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 FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); HILLMAN, RALPH E.; STOTT, CLIFFORD L.; RAYWALT, JAMES; SMITH, DEAN CRAWFORD; SANBORN, MELINDE LUTZ; SCHERER, JOHN L.; GEE, ROBERT E. AND+ BARBARA W.; INGHAM, NORMAN W.; FARIS, DAVID; RICHARDSON, DOUGLAS; LAMBERT, DAVID ALLEN, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 152, Whole Number 606 (April 1998)
FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); HILLMAN, RALPH E.; STOTT, CLIFFORD L.; RAYWALT, JAMES; SMITH, DEAN CRAWFORD; SANBORN, MELINDE LUTZ; SCHERER, JOHN L.; GEE, ROBERT E. AND+ BARBARA W.; INGHAM, NORMAN W.; FARIS, DAVID; RICHARDSON, DOUGLAS; LAMBERT, DAVID ALLEN
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 152, Whole Number 606 (April 1998)
Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1998. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear. Contents: Hillman, Thomas Genn (1718-1768) of Virignia and Maryland and the migration of his sons to New England and the mid-west. Stott, The correct origins of Nathaniel Dickinson and William Gull, settlers of Wethersfield and Hadley. Raywalt, The identity of Sarah, wife of Daniel Scofield and Miles Merwin - still a mystery. Smith and Sanborn, The family of John White of Mendon, Massachusetts. Scherer, Archibald Dunlop (1672-1713) of Stratford, Connecticut: his descent from King Edward III of England and from King James II of Scotland. Gee and Gee, Descendants of Josiah Goodridge of Berwick, Maine. Ingham, Norman W. A slavist's view of Agatha, wife of Edward the exile, as a possible daughter of Yaroslav the Wise. Faris and Richardson, The parents of Agatha, wife of Edward the Exile. Lambert, Baptist church records of Raynham, Massachusetts, 1780-1795. Additions and corrections (Bates, Robbins, Sancha de Ayala). Reviews. ; 9.0" tall; 118 pages. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued .
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EDITED BY DAVID FLETCHER
Rooftop Garden Design
The Images Publishing Group. Hardcover ISBN: 1864706465, Condition: New.
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 FANTASTIC (A. BERTRAM CHANDLER; DAVID REED; GARDNER F. FOX; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; FLETCHER PRATT & IRVIN LESTER; ROG PHILLIPS), Fantastic Stories: March, Mar. 1968 ("Spartan Planet")
FANTASTIC (A. BERTRAM CHANDLER; DAVID REED; GARDNER F. FOX; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; FLETCHER PRATT & IRVIN LESTER; ROG PHILLIPS)
Fantastic Stories: March, Mar. 1968 ("Spartan Planet")
NY, Ultimate Publishing. 1968. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 17, No. 4. Edited by Harry Harrison. Cover art is uncredited [Johnny Bruck]. Includes "Spartan Planet" (pt. 1 of 2) by A. Bertram Chandler; "In the Court of Kublai Khan" (short novel) by David Reed; "Heart of Light" (novelet) by Gardner F. Fox; "I Love Lucifer" (novelet) by William P. McGivern; "The Great Steel Panic" by Fletcher Pratt & Irvin Lester; "Incompatible" by Rog Phillips. Features: "What Is Fantastic?" (editorial) by Harry Harrison; "Fantasy Books" by Fritz Leiber. Illustrated by Jeff Jones, Julian S. Krupa, Frank R. Paul, Terry, Ernest Schroeder, and others. Minor loss at lower edge; creasing; dealer's marks on cover; tanning. Very Good.
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 FANTASTIC (A. BERTRAM CHANDLER; DAVID REED; GARDNER F. FOX; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; FLETCHER PRATT & IRVIN LESTER; ROG PHILLIPS), Fantastic Stories: March, Mar. 1968 ("Spartan Planet")
FANTASTIC (A. BERTRAM CHANDLER; DAVID REED; GARDNER F. FOX; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; FLETCHER PRATT & IRVIN LESTER; ROG PHILLIPS)
Fantastic Stories: March, Mar. 1968 ("Spartan Planet")
NY, Ultimate Publishing. 1968. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 17, No. 4. Edited by Harry Harrison. Cover art is uncredited [Johnny Bruck]. Includes "Spartan Planet" (pt. 1 of 2) by A. Bertram Chandler; "In the Court of Kublai Khan" (short novel) by David Reed; "Heart of Light" (novelet) by Gardner F. Fox; "I Love Lucifer" (novelet) by William P. McGivern; "The Great Steel Panic" by Fletcher Pratt & Irvin Lester; "Incompatible" by Rog Phillips. Features: "What Is Fantastic?" (editorial) by Harry Harrison; "Fantasy Books" by Fritz Leiber. Illustrated by Jeff Jones, Julian S. Krupa, Frank R. Paul, Terry, Ernest Schroeder, and others. Minor creasing; tanning. Very Good+.
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 FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); JOSLYN, ROGER D.; HOARD, LYON J.; SANBORN, MELINDE LUTZ; WHITE, PAUL R. JR.; GREENE, DAVID L.; THRELFALL, JOHN B.; FRIEND, ESTHER L., The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 142 (January 1988)
FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); JOSLYN, ROGER D.; HOARD, LYON J.; SANBORN, MELINDE LUTZ; WHITE, PAUL R. JR.; GREENE, DAVID L.; THRELFALL, JOHN B.; FRIEND, ESTHER L.
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 142 (January 1988)
Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1988. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear. ; Contents: Joslyn, The Benchley-Bensley family. Hoard, The ancestry of William Hoar of Chester, Vermont. Genealogical notes. Sanborn, The 1860 census for Ward One, Boston, Massachusetts: some special features and flaws. White, Maine estate schedules from Revolutionary War pensions. Greene, A reconstruction of the family of Daniel Geer (circa 1673-1749) of Preston, Connecticut. Threlfall, Thomas Smith of Ipswich, Massachusetts. Friend, Notifications and warnings out in Wrentham, Massachusetts. Reviews of books, recent books. ; 9.0" tall; 101 pages. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued .
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 FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); KELLEY, R. DUDLEY; GREENE, DAVID L.; BENSON, RICHARD H.; HYDE, MYRTLE STEVENS; PLUMMER, JOHN; WILCOX, WAYNE H. M.; DUNKLE, ROBERT J..; RUOCCO, VALERIE, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 151, Whole Number 602 (April 1997)
FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); KELLEY, R. DUDLEY; GREENE, DAVID L.; BENSON, RICHARD H.; HYDE, MYRTLE STEVENS; PLUMMER, JOHN; WILCOX, WAYNE H. M.; DUNKLE, ROBERT J..; RUOCCO, VALERIE
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 151, Whole Number 602 (April 1997)
Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1997. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear, previous owner's name at top front. Contents: Kelley, David Okillea of Yarmouth, Massachusetts, and some of his descendants. Greene, The English origin (and spiritual turmoil) of John Ingersoll of Westfield, Massachusetts. Benson, Probable English origins of James and Alice Nash of Boston and Weymouth. Hyde and Plummer, The English ancestry of New England settlers Joshua and Anthony Fisher [Fisher and Bert]. Wilcox, Capt. Thomas Hawkins, shipwright, of London and Dorchester, Massachusetts, and three generations of his descendants. Dunkle and Ruocco, Parish records of the First Church and Society of Kittery, Maine 1714 to 1791 [continued]: part two. Reviews. 9.0" tall; 118 pages. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued .
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 FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); DEARBORN, DAVID CURTIS; GREENE, DAVID L.; FOSTER, NANCY BUSHNELL; PLUMMER, JOHN; CARNEY, JOHN B.; WILLCOX, WAYNE HOWARD MILLER, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 145, Whole Number 579 (July 1991)
FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); DEARBORN, DAVID CURTIS; GREENE, DAVID L.; FOSTER, NANCY BUSHNELL; PLUMMER, JOHN; CARNEY, JOHN B.; WILLCOX, WAYNE HOWARD MILLER
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 145, Whole Number 579 (July 1991)
Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1991. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear. Contents: Dearborn, John Insley Coddington 1902-1991. Greene, Samuel G. Drake and the early years of The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. Foster, The paternity of Captain Alexander Bushnell of Hartland, Connecticut and Hartford, Ohio. Plummer, English notes on Isaac Cummings of Essex County, Massachusetts. Carney, In search of Fayerweather: the Fayerweather family of Boston (continued). Wilcox, The ancestry of Katherine Hamby, wife of Captain Edward Hutchinson of Boston, Massachusetts (concluded). Reviews. Recent acquisitions. ; 9.0" tall; 94 pages. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued .
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 FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); CARNEY, JOHN B.; SHERMAN, RUTH WILDER; PLUMMER, JOHN; ROSE, CHRISTINE; HASLAM, PATRICIA; SEYMOUR, KEITH M.; DAVENPORT, DAVID PAUL; SANBORN, MELINDE LUTZ, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 144, Whole Number 573 (January 1990)
FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); CARNEY, JOHN B.; SHERMAN, RUTH WILDER; PLUMMER, JOHN; ROSE, CHRISTINE; HASLAM, PATRICIA; SEYMOUR, KEITH M.; DAVENPORT, DAVID PAUL; SANBORN, MELINDE LUTZ
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 144, Whole Number 573 (January 1990)
Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1990. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear. ; Contents: Carney, In search of Fayerweather: the Fayerweather family. Sherman, The Mary Atwood sampler. Plummer, Two John Jacksons from Dartmouth, Devon. Rose, Genealogical note: Fanny Deming, wife of Erastus Rose. Haslam, Deaths untimely: Fairfield County, Connecticut, superior court inquests 1715-1793. Seymour, Abigail, second wife of Cyprian Watson. Davenport, Family Bible records: Smith of Hadley, Massachusetts, and Walker. Sanborn, Maiden names from the Essex County, Massachusetts general sessions. Reviews of books. Recent acquisitions. ; 9.0" tall; 91 pages. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued .
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 FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); CRANDALL, RALPH J.; SMITH, DEAN CRAWFORD; REED, PAUL C.; MYERS, MARYA; JAMES, DONALD W. JR.; VARNEY, GEORGE W.; ROBERTSON, DAVID T.; RICHARDSON, DOUGLAS, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 149, Whole Number 594 (April 1995)
FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); CRANDALL, RALPH J.; SMITH, DEAN CRAWFORD; REED, PAUL C.; MYERS, MARYA; JAMES, DONALD W. JR.; VARNEY, GEORGE W.; ROBERTSON, DAVID T.; RICHARDSON, DOUGLAS
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 149, Whole Number 594 (April 1995)
Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear. Contents: Crandall, March 18, 1995 - remarks on the Society's sesquicentennial anniversary. Smith and Reed, Four generations of English ancestry for the Noyes families of New England. Myers and James, William and Rebecca (Easton) James of Newport, Rhode Island, and some of their descendants. Varney, Thomas Varney of Boston and some of his descendants (part two). Robertson, Descendants of Dennis Mero of Falmouth, Maine, Dorchester, Mass. and Norwich, Conn. Richardson, Heath - Johnson - Morris update: the ancestry of Agnes (Cheney) Heath. Reviews. Recent acquisitions. ; 9.0" tall; 110 pages. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued .
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 FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); HART, FREDERICK C. JR.; JETTÉ, RENÉ; ANDERSON, ROBERT CHARLES; GREENE, DAVID L.; ROBERTS, GARY BOYD; HYDE, MYRTLE STEVENS, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 150, Whole Number 600 (October 1996)
FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); HART, FREDERICK C. JR.; JETTÉ, RENÉ; ANDERSON, ROBERT CHARLES; GREENE, DAVID L.; ROBERTS, GARY BOYD; HYDE, MYRTLE STEVENS
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 150, Whole Number 600 (October 1996)
Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1996. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear. Contents: Hart, Keepers of the Matinicus Light: Isaac H. and Abbie E. (Burgess) Grant and their families. Jetté, Is the mystery of the origin of Agatha, wife of Edward the Exile finally solved? Anderson, The English origin of John Livermore of Watertown and New Haven. Greene, The Civil War years. Roberts, Recent progress in seventeenth-century New England genealogy: a bibliographical essay. Hyde, Corrected ancestry for Nathan Aldus of early Dedham, Massachusetts. Correction: Camfield/Canfield, Merwin. Reviews, recent acquisitions. Index to Volume 150. 9.0" tall; 175 pages. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued .
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 FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); BANGS, JEREMY DUPERTUIS; ARTHAUD, JOHN BRADLEY; CUMMINGS, ABBOTT LOWELL; WADHAMS, CHARLES H.; RICHARDSON, DOUGLAS; CLARK, DAVID LANG; ULLMANN, HELEN SCHATVET, The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 153, Whole Number 609 (January 1999)
FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); BANGS, JEREMY DUPERTUIS; ARTHAUD, JOHN BRADLEY; CUMMINGS, ABBOTT LOWELL; WADHAMS, CHARLES H.; RICHARDSON, DOUGLAS; CLARK, DAVID LANG; ULLMANN, HELEN SCHATVET
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 153, Whole Number 609 (January 1999)
Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1999. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Previous owner's name on table of contents page. Light reading wear throughout. Wrappers have light handling wear. Contents: Bangs, Towards a revision of the Pilgrims: three new pictures. Arthaud, The John Wallis family of Cape Ann, Massachusetts (part three). Cummings, John Comins (c. 1668-1751) of Woburn and Oxford, Massachusetts, and Windham County, Connecticut. Wadhams, Hannah Cushman? Which Hannah Cushman? Identifying Hannah Cushman, wife of Lawton Barker. Richardson, The English origin and ancestry of the Parker brothers of Massachusetts and of their probable aunt, Sarah Parker, wife of Edward Converse. Clark, John Mills of Bristol, Englnad and Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Ullmann, Some Fairfield County, Connecticut, Anglican church records. Reviews. 9.0" tall; 124 pages. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued .
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 FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); SPRAGUE, ELEANOR ROBBINS; ROBBINS, ANDREW WEST; WINSSER, JOHAN; SHAW, JONATHAN A.; BANGS, JEREMY D.; DUNKLE, ROBERT J.; RUOCCO, VALERIE; MARCH, DAVID F., The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 151, Whole Number 604 (October 1997)
FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); SPRAGUE, ELEANOR ROBBINS; ROBBINS, ANDREW WEST; WINSSER, JOHAN; SHAW, JONATHAN A.; BANGS, JEREMY D.; DUNKLE, ROBERT J.; RUOCCO, VALERIE; MARCH, DAVID F.
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 151, Whole Number 604 (October 1997)
Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1997. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear, small amount of writing at top of front. Contents: Sprague and Robbins, Untangling the evidence for two early Massachusetts Robbins families: George of Chelmsford (1657) and Robert of Concord (1671): part one. Winsser, Walter Blackborne, a London milliner briefly in New England. Shaw, John Shaw of Plymouth Colony, purchaser and canal builder (concluded): part two. Bankgs, Cornet Robert Stetson's arrival in Scituate and the birth date of his son Joseph. Corrections to volume 151: Collins, Lunt, and Kittery. Dunkle and Ruocco, Parish records of the First Church and Society of Kittery, Maine 1714 to 1791 (concluded): part four. March, Deaths in Boston: decedents reported in the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 1828-1829 (concluded): part two. Reviews. Index. 9.0" tall; 163 pages. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued .
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 FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); VARNEY, GEORGE W.; ROBERTSON, DAVID T.; HARRIS, GALE ION; BURKE, ANTHONY HALE; BOWEN, RICHARD LEBARON JR.; GRANT, ELEANOR D.; PARSONS, GERALD JAMES; SHAW, HELEN A., The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 149, Whole Number 593 (January 1995)
FISKE, JANE FLETCHER (ED.); VARNEY, GEORGE W.; ROBERTSON, DAVID T.; HARRIS, GALE ION; BURKE, ANTHONY HALE; BOWEN, RICHARD LEBARON JR.; GRANT, ELEANOR D.; PARSONS, GERALD JAMES; SHAW, HELEN A.
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 149, Whole Number 593 (January 1995)
Boston, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995. Softcover. Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear. Contents: Varney, Thomas Varney of Boston and some of his descendants (part one). Robertson, Some Savin Hill (Dorchester) families. Harris and Burke, Hannah Edwards, first wife of Joseph Hills of Glastonbury, Connecticut. Bowen, The lost first book of Barrington (R.I.) records. Grant, Abigail Chadbourne, wife of Benjamin Grant of Berwick, Maine. Parsons, The early Parsons families of the Connecticut Valley (part three, concluded). Shaw, Warnings out in Wardsborough, South District (Dover), Windham County, Vermont. Reviews. Recent acquisitions. ; 9.0" tall; 96 pages. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued .
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FLETCHER, DAVID
The Accident of Robert Luman
London: Macmillan & Co, 1988. First Edition. Black hardback cloth cover. 200mm x 130mm (8" x 5"). 186pp.. G : in Good condition with dust jacket. Pages brownig .
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FLETCHER, DAVID
Accomplices.
London, Eng. Macmillam. 1976, First Edition. Cloth, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. -minor foxing top edge else fine in near fine dust jacket, narrow band of tan rear panel, o/w white & bright. Fine/Fine.
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0707302420 FLETCHER, ANDREW / DAICHES, DAVID (ED), Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun: selected political writings and speeches 
FLETCHER, ANDREW / DAICHES, DAVID (ED)
Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun: selected political writings and speeches
Edinburgh, Scottish Academic Press, 1979. Used - Very Good. VG hardback in VG dustjacket 1st.ed.. Dust jacket spine faded; dj back panel yellowed. ISBN: 0707302420
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FLETCHER, ANDREW (OF SALTOUN). DAICHES, DAVID ED.
Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun. Selected Political Writings and Speeches.
Scottish Academic Press, 1979. Hardcover. Ex-library, o/wise good (no markings to text). No dj. 137pp.
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FLETCHER, DAVID
Angelo geht zum Karneval
Aschaffenburg Paul Pattloch . Mit Illustrationen,Gebundenes Bibliothekenexemplar(=foliert,Rückennummmer,Stempel),132 S.19x13,(060728) Guter Zustand
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FLETCHER DAVID.
The Blue Elephants.
London, Hutchinson. Hard Cover with dust jacket. Ill.: Doritie Kettlewell. D/W is un-clipped, it shows signs of wear and tear to edges and corners and has been repaired in places with scotch tape, covered in a protective wrapper. N.D but pencilled on title page is 1959. Book in blue covers with elephant design on front in black and black lettering to spine edge. Beautifully illustrated, 175pp. An adventure story for old and young alike. Very Good/Good.
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FLETCHER, DAVID
The Blue Elephants
Hutchinson, London nd Circa 1962. Hard Cover, Illustrated by: Doritie Kettlewell. Vg+ hardcover in vg unclipped dj now in mylar. PO gift inscription on ffep ow clean. dj has wear to corners and some short tears at top back . 1 inch tear at top front Still an attractive dj under mylar. 175pp vg+/vg .
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FLETCHER, DAVID
British Tanks of Wwii: (1) France & Belgium 1944 (Armor at War Series). (Cn7027)
Hong Kong, Concord Publications, 2000. First Edition. Paperback. Glossy pictorial softcover. First edition. Book is in fine condition, crisp and clean, with tight binding and sharp corners. Historic photos and detailed color illustrations as well as technical and crew info throughout. 4to. 72 pp. Fine .
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FLETCHER, DAVID
British Tanks of WWII. (1) France & Belgium 1944 (Publisher series: Armor at War Series.)
Hong Kong, Concord Publications. (ISBN: 962-361-650-3) . 2000. (4to paperback) Near fine. 72pp. Photographs, color illustrations. Publisher series: Armor at War Series 7027.
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FLETCHER, DAVID
British Tanks of WWII; (2) Holland & Germany 1944 / 1945 (Publisher series: Armor at War Series.)
Hong Kong, Concord Publications. (ISBN: 962-361-651-1) . 2001. (4to paperback) Very good. 72pp. Photographs, color illustrations. The book is slightly wrinkled and has some staining to the pages. Publisher series: Armor at War Series 7028.
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FLETCHER, DAVID
British Tanks of WWII (1) France & Belgium 1944 (#7027).
Concord Publications Company, 2000. First Edition. Softcover. Better than VG+ w/ light shelf and edge wear only. Very Good+ with No dust jacket as issued.
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Book number: 19242
USD 42.50 [Appr.: EURO 34.25 | £UK 30.5 | JP¥ 4527]
Keywords: Churchill Tank, Cromwell, M4a4, Sherman Iii, Crab, Flail, Crocodile, Universal Carrier, Bren, Humber, Falaise, Caen, Staghound

 
FLETCHER, DAVID
British Armour In The Second World War: Part 1, The Great Tank Scandal; Part 2, The Universal Tank. RARE 2 VOLUME SET..
HMSO, 1989. First Edition. Softcover. A RARE 2 VOLUME SET both softcover volumes show light shelf and edge/corner wear, are clean and bright, being tightly bound. Volume 1 ISBN: 0112904602 and Volume 2 ISBN: 011290534X (Published in 1993).. Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued.
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Book number: 19077
USD 325.00 [Appr.: EURO 262 | £UK 231.75 | JP¥ 34619]
Keywords: 0112904602, 011290534x, Early British Tanks, British Medium Tanks, British Mark Iv Tank, Great Tank Scandal, the Universal Tank.

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