"The Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club is for people who have a passion for Rolls-Royce and Bentley motor cars, whether or not the individuals who maintain this passionate interest own examples of these marques", writes Tony James, Chairman of The Rolls-Royce Enthusiast's Club. "The principles of the club include the preservation, use and history of the cars and their creators". This sentence alone personifies the values this yearbook displays throughout, proudly showcasing the companies' greatest inventions and most awe-inspiring designs, whether part of their vehicle manufacturing, watchmaking or even interior design sub-genres (along with many other areas of life) in which the company operates.
The book is in very good condition and maintains its original dust jacket, which is where the majority of the very limited signs of wear are present. The front and rear cover shows some minor marks and barely visible scratches, but the most noticeable sign of previous use comes in the form of moderate shelf wear to the base, where bumping to the spine is present and the base of both fore edges has visibly taken some accidental damage, in which there are a few tiny holes in the dust jacket where the book was perhaps not put on a shelf carefully enough. However, I must stress that the aforementioned damage is extremely minimal and is largely unnoticeable to the casual reader. Regardless, there are no other signs of wear or damage to note.