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Farewell to Wings (1964)

£9.99

Product description

Temple Press Books 1964. Hardback with no dust jacket in very good condition - some very light fading to spine and light bumping to top edge of spine. Boards and pages are clean and binding is fine. 1st Edition. A VG hardback first edition series of snapshots of Great War aircraft anatomised for their capabilities and idiosyncracies in the air. The author of 'Sagittarius Rising, paints affectionate (mostly) portraits of 25 'types' he encountered, from his first infatuation with the Maurice Longhorn to the Vickers Vimy.

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Author(s):
Cecil Lewis
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
16.5cm by 19cm by 1.5cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
84
Publisher:
Temple Press Books
Title:
Farewell to Wings

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Temple Press Books 1964. Hardback with no dust jacket in very good condition - some very light fading to spine and light bumping to top edge of spine. Boards and pages are clean and binding is fine. 1st Edition. A VG hardback first edition series of snapshots of Great War aircraft anatomised for their capabilities and idiosyncracies in the air. The author of 'Sagittarius Rising, paints affectionate (mostly) portraits of 25 'types' he encountered, from his first infatuation with the Maurice Longhorn to the Vickers Vimy.

Author(s):
Cecil Lewis
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
16.5cm by 19cm by 1.5cm
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
84
Publisher:
Temple Press Books
Title:
Farewell to Wings

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