London, South Kensington
8 June 2004
JOHNS, W. E. Biggles Sees it Through, London: Oxford University Press, 1941. 8° (186 x 125mm). Half title, coloured frontispiece and full-page illustrations by Howard Leigh and Alfred Sindall. (Some light mainly marginal spotting.) Original orange pictorial cloth, dust-jacket (a few very short tears, some fraying and creasing at edges). FIRST EDITION.
With 10 other books by W. E. Johns, 8 first editions, including Biggles in the South Seas (London, 1940), Biggles Delivers the Goods (London, 1946) and Biggles' Second Case (London, 1948), all in dust-jackets. (8)
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