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Films and Filming Magazine, April 1977 - Cover Photo of Michael Berger and Laura Betti in 'Allonsanfan', Morris, Oswald; Day, Barry; Warner, Alan
161 Morris, Oswald; Day, Barry; Warner, Alan Films and Filming Magazine, April 1977 - Cover Photo of Michael Berger and Laura Betti in 'Allonsanfan'
UK Hansom 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
50 pages. Features: ads for 'Cross of Iron' and 'The Last Tycoon'; The Right Look - interview with Oswald Morris on the changing role of the cinematographer as truth competes with illusion; 'In Nome del padre' (In the Name of the Father) - photos; article entitled 'Italnoleggio'; Photo-illustrated article on the cult movie 'Singin' in the Rain'; 'Jabberwocky' - photos; Reviews - 'Joseph Andrews', 'The Story of Adele H', 'The Sentinel', 'Shadowman', 'A Star is Born', 'The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane', 'The Fate of Lee Khan', 'Charlotte', 'When the North Wind Blows', 'The Pink Telephone', 'Le Puritan', 'Exhibition', 'Le Baron Fantome', 'Sweeney', 'Les Violons Du Bal', 'Blue Belle', 'Black Moon'; 'East of Elephant Rock' - photos; 'The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane' - photos; 'The Brute' - photos; 'The Devil's Playground' - photos; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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Rod & Gun in Canada Magazine, June 1959, Morrison, J. Warcup; Dawson, Alan; McGillen, Pete; Gillese, John Patrick; Frost, Rex; Nicholson, H.P.; Landis, C.S.; Morrow, Les
162 Morrison, J. Warcup; Dawson, Alan; McGillen, Pete; Gillese, John Patrick; Frost, Rex; Nicholson, H.P.; Landis, C.S.; Morrow, Les Rod & Gun in Canada Magazine, June 1959
Montreal National Business Publications Limited 1959 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Recollet Falls Cover Photo; Ol' Three-Point; The Canadian Knife; Which Boat Will It Be?; Last of the Old Brigade; Summertime Photography Problems; The Plott Hound; The Most Popular Calibers of High Power Rifle Cartridges in Western Canada; Quebec Skeet Championships; and more. Bit of writing on front cover. Average wear and soiling. A worthy copy. 
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Frontier Times Magazine: December-January, 1970, Mulltiple Contributors
163 Mulltiple Contributors Frontier Times Magazine: December-January, 1970
USA Western Publications Inc. 1970 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: The last Christmas - Inscription House, Navajo country; A Treasure that Tried to stay hidden; William Duncan wintered in heaven; Ramona's real family - 85th anniversary of Helen Hunt Jackson's epic of the American Indian, 'Ramona'; Talking mirror's versus the Indians - the heliograph gave Nelson Miles the edge over Geronimo's Apaches; "Lord, it's me again..." - Lige Redstone took his family through a cordon of Indians; Old Spook - an unpredictable horse; Gold - Oil - Rumrunners - Murder - the U.S.- Canada border between Montana and Alberta; Death stopped off at Estancia Springs; Reign of the Vigilantes - tree-limb courtrooms and hooded juries; Breaking Trail in an Overland - early 'vacations'; and more. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Nice copy. 
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Frontier Times Magazine: July 1975, Mulltiple Contributors
164 Mulltiple Contributors Frontier Times Magazine: July 1975
USA Western Publications Inc. 1975 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Wild Old Cherokee Nation - the Saline District before 1907; Gold! Gold! Gold! - Dr. Cornu of Ellensburg, Washington; Last Wilson Creek Roundup - Fremont County, Colorado; She saw Jed Smith die; Three Legged Willie - Robert McAlpin Williamson; Night Journey in the land of the wolves - a surveyor's adventure in northern Canada; Borax King - John W. Searles; I rode shotgun - a renegade Indian makes himself at home in the cabin of a Washington family while the man is away; Dead or Alive - Adolph 'Dolph' Shenk; Raised in a barn - Winkley's Livery, Faribault, Minnesota; and more. Clean and unmarked with very light wear. Nice copy. 
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Frontier Times Magazine: July, 1971, Mulltiple Contributors
165 Mulltiple Contributors Frontier Times Magazine: July, 1971
USA Western Publications Inc. 1971 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Last rig to Battle Mountain - the last family to take the Humboldt Trail by covered wagon, led by Sherman Wilhelm, makes one of Nevada's richest gold strikes; Motion Picture Vignettes - Neal Hart; Clues to Frontier Treasure; Over-kill in Apache land - Camp Grant Massacre; Last rails across North America - Building the Grand Trunk; A hundred miles of lonely river - the Missouri River; Toughest school in the county - Oklahoma; Stars over Chloride, New Mexico; "My God, My Hero, My Ideal" - Joaquin Miller; and more. Clean and unmarked with very light wear. Excellent copy. 
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Frontier Times Magazine: May, 1971, Mulltiple Contributors
166 Mulltiple Contributors Frontier Times Magazine: May, 1971
USA Western Publications Inc. 1971 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: A test of courage - Sitting Bull, last Sioux to lay down his gun; Last of the horseback outlaws - 'Arkansas Tom' Daugherty; Old Pete's (Pete Peterson's) Lost gold mine; Horse king of the northwest - Charlie Newell - Goldendale, Washington; Ghosts of the Rio Puerco; Motion Picture Vignettes; Murder at Rincon - Amasa Barton killed by the Navajos; High-Wheeling to Denver - bicycles were a status symbol in 1889; A Search for Home; Wes Cates - A Lawman's life in pictures; Clean and unmarked with light wear. Very nice copy. 
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Frontier Times Magazine: November 1973 *BADMAN-LAWMAN SPECIAL*, Mulltiple Contributors
167 Mulltiple Contributors Frontier Times Magazine: November 1973 *BADMAN-LAWMAN SPECIAL*
USA Western Publications Inc. 1973 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Oregon's Legendary Sheriff - Jim Blakely; Saddle Mountain's Lost Mine; That joint down by the river; The Moline Dreadnaught - an early auto adventure over 5 states; Samuel MacDougall's Great Gold Hoax; The James Connell Murder Case - a beef contract turned out to be a death warrant; Horse Traders and Gypsies; Bloodshed on Lightning Creek, Wyoming - a border dispute; Deputized Sawmill Man - James William Anderson; Newt Israel's last trip to Tucson; A close call at Red Fork; Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. Excellent copy. 
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168 Multiple Contributions Airpower Magazine July, 1975 Volume 5 No. 4
Granada Hills, CA, USA Sentry Books Inc. 1975 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Boeing's last fighter - the XF8B-1 - Exclusive plans and photos; Special - McCook Field; A Galaxy of One-of-a-kind Experimentals. Art: Boeing XF8B-1; Spitfire Mk IXB; Spitfire Mk VB 
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(Canadian Forces) Sentinel 1973/8, Volume 9, Number 8, Multiple Contributors
169 Multiple Contributors (Canadian Forces) Sentinel 1973/8, Volume 9, Number 8
Ottawa Government of Canada 1973 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Adventure Training for Army Cadets - Summer Challenge; Drop-out Kings - over 35,000 pounds of JP-1 aviation fuel delivered to the North Magnetic Pole; My First Jump - photographer becomes paratrooper; Fencing; La Citadelle - changing the guard in Quebec City; Last of the Few - Battle of Britain Pilot, Col. B.E. 'Bev' Christmas retures; Rockliffe Roll-out - the national aeronautical collection; CMR at Saint-Cyr - officer cadets visit France. Quality copy. 
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Air Classic Quarterly Review Magazine 1974, Volume 1 - Bound in One Volume, Multiple Contributors
170 Multiple Contributors Air Classic Quarterly Review Magazine 1974, Volume 1 - Bound in One Volume
USA Challenge 1974 First Edition Hardcover Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: We shall never surrender - a look at the vintage planes flown by the RAF and FAA; The RAF's first jet fighter - a close look at the Gloster Meteor - in service for nearly thirty years!; De Havilland's Vampire - was England's first single engine jet fighter; Sea Hawk - the FAA's first modern jet fighter; The Hunter - Hawker's Classic Jet Fighter; The Delta Javelin; Blackburn's Battling Buccaneer; Two for the Sea - the venom and the vixen, protectors of the fleet; Twin-Engine Lightning - one of the first interceptors ever built; Phantom - the F-4K and F-4M help modernize the FAA and RAF; Harrier - the world's only operational VTOL aircraft; the early machines flown by the American military; the idea of a small easily stored fighter fascinated early designers; the Fledglings - the early Boeing fighters led the way to more modern warplanes; The elegant Curtiss Hawks - Curtiss kept its Hawk series of fighters in action for 20 years; Boeing's Battling Biplanes - a close look at the famous F4B/P-12 series of bi-winged fighters; XF7B-1 - Boeing's Model 273 boasted many new features; The fighters of Berliner Joyce - a company that is now almost unknown produced a number of reliable fighters; Grumman's Flying Barrels - Grumman's early biplanes firmly established their lead with naval fighters; P-26 Peashooter, first of the modern fighters; Some little-known fighters; Rumblings of Mars - surviving examples of the P-35, P-36, and P-64 are rare; P-38 Lightning; The Cobras - the unusual Bell P-39 and P-63 are virtually extinct types; Warbird Color Portfolio, Part One; P-40 Hawks; P-47 Thunderbolt; P-51 Mustang; Wildcat; Corsair; Warbird Color Portfolio, Part Two; Hellcat; Tigercat; Bearcat; Joe McConnell - Top Korea Ace; Thunderjet over Korea; The Last Thunderstreak; Lost at Sea - dramatic naval aircraft accident photos on the high seas; Skyraider - the best all-around airplane of the bloody Korean War; Korean Invaders; Leatherneck Corsairs over Korea - a pictorial essay; 'Mayday, I've been hit!" - a young naval pilot's experiences during the Korean War; Sea Fury MiG Tangler - the Hawker Sea Fury distinguished itself vs. the MiG; Flying the F-82 in Combat; Project Firefly - the Gooney Bird; The Mustang's Last Stand - the (P)F-51 Mustang reached the twilight of its combat career above Korea; The Sabre Saga; The Lockheed F-80 Shooting Star's Short-Lived Glory - it was no match for the MiG-15 over Korea; Flying the F-82 in Combat; and more. Moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality copy. 
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Air Classic Quarterly Review Magazine 1975, Volume 2 - Bound in One Volume, Multiple Contributors
171 Multiple Contributors Air Classic Quarterly Review Magazine 1975, Volume 2 - Bound in One Volume
USA Challenge 1975 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: NA-73X - first of a famous breed; RAF's Mustang 1; A-36 - Dive-Bombing Mustang; P-51 & P-51A - Early Development; P-51B & P-51C - The Razorbacks; ACQR Mustang Color Portfolio; P-51D - a sword in the heart of Germany; TP-51D - Mustang built for two; P-51H - last of the Mustangs; XP-51F/G/J - the Lightweights; Mustangs for the Air National Guard; Mustang People; The Early Days - developments that led to the birth of the mightiest sea-going weapon; The first carrier - the USS Langley; The New Breed - the Lexington and Saratoga and aircraft like the F4B and Helldiver controlled the seas in the 1930s; Carriers in Combat; The Post-War Carriers - they were kept busy with Korea, Vietnam and more; New Wings for the Fleet - upgrading carriers and their planes toward the year 2000; Listing of USN Carriers - a complete list of all USN carriers; The Stirrings of War; WWII - the Island War against the Japanese; ACQR Color Portfolio - 16 color pages; Leathernecks over Korea - MSMC vets meet again over Korea; Into the Jet Age - the Marines equip with jet aircraft; Master of Vertical Envelopment - USMC refines the methods of helicopter warfare; USMC in the 1970s - new aircraft boost its strength. Special issue devoted to the US Air Force Museum features articles on: how it was moved from Patterson Field to Wright Field; Color Portfolios; How the USAF made a Sopwith Camel; Saga of 33-324, a rare Douglas biplane; Restoring the last B-10; The last P-35; WWII; Royal Frey remembers; Shoo-Shoo Baby - the history of a B-17; Aircraft of the jet age; inventory listing; and more. Moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality copy. 
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Air Classics Quarterly Review, Vol. 5: Spring 1976 Through Winter 1976, Including 1976 Yearbook, Multiple Contributors
172 Multiple Contributors Air Classics Quarterly Review, Vol. 5: Spring 1976 Through Winter 1976, Including 1976 Yearbook
USA Challenge 1978 First Edition Hardcover Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: ACQR Scale Drawing Portfolio - Martin Seamaster, Cessna OE-2 Birddog, Northrop Snark, Cessna L-27A, Republic F-105 Thunderchief, Sikorsky Ilia Mouremetz D; Albatross B.I Series 23, Albatross B.I Series 22 (Knoller Wing); The Hawker Sea Fury; Greenham Common Air Tattoo; Strange WWII aircraft; USAF in Europe - today and tomorrow; RAF Mildenhall Open House; Diamond Jubilee Airfield; Tracking hurricanes in C-130 Hercules; Sopwith Z00 - a collection of scale drawings; Southend Air Museum; The Birth of Naval Aviation - the story of the first shipboard landing; RNAS Lee-on-Solent - visiting one of the last Royal Navy air bases; RNAS Yeovilton - an interesting display; Rolls-Royce Spitfire; Super Spad - little known attack aircraft from Douglas; Sweden's new Air Museum; Liberator Nose Art - pin ups from WWII; China's Warbirds - rare look into aviation in China after WWII; Blackbushe Air Festival - we visit an English Warbird mecca; Enter the Lynx - a new helicopter becomes operational; ACQR Scale Profiles - a selction of classic aircraft drawings; Genie named John - first operational use of the Genie atomic missile; Aircraft cutups - can you guess these mismatched airframes; Combat aircraft of the USN - special pictorial report; Maple Leaf Seafires - Canadian Navy Supermarine Spitfires; Forgotten Swingwing - does anyone remember the USN's F-111B?; America's Early Wings - photos from an early flier's album; Fleet Air ARM Museum Update - new exhibits at the FAA Museum in England; Harvard's 40th Anniversary!; How the USAF established an air safety program; Those weird and wild triplanes; The last Falcon - the last Falcon from the Curtiss stable; Bassingbourn Anglo-American Air Festival - a tribute to the 91st Bomb Group; Red Star over California - a Russian record flight of the 1930s; Forgotten Warbird Graveyard; Helicopter Rescue; Strangers in 'Port - unusual aircraft that visit an airfield; Biggen Hill Air Fair; Mustang Guardsmen - the P-51 Mustang helped form the modern Air National Guard; Boeing's Grasshopper - Nifty little observation type lost out to the L-19; Kingfisher Wreckovery; Lady Peace - the Ping Pong Special - V-1; Twilight for the Sikorsky Giants; 18 days of Hell - the brief combat history of the Belgian Air Force in WWII; Mission U-5 - Abort! - the discovery of a rare P-39 combat veteran in Australia; Typhoon! - deadly fighter-bomber of WWII from Hawker Aircraft Co.; Famous Alaskan Bush Pilots - these pioneers helped develop flying in the north; Mountain Air Force - Switzerland maintains a strong and interesting air force; Zerbe's Air Sedan - a flying oddity; Flying the F-82 in combat - the Twin Mustang is pitted against MiGs; Deuces Wild - swan song of the Convair F-102 Interceptor; Service on Sunday - flying a preacher in an SBD and almost meeting the Maker; Sea-going Gliders - USN experiments in amphibious gliders during WWII; Magnificent Men in their Flying Boats - early aerial developments with flying boats; Messerschmitt's Super-Secret P.1101 - this German aircraft helped USAF researchers in the 1950s; Roscoe Turner Special - the famed unlimited racer he flew; Hot Deck! - landing combat aircraft on aircraft carriers is a dangerous business as these photos prove; Japan's newsboy warrior - little-known Japanese biplane. Average wear. Minor lean to spine. Privately bound in blue buckram-covered boards with gilt lettering to backstrip and front board. A sound copy. 
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Air Combat Magazine - Great Combat Aircraft Special Issue - Fall 1979, Multiple Contributors
173 Multiple Contributors Air Combat Magazine - Great Combat Aircraft Special Issue - Fall 1979
USA Challenge 1979 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
98 pages. Curtiss P-6 in the Netherlands East Indies; Night Fighter from Junkers - story of the deadly Ju 88 night fighters; Fighter Formations - history of fighter tactics; Not So Black Widow - P-61s in the Pacific; Messerschmitt Me 410A/Cross - beautifully restored German fighter in the RAF Museum; Fighter Night - Dangerous WWII mission in a Hurricane; Bristol Beaufighter - rare examples of a famous fighter; Bat Out'a Hell - history of the Douglas Skyray and Skynight; Deadly Long Nose - Famous Focke Wulf FW 190D and Ta 152 fighters; Farewell to the Ugly Duckling - the Fairey Gannet has made its last flight; Most-war Military Mitchells - Mitchells served in the USAF until the early 1960s; Norwegian Warriors - Norwegian pilots during WWII. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Air Combat Magazine, August 1989 *Northrop B-2 Stealth Bomber Centerspread*, Multiple Contributors
174 Multiple Contributors Air Combat Magazine, August 1989 *Northrop B-2 Stealth Bomber Centerspread*
USA Challenge 1989 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
74 pages. Features: BAe 125-800 for the USAF - the USAF gets a new transport; Delivering the last Tiger - Northrop closes an important chapter in its production history; Yugoslav G-4 - interesting trainer/attack aircraft from this country's small aerospace industry; Chilean Knife Fight - Airborne with the beautiful Mirage 50s operated by Chile; Combat Edge - This Boeing system will help reduce the dangers of G-LOC; Tactical Support for the Tank-Busters - Grumman takes over the 'care and feeding' of the USAF's A-10A fleet; Guardians of the Sky - we fly a mission with the F-16s of the Florida ANG; Philippine Air Force - the downfall of a once-proud air arm; FB-111A upgrade - keeping the SAC FB-111A fleet in top form. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Air Combat Magazine, Volume 9, 1981, All Issues Bound in One Volume, Multiple Contributors
175 Multiple Contributors Air Combat Magazine, Volume 9, 1981, All Issues Bound in One Volume
USA Challenge 1981 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Contemporary happenings in the military aerospace world; HMS Invincible; Re-Engined 135 - Re-engining of the existing KC-135 tanker fleet may mean operation into the next century; HiMAT - this flying test bed is used to develop combat aircraft of the future; New York's Finest - visiting with the Voodoos of the 107th Fighter Interceptor Group; MiG Killer - an interview with a Marine fighter pilot; Greeks over Britain - the first ever visit by Royal Hellenic A-7s to Britain; Corsair II Markings; Lone Eagles - Hungarian Ju 88s battle the Russians during WWII; Turbo Trojan - flying the North American YAT-28E Turbo Trojan; Lightning Deployment - Royal Air Force Lightnings deploy for combat practice; Farnborough military report; Flugtag at Ramstein; Vought's Rugged Corsair II - part II of a markings feature on the Corsair II; "The Face of God" - the life and times of North Vietnam's leading ace; School for Aces - leadership program for NATO pilots; Sea Harrier goes operational; New tanker for the Navy - Modified Convair 8E80; Jaguars meet the Eagles - how California's 144th Fighter Interceptor Wing won top honours at the 1980 William Tell meet; RAF's new helicopter - the Chinook; Lizard fighting Falcon - experimental paint scheme for the F-16; Bear Intercept! - how the USAF Phantoms intercept and track Soviet Bears that prowl the North Atlantic shipping lanes; Canadair's Tutor - the rugged Canadian training aircraft shows no signs of slowing down; Salute to the Skyraider; Navy accepts first operational Hornet; These two pilots have recorded over 1,000 flying hours each in the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird; Falcons of Georgia - History of Reserve Squadron VA-205; Igloo White - how we listened to the Ho Chi Minh Trail in stereo; Angel of another color - a new paint scheme for the Blue Angels aircraft; Fighting Falcon for Export - re-engined F-16 planned for sale to smaller countries; Marines fighting helicopters - how the USMC developed the helicopter into a fighting machine for aerial envelopment; Stratojet - looking back at the USAF's Boeing B-47 bomber; Scratch five MiGs - the story behind the only enemy aircraft ever destroyed by the Boeing B-52; Mirages over Spain - an exclusive look at a rarely illustrated fighter operated by the Spanish Air Force; Down by not out - last flight or new future for the B-1?; An old-fashioned dogfight - aerial combat during the early days of the Vietnam war were not unlike some of the free-wheeling fights of WWII; A time for change - the changing look in USN aircraft camouflage; New Sea Harrier Squadron - Fleet Arm Air takes on another Sea Harrier unit; The Aggressors - these specially tasked units are some of the most unique in the USAF; Tigershark - Detailed portrait of Northrop's new fighter; Mirage IIIE in Spanish Service; Strike Command - can the RAF's Strike Command stop Soviet air strikes in Britain and Europe?; Fists of the Fleet - a close look at the markings of USN Phantoms and Tomcats; Blowtorch built for two - the life and times of the two TF-86 training Sabres. Privately bound in blue hard cover. 
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Air Combat Magazine, Volumes 1 and 2, Plus 3 Special Editions from 1979, 1981 and 1982 - Privately Hardbound in One Book, Multiple Contributors
176 Multiple Contributors Air Combat Magazine, Volumes 1 and 2, Plus 3 Special Editions from 1979, 1981 and 1982 - Privately Hardbound in One Book
USA Challenge 1979 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Eddie Rickenbacker; The Square J; From Africa to China - Via P-40; Warplanes in Detail; F-15 Eagle; Tinian's B-29s; Spitfire Pilot; Navy's Colorful Jets; Modeling Military Aircraft; Biplanes against the red bear; The deadly D VII; Terro in the Yellow Peril; Ground Attack; Flying the CF-104 Starfighter; The Last Mustangs; An RCAF Crewman Looks back - H.D. (Cherry) Cherrington; Col. Tinker and the Bird-o-prey XIII; Warplanes in detail - the Bf 109G; Flying the Vampire; P-5... Last of the Big Boats; McDonnell's Parasite; Military markings of the world; Counter Invader; Return to Cornino; B-17G Production Line; Czechoslovakian Mule; Warplanes in detail - Me 262; Military Markings, Part II; Black Lady of Espionage; Mosquito Pilot's Escape; YF-17 Rollout; Evolution of the Mitsubishi Zero - part I; The Noblest Knight of Acedom; Curtiss P-6 in the Netherlands and East Indies; Night Fighter from Junkers; Fighter Formations - history of fighter tactics; Not so black widow - P-61s in the Pacific; Messerschmitt Me 410 A/Cross; Fighter Night - dangerous WWII mission in a Hurricane; Bristol Beaufighter - rare example; Bat out'a Hell - history of the Douglas Skyray and Skynight; Deadly Long Nose - Famous Focke Wulf FW 190D and Ta 152 fighters; Farewell to the Ugly Duckling - the Fairyey Gannet has made its last flight; Post-war military Mitchells - they served in the USAF until the early 1960s; Norwegian Warriors - Norwegian Pilots during WWII; Curse of the Lady Be Good; The Return of Halifax W1048; Mission U5 - Abort!; Shoo-Shoo Baby; Holscher's Heinkel; Forgotten Warriors; Death over Flak City; Ghosts of '44; The Deadly Storm; Forgotten Warbird Graveyard; The Deadly Storm; The Atlantic Ferry; Harvesting the Zuyder Zee; The Souvenir; They Returned; The day it rained P-40s; Fortress Ferry - flying one of the last examples of aviation's most famous bomber; Lightning Strikes - we fly a rare P-38 Lightning; A lady named Jenny - America's famous WWI trainer; Missions in the Marauder - a navigator's diary of aerial combat over Europe; Flying the U-2 - a 9th strategic Reconnaissance Wing pilot describes a U-2 mission, from suiting up to shutdown; Attack! - we fly in the LTV A-7; Cat Shooting with the Phantom - a USAF pilot flies with the Phantoms of a Marine fighter squadron; The Beauty of the Beast - adventures with the Curtiss SB2C Helldiver; The forgotten promise - the first carrier landing is an unforgettable experience; Flying the White Rocket - this USAF trainer is one hot aircraft. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Binding sound. 
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Air Pictorial Magazine, 1965 (Volume 27): All 12 Issues Bound in One Volume, Multiple Contributors
177 Multiple Contributors Air Pictorial Magazine, 1965 (Volume 27): All 12 Issues Bound in One Volume
UK Rolls House 1965 First Edition Hardcover Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Window on South America; TSR-2 and Concord; Russian Trapeze Artists; W.W.I German Aircraft; Midget Racer Designs; Fortress is in R.A.F.; Sopwith 'Atlantic'; No. 20 Squadron History; Future of the H.S. 681; Mexican Air Force; Avro Arrow (4 pages with many black and white photos, structural cutaway, specs, expoded view and diagrams; No. 1 Air Navigation School; Finnish War Relics; Economical Motorspatz; Veteran Stratoliners; The Two Enemies; R.A.F. will be the loser - re-equipment plans discussed; Valiant to the last - the scrapping of the Vickers Valiant; Sir Winston Churchill; Hawker Nimrod; W.W. I. Miscellany; Light Autogyros in U.K.; Campbell-Benson B-11-2; British Airlines; TSR-2 - cardinal points; No. 18 (N.E.I.) Squadron; 'Zero' returns home; Defence White Paper; Between the Wars; Air Forces Middle East; Fleet Air Arm on Tour; Skyframe Museum; Fairey G.4/31; Revolt in Congo; Meteors over Korea; Piaggio P 166C; U.S.A.F. postscript; On Being Shot Down; France's Aero Exports; British Airlines Postscript; Shuttleworth Collection; Polish Air Force, 1940-45; H.S. 125 and Dominie; No. 70 Squadron History; Scintex Super Emeraude; Sonic Bangs (booms); Sir Geoffrey de Havilland; Pilatus History; Japan Air Lines; Visit to H.M.S. Ark Royal; No. 1 Squadron, R.A.A.F.; Plane that bombed America - Yokosuka E14Y1; Navigation - Part I; Escort to Bomb Raid; Paris Report; Suez 1956; Ancestor Airlines; PZL-104 Wilga; Navigation - part 2; Gliding Championships; The Auster Line; Battle of Britain; Italian Raids on the U.K.; Chaumont Weapons Meet; Army Flying; Open Day at Middle Wallop; Gloster Grebe; Kosciuszko Squadron; Suez 1956 - a lesson in air power; Between the Wars; Navigation - 3; The Parnall Story; No. 43 Squadron, R.A.A.F.; Sopwith Grasshopper; The R.A.F. Today; Extending the Buccaneer; Two-Seater Fighting; Navigation - Part 4; Scheibe SF-26 Standard; Hermes aide-memoire; Kestrel Evaluation; "Karel Doorman"; Whitehead Aircraft; Navigation - part 5; Victa Airtourer 115; The Parnall Story; Rhodesia's Air Force; Naval Fighter School; Hughes OH-6A; Mini-COIN; No. 23 Squadron History; B.A.C. Drone; Loss of Flight 19; Training Engineers; and much more. Includes index . Gilt lettering to front board and backstrip. Moderate wear. Slight lean to spine. A quality copy. 
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Air Pictorial Magazine, Volume 37, 1975, All Issues Hardbound in One Volume, Multiple Contributors
178 Multiple Contributors Air Pictorial Magazine, Volume 37, 1975, All Issues Hardbound in One Volume
UK Profile Books 1975 First Edition Hardcover Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features. Handling a Harrier; Air Wisconsin; Aboard U.S.S. 'America'; D.H.88 Comet G-ADEF; Bellanca Aircraft - 1; Grumman AA-5 Traveler; Money-saving trainer; Markham - R.A.F. Tanker Base; De Havilland D.H.86; Lockheed S-3A Viking; Bellanca Aircraft - part 2; Shin Meiwa SS-2A; Nationalisation; McAlpine Aviation; Supermarine Walrus K8541; Saro Lerwick; No. 208 Squadron History; The Hadj - Saudi Arabia; Zlin 42; Sabena in the 1970s; Luxembourg Airlines; Farman Transports; R.A.F. Northolt; Fighters from Central Europe; Bristol Badminton; Britain's Defence Cuts; Defense Austerity; 'Flying Can-Openers'; France's Aircraft Industry; General Dynamics F-16; Air Anglia; U.S. Pusher Fighters of World War II; Operation 'Firedog' - part 1; Westland Wessex G-ABVB; D.H. Canada Dash 7; Herbert Smith; The Hiller Phoenix; Histoyr of the No. 111 Squadron; Catalina Recollections; Prospects for the F.A.A.; Crewman on a Puma; Operation 'Firedog' - part 2; Croydon Remembered; Restored V.L. Viima II; European NATO requirements for shipborne aircraft; Paris Pictures; Fairchild A-10; Martinair's Many Faces; Operation 'Firedog' - part 3; Handley Page Harrow K6940; Strike's Interceptor Phantoms; Seen at Sywell; Dambusting Navigator; British Airlines 1975; Aircraft Design Draughtsman; Battle of Britain Day; Cessna Model 172; Portuguese Army Aircraft; Last Meteor Exports; Colerne Collection; Liverpool Blitz -1; Braathens S.A.F.E.; Harrier Carrier; VFW - Fokker 614; Boeing - cautious optimism; U.S.S. 'Nimitz' visits the U.K.; R.A.F. Finningley; R.A.F. Training in France; Liverpool Blitz - 2; Sikorsky S-39A G-ABFN; South African Air Force; Handley Page Herald; Hatfield memories; Fokker Trimotor; Sounders ST-27 and ST-28; Maritime AEOp; Vickers Vildebeest K4175. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A nice copy. 
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Air Stories - Aerial Adventure in Fact and Fiction: April 1939, Vol. 8, No. 4, Multiple Contributors
179 Multiple Contributors Air Stories - Aerial Adventure in Fact and Fiction: April 1939, Vol. 8, No. 4
London George Newnes Limited 1939 First Edition Paperback Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
96 pages. Features: Palestine Party - The Air Fleet Arm is sent into action to meet the Greatest Menace of the Arab Rebellion; Masquerade Murder - the Squire's 'Ghost Plane'; Raiders Ride High - A Hybrid Monster bears a load of venomous purpose; True Narrative - The Conclusion of a British 'Ace' who served in the War in the Air from First to Last; The Bloke in the Bowler - When certain Brain Guys from the U.S.A decided to go into aviation, Flt.-Lt. Kinley of the Secret Service was bound for adventure; and more. Above-average wear. Binding intact. Unmarked. Upper right corner of front cover obscured. 
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Air Stories - Aerial Adventure in Fact and Fiction: February 1939, Vol. 8, No. 2, Multiple Contributors
180 Multiple Contributors Air Stories - Aerial Adventure in Fact and Fiction: February 1939, Vol. 8, No. 2
London George Newnes Limited 1939 First Edition Paperback Fair 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
96 pages. Features: Squadron of the High Born - Revenge on the Far-famed Squadron of the Highborn Horsemen; Phantom of the Parachute - a clue to the mysterious Banshee of Arbrithie; Half-Day Excursion - Alone in a Storm-filled World; True Story - Airmen at War - an enthralling personal narrative of the Great War in the Air from First to Last; Power Dive - a story from the South American Skies; The Come-Back Trail - A warbird rises again on new-won Wings as a Pilot of the Canadian North; and more. Above-average wear. Binding intact. Unmarked. 
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