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SOLD SOLD (13/12) Original Deutschland erwacht (Germany awaken) Third Reich Commemorative Card Album Published In 1933 For The NSDAP. BO 320 - BO 320
This is an original copy of Deutschland erwacht (Germany awaken) a card album issued and published by Cigaretten-Bilderdienst, Hamburg, Bahrenfeld, Germany in 1933 for the NSDAP. This album measures 9 1/2” x 12 1/2” inch with 160 heavily illustrated pages in a hard back cover. The book is complete with its original dust cover and the large pull out rear large section measuring 12 inches x 50 inches of a Nazi rally at Luitpoldhain in Nuremburg in 1933. The album is the Nazi Party's tribute to itself and consists of a very substantial well-written German text with two full-page illustrations in colour, over 160 black & white photos pasted in. In the back is a huge fold-out photo taken at a Nazi Party rally in Nürnberg that measures 12 inches tall by over 50 inches long. The book depicts the rise of the National Socialist Movement from the early 1920s to the seizure of power in 1933. The price of this rare book includes U.K. delivery. BO 320
£0.00

Complete and Original WW1 'Der Weltkrieg' (World War) 1914-1918 German Commemorative Cigarette Card Album By Cigaretten-Bilderdienst Dresden. BO 319 - BO 319
Original and complete cigarette card collector's book titled Der Weltkrieg (The World War) compiled in Germany in 1937 as a commemoration of World War I. This scrapbook for cigarette cards from the 1930s provides an invaluable pictorial record of World War I. It captures the German perspective of the War in picture and writing and functions as a reference book for multiple generations. It features 270 full-colour cigarette cards, all are present and securely fixed, illustrating significant German battles and events. The scrapbook was issued by Cigaretten-Bilderdienst Dresden. This scrapbook captures the German perspective of World War I in pictures and writing. Themes such as nationalism, armed forces, everyday life during the war and stereotypical images of the enemy forces are referenced by the visual iconography. Through the chapters the progression of the war is illustrated. The individual sections are organised around each year of the war, 1914-18. The introduction to each chapter lists the different theatres and progression of the war. This summary is followed by sections, which under individual headings like 'Reason and Start of War', display cigarette cards and a short description of the image on that card. The first chapter also features a map of Belgium, France, Germany and parts of Switzerland in 1914 with the German armies and their campaigns. The appendix features cards depicting life behind the front line, the war in the colonies, and Germany's enemies. While the cigarette cards are in colour, the chapters are predominantly printed in sepia. The exception are maps of the East and West front, and the battles in Italy, Serbia and the Orient, which took place in 1915. The book measures 13 3/4" x 10 1/4". The price includes UK delivery. BO 319
£145.00

The London Knife Book, Signed Leather Bound Limited Edition 82 Of 100, 1820 - 1945 by Ron Flook. BO 318 - BO 318
This is a mint, signed, leather bound hardback limited edition, 82 of 100 of ‘The London Knife Book, An A-Z guide to London Cutlers, 1820 – 1945’ by Ron Flook. The book has 230 quality pages packed with colour photos of every type of knife made in London during the period, listing all the Cutlers with their details. This book comes with a limited edition 82 of 100 commemorative label and is personally signed by the author Ron Flooks inside the front cover. The price includes UK delivery. BO 318
£145.00

Colt’s Variations of the Old Model Pocket Pistol, 1848 – 1872 By P.L.Shumaker. BO 317 - BO 317
This is a clean copy with an undamaged dust wrapper of Colt’s Variations of the Old Model Pocket Pistol, 1848 – 1872 By P.L.Shumaker. This book is the second revised edition from 1966 and is best version. The book is an important reference for the study of the Old Model pocket pistol and is considered to be an important publication by researchers and collectors alike. The book is profusely illustrated and covers all the including the London pocket models. The books chapters cover markings on all models which makes identification easy, together production numbers etc. This is an essential book for the serious collector of Colt’s pocket pistols. The price includes U.K. delivery. BO 317
£75.00

A History Of The Colt Revolver And The Other Arms Made By Colts Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co. From 1836 – 1940, Published in 1940 By Bonanza Books. BO 316 - BO 316
This book is considered to be the bible for Colts weapons and was written by two acknowledged experts on the subject, Charles T. Haven and Frank A. Beldin. This is a massive volume containing 711 pages covering all models from 1836 – 1940. The book is profusely illustrated with nearly 500 photograph, drawings, patents, Colts letters and other documents. This book covers the part played by the Colt revolver and its use by the Texas Rangers, Wells Fargo and the favourites of the likes of Billy the Kid, Wyatt Earp, Wild Bill Hiccock etc. The book includes its original dust cover. This is a monumental work and is a must for any serious collector. The price includes U.K. delivery. BO 316
£110.00

Inter War 1936 Nazi German NSDAP ‘Adolf Hitler’ Hard Back Photo Card Album With Many Photo Cards. Sn 15553:5 - 15553:5
An original Nazi German NSDAP photo card collector's book with 153 pages titled ‘Adolf Hitler’, published in 1936. This scrapbook commemorates Hitler’s rise to power and contains images of prominent Nazi figures, Nazi Rallies and parading SA & Hitler Youth Units. The book has German text throughout. The red cloth bound hard back book has black lettering ‘Adolf Hitler’ on the front and spine. The book has 133 pages and measures 12 ¼” x 9 ¼” x 1”. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15553:5
£95.00

The American Cartridge ‘An Illustrated Study Of The Rimfire Cartridge In The United States’ By Charles R.Suydam. BO 314 - BO 314
This is an excellent book for cartridge collectors and students of ammunition. This copy is by Borden Publishing Co. of Alhambra, California and is the revised edition of 1973. This book has been long out of print and is in virtually mint condition with a full and undamaged dust wrapper. There are more than 425 cartridges which are photographed full size and individually studied. There are chapters on identification, cleaning, display, appendices on manufacturers, headstamps and cartridge boxes. This is a standard work which is invaluable to both the collector and student of ammunition. The price includes U.K. delivery. BO 314
£125.00

An Introduction To British Grenades By Ian Skennerton. BO 313 - BO 313
This is a 1st edition copy fo the standard work on British grenades. The book is by Inn D. Skennerton who also authorised the standard work on British and Commonwealth Bayonets and many books on rifles etc.. The book was published by Greenhill in 1988 and is a well illustrated reference and chronologically lists the various grenade numbers and marks in service from 1908 to the 1960s. tables are provided to permit identification and comparison of the different types and models, making this study an invaluable reference for military historians, collectors and museum curators. The price includes U.K. delivery. BO 313
£55.00

The Flintlock: Its Origin And Development by Torsten Link. BO 311 - BO 311
This is the first English translation of a masterly study of The Flintlock which was originally published in 1939 but in Swedish. The author was the director of the Swedish Royal Armoury which he had joined in 1924. This book was the result of 15 years of research and was in fact his doctoral thesis making it a masterly and important study of the flintlock. The book charts the development and history of the flintlock from its original concept to its successor, the percussion cap. The book is profusely illustrated with crisp black and white photographs showing both full flintlocks and minor details of decoration etc. the book which was published by The Holland Press, London in 1965 is in excellent condition with its original dust wrapper which is complete but with sellotape to the edges. This is a scholarly work which still holds its own even with more modern publications. The price includes U.K. delivery. BO 311
£85.00

2 Hard Back Volumes Olympia 1936 : Die XI Olympischen Spiele (Olympic Games) In Berlin 1936 Band 1 and 2 With Many With Many Illustrated Photo Cards & Pull Out Colour Venue Map Published by Cigaretten-Bilderdienst, Hamburg-Bahrenfeld. Sn 15553:1 - 15553:1
These 2 hard back volumes in original blue cloth celebrate the Nazi German Olympic games of 1936 published by Cigaretten-Bilderdienst, Hamburg-Bahrenfeld in 1936. Volume 1 has 127 pages. Volume 2 168 pages. Each Volume measures 12 1/4" x 10". Both are very bright and tight editions with only very minor wear and tear. Both have their original illustrated black & white paper sleeve covers. A fascinating history of early years of Third Reich & the controversial Berlin Olympic games. Hitler and other prominent Nazis can be seen on several photographs. Both volumes full of black and white photographs including all of the major athletes in the Games including USA’s Jesse Owens. Volume 1 has a colour pull out site map of the Olympic venues. Two very clean examples. Both volumes are in German text throughout. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15553:1
£145.00
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