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Green cloth with black titles and red borders. 17th edition. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is torn along edges, with some loss; edge-creased.
Burgundy cloth, gilt titles. B/w photos and drawings. Endpapers and text block lightly browned. Page vii to page 6 (centre pages of sewn section) are detached. 2" closed tear (no loss) to inner margin of page 7/8. A few margin marks to contents.
Black cloth boards, gold titles. B/w photos and drawings. Front board lightly bowed. Light browning to text block.
Originally published in the pages of Motor Cycling The explotis of some of the greatest riders of the past are graphically described. B/w photos. 104 Pages. Tape remnants to endpapers and dustwrapper flaps. Small amount of biro scribble to rear endpaper. Previous owner's address label to rear pastedown. Green dustwrapper is lightly edge-rubbed, slightly faded to spine and slightly scuffed.
Twenty-five bikes selected from the collection under the roof of the National Motorcycle Museum to show the diversity of the machines built in an era when the British industry was at its peak and supplied 90 per cent of the world demand. Oblong format. Brown cloth boards, silver title to spine. Colour & b/w photos. ISBN: 0600351181.
A thorough practical guide to the model railway from first principles to more advanced systems for the average enthusiast. Large format. Green boards, silver title to spine. Colour & b/w photos, b/w diagrams. ISBN: 0600349748. Green pictorial dustwrapper is lightly browned.
Originally published in the pages of Motor Cycling The explotis of some of the greatest riders of the past are graphically described. B/w photos. 104 Pages. Tiny split to top front edge of spine. Green dustwrapper is rubbed at edges, lightly faded to spine and browned to rear panel.
The "Power and Speed" Series for Boys. The fascinating story of how the motorcar came to be invented, how it works and how motoring and motorcars have developed through the years. Cloth boards. B/w photos and illustrations. Foxing to top edge of text block and endpapers. Price-cut pictorial dustwrapper is browned and edge-rubbed/creased.
Blue cloth, gilt title to spine and black title to front cover. 12 colour plates plus b/w text illustrations. 291 pages plus booklist to rear. Spine is faded with a few marks. Page browning. All plates present.
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21st Edition. Compiled and illustrated by the staff of 'Cycling'. Small format. Pictorial cardwraps. B/w illustrations. Covers a little scuffed and creased. Contents clean and binding tight.
From World War I Pursuits to the F117. Colour and b/w photos. Colour illustrations. ISBN: 060055094X. This copy would make a wonderful gift.