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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Charters, Deeds of Property, and Records, Belongin...
Publisher: Private Printing, Newcastle Upon Tyne;
Date of publication: 1854
Large octavo. v, 63 pp printed to recto only with ruled margins to text, red and black printed title page and initial letters & embellishments in red. Book Condition: Very Good. Handsome full moro...
A Study of Ancient Ships of Japan Part IV Skin-Boats
Publisher: Society of Naval Architects, Tokyo;
Date of publication: 1931
FIRST EDITION. Quarto. Xii, 249 pp. 60 illustrations in text and 25 plates each with individual explanatory leaf; colour folding map. Book Condition: Very Good. Jacket Condition: Very Good. Origin...
Admiralty Floating Docks: Construction During 1939/1945 War.
Publisher: North East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders; Newcastle upon Tyne;
Date of publication: 1947
FIRST EDITION. Softcover tall octavo, pp , 103-124, D53-66. 15 figures in text, of which 13 full page. Original stapled blue card wraps with black titles. Covers creased to edge with small loss...
Alfred Thayer Mahan: The Man and His Letters.
Publisher: Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, Maryland;
Date of publication: 1977
FIRST EDITION. Quarto, pp xvii, , 713. Frontispiece portrait of Rear Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan; numerous illustrations within text. Original oatmeal cloth with gilt titles to black panel to sp...
Boat Building in Your Own Backyard.
Publisher: Cornell Maritime Press, Cambridge, Maryland;
Date of publication: 1958
Second Edition, revised & enlarged. Quarto, pp. . 224. Illustrated throughout with plans, diagrams and photographs. Original turquoise cloth with gilt titles to spine in price-clipped pictorial...
BREATHING IN IRRESPIRABLE ATMOSPHERES AND, IN SOME CASES, ALSO UNDER WATER
Publisher: Saint Catherine Press Ltd, London;
Date of publication: 1948
Undated, c.1948. Large octavo. Xi, 386 pp. Book condition: Very Good. Original red/brown cloth with gilt titles to spine and upper board. Cover cloth lightly spine sunned and a little surface soile...
Building Ships on the North East Coast Part 1 c. 1640-1914, Part 2 c. 1914- c. 19...
Publisher: Bewick Press, Whitley Bay;
Date of publication: 1997
FIRST EDITIONS. 2 volume set. Quarto, pp viii, 383 & viii, 516. Numerous maps, illustrations and diagrams throughout. Publishers’ black cloth with gilt titles to spine and printed paste-down endpap...
Canals and Canalized Rivers.
Publisher: Institution of Civil Engineers, London;
Date of publication: 1934
FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp 26. Large fold-out plate plus figure in text. Thick green paper-covered boards, with black titles to upper board. Covers lightly surface soiled with very minor loss to bu...
Publisher: DFDS/World Ship Society, Denmark;
Date of publication: 2006
FIRST EDITION. Quarto, pp 548. Text in Danish and English. Illustrated throughout including maps, plans, diagrams and photographs, most of which are in colour. Original pictorial blue cloth; pictor...
German Capital Ships and Raiders in World War II Volume I:From Graf Spee to Bisma...
Publisher: Frank Cass Publishers, London;
Date of publication: 2002
2 volume matching set. Quarto, printed in separately paginated sections: Vol I : xiv, , iii, , 56, iv, 26, v, , 53, , 59. Volume II: xiv, , ii-iv, , 30, v, , 33, , , ii, ...
Great Western Ports 1926.
Publisher: H.N. Appleby by arrangement with Great Western Railway Company, Cardiff;
Date of publication: 1926
Softcover quarto, pp. xxxii, 290, xxxiii - lxv, paginated to include covers, with advertisements front and rear. Numerous monochrome illustrations; 9 fold-out maps & plans in colour. Pictorial pale...
H M S Suffolk Third Commission on the China Station “Nous Maintiendrons”
Publisher: Victoria Printing Press, Hong Kong;
Date of publication: 1935
FIRST EDITION. Octavo. 142 pp,  lists of Ship's Company and Officers. Illustrated throughout with photographs, cartoons and maps. Book Condition: Very Good. Original midnight blue full calf wi...
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