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Interesting ww1 RFC manuals

Article about: Here we have a set of interesting ww1 RFC hand written manuals , I found these at a Car boot sell in the UK last year and thinking maybe of selling

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    Default Interesting ww1 RFC manuals

    Here we have a set of interesting ww1 RFC hand written manuals , I found these at a Car boot sell in the UK last year and thinking maybe of selling
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    Now they are really interesting, i love technical stuff like this!..
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    Wowsers - congratulations on that particular pick up!

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    Hi Krad

    Did you sell these?

    The reason I'm asking is because they (in fact your pictures) have appeared on eBay - saw them just now.

    Search: Group of original Rare British ww1 RFC books

    Sorry - had to remove the link - everytime I logged onto eBay - it came up with my details....bit of a warning here people!

    It is on eBay UK, Ca, US

    Cheers
    Tim
    Last edited by Allegra; 06-18-2014 at 11:09 AM.

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    I bet the RAF museum at Hendon might have a great interest in obtaining those!
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    Hi Tim yes i put them on Ebay as finding it hard to keep everything these days

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    Ah - that's fine - I love the monica - was a trifled worried that someone had pinched your photos.

    Cheers

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    Thank you for the heads up anyway ,

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