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Scottish Field Magazine, November 2000

By: Broomfield, Keith; Harper, Jennifer; Lawrence, Sue; Lumsden, Viv; Wainwright, Rob; et al

Price: $69.95

Publisher: UK, Scottish Field: 2000

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 662G2673

Condition: Good


128 pages. Features: The Legend of the Saltire; Rough Shooting; The rare work of Scottish Provincial silversmiths; Tough going for red squirrels in Scotland; Kirkcudbrightshire's Barnhourie MIll; Oriental homeliness in the Edinburgh suburbs; Pat Grant and her chain of beauty clinics; Unsolved paranormal Scottish incidents; Aviemore is being rejuvenated; The importance of wood in whisky-making; Cashmere collection; Vienna visit; 4x4 tests; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. View more info

Fell Walking with Wainwright

By: Wainwright, A.

Price: $54.95

Publisher: U.K., Michael Joseph Ltd: 1985

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 74203265

ISBN: 0718124286

Condition: Fine


0718124286 223 pages. "A unique portrait of England's countryside in all its moods, a wonderful memento for those who have 'retired' from fellwalking or who live too far away and will treasure the memories invoked by this book, and the many fortunate people who still have the excitement of the high places before them." - from dust jacket. Gift greetings upon illustrated front endpaper else clean, bright and unmarked. Virtually zero wear to book. Very light wear to dust jacket. Lovely copy. View more info

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General Wainwright's Story - The account of Four Years of Humiliating defeat, Surrender, and Captivity

By: Wainwright, General Jonathan M.; Considine, Robert [Editor]

Price: $150.00

Publisher: USA, Doubleday & Company, Inc.: 1946

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 161H4456

Condition: Good


314 pages. Index. Map. Copyright page provides two dates, 1945 and 1946, and states First Edition. General Wainwright's "story is well known - but his own version of the tragic days on Bataan and Corregidor, the years of captivity and suffering, the final victory and the high honors heaped on him by a grateful people, has a more than eyewitness intensity." - dust jacket. Prior owner's name inside front board. Lengthy ink gift greetings upon front free endpaper suggest both gifter and recipient may have been participants in at least some of the events described herein. Enser p.55. View more info