Neat ink name to half-title, very light damp-creasing to lower fore-corner of text; cloth with very light patch of discolouration at lower fore-corners, but really a VG+ copy; dust-jacket with a few small chips and closed tears at edges, a little creased and stained as well, near VG.
Johns (Captain W.E.) Biggles in Borneo.
A “Biggles Squadron” Story of the Second Great War
London, OUP, 1943.
First edition, first impression. 8vo. Frontispiece, illustrations. Original cloth with illustration stamped in black to upper cover. Dust-jacket priced at 5/-.
A rare Biggles first edition, with no jacketed copies in commerce that we could find at time of cataloguing. Biggles and his ominously named 666 squadron set up camp in the mountains of Borneo and embark on a campaign of terror strikes on the Japanese forces.