The Observer’s Book of Automobiles

The Observer’s Book of Automobiles. London: Frederick Warne & Co, 1970.

Hardback. Condition: good. There’s a rip to the rear of the dustjacket and closed tears to the top and bottom of the dustjacket spine, and the dustjacket is also price-clipped. The contents are clean and in very good condition.



The Observer’s Book of Automobiles Synopsis

This useful pocket guide was designed to give enthusiasts the latest information about the current models of several nations.

About Observer’s Books

The Observer’s Books are a series of small, pocket-sized books, published by Frederick Warne & Co in the United Kingdom from 1937 to 2003. They covered topics such as hobbies, art, history and wildlife. Intended for children, the aim of these books was to interest the observer. Some of them have become collector’s items. For the dedicated collector this could be a lifetime’s work as there are over 800 variations, some of which are now rare. The values of the books can vary from 50 pence to hundreds of pounds.

Why buy The Observer’s Book of Automobiles from Daker Books?

Daker Books is an independent bookshop in the village of Kibworth, south Leicestershire, specialising in rare and collectable treasures, signed copies, pre-loved and beautiful editions. We have a large collection of Folio Society books too. We pride ourselves on our friendly, professional service and place customer relations and environmental sustainability at the heart of business.

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Frederick Warne & Co.