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Masting and Rigging the Clipper Ship and Ocean Carrier by Harold A. Underhill

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Product description

With authentic plans, working drawings and details of the nineteenth and twentieth century sailing ship. Illustrated with full-page working drawings and detail sketches by the author along with a labelled fold-out plan of the belaying pin layout for a fully-rigged ship. Pagination: x + 300 pages including index.

Green textured cloth binding with blind-stamped title to front cover and gilt lettering to spine.

Very good condition for a second-hand book: very light bumping to cover corners and spine ends, spot stains to spine; light cracking between pages 292 and 293; light tanning/soiling to page edges, light foxing and partial tanning to front and rear free endpapers, very light foxing to rear pastedown endpaper, spot stain to pages vi and vii, occasional soiling internally, otherwise internally fine given age of book.

Item details

Author(s):
Underhill, Harold A.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1953 reprint.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
300
Publisher:
Brown, Son and Ferguson, Ltd.
Title:
Masting and Rigging

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With authentic plans, working drawings and details of the nineteenth and twentieth century sailing ship. Illustrated with full-page working drawings and detail sketches by the author along with a labelled fold-out plan of the belaying pin layout for a fully-rigged ship. Pagination: x + 300 pages including index.

Green textured cloth binding with blind-stamped title to front cover and gilt lettering to spine.

Very good condition for a second-hand book: very light bumping to cover corners and spine ends, spot stains to spine; light cracking between pages 292 and 293; light tanning/soiling to page edges, light foxing and partial tanning to front and rear free endpapers, very light foxing to rear pastedown endpaper, spot stain to pages vi and vii, occasional soiling internally, otherwise internally fine given age of book.

Author(s):
Underhill, Harold A.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1953 reprint.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
300
Publisher:
Brown, Son and Ferguson, Ltd.
Title:
Masting and Rigging

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