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G. L. Watson The Art & Science of Yacht Design Martin Black

£119.99

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This biography of the peerless Scottish yacht designer, George Lennox Watson, is more than the story of his life and career throughout the Golden Age of yachting. It refreshingly sheds light on the genesis of the modern designer as a distinct practitioner: shipbuilder's response to 19th century specialisation, or division of purpose.

This is in very good condition with the dust jacket also in very good condition. It was published by Peggy Bawn Press in 2011.

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Author(s):
Martin Black
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0957112300
ISBN-13:
9780957112308
Publisher:
Peggy Bawn Press

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This biography of the peerless Scottish yacht designer, George Lennox Watson, is more than the story of his life and career throughout the Golden Age of yachting. It refreshingly sheds light on the genesis of the modern designer as a distinct practitioner: shipbuilder's response to 19th century specialisation, or division of purpose.

This is in very good condition with the dust jacket also in very good condition. It was published by Peggy Bawn Press in 2011.

Author(s):
Martin Black
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0957112300
ISBN-13:
9780957112308
Publisher:
Peggy Bawn Press

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Oxfam Bookshop Victoria Road

Oxfam Books and Music on Victoria Road in Glasgow is set in a bustling and diverse area of the city. Having increased its popularity with its customers due to its friendly and helpful team, and its retro music shop ambience, people come from all over to visit it. It is very much a part of the local community and provides a place where people can meet. Offering a wide and diverse selection of books and records (some of these rare and valuable), as well as comics, magazines, videos, dvds and other items such as posters and t-shirts, this Oxfam is a must on your list to do.

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