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Glasgow: Brown, Son, and Ferguson, 1927, 1929. 2 volumes. First editions, second impression of Vol. I and first impression of Vol. II. Beautifully decorated with 220 illustrations, 35 ships' plans and fine cartographic endpapers. Thick royal 8vo, publisher’s original royal blue cloth lettered in gilt and blind on the spines and upper covers. [xvi], 518 including appendix, index; [xvi], 448 including appendix, index pp. A very bright, clean and handsome set, beautifully preserved. A VERY PLEASING SET OF THIS IMPORTANT WORK, NOW QUITE SCARCE IN SUCH FINE CONDITION. These handsome books contain a comprehensive history of the tall ships. Extensively illustrated with photographs, maps and ship plans, the author explores both facts and legends of the great age of sailing. These are perhaps the most handsome set of all the books printed on the history of the tall ships.
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