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The Down Easters: American deepwater sailing ships 1869-1929

by Lubbock, Basil

Condition: Good/No Jacket


Glasgow: Brown, Son and Ferguson, 1929. Cns and head and tail of spine rubbed; sm split (about 15mm) at top of back joint; cvrs marked; 285p, plates, illus eps. Size: Sm 4to. First Edition.. Original Cloth. Good/No Jacket. Sm 4to.


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