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Sail's Last Century: The Merchant Sailing Ship 1830-1930 by  Robert : (editor) Gardiner - First edition - 1993 - from greaves-leaves and Biblio.co.uk

Sail's Last Century: The Merchant Sailing Ship 1830-1930

by Gardiner, Robert : (editor)

Condition: Fine/very good


1993. First edition. Hardback. Fine / very good. 1st edition 1993 (limited ed. 1325 of 2000, , Used / Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: VeryGood. . No inscriptions. Published by Conway Maritime Press. Large format hardback, , illustrated - black & white plates / diagrams, red cloth covered boards, gilt lettering - title, In the 1830-1900 period shipowners invested in both sail and steam ships according to the usual commercial evaluation of potential risks and rewards.

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