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Power and Glory - A History of Grand Prix Motor Racing 1906-1951

£19.99

Product description

Large heavy book with plain black cloth covered boards, the details are on the spine in gilt text.

Little sign of wear, the corners are very slightly bumped.

Hinges and binding in very good order.

No inscriptions, however the ffe and half-title page have a 1cm strip neatly cut from the top edge, probably where there was an inscription, otherwise the book is near fine. This does not show up in photographs so did not include them.

The good quality glossy paper has no foxing.

On the rear pastedown is an hand-written list, in pencil, of race tracks and their page number in the book.

Due to it's weight this item will be sent by courier at additional cost. If you purchase the book please provide your contact details so that the courier can get in touch if necessary.

Item details

Author(s):
Court, William
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
286 x 230 x 39 mm approx.
Edition:
1966
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
353
Publisher:
Macdonald

Courier Delivery

£7.00
Signature required.
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within 28 days.
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About this item

Large heavy book with plain black cloth covered boards, the details are on the spine in gilt text.

Little sign of wear, the corners are very slightly bumped.

Hinges and binding in very good order.

No inscriptions, however the ffe and half-title page have a 1cm strip neatly cut from the top edge, probably where there was an inscription, otherwise the book is near fine. This does not show up in photographs so did not include them.

The good quality glossy paper has no foxing.

On the rear pastedown is an hand-written list, in pencil, of race tracks and their page number in the book.

Due to it's weight this item will be sent by courier at additional cost. If you purchase the book please provide your contact details so that the courier can get in touch if necessary.

Author(s):
Court, William
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
286 x 230 x 39 mm approx.
Edition:
1966
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
353
Publisher:
Macdonald

Delivery & returns

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