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The Colonial Clippers

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Product description

Hardback 1955 reprint published by Brown Son & Ferguson. Clipped dust jacket is worn at extremities and has several small tears and some small areas missing especially at the top and bottom of the spine/ Blue cloth covered boards with gilt title on spine and front cover. Water mark at lower end of covers and spine. Three small holes to front cover. Spine bumped top and bottom and torn at top. Covers worn at extremities. Some small stains to page edges. Pages lightly tanned throughout. However this is a very readable copy, tightly bound with no inscriptions.

this book is in four parts:-

1 Great wooden clippers of the Black Ball, White Star, Eagle and Other lines which carried emigrants from Liverpool to Australia.

2 Wood and Composite Clippers trading to Sydney, Melbourne and south Australia

3 Magnificent iron sailing ships from 1860 to 1900 which raced to and from Australia

4 The New Zealand trade and the rivalry between Shaw Savill and the New Zealand Shipping Company

Item details

Author(s):
Lubbock, Basil
Condition:
Used: very good
Publisher:
Brown Son & Ferguson
Title:
The Colonial Clippers

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Hardback 1955 reprint published by Brown Son & Ferguson. Clipped dust jacket is worn at extremities and has several small tears and some small areas missing especially at the top and bottom of the spine/ Blue cloth covered boards with gilt title on spine and front cover. Water mark at lower end of covers and spine. Three small holes to front cover. Spine bumped top and bottom and torn at top. Covers worn at extremities. Some small stains to page edges. Pages lightly tanned throughout. However this is a very readable copy, tightly bound with no inscriptions.

this book is in four parts:-

1 Great wooden clippers of the Black Ball, White Star, Eagle and Other lines which carried emigrants from Liverpool to Australia.

2 Wood and Composite Clippers trading to Sydney, Melbourne and south Australia

3 Magnificent iron sailing ships from 1860 to 1900 which raced to and from Australia

4 The New Zealand trade and the rivalry between Shaw Savill and the New Zealand Shipping Company

Author(s):
Lubbock, Basil
Condition:
Used: very good
Publisher:
Brown Son & Ferguson
Title:
The Colonial Clippers

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