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#4394253 - 12/11/17 11:26 AM OT: 1934 1st US printing of "Winged Victory" on eBay  
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For anyone interested there is currently on eBay a 1934 first US printing of the must read classic "Winged Victory" by V.M. Yeates at the bargain basement buy-it-now price of $39.99 plus $3.61 mailing. While the front cover appears to have a good sized ding in the lower corner this is still a VERY cheap price for this book. I've seen ex-library copies in far worse condition go for $200 or more. Here is the link if one of you folks would like to grab this one for your own collection:

"Winged Victory" 1934 US Printing on eBay

Happy reading!

Lou

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#4394259 - 12/11/17 11:42 AM Re: OT: 1934 1st US printing of "Winged Victory" on eBay [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Thanks for sharing that with us ! it's a great novel !


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#4394974 - 12/15/17 12:38 PM Re: OT: 1934 1st US printing of "Winged Victory" on eBay [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Someone nabbed this bargain yesterday, I'm hoping it was someone here. And I agree kaa, it is a great novel and one that should be at the top of the reading list for anyone with even a passing interest in WWI aviation.

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"pippy-pahpah-pippy pah-pip-pah"


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