Franklin Library, 1981. A fine copy that appears unread and presents as new. Bound in brown boards with gilt decoration, lettering and edges. A very nice copy. Scans available if required.
Franklin Library, 1981. A fine copy that appears as unread and presents as new. Bound in blue half leather and boards with gilt decoration, lettering and edges. A heavy book so additional postage may apply. Please enquire for an estimate. Scans available if required.
1870, First edition. A fine set that has been rebound in blue boards with gilt lettering to the spine. This 2 volume set is pristine and clearly justified the expense of a professional rebinding. The contents are in as new condition (including the fo... read more
PETER DAVIES, 1940, Book Society edition published after the first in 1939 in cream boards. D/w is unclipped and for the age quite bright. There are small chips and tears to the jacket extremities and the top 2cm of the spine is missing. The first 2 free endpapers have the top 1/3 of the pages torn ou... read more
Macmillan, 1940. First edition. A very good copy in tanned illustrated boards. The edges and endpapers are browned and there is a stamp to the title page "Specimen Not For Sale". The pages are clean and crisp. A lovely copy of this very scarce item. Scans available if required.
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Tipographica Giachetti, 1844. First edition. This copy is Vol 16 of the series "Collection of journeys from the discovery of the New Continent up to Di Nostri" compile... read more
Hawthorn Press, 1969. Reprint. A fine copy in a near fine, unclipped d/w only marked by light tanning to the spine. This copy is a truly unique association piece. It is SIGNED, dated and dedicated by Sir Robert Menzies (who wrote the forward to the book) on the f... read more
WILLIAM HEINEMANN LTD, 1935. No d/w. This first edition is in blue boards and inscribed and signed by the author "For H.C Piesse Nov 6 1935". This association piece is in lovely clean condition. Condition very good. Scans available if required.
1987. First edition. A fine, unmarked copy in a near fine d/w with some light edge bumping. Scans available if required.
2005, First edition. A fine copy of this very scarce book . Scans available if required.
Angus and Robertson, 1963. First edition. A very good copy with some browning to the edges and title page. Otherwise a nice clean straight copy. The d/w is unclipped and very good with some panel rubbing, edge wear and small amounts of loss. This copy... read more
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Individually gives the development history of the Vampire, Macchi and Iroquois including their entry into general service worldwide and documents each aircraft's adaption to Australian service with comprehensive descriptions of its service record. Supported by many illustrations.
Aerospace Publications, 1994. First edition. A fine, unmarked copy in stiff card wraps.