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Rovering

A Weekly Paper fo Young British Manhood

Edited by A. L. Haydon

1924-5 - London - Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons

11.5" by 8.5"; 354-380pp.; 382-408pp.; 411-436pp.; 438-464pp.; 494-520pp.;522-548pp.; 550-576pp.; 578-604pp.; 662-691pp.; 694-724pp.; 726-756pp.; 1142-1172pp.; 1174-1204pp.; 1206-1236pp.; 1302-1332pp.; 1334-1364pp.; 1366-1396pp.; 1398-1426pp.; 1526-1556pp.; 1590-1620pp.; 2-32pp.; 34-64pp.; 66-96pp.; 98-128pp.; 130-160pp.;

 

DETAILS

Twenty-six issues of the outdoors magazine for young men published in the 1920s, Rovering.

Containing adverts, short stories, essays, and more.

Illustrated throughout with many photographs and illustrations.

Including:

Number 14, volume 1 (21st June 1924)

Number 15, volume 1 (28th June 1924)

Number 16, volume 1 (5th July 1924)

Number 17, volume I (12th July 1924)

Number 18, volume 1 (26th July 1924)

Number 20, volume I (2nd August, 1924)

Number 21, volume 1 (9th August 1924)

Number 22, Volume 1 (16th August 1924)

Number 25, volume 1 (6th September 1924)

Number 26, volume 1 (13th September 1924)

Number 27, volume 1 (20th September 1924)

Number 35, volume 1 (15th November, 1924)

Number 40, volume 1 (20th December 1924)

Number 41, volume 1 (27th December 1924)

Number 42, volume 1 (3rd January, 1924)

Number 45, volume 1 (24th January, 1925)

Number 46, volume 1 (31st January, 1925)

Number 47, volume 1 (7th February, 1925)

Number 48, volume 1 (14th February 1925)

Number 52, volume 1 (14th March, 1925)

Number 54, volume 1 (28th  March, 1925)

Number 1, volume 2 (4th April, 1925)

Number 2, volume 2 (11th April, 1925)

Number 3, volume 2 (18th April, 1925)

Number 4, volume 2 (25th April, 1925)

Number 5, volume 2 (2nd May, 1925)

Number 6, volume 2 (9th May, 1925)

With articles on baseball, motor cruising in the West Country, cricket, exploration, and much more.

CONDITION

In paper wraps. Externally, sound, though with some closed tears and some foxing. Number 21 has covers detached, and some loss. Internally, binding strained in places. Pages have some foxing and handling marks. GOOD

 


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