Not to be confused with the second edition (non-numbered certificate on inside page of volume 1). We have here for sale a rare highly sought after First Edition (limited to 750 copies) numbered copy 712….. Now out of print. Not to be confused with the non-limited edition second run. Fantastic reference box book in 3 volumes + further user guide, encase in an open ended protective box. I stress if its not a numbered copy with certificate as in photo….. ITS NOT THE LIMITED EDITION. · 17 maps and 752 photos. 786 pages printed on highest quality 130gsm Magno Satin. · Date and place of birth, pre-service employment details, full service history including units served in and theatres and operations deployed on, as well as the citations of any honours awarded, are all included. · Newly discovered casualties recognised as SAS for the first time. · In addition to revealing individual stories the three hardback volumes are geographically collated so that the information can be used more easily, both as an’off-the-shelf’ reference and also as a field guide. · Clear indexing and explanatory appendices (much of the material being published for the first time) form a separate User Guide for use in conjunction with any of the volumes. · Richly illustrated with photographs of the casualties and scenes of where their achievements were accomplished. · Sympathetically designed and bound in foil embossed Wibalin to the standard one expects with a project of this importance. · Volumes and User Guide contained in a handmade and beautifully designed Wibalin covered slipcase. · Crown Quarto 246x189mm. · Foreword by Jim Patch, wartime navigator to Y Patrol, LRDG, and former Secretary of the LRDG Association. The item “Rare SAS & LRDG Roll of Honour 1941-47, First Edition / Ltd Ed Number 712 Of 750″ is in sale since Saturday, December 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Books”. The seller is “nicsandknacks” and is located in Bridgend. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.
- Type: Books
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
- Conflict: World War II (1939-1945)