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The Down Easters: The Story of the Cape Horners / American Deep-water Sailing Ships, 1869-1929.

by LUBBOCK, Basil

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Glasgow, Brown, Son & Ferguson, 1930. HARD COVER IN DUST JACKET. Thick 4to.or. blue cl., gilt lettering. QUARTO SIZE. HARDCOVER Illusts. with photographs and folding plans. Second edition. Sound ex-lib. copy in sl. edge-worn and little stained dust jacket, internally still a very good and firmly-bound copy. #AAA1. The Down Easters: The Story of the Cape Horners / American Deep-water Sailing Ships, 1869-1929. Buy with confidence from one of Australia's oldest bookshops established in 1975.


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