Bookstores specializing in Aviation History

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ARTICLES OF WAR Ltd

Silver City, New Mexico, United States

HOURS - MONDAY, WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY 9 AM TO 1 PM. Since 1971 we've been selling new and used military books by mail order and through our retail store. Over the years we've been able to provide thousands of satisfied customers with titles ranging from ancient warfare to the Napoleonic Wars to World War II and right up to current military affairs. When you browse our online inventory, we're confident that you'll find an unsurpassed collection of new and used military history. And, if you're seeking something rare, we'd be pleased to receive your want lists. We thank you for your continued support. --- Bob and Judy Ruman

Eyebrowse Books - MWABA

Dearborn, Michigan, United States

We are an online, phone and snail mail bookseller.Our books don't need batteries or a license to read. Selling books on-line since 2004. CABS graduate in 2009. Member MWABA since 2013. Excellent customer service, quick shipping, and an assortment of great books. The majority of our inventory is non-fiction general stock with an emphasis on transportation (air, rail, auto), exploration, and military history. We also have hundreds of Vintage Paperbacks that are for the most part not listed online. Eyebrowse Books is always looking for and buying good quality books. We may be reached via e-mail, phone and snail mail. I sincerely appreciate all our customers, new as well as returning ones, and strive every day to present them the most interesting books I can find.

Wadard Books PBFA

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Farningham, Kent, United Kingdom

The shop of Wadard Books is located in a listed 17th century timber framed building in the historic Kentish village of Farningham. The business is named after Wadard, one of Farningham's Domesday landlords, a henchman of Bishop Odo and featured on the Bayeaux tapestry.