Paul A. Whyles - Second-Hand Books
Magazines and Newspapers Sorted By Author's Surname - Section L

L'Illustré - L'Illustré 9/1/1947: Numéro Spécial sure L'angleterre avec une Grande Carte parlante en 4 couleurs et en relier. Special edition focussing on the English with a 4 colour center-fold map. In French. Somewhat battered around the edges, especially the cover, map torn but repairable, generally good plus. Quite interesting.
[Order code:2947 / Price £3.00]

Lady - The Lady. Coronation Souvenir Number, 28th May, 1953. 11¼" x 8¾". Monochrome illustrations. Brown circle mark on both front and back cover, o/w generally very good.
[Order code:3883 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 9 April 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 23. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. This is, actually, the first issue of the magazine in this new, then, format. Contents: Editor's Letter; The Pact and the People by S. L. Solon; Previous Pacts by Raymond Postgate; Who are our Real Leaders? by Stephen Spender; Mummy, What Were Coupons?; One Man's Week by J. L. Hodson [who wrote war-time diaries]; Full page monochrome drawing of Laurence Olivier by LOW; Your Dog is also an Animal by Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald [dog's senses]; From a Doctor's Casebook; The Rouse Murder, analysis by a KC, drawings by K. Makinson; How to Soften the Blow [Chancellors and the Budget]; Jamaican Journey by Tom Driberg; The Changing Face of Beauty by James Laver; It Depends what You Mean... by C. E. M. Joad; Waht Noise Annoys?; How Strange it Seems, and New by Roger Manvell [films]; Bring Back The All-Rounder! by R. C. Robertson-Glasgow [sport]; The Granite Island of Sea Birds by James Fisher [Ailsa Craig]; The Heart of a Book: The Way of All Flesh by Samuel Butler; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour art-work front cover, the rest with monochrome drawings and photographs. Cover detached and in two pieces (split down spine), page-edge browning, crossword neatly completed in pencil, good. Apart from cover, above average.
[Order code:10563 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 30 April 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 26. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: What Gets Under the Worker's Skin? by S. L. Solon; One Man's Week by Walter Goehr; full-page monochrome drawing of William Haley [DG BBC] by LOW; Cricket is theri Life by R. C. Robertson-Glasgow; From A Doctor's Casebook: The 8.15 Disease [stress]; The Changed Attitude to Royalty by Roger Fulford; Give Your Food a Drink by Raymond Postgate; The Lindbergh Baby Murder Case: Was Justice Done?; History in the Faking by Martin Glass [films; photos of Greta Garbo, Angela Salloker, Ingrid Bergman, Renee Falconetti, Claudette Colbert and Vivien Leigh]; Finders Aren't keepers by Jenifer Wayne; Strange Pastures for Rare Birds by James Fisher; Has a Great Conception Gone Stale? by John Russell [the Royal Academy]; The Brain Cannot Think by C. E. M. Joad; Family Likeness by Stanley Baron; The Heart of a Book: The Diary of a Noboyd by George and Weedon Grossmith; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour art-work front cover (back cover colour Solidox [toothpaste] add, the rest in monochrome with drawings and photos. Page edge browning, crossword neatly completed in pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10566 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 28 May 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 30. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Highroad to Death by S. L. Solon [death on the roads]; One Man's Week: Peter Fleming [author]; full-page monochrome drawing of Peter Ustinov by LOW; The Royal Road to Learning by Rex Warner [educating royalty]; How Old are Trees? by J. D. U. Ward; Know Your County Colours by John Arlott [cricket]; Battle of the Duck Pond by John Richmond [life there]; Partridge Hunts Words [language]; The Graduation of a Cabbie by James Dowdall [London Taxi drivers tests etc]; Strangled Laughter by Ernest Betts [films]; Surgeon's Case Book: Grumbling Appendix; Stuffed Birds and Buried Treasure by Geoffrey Grigson [museums]; 'Pig! I says, and swep' out...' by Jenifer Wayne [employment law]; Germany Means Business by Howard Byrne and Gabriella Szabo [economy, industry]; Heart of a Book: Tom Brown's Schooldays, examined by Thomas Hughes; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour art-work front cover (back a colour add for the CWS), the rest with monochrome photographs and drawings. Page edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10573 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 4 June 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 31. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Let Them See Britain by S. L. Solon [tourists]; One Man's Week by Gordon Richards [jockey]; full-page monochrome drawing of Edith Summerskill by LOW; Big Golf and Little Golf by Bernard Darwin [golf]; Psychologist's Case Book: Temper Tantrums by Gertrude Keir; The World of the Cat by brian Vesey-FitzGerald; Something Hollywood has never Thought Of by Ernest Betts [Independent Frame method]; A Gun Can Hang You by Derick Goodman [ballistics]; What Makes a Beautiful Face?; The Richest Job in the World by John Stewart Collis [farm labourer]; Type makes faces at you Every Day [printing]; The Popular Song Goes Wuzzy by Spike Hughes [photos of Frank Sinatra, George Robey, Nellie Wallace]; High-brow Robbery, illus. R. Loveday [Kitman and Natasha Strosen]; A Worm's Eye View of Fashion by William Sansom; Heart of a Book: Quida and Under Tow Flage, by Eileen Bigland; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour cover (back is an advert for Solidox Toothpaste), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Page edge browning, crossword neatly completed in pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10574 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 11 June 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 32. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: What's Wrong with the Zoo? Don't Fence them In by S. L. Solon; One Man's Week: Billy Butlin; full-page monochrome drawing of Billy Butlin by LOW; The Perennial Theme by Roger Manvell [films, sex]; Surgeon's Case Book: Operation Safety-Pin; The Hump on Mr Punch by D. B. Wyndham Lewis [is Punch funny?]; How to Grow Tennis Champions by Don Shannon; The Bare Facts of Bathing by Hilde Marchant [sea-side]; For Services Rendered by Roger Fulford [Birthday Honours list]; Dare You Show Your Face? by William Sansom; Running Commentary, Howard Marshall on Sport; The Theatre Outside London by J. C. Trewin; Battle of the Wall by John Richmond [life there]; Heart of a Book: Three Men in A Boat by Jerome K. Jerome; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour art-work front cover (back is a colour add for the CWS), the rest in monochrome with photographs and drawings. Page edge browning, corssword neatly completed in pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10575 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 18 June 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 33. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: The Police: Waht is Wong? by S. L. Solon; One Girl's Week: Clippie on the No. 13 [London bus cunducteress]; full-page monochrome drawing of David Lean by LOW [film director]; Posters You Pay For: Where they fail by Gordon Rattray Taylor [advertising, motivational etc]; Holiday Man by Anthony Carson [what are we like on holiday abroad?]; Invasion by Sea Bird by James Fisher; You Can Tell them Apart (With Your Eyes Shut) by Charles Stuart [music: Myra Hess, Backhaus, Solomon, Schnabel, Horowitz]; Doing What Comes Unnaturally [films]; Static in the BBC by Tom Harrisson [Has broadcasting stood still since the war]; War in the Fashion Salon by Victor Stiebel [fashion]; Doctor's Casebook: Are Mothers good Mothers?; Two Million Tight Lines by Howard Marshall [fishing; tennis]; Heart of a Book: Mr jonathan Wild by Henry Fielding; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour art-work front cover (back is a colour addvert for Hercules Bicycles), the rest in monochrome with photographs and drawings. Page edge browning, crossword neatly completed in pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10576 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 2 July 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 35. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: The National Health Service: Acquitted by Ritchie Calder; Report on Jive by Mass Observation (sic) [dancing/music]; Socialism goes Pin-Stripe by Michael Curtis [is the Labour Party becoming too respectable?]; When I was in the Home Guard... by Raymond Postgate; Doctor's Casebook: Keep them out of Kitchen Range; Is the Law fair to married Men? by Jenifer Wayne; Half Century Squabble by Ruth Miller [the old, old argument about when the next half-century will begin '49 or '50, which was repeated just recently in '99 or '00]; Voyage to Rockall by james Fisher; Les Girls go on for Ever by James Laver [showgirls]; The universities take the Strain by D. W. Brogan [increase in student numbers]; One Man's Week: Country Parson; three-quarter page monochrome drawing of Hector McNeil by Low [MP]; The Hangman Calls at eight by Jim Phelan [films in jails]; They Criticised Compton: Howard marshall on Sport; The Razor's Edge by Edward H. Owen [shaving]; Heart of the Book: Sandford and Merton by Thomas Day; Letters. Adverts. Colour front cover of a dressed-up Sally Gray (back cover protest against the Football Polls Tax), the rest illustrated with monochrome photographs and drawings. Page edge browning, crossword neatly completed in pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10578 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 9 July 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 36. 12" x 9¼", 44pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: 12x? [Royal Commission on Gamin, Tax on gambling]; Could Do Better... by Arthur Marshall [school reports]; Mr Welfare of Lincoln's Inn by George Edinger [John Lee]; The Life Story of the Average Man by Alan Jenkins [Royual Commission on Population]; A Letter From Moroccco [films]; The Language of No Man's Land by John Pullan [conferences, Soviets and the West]; Birth of Best Seller by Mark Stanhope; The World of the Horse by Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald; Not Proven by John Gough [law]; Shakespeare's Hand? by Stephen Potter [books and writers]; Beauty Through Men's Eyes by James Laver [art]; How New is the New British Army? by S. L. Solon; One Man's Week: Gerald Barry [direcor general Festival of Britain, 1951 Exhibition]; three-quarter page monochrome drawing of Gerald Barry by LOW; Graham Hutton on the Pocket [finances]; The Stars Shout Their Secrets [fan clubs and fanzines]; The Eye by Bernard Denvir [paintings, art]; Doctor's Casebook: It Depends What you mean By Fat; An Open Wimbledon by Howard Marshall [amateur & professional]; Heart of a Book: She by H. Rider Haggard; New Angles on Angling [fishing]; Letters. Adverts. Colour artwork front cover (back is a colour advert for The Greys (Silk Cut) Cigarettes), the rest in monochrome with photographs and drawings. Staples slighly rusty, good. Above average.
[Order code:10579 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 30 July 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 39. 12" x 9¼", 44pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Do Editors Still Edit? by Frank Owen; The Walkie Cameraman by Alan Jenkins; Southend on an Eagle by William Sansom, illus. Robert Scanlon; Give Flying Clubs a Chance by Ronald Walker [declining number, government aid?]; Dress Rehearsal for Autumn by Victor Stiebel [fashion]; Cribbing round the World by Brenda Dawson [examinations]; Positively last Appearance by Stella Martin Currey; Pembrokeshire by R. M. Lockley; The Camera Must Learn to Dance [films]; This Need Not Be a Slump by Graham Hutton [economic crisis]; One Man's Week: F. C. Hooper [MD of Schweppes]; three-quarter page monochrome drawing of P. M. S. Blackett by LOW; Croquet -Whither? by Stephen Potter [books]; Death of a Salesman by Geoffrey Gorer [Arthur Miller's play opening in London]; Surgeon's Casebook: Consultation Jitters; Art goes to Work by Bernard Denvir; Heart of a Book: Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain; Letters. Adverts. Colour cover (back is an advert for Morris Minor cars), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Staples rusty, spine wear, corssword neatly completed in pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10582 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 13 August 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 41. 12" x 9¼", 44pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Are We Growing More stupid? by Nesta Pain; Of The I Sing by Alan Jenkins [national antham]; Canals: A Chance of Recovery by John Caruthers; Robert Donat's One Man Job by Ralph Bond; Place of Doves by Ian Bevan [Tunisia, Hammamet]; The Man at Moat Farm by Mark Benney; Let Down the Drawbridge by Margot Bennett, illus David Knight [stately homes]; We Need Better Management by Graham Huttton [industry]; Pretty near London by Stephen Potter [art]; Ourselves on Holiday: New Brighton by Eric Wainwright, illus. Edgar Ainsworth; three-quarter page monochrome drawing of Vincent Tewson by LOW; One Man's Week: Solitary Author [Walter Greenwooe]; The Great German Gamble by S. L. Solon [German elections]; Doctor's Casebook: Danger in the Mouth; Speyside by James Fisher; When Tiger Meets Tiger by Stephen Burke [Walker Cup, golf]; Brush versus Lens by Bernard Denvir [art]; Heart of a Book: The Great Pierpont Morgan by Frederick Lewis Allen, Letters. Adverts. Colour art-work front cover (back colour addvert for Andrews Liver Salt), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Staples rusty, centrefold loose, crossword neatly completed in pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10584 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 20 August 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 42. 12" x 9¼", 44pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: A Comet in the Sky by Ronald Walker [the first commercial jet plane; nice photo of Frank Whittle in shirt-sleeves stood just outside a hanger where the Comet's tail is sticking out]; Agony Column; Let's Eat the Food we Waste by Laurence F. Easterbrook; The Haunting of the Mountains by Peter Bicknell; Operation in Camera by Mary Benedetta [colour surgical films for students]; Ourselves on Holiday: Rothesay by Eric Wainwright, illus. Walter Goetz; We can learn from Cotton by Graham Hutton [industry]; Stage Fright by Rita Barisse [Hitchcock, Marlene Deitrich]; H.M. money's Worth by Stphen Potter [books]; Star Recipes by T. A. Layton; Pieces of Eight by Charles Stuart [music, conducting]; The English Rose and Some Others by James Laver [typical national girl?]; three-quarter page monochrome drawing of Denis Compton by LOW; One Woman's Week: Gipsy Mother [Coral Lee]; The Cotswolds by John Moore; Jockeying to Perfection by Louis T. Stanley [horse racing]; Pyrates by Raymond Postgate [Pirates]; Getting Into the Glossies by Beverley Nichols, illus. Nicholas Bentley [magazines]; Good Looking by Bernard Denvir [art]; Heart of a Book: Some Experiences of an Irish R.M. by Somerville and Ross; letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour art-work front cover (back is a colour CWS advert), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Stapels rusty, centrefold loose, spine wear, crossword neatly completed in pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10585 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 27 August 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 43. 12" x 9¼", 44pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Next Year's Crime Wave by Mark Benney; Pubs for Export; Day Trip to France by Michael Barsley; Mothers-in-law Can Take a Joke by Monica Dickens; Your Laundry in half an Hour; Beginning Again at 40 by Alan Burton [infantile paralysis]; Shanghai sees Red by Blake Gearhart [Communist take over of city]; The Great de Blowitz by Claud Cockburn; Life is their Special Skill by Paul Rotha [film directors, interesting photo of John Huston, Edward G. Robinson, Lionel Barrmore talking whilst filming Key Largo, with Bogart in background]; The Craft of the Blurb by Burke Wilkinson [books]; Photographer of Beautiful Women by Baron; And now Australia... by Louis T. Stanley [cricket]; three-quarter page monochrome drawing of David Eccles by LOW [Tory MP]; Running a Town, Eric Horsfall Turner, Town Clerk of Scarborough; Devon by L. A. Harvey; Surgeon's Casebook: The Healing Knife; Four Steps to the Moon by Harry Harper [going to the moon; in some ways spot-on, in others way-off mark]; Banks and Holidays [money]; Art by Bernard Denvir; Heart of a Book: Moll Flanders by Defoe; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour front cover [Hazel Court] (back is monochrome adverts), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Stapels rusty, cover detached, top staple missing, nearly disbound, spine wear, crossword neatly completed in pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10768 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 24 September 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 47. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Dismantling Democracy by W. F. Necker [concern over the ending of official licensing of newspapers in Germany]; On the Up and Up by Alan Jenkins [national physique]; The World of the Blind by John Carruthers and Richard Collier; A Message to Garbo [Greta] by Ian Coster; 99 Dollars - Coast to Coast by David Clayton [the beginning of non-scheduled, cheap, air-travel]; Stafford finds his Feet by Eric Estorick [the personal story of Stafford Cripps, part 2]; Don't Want Equal Pay by Frances Chadwick [a woman gives a minority report]; Battle of the Falling Leaves by John Richmond [autumn]; Hair, Hands and Baton [Rafael Kubelik]; Books and Writers by Stephen Potter [J. B. Priestley]; The Man Who Loved Clothes by Victor Stiebel [Reville]; three-quarter page monochrome drawing of Anthony Eden by LOW; One Man's Week: Joe E. Brown; Play Snooker My Way, no. 3: Awkard Bridges by Joe Davis; Doctor's Casebook: Nicotine and Old Rope; What Devaluation Means to You by Graham Hutton; Heart of a Book: Storm and Echo by Frederick Prokosch, illus. Eric Fraser; A Bias Towards Bowls; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour cover of Ava Gardner (back is colour add. for Rinso [washing powder]), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Stapels rusty, cover and centrefold detached, slight spine wear, crossword neatly completed in pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10772 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 15 October 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 50. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: In Between the Atom Bombs: Is this the end of War? by S. L. Solon [no the Russians also have it]; Sailing up the Seine by H. Underwood Thompson, illus. Thompson; Child in the Triangle by Nancy Salkeld [children and divorce]; Close-up of the Fade-out by John Barber [British film industry]; Where We Can Cut [government finance]; Old Clowns Never Die by Bill Strutton [Grock]; The Pirates' Utopia by Raymond Postgate, illus. Arthur Wragg [Liberatia]; The Dim Lights Grey Dimmer by Ian Coster [Licensing Act, 1949/Bottle Parties]; One Woman's Week: Housewifer from Down Under [Pamela Newton, Australian in London]; three-quarter page drawing of Alec Guinness by LOW; The Pest Officer Drinks Bitter by Jeffrey Mark [Ratcatcher]; The Wilderness of London by R. S. Fitter; The Man Behind the Ball by Eric Wainwright [Jimmy taylor, Fulham Football Club]; Heart of a Book: The Human Boy by Eden Phillpotts, illus. R. M. Sax; Letters; Books and People. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour cover of Bill Ballantine (back is colour add. for Greys cigarettes), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Stapels rusty, centrefold detached, slight spine wear, good. Above average.
[Order code:10775 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 29 October 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 6 no. 52. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; US Foreign Policy: Ambassadors take a new Look by Frederick Kuh; The Hot Potato by Eric Bennett, illus. Victoria; Children Against the Colour Bar by Lisa Moynihan [problem of coloured babies born here during the war]; The Spare-time Farmers by Claud Morris, illus. Leslie Illingworth; Married to a Chin by Edgar Lustgarten; Art in the Dock by Ian Bevan [must a portrait resembel its subject]; Flies As They Fly by Frank W. Lane; No Champagne for the Bluebell Girls by Margot bennett; One Man's Week: Orson Welles; Chopin in England by Charles Reid; A Plan for British Pictures [film]; I Return fo the Load of Hay by Anthony Carson, illus. R. M. Sax [typical Bloomsbury-Soho pub]; Blood runs Hot on Cold Ice by Louis T. Stanley [ice hockey]; Books and Writers; Immoral Profits? by Graham Hutton [gold shares and devaluation]; Heart of a Writer: Oscar Wilde; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour art-work cover (back is monochrome adds), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Stapels rusty, slight spine wear, good. Above average.
[Order code:10777 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 5 November 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 1. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; No Peron in this Joing by Claud Cockburn [meat supply from Ireland ousting that from Argentina?]; Mine of Serpents - and a Match [fireworks]; The Feminist at Bay by Doris Fleischman [keeping maiden name]; Paris Fights a Crime Wave by Jean Larraine [Girier and Buisson]; Birth of a Song by David Clayton, illus. Walter Goetz [song writing]; Samson and Delilah by Ralph Bond [the film, illus. screen shots]; One Man's Week: Trouble Shooter [E. L. Packer, Nottingham based probation officer]; Unnatural Selection by Jocelyn Lucas [show dogs]; Bees, With Care [what you can't/can send in parcels]; A Plan for the House of Lords by Raymond Postgate; Meet the Tipster by Eric Wainwright, illus. Victoria; Surgeon's Casebook: Broken Legs; Heart of a Book: Castle Rackrent by Maria Edgeworth, illus. Chris Hammond; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour art-work cover (back is colour add. for Ariston cigarettes), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Stapels rusty, slight spine wear, good. Above average.
[Order code:10778 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 19 November 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 3. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; Should We Expel South Africa? by Francis Becker [Nationalist policy in South Africa, Daniel Malan, Jan Smuts]; Tennessee Williams: The Unhappy Genius by David Clayton; Let's Have Goo New Pubs by maurice Gorham [new building for the 1951 Festival]; The New Fashion in Furs by Alice Hooper Beck; Conscience Troubles their Pockets by Brenda Dawson [conscience and money]; The Leader of 1850 by Raymond Postgate [weekly papers of 1850]; Skyscraper - Out by Roland Blackburn [should we build skyscrapers?]; The Boy who Could Work Miracles by John Mills [film]; One Man's Week: Miner-Farmer [L. Coombes, farmer by day, miner by night]; Old Jokes at Home by Emily Hahn [English/American humour]; Doctor's Casebook: Cure for Bronchitis; A Slice through Time by F. J. North [geology]; Play Table Tennis My Way part 2: Building the Attack by Jack Carrington; Heart of a Book: The Valley of the Shadow by Oloff de Wet; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with an art-work colour cover (back is colour add. for Waverley Book's The Second Great War set), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, crossword partially completed in pen and pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10780 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 10 December 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 6. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; Italy's Police look for Trouble by S. L. Solon [Reparti Celeri]; The Plantocrat of Kongwa by Tom Driberg [Leslie Arthur Plummer]; Our Lost Theatres by Peter Yeats Cox; Buttonhole Boys by John Taylor, illus. Victoria [flowers]; Brakes on Work by Graham Hutton [tax]; Sorry - No Fish by John Carruthers, illus Donald Swan [shortage of fish]; Easy on the Ice by Michael Barsley [skating]; One Man's Week: Window Cleaner [Albert Norman]; Can Asrt be Taught? by Wilfrid Blunt; Justice Revisited part 3: New Lags for Old? by Mark Benney [corrective training, Chelmsford]; International Rally by Caroline Mackinlay [chessmen; pieces and national style]; Ordeal by Hailstone by Frank W. Lane; Book of the Day: Freud: His Life and His Mind; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with an art-work colour cover (back is colour add. for CWS), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10783 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 24 December 1949. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 8. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; Do we need the Snooper? by C. R. Hewitt; Backroom Big Boy by Eric Bennett [Ronald Aylmer Fisher]; Backstage Pantomime by Eric Wainwright, illus. Victoria [Christmas pantomime]; We are all Foreigners by Geoffrey Gorer; Two Thousand Indians - Quick! by Barbara Baddeley [shop toy-buyers]; Don't Shoot the Economist by Graham Hutton; Nylons' Ladder of Success by Colin Crofts [the material]; One Man's Week: M.P. in a Hurry [Maurice Edelman]; Georgian for Beauty - and Comfort by John Sammerson [historical period]; The World beneath by William Humphreys [caving]; Doctor's Casebook: How to Over-eat; Soccer managers have their Secrets by Tony Horstead; Heart of a Book: Under the Red Robe by Stanley J. Weyman, illus. Steven Spurrier; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour cover of Dusty Kitterman (back is monochrome adds), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10785 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 7 January 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 10. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; Man of the Half-Century?: I Choose Einstein by Bertrand Russell; The Great election Dilemma by Stanley Dobson [1950 General Election]; Look who I am! by Elizabeth Frank, illus. Walter Goetz [costume parties]; British Birds since 1900: A Profit and Loss Account of Our Breeding Species by James Fisher; Earn While You learn by Peter Townsend [holiday jobs]; 1950 - Prosperity or Austerity? by Graham Hutton, illus. David Langdon; The Melody Lingers On by Stephen Watts [film, musicals]; One Woman's Week: Lake Success Lady [Barbara Castle, MP]; Death in the Magazine Market by Frederick Laws [folding literary magazines, eg. The Strand, Horizon]; 'Twas their Delight by John Moore, illus. Robert Scanlan [poaching]; The Wong Notes Come Right by Charles Stuart [piano]; Surgeon's Casebook: First Aid; 70 Years a Showman by George Sanger; Tatters by Jim Phelan, illus. Moira Hoddell [tinkers], Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour artwork cover (back is a colour add for CWS [Rowland Hilder's drwing of Road Lane, Rochdale, the Co-op's first home), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, crossword neatly completed in pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10787 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 14 January 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 11. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; Britain is Getting Warmer by J. Gordon Cook; King of the Loco-Spotters by Norman Phillips [Ian Allan]; Can India withstand the Communist Tide? by Norman Cliff; Witness for the Prosecution, illus. Joseph [Edward Jones rented factory yard in which John Haigh murdered Mrs Durand Deacon; Jones' story]; Death in the Sadust Ring by Antony Hippisley Coxe [circuses]; The Pleasures of Philosophy by C. E. M. Joad; Two-faced Fashions by Alice Hooper Beck [one outfit for any occasion]; One Man's Week: Craftsman Jeweller [Cecil Hampshire]; A New Map of England by Raymond Postgate [governmental boundries]; The World of Ostrea Edulis by Douglas P. Wilson; Books and People; Hard Time for Easy Payments by Charles Oliver, illus. Sax [spending too much on Hire Purchase]; Heart of a Book: Male and Female: A Study of the Sexes in a Changing World by Margaret Mead; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour photograph cover (back is a colour add for Ariston cigarettes), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, crossword neatly completed in pencil, good. Above average.
[Order code:10789 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 18 February 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 16. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; What Does Scotland Want? by Eric Wainwright [Scottish Covenant]; Hollow of her Hand by Stella Martin Currey [Intuition]; One dring is too Many by John Hood [alcoholism]; Eyes on Britain by Ned Russell and Jean Ferniot [Americans and French watching the outcome of the election]; Travellers' Technique by Michael Witcomb; Report on the Congo part 4: Africa''s Choice by S. L. Solon, illus. Edgar Ainsworth; The Naked and the Nude by Bernard Denvir [art, no censorship]; One Man's Week: Village Taxi Driver [Charles Douglas Brown]; The Old Boys' Book Club by Alan Jenkins [school stories, Magnet, Gem, Greyfriars etc]; The Not-so-bad Squirrel by R. S. Fitter [grey and red]; Europe's Post-War Elections [half-page, a left-right swingometer with statistics]; The Stars Stand Still by Ernest Betts [film stills business]; Figures DOn't lie by Graham Hutton [UK facts and figures: population; manpower; hours, wages, earnings; Salaries, rents profits; etc]; The Heart of a Book: White Fang by Jack London, illus. Narraway; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour art-work cover (back is a colour add for Stephenson's polish), the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10794 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 11 March 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 19. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; A Man, a Wife and a Nation by Noel Monks [can a black man whith a white wife remain a chier, Seretse Khama]; A Face-lift for the Mother of Parliaments by Tom Driberg, illus. David Knight [Westminster]; The Bright Boys by John Taylor [men's fashion, Dale Cavahnaugh and Anthony Sinclair]; Problem of the Lights by Laurence Dunn [is there need to amend the rules for Navigation Lights at sea?]; Diner at Eighty by Eric Bennett [Buffet Car, train]; Think Straight about This, illus Vicky [Abortion]; Three Yankee Sailors are On the Town [the film]; One Man's Week: Artist [Michael Ayrton]; They Murdered a Policeman by James Dowdall, illus. Steven Spurrier [Browne and Kennedy]; France Contradicts Herself by George Soloveytchik [contrast of political crises and economic recovery]; Books and Writers; The Go-Getter Bird by R. S. R. Fitter, illus. D. M. Henry [starling]; Heart of a Book: An Adventure by C. E. M. Joad, illus. Robin Jacques; Golf - The Rules Relax by John Stobbs [half-page short]; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour art-work cover (back is a colour add for Ariston cigarettes) the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10797 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 18 March 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 20. 12" x 9¼", 36pp inc. cover, plus 8pp supplement, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; The Mountbatten Story by Claud Cockburn; What is a Radio Personality? by Warwick Charlton, illus. Richard Zeigler [head-drawings of Christopher Stone, George V, Charles Hill, Gladys Young, Stewart Hibbard and Stewart Macpherson, additional others written about]; They Turn the Turnstiles by Ruth Miller [Zoo animals, inc. a photo of Ming, panda, with kids]; Britain: A Good place to Be: An American Writes... by Freddy Bloom; Doctor's Casebook: Problem Parents, illus. Pearl Falconer; Growth Without Earth by Ritchie Calder [tank-farming, hydroponics]; Special Klaus Fuchs supplement [The Mind Behind the Man by Edward Glover, illus. Ronald Searle; The Secret Lives of Klaus Fuchs by S. L. Solon with Arthur Tietjen, illus. photo Harwell canteen & Soviet leaders on Cremlin(?) balcony; The Soviet Cobweb: A Vault in Room 12 by Mark Benney, illus. photo of Allan Nunn May, Col. Zabotin and Fred Rose; They Confessed by Raymond Postgate, illus. photo of Karl Radek]; One Man's Week: Oxford Undergraduate [Robin Smyth]; A Film for the School Holidays [The Happiest Days of Your Life, Margaret Rutherford, Alastair Sim, Joyce Grenfell; some nice stills]; Economic Problems by Graham Hutton; A Yank on Holiday by Charles Reid [in UK]; Gatling-Gun George by R. Groves [George Hisldon, West Ham, Chelsea, England, football]; Dusty Treasure by Charles Butler [misers, collectors]; Heart of a Book: The Real Carmen by John Izon, illus. Christina Whitaker; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour photograph cover (back is a colour add for Scroll ball-point pens) the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10798 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 25 March 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 21. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; Letters, Is Mercy-Killing Murder? [euthanasia]; Any to Come- Martin Molony by Bernard Gutteridge [National Hunt racing]; So You Want to Be an Actress by Brenda Bruce, illus. Vicky; Peasants Against the Princes by H. R. Trevor-Roper [Italy's peasants seize land]; Housewives Choice by Tom West [gadgets]; The Man Who Loved Tanks by Tom Driberg [Richard Rapier Stokes]; Censored by Stephen Watts [films]; One Man's Week: Engine Fitter [Josanne Adlard, RAF, only girl fitter trained since war]; They Struck Oil by W. J. Harris [history]; Nature Off Guard by Maxwell O'Connell [nature photographers exhibition in London]; You are on the Jury No. 1: The Case of the Mysterious Fire [real facts for reader to asses]; And Now, Here is a gale Warning... by J. Gordon Cook [centenary of the Royal Meteorological Society]; Heart of a Writer: Ste Stalled Ox by Saki, illus. Walter Goetz; Books. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour art-work cover (back is a colour add for du Maurier cigarettes) the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10799 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 1 April 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 22. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; The British Catholics: What is their Influence? by Ronald Knox; Thumbs across Europe by Tony Gibson, illus. Joseph [hitch-hiking]; A Soldier sees the War Films by Lt. Co. P. H. A. Brownrigg [They Were Not Divided and Battleground are discussed]; Banging Away the Ghost Pains by Alan Wood, illus. Frank Coleman [Percussion therapy for lost limbs]; Taxes and Dogers by Graham Hutton; Manchester Makyth man by Charles Reid [laying foundation for the new Free Trade Hall, the original was destroyed in the war, history]; The Dance of the Sphinx by Alan Jenkins [Leslie Caron, dance]; One Man's Week [Richard Dimbleby]; What to do about the Deserters by Raoul Colinvaux [20,000 still at large 5 years after the war]; What are we Looking for on Mars? by A. W. Haslett; The World of the Shearwater by R. M. Lockley [bird]; The Game called Gaelic by Rawle Knox [the national game of Eire]; Heart of a Book: Aubrey's brief Lives; Letters. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour photo cover (back is a colour add for Hercules Kestral cycles) the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, slight cover rubs, good. Above average.
[Order code:10800 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 15 April 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 24. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; Letters, The Law is Unfair to Married Men by Raoul Colinvaux; How to look at the Budget by Graham Hutton [specimen budget 1 week before Cripps' real one]; Holy Land of Unholy Cities by Stephen Potter, illus. M. Sochachewsky [visit to Palestine]; Coshing - Full Cycle by Ivor Jones [London bandits of 88 years ago and now]; Sailing for Everyman by Peter Heaton; The Louisiana Kingfish by Victor Kalman [Huey Long, film]; People of Ceylon by Alan Jenkins; One Man's Week [Frederick Ashton, English ballet]; The Cherry-Picker by Victor Stiebel, illus. Pearl Falconer [fashion]; Finding Birds' Nests by Bruce Campbell; Modesty Maestro by Charles Stuart [Adrian Boult]; A Pitch in Piccadilly Circus by Eric Wainwright [London licensed bootblack]; Heart of a Book: Cold Comfort Farm by Stella Gibbons, illus. Walter Goetz. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour photo cover (back is a colour add for CWS) the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10802 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 22 April 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 25. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; Letters, Russia's Side of the Cold War by Alaric Jacob; The Sneeze Hunt by Lisa Moynihan, illus. Sherriffs [cold research guinea-pigs]; Robin Hood Turns Turk by Cyril Ramsay Jones [Indonesia, Captain 'Turk' Westerling [R. R. P. Westerling, neither very gallant, nor a gentleman]; Britain - The Life of the Mind by Raymond Postgate; The Stars were Mobilised by Louis de Wohl, illus. Richard Ziegler [Hitler's defeat by Zodiac]; Arctic Meeting compiled by James Fisher, illus. Steven Sykes [from personal accounts of Fridtjof Nansen and Frederick Jackson]; The Importance of Being Ava by Stephen Watts [Ava Gardner]; One Woman's Week [Ruby M. Ayres]; The Great Budget Leak [April 21 1936, Lloyds insurance]; Washing-up Sensibly [from a medical point of view]; Heart of a Book: L'Affaire Lerouge by Emile Gaboriau, illus. Kempster & Evans; The Psychoscope - 1: Chart Your Personality; William Wordswoth II by John Davidson; The Fuss about D. H. Lawrence by Stephen Potter. Adverts, inc. a 4pp launch advert (monochrome) for the Eagle. Illustrated with a colour photo cover (back is monochrome adds) the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10803 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 6 May 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 27. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; Letters, The Face at the Window by James Dowdall [unnecessary regulations, contempt for Law]; Ghost of an Airship by Ian Coster, illus. R. M. Sax [R.101, seance]; The Unrelenting Uncle by J. A. Gray [Seretse case, Tshekedi Khama]; Dead End Dreams by Mark Benney, illus. Viky [Britains' adolescents, how Birmingham's (UK) youth live]; Holding the Thin Blue Line [canals, Birmingham]; The Wild Sea Waves by Partick Murray [power of waves]; The Dancing English by Anthony Carson, illus. Nicolas Bentley [folk-dancing]; Steps on the ladder by Guy Morgan [breaking into films]; One Man's Week [John Lockie, Australian agricultual advisor]; The Six Cecils by Charles Reid, illus Patricia Lewis Hart [Cecli family, Hatfield]; Knightly Cricketer by L. A. R. Peebles [Pelham Warner]; Psychoscope - 3; You are on the Jury: 3: The Case of the missing Bicycle [true facts, you decide]; Heart of a Book: Uncle Tom's Cabin by Mrs Stowe, illus. George H. Thomas; What Children Read by Sheila Irving. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour photo cover (back is colour CWS add) the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10805 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 13 May 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 28. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; Letters; How to Save British Films by Bernard Miles; Callin my Car by T. H. Joekes [car 'phones]; America's 2nd Class Citizens by Jeanne MacKenzie [American Indians, the Red Man's plight]; Natural History of Red Tape by Gordon Rattray Taylor; Turning the Heat on the Wage-Freeze by Graham Hutton; The Gentle Giants by J. H Williams, illus. John Minton [book by Elephant Bill]; Cinderella Story by Alan Jenkins; One Man's Week: River Keeper; The Toughest Job in Washington by George Soloveytchik [Dean Acheson, US foreign policy]; Death hunts the Magician by Derek Whipp [international magicians meet in London]; World of the Rook by james Fisher; Rock-a-Bye Winners by John Stobbs [John Godley]; What Makes a Boat Sail? by Peter Heaton; Heart of a Play: The Cocktail Party by T. S. Eliot; Psychoscope - 4; Tossing the London Caber by john haddon, illus. Pearl Falconer [Highland Gathering held in London]. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour photo cover (back is colour Greys cigarette add) the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10806 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 3 June 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 31. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; Letters; Is Churchill still the man for the Job? by A. J. Cummings; How to save the Day nurseries by Susan Hicklin, illus. Vicky [too expensive]; The Man who Wasn't Monty by Stephen Watts [Clifton James]; The Blush is in the Eye by Pearl Binder [history of decency]; The Best Walk in the World by John Davidson [Pennine Way]; Doctors and the Death Penalty; Four-legged Oomph by George Begley [animal film stars]; One Man's Journey: The Long Blurr [international Rally]; Shipwrecked Envoy by Claud Cockburn, illus Robin Jacques [1556, Tzar's first Emabssy to England]; Sky Yachting is a Perfect holiday by John May [gliding]; Eccentrics and Centrics by Stephen Potter; The World of the Baboon by S. Zuckerman, illus. Erna Pinner; Heart of a Book: The Mayor of Casterbridge by Thomas Hardy, illus. W. B. White; Psychoscope - 7; You are on the Jury no. 4: The case of the Murderer's Hat [facts, you decide]. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour photo cover (back is colour Bass Worthington add, The Malvern Hills) the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10808 / Price £5.00]

Leader - Leader Magazine 20 May 1950. Hulton Press. Vol 7 no. 29. 12" x 9¼", 40pp inc. cover, magazine. Contents: Leading Comment by Ian Paddock; Letters; Too Many Bad Doctors by Stephen Taylor; Forbidden Document by Woodrow Wyatt [British Museum refusing to grant access to publically owned document concerning A C. Swinburne's predilictions]; The Good Food Club; Passion Wears a garland by Arthur J. Wallis, illus. Victoria [Bavaria, first Passion Play season since 1934]; Life and Price of Lettuce by Hilde Marchant [overpriced vegitables]; The Three Hopeful Sisters by S. L. Solon [Sweden, Norway and Denmark]; Singing Ki-Yi-Yippy by George Begley [RKO's Whe Wore a Yellow Ribbon [good stills, one particularly good one of John Wayne]; One Man's Job: Docker [Billy Brown, stevedore on Canary Wharf]; The Master Below Stairs by James Dowdall, illus. E. J. Pagram [James Fleming]; The World of the Flea by Miriam Rothschild; Spain without Franco by Stephen Potter [books]; Eye on the Ball by Dan Maskell [lawn tennis]; Heart of a Writer: The Right Eye of the Commander by Bret Harte, illus. Joseph; Psychoscope - 5. Adverts. Illustrated with a colour photo cover (back is colour Gold Flake (Wills) cigarette add) the rest in monochrome with drawings and photographs. Slight spine wear, slight page-edge browning, good. Above average.
[Order code:10809 / Price £5.00]

Life - Life: Liz Taylor Starting over at 60. Life, February 1992. Very good.
[Order code:3274 / Price £2.00]

Life - Life Magazine: February 1992. Life. Life - Life Magazine: February 1992. Vol. 15 no. 2. Contents: Editorial; Moments in Life; Letters; Notes from the Interior: Self-reliance in Hard Times by Roger Rosenblatt; The Last Hostage: With Terry Anderson's release, his sister begins a new journey by Peggy Say at told to Edward Barnes; Alone on an Angry Sea: Rowing acrossw the Pacific is hardly a day at the beach; Who Get to Play God?: Are fetal tissue transplants a miracle cure or an ethical time bomb? by Jeff Goldberg; Spinning Gold: A young skater's [Deana Gerbrick] dream of Olympic glory possesses her whole family by Scott Gunmer; Living with Liz [Taylor]: Larry Fortensky by Brad Darrach; Up in Smoke: A tragic fire truns a photographer's legacy to ashes; Snapshot by Ethan Canin; Just One More. Loads of adverts including a full-page colour addvert for the first limited edition Simpsons Collector Plate (good old Franklin Mint ;-))) ). 12" x 10", 88pp, magazine. Cover and corner wear; number written on mast-head; international rates sticker on front cover; good, clean copy; subscription post-cards still in place.
[Order code:17485 / Price £1.50]

Lilliput - Lilliput Magazine: May 1946. Pocket Publications Ltd. 7¾" x 5½, illustrated paper, sb. Some colouring in with crayon, o/w good plus.
[Order code:3695 / Price £1.50]

Listener - The Listener and BBC Television Review. BBC. February 27, 1964. 12½" x 10", 44pp inc. covers. Contents: The United Nations and Cyprus by Anthony Wigan; Going Comprehensive by Raymond King [schools]; Galileo Reborn by Michael Hoskin; Signals from Space by Patrick Moore; Albert Camus' The Fall by John Weightman; An Interview with Paul Oestreicher by Martin Niemoller; Mannerism and Elizabethan Architecture - part 1 - by Nikolaus Pevsner; Four Poems by Peter Porter; Letters; Out of the Air; Renoir's Venus Victrix by Bernard Meadows; Book Reviews; Critic on the Hearth; Artur Schanbel by Denis Matthews; Suggestions for a Dinner Party by Alison Balfour. Adverts. Illustrated in monochrome, sparsely. Slight edge-wear and edge-browning, good, clean copy.
[Order code:9618 / Price £2.50]

London - London Opinion. Newnes, ND, October issue, mid/late '40s? 7" x 4¾", 72pp, colour card cover, booklet. Illustrated with monochrome photographs and drawings. Very slight rusting to staples, very slight cover rubbing, very bright, near fine. Above average.
[Order code:6249 / Price £2.50]

London - London Opinion. Newnes, September, 1951. 7¾" x 5¼", 96pp, colour paper cover, booklet. Illustrated with monochrome photographs and drawings. Very slight rusting to staples, very slight cover wear, very bright, very good plus. Above average.
[Order code:6250 / Price £2.50]

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