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On the Beat with P.C. 49

£11.99

Product description

Published [1953] by Preview Publication, this annual-style book links to the famous radio series for children.

Hardback. Pictorial paper-coated boards with blue/green cloth spine. Covers are faded and slightly bowed with some wear and rubbing to the edges. Inside pages are well thumbed and also yellowing with age. Despite this, it is an attractive and interesting copy, illustrated with 8 colour plates and many b&w drawings by John Worsley. Introduction by Brian Reece.

An children' s annual with three stories about PC 49, the fictional policeman character who also featured in the then newly launched 'Eagle' comic. No dustwrapper, If you are old enough to remember the radio series, you can re-live it again through these pages.

Item details

Author(s):
Stranks, Alan
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
10 inches x 8 inches
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
93
Publisher:
Preview Publications

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About this item

Published [1953] by Preview Publication, this annual-style book links to the famous radio series for children.

Hardback. Pictorial paper-coated boards with blue/green cloth spine. Covers are faded and slightly bowed with some wear and rubbing to the edges. Inside pages are well thumbed and also yellowing with age. Despite this, it is an attractive and interesting copy, illustrated with 8 colour plates and many b&w drawings by John Worsley. Introduction by Brian Reece.

An children' s annual with three stories about PC 49, the fictional policeman character who also featured in the then newly launched 'Eagle' comic. No dustwrapper, If you are old enough to remember the radio series, you can re-live it again through these pages.

Author(s):
Stranks, Alan
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
10 inches x 8 inches
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
93
Publisher:
Preview Publications

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