The History of Firearms-Military & Civilian-books, prints, & ephemera

The British Soldiers Firearm 1850-1864. From Smooth-bore to Small-bore by C. H. Roads. Published by Herbert Jenkins Ltd., London. 1964 First Edition. 332 pages and 360 black & white photographs. £25.00

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British Military Firearms 1650-1850 by Howard L. Blackmore, published by Herbert Jenkins Ltd., London. 1961 First Edition. 296 pages with black & white photographic plates and line drawings-£25.00.

 

The unclipped and unfaded dust jacket is in very good original condition with some ruffling to the edges and a minor loss to the top of the spine. Also some very slight light discolouration to the edges.
The blue cloth bound gold lettered and impressed boards are in excellent condition with some slight rubbing to the edges and corners. The gold lettering and embellishment is very crisp. Inside is in excellent condition, clean and tight throughout. No inscriptions.

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The British Soldiers Firearm 1850-1864. From Smooth-bore to Small-bore by C. H. Roads. Published by Herbert Jenkins Ltd., London. 1964 First Edition. 332 pages and 360 black & white photographs. £25.00

Price clipped dust jacket in very good original and unfaded condition. No rips or tears. Some ruffling to the top and bottom edges. A very small loss to the top and bottom of the spine. Some slight signs of wear to the surfaces from shelf storage.
The dark blue impressed cloth boards are in excellent original condition, the white  lettering on the spine is very crisp. Some very minor rubbing to the edges and corners.
Inside is in excellent condition, clean and tight throughout. No inscriptions.

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The Revolver 1818-1865 by A.W.F. Taylerson, R.A.N. Andrews & J. Frith.
Published by Herbert Jenkins Ltd., London. 1968 First Edition.  360 pages with 40 black & white photos and numerous line drawings and diagrams. £15.00 

The price clipped dust jacket is in very good condition with no rips or tears. There is some minor roughing to the edges.
The unfaded green cloth bound boards have crisp gold lettering on the spine. Very slight rubbing to the edges and corners. Inside is in excellent condition, clean and tight throughout. No inscriptions.

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