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Famous Ships of the Clyde by D. C. Thomson & Co - nd. ca. 1934 - from Attic Books (SKU: 125931)

Famous Ships of the Clyde

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Famous Ships of the Clyde

by D. C. Thomson & Co

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Glasgow: D. C. Thomson & Co., nd. ca. 1934. Staplebound. Good. Sunday Post Souvenir. Covers list Leading Launches - A record of each year's more notable Clyde launches, 1914 to 1934. 50 p. 14 x 21 cm. B&w photo to each page. Staplebound booklet. Light wear at spine. Ink inscription and some thumbing to first page.

Includes a photo of the Lusitania.


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Famous Ships of the Clyde
D. C. Thomson & Co
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D. C. Thomson & Co.
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nd. ca. 1934
Ships, Shipping, Ocean liners, River Clyde, Glasgow, Lusitania
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