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Combat. A Motor Racing History

LYNDON, Barré

London: William Heinemann
First edition
1933
Very Good / Good
B5061
First edition. Octavo, pp 333. Bound in cream colour cloth boards with green and gold lettering to spine and upper board; in the original dust jacket, un-clipped (7/6 net). Colour frontispiece from a drawing by Bryan de Grineau. Photographic illustrations throughout and also seven circuit plan illustrations. Lyndon, motor racing journalist, writes of motor racing in the 1920’s including at the Nurburg Ring and Brooklands.


LYNDON, Barré is the pseudonym of Alfred Edgar Frederick HIGGS


Book is in Very Good condition, spotting to edges of page block; jacket is worn and has restoration tape to the outside at top and bottom, overall graded Good. Notwithstanding the taping, the fabulous jacket artwork by Roland Davies remains bright and compelling.
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Combat. A Motor Racing History

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