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A unique set of this scarce magazine. From the estate of the late broadcaster Roy Plomley, these were bound, at his request, in red buckram with gold lettering on the spines, including his initials, and are labelled A-G, with volume D signed by Plomley.

A continuous run starting issue 115 until last issue 295 (not widely circulated owing to the outbreak of war) and with the first edition of War Pictorial, bound in 7 volumes of 26 issues.

Bound in red buckram. Gold lettering on the spines - RADIO PICTORIAL - numbered A-G consecutively - and with R.P. at the bottom (Roy Plomley).

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RADIO PICTORIAL run of 181 consecutive issues bound in seven volumes - Nos. 115-295 covering 3½ years.
RADIO PICTORIAL run of 181 consecutive issues bound in seven volumes - Nos. 115-295 covering 3½ years. Dated - March 27, 1936 -to- September 8, 1939 inclusive. Plus War Pictorial No.1, dated September 15, 1939.

  • SKU: 42705
  • Condition: Bindings are wrinkled back and front and a little faded on the spines; some hinges have been stressed. Issues 271 and 272, in the last volume, are bound in the wrong order. Overall very good.
  • £990.00


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