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Making a Transistor Radio - A Ladybird Book

£9.99 Out Of Stock

Product description

This matt edition is from series 724.

There is no title list as there is only one book in the series.

The original price of 15p is printed on the rear board.

The tally number is 320.

The boards are predomnantly yellow with a picture of a radio being constructed on the front, the yellow does show up some marks.

The Ladybird logo is closed wing.

The front pastedown has a synopsis, the rear endpaper/pastedown has drawings of construction details.

Slight bumping to the corners of the spine, the board corners are still sharp.

The binding and hinges still very tight, suggesting this book has probably had little if any use.

There are no inscriptions or markings.

This item is in remarkably fine condition.

Item details

Author(s):
Robinson, B. H.
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
177 x 117 x 6 mm approx.
Edition:
probably circa earl 1970s
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
51
Publisher:
Wills & Hepworth

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About this item

This matt edition is from series 724.

There is no title list as there is only one book in the series.

The original price of 15p is printed on the rear board.

The tally number is 320.

The boards are predomnantly yellow with a picture of a radio being constructed on the front, the yellow does show up some marks.

The Ladybird logo is closed wing.

The front pastedown has a synopsis, the rear endpaper/pastedown has drawings of construction details.

Slight bumping to the corners of the spine, the board corners are still sharp.

The binding and hinges still very tight, suggesting this book has probably had little if any use.

There are no inscriptions or markings.

This item is in remarkably fine condition.

Author(s):
Robinson, B. H.
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
177 x 117 x 6 mm approx.
Edition:
probably circa earl 1970s
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
51
Publisher:
Wills & Hepworth

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