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Sabre 5 & 6 Shortcuts Manual

Canadair Limited


(Book #ID 14224)

Published by Canadair Limited, Montreal Issued by Sales Service Division Third edition July 1956. 1956.

Publisher's original ring bound black leatherette covers, silver stamping to upper panel. 8vo 6¾" x 4" 98 pp. Many fold-out diagrammatic, cross-section, isometric, orthographic projections and electrical illustrations. Quote to title page 'This booklet is for informational purposes only' In other words you are advised not to build your own aeroplane from these plans!! In Very Good condition with name to title page. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Mac's Memoirs; The Flying Life of Squadron-Leader McGregor

Cunningham, G. H. [Squadron-Leader McGregor]


(Book #ID 86956)

Published by A. H. & A. W. Reed, 33 Jetty Street, Dunedin and Wellington, New Zealand First Edition 1937. 1937.

First edition hard back binding in publisher's original air force blue cloth covers, black title and author lettering to the spine and to the front cover. 8vo. 8½'' x 6''. Contains 157 printed pages of text with monochrome photographs throughout. Shallow rubs to the softened spine ends. Very Good condition book in Good condition dust wrapper with large pieces of paper missing to the spine, appropriately coloured paper laid behind, not price clipped 7/6. Dust wrapper supplied in archive acetate film protection, it does not adhere to the book or to the dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Chingflier | Chingford Aerodrome Fortnightly Magazine | A Fortnightly Chronicle of the Happenings at Chingford R.N. Air Station | Issue Number 17 Volume I (July 7th 1917).

Chingford | Military Aerodrome Later Temporary Civil Aerodrome. [Edited by C. M. Wightman]. Cartoons by G. Mockford, Charles E. Turner [Frederick Warren Merriam, R.N. 1880-1956]


(Book #ID 97455)

Published in House and Printed by F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, Times Office, 14 King Street, Richmond, Surrey First Edition July 7th 1917. 1917.

First and only edition in publisher's original wire stapled illustrated paper covers [soft back], illustrated advertisement to the rear cover. 8vo. 9¾'' x 7¼''. Military aerodrome later temporary civil aerodrome, RNAS Aeroplane School, RFC | RAF Training Depot Station, 138 Squadron (Avro 504Bs & 504Es Later Bristol F.2 Fighters). The first mention of this aerodrome is on 15th May 1915 when Flight Commander Hyde-Thomson (RNAS) was awarded Pilot Certificate No. 1245 flying a Bristol Biplane from here. He also listed flying a Wight Seaplane from CALSHOT. Between 1915 and 1919 it was used to train around 1,000 pilots before they were sent to Europe, shortly afterwards the aerodrome closed in 1919. This 'in-house' magazine named 'The Chingflier' had a short history and was published between October 1916 to February 1918. Contains 22 printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, including full-page cartoons specially drawn for 'The Chingflier' by G. Mockford and Charles E. Turner. Includes a full-page famous photograph of Frederick Warren Merriam whose claim to fame was becoming the first pilot to fly through the clouds. Merriam, then 34 years old, was an instructor at Brooklands Aerodrome near Weybridge in Surrey. On one occasion he crash-landed upside down in a sewage farm and emerged unhurt but stinking from the wreckage. Many years later the incident would become an inspiration for a scene in the comedy film 'Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines'. His favourite trick was to make low passes over his home near the air strip and if his legs were dangling out of the plane it was a sign to his wife that he would be home for lunch. Front cover missing, war-time paper tanning and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Chingflier | Chingford Aerodrome Fortnightly Magazine | A Fortnightly Chronicle of the Happenings at Chingford R.N. Air Station | Issue Number 10 Volume I (March 31st 1917).

Chingford | Military Aerodrome Later Temporary Civil Aerodrome. [Edited by C. M. Wightman]. Cartoons by S. L. Stocks, Charles E. Turner


(Book #ID 97447)

Published in House and Printed by F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, Times Office, 14 King Street, Richmond, Surrey First Edition March 31st 1917. 1917.

First and only edition in publisher's original wire stapled illustrated paper covers [soft back], illustrated advertisement to the rear cover. 8vo. 9¾'' x 7¼''. Military aerodrome later temporary civil aerodrome, RNAS Aeroplane School, RFC | RAF Training Depot Station, 138 Squadron (Avro 504Bs & 504Es Later Bristol F.2 Fighters). The first mention of this aerodrome is on 15th May 1915 when Flight Commander Hyde-Thomson (RNAS) was awarded Pilot Certificate No. 1245 flying a Bristol Biplane from here. He also listed flying a Wight Seaplane from CALSHOT. Between 1915 and 1919 it was used to train around 1,000 pilots before they were sent to Europe, shortly afterwards the aerodrome closed in 1919. This 'in-house' magazine named 'The Chingflier' had a short history and was published between October 1916 to February 1918. Contains 24 (including the covers) printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, including full-page cartoons specially drawn for 'The Chingflier' by S. L. Stocks and Charles E. Turner. Staples rusty and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Aero Manual 1910 | A Manual of Mechanically-Propelled Human Flight, Covering the History of the Work of Early Investigators, and of the Pioneer Work of the Last Century. Recent Successes, and the Reasons Therefor, are Dealt with, Together with Many Constructive Details Concerning Airships, Aeroplanes, Gliders, Etc.

Compiled by the Staff of 'The Motor'.


(Book #ID 95832)

Published by David & Charles Ltd., Brunel House, Newton Abbot, Devon Reprinted Edition 1972. 1972.

Hard back binding in publisher's original slate blue covers, gilt title lettering to the spine. 8vo. 8'' x 5¼''. Originally published in 1910 within a few months of the first flight across the English Channel, this second edition of The Aero Manual is a fascinating record of the aeronautical scene and of the extent of technical knowledge at the time. Contains [xxxiv] 208 printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout. Fine condition book in Very Good condition dust wrapper with light rubbing to the spine ends, not price clipped. Dust wrapper supplied in archive acetate film protection. Member of the P.B.F.A. ISBN 0715355120

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The Chingflier | Chingford Aerodrome Fortnightly Magazine | A Fortnightly Chronicle of the Happenings at Chingford R.N. Air Station | Issue Number 23 Volume II (December 1917).

Chingford | Military Aerodrome Later Temporary Civil Aerodrome. [Edited by C. M. Wightman]. Cartoons by L. M. Ball, Charles E. Turner, L. Irving, F. W. Harrison, H. W. Potter, T. J. Offer, Edgar Grinsted, G. Mockford, Miss Doris Rink, F. R. Wicks, Albert Hindle.


(Book #ID 97460)

Published in House and Printed by F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, Times Office, 14 King Street, Richmond, Surrey First Edition December 1917. 1917.

First and only edition in publisher's original stitched illustrated paper covers [soft back], illustrated advertisement to the rear cover. 8vo. 9¾'' x 7¼''. Military aerodrome later temporary civil aerodrome, RNAS Aeroplane School, RFC | RAF Training Depot Station, 138 Squadron (Avro 504Bs & 504Es Later Bristol F.2 Fighters). The first mention of this aerodrome is on 15th May 1915 when Flight Commander Hyde-Thomson (RNAS) was awarded Pilot Certificate No. 1245 flying a Bristol Biplane from here. He also listed flying a Wight Seaplane from CALSHOT. Between 1915 and 1919 it was used to train around 1,000 pilots before they were sent to Europe, shortly afterwards the aerodrome closed in 1919. This 'in-house' magazine named 'The Chingflier' had a short history and was published between October 1916 to February 1918. Contains 76 (including the covers) printed pages of text with two full-page colour plates [one is loose] by Flt. Comd. L. Irving, and Lieut. T. J. Offer, monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, including full-page cartoons specially drawn for 'The Chingflier' by L. M. Ball, Charles E. Turner, L. Irving, F. W. Harrison, H. W. Potter, T. J. Offer, Edgar Grinsted, G. Mockford, Miss Doris Rink, F. R. Wicks,and Albert Hindle. Repaired tears to the edges of the covers, fold line down the centre of the front cover and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Chingflier | Chingford Aerodrome Magazine | A Monthly Chronicle of the Happenings at Chingford R.N. Air Station | Issue Number 22 Volume II (November 1917).

Chingford | Military Aerodrome Later Temporary Civil Aerodrome. [Edited by C. M. Wightman]. Cartoons by F. R. Wicks, Albert Hindle, J. B. Linklater


(Book #ID 97459)

Published in House and Printed by F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, Times Office, 14 King Street, Richmond, Surrey First Edition November 1917. 1917.

First and only edition in publisher's original wire stapled illustrated paper covers [soft back], illustrated advertisement to the rear cover. 8vo. 9¾'' x 7¼''. Military aerodrome later temporary civil aerodrome, RNAS Aeroplane School, RFC | RAF Training Depot Station, 138 Squadron (Avro 504Bs & 504Es Later Bristol F.2 Fighters). The first mention of this aerodrome is on 15th May 1915 when Flight Commander Hyde-Thomson (RNAS) was awarded Pilot Certificate No. 1245 flying a Bristol Biplane from here. He also listed flying a Wight Seaplane from CALSHOT. Between 1915 and 1919 it was used to train around 1,000 pilots before they were sent to Europe, shortly afterwards the aerodrome closed in 1919. This 'in-house' magazine named 'The Chingflier' had a short history and was published between October 1916 to February 1918. Contains 34 (including the covers) printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, including full-page cartoons specially drawn for 'The Chingflier' by F. R. Wicks, Albert Hindle, and J. B. Linklater. Staples rusty, light soiling to the covers and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Chingflier | Chingford Aerodrome Magazine | A Monthly Chronicle of the Happenings at Chingford R.N. Air Station | Issue Number 21 Volume II (October 1917).

Chingford | Military Aerodrome Later Temporary Civil Aerodrome. [Edited by C. M. Wightman]. Cartoons by J. B. Linklater, Albert Hindle, A. M. Mockford, F. R. Wicks


(Book #ID 97458)

Published in House and Printed by F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, Times Office, 14 King Street, Richmond, Surrey First Edition October 1917. 1917.

First and only edition in publisher's original wire stapled illustrated paper covers [soft back], illustrated advertisement to the rear cover. 8vo. 9¾'' x 7¼''. Military aerodrome later temporary civil aerodrome, RNAS Aeroplane School, RFC | RAF Training Depot Station, 138 Squadron (Avro 504Bs & 504Es Later Bristol F.2 Fighters). The first mention of this aerodrome is on 15th May 1915 when Flight Commander Hyde-Thomson (RNAS) was awarded Pilot Certificate No. 1245 flying a Bristol Biplane from here. He also listed flying a Wight Seaplane from CALSHOT. Between 1915 and 1919 it was used to train around 1,000 pilots before they were sent to Europe, shortly afterwards the aerodrome closed in 1919. This 'in-house' magazine named 'The Chingflier' had a short history and was published between October 1916 to February 1918. Contains 36 (including the covers) printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, including full-page cartoons specially drawn for 'The Chingflier' by J. B. Linklater, A. Hindle, A. M. Mockford, and F. R. Wicks. Staples rusty and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Chingflier | Chingford Aerodrome Magazine | A Monthly Chronicle of the Happenings at Chingford R.N. Air Station | Issue Number 20 Volume II (September 1917).

Chingford | Military Aerodrome Later Temporary Civil Aerodrome. [Edited by C. M. Wightman]. Cartoons by Charles E. Turner, A. M. Mockford, Russ Barkley


(Book #ID 97457)

Published in House and Printed by F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, Times Office, 14 King Street, Richmond, Surrey First Edition September 1917. 1917.

First and only edition in publisher's original wire stapled illustrated paper covers [soft back], illustrated advertisement to the rear cover. 8vo. 9¾'' x 7¼''. Military aerodrome later temporary civil aerodrome, RNAS Aeroplane School, RFC | RAF Training Depot Station, 138 Squadron (Avro 504Bs & 504Es Later Bristol F.2 Fighters). The first mention of this aerodrome is on 15th May 1915 when Flight Commander Hyde-Thomson (RNAS) was awarded Pilot Certificate No. 1245 flying a Bristol Biplane from here. He also listed flying a Wight Seaplane from CALSHOT. Between 1915 and 1919 it was used to train around 1,000 pilots before they were sent to Europe, shortly afterwards the aerodrome closed in 1919. This 'in-house' magazine named 'The Chingflier' had a short history and was published between October 1916 to February 1918. Contains 34 (including the covers) printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, including full-page cartoons specially drawn for 'The Chingflier' by Charles E. Turner, A. M. Mockford and Russ Barkley. Staples rusty, repaired tears to the edges of the covers and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Chingflier | Chingford Aerodrome Fortnightly Magazine | A Fortnightly Chronicle of the Happenings at Chingford R.N. Air Station | Issue Number 18 Volume I (July 21st 1917).

Chingford | Military Aerodrome Later Temporary Civil Aerodrome. [Edited by C. M. Wightman]. Cartoons by G. Mockford, T. J. Offer


(Book #ID 97456)

Published in House and Printed by F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, Times Office, 14 King Street, Richmond, Surrey First Edition July 21st 1917. 1917.

First and only edition in publisher's original wire stapled illustrated paper covers [soft back], illustrated advertisement to the rear cover. 8vo. 9¾'' x 7¼''. Military aerodrome later temporary civil aerodrome, RNAS Aeroplane School, RFC | RAF Training Depot Station, 138 Squadron (Avro 504Bs & 504Es Later Bristol F.2 Fighters). The first mention of this aerodrome is on 15th May 1915 when Flight Commander Hyde-Thomson (RNAS) was awarded Pilot Certificate No. 1245 flying a Bristol Biplane from here. He also listed flying a Wight Seaplane from CALSHOT. Between 1915 and 1919 it was used to train around 1,000 pilots before they were sent to Europe, shortly afterwards the aerodrome closed in 1919. This 'in-house' magazine named 'The Chingflier' had a short history and was published between October 1916 to February 1918. Contains 24 (including the covers) printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, including full-page cartoons specially drawn for 'The Chingflier' by G. Mockford and T. J. Offer. Staples rusty, marks to the covers and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Chingflier | Chingford Aerodrome Fortnightly Magazine | A Fortnightly Chronicle of the Happenings at Chingford R.N. Air Station | Issue Number 16 Volume I (June 23rd 1917).

Chingford | Military Aerodrome Later Temporary Civil Aerodrome. [Edited by C. M. Wightman]. Cartoons by A. M. Mockford, Charles E. Turner, T. J. Offer


(Book #ID 97454)

Published in House and Printed by F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, Times Office, 14 King Street, Richmond, Surrey First Edition June 23rd 1917. 1917.

First and only edition in publisher's original wire stapled illustrated paper covers [soft back], illustrated advertisement to the rear cover. 8vo. 9¾'' x 7¼''. Military aerodrome later temporary civil aerodrome, RNAS Aeroplane School, RFC | RAF Training Depot Station, 138 Squadron (Avro 504Bs & 504Es Later Bristol F.2 Fighters). The first mention of this aerodrome is on 15th May 1915 when Flight Commander Hyde-Thomson (RNAS) was awarded Pilot Certificate No. 1245 flying a Bristol Biplane from here. He also listed flying a Wight Seaplane from CALSHOT. Between 1915 and 1919 it was used to train around 1,000 pilots before they were sent to Europe, shortly afterwards the aerodrome closed in 1919. This 'in-house' magazine named 'The Chingflier' had a short history and was published between October 1916 to February 1918. Contains 24 (including the covers) printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, including full-page cartoons specially drawn for 'The Chingflier' by A. M. Mockford, Charles E. Turner, T. J. Offer. Staples rusty, war-time paper tanning and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Chingflier | Chingford Aerodrome Fortnightly Magazine | A Fortnightly Chronicle of the Happenings at Chingford R.N. Air Station | Issue Number 15 Volume I (June 9th 1917).

Chingford | Military Aerodrome Later Temporary Civil Aerodrome. [Edited by C. M. Wightman]. Cartoons by G. Mockford, A. M. Mockford,


(Book #ID 97453)

Published in House and Printed by F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, Times Office, 14 King Street, Richmond, Surrey First Edition June 9th 1917. 1917.

First and only edition in publisher's original wire stapled illustrated paper covers [soft back], illustrated advertisement to the rear cover. 8vo. 9¾'' x 7¼''. Military aerodrome later temporary civil aerodrome, RNAS Aeroplane School, RFC | RAF Training Depot Station, 138 Squadron (Avro 504Bs & 504Es Later Bristol F.2 Fighters). The first mention of this aerodrome is on 15th May 1915 when Flight Commander Hyde-Thomson (RNAS) was awarded Pilot Certificate No. 1245 flying a Bristol Biplane from here. He also listed flying a Wight Seaplane from CALSHOT. Between 1915 and 1919 it was used to train around 1,000 pilots before they were sent to Europe, shortly afterwards the aerodrome closed in 1919. This 'in-house' magazine named 'The Chingflier' had a short history and was published between October 1916 to February 1918. Contains 24 (including the covers) printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, including full-page cartoons specially drawn for 'The Chingflier' by G. Mockford and A. M. Mockford. Staples rusty, war-time paper tanning and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Chingflier | Chingford Aerodrome Fortnightly Magazine | A Fortnightly Chronicle of the Happenings at Chingford R.N. Air Station | Special Sports Souvenir Edition (June 1917).

Chingford | Military Aerodrome Later Temporary Civil Aerodrome. [Edited by C. M. Wightman]. Cartoons by William Heath Robinson (31 May 1872 - 13 September 1944), C. E. Brock, Charles E. Turner, T. J. Offer, S. L. Stocks, A. M. Mockford, G. Mockford, A. M. Davies, T. Offer, K. B. Preston, A. M. Bingham.


(Book #ID 97452)

Published in House and Printed by F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, Times Office, 14 King Street, Richmond, Surrey First Edition June 1917. 1917.

First and only edition in publisher's original wire stapled illustrated paper covers [soft back], illustrated advertisement to the rear cover. 8vo. 9¾'' x 7¼''. Military aerodrome later temporary civil aerodrome, RNAS Aeroplane School, RFC | RAF Training Depot Station, 138 Squadron (Avro 504Bs & 504Es Later Bristol F.2 Fighters). The first mention of this aerodrome is on 15th May 1915 when Flight Commander Hyde-Thomson (RNAS) was awarded Pilot Certificate No. 1245 flying a Bristol Biplane from here. He also listed flying a Wight Seaplane from CALSHOT. Between 1915 and 1919 it was used to train around 1,000 pilots before they were sent to Europe, shortly afterwards the aerodrome closed in 1919. This 'in-house' magazine named 'The Chingflier' had a short history and was published between October 1916 to February 1918. Contains 38 (including the covers) printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, including full-page cartoons specially drawn for 'The Chingflier' by W. Heath Robinson, C. E. Brock, Charles E. Turner, T. J. Offer, S. L. Stocks, A. M. Mockford, G. Mockford, A. M. Davies, T. Offer, K. B. Preston, and A. M. Bingham. Staples rusty and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Chingflier | Chingford Aerodrome Fortnightly Magazine | A Fortnightly Chronicle of the Happenings at Chingford R.N. Air Station | Issue Number 14 Volume I (May 26th 1917).

Chingford | Military Aerodrome Later Temporary Civil Aerodrome. [Edited by C. M. Wightman]. Cartoons by A. M. Mockford, Charles E. Turner


(Book #ID 97451)

Published in House and Printed by F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, Times Office, 14 King Street, Richmond, Surrey First Edition May 26th 1917. 1917.

First and only edition in publisher's original wire stapled illustrated paper covers [soft back], illustrated advertisement to the rear cover. 8vo. 9¾'' x 7¼''. Military aerodrome later temporary civil aerodrome, RNAS Aeroplane School, RFC | RAF Training Depot Station, 138 Squadron (Avro 504Bs & 504Es Later Bristol F.2 Fighters). The first mention of this aerodrome is on 15th May 1915 when Flight Commander Hyde-Thomson (RNAS) was awarded Pilot Certificate No. 1245 flying a Bristol Biplane from here. He also listed flying a Wight Seaplane from CALSHOT. Between 1915 and 1919 it was used to train around 1,000 pilots before they were sent to Europe, shortly afterwards the aerodrome closed in 1919. This 'in-house' magazine named 'The Chingflier' had a short history and was published between October 1916 to February 1918. Contains 24 (including the covers) printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, including full-page cartoons specially drawn for 'The Chingflier' by A. M. Mockford and Charles E. Turner. Staples rusty, tanning to the war-time paper and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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The Chingflier | Chingford Aerodrome Fortnightly Magazine | A Fortnightly Chronicle of the Happenings at Chingford R.N. Air Station | Issue Number 13 Volume I (May 12th 1917).

Chingford | Military Aerodrome Later Temporary Civil Aerodrome. [Edited by C. M. Wightman]. Cartoons by William Heath Robinson (31 May 1872 - 13 September 1944), and Charles E. Turner.


(Book #ID 97450)

Published in House and Printed by F. W. Dimbleby & Sons, Times Office, 14 King Street, Richmond, Surrey First Edition May 12th 1917. 1917.

First and only edition in publisher's original wire stapled illustrated paper covers [soft back], illustrated advertisement to the rear cover. 8vo. 9¾'' x 7¼''. Military aerodrome later temporary civil aerodrome, RNAS Aeroplane School, RFC | RAF Training Depot Station, 138 Squadron (Avro 504Bs & 504Es Later Bristol F.2 Fighters). The first mention of this aerodrome is on 15th May 1915 when Flight Commander Hyde-Thomson (RNAS) was awarded Pilot Certificate No. 1245 flying a Bristol Biplane from here. He also listed flying a Wight Seaplane from CALSHOT. Between 1915 and 1919 it was used to train around 1,000 pilots before they were sent to Europe, shortly afterwards the aerodrome closed in 1919. This 'in-house' magazine named 'The Chingflier' had a short history and was published between October 1916 to February 1918. Contains 28 (including the covers) printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, including full-page cartoons specially drawn for 'The Chingflier' by William Heath Robinson and Charles E. Turner. Staples rusty, tanning to the war-time paper and in Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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