octavo, (132)pp. Graves served in Canadian Signal Corps until his transfer to the RFC in 1917. He was a fighter pilot on the western front and then Italy, Egypt, and Palestine. Signed by Graves on the front endpaper. A near fine, clean copy. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : The Lost Diary.
Éditeur : Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty,
Date d'édition : 1941
Reliure : green decorated cloth.
Edition : First Edition..
Description du livre Self-Published, Victoria B.C., 1941. Hardcover. État : Very Good. the author who served in World war kept a record of his experiences with flying in the Royal Flying Corp and infantry experience in the trenches, his original diary was lost and this book is his attempt from notes and memory to share his experiences with us, nice hard cover, green boards, in very good condition, World War I. N° de réf. du libraire 862
Description du livre Charles F. Banfield, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 1941. Hardcover. État : Good. Hardcover. Green cloth boards with orange text on cover. 3 or 4 stains to boards. Ex-library copy with previous school's name inside front cover. Corners are foxing with bent edges. Yellowing from age to page ends. Text is all clean and binding is tight. N° de réf. du libraire 000287
Description du livre Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Victoria, BC, 1941. Hardcover. First edition. Very Good. The author's WW I memoirs in three parts: Canada's Fighting Men, 1914-17; Wings in the Royal Flying Corps, 1917-18; and Mediterranean Days in the Tenth Crusade. Graves served in the Canadian Corps 1914-17, and in the Royal Flying Corps 1917-18. Originally published by the author as a series of newspaper columns in the Victoria Daily Colonist. Green cloth with orange titling and decoration on front. Covers show light wear, with bumps to upper corners, mild wear at top & tail of spine, mild soiling. Interior is clean, crisp, tight & bright, unmarked. 131 pp. Approx. 6.25" x 9". A very nice copy. Carefully shipped in secure parcel. Ask all questions; glad to respond. N° de réf. du libraire 501112
Description du livre privately published 1st printing, Victoria, 1941. 131 p., 8vo green cloth; VG/no dust jacket. N° de réf. du libraire 10255
Description du livre Charles F. Banfield, Victoria,BC, 1941. Hard Cover Cloth. État : Fine. Etat de la jaquette : No Dust Jacket. First Edition. Fine, no dust jacket. Clean in sound binding. N° de réf. du libraire 034460
Description du livre Charles Banfield, 1941. Hardcover. État : Very Good. First. Nice presentation inscription from author. N° de réf. du libraire 103045
Description du livre Printed by Charles F. Banfield, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty,, Victoria, B.C.:, 1941. green decorated cloth. First Edition.. octavo, 131pp. Graves served in Canadian Signal Corps until his transfer to the RFC in 1917. He was a fighter pilot on the western front and then Italy, Egypt, and Palestine. Very small spot of wear to cloth at bottom of spine and one corner. A solid, clean copy. N° de réf. du libraire 21681
Description du livre Printed by Charles F. Banfield, British Columbia, 1941. Hard Cover. État : Good. No Jacket. First Edition. Green cloth. Signed copy. There is a lovely inscription on the front endpaper which reads: 'To "Skipper" - with unchanging affection, and best wishes for all that is good and desired in the years to come. From "Old Bill"'. Underneath SIGNED 'Sandham Graves, Victoria, B.C., Oct 11 1943'. Binding is clean and tight. some rubs to the front board and to extremities. There is a small 1cm piece of cloth missing from the base of the spine. Pages are in nice clean condition. Binding slightly weakened at join between pp. 122-123. This is author's memoir of his time spend in the Canadian Corps, 1914-1917 and the Royal Flying Corps, 1917-1918. Size: 8vo - 9" Tall. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. N° de réf. du libraire 000669
Description du livre Self-Published, Victoria, BC, 1941. Hardcover. État : Good. First Edition. 131 pages. ".Written in affectionate remembrance of the Canadian Corps, 1914-17, and the Royal Flying Corps, 1917-18. Appeared first in my own column. in the Victoria Daily Colonist. Written as impersonally as possible, from the standpoint of one who shared with many others the privilege of seeing Canada's honours won on the field of battle." - from Introduction. Text in three sections: Canada's Fighting Men; Wings; Mediterranean Days. Somewhat above-average wear. Usual library markings. Binding intact. Solid copy. N° de réf. du libraire 138A5159