Good. No Jacket. 6" x 9 3/4" Ex Lib Aviation GOOD / NO DUST JACKET. 591pp. Former Library Book. Text clean and unmarked except for usual library treatments. Illustrated with72 plates, 49 tables, 3 folding tables, 95 figures, and 11 text illustrations. Blue cloth boards with white compartment at spine letterd ingilt, boards soiledand scuffed, spine sunned, corners and spine top and tail rubbed. Front hinge good, back hinges starting to crack, textblock firm.
Fair. EX-LIBRARY book with typical library markings, stickers and/or card pocket. May have the word "discard" stamped on page(s). Heavily used book, not pretty, but acceptable reading copy. Covers may have heavy shelfwear and edgewear. Pages may include highlighting, writing and other markings. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Ships quickly. Thanks for looking! !
Good in good dust jacket. Ex-library. structurally intact and tight, slight yellowing to pages, minimal soil and/or wear, library system withdrawn with typical markings and pocket, cello cover over dust jacket has kept book in better overall condition,... 591 pages, Includes Index, Illustrations, Maps, Charts "In recounting the history of the world's airlines from 1912 to 1962, Mr. Davies tells an exciting story, from the bush taxi services in the backblocks of Australia to the latest jets across the Atlantic. He begins with the earliest planes to carry mail on a regular schedule, and describes the foundation of all the great airlines, as well as dozens of small, shortlived ones, in every country of the world. " Includes photographs, illustrations and pull-out tables
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