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Hans Tanner Ferrari Edition

Discussion in 'Collectables, Literature, & Models' started by maranellored, Apr 5, 2004.

  1. maranellored

    maranellored Rookie

    Apr 5, 2004
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    Elzach/Germany
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    Christoph Joos
    Hallo Guy's
    I look for the Hans Tanner Ferrari Edition
    I'm have the Fifth Edition in my Collection and want the Rest (5 Items) in a good Condition!!!
    forza Ferrari Christoph
     
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  3. ferrariartist

    ferrariartist F1 Rookie

    Feb 21, 2003
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    East of Toronto
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    Grant Thomas
    1st edition (seems to be slightly damaged though...)
    (i have edition 6 but i am tempted by this one myself... 40 bucks and its signed!!!)
    http://dogbert.abebooks.com/abe/BookDetails?bi=208456859

    i assume this is the 2nd edition...
    http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3670905385&category=13574
    (good luck...)

    3rd edition
    http://dogbert.abebooks.com/abe/BookDetails?bi=145151390

    4th edition
    http://dogbert.abebooks.com/abe/BookDetails?bi=212720942

    5th edition
    you got this one...

    heres number 6 (i love mine... fabulous and well written...)
    http://www.biblion.com/searchresults.php?bookid=37605471

    i hope this helps... they seem to be uptodate... sometimes these smaller places dont get around to updating their sites...

    good luck...

    also theres a nice list with pics of all 6 here (not for sale... just a list):
    http://www.dacorsa.net/1962.0.html

    GT

    ps i saw this one in Toronto:
    Ferrari and Maserati in action
    1946 - 1956
    Hans Tanner
    published 1957, Hamish Hamilton
    for sale priced at 300CAN if you would like to know... its apparently SUPER rare... PM me if you would like more info...
     
  4. dealerjack

    dealerjack Karting
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    Dec 30, 2003
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    SW Florida
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    John
    Just finished reading his book "Counter-Revolutionary Agent" about his exploits in Cuba in 1961. Tanner was a very interesting character. Any more stories about him? Ed?
     
  5. canam350

    canam350 Formula Junior

    Jun 23, 2004
    629
    dublin, ireland
    hi
    i will be going to the annual classic car and auto jumble in dublin
    on sunday 8.7.07, i picked up the 6th edition there last year for 60 euro
    it was in great condition, normally there is a book dealer from england
    there and he dose have some good books
    i will see what he has and if has a web address i will post it sunday night.
     
  6. canam350

    canam350 Formula Junior

    Jun 23, 2004
    629
    dublin, ireland
    hi
    here is the e-mail address
    of a book dealer i was talking him today about hans tanner books
    he lives in ireland he did not give me pricesbut if you mail him he will
    give cost of books.
    donmcclenahan@eircom.net
     
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  8. greendino

    greendino Karting
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    Mar 6, 2005
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    London
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    Leonard Green
    Guys, I just came across this thread. I have a first edition of the Tanner Ferrari book. What value are dealers putting on this?
     
  9. Rosey

    Rosey F1 Rookie

    Nov 5, 2015
    3,196
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    Mark R
    I searched the forum for Hans Tanner edition 1 and this old thread come up so rather then start a new one I thought I'd add to it to keep information together.

    Are the 1st and 2nd Ferrari Tanner books collectable these days.

    I believe their were both US and UK editions- not sure if this effects desirability.
     
  10. Lusso123

    Lusso123 Formula 3
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    Oct 18, 2010
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    Marshall Buck
    Nice book to have in your collection, but for rarity or simply collectible & value going up, I say no. Basing this from two points of view; my own view, and our magazine's view, which focuses on all types of automotive collectibles including books.
     
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  11. Jack-the-lad

    Jack-the-lad Six Time F1 World Champ
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    Jun 22, 2004
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    For some reason I have both editions: British (Foulis) and American (Robert Bentley). The British edition (210 pages) is perfect except that the spine of the dust jacket is faded. The American edition (212 pages)* has a wrecked dust jacket and some age-stained pages, otherwise fully intact and no tears, etc. It’s inscribed (as near as I can tell), “To Ian. All me [sic] best & Hiram Walker Martinis. /s/Hans Tanner”

    *I assume the discrepancy in page count is due to different fonts and page margins.
     
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  13. 375+

    375+ F1 World Champ
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    Dec 28, 2005
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    +1 agree
     
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