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9032. Burge, Squadron-Leader C.G. editor.: Complete Book of Aviation.

London: Pitman & Sons. Daily Mail Edition 1935. 24.5 by 19 cms. 642 pp. illustrated, embossed blue boards, dusty a little wear but otherwise very good. This is an excellent study of all aspects of aviation in this pre-war period. 12.00


18689. Cobham, Sir Alan: Sir Alan Cobham's Air Display National Aviation Day Campaign.

London: National Aviation Displays Ltd, 1935. 32 pp. 25 x 15.5 cm. 25 illustrations. Pictorial matt card covers. There is some foxing to the covers but internally tight, clean and unmarked. Great photos. A nice item. Cobham started National Aviation Day in 1932, and these displays continued to 1935. This would be the last programme produced for them. in the UK. 75.00


11978. Douglas and Clydesdale, Squadron Leader The Marquess of. and McIntyre, Flight Lieutenant D.F.: The Pilots' Book of Everest.

Edinburgh London Glasgow: William Hodge and Company April 1936. xvi+209 pp. illustrated, maps. With a preface by Lt-Col. The Rt. Hon. The Lord Tweedsmuir Governor General of Canada. In very good condition bright clean and fresh but in a rather worn dustwrapper. The Houston-Everest Expedition flew over the summit on 3rd Apr. 1933. 10.00


5014. Hawks, Captain Ellison: The War in the Air: Bombers of the Present War.

Southport, Real Photographs Co. Ltd, 1944. 104 pp. 21.5 x 14 cm. Profusely illustrated with photographs and diagrams. Covers 25 British American and German bombers. Minor wear otherwise good. 15.00


17211. Warner, Guy: Airships over the North Channel Royal Naval Air Service Airships in Ulster during the First World War.

Newtownards: Colourpoint, 2012. 63 pp. 21 x 21 cm. Hidden aviation history. Airships from the mooring-out station at Bentra, Whitehead, flew dozens of missions in support of naval forces based in Larne. 51 great photographs, 3 diagrams, and 1 map. Pictorial semi-matt card covers. In very good condition, almost as new. 10.00


14118. Warner, Guy: Flying from Malone Belfast's First Civil Aerodrome.

Newtownards: Colourpoint 2012. 21 by 21 cms. 63 pp. illustrated, soft covers, in very good condition, almost as new. Hidden aviation history. The Aerodrome at Malone was the U.K.'s first municipal airfield. It is now a public housing estate. Great photographs! 8.00

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