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The History of Yachting 1600-1815

by Clark, Arthur H

Condition: Good+


New York: G. P . Putnam's Sons, 1904. Book. Good+. Hardcover. First Edition. First edition. Good+ hardcover. Published under authority and by direction of The New York Yacht Club. Includes dozens of illustrations. Chapters include Medieval Pleasure-Craft and Early Dutch Yachts, Holland and New Netherland, King Charles II Returns to England, Early English Yachts, Charles The Second, William and Mary, Great Britain and the United States, Yachting Under the Four Georges, The Cumberland Yacht Fleet, The English East India Company and British Navy, and Earliest Yacht Club of Great Britain. Wear to extremities and some dampstaining. Scarce..

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