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A Treatise on Ships' Anchors - 1856

£120.00

Product description

One of a number of books published for "use in the Royal Navy and the Mercantile Service". The anchors are illustrated and numerical information supplied. This is number 106 in the "Series of Rudimentary Works - for the use of beginners" issued by the publisher.

Green cloth soft covers with embossed design and paper title label to front. In good condition for its age. Ends of spine chipped. Corners bumped. Spine and edges faded. Hinges cracked. Title label stained and worn. "Admiralty Library" ink stamp on label, on edges of text block and on a number of pages. Numbered sticker at top of spine. The number corresponds to registered number written in an Admiralty Controller's Department ink stamp on the front free endpaper. At top of free endpaper in ink is "With the authors Comps". Also contains number 125/5 in pencil which is repeated in ink on title page. On front pastedown a number in ink is crossed out.

Item details

Author(s):
Cotsell, George
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1856
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
125
Publisher:
John Weale
Title:
A Treatise on Ships' Anchors

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One of a number of books published for "use in the Royal Navy and the Mercantile Service". The anchors are illustrated and numerical information supplied. This is number 106 in the "Series of Rudimentary Works - for the use of beginners" issued by the publisher.

Green cloth soft covers with embossed design and paper title label to front. In good condition for its age. Ends of spine chipped. Corners bumped. Spine and edges faded. Hinges cracked. Title label stained and worn. "Admiralty Library" ink stamp on label, on edges of text block and on a number of pages. Numbered sticker at top of spine. The number corresponds to registered number written in an Admiralty Controller's Department ink stamp on the front free endpaper. At top of free endpaper in ink is "With the authors Comps". Also contains number 125/5 in pencil which is repeated in ink on title page. On front pastedown a number in ink is crossed out.

Author(s):
Cotsell, George
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1856
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
125
Publisher:
John Weale
Title:
A Treatise on Ships' Anchors

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