Like New. Like new large paperback! No spine crease. Binding is tight and square. Text is clean, unmarked. (Shelf location: BG) All items carefully packed to avoid damage from moisture and rough handling. Tracking included.
Very good. No dust jacket as iss. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 119 p. Famous Aircraft of the National Air & Space Museum, 7. Audience: General/trade. Part 7 of the Famous Aircraft of the National Air and Space Museum.
B/W Photo Plates. Fine. 11" x 8 1/2" 119 pp. Clean, crisp and tight contents appear to have been seldom viewed. Equally-clean end pages illustrate scale drawings of the 1917 Dayton Wright DH-4. Colorful, fresh wraps with small folded area near spine. No. 7 of the featured Famous Aircraft of the National Air and Space Museum. Includes story of the beginning of aviation development of and funding for American aviation; English origin of the de Havilland; the Liberty engine; the Liberty Plane at war and in postwar use; and restoration of Museum's aircraft. Appendices include Weight Charts and Performance Data; Performance Comparisons of Observation Planes and Bombing Planes; Military Load Weights; Rate of Climb; Parts List; Proceedings on Suggested Changes in 1918 and Bibliography. Aviation.
As New. (Famous Aircraft of the National Air & Space Museum 7) Softcover in glossy pictorial wraps. First printing of first edition. Book is As New, crisp, clean, and unread. Illustrated with black-and-white photos throughout. Technical specs at the end. Quarto. 120 pp.
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