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Model Shipwright: A Quarterly Journal of Ships & Ship Models 1982-1983 (No 41, 42, 43 & 44)

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Four editions of Model Shipwright magazine from September 1982 to June 1983. Softback books with illustrated covers. Full of maritime history and ideas for ship model making with photographs, ship layouts and diagrams. The Model Shipwright was a quarterly journal of ships and ship models published first in 1972 and which ran for 144 issues. This journal is widely regarded as the world's leading ship modelling publication. Its mixture of articles. reviews and comment from model makers all over the world provide the best and most detailed information available anywhere, with authentic plans, clear diagrams and photographs. No inscriptions and binding is tight. Very good condition. Issue 44 has a light vertical crease down part of its rear cover.

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Added value:
Respected ship modelling journal, four softback books
Author(s):
Bowen, John L (editor)
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
Edition numbers 41 - 44, Sept 1982-June 1983
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Conway Maritime Press

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Four editions of Model Shipwright magazine from September 1982 to June 1983. Softback books with illustrated covers. Full of maritime history and ideas for ship model making with photographs, ship layouts and diagrams. The Model Shipwright was a quarterly journal of ships and ship models published first in 1972 and which ran for 144 issues. This journal is widely regarded as the world's leading ship modelling publication. Its mixture of articles. reviews and comment from model makers all over the world provide the best and most detailed information available anywhere, with authentic plans, clear diagrams and photographs. No inscriptions and binding is tight. Very good condition. Issue 44 has a light vertical crease down part of its rear cover.

Added value:
Respected ship modelling journal, four softback books
Author(s):
Bowen, John L (editor)
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
Edition numbers 41 - 44, Sept 1982-June 1983
Format:
Paperback
Publisher:
Conway Maritime Press

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