the War, Baron Rothschild had diligently sought to encourage Jewish immigration'; Washington Irving's London Has Gone - the glamour of his descriptions persist, though the landmarks have vanished; The Voyage of the Victoria - Light on the Dark Ages (first of a series); Where the Buffalo Survives - Ravalli, Montana; The Gorilla at Home - This Anthropoid, usually very peaceable, is much maligned; Uncle Sam Smashes Dishes to Study Them - testing proves American dishes and glassware to be the best; Hong Kong brings in very stiff penalties for importing firearms; Dinshah P. Ghadiali appeals his conviction related to his scheme for curing all ills through 'attuned color waves'; Manipulating the King's English - brevity and lucidity are our best word-soldiers when there is a dress parade; Kodiak legend of Shliam Shoa; Piano Sheet music and dance information for song "The Ripple". Average wear. Center page loose but present. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Rod and Gun in Canada Magazine, December 1956 - Make Your Ice Chisel, Alford, M.E.; Ghent, A.W.; Morrison, J. Warcup; Fairley, Charles; Nicholson, H.P.; McGillen, Pete; Morrow, Les; Landis, C.S.; Gillese, J.P.; Frost, Rex
3 Alford, M.E.; Ghent, A.W.; Morrison, J. Warcup; Fairley, Charles; Nicholson, H.P.; McGillen, Pete; Morrow, Les; Landis, C.S.; Gillese, J.P.; Frost, Rex Rod and Gun in Canada Magazine, December 1956 - Make Your Ice Chisel
Gardenvale, Quebec National Business Publications Limited 1956 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
22 pages. Features: Make Your Own Ice Chisel - article with photos and diagram; Dr. The Muley is a Home-Body - Drive him out of his range and he'll work hard at coming right back again; Boring Shotgun Barrels; Springer Spaniels in the Field in 1956 - article with photo ofAndrew Dunn with Ludlovian Duskie and Dunoon Drum, H.S. and Mrs. Routley with Breckonhill Bluebell and Rivington Kay, John and Mrs. Blanock with Jonkit Jill, Tixover Monkey and Brackenbank Spey, plus Tixover Monkey owned by John Blanock of Detroit; Your own Bum-Chum (portable seat); .244 Remington Varmint (gun); Funning for Ruffled Grouse; Photo of Helen Kupari of Sudbury - Outdoors Girl of Canada; Dr. MacGregor's Christmas; and more. Average wear. A sound copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, April (Apr.) 10, 1977 - Tennis Player Ilie Nastase is the Star You Love To Hate, Baker, Russell; Severo, Richard; Kornheiser, Tony; Pepper, Curits Bill; Stockton, William; Subak-Sharpe, Genell; Jacoby, Susan; Claiborne, Craig; Franey, Pierre; Smith, C.Ray; Donovan, Carrie; Morris, Bernadine; Lelyveld, Joseph
4 Baker, Russell; Severo, Richard; Kornheiser, Tony; Pepper, Curits Bill; Stockton, William; Subak-Sharpe, Genell; Jacoby, Susan; Claiborne, Craig; Franey, Pierre; Smith, C.Ray; Donovan, Carrie; Morris, Bernadine; Lelyveld, Joseph The New York Times Magazine, April (Apr.) 10, 1977 - Tennis Player Ilie Nastase is the Star You Love To Hate
New York The New York Times 1977 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
96 pages. Features: Pontiac Phoenix ad; Fantastic two-page color-photo ad for Babe cosmetics; A Taxpayer's Prayer; Too Hot to Handle - Failed nuclear waste recycling/reprocessing plant at West Valley, New York; Tennis article on Ilie Nastase includes color photos of him and Jimmy Connors; A Day in the Life of the Pope - Pope Paul VI; In the wake of the world's worst air disaster on the Canary Islands, Pilots Talk About Air Crashes; Mr. Goodwrench ad; Nice two-page color ad for the Polaroid SX-70 Alpha 1 camera; Sothey Parke Bernet ad features photo of C. Hugh Hildesley; The Expensive Way to Keep Your Teeth - Periodontal Disease; Ad for La Corona cigars from Nicaragua; Classic Purity - Architect Edward Barnes's 'classic modern' house on a semi-circular platform; Color photos of designs by Bill Blass, Anne Klein, Halston, Calvin Klein, Mary McFadden and Ralph Lauren; Black and white photos of designs by Sain Laurent, Chloe, Dior, Missoni, Kenzo and Issey Miyake; J&B Scotch ad features UN headquarters in background. Above-average external wear. Cover holding by one staple. Minor tape repair to front cover. Faint library stamp upon front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The New York Times Magazine, August 28, 1960, Berkner, L.V.; Streit, Peggy and Pierre; Samuelson, Paul A.; Furlong, William Barry; Hyman, Sidney; Canaday, John; Welles, Benjamin; Barrett, George
5 Berkner, L.V.; Streit, Peggy and Pierre; Samuelson, Paul A.; Furlong, William Barry; Hyman, Sidney; Canaday, John; Welles, Benjamin; Barrett, George The New York Times Magazine, August 28, 1960
New York The New York Times Company 1960 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
80 pages. Features: Are Space Probes Worth It? - L.V. Berkner argues yes; Drama of the Secretary-General of the U.N. (Dag Hammarskjold) in photos; No, it is Not Money Down the Drain - foreign aid is doing some good - two Asian students speak; It's Now Forty Pay-Later Billions - article about American consumer debt; Venus Wasn't a Shot-Putter - article on athletic women and their attractiveness to men; 'My Friends' (You Assorted Nitwits) - humorous dissection of election speeches; Of the 'Peaceable Kingdom' - Edward Hicks was America's greatest primitive painter; Francisco Franco Ponders - What Kind of King will succeed him? - Don Juan or Juan Carlos; The Rolls-Royce Keeps Rolling Along - a look at the luxury auto brand; Magnificent color-photo centerfold ad for Rheingold lager beer features the candidates for Miss Rheingold '61 riding in a white Lincoln Continental convertible - Liz Gardner, Barbara Weingarth, Annette Cash, Peggy Jacobsen, Linday Bromley and Janet Mick; Nice color-photo ad for Dr. Posner scientific shoes; Article on Ocean Grove, NJ; How Black is the White Lie?; Interior design photos of built-ins - beds, closets, chests, etc.; Vintage ad for Puritron air cleaners; Numerous gorgeous color-photo fashion ads. Average wear. Unmarked. Moderate chipping and yellowing at periphery. A sound copy. 
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Hearst's International Magazine, April 1924 - The Masons and the Klan, Blood, L.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Kyne, P.; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; Mason, A.; Perry, L.; De Kruif, P.; Jameson, H.; James, M.; Glavis, L.Strong, A.; Dell, R.; Wells, H.G.
6 Blood, L.; Maugham, W. Somerset; Kyne, P.; Fitzgerald, F. Scott; Mason, A.; Perry, L.; De Kruif, P.; Jameson, H.; James, M.; Glavis, L.Strong, A.; Dell, R.; Wells, H.G. Hearst's International Magazine, April 1924 - The Masons and the Klan
USA The International Magazine Company 1924 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Benda, W.T. (Wladyslaw Theodor): Cover; Rowe, Guy (Giro) - Jell-O ad; Flagg, James Montgomery; Cornwell, Dean; Allen, J.E.; Raleigh, H.; Robinson, D.; Wright, G.; Welsh, W.; Louderback, W.; Schabelitz, R.; Stoops, H.; Morgan, W. 
162 pages. Features: Gorgeous cover illustration of redhead by W.T. Benda; Nice color Jell-O ad inside front cover by Guy (Giro) Rowe; Victrola ad features illustrations of Martinelli, Bori and Ruffo; One-page ad for the New Hudson Sedan; Grover Cleveland Bergdoll Surrenders to the American Legion - fascinating photo-illustrated article written by the man who returned him to the U.S. (part 1); The Letter - story by W.S. Maugham; An Appeal to Decent Drinkers - fascinating article by Gifford Pinchot on the morality of supporting the trade in illegal alcohol during prohibition; The House of the Arrow - mystery novel; The Internationalist - love story; Tuberculosis - Cured by the Sun - article by Paul H. de Kruif, Ph.D.; The Play Actor (fiction); To Stop War Draft Wealth - remarkably prescient article by Marquis James proposes that if wealthy classes knew their factories would give them little profit if war started, these classes would see that no war occured; The Dog-Barking Navigator (fiction); The Masons and the Ku Klux Klan - the controversy over Masons also being members of the Klan; Diamond Dick - and the First Law of a Woman, by F. Scott Fitzgerald; Stalin - Russia's Leading Politician - fascinating early photo-illustrated look at the man who dominated the Soviet Union for decades; Tongues of Flame - a novel of conflict; France's Only Statesman - photo-illustrated article on Joseph Caillaux; Araby - a Tale of the Isles of the East Beyond the East; Home is the Sailor - new stories of Phoebe and Ernest and their children; My Life, by Mary Garden - true talk about matters personal (with photo); The Dream - fiction by H. G. Wells; Who Deserves a Servant? - an interesting and thoughtful article on the subject of domestic workers; One Born Every Minute - fiction; Garrulities of an Octogenarian Editor, by Henry Holt; Nice red and black one-page Campbell's Vegetable Soup ad; One-page illustrated Chevrolet ad for the Superior Utility Coupe; One-page orange and black ad for the Goodrich Balloon Cord tire; Nice one-page two-color ad for Royal Typewriters is illustrated by David Robinson; Nice one-page photo ad for Listerine features quizical young lady and caption "This can't apply to me!"; Resinal soap and ointment ad; Forhan's ad with baseball theme; Classy one-page L.T. Piver ad; Nice 2/3-page Coke ad features lady in white coat and dress; One-page photo ad for Fleischmann's Yeast; Great one-page Thopson-Barlow Co. ad features young model in the Madame X Reducing Girdle; Orange and black ad for Way Sagless Spring Co. inside back cover; Nostalgic back cover ad for Mulsified shampoo features curly young lady's hair being inspected by her beau. Approx. 0.75" x 3" of loss to upper corner of front cover, otherwise unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound and complete copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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Vancouver Canucks Hockey Magazine, December 26, 1970, Vol 1 No. 17 - Cover Action of Photo of Nick Libett, Dale Tallon and Murray Hall, Boyd, Denny; Reynolds, Ted; Cannon, Don
7 Boyd, Denny; Reynolds, Ted; Cannon, Don Vancouver Canucks Hockey Magazine, December 26, 1970, Vol 1 No. 17 - Cover Action of Photo of Nick Libett, Dale Tallon and Murray Hall
Vancouver, B.C. Canucks Publishing 1970 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
68 pages. Great memento from early in the Canucks' first NHL season! Features: Cover photo of Dale Tallon and others; Photos of Canucks executives and staff; Article on Captain Orland Kurtenbach's comeback from back injury; Article on Dunc Wilson - The Fearless Goaltender; Article on Canuck owners Medicor and Thomas K. Scallen; Article on Chicago defenceman Bill White; Article on Chicago fighter Keith Magnuson with great photo of him fighting Wayne Maki; Nice article/photo on Chicago Coach Billy Reay; Nice colour ad for "Old Style" beer; Ted Reynolds' Greatest Thrill; Fantastic photo of Paul Shmyr fighting Orland Kurtenbach plus article on Shmyr and his "Fighting Family"; Photo of Tony Esposito playing the Canucks; Stan Mikita article; Nice Bobby Hull feature on back page; plus many great vintage ads. Centerfold loose but present. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, January (Jan.) 1943  - Brother Twelve (12) Issue, Bride, W.W.; Osmond, Edward; Thomas, T.J.; Hinckley, George; Strachan, A.W.; Inkster, T.H.; Price, Willard; et al
8 Bride, W.W.; Osmond, Edward; Thomas, T.J.; Hinckley, George; Strachan, A.W.; Inkster, T.H.; Price, Willard; et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, January (Jan.) 1943 - Brother Twelve (12) Issue
London George Newnes Limited 1943 Australia/New Zealand Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Cuneo, T.T.; Holloway, Cyril 
Pages 119-176 plus 14 pages of vintage ads. Features: Brother Twelve - A man of dominating personality who, after many years' of study of Eastern occultism, founded a mysterious religious cult on an island off the coast of British Columbia - Wealthy converts flocked to join him, then disturbing events began to happen, disaster descended upon the community, and Brother Twelve vanished, leaving his disillusioned dupes to face ruin; Canada's New North; The Jaws of Death; What Happened to Wicks; Black Magic; The Shadow; The Pirate Pasha; On the Shoals; A Matter of Boundaries; When the Telephone Rang; The Passing of Rufus; The Apotheosis of Tom; The Builder of Drums. Unmarked with average wear. Short openings to fore-edge of some pages. Binding intact. A sound copy of this special issue. Please note: At the time of publication The Wide World published its Australia/New Zealand edition a month later thus, the first appearance of this issue was actually in December 1942. 
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The Illustrated London News, November (Nov.)14, 1936: Gen. Franco Cover Photo Portrait, Bryant, Arthur; et al
9 Bryant, Arthur; et al The Illustrated London News, November (Nov.)14, 1936: Gen. Franco Cover Photo Portrait
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch 1936 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Brewer, Henry C. 
Pages 849-894. Features: Cover photo of Gen. Franco; Photo of G. A. D. Ogilvie-Forbes, the British chargé d'affaires in Madrid; Photo of Don Francisco Largo Caballero, Prime Minister of Spain; Photo of Spanish boys drilling as "Arrows" (the equivalent of the Italian Balilla) at Burgos; Two pages of graphic photos entitled The Battle for Madrid - the capital of Spain as the converging point of the Civil War; Two pages of photos entitled In the Madrid Sector - Gen. Franco's redoubtable troops - Moors, Legionnaires, and other insurgent forces superior to their enemies in tactics; Book review of "Three Sea Journals of Stuart Times", by Dawtrey Cooper; One page illustration of the King George V national memorial; Photo illustrated article on pioneer work at Chanhu-Daro, an unexplained site in the Indus Valley - arts, industry, and sanitation of the Harappa period, with relics of another epoch hitherto unknown; Page of photos of ancient sanitation technology in India - drainage, wells, and baths; Page of photos of toys used in India 5000 years ago; Page of photos depicting the beginnings of Indian sculpture - figurines from Chanhu-Daro; Page of photos and text explain prehistoric Indian bead-making; Rediscovery of Rembrandt masterpiece "Juno"; Page of photos illustrating the assault on Madrid and its approaches - bomb and shell havoc, street defences, and some of Gen. Franco's Moroccan troops; Britain's formidable new "Harrow" bomber - three photos of its mass production; Five photos illustrate present Roosevelt's (FDR's) sweeping victory; Centrefold photo of the king laying wreath at the Cenotaph in Whitehall on the 18th anniversary of Armistice Day; Photos of funeral of Adm. of the Fleet Sir John Kelly; Two photos of Miss Jean Batten in New Zealand after her record-breaking flight from England; Photo of the first ruler of Mysore to leave India - H.H. the Maharajah, H.H. The Yuvaraja, and prince Jayachamarajendra are all shown riding an elephant; Photos of personalities of the week include G. Ridley, Gerald Hawken Knight, Gerard Mackworth young, air Vice Marshal C. L. Courtney, H. Clifford Smith, C. H. Sampson, Sir John Kelly, Arthur Evans, Polish Foreign Minister Col. Beck and Mme. Beck with Anthony Eden, Sir Arthur K. Yapp, the Rev. Pat McCormick, and the right Rev. C. E. Curzon; Article explains how freak goldfish are produced; 12 photos of mongoose "Rikki" - home pet and film star; Four photos of duel to the death between mongoose and cobra; Nine photos illustrate Libya under Italian occupation, including photo of air marshal Balbo; Classy one page ad for Austin Reed men's fashions; One-page Johnnie Walker ad shows him playing solitaire; Halfpage classy photo ad for Rolls-Royce; Halfpage illustrated ad for Cooper and Co. Outer advertising pages not included. Centrefold loose but present. All contents present. Unmarked with above-average wear. A worthy reference copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN), September (Sept.) 26, 1942 - The Wreckage of Rommel's Defeat, Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril
10 Bryant, Arthur; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN), September (Sept.) 26, 1942 - The Wreckage of Rommel's Defeat
London The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1942 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H.; Turner, C.E.; De Grineau, Bryan 
Pages 337-364. Features: Cover photo of Winston Churchill watching a parade of heavy infantry tanks named after him; Photos of Wendell Willkie visiting our forward positions in Egypt; Two pages of devastation - the wreckage left behind after Rommel's forced retreat from the Western Desert; Page of desert photos including German POWs, a 'sticky' bomb, minesweeping and Communion for the wounded; One-page illustration of deserted village in East Anglia; The Position of Madagascar - article; Six photos of tanks and their landing craft; Malta "Island Fortress of Heroism" Receives her George Cross - six photos of the pomp and ceremony; Photo of the "Wakefield" ablaze, and photo of her passengers on deck awaiting rescue; Photo of FDR beside large Japanese flag - which he refused to touch; Photos of H.M. destroyer "Zulu" and flying-boat "Clare", both lost; Twelve photos from the Russian Front; Centrefold map of Australia, "Japan's Main Objective in the Pacific"; Six Photos of the last moments of the "Yorktown", sunk off Midway Island; Photos of ten personalities of the week include Commander E.P. Tomkinson, General Von Kleist, Admiral Sir William James, Lieut. Cutler, V.C. (of Australia), and Sergt. Murray Smythe, V.C. with Major-General Dan Pienaar; Three aerial photos of Rouen after first raid by U.S. "Fortresses"; Photos of London's evacuated statues; Four large before and after photos of Dusseldorf after raid of September 10; Victory Through Air Power (article); Five photos of Marines vigorously training; Four photos of U.S. Troops learning to swim through seas of blazing oil; One-page illustration of British naval losses since the war's outbreak, from capital ships to submarines; Six illustrations of the life of British War Prisoners in Germany; Sixteen portraits of war prisoners in Oflag VIe, by Lt. J.F. Watton; vintage ads. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, 28 March 1953 - Cover Photo of Marshal Tito with Queen and Her Family at Buckingham Palace, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
11 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, 28 March 1953 - Cover Photo of Marshal Tito with Queen and Her Family at Buckingham Palace
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1953 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Lewitt-Him; Lee-Elliott, Theyre 
Pages 457-500. Features: Interesting colour ad for Scweppes inside front cover shows a formal gathering of people, each suspended by a mobile; Marshal Tito visits London - twelve photos, including the unfortunate downed Meteor which crashed during an air display; Six photos of Marshal Tito's farewell to London; Photos of the remodelling of Queen Victoria's crown for QEII; Two pages of photos of atomic testing on buildings and dummies at Yucca Flats; Five photos related to the actual atomic burst at Yucca Flats on March 17th; Superb two-page photo feature on the 103rd University Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge; Wonderful centerfold photo of Queen Mary, recently deceased; Photo of German-designed 'Wing Boat' at speed with front end lifted from water (like a hydrofoil); Photo of curious U.S. 'Rolligon" experimental vehicle for use in sand and soft snow; Photos of the Duke of Edinburth's visit to British forces in Germany; Photos of personalities of the week, includingM. Raoul Dufy, Neave Parker, and the English Ruby team which fefeated Scotland at Twickenham on March 21; Photo of Vivien Leigh and Sir Laurence Olivier after Miss Leigh was ordered three month's rest after a nervous breakdown; Funeral cortege for the five British airmen from the Lincoln bomber shot down by the Russians over Germany; The Winkler family escapes to West Berlin by the pleasure steamer 'Deutschland'; Turkish earthquake damage at Gonen; Photos of English Harbour, Antigua; Photos of the state coach, renovated and ready for the coronation; Nice colour-illustrated ad for Good Year tires inside back cover features the coat-of-arms of James Harris, first Baron Malmesbury of Malmesbury in County of Wiltshire; Classy colour ad on back cover for the Daimler 'Consort'; and more. Centerfold loose but present in excellent condition; Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, June 12 1954 -  Cover Photo of the Queen at Epsom, Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril
12 Bryant, Arthur; Squire, Sir John; Falls, Cyril The Illustrated London News (ILN) Magazine, June 12 1954 - Cover Photo of the Queen at Epsom
London The Illustrated London News & Sketch Ltd. 1954 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Lewitt-Him; De Grineau, Bryan; Davis, G.H. 
Pages 981-1024. Features: Lovely colour ad for Cunard inside front cover "Gracious Living At Its Best"; Interesting Scweppes "Schweppshire Way of Life" ad; Cover photo of Royals at Epsom on Derby Day; Photo of Dag Hammarskjold with Haile Selassie and his son; The Empress of Japan attends a charity Bazaar; Royal photos, including the wedding party of Captain Viscount Althorp and the Hon. Frances Roche; Australian flying doctor Dr. Allan Vickers; Sister Marie-Rachel, one of the five Dionne Quintuplets, with her four sisters; M. Charles Dolfuss and M. Audouin Dolfuss; Runner E. Zatopek; Sir Arthur Benson, New Governor of Northern Rhodesia is sworn in; Admiral Sir Dudley North is denied a public enquiry; Many photos of The King's School, Canterbury - probably the oldest public school in England; Sensational centerfold photos shows Mrs. R.S. Clark's 'Never Say Die' passing the post at the Derby - the first American-bred Derby winner since 1881; Photo's of Da Vinci's "Last Supper" saved - a seven-years' task accomplished; One page of illustrations about RCA's claim to have discovered a way to convert radiation directly into electricity; Waving farewell to General Sir Gerald and Lady Templer at Kuala Lumpur; and more. One-inch strip missing from bottom of back advertorial cover. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Saturday Evening Post, March 23, 1957 -  Victor Borge / Operation Sharkbait / Preventing Premature Births, Case, Victoria; Ruhen, Olaf; Brimmer, Lenor & Kenneth; Mayse, Arthur; Yoder, Robert; Smith, Beverly; Hauser, Ernest; Libler, John; Borge, Victor; Blair, Col. Charles F. Jr.; Wolf, Bill; Von Rosenstiel, W.; Le May, Alan; Case, Robert
13 Case, Victoria; Ruhen, Olaf; Brimmer, Lenor & Kenneth; Mayse, Arthur; Yoder, Robert; Smith, Beverly; Hauser, Ernest; Libler, John; Borge, Victor; Blair, Col. Charles F. Jr.; Wolf, Bill; Von Rosenstiel, W.; Le May, Alan; Case, Robert The Saturday Evening Post, March 23, 1957 - Victor Borge / Operation Sharkbait / Preventing Premature Births
USA The Curtis Publishing Company 1957 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Clymer, John (cover); Langley, Alex; Harris, R.G.; Rabut, Paul; Hilbery, Bob; Conner, Mac; Otnes, Fred; 
126 pages. Fiction: Problem Mother; The Face of Death; First Baby; The Forbidden Island; Kiowa Moon (part 2 of 7); The Golden Shadow (conclusion). Articles: How an Amblance Chaser Works - other people's accidents make him money; If a President Collapses - proposed solutions to the problem of what to do if/when a President falls ill; The Face of America - The Golden Triangle - large color photo of the Monongahela meeting the Allegheny River; We are on the Spot in Spain - Franco's dictatorship rests on a powder keg; Premature Births Can Be Prevented - Releasin is used to delay labor - with photo of Mrs. Lorraine Yarsinsky and her triplets; Everybody Laughs at Me - Victor Borge - par 6 of 7 - his feud with Rudy Vallee, and the day he was arrested as a spy; We Flew Operation Sharkbait - Col. Charles F. Blair, Jr., USAF Res. recounts the harrowing tension-filled hoursin a jet fighter that spanned the Atlantic on a hush-hush test flight - the first Great Circle Route flight to Europe in a Thunderstreak Interceptor; Fishing at its Fanciest - article and great color photos from Palm Beach; My Ware with the Army - W.H. Von Rosenstiel got no mail for three months so went over his colonel's head - with astounding results; Should your child be a Librarian? Ads: Winston cigarettes (taste good); Pream coffee; Amana fridges (very nostalgic); Hart Schaffner & Marx clothing - with color photos of Dr. Joyce Brothers and Hal March of the $64,000 Question; 'Eggs Belong in Breakfast'; Presto appliances; Nice 1-page color ad for Boeing's 707; Ford cars - two-page color photo; Westinghouse washer - the famous 'sand test'; Tareyton; Pontiac cars - nice yellow Super Chief two-door hardtop; Baldwin Organs; GMC Air Suspension Tractors - two color pages; Union Pacific Railroad Vacations; RCA TV Service; Underwood Typewriters (golden gloves); Allis-Chalmers - 2-page ad showing their cement plant; USS United States Steel with illustration of futuristic bridge; GMAC color photo ad with old ladies telling young mom what to do; Nice two-page Borg-Warner ad in 'believe-it-or-not' format; Nice one-page color Pepsi adshows young painting couple; Magnavox High Fidelity TVs; MacGregor baseball gloves - featuring Red Schoendienst; GM two-page photo ad features Amanda, Ohio, home of GM supplier Mid-West Fabricating - with photos of Stanton Johns, Francis and Helen Crago, Dick Young, and L.E. Conrad; Evinrude outboard motors - nice color-photo ad; Ponderosa Pine Windows; Anchor Fence; IBM Selectric Typewriters; Santa Fe Super Chief; Briggs & Stratton engines; Nice Viceroy cigarette ad features bowler Don Carter; Chrysler 4-door hardtop Windsor - color photo; Betty Crocker Li'l Angel Food Cake Mix ad on back cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, April (Apr.) 18, 1936: Italian Marshall Badoglio Cover Photo / Centrefold Aerial Photo of Vancouver, Chesterton, G. K.; Et al
14 Chesterton, G. K.; Et al The Illustrated London News, April (Apr.) 18, 1936: Italian Marshall Badoglio Cover Photo / Centrefold Aerial Photo of Vancouver
London The Illustrated London News 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Davis, G.H. 
Pages 659-702. Features: Cover photo of the Victor of Ashangi, Marshall Badoglio, commander-in-chief of the Italian forces in Abyssinia; Photo of Gen. Smuts appealing for peace in Europe; Photo of the Kadir Cup "pig sticking"event in India, with photo of winner, Capt. P. H. J. Tuck with his horse Manifest; Two-page pictorial map of the Franco-German and Belgo-German frontiers - of world interest since the Rhineland was reoccupied; Two pages of photo of massive Burmese Leogriff (Cinthe) under construction as the funeral pyre for the cremation of a dead priest; Photo illustrated article on Brazil nuts - a minor mystery; Six photos from filming of "Kliou", the first Technicolor film to be photographed entirely in the jungle; Two pages of photos of the "Alps" of South Africa; Page of fascinating photos illustrating the world's greatest telescopic "eye", this great 200 inch telescope disc is twice the diameter of the disc in the Hooker telescope at the Mount Wilson Observatory, the biggest at present in use; Page of photos of medieval ship carvings in a Devonshire church - sculpted 16th-century three-masters; Page of photos illustrate the coldest Easter of the century; Page of photos of the king personally bestowing the Royal Maundy to aged men and women; Magnificent centrefold aerial photo of the city of Vancouver, British Columbia - before construction of the Lion's Gate Bridge - as she celebrates her Golden Jubilee; Two pages of text and photos present a mysterious 12th Dynasty hoard - Treasures of Asiatic origin found at Toud, near Luxor; Photos of personalities of the week include Herr Leopold von Hoesch, Señor Alcala Zamora, Dr. Constantine Demerjis, Señor Martinez Barrio, and the king inspecting the Grenadier guards; Photo illustrated article on Galapagos wildlife; One-page photo illustrated Harrods ad presents pocket watches; One-page Johnnie Walker ad shows him inspecting barrels by flashlight; Interesting photo shows crowd gathered around an Imperial Airways airmail service plane at Kai Tak aerodrome, Hong Kong, after it arrived from Penang for the first time; Photos of Lt. Col. F. J. Popham, and Mr. Francis A. L. Would; Nice one-page illustrated ad for the Humber Twelve car; Back cover two-colour ad promotes The Sphere, The Tatler, The Sketch, Sporting and Dramatic News, and the Illustrated London News. Please note: pages 685-686 missing. Several interior pages loose but present. Faint store ink stamp to front cover, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. A worthy vintage issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 January 1952 - Movie Censorship, Clare, John; Robertson, George Hillyard; Katz, Sidney; Moon, Barbara; Allen, Robert Thomas; Frayne, Trent; Bieler, Zoe; Mather, Barry; Braithwaite, Max; MacLeish, Roderick and Diana; and More
15 Clare, John; Robertson, George Hillyard; Katz, Sidney; Moon, Barbara; Allen, Robert Thomas; Frayne, Trent; Bieler, Zoe; Mather, Barry; Braithwaite, Max; MacLeish, Roderick and Diana; and More Maclean's - Canada's National Magazine, 15 January 1952 - Movie Censorship
Toronto Maclean-Hunter 1952 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Cahen, Oscar (Cover Art); Blyth, Alfred (photography); Mitchell, Michael 
48 pages. Features: Nice full-page two-colour ad for the Allis-Chalmers AD-40 heavy-duty grader; How Doctor Robert (Bob) Greig's family put him through college to become a dentist; Movie Censorship - The Scandal You Take For Granted - Canada's eight censorship boards sometimes ban a film without ever seeing it, and their red tape adds half a million dollars to your theatre tickets annually; Why Jews Don't Get Drunk - scientists are attempting to discover why alcoholism among Jews is twenty times more rare than among some gentile groups; Dinosaur Valley, Alberta - article with colour photos; How to Start Worrying and Stop Living; Conn Smythe, That Man in the Greens (Part 2) - article plus several photos of Mr. Smythe with celebrities; Trouble Shooters Shouldn't Fall in Love; The Cops Who Change Diapers - Policewomen in Montreal; Workers earn money by putting ideas in the suggestion box; Len Norris cartoon at a small-town rink; Great colour Coke ad on back cover shows smiling delivery man. Average wear. Address label with name stroked out atop front cover. Middle page holding by one staple, otherwise a sound vintage copy. 
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Collier's Magazine, April 12, 1947 - General Eisenhower in United Jewish Appeal Ad, Cloete, Stuart; Stewart, Ramona; Milhon, William; Wilson, Jay; Taylor, Samuel W.; Ruesch, Hans; Scheuer, Philip K.; Asbury, Herbert; Matthews, Herbert L.; Groth, John; Hersey, John; Hartwell, Dickson
16 Cloete, Stuart; Stewart, Ramona; Milhon, William; Wilson, Jay; Taylor, Samuel W.; Ruesch, Hans; Scheuer, Philip K.; Asbury, Herbert; Matthews, Herbert L.; Groth, John; Hersey, John; Hartwell, Dickson Collier's Magazine, April 12, 1947 - General Eisenhower in United Jewish Appeal Ad
USA The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Chase, Francis (cover); Mink, Dave; Rose, William; Groth, John; Giesen, Herman; Hawes, Charles; Thompson, Kenneth; Eng, Fred 
90 pages. Articles: From Rags to Riches - Chaplin in a Bluebeard role; America's Number One Mystery Man (part 1 of 2) - the career of Frank Costello and his strange empire - great photos; John Bull Sees Red, White and Blue - Britain's privations give rise to bitter criticism of America; Dem Bums Abroad - Brooklyn Dodgers did their spring training in Havana, Cuba; Mr. Secretary Marshall (conclusiont) - his military background can help him achieve diplomatic victories; The Happy Gentleman - Frank Crowninshield - article with photo. Fiction: The Blast (part 1 of 2); The Blond Hairpin; Promise in the earth; The Flexible Mind; The Curse of the Krebils; White Man in the White Land. Includes these ads: "The Man Out" - great full-page movie ad - starring James Mason; Canadian Pacific Vacations; Santa Fe Railroad; The National Guard (two pages); Dubonnet; Oldsmobile cars (nice); Great full-page color-photo ad for Fortune shoes for men; Schick Electric Shaver "Fits Your Face" - full-page color-photo; Packard cars (classy); Washington State Tourism (color-photos); Chevrolet; Life Savers; Timely Clothes; Red Cap Ale; Hickok Belts; Canadian National Railways - travel; Red Top Ale; Queen Anne Pecan Roll; Puritan Sportswear; United Jewish Appeal full-page ad features photo of General Eisenhower and lengthy excerpt of his speech to the U.J.A. in Washington, D.C.; Eversharp pens; Coke ad on back over features three young office ladies. Average wear. Center page loose but present. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, and State Progress, May 1879, Vol. II, No. 8 - Hon. Levi W. Barton, Cooper, John; Woolson, Abba Goold; Jenness, George H.; Russell, Helen M.; Weeks, John W.; Lord, C.C.
17 Cooper, John; Woolson, Abba Goold; Jenness, George H.; Russell, Helen M.; Weeks, John W.; Lord, C.C. The Granite Monthly, A New Hampshire Magazine, Devoted to Literature, History, and State Progress, May 1879, Vol. II, No. 8 - Hon. Levi W. Barton
Dover, New Hampshire H.H. Metcalf 1879 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Brown, H.J.; J.C 
Pages 225-256. Features: Article on Hon. Levi W. Barton with handsome one-page engraving of him; Congressional Papers, No. 5 - Forty-Fifth Congress; A Bit of Newspaper History - Henry G. Carleton and Matthew Harvey; An Old Sketch of Lancaster; Manners and Customs in Hopkinton - No. 3 - Funereal, Matromonial, Benevolent, Financial, Inter-Communicative, Mutual and Protective; One page ad for The Manchester Weekly Times inside back cover; Back cover ads for Evans, Sleeper & Evans Book and Job Printers of Concord, N.H., and Fred'k S. Crawford, Bookbinder and Blank Book Manufacturer of Concord, N.H. Average wear. Prior owner's name atop front cover, otherwise unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
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The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, June, 1916, No. 218, Vol. 37 - A Holiday in Mongolia, Corson, A.; Treacher, M.; Fletcher, A.; Askew, A.; Czaplicka, M.; Lees, G.; Shepstone, H.; Rigg, W.; Bredon, J.; Lincoln, R.;
18 Corson, A.; Treacher, M.; Fletcher, A.; Askew, A.; Czaplicka, M.; Lees, G.; Shepstone, H.; Rigg, W.; Bredon, J.; Lincoln, R.; The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, June, 1916, No. 218, Vol. 37 - A Holiday in Mongolia
New York The International News Company 1916 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Austin, Winifred; Somerfield, Thomas; Evison, G.H.; Leist, Fred; Wood, Stanley L.; Smythe, E. 
Pages 97-192 plus 32 pages of vintage ads. Features: A Battle With a Bear - a young sportsman drops into a lively rough-and-tumble fight with a big black bear; Real-Life Romances of the War (part I) - Malcolm Savage Treacher, a sergeant in a famous regiment who has been invalided to England after an exciting time in the Near East sets down stories - cameos of the Great War - told to him by soldiers during his seven months' sojourn in various hospitals (part I); From Job To Job Around the World (part IV) - the continuing remarkable adventures of two young Americans who set out from San Francisco with ten dollars between them to work their way around the world - this instalment featuring their adventures in the Philippines, with photos; The Darkest Hour (part I) - Our experiences in the Great Serbian Retreat; A Year in Arctic Siberia (part II) - a well-known Polish lady describes her experiences in the little-known regions of far-northern Siberia; The Strategy of Sister Madeleine - the story of a French Captain's Escape from the Germans; The River That Won't Behave - the mighty Mississippi regularly floods enormous areas - article with many dramatic photos; Fallen Among Thieves - the author finds himself in a very nasty hole after taking a job offered him by strangers; A Holiday in Mongolia - Juliet Bredon offers a chatty description, illustrated with photos - of a trip into Mongolia on donkey-back; A Prisoner of the Rocks - F. Hopkins Graves was caught in a British Columbia avalanche and only escaped death by a miracle, only to find himself caught in a veritable rat trap among the rocks which he only escaped after two days; Photo of terrible street-car accident in Spokane, Washington; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Down Beat - The Bi-Weekly Music Magazine, November (Nov.) 22, 1962, Vol. 29, No. 29 - The New Bill Evans Trio / Bud Powell / Jimmy Witherspoon, Crawford, Marc; Welding, Pete; Berendt, Joachim, Ernst; Hodes, Art; Lateef, Yusef
19 Crawford, Marc; Welding, Pete; Berendt, Joachim, Ernst; Hodes, Art; Lateef, Yusef Down Beat - The Bi-Weekly Music Magazine, November (Nov.) 22, 1962, Vol. 29, No. 29 - The New Bill Evans Trio / Bud Powell / Jimmy Witherspoon
USA Maher Publications 1962 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Shustak, Lawrence; Asplund, Jan; et al 
54 pages. Features: Nice one-page Gretsch drums ad features Jimmie Cobb; Olds trombone ad features George Roberts; H.N. White Company trombone ad features Kai Winding; One-page ad for the Fender Jaguar guitar; Singer Gene McDaniels claims his record company, Liberty, cheated him; Blues singer, Scrapper Blackwell, slain at 65; False alarm about Ella Fitzgerald concert at Lincoln Centre; Chet Baker making movie in Britain; Sinatra pictures and records banned in Lebanon and Iraq after his visit to Israel; Rough year for James C. Petrillo, president of Chicago's AFM Local 10; Jazz in Southeast Asia; Bud Powell, Paris and a night to remember; Spoon (Jimmy Witherspoon) - an informal portrait; Inside the new Bill Evans Trio; record reviews; Ad for Bud Shank and his new album 'Bossa Nova Jazz Samba'; Small photo ad for Richards Music Corp. features Dizzy Gillespie; Don Ellis - part 2; Dixieland at Disneyland; Slingerland drums ad features photo of Walt Thomas of the Si Zentner Orchestra; Small photo add for Richards Music Corp. features Miles Davis; Score for Iqbal by Yusef Lateef; Jazz on Campus; Photo ad for Ludwig drums features Jo Jones; Zildjian cymbal ad on back cover. Unmarked with above average wear. Binding intact. Bottom corner of front cover clipped. A worthy vintage copy. 
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True West Magazine, April 1978 - The Kiowa Raiders of Rainy Mountain, Echols, Lee E.; Pryse, D.; Briggs, Don; Stevens, L.P.; Cold, T.and J.; Wood, David Jr.; Green, R.; Ball, E.; Browning, C.; White, Victor H.; Shafer, G.; Page, C.
20 Echols, Lee E.; Pryse, D.; Briggs, Don; Stevens, L.P.; Cold, T.and J.; Wood, David Jr.; Green, R.; Ball, E.; Browning, C.; White, Victor H.; Shafer, G.; Page, C. True West Magazine, April 1978 - The Kiowa Raiders of Rainy Mountain
USA Western Publications 1978 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Grandee, Joe 
Features: A Man Called Shep; The Kiowa Raiders of Rainy Mountain - great photos; Bill Hickok's Friends; There's still Gold in Oregon; The Mystery of Pranty Wash - Gila County, Arizona; Charley Smith (1856-1882) Still Wears his Six-Gun - a ranger and the outlaw who killed him; Bloodshed in Kansas - Hugoton and Woodsdale were at war ninety years ago; Amanda Alberta, aka 'Cowboy Joe'; A Matter of Survival - 150 feet and four days of hell; The Wild West that Flickered - not all the action in a movie house was on the silver screen!; Trail Tragedy - and to Caleb Magill it was a private affair; 95-year-old fishin' hole - the Gunnison River and the Hillside Resort. Average wear. Unmarked. Address label on front cover. Binding intact. Pages yellowed with age. A sound copy. 
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