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The History of American Sailing Ships by CHAPELLE Howard I - Hardcover - from G. & J. CHESTERS and

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The History of American Sailing Ships

by CHAPELLE Howard I

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Bonanza Books, . pp.xvii,400, 16 pages of so-called plates (detailed technical drawings), 14 pages of photos, and 81 text-figures, 7.5"x 9.5", hardback, a fine copy in a fine dust-jacket of an undated book that was copyrighted in 1935 [0517023326] Overseas customers will be asked to pay an additional postage charge on this heavy book


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