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Meccano Magazine (1935 Bound Edition)

£75.00

Product description

All 12 of the 1935 editions of Meccano Magazine professionally bound in one volume. Half-bound in leather with matching leather corner protectors. The boards are covered in cream coloured cloth. The leather spine and surrounding is well worn however, the title in gilt title is still visible. The boards are a bit discoloured and stained, the rear board has a blob of adhesive attached. The corners are bumped and suffer from shelf-wear. The hinges and binding are loose but not broken. The endpapers have a black marbled appearance. There is a frontispiece, which is actually the front page of the original magazine, with a colour picture of "The World's Largest Bucket Excavator", it is still protected by tissue. This is repeated throughout the volume with the front page of each edition. There are no inscriptions and as far as inspected there are no markings.

Item details

Added value:
scarce
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
280 x 205 x 40 mm approx.
Edition:
1935
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Meccano

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£8.00
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About this item

All 12 of the 1935 editions of Meccano Magazine professionally bound in one volume. Half-bound in leather with matching leather corner protectors. The boards are covered in cream coloured cloth. The leather spine and surrounding is well worn however, the title in gilt title is still visible. The boards are a bit discoloured and stained, the rear board has a blob of adhesive attached. The corners are bumped and suffer from shelf-wear. The hinges and binding are loose but not broken. The endpapers have a black marbled appearance. There is a frontispiece, which is actually the front page of the original magazine, with a colour picture of "The World's Largest Bucket Excavator", it is still protected by tissue. This is repeated throughout the volume with the front page of each edition. There are no inscriptions and as far as inspected there are no markings.

Added value:
scarce
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
280 x 205 x 40 mm approx.
Edition:
1935
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Meccano

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