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Atlantic Circle; Around the Ocean With the Winds and Tides

by Outhwaite, Leonard

Condition: Good. No dust jacket. in No jacket

New York: London: C. Scribner's Sons, 1931. Same date title and copyright pages. Letter "A" on copyright pg. Hard cover. Good. No dust jacket. in No jacket.
First edition. xi p., 1 1., 309 p. front., illus., plates. 23 cm. Maps on lining papers. This book is the story of a sea adventure--the story of a small schooner's circuit of the Atlantic Ocean. Endpapers depict a map of the North Atlantic and traces the route taken. 1931 Scribners, 1st Edition. Soiling to white cloth cover, light occasional foxing, o/w internally tight & unmarked. NO REMAINDER MARK; NOT X-LIBRARY.


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