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Vintage Football Programmes, Soccer Programmes
TitleDate/numberDescriptionConditionPrice (GBP)Ref no.Picture (click to enlarge)
Vintage Royal Air Force magazines - Air Mail
Title Date/number Description Condition Price (GBP) Ref no. Picture (click to enlarge)
Air MailSeptember/October 196525th Anniversary of the Battle of BritainSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0033airmail magazine, 1965
Air MailJuly/August 1965Miss RAFA 1965Some wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0034airmail magazine, 1965
Air MailMatch 1963Royal patrons of the Royal Air ForceSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0033airmail magazine, 1963
Air MailJuly 1963Conference EditionSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0034airmail magazine, 1963
Air MailMarch 1964Carpet Garden in EastbourneSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0035airmail magazine, 1964
Vintage cinema magazines - Picturegoer
Title Date/number Cover star Condition Price (GBP) Ref no. Picture (click to enlarge)
PicturegoerNovember 10th 1945Ann ToddSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0023picturegoer magazine, ann todd, 1945
PicturegoerJanuary 5th 1946Googie WithersSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0024picturegoer magazine, googie withers, 1946
PicturegoerOctober 4th 1941Norma ShearerSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0025picturegoer magazine, norma shearer, 1941
PicturegoerMay 29th 1943Anna NeagleSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0026picturegoer magazine, anna neagle, 1943
PicturegoerSeptember 1st 1945Arturo de Cordova, Betty HuttonSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0027picturegoer magazine, artura de cordova, betty hutton, 1945
PicturegoerJuly 10th 1943Alan LaddSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0028picturegoer magazine, alan ladd, 1943
PicturegoerDecember 5th 1945Dennis MorganSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0029picturegoer magazine, dennis morgan, 1945
PicturegoerNovember 13th 1943Rosamund JohnSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0030picturegoer magazine, rosamund john, 1943
PicturegoerAugust 19th 1944Robert Donat, Deborah KerrSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0031picturegoer magazine, robert donat, deborah kerr, 1944
PicturegoerNovember 15th 1941Laraine Day, Lew AyresSome wear and tear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0032picturegoer magazine, laraine day, lew ayres, 1941
Vintage music magazines - Jazz Journal
Title Date/number Cover star(s) Condition Price (GBP) Ref no. Picture (click to enlarge)
Jazz JournalFebruary 1961Dave BrubeckSome light wear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0035jazz journal, february 1961, dave brubeck
Jazz JournalMarch 1961Memphis SlimSome light wear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0037jazz journal, march 1961, memphis slim
Jazz JournalMay 1961Cab CallowaySome light wear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0042jazz journal, may 1961, cab calloway
Jazz JournalSeptember 1961Peggy LeeSome light wear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0034jazz hournal, september 1961, peggy lee
Jazz JournalJanuary 1962Erroll GarnerSome light wear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0039jazz journal, january 1962, erroll garner
Jazz JournalFebruary 1962Coleman HawkinsSome light wear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0041jazz journal, february 1962, coleman hawkins
Jazz JournalJuly 1962Lucky ThompsonSome light wear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0040jazz journal, july 1962, lucky thompson
Jazz JournalFebruary 1963Russell ProcopeSome light wear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0038jazz journal, february 1963, russell procope
Jazz JournalJuly 1963Bud Freeman, Buck Clayton, Dizzy GillespieSome light wear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0033jazz journal, july 1963, bud freeman, buck clayton, dizzy gillespie
Jazz JournalFebruary 1964Duke EllingtonSome light wear but pretty good for its age 2.99MG0036jazz journal, february 1964, duke ellington
Vintage photography magazines - 35mm photography, focal photo guides
Title Date/number Description Condition Price (GBP) Ref no. Picture (click to enlarge)
35mm PhotographyMarch 1965Great photography magazine from the 1960's. Featuring articles on: two-four technique; hints on camera careSome light wear and creasing but pretty good for its age 4.99MG000735mm photography magazine, march 1965
35mm PhotographyAugust 1965Great photography magazine from the 1960's. Featuring articles on: taking a holiday; cash from car shots; 'half' on trial; Konica 'eye'Some light wear but pretty good for its age 4.99MG000835mm photography magazine, august 1965
35mm PhotographySeptember 1965Great photography magazine from the 1960's. Featuring articles on: Dogs and a camera; Shooting a sequence; the countryside and the freelanceSome light wear but pretty good for its age 4.99MG001035mm photography magazine, september 1965
35mm PhotographyAugust 1964Great photography magazine from the 1960's. Featuring articles on: test report on the Miranda Automex II; transport contest; masters of the miniature (J.R.Davies)Some wear and tear but good for age 3.99MG001135mm photography magazine, august 1964
Focal Photo GuideNumber 36All About Camera Technique - Using a Miniature Camera- Percy W.HarrisSome light wear but pretty good for its age 3.99MG0012focal photo guide, using a miniature
Vintage car magazines
Title Date Description Condition Price (GBP) Ref no. Picture (click to enlarge)
Motor SportFebruary 1959Fascinating car magazine from the 1950's. Amongst the articles are: the Volvo 122S; the 34th M.C.C. Exeter Trial; Lydstep Hill Climb; Cat's Eyes Rally; a visit to Vauxhall motors; the trend of racing car design; enthusuast's directory no. 14 clothing for the motorist; Citroen DS19; Fiat 500; 1938 Rolls-Royce Phantom III; Vauxhall Victor; Series II Sunbeam Rapier; Ford Thunderbird; 328 cc Unicar; Fiat Millecento; Austin-Healey Sprite; Vauxhall Cresta; Jaguar XK150; Ford Consul; Humber Super Snipe; Pictorial Review featuring M.C.C. Exeter Trail, B.R.S.C.C. Boxing Day Brands Hatch; Lotus plans for 1959; road test report on the new Auston A40 Saloon de Luxe; and filled with other articles and adverts typical of the era, including anadvert for Trafalgar windscreen washers where serious looking men in white lab coats suggest that "In my opinion nobody should be allowed on the road without one".Some wear and tear to the cover but pretty good for its age 3.99MG0003Motor Sport magazine, February 1959
Motor SportMarch 1959Fascinating car magazine from the 1950's. Amongst the articles are: 1959 MonteCarlo Rally; hot VW's; V.S.C.C. Heston Driving Tests; some thoughts on the actuation of inclined overhead valves without resort to O.H. camshafts (now some one out there has got to be simply dying to read this); great adverts for the V.W. Beetle and V.W. Devon Caravanette; Pictorial Review featuring Thames Estuary C.C. Cat's Eyes Rally, V.S.C.C. Heston Meeting; the 1959 Lister-Jaguar; the Simca Aronde P.60 Montlhery saloon; Simca Aronde; M.G. Magnette; and filled with other articles and adverts typical of the era (including perhaps the most unmissable offer of the century - "Cars on Your Pants" - veteran cars on your trousers for just 10 shillings and 6 pence a pair).Some very light wear to the cover but pretty good for its age 4.99MG0004Motor Sport magazine, March 1959
Motor SportMarch 1960Fascinating car magazine from 1960. Amongst the articles are: the Argentine Temporada; the 1934 Sunbeam Twenty-Five; the 1939 Hansa 1100; the Riley 1.5; military VW's; the Porsche 356B; Sunbeam Rapier; the Volvo P1800; Pictorial review covering the Monte Carlo Rally, the Cat's Eyes Rally and the V.S.C.C. Charterhouse Meeting with great pictures of Saab, Morros Minor, Zephyr, Triumph Herald and others; a feature on modern tyres and shock absorbers;; and filled with other articles and adverts typical of the era including a somewhat baffling advert for Ford servicing which claims "Take it from me, it's not all honey being an industrial photographer" - clearly not, and you'd be a fool to think otherwise!". Some light wear to the cover but pretty good for its age 4.99MG0006Motor Sport magazine, March 1960
Vintage train magazines
Title Date Description Condition Price (GBP) Ref no. Picture (click to enlarge)
Trains IllustratedMay 1950Vintage, train enthusiast magazine from 1950. Articles include "Climbing Shap Fell", "The Light Sheppey Railway", "A Western Region Miscellany", "A Famous 4-4-0 Design" and "The Case for the Gas Turbine", plus the usual "Motive Power Miscellany", "Locomotive Stock Changes" and some great pictures of steam trains.A bit tatty, but still a great little magazine 2.99MG0059Trains Illustrated magazine, May 1950
Trains IllustratedDecember 1951Vintage, train enthusiast magazine from 1951. Articles include "Locomotive Running Past and Present - The Bristol Road", "The Job of a Shed Master", "The Midland 0-6-4 Tanks", "Poppet Valves" and "East Grinstead, a Sussex Crossroads", plus the usual "Motive Power Miscellany", "Locomotive Stock Changes" and some great pictures of steam trains.Some wear and tear but pretty good for its age 3.99MG0052Trains Illustrated magazine, December 1951
Trains IllustratedApril 1954Vintage, train enthusiast magazine from 1954. Articles include "High Speed on the Bournemouth Line", "Spanish Summer", "Land Cruise Through North Wales", "An Excursionist's Guide to The Somerset and Dorset" and "Copley Hill Pacifics and Men", plus the usual "Motive Power Miscellany", "Locomotive Stock Changes" and some great pictures of steam trains.Some light wear and tear but pretty good for its age 3.99MG0047Trains Illustrated magazine, April 1954
Books - Penguin & Pelican
TitleAuthorPublisherNumberFinishConditionPrice (GBP)Ref no. Picture (click to enlarge)
SanctuaryWilliam FaulknerPenguin, 1955 reprint899PaperbackLight wear to the edges of the cover and binding, with a small tear to the bottom of the binding. Pages are clean with no folds or creases. 2.49BK0070William Faulkner - Sanctuary, Penguin paperback, number 899
Hurry on DownJohn WainPenguin, 1961 reprint1442PaperbackLight wear to cover. Light foxing to the cover and pages. Pages have no folds, tears or creases. 2.49BK0051John Wain - Hurry on Down, Penguin paperback, number 1442
Memories of a Catholic GirlhoodMary McCarthyPenguin first edition, 19631938PaperbackBook has some light creasing to the cover. Pages are clean with no tears or creases. 1.99BK0065Mary McCarthy - Memories of a Catholic Girlhood, Penguin paperback, number 1938
The GreeksH.D.F.KittoPelican, 1965 reprintA220PaperbackCreasing to the cover, and signs of light foxing to the pages, but no tears, creases or writing inside the book. 1.99BK0045H.D.F.Kitto - The Greeks, Pelican paperback, number A220
The Ant WorldDerek Wragge MorleyPelican first edition, 1953A240PaperbackCreasing to the spine, and a nick on the back cover. Cover and pages show signs of foxing, and some light staining, but there are no tears or creasing. 1.99BK0044Derek Wragge Morley - The Ant World, Pelican paperback, number A240
Human GroupsW.J.H.SprottPelican, 1967 reprintA346PaperbackCover and spine are worn. Hand-written annotation inside front cover. Pages are clean with no creasing or tears. 1.99BK0049W.J.H.Sprott - Human Groups, Pelican paperback, number A346
Books - i-Spy
Title Author Publisher ISBN number Finish Condition Price (GBP) Ref no. Picture (click to enlarge)
i-Spy At The Zoo Published by The Dickens Press, c.1967 PaperbackSome creasing to the front cover, unmarked inside apart from a signature 3.99BK0035i-Spy at the zoo, 1967
i-Spy Garden Flowers Published by The Dickens Press, c.1965 PaperbackSome light wear to the cover, one page loose, unmarked inside 3.99BK0036i-Spy garden flowers, 1965
i-Spy All The Year Round Published by The Dickens Press, c.1964 PaperbackSome light wear to the cover, unmarked inside 3.99BK0037i-Spy all the year round, 1964
Books - gardening, trees, shrubs, plants
Title Author Publisher ISBN number Finish Condition Price (GBP) Ref no. Picture (click to enlarge)
My Garden's Choice of Rock Plants, Trees and Flowering Shrubs and Herbaceous PlantsTheo. A. Stephens and A. T. JohnsonPublished by C. Arthur Pearson Limited, first impression 1951, contains 24 colour plates and 144 half-tone illustrations from photographs by A. T. Johnson. HardbackHardback with no dust jacket, hand-written greeting inside, generally clean pages with just the occasional spotting 2.99BK0021My Garden's Choice of Rock Plants, Theo. A. Stephens and A. T. Johnson, 1951
Collecting Hardy Plants for Interest and ProfitRoy GendersPublished by the Garden Book Club, 1959 HardbackHardback with no dust jacket, staining to binding, pages generaly clean with some staining/spotting to edges 2.99BK0022Collecting Hardy Plants for Interest and Profit, Roy Genders, 1959
Trees and Shrubs Throughout the YearBlanche Henrey and W.J.BeanPublished by Lindsay Drummond Limited, third impression 1947, 58 colour and black and white plates HardbackHardback with no dust jacket, pages generaly clean with some staining/spotting to edges 2.99BK0023Trees and Shrubs Throughout the Year, Blanche Henrey and W.J.Bean, 1947

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