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London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1957. First Edition, third printing. Signed inscription by Long on the front endpaper: "Fair winds, Dwight Long." A world cruise on a 32-foot ketch. 12mo., decorative blue cloth, stamped in black, in dust jacket; 320 pages. Illustrated. Preface by Alan Villiers.. Very Good (covers nice; contents clean & tight with very minor browning endpapers); little soil & minor edgewear (price-clipped) d/j.
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- LONG, Dwight
- Illustrated. Preface by Alan Villiers.
- 12mo., decorative blue cloth, stamped in black, in dust jacket; 320 pages
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- First Edition, third printing. Signed inscription by Long on the
- Rupert Hart-Davis
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