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The Elingamite and its Treasure

£5.99

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S Elingamite was an Australian passenger steamer of 2,585 tons, built in 1887, and owned by Huddart Parker. The ship was wrecked on 9 November 1902[2] off the north coast of New Zealand carrying a large consignment of gold. Now the Elingamite wreck is a favourite site for adventurous divers because of the drama associated with it, and wild tales of lost treasure.
This is the story of the 1968 discovery that offered new evidence on the loss of the Elingamite.
Condition - corners slightly knocked and there is a greeting on the third page where a corner has been cut off. Other than this the book is in really good condition. ,

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Author(s):
Wade Doak
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
14.5cms x 22cms
Edition:
1969
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
189
Publisher:
Hodder and Stoughton

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S Elingamite was an Australian passenger steamer of 2,585 tons, built in 1887, and owned by Huddart Parker. The ship was wrecked on 9 November 1902[2] off the north coast of New Zealand carrying a large consignment of gold. Now the Elingamite wreck is a favourite site for adventurous divers because of the drama associated with it, and wild tales of lost treasure.
This is the story of the 1968 discovery that offered new evidence on the loss of the Elingamite.
Condition - corners slightly knocked and there is a greeting on the third page where a corner has been cut off. Other than this the book is in really good condition. ,

Author(s):
Wade Doak
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
14.5cms x 22cms
Edition:
1969
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
189
Publisher:
Hodder and Stoughton

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