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Posted 3 years ago

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interstblder
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I have this book with alot of interesting images and facts dateing back from the ww2 can anybody help me i cannot find this book anywhere and it seems that this book might have significant value.

Here are a few more pictures but there is no copywrite anywhere in this book the only thing it has is a cover page. This is why it is so hard to find this book. The book consist of pictures like these ones with descriptions of what the picture is about and photstats.

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  1. interstblder, 3 years ago
    Ok this book does not have any author or a date. On the first couple pages it has information on what is all in the book. So that is why i cant find this actual book anywhere. all the descriptions on the books saling on amazon does not fit this books description.
  2. interstblder, 3 years ago
    Does anybody have any information on this book?? It does not have any author or date? It is filled with photographs and photostats from world war 2.
  3. interstblder, 3 years ago
    Here are a few more pictures but there is no copywrite anywhere in this book the only thing it has is a cover page. This is why it is so hard to find this book. The book consist of pictures like these ones with descriptions of what the picture is about and photstats.

  4. interstblder, 3 years ago
    Can anybody give me any information on this book
  5. scottvez scottvez, 3 years ago
    It looks like it was a very small publication run (probably done internally) and meant for Westinghouse folks within the Department.

    This particular example looks to be the "proof" copy since the page mentions the "ORIGINAL (my all caps) photographs of which copies were made for the history".

    It would certainly qualify as Rare, but that doesn't always translate into high values. Most of the value is probably in the original photographs and depends on what is in the photographs. The experimental jet would have interest.

    Scott

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