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First edition HB. Published in London in 1919. 56 pages of text, photographs and maps. A fascinating read and a must for anyone interested in the Amiens battlefield.
Wear and tear to dust jacket. Slight separation of some pages from spine (see photo) but pages bright and clean. A good copy of a scarce early WW1 battlefield guide.
Marked 'H.Jenkins & Sons Birmingham' and '91452' on reverse. Brass economy version.
In good worn condition.
First edition HB with original dust jacket. Published in Glasgow in 1930. 174 pages of text, illustrations, photos and maps.
Some small tears to DJ otherwise a very good copy of this excellent history.
Original 'Deutscher Volkssturm Wehrmacht' armband. As worn by the last ditch defenders of the Third Reich. Good condition.
Royal Irish Fusiliers swagger stick. Badge with King's Crown so circa 1901-1952. 71cm in length. Brass tip at end.
A nice example in good used condition.
1st edition 3 Volume set of hardbacks. Published by the Medici Society Ltd in 1925/26. Edited by Major-General A.G. Wauchope. Volume 1 deals with the Regular Army, Volume 2 with the Territorial Force and Volume 3 with the New Army. 1000+ pages with illustrations, maps and drawing. A fantastic set of reference material for anyone interested in the Black Watch during the First World War. The set weighs almost 3 kilos in total hence the high postage costs.
Wear and fraying to the covers, particularly volumes 2 and 3. Some yellowing and spotting to page edges but a good decent set of this 3 volume reference.
An account of the Belgian Special Air Service during WW2 titled 'Acrobates Sans Importance' (Acrobats of no importance) by Jean Temmerman (ex-Belgian SAS). This is a limited edition numbered 1102 of 2000 copies. French language. SB published in 1984. 222 pages with photographs and illustrations.
In excellent condition.
Original photograph of Captain A. D. Kirkpatrick (5th Battalion RDF) mounted in South Africa c.1900. Measures approximately 15cm (H) x 20 cm (W).
Tiny tear present on top edge but otherwise very good condition for age. Would look wonderful framed. A rare and desirable photograph.
First edition HB. Published in Edinburgh in 1899. 230 pages of information and photographs relating to soldiers from the Isle of Skye.
Details of previous owner written inside cover (see photo).
Some wear to the cover particularly along the spine. Yellowing and spotting to some pages but binding is tight. Overall a good copy of a very scarce reference.
RZM label to reverse. Some whitish marks on right hand side. Signs of wear, good condition overall.
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