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The History of American Sailing Ships

by Chapelle, Howard I

Condition: Fair/Poor


New York: Bonanza Books, 1935. HEAVY. xvii, 400 pages, more than 200 plans, perspectives and sketches, appendix, index. Decorative blue cloth boards flecked, in silverfished dust-jacket with traces on the front and rear covers and substantial damage to the flap folds. Internally the book is in clean and excellent condition. The book traces the development of American ships, their design, build, and the men who made them, and is written by a professional naval architect.. Hard Cover. Fair/Poor. Illus. by Drawings By The Author, George C Wales and Henry Rusk. 4to.


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