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The Down Easters: American Deep-water Sailing Ships 1869-1929.

by LUBBOCK, Basil

Condition: Cloth rubbed at extremities; spine very slightly darkened; tight and sound.


Boston:: Charles E. Lauriat,, [1929].. First edition.. original blue cloth.. Cloth rubbed at extremities; spine very slightly darkened; tight and sound.. Small 4to,. Illustrated.


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