Nashville, Battery Press, 1987 (reprint)/ 1945.
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London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1946 [revised second edition]/ 1943.
Melbourne, British-Australasian Publishing Service (Head Office in Australia: 'Whitehall', Bank Place, Melbourne), , revised edition/ . Mounted within the decorative border printed on the recto of the stiff card to which the frontispiece is attached, is a four-page ACMF card with a gelatin silver portrait photograph (120 x 90 mm)...
London, The British Library, 1975.
Canberra, Department of Information, 1943 and 1944. The Australian Army at War series.
South Melbourne, Popular Publications, [circa 1915]. With the ownership signature of a captain of the 2/48th. Cover title: 'Easy Conversational Arabic and French for the Australian Soldier. An Indispensible Guide for the Soldier Abroad'.
Measham, Midland Counties Publications, 1974. The Beagle is a British light aircraft manufacturer, similar to Miles or Auster.
Sheets M and L.
Nashville, The Battery Press, 1979.
Rouen, The Editors, September 1917. Melbourne-born William Farrow described himself as a 'Black & White Artist' on his enlistment form in March 1916. He was in the 3rd Division Cyclists' Corps, before transferring to the 2nd Battalion and going to France in September 1916. His service records indicate that for...
Melbourne, Specialty Press, . 'Compiled by some who were there, and with acknowledgements and thanks to Major W. Lennard, formerly of "Guinea Gold", now of the Melbourne "Herald" for his assistance'. With a full honor roll and list of decorations and awards.
Nashville, Battery Press, 1981 (reprint)/ 1945. The story of the Red Diamond in WW2.
London, Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1983. Loosely inserted is a magazine advertisement for the auction, a Hever Castle flyer, a blank bidding slip (showing the 194 lots and their estimates), and a newspaper clipping detailing some of the resulting prices.
[no place], [no publisher], [no date]. The front cover of this copy has the ink annotation/ownership signature 'Maj. Boyd'.
[At Sea, The Societies, as above], 10 August 1918. Not surprisingly, we can find no record of this most ephemeral item. 'Pte C. Spencer Smith' is written at the head of the first page. The service record of 55891 Cecil Spencer Smith (courtesy of the invaluable National Archives of Australia...
London, Christie, Manson and Woods, 1984. Taped to a rear blank is a blank bidding leaflet detailing the 303 lots and their estimates.
London, Arms and Armour Press, 1973 and 1974 [both first thus]. Army Lists, Artillery, Flags, Flogging and Military War-Cries.
London, Lloyd's, 1924.
London, Lloyd's, 1939. Includes four pages of colour plates. Gilt-stamped 'With the compliments of Lambert Brothers (Insurance) Limited, Cunard House...'. Fascinating period piece, including advertisements for undersea salvage and Marconi radio.
London, Lloyd's, 1939. Includes four pages of colour plates. Gilt-stamped 'With the compliments of George Wills and Co'. Fascinating period piece, including advertisements for undersea salvage and Marconi radio.
London, Lloyd's, 1947. Gilt-stamped 'SS Hazelbank'; presumably the so-called 'Ghost Ship'.
London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1935. With the ownership signature of a Lieutenant Colonel in the NZ Army. 110 plates (several folding) and numerous tables.
Peking, Foreign Languages Press, 1974. Text in Cantonese, but loosely inserted is a stapled booklet with the text in English (a tiny closed tear to the front cover, otherwise fine).
London, Hudson & Kearns and George Newnes, 1895 to 1898.
[Washington], United States Forces, Office of the Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Intelligence/ Division of Naval Intelligence, Photographic Interpretation Center, Navy Department, [c. 1944]. 'Restricted', and with the enigmatic inscribed reference 'Mipi-28504' on the front cover. Primarily intended as an aid for the photo-interpreter, both in identifying suitable targets and...