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The history of American sailing ships

by CHAPELLE, HOWARD I

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New York: W.W. Norton & Co, 1935. First trade edition, 4to, pp. xvii-[xx], 400; pictorial title page (in color), 30 plates (16 double-page diagrams of ships), other illustrations and diagrams throughout text; edges slightly browned, spine discolored, else very good in original beige cloth, blue print on spine and upper cover. Howes C-289.




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