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Deutsche Jager-Zeitung, 78. Band, 1921, Author
1 Author Deutsche Jager-Zeitung, 78. Band, 1921
Germany Publisher 1921 Reprint Hardcover Very Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Text in German. Bound issues of an adventurous German hunting periodical. Many great black and white photos. Light wear. Prior owner's details hand-written atop first page, otherwise unmarked. Binding sound. A well-preserved copy of this wonderful vintage volume. 24cm x 17cm x 2.3cm. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1939 - Wings Over Britain / What Do the People of Germany and Italy Desire?, Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; King, S.; Bentley, E.; Wallace, E.; Drummond-Hay, Lady; Brown, J.; France B.; Bayne, E.; Chown, Dr. B.
2 Healy, W.; Stewart, Dr. H.; King, S.; Bentley, E.; Wallace, E.; Drummond-Hay, Lady; Brown, J.; France B.; Bayne, E.; Chown, Dr. B. National Home Monthly Magazine, June 1939 - Wings Over Britain / What Do the People of Germany and Italy Desire?
Winnipeg Stovel / National Home Monthly 1939 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Heier (cover); Smith, Ralph C.; Holmgren, John; Clymer, John F.; Garland, C. George; 
68 pages. Features: Colour cover illustration blonde beauty clutching her list of suitors; Lovely one-page colour-photo ad for McLaughlin-Buick features green car and flower saleslady; News digest includes 'President Roosevelt intervenes', 'The Washington Proposal', The 'Halt-Hitler' movement; 'Parallel Perfidies', and 'Albania and Poland'; If I Die Before I Wake (part I); Thank-you Too Much (short story); Wings Over Britain - photo-illustrated article on the balloon barrages and fighter squadrons defending against hostile bombers; The Sweet Shot (short story); Behind the Goose Step - photo-illustrated article examines whether the people of Italy and Germany desire war or peace; Not in Our Stars (short story); Golf article includes photo of Henry Cotton, Sam Snead, Mrs. P.J. Mulqueen, Canadian Ladies' Open Champion, and Ralph Guldahl; One-page Palmolive soap ad includes photo inset of Dorothy Phelan of 24 Prince Arthur St., St. Lambert, Quebec; Automotive Industries of Canada-sponsored one-page feature on the province of Manitoba, with map and text; Cecille Has a Birthday (short story); Personal finance article; Movie News - with photos of Jeffrey Lynn, Paul Lucas, Victory Jory, Shirley Temple, Barbara Stanwyck, Alexander Hall, Zazu Pitts, and George Raft; Half-page Canadian Pacific ad for the Banff Springs Hotel; Woodbury soap ad features photo of Miss Gloria Armstrong of New York; Fashion illustrations; Vintage Craven "A" cigarette ad includes small photo of couple smoking up; Classy one-page colour ad for Crane kitchen and bath plumbing fixtures; Interesting Hair-Dos - article with photos; Pond's ad includes photos of The Lady Rosemary Gresham, Mrs. Robert Armstrong, of Toronto, and The Hon. Ann Shaughnessy; Photo of The Lady Patricia French in skin-vitamin ad; Article on the health impact of sugar; Nice half-page colour ad for Sisman's Scampers shoes; Canaries (half-page article); Cooking article with Bridge Luncheon suggestions; Frigidaire one-page fridge ad; Weed control in lawns; Quotes from around the world; Very nice colour back cover Coke ad features young man with tie blowing in breeze, and inset photo of Coke machine at gas station; and more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Look - America's Family Magazine, May 4, 1965 - Chicago's Troubled Schools / On the Set with Moreau and Bardot, Jack Starr; John Toland; Gerald Astor; et al
3 Jack Starr; John Toland; Gerald Astor; et al Look - America's Family Magazine, May 4, 1965 - Chicago's Troubled Schools / On the Set with Moreau and Bardot
USA Cowles Magazines 1965 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio Harrington, Phillip (cover); 
108 pages. Features: Great color ad for a purple two-door Buick Grand Sport Riviera; Cover photo of Munick; Front cover fold-out photo of Jeanne Moreau and Brigitte Bardot; Segretation Crisis - Chicago's Troubled Schools; Germany Twenty Years After Hitler; The Last 100 Days; Germany Today; A New World of Surgery; The Butler goes to College - California students work their way through college; Tony Conigliaro of the Boston Red Sox High Note; On the Set with Moreau and Bardot; Electric heat features color photo of Gene Carolan and family in Iowa; Edison Electric Inst. ad features photos of Edward Stansfield and family of PA, Giacomo Liggera and wife of Poughkeepsie, Oklahoma executive Kenneth White, Jr. and wife, and Kentucky Salesman Arthur Waits of Lexington, and family; Dove ad features photo of Mrs. Marilyn Konzet of Great Neck, Long Island; Lovely color-photo ad for the (yellow) 1965 Chrysler; Two-page color Del-Monte ad; Nice color-photo FTD ad; Vintage two-page colour-photo ad for Greyhound bus lines; Two-page Budweiser ad says "No additives, please!"; Color-photo ad for a maroon Chevrolet 1965 Chevelle; CBS radio network ad with photos of Walter Cronkite, Douglas Edwards, Lowell Thomas, Phil Rizzuto, Marvin Kalb, Frank Gifford and Harry Reasoner; Classy color ad for a cream-colored 1965 Pontiac Bonneville (in Italy?); Wow! - two-page color-photo ad for the (red) 1965 Ford Mustang GT; All-American cities; Nice color ad for GMC pickup trucks; Back cover color ad for Chesterfield King cigarettes includes photos of Elly Travlou Dubinsky of Missouri, randall A. OSmon of Florida, and Donald C. Barnette, Jr., of Ohio; and more. Somewhat above-average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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Look - America's Family Magazine, August (Aug.) 24, 1954 - The Boss of Quebec / The Mighty Kluszewski, Joseph Doyle; Jay N. Darling; Allan Nevins; W.C. Bullitt; Craig Thompson; N.V. Peale; Vaeth, J.G.; Cohane, T.; Et al
4 Joseph Doyle; Jay N. Darling; Allan Nevins; W.C. Bullitt; Craig Thompson; N.V. Peale; Vaeth, J.G.; Cohane, T.; Et al Look - America's Family Magazine, August (Aug.) 24, 1954 - The Boss of Quebec / The Mighty Kluszewski
USA Cowles Magazines 1954 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio 
96 pages. Features: Cover Photo of Elizabeth Taylor with son; Old Gold cigarette ad inside front cover features hound dog; Bell Telephone ad illustrates their solar battery which generates electricity from sunlight; Wonderful color Texaco ad shows dalmation puppies being towed behind boat; Nice Elgin watch ad; Great color ad for Ford's 1954 Sunliner, Skyliner and staton wagons; Totally awesome one-page color-photo ad for Fisher Body shows fashionable dame in Palm Springs with red Chevrolet convertible; Nice one-page color ad for movie "The Black Shield of Falworth"; Edward R. Murrow - the man, the myth and the McCarthy Fighter; A vacation is what you make it; Should we support an attack in Red China?; Nice one-page ad for Campbell's chicken with rice soup; Two-page color ad for Cheez Whiz; Nice color Pepsi ad shows couple on beach; Finns love pesapallo - in Finland this is baseball; Color photos of Hollywood mothers - June Allyson, Elizabeth Taylor, Jeanne Crain, and Lauren Bacall; My Years with Herbert Hoover; Nice fashion photos; Country Doctor in New York - Dr. J. Jerome Steinfelder; Lovely one-page Kleenex ad with Little Lulu illustrations on beach; How close are we to space travel?; Photos of Bob Hope in Catalina sweaters ad; The Mighty (Ted) Theodore Bernard Kluszewski of the Cincinnati Reds - article with photo of Jim Greengrass, Gus Bell and Ted Kluszewski shirtless in batting stance; American Art and Tradition Go Abroad; Nice color Schenley whiskey ad inside back cover; Camel cigarette ad on back cover features photos of John W. Fincher of Cairo, GA, A.R. Schneidewind of Upper Montclair, NJ, J. Russell Fraser of Detroit, Mrs. Katharine B. Coelsch of The Dalles, OR, W.C. Fowler of Dallas, TX, and Mrs. B. Collins Edgar of Lookout Mountain, TN, and Evelyn Terjesen of New York; and more. Loss/nibbling to periphery of front cover, otherwise unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 1 June 1946 - Mount Palomar Telescope, Various Contributors
5 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 1 June 1946 - Mount Palomar Telescope
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: Britain Takes "A Most Hazardous Step": Mr. Herbert Morrison, Lord President of the Council. Features include: Our Notebook; Book Review: "The River Jordan": by Nelson Glueck; Aftermath of War: And Some Battles Long Ago; The Martyrdom of St. Euphemia: A Seventh-Century Church Laid Bare in Constantinople; The World of Science: The Return of the Challenger; and Books of the Day. Pictorial Journals include: Black Light: The "Cat's Eye" Effect of the German Infra-Red Telescopes and Searchlights in Darkness (Illus. by G.H. Davis); General Mihailovitch Today and As Yugoslav War Minister in 1942; Pictorial Commentary on Air, Sea and Land Events; Budapest - Pre-War and Post-War: Famous Buildings in Ruins; Budapest - Pre-War and Post-War: Famous Bridges of the Hungarian Capital - Then and Now; Europe's Housing Problem: Reconstruction Starts in Greece; Royal Occasions: At Home and Abroad; The Royal Barge of Yesterday and Today; A Ship Which Carries Enough Deep-Sea Cable to Bridge the Atlantic: H.M. Telegraph Ship "Monarch" (Illus. by C.E. Turner); News from America: A Miscellany of Ancient and Modern Inventions; The U.S. Railway Strike: Scenes at Stations in New York; The World's Largest Telescope Takes Shape on Mt. Palomar; A Plague of Locusts; Japanese War Criminals; and Spain's Dictator; Eight Shillings' Worth of Stamps Valued at Thousands of Pounds; and The Passion of St. Euphemia Brought to Light in Byzantine Frescoes. Binding sound. Prior owners ink stamp with some writing on the advertising front cover. Ink smudges on advertising back cover. Contents clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 11 May 1946, Various Contributors
6 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 11 May 1946
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: One of the Finest Roman Villa Mosaics to be Discovered in Great Britain. Features include: Our Notebook; Book Review: "Of Ants and Men" by Caryl P. Haskins, Ph.D.; Aftermath of War: Record of the 17th Indian Division; Books of the Day; and The World of Science: The Aleutian Seaquake. Pictorial Journals include: The South African Gold Rush: Odendaals Rust, in the Orange Free State, Centre of the Recent Amazing Gold Rush; Search for Hidden "Treasure": Discovery of Secret Nazi Documents; Roman Mosaics Revealed in Somerset: Details of an Important Discovery; The Holy Land - Neither Jewish National Home Nor Arab State: Scenes in Palestine, the Subject of an Anglo-American Report; Britain's Newest and Mightiest Battleship (H.M.S. Vanguard) Comes to Life; Two of the World's Largest Battleships Compared: Detailed Drawings of the U.S.S. "Iowa" and H.M.S. "Vanguard" (Illustrated by G.H. Davis); Alcatraz: Where Warders and Convicts Fought a Two-Day Battle; Hong Kong, Our Century-Old Crown Colony, Now Again Under British Civil Government: A Drawing Showing the Colony's Layout, With Victoria, the Capital in the Foreground (Illustrated by Lieut. James Morris); An Ancient Scottish Home (House of Binns) for the Nation; Naval Occasions; The Modelling of "H.M.S. Habbakuk"; Aircraft to Record Atom Bomb Tests; and Objects of Art and Vertu in the Public Eye. Binding sound. Contents clean and unmarked with minimal wear. A quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 14 December 1946, Various Contributors
7 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 14 December 1946
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: The Lastest Portrait of Her Majesty the Queen (Elizabeth I, Queen Mother). Features include: Our Notebook; Aftermath of War: Farewell to the Netherlands East Indies; Book Review: "The Life of Neville Chamberlain": by Keith Feiling; The World of Science: The Mystic Mistletoe; Notes for the Novel-Reader; and Books of the Day. Pictorial Journals include: Their Majesties and the Princesses: Royal Family Circle Home Portraits; H.M.S. Vanguard's "Shake-Down" Cruise: A Prelude to the Royal Tour; The Viceroy (Viscount Wavell) and Indian Leaders in London for Intensive Talks; The Lights of London: Experimental Fluorescent Lamps By Night; The Worst U.S. Disaster of Its Kind: The Winecoff Hotel (Atlanta, Georgia) Fire; Exiled Italian Royalty: Ex-King Umberto and His Family; Belgian Royalty in Geneva: The King (Leopold III) and His Children; A Window on the World; Events at Home and Abroad; A Sport for Model Enthusiasts: How to Build a Car Which Will Race at Speeds in Excess of 40 mp.h. (Illus. by G.H. Davis); Like a Straw Hat: The Atomic Bomb, A Split Second After Explosion; Harvesting Grapes for Wine: France's Historic Vendange; Gainsborough's Best Portrait of Garrick Lost in a Stratford Fire; Progress of Rocket Research: German Scientists in America; The Bones of Cortez; Palestine Explosions; New and Old Memorials; Where (Horatio) Nelson Flew His Flag as Commander-In-Chief (Antigua) at the Age of 28; and Likely to Become National Possessions: Trafalgar House and Its Nelson Relics. Pages 677/678 and 699/back cover missing. Cover and page 691 loose but present. Average wear. A worthy reference copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 14 September 1946, Various Contributors
8 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 14 September 1946
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: The Commemoration of the Battle of Britain: An Altar in St. George's Chapel Showing Two of the Six Oak Panels Forming the "Pilots'" Memorial. Features include: Our Notebook; Book Review: "John Varley": by Adrian Bury and "Cox the Master" by F. Gordon Roe; Aftermath of War: New Light on Allied Strategy; The World of Science: The Mystery of the Harvest Bug; and Books of the Day. Pictorial Journals include: The Vital Harvest of 1946: Destruction by Floods and Gales; Safety in the Air: Wartime Discoveries to Assist Civil Aviation; British Aircraft Christenings: A New Transport (The "Hastings") and a New Service; A Window on Europe: News Events Portrayed by the Camera; Saving Coal: Main-Line Railways Convert Engines to Oil Fuel (Illus. by G.H. Davis); Training Air Hostesses: Putting Theory into Practice in the Air; The Old and the New: Camera News From Sea, Air and Land; Wren's Temple Bar as an Entrance to Theobalds Park, and on Its Original Site; Now Awaiting Judgment at Nuremberg: Twenty-One Defendants Who Made Final Pleas Before the Tribunal; Scenes of Japanese Life Today: How the Common People are Living; At the R.P.S. Exhibition: A Portrait Study of a Gorilla; At the R.P.S. Exhibition: "The Wheel's Kick and the Wind's Song..."; Peaceful Cologne: The "Patton Bridge" Across the Rhine and the Bomb-Damaged Cathedral Area; Camera Miscellany: News Pictures of the Week; The C.M.F. San Carlo Opera Company's Debut at Covent Garden: "La Traviata" with Margherita Carosio as Violetta; Locating and Rescuing Airmen (R.N. Air Ambulance) Who Crash in Mountain Districts (Illus. by Richard E. Jennings); and Drawings of a Little-Known R.A.F. (Mountain) Rescue Service in Action (Illus. by Richard E. Jennings). Binding sound. Contents clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 23 November 1946, Various Contributors
9 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 23 November 1946
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: A British Tribute to a Great American: An Artist's Impression of the Layout for the Proposed (Franklin Delano) Roosevelt Memorial in Grosvenor Square. Features include: Our Notebook; The World of Science: Meteorites and Meteors; A Cast Iron Ring 2500 Years Old: Further Discoveries in the Byci Skala Cave; 100,000 Years of Central European History: Recent Moravian Discoveries Related to the Story of Man; Book Review: "Four Studies in Loyalty": by Christopher Sykes; Notes for the Novel-Reader; and Books of the Day. Pictorial Journals include: The King Opens Parliament in Semi-State: Historic Pageantry Tempered by Austerity; Veteran Cars in the London to Brighton 50th Anniversary Run; For the Grand Tour or Round of Calls: A Museum of Carriages; The Price of the Palestine Mandate: British Losses in a New "Reign of Terror"; In Honourable Retirement After Many a Hazardous Duty: The Little Ships of the Navy at Anchor; Maritime and Other News Items; From Aircraft to Car - And Vice Versa - In Seven Minutes!; A Great Meteor as Seen in New Mexico, USA (1933); To Clean or Not to Clean (Art Restoration); Restoring Confidence and Self-Reliance in Blinded Servicemen: Work and Recreation at St. Dunstan's (Illus. by Capt. Bryan de Grineau); From the World's Scrapbook; and Postscripts of Two Wars: Air and Fire Disasters. Page 581/582 missing. Page 595/596 loose but present. Contents clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A worthy reference copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 25 May 1946, Various Contributors
10 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 25 May 1946
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: Hungarian Hyperinflation - Pengo Notes of High Denomination Not Worth Picking Up and Considered as Rubbish. Features include: Our Notebook; Book Review: "The Drawings of Leonardo Da Vinci" by A.E. Popham and "Fragonard Drawings for Ariosto": by Elizabeth Mongan et al; Aftermath of War: Record of the 19th Indian Division; The World of Science: Speed in Water; Notes for the Novel-Reader; and Books of the Day. Pictorial Journals include: Inflation in Hungary: Where a Million Pengos Buys a Cigarette; A Modern Pompeii: Cassino and Its Famous Abbey (Abbey of Monte Cassino) Two Years After the Battle Which Laid Town and Monastery in Ruins; Abdication and Accession in Italy: The New King (Umberto II) and His Family; Travelling Comfortably at 25,000 Ft.: Pressure Cabins in Air-Liners (Illus. by G.H. Davis); Royal Occasions: At Home and Abroad; The Princesses at a London Rally of 8000 Rangers: Ceremonies in Hyde Park and the Albert Hall; The King and Queen Received Ad Portas at Winchester College; Mosaics at the Low Ham Roman Villa: Further Beauties Revealed; The "Gateway of England" for the Airborne Visitors: London Airport (Illus. by G.H. Davis); Life and Still-Life Portrayed by Dutch and Flemish Masters; Fine Paintings from the Golden Age of Dutch Art; and Speed-Kings of the Seas and Rivers: A Pictorial Chart Showing the Speeds of Aquatic Animals (Illus. by G.H. Davis). Front cover present but attached with tape. Back page missing. Contents clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 28 December 1946, Various Contributors
11 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 28 December 1946
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: The Drawing Room Window of Jane Austen's Cottage at Chawton, Hampshire. Features include: Our Notebook; Aftermath of War: The Greek Complaint to the Security Council (inc. map); Book Review: "Foreign Mud": by Maurice Collis; The World of Science: Ennerdale Water and Its Fauna; Notes for the Novel-Reader; and Books of the Day. Pictorial Journals include: The Birthplace of Immortal Books: Chawton Cottage - Where Jane Austen Lived and Wrote; The Princesses' Personal Setting: T.R.H. in Their Private Apartments; A Problem Confronting the United Nations: The Greek Guerilla War; "Blotmaster" But Notable Artist: The Tate Alexander Cozens Show; India at the Crossroads: Nehru's Proposal of a Republic at the First Constituent Assembly; Events of the Day: Hamburg Tribunal on Inhuman Crimes at Ravensbruck Concentration Camp, Manhattan Tenement Disaster; The Setting of the Christmas Story: Christendom's Birthplace; Naval Relics Exhibited in Paris; Clearing the Corfu Channel (Minesweeping); The Glow of Cape Town at Night: Floodlit Table Mountain; The March into Azerbaijan: Persian Troops on the Frontier; Life and Trade in the Deep Snows of the Canadian Arctic (Baker Lake Settlement), Where "Skins" Buy Gramophones for Thriving Eskimos; Heating Homes in England; Clay Sculptures Which Summarise the Blackfellow's Legends and Culture: An Australian Artists's (William Ricketts) Thoughts About The Aborigines; Wild Flowers that Bloom Where Christmas Falls in High Summer; and Unique Flowers of a Unique Landscape: Some of Australia's Lovely Flora. Binding sound. Contents clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 30 November 1946, Various Contributors
12 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 30 November 1946
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: The Camera's "Eye" Looks at Earth From a V-2 Rocket During American Tests. Features include: Our Notebook; A Romantic Find: Two of the Missing Fouquet Miniatures From the Hours of Etienne Chevalier; Book Review: "Portrait of the Dalai Lama": by Sir Charles Bell; Aftermath of War: New Light on German Invasion Plans (inc. maps); The World of Science: Wolves of the Water; Notes for the Novel-Reader; and Books of the Day. Pictorial Journals include: "Free and Unfettered"? The Rumanian Elections; Dartmoor, One of England's Greatest Playgrounds, Which May be Acquired for Military Training; A National Heritage of Beauty Where Claims of the Public and the Services Conflict; The Price of the Palestine Mandate: British Losses in a New "Reign of Terror"; An Epic Rescue Rivalling Fiction: Crash Victims Rescued by Fieseler Storch from the Swiss Alps; Road and Rail Transport for Their Majesties in South Africa; Inundated Farmland, and Impassable Raods: The Havoc of Storms; Britain A Desolate Waste of Water: Results of Ceaseless Rain; Aluminium Homes By the Thousand, Instead of Bombers: The "Clapham Junction" of a Former Aircraft Factory (Illus. by Capt. Bryan de Grineau); The Aluminium Home: Produced Every Five Minutes, Erected Inside an Hour, Good for 100 Years of Life; The Long Suffering Public: Scenes in Manchester's Unofficial Bus Strike; Events on Land and Sea Recorded by Camera; Home News in Pictures; A "Fish That Eats Men": Enlarged Photograph of the Deadly Jaws of the Small Piraya (Piranha); and The New British Film "The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby". Page 613/614 missing. Page 627/628 loose but present. A worthy reference copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 7 September 1946, Various Contributors
13 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 7 September 1946
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1946 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: Greece Votes For the Restoration of the Monarchy by an Overwhelming Majority: King George II, of the Hellenes in London, Where He Awaited the Decision. Features include: Our Notebook; Book Review: "Nisi Dominus: A Survey of the Palestine Controversy": by Neville Barbour; Aftermath of War: The Precarious State of Europe; A War-Time Patrol Among the Head-Hunters of Dutch New Guinea; The World of Science: An Isle of Wight Dinosaur; and Books of the Day. Pictorial Journals include: Goodwill Cruise: U.S.S. Franklin D. Roosevelt Visits the Mediterranean; World Survey: Topical Pictures From Europe, Canada and China; The World of Wings: Aircraft News of Today and Tomorrow; Mob Rule in Calcutta: Scenes During the Muslim-Hindu Riots; A Voice From the Past: Ex-Crown Prince Wilhelm on Germany's Future; An Interesting Television Broadcast: Dr. L. S. B. Leakey's Discovery of a 6,000,000 (6 Million) Year Old "Preconsul" Jaw Bone (Illus. by Bryan de Grineau); Royal Occasions: The Royal Family at Royal Lodge, Windsor; The Frozen Cliffs of Mount Robson: Remarkable Aerial Photographs of Canada's Noblest Mountain; Head-Hunters' Canoes in the Swamp-Lands of New Guinea; Head-Hunters of the Unexplored Swamps of Dutch New Guinea; Head Hunting Prowess Indicated By Plaited Fibre Head Dresses; Nose Perforations Among the Natives of Dutch New Guinea; From the "Promised Land" to Karaolos Camp: Illegal Jewish Immigrants Detained in Cyprus; Topical Events on Land, Sea and in the Air; An Exhibition on Tour: Gems of a Collection; and "The Most Important Archaeological Discovery Made During the War": Roman Tombs Beneath St. Peter's, Rome. Binding sound. Contents clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, 8 November 1947, Various Contributors
14 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, 8 November 1947
London, England The Illustrated London News and Sketch Ltd. 1947 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
Cover: Princess Elizabeth's Last Public Engagement in Scotland Before Her Marriage: Launching the Caronia. Features include: Our Notebook; Book Review: "Austrian Requiem": by Kurt Von Schuschnigg; Aftermath of War: Walter Lippmann and American Foreign Policy (inc. map); The World of Science: This Year's Scarcity of Wasps; Notes for the Novel-Reader; The World of Theatre; Books of the Day; and The Valley of the UnKnown: A Unique and Self-Created Civilisation Revealed in the Borderlands Between India and Tibet. Pictorial Journals include: Their Majesties in Devon and Cornwall: Incidents of the Royal Tour; A Fair State Torn With Rebellion: Beautiful But Distracted Kashmir; Srinagar and Its Surroundings: Views of the "Venice of the East"; The "Modern Vermeer" Picture Trial: (Han) Van Meegeren and His Work in Court; Royal Honeymoon Houses in New Forest and Highland Surroundings; The Royal Wedding: A Miscellany of Relevant Events and Items; El Alamein Day in the Desert; Air Achievement and Fire Destruction; Stated to Be "Overwhelmingly Against Trusteeship": South West Africa; Buckingham Palace From the Air; Finished and Accurate to Two-Millionths of an Inch: California's Giant 200-Inch Telescope Mirror; From Isaac Oliver to Cosway: Some Rockliff Collection Miniatures; Tudor Silver for the Victoria and Albert Museum; Exquisite French Furniture; Apa Tani Justice: Private and Public; A Unique People in a Primitive Paradise; Where Neolithic Cultivation Methods Support a Himalayan People in Plenty; The Unknown Valley: Social Types and Rural Customs of a Unique Civilization; Religion and Sport in the Unknown Valley; and The Apa Tani People: Their Homes and Customs. Binding sound. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. 
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