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Asia Magazine, July 1926, Volume 26, Number 7, Multiple Contributors
201 Multiple Contributors Asia Magazine, July 1926, Volume 26, Number 7
Concord, NH Asia 1926 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Pages 577-660. Lovely color cover art by FM(?) Features: Nice color ad for Wills Sainte Claire, Inc auto inside front cover; Nice illustrated ad for the New Marmon Motor Car Company of Indianapolis - two images with text; full-page black and white Packard automobile ad; Turkey's Coming of Age - photo-illustrated article on how far the new republic is keeping its oath to be civilized and progressive; An Empire Builder of Old Japan - illustrations of Japanese Triptychs collected by Darrell O. Hibbard; Chang and Feng and Wu - photo-illustrated article of the Chinese Political Puzzle into its elementary terms; The Doom-Fraught Sahars - photo-illustrated article on this land where the incessant increase of sand augurs the dying out of plant and animal life; Little Femail "Nanook" - a broken-hearted polar bear tethered outside an Eskimo igloo near Barrow (includes photo of Detroit Arctic Expedition aircraft commanded by G.H. Wilkins - plane on ground with dog team and Eskimos in foreground); Marriage A La Mongole - a wedding where a plate for gifts is passed to guests plied with millet whiskey - photo-illustrated article; J.V. Stalin - Heir of Lenin - an Asiatic, whose iron control of Russia befits his name, which means 'Steel"; Lhasa at Last - a Revelation of Hidden Mysteries and Curious Customs at the Tibetan Capital - photo-illustrated article; "Madam President" in the Chair in India - Sarojini Naidu guides the Indian National Congress; Full page Cadillac ad; Full page illustrated ad for the Chrysler "70"; Lovely full-page color ad for the RCA Radiola; Nice colour ad for Camel cigarettes with July 4th theme; *Fantastic* black and white photo ad for American Leather Producers Inc, featuring interior and exterior photos of a leather upholstered luxury auto with body by Locke and chassis by Rolls-Royce; Nice ad for Canadian Pacific and its Empress of Scotland world cruise; Colour ad for Davey Tree Surgeons; Dollar Steamship Line ad; ad for Bankers Trust travelers checks; Red Star Line ad re: Belgenland world cruise; Very classy colour ad for Lincoln automobiles inside back cover. Color-photo ad for Listerine on back cover promotes its use in the treatment of dandruff. Somewhat above-average external wear and soiling. Partial opening of front cover along spine and chipping to backstrip. A worthy copy of this lovely vintage issue. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Aviator Magazine: November/December 2002 - Feature Article on the 441 Tactical Fighter Squadron, Multiple Contributors
202 Multiple Contributors Aviator Magazine: November/December 2002 - Feature Article on the 441 Tactical Fighter Squadron
Canada Aviator Magazine 2002 First Edition Paperback Fine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
46 pages. Features: 6 page article (with colour photos) on the 441 Tactical Fighter Squadron; Athabaska Airways and La Ronge Aviation Merge to form Transwest Air; Final Mission - Lt. Robert Hampton Gray's last act. Clean, bright copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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Bottles and Extras Magazine, No. 28, July 1992, Multiple Contributors
203 Multiple Contributors Bottles and Extras Magazine, No. 28, July 1992
USA S.G. 1992 First Edition Paperback Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
64 pages. Great black and white photos and illustrations. Nice vintage ads on covers. Features: What in the World are Nordhausen Korn Schnapps? - article with photos by Jack Sullivan; Bryan's Top Shelf - Embossed Pepsi-Cola Bottles - article with photos - by Bryan Grapentine; Magic Metamorphic Advertising/Trade Cards of the late Victorian age - article plus reproductions of super vintage ads, by Dave Cheadle; "Seeking Killer Jars", by Jack La Baume; Extra Special Deliveries; Bottle Network News - Shows; Auction Directory; British Bottle Bits - Clay Pipe Bowls; The Label Space - Max Ams of Cincinnat and their patented sheet metal can and their patented cover fastening for jars, WAN-ETA Cocao of Boston - by Tom Caniff; Details of a major Western Glass Auction; Up-Dates; Bromo-Seltzer Blue - postscript to article in last issue, by Cecil Munsey. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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Bottles and Extras Magazine, No. 8, October 1990, Multiple Contributors
204 Multiple Contributors Bottles and Extras Magazine, No. 8, October 1990
USA S.G. 1990 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
52 pages. Great black and white photos and illustrations. Features: The H.R. Timm Dairy - California's first certified dairy; Barber Bottles and Items, by Russell & Kitty Umbraco; Jar Talk - Canning Time! - great vintage ads; British Bottle Bits & More - Weston-Super-Mare Show; Diamonds and Numbers - English Registration Marks on Patented Designs; Ninety Years Ago - continued from last week - author unknown; Auction Directory; Extra Special Deliveries; Up-Dates; Winnemucca Show - interesting photos and article by Janet Bond; Black Glass, Black Beauty - article by Rob Goodacre. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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Bottles and Extras Magazine, No. 9, November 1990, Multiple Contributors
205 Multiple Contributors Bottles and Extras Magazine, No. 9, November 1990
USA S.G. 1990 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
60 pages. Great black and white photos and illustrations. Features: The Akro Agate Co. made Marbles - article with photos; The Grand Old Hotel Del Monte - informative article with photos; Jar Talk - great vintage canning ads and more; British Bottle Bits - internal screw threads, the crown cap, the "Beehive" top, the "Chisel Stopper"; Ninety Years Ago - story continued from last month; Auction Directory; Extra Special Deliveries; 1990 Southeastern Show and Sale -article with nice photos; Up-Dates; Messages; "The Pontil" February, 1965. Average wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 79.95 USD
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Canadian Aviation Magazine, September 1944 - Commercial, Military, Civil, Multiple Contributors
206 Multiple Contributors Canadian Aviation Magazine, September 1944 - Commercial, Military, Civil
Toronto The Maclean Publishing Company, Limited 1944 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
164 pages. Features: Three Main Ocean Routes Urged; $27 Million Ago - last month the Canadian government took over air bases established by the U.S. in the Hudson Bay area; Captain W.R. "Wop" May Goes North Again; de Havilland Assembly; The Magic Merlin; Report from Ottawa; London Report; Trends in Washington; Australia's Score; Air Board Claims Denied; "Gas Inn"; The Elusive Auster; Dinghy Drill; Children Save Pennies for Planes; Mark XIV Bombsight; Maintaining the Wasp Engine; Easily Made Wing Jig; New Equipment; and more. Many pages of excellent WWII advertisements by a wealth of prominent companies. Front cover beginning to loosen. Average wear. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Canadian Collector Magazine, September/October 1978, Vol. 13 No. 5, Multiple Contributors
207 Multiple Contributors Canadian Collector Magazine, September/October 1978, Vol. 13 No. 5
Toronto The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society 1978 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Auction Report; Hutchison House - a fine stone house in Peterborough; Joseph Legare 1795-1855; Style Influences in the Furniture of Upper Canada; Manitoba Paperweight; Molly Lamb Bobak - one of Canada's most prolific painters; Potteries of the Brothers Glass - one of the last major potteries to operate in Ontario (in London). Clean, sound copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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Canadian Home Journal Magazine, April 1929, Multiple Contributors
208 Multiple Contributors Canadian Home Journal Magazine, April 1929
Toronto Consolidated Press 1929 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Deane, Elsie 
120 pages. Cover illustration of young lady with umbrella and chicks by Elsie Deane. Features: Stylish colour Palmolive ad inside front cover; La Chasse-Galerie - the flying canoe of voyageurs and shantymen, by J.E. Le Rossignol; Nomads of the Sea - story by Beryl Gray; Women in Fascist Italy - article with photos by Lilian Gibson, teacher of English to Il Duce, Benito Musolini; The Challenge of Youth - article by Judge H.S. Mott of the Juvenile Court, Toronto, with photo portrait of the judge; The Female of the Species - story by sapper; The Land of the Rose, by Jean Graham; Music, Art and Drama News of the Month; Camberley's Bride - story by Leslie Gordon Barnard; Miss Helen Sparling, self trained in the world of finance, answers the question "Can Women Be Successful in Business?"; Jean Whitlock writes about the evolution of furniture in the wake of architectural and societal developments; What Easter means to women across Canada - with photos; Mary Louise Orr writes about the various forms of luggage available to travellers; Nice 1-page black and white ad for Plymouth cars; Essex automobile ad; Plans for a large English brick home; Nice colour illustrated ad for Johnson's Wax; Colour ad for Congoleum Rugs; Cute ad for Berry Brothers "Liquid Granite" floor varnish; The Canadian H.W. Gossard Co. ad for women's underclothing; Wonderful colour full-page ad for Hupmobile - the new Century Six and Eight; Gene Tunney golf photo in ad for Nujol; Nice colour full-page ad for Oriental Plush auto interiors - available in McLaughlin-Buick enclosed cars; Anna Pavlowa photos in Cutex ad; C.W. Stokes suggests the creation of a Bureau of Complaints; Dodge Brothers Six ad; Lovely 1-page black and white photo ad for Mercury women's hosiery and lingerie; 1-page Royal York Hotel ad; Willys Knight ad for the 70-B model automobile; Nice colour 1-page ad for Brookfield Butter; Wow! - Great colour centerfold ad for Red Seal Certified Cedar Chests!; 1-page colour photo ad for Puffed Wheat features infant photo of Richard Murphy on sled; Beautiful colour 1-page ad for Studebaker in yellow; Nice black and white one-page ad for Ford Motor Company; Lovely 1-page colour ad for Barrymore Rugs in desert motif; Woodwards "Gripe Water" ad; full-page 2-colour Knechtel furniture ad; Adorable Easter doll clothing cutouts by Grace G. Drayton; Nice colour ad for Crane plumbing fixtures insdie back cover; Colour ad for Parker Duofold pens on back cover. Few short openings to coverfold and cover edges. Address label and faint erasure atop front cover. Coffee stains to back cover and last page. Please Note: page 24-25 have been removed and are not present. They appear to have contained advertising content. Overall, a sound copy of this charming vintage issue. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Canadian West Magazine - Spring 1987, Multiple Contributors
209 Multiple Contributors Canadian West Magazine - Spring 1987
Canada Sunfire 1987 First Edition Paperback Very Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: The Mines and the Miners; Life in Old Barkerville; The Barkerville Fire; The Law; Chinatown; The Road In; The Barkerville Cemetery; The Last Mile. Clean and unmarked. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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Carmen's Railway Journal, October 1948, Vol 53, No. 10, Multiple Contributors
210 Multiple Contributors Carmen's Railway Journal, October 1948, Vol 53, No. 10
Kansas City, Missouri Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America 1948 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
24 pages. Contents: Your Washington Reporter; George Meany says repeal of Taft-Hartley Law hinges on Defeating Congress Labor Foes; Who's to Blame for Inflation? - Ruben Levin contends that workers' earnings trail behind prices, while farmers and businessmen jump ahead; A Year of Taft-Hartleyism - record shows law has provoked strive and chaos and its advocates no longer boast about their 'brain-child'; Photo of Mr. A.C. Garrott, General Freight Agent of the Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Railroad, holding a large red feather as he leads a tour of railroad representatives; Labor-Management cooperation triumphs in Union Pacific's Apprentice-Training Program; Message from President Irwin Barney; Correspondence from Robert Hewitt and C.J. Kitchas; Retirement of John M. Patterson; Loyal Star of America - article by Hattie McDonald and Cecil Hill; Ad for combination Ball Pen and Mechanical Pencil inside back cover; Great Back cover ad for OshKosh B'gosh features Veteran Engineer Lehmon L. Shook who has spent 43 years in the cab... the last 30 in Oshkosh B'Gosh Overalls". Address label on front cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 89.95 USD
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Chip Chats Magazine, May/June 1988, Multiple Contributors
211 Multiple Contributors Chip Chats Magazine, May/June 1988
USA National Wood Carver's Association 1988 First Edition Paperback Very Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
88 pages. Features: Desiree Hajny - carver extraordinaire; Carving the historic Western Face; Direct Carving Green or Seasoned Timber; Work Moving on Empire State Carousel; Let's Carve - a little girl; Noah Weiss - Pennsylvania Folk Whittler; Information on detail master burning pens (cont'd from last issue); Arizona's first lady of wood carving - Mae Johnson; Prosit! - carve a wooden frog tankard; Many show photos and reports; and more. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. 
Price: 59.95 USD
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Climax Magazine - Exciting Stories for Men: November, 1959, Volume 5, Number 2, Multiple Contributors
212 Multiple Contributors Climax Magazine - Exciting Stories for Men: November, 1959, Volume 5, Number 2
USA Macfadden 1959 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
96 pages. Features: Dean Martin has the Last Laugh (without Jerry Lewis); The Beast of Belsen and the Dragon Tattoo; The Shrinking Violet - a story for lads with taller sweeties; Sucker in Paradise; Those Brooklyn Indians - 5,000 Mohawks in New York's most famous borough - Iron Workers, Big Chiefs of High Steel Construction; "My Favourite Girl" Photo Contest; The Man Who Married Annie Oakley - Frank Butler; The Great Football Swindle; Chinatown's Bloody Emperor - Fung Jing Toy evaded 200 attempts on his life; The Real-Life Drama of Willie the Actor - Willie Sutton; Yankee Lynch Mob - an angry crowd goes berserk at Port Jervis, New York; A Sight for Tired Eyes - Gale Fagan; Killer Trail of the Glanton Gang. Many nostalgic ads. Above-average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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Collectible Automobile Magazine, February 1997, Multiple Contributors
213 Multiple Contributors Collectible Automobile Magazine, February 1997
USA P.I. 1997 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Flight of the Gullwing - the 1954-57 Mercedes-Benz 300SL; 1960-69 Chevrolet Corvair Monza - the cart before the horse; Sleeping Giants - the 1953-54 Chryslers; The Supercharged 1957 Fords; 1955 Studebaker President Speedster Hardtop Coupe; 1973 Datson 240Z Coupe; Roy Chapin, Jr. - an "Automobile Man"; 1957 Mercury M-100 Pickup - Canadian Modern; the last of the Buick Roadmasters; and more. Moderate wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 59.95 USD
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Collectible Automobile Magazine, June 1996, Multiple Contributors
214 Multiple Contributors Collectible Automobile Magazine, June 1996
USA P.I. 1996 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Cadillac Shapes Up - The Story of the 1961-64 Models; 1961-80 International Scout - Anything less was just a car; Bold Dollars - The Studebaker Champion of 1939-40; 1942 Chevrolet Special DeLuxe Fleetline Aerosedan; 1936 Dodge D-2 Convertible Sedan; Ionia Body's William Mitchell; 1952 Ford F-1 Pickup - Last of the "Bonus Builts"; and more. Moderate wear. A quality copy. 
Price: 59.95 USD
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Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: 15 August, 1936, Multiple Contributors
215 Multiple Contributors Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: 15 August, 1936
USA Crowell 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Listen, Mr. Landon (Governor Landon of Kansas) - Pilgrims to Topeka (Walter Davenport); Little Giant - Short-wave mix-up (Frank Condon); Bread into Roses, Part III - Second romance (Kathleen Norris); Coming and Going - Drama in the jury room (David Hoadley Munroe); Racers in Harness - the running of the Hambletonian (Quentin Reynolds); Perfect Hostess - Explorer afoot in a department store (Edward Shenton); Trouble Shooter, Part IX - Nan gets ready to go (Ernext Haycox); Singing for a Living - personal appearances that babbled Hollywood - Mr. Nelson Eddy (Kyle Crichton); A Change of Face - Beauty's crowning appanage, or what to do about your hair (Ruth Seinfel); Double Play - John Paine; Track and Field Marshal - Bill Bingham of Harvard (Bill Cunningham); Dames are Funny - love rides the China Sea (Jacland Marmur); Keep up with the world - what do you think of this?(Freling Foster); Pirate Patrol - Submarines on the last pirate main, from Hong Kong to Amoy (Jim Marshall). Nice colour ad for RCA Victor Radios inside front cover. Colour Camel cigarette ad. Fantastic colour Lucky Strike cigarette ad on back cover. Average wear. Address label on front cover else unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: 18 July, 1936, Multiple Contributors
216 Multiple Contributors Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: 18 July, 1936
USA Crowell 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: The last stretch - in which a man squares himself with a horse (Max Brand); The Natural Thing - the happy consequences of bringing strangers home for dinner (Petere Paul O'Mara); Manila (Philippines) Merry-go-round - Mr. and Mrs. Ramirez at home (Jim Marshall); Little Red Rooster - a girl to crow about (Blake Cabot); Hand in Glove - Tony Canzoneri - a good little man (Quentin Reynolds); Meals a la Cart - Streamlined Eating (Ruth Carson); The Prodigal Nurse, Part IX - Mrs. Daklin takes a hand (Teresa Hyde Phillips); Fog on the Bay - Modern piracy in New York Harbour (Paul Deresco Augsburg); Comedy - Six days a week - Edward Everett Horton, funny fellow (Kyle Chrichton); Three in a Row, by James Aswell; Trouble Shooter, Part V - a wedding is scheduled (Ernest Haycox); Cancellation comes home - why pay your debts? (George Creel); Keep up with the world - Things you never expected (Freling Foster). Colour ad for Camel cigarettes reads "For Digestion's Sake... Smoke Camels!" Great colour GM centerfold. Average wear. Address label on front cover else unmarked. A sound copy. 
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Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: May 30, 1936, Multiple Contributors
217 Multiple Contributors Colliers, The National Weekly Magazine: May 30, 1936
USA Crowell 1936 First Edition Paperback Good Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Features: Freedom's Sting - Brown Brothers' burden - Philippine Independence (Jim Marshall); The Golden Spoon - Gold mining for live in Alaska (Corey Ford); A Little Code - Life and letters of an outfielder (Kyle Chrichton); Cross Purposes - Love will find a way (Elisabeth Sanxay Holding); All the Answers, by James Aswell; The Loudest Radical - Zioncheck makes himself audible (George Creel); The Prodical Nurse, Part II - In search of excitement (Teresa Hyde Phillips); Under Pressure, Part VIII - Blackadder's Design (George Agnew Chamberlain); Late Winner - Wilmer Allison, white hope for the Davis Cup (John R. Tunis); Texas Roundup - High, wide and handsome centennial (Owen P. White); The Human Touch - No reason why heroes shouldn't look after their own interests (James B. Connolly); The Cook Gets the Last Word - Kitchen rangers (Betty Thornley Suart); Keep up with the world - Fosterized facts (Freling Foster). Super colour centerfold featuring the Terraplane. Lovely colour Chevrolet ad inside back cover. Average wear. Address label on front cover else unmarked. A sound copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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Diver Magazine: 9 Issues from 1988, Multiple Contributors
218 Multiple Contributors Diver Magazine: 9 Issues from 1988
Canada Seagraphic 1988 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Includes the following issues: February, March, April, May, June, August, September, November, December. Features include: Wreck of the Empress of Ireland; Bonaire, Thailand's Exotic Waters; West Coast - a Garde of Eden; Kelp Beds of Lobster Bay; Are we destroying the reefs?; British Columbia - diving in a fisherman's paradise; Superb diving at Les Escoumins; Barkley Sound; Egypt; Fortress Louisbourg Shipwrecks; Tobago; Inflatables; Bahamas; Killarney, Ontario; St. Lawrence Seaway; Filming 'The Last Frontier'; Bruce Peninsula; Canada's Arctic; A Prehistoric Fishing Technique in British Columbia; Palau; Pacific Electric Ray; Monterey; Queen of Wrecks in Kingston, Ontario; The Caymans; Canada's Little Urchin; The sandstone cargo of the Zephyr; Treasure of the 'Governor'; Maui's Trio; Kona - star of the big island. Moderate wear. Clean. Quality copies. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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Embroidery Canada Magazine, Summer1992, Multiple Contributors
219 Multiple Contributors Embroidery Canada Magazine, Summer1992
Canada Embroiderer's Association of Canada, Inc. 1992 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
16 pages. Features: My Last Will and Testament; Using Waste Canvas; Group Correspondence Courses; Needlwork Samplers - Part II; Mini-Lesson - Slovak Folk Embroidery on Aido Cloth; Under Prairie Skies - Seminar '92; 3rd Annual Mini Competition; Christmas Trees - Opus I & III; and more. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. 
Price: 39.95 USD
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Equinox - The Magazine of Canadian Discovery: November/December 1989, Multiple Contributors
220 Multiple Contributors Equinox - The Magazine of Canadian Discovery: November/December 1989
Canada Equinox 1989 First Edition Paperback Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
Features: Arctic Oases - Exploring the secrets of the Mysterious ice holes called polnyas; The Flying Circus - Even at 200 miles per hour, says Canadian Indy driver Ludwig Heimrath Jr., life is rarely a glamorous affair; Manitoba Burning - When much lightning followed little rain, 'the whole north blew up on us'; A Bangkok (Thailand) Posting - a week in the life of one of Canada's 'most challenging' embassies; Voyater's Last Planet - An electronic pilgrim relays Neptune's secrets across 2.7 billion miles of space. Average wear. Sound copy. 
Price: 49.95 USD
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