NEW! FOKKER F.I/DR.I Model Special by Ray Rimell/ Richard Alexander




Complete,mint copies of the acclaimed US journal of the early aeroplane-WWI AERO Nos.90-101 published in 1982 in a professionally bound volume of scarlet with Gold lettering on the spine. This is a solid and exhaustive package of rare journals all stuffed with great archive photos;scale plans;museum and repro'aircraft features; book reviews;models and so much more. Hundreds  of pages showcasing the best collection of WWI aircraft references in one hefty volume!

No longer published, the late Leo Opdyke's seminal 'journal of the early aeroplane' WWI AERO was one of the finest publications of its time with an average page count of 84 folios per issue. This professionally-bound set of 1982 issues includes mint copies of Nos.90-101 inclusive collectively  providing a large well-packed tome to satisfy any WWI aeroplane and model enthusiast with it's vast breadth of quality subject matter with many rare scale plans ;news updates; full-size repro's and museum restorations plus models and book reviews. Some of the many highlights to be found among these issues are:Richthofen Red; US DH4s; Sopwith Triplane and Bristol Scout coverage; plus museum movements;restoration projects and informed input from a knowledgeable reader base. With regular contributions from Peter M Grosz and the publisher himself,each number is loaded with rare photos,plans and individual aircraft studies-each and every issue a highly sought after reference package. We have seven bound series of the classic WWI Aero of which this is the first...

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