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Ships and How they Sailed the Seven Seas by  Hendrik Willem Van Loon - Hardcover - 3rd Printing - 1935 - from Dearly Departed Books and

Ships and How they Sailed the Seven Seas

by Van Loon, Hendrik Willem

Condition: VG

NY: Simon & Schuster. VG. 1935. 3rd Printing. Hardcover. Stated third printing bound in blue cloth with gold spine lettering. I llustrated by the author through-out including the dust jacket illustr ation. The jacket folds out into a 18" X 20" map of the world's great discoveries via ships on the verso. Tall 8v0 (9.50" X 6.00") size, 318 pp. A very good copy in a very good dust jacket. The book's gilt spine lettering is rubbed and its spine is slightly faded. Former owner's n ame and date (1935) inked on the front fly. The dust jacket has a 1" c hip on the bottom of the rear panel which shows on the blank margin on the map on its verso. It has a seam or fold tear in the middle of the map fold. Small chips to the corners and at the head and heel of the spine. Heavy tanning to the spine and tanning to the panels. .


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