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Manual of Celestial Navigation, A. by  Arthur A Ageton - First Edition - from OLD WORKING BOOKS & Bindery (Est. 1994) and

Manual of Celestial Navigation, A.

by Ageton, Arthur A

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July 1943. Illustrated by b/w frontis, line drawings and charts. Stated 6th printing of first edition. (c.April 1942). Limp blue cloth, gilt print, table eps, cut fore-edge index. Cr.4to. pp. [iv], 104, [4] blank. NF/Ex-Lib. Stamp of the Dudley Observatory. Several signatures of Harry Raymond (1876-1961) with gift plate from his son Dr. Robert Raymond. Rubbed covers, yellowing page edges..


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