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Sailing Ships (Parts 1 & 2) booklets.

£10.00

Product description

Published in two volumes by HMSO for the Science Museum. "Part 1 Historical Notes" third edition, reprinted 1947 from the 1932 original. "Part II Catalogue of Exhibits, with Descriptive Notes" third edition, printed 1948.

Buff coloured paperback booklets with red images on front covers. Part 1 contains 115 pages. Part 2 contains 120 pages. Spines are a little worn and pages are beginning to age-darken. Binding is secure. In quite good condition generally.

"Their history and development as illustrated by the collection of ship-models in the science museum."

Sections on: Vessels of Greece & Rome; the English One-masted ship; men-of-war in the 18th century; the evolution & decline of clipper ships... and other topics.

This pair of books will be of interest to all devotees of maritime history and the age of sail.

Very collectible.

Item details

Author(s):
Clowes, G.S. Laird
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Third
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
335
Publisher:
HMSO

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About this item

Published in two volumes by HMSO for the Science Museum. "Part 1 Historical Notes" third edition, reprinted 1947 from the 1932 original. "Part II Catalogue of Exhibits, with Descriptive Notes" third edition, printed 1948.

Buff coloured paperback booklets with red images on front covers. Part 1 contains 115 pages. Part 2 contains 120 pages. Spines are a little worn and pages are beginning to age-darken. Binding is secure. In quite good condition generally.

"Their history and development as illustrated by the collection of ship-models in the science museum."

Sections on: Vessels of Greece & Rome; the English One-masted ship; men-of-war in the 18th century; the evolution & decline of clipper ships... and other topics.

This pair of books will be of interest to all devotees of maritime history and the age of sail.

Very collectible.

Author(s):
Clowes, G.S. Laird
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
Third
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
335
Publisher:
HMSO

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