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The Glaven Ports

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The Glaven Ports - Jonathan Hooton

First published by the Blakeney History Group. First edition reprint 1997. pp 299.
A maritime history of Blakeney, Cley and Wiverton in North Norfolk.

Dust jacket in as-new state with not a nick or tear to be seen. Pictorial images to the faces of a map from long, long ago. Not price clipped. Front flap has a little forgivable crease. Author image to the rear face, bedecked with smugglers' earrings and a tie. He was once the chairman of the Historical Society.

As-new cloth boards in soft ultramarine with gold titles to spine.
Untouched and unread text block full of historical gossip and yarns. Smugglers' tales of rum and precious stones etc etc. Sparsely illustrated.
Block edges very lightly soiled.

This is a super coffee table book for the nautically inclined or local historian.

Item details

Author(s):
Hooton, Jonathan
Condition:
As new
Edition:
First edition 1997
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0951832816
Number of pages:
299
Publisher:
Blakeney History Group
Title:
The Glaven Ports

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The Glaven Ports - Jonathan Hooton

First published by the Blakeney History Group. First edition reprint 1997. pp 299.
A maritime history of Blakeney, Cley and Wiverton in North Norfolk.

Dust jacket in as-new state with not a nick or tear to be seen. Pictorial images to the faces of a map from long, long ago. Not price clipped. Front flap has a little forgivable crease. Author image to the rear face, bedecked with smugglers' earrings and a tie. He was once the chairman of the Historical Society.

As-new cloth boards in soft ultramarine with gold titles to spine.
Untouched and unread text block full of historical gossip and yarns. Smugglers' tales of rum and precious stones etc etc. Sparsely illustrated.
Block edges very lightly soiled.

This is a super coffee table book for the nautically inclined or local historian.

Author(s):
Hooton, Jonathan
Condition:
As new
Edition:
First edition 1997
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0951832816
Number of pages:
299
Publisher:
Blakeney History Group
Title:
The Glaven Ports

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