COMING EVENTS IN BRITAIN Vintage Travel Magazine Single Issues Copyright © 1964
Perfect for travel enthusiasts or vintage advertising collectors--offering single issues of COMING EVENTS IN BRITAIN from 1964.
COMING EVENTS IN BRITAIN was a monthly magazine for everyone who has an affection for Britain--for everyone who ties with Britain--for everyone who plans to visit Britain. Every 40 to 50 page issue was filled with fine photographs of the 1950s and 1960s British scene, including beautiful countrysides, historic places, pageantry and people.
Informative articles and editorials written in story format focused on Britain's past and present--but were not limited to only travel topics. The magazine featured stories on the Puppets at Islington, Ancient Game of Bowls, and Yeoman Warders of the Tower and Exploring Churches.
A calendar of coming events in England, Scotland, Wales and the Northern United Kingdom, travel classified sections, and amazing advertisements can be found in every issue as well.
The softcover magazines measure 8 ½” by 11" and are in good to very good condition showing minimal age. They do not have a mailing label. A few are coming loose from the cover, but not detached from the staple, have small tears or ink pen notes. If you have questions about a particular issue, including the content or condition, please contact us.
The listing is for the single issues from 1964, but we do have other issues, including full years of COMING EVENTS IN BRITAIN for sale.
Browse listings at Coming Events in Britain 1955 Single Issues, Coming Events in Britain 1956 Full Year, Coming Events in Britain 1965 Full Year, Coming Events in Britain 1966 Full Year (includes Kings of Rock article), and Coming Events in Britain 1967 Single Issues to purchase issues from other years.
About COMING EVENTS IN BRITAIN: The magazine was published monthly by the British Travel and Holidays Association of London, England during the early 1950s to 1969. British Travel and Holidays Association was Great Britain’s official tourist organization. First established in 1929 as the Travel Association, it was recreated in 1950 as the British Travel and Holidays Association, a government association. In 1969, the name changed again to the British Tourist Authority.
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