£17.50 army list books? Get stuffed. In Warhammer 1st edition days this was yer army list and served dual purpose as mail order form as well.
Note that S is probably one less than you are expecting (add 1 to get the figures used in 2nd edition onwards), T is bizarrely alphabetic despite being on exactly the same scale as S - C is third letter, add 1 = a modern 4. Also Warhammer did not shy away from fractional M scores in those days. In WFB1 and WFB2 Wizards came in four levels. Constitution was just a spell point system, spells costing Constitution as cast.
On the subject of Warhammer, I noticed this in WD95 (November 1987). There was a serious amount of butthurt on the Stourbridge club's boards back when WFB8 was announced as being only 4 years after WFB7 and this was generally felt to be not playing fair. However, back when WFB3 was released...
That's right three versions in five years in the eighties although Boardgamegeek tells me that WFB1 was 1983, WFB2 was 1984 which makes it three versions in four years, and two in two back at the start. Admittedly Boardgamegeek also tells me that Tony Ackland did WFB1's cover illo and that's bollocks since it was Blanche.
See, they were total money-grubbing bastards even back then.