|TAUBE,DOVE OF WAR|
Battered,well-used but complete copy of the John de Vries 1978 classic.'Perfect' binding has collapsed and most of the 84 pages are loose but they contain great scale drawings, photos and sketches that chronicle virtually every Taube design ever built. A wonderful compendium-one only.
|Kuhlung und Kuhler fur Flugmoteren|
Rare 1920 published hard back on German WWI aeroplane radiator designs with many unique diagrams and images. German text.180 pages of historical value to any serious collector of German aviation literature.
|PROFILE 237-BRISTOL FIGHTERS 1918-1932|
Published in 1972 Chaz Bowyer's definitive account of the post WWI ' Brisfit' with many photos and some fabulous, really colourful artwork. Some mild foxing but complete.
|ALBATROS SCOUTS DESCRIBED|
Modest 24 page monograph from Kookaburra with photos, scale drawings and a D.V cutaway: monotone profiles and lively text. Well-used copy but complete. One only.
|AIRFIX MAGAZINE July 1969|
Slightly aged copies of a classic Airfix Magazine that includes the first of Paul Leaman's detailed features on the Fokker Triplane; British Army WWI regiments; WWI pigeon loft; Handley Page O/400 colours and lots more varied modelling and reference features.
|Air War over Great Britain 1914-1918|
Vintage Warbirds No.7 published in 1987. 64 pages full of rare images:Zeppelins, Gotha bombers, British Home Defence fighters and more.Good condition and signed by author Ray Rimell.
|FOKKER FIGHTERS OF WORLD WAR 1|
Written by Peter Gray and Ian Stair, this pre-owned ,slightly damaged copy of a 1976 Wingspan publication contains photos and 1:72 scale drawings of the Fokker E.II; D.I to D.VII biplanes: Dr.I triplane and D.VIII parasol fighter.
|DH9A- (RAF 1919-1930)|
Another classic Profile Publication by Chaz Bowyer, this one from 1973 deals with the DH9A 'Ninack' in post WWI service with many great period photos and three pages of great colour artwork. One copy only.
|WORLD WAR ONE SURVIVORS|
Signed copy of Ray Rimell's 1990-published compendium of genuine extant WWI aeroplanes in the World's museums and private collections. Over 250 photos plus exhaustive tabular data with 100 examples described in detail. With original dust jacket and in very good condition.
|WAR IN THE AIR 1914-1918|
Published by Bradford Barton in 1975, this 96 page hardback has dozens of rare in-flight images of WWI aeroplanes and airships. Complete with dust jacket the book is showing a little wear in places but comes complete and in good condition
|Profile Publications 86-The Siemens Schuckert D III&IV|
The barrel-shaped late war Siemens is described by Peter L Gray in this modest yet highly informative booklet Eight colour side views and a five view layout of Udet's red bird.Good data and plenty of photos. Good condition.
|The Master SCRATCH BUILDERS|
Masterly compendium of the scratchbuilders' art edited by John Alcorn and with submissions from world leading practitioners. Glorious, richly illustrated hardback book from Schiffer with over 165 pages. Comes with original dust jacket-as new.
|Profile Publications 151-The O .Aviatik (Berg) D I|
George Haddow wrote this one,so we are in good hands! Colour profiles on inner covers plus well-reasearched texts and two dozen archive photos. One example only ,slight creases,but in good condition.
|The Royal Flying Corps in World War One|
Published in 1985,the first in the acclaimed Vintage Warbirds series by Arms and Armour. Softback with 64 pages and over 115 great images of RFC aeroplanes. Written by Ray Rimell,this is a great archive collection. Worn and slightly faded edition but complete and signed by the author.