67225
ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP
STEEL STEAMSHIP "INNAMINCKA"

Colour print (frameable) with name of ship on the front, plus details of "Innamincka" and her services as an Iron Steamship. Slight foxing/soiling (sellotape mark at top). Near fine. Oblong: 20.8 x 33.5.
Iron Steamship, built 1890 at Glasgow, by Napier, Shanks & Bell. Sailing for the Adelaide Steamship Co. between Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney, then on the Australian East Coast, until 1917.... Sunk 28 December 1941, by Japanese aircraft in Manila Bay.
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$20

36644
ALEXANDER, Caroline
THE ENDURANCE, Shackleton's Legendary Antarctic Expedition

New York. 1999. Alfred A. Knopf / American Museum of Natural History. 5th printing in January 1999 of the November 1998 US original. (X), 214 PP with 1 map and 142 b/w photos. Half title page: Cutting through the pack ice. Fp: The Endurance keeling over on port side. Hard cover, cloth spine, dj. Fine. 23.8 x 21. 0375404031
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$30

20531
ALEXANDER, Michael
OMAI 'NOBLE SAVAGE'

London. 1977. Collins & Harvill Press. 1st Ed. 223 PP plus 12 Pages with 14 bw illust. Ep: Capt. Wallis & men of the 'Dolphin' meet Queen Oberea, Tahiti, 1767. Hard cover, dj. (small closed tear). Near fine. 21.6 x 14. 0002626101
The first noble savage dear to the 18th century French philosopher Rousseau, comes into contact with the civilized world of England.
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$20

67368
ALFRED HOLT
WRITING PAPER - M. V. GORGON, Blue Funnel Line

Liverpool. 1950. Blue Funnel Line / Alfred Holt. 1 unused sheet of writing paper with crest of House-Flag and name of vessel M. V. Gorgon at top. Two small creases (folds), o/wise very good. 20.3 x 12.7.
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$5

67372
AMERICAN PIONEER LINE
AMERICAN PIONEER LINE - Baggage Label "Hold"

New York. 1920. American Pioneer Line. 1 Baggage Label for storage in "Hold", with a string tie. Ageing of paper. Very good. Oblong: 8 x 16.
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$5

67408
ANDERSON, Nola (editor)
AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL - Treasures from a Century of Collecting

Canberra. 2012. Australian War Memorial & Murdoch Books. 1st Ed. Foreword by Steve Gower. (12), 612 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 28.2 x 22.5. 9781742660127
A massive volume with major sections on The Second World War in Europe, War in the Pacific, New Conflicts: Korea to Vietnam, Australia's Peacekeeping Commitments, Conflict in the Middle East...
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$40

67273
ANDERSON, R. C.
SEVENTEENTH CENTURY RIGGING, A Handbook for Model-Makers

London. 1972. Model & Allied Publications Ltd.. 3rd Impression of the 1955 original. XII, 146 PP, plus 4 pages with 8 b/w photos, 22 folded plates with 282 drawings and their legends and a large folded plan of the "St George" at rear of book. Pictorial stiff covers (lightly soiled). Covers laminated. Stamp of previous owner at top corner of half title page. Faint foxing. Very good. 21.7 x 13.6.
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$20

44135
ANDERSON, R. Charles
AN UNDERWATER GUIDE TO INDONESIA

Honolulu. 2000. University of Hawai'i Press. 1st Ed. 160 PP with 2 maps and 254 colour photos. Cloth cover, dj. Fine. 23.4 x 16. 0824823680
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$20

67199
ANNIS, P. G. W.
NAVAL SWORDS, British and American Naval Edged Weapons 1660-1815

London . 1970. Arms and Armour Press. 1st Ed. 80 PP with 57 b/w illustrations. Fp: Late 17th-century Scallop Shell Hilted Hanger. Hard cover, dj. Dust jacket with repaired chips. Fine. 22 x 14.
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$35

59108
ARMSTRONG, Malcolm C.
PRACTICAL SHIP-HANDLING

Glasgow. 1980. Brown, Son & Ferguson. 1st Ed. VIII, 110 PP with 61 b/w illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Dedicatory note on front endpaper signed by the author. Faint foxing, o/wise near fine. 22 x 14. 0851743870
The fundamental principles of shiphandling while berthing, unberthing, passing, anchoring.
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$25

67206
ARON, Wellesley.
WHEELS IN THE STORM - The Genesis of the Israeli Defence Forces

Canberra. 1974. Roebuck Book. 1st edition. Foreword by Major-General Cullen. Roebuck Society Publication No. 13. X, 196 PP, plus 20 pages with b/w illustrations (4 cartoons and 36 photos). FEP: Map of Eastern Mediterranean Sea. REP: Map of Cyrenaica. Pictorial hard covers, dj. Fine. 25.1 x 18.2. 0909434042
Jewish Palestinian troops with the British Army (Royal Army Service Corps): Egypt, Libya, Malta, Italy.
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$35

67229
ASKERI MÜZE
ASKERI MÜZE / MILITARY MUSEUM AND CULTURAL CENTRE - TURKEY

Istanbul. c. 1993. Askeri Müze ve Kültür Sitesi Komutanligi. Folder containing 6 brochures (5 of them folded). I - "Military Museum": 44 PP with 5 b/w photos and colour illustrations (1 map, 2 plans and 68 photos). II - "From Past to Present": 4 folds with 1 b/w and 14 colour photos. III - "Ottoman Palace Tents": 3 folds with 13 colour photos. IV - "Uniforms": 3 folds with 15 colour photos. V - "Edged Weapons": 3 folds with 13 colour photos. VI - "Firearms": 3 folds with 14 colour photos. English text. Fine. 21 x 16.2.
Military Museum and Cultural Center held at the former Military Academy of Turkey, in Harbiye, Istanbul, since 1993.
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$20

61827
ATKINSON, Jenni
A GIRL IN SQUARE RIG - Four Months Before The Mast

London. 1977. Arlington Books. 1st Ed. 203 PP, plus 16 pages with b/w illustrations (1 map and 34 photos). Eps: details of Brigantine "Phoenix" and Sail Plan. Hard cover, gilt title on spine. Near fine. 24 x 16.
Deckhand for crossing the Atlantic on the brigantine "Phoenix".
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$10

67219
ATKINSON, Lewis, LIVINGSTON, Howard T.
PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE BAY / MARINE VIEWS of Vessels Under Sail / PHOTOGRAPHER on the Waterfront (in Sea Letter, Vol. 4, No.1)

San Francisco. 1966. San Francisco Maritime Museum. Vol.4, No. 1, August 1966. Edited by Anita Ventura. 8 PP with 6 b/w photos). Issue with a crease. Very good. 28 x 21.7.
Photographers of the Bay: William Letts Oliver, William H. Lowden & Walter A. Scott. ...
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$10

67208
A.U.S.N.
STEEL STEAMSHIP "ARAMAC"

Colour print (frameable) with brief history on the front, plus details of "Aramac" and sister ship "Arawatta," and their services on loose page. Slight foxing / soiling (sellotape mark at top). Very good. Oblong: 20.8 x 33.5
Iron Steamship, built 1889 at Dumbarton by Wm. Denny & Bros. Sailing with A.U.S.N. (Australasian United Steam Navigation Co.,) between 1889 and 1924.
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$20

67226
A.U.S.N.
STEEL STEAMSHIP "WODONGA"

Colour print (frameable) with name of ship on the front, plus details of "Wodonga" and her services as an Iron Steamship. Slight foxing/soiling (sellotape mark at top). Near fine. Oblong: 20.8 x 33.5.
Iron Steamship, built 1890 at Glasgow, by A. J. Inglis. Sailing for the Australasian United Steam Navigation Co. between Melbourne and Cooktown, until 1923....
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$20

67261
BAKER, Tim
AUSTRALIA'S CENTURY OF SURF: How a big Island at the bottom of the World became the Greatest Surfing Nation on Earth

Sydney. 2013. Ebury Press / Random House Australia. 1st Ed. XXVII, 28-272 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Laminated pictorial boards, dj. As new. 28.7 x 22.2. 9781742758282
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$35

38159
BARBOUR, Philip L. (editor)
THE JAMESTOWN VOYAGES UNDER THE FIRST CHARTER 1606-1609 Volume I

Cambridge. 1969. Hakluyt Society. 1st Ed. Publication 136 of Hakluyt Society second series. Vol. I: XXVIII, 247 PP with 1 facsimile of title page and 2 maps, plus 1 folded map and 2 b/w plates. Fp: The original fleet of 1606. Cloth cover, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj has a little light foxing, o/wise near fine. 22 x 14.5.
Documents relating to the foundation of Jamestown and the history of the Jamestown colony up to the departure of Captain John Smith, last president of the Council in Virginia under the first charter, early in October, 1609. Volume I: 44 documents.
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$25

67147
BAYNHAM, Henry
FROM THE LOWER DECK - The Old Navy 1780-1840

London. 1969. Hutchinson. 1st Ed. XII, 200 PP, plus 12 pages with 15 b/w illust. & 1 folded plan of the full-rigged ship. Fp (in colour): Detail from "The Main Deck of a Man of War" by T. Sutherland. Cloth cover, dj (price-clipped). Near fine. 23.5 x 15. 09087790X
The Royal Navy viewed by men of the Lower Deck: John Nicol, Jack Nastyface, Samuel Leech,...
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$35

67306
BEATSON, Robert
NAVAL AND MILITARY MEMOIRS OF GREAT BRITAIN from 1727 to 1783 - Volume 3

New York. 2005. Adamant Media Corporation. 1st in the "Elibron Classics Replica Edition". Unabridged facsimile of the 1804 original. (4), XV, 448 PP. Pictorial soft cover. Covers have been laminated. Fine. 21x 13.5. 9781402178382
Vol. III: Appendix to Volumes First and Second.
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$25

51568
BEAUDOUIN, François
BATEAUX DES COTES DE FRANCE. Histoire des voiles d'Europe à travers les bateaux des côtes de France

Grenoble. 1990. Glénat. 1st Ed. 375, (2) PP with b/w illustrations (drawings, engravings, maps, plans, photos). Hard cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. French text. Near fine. 30.5 x 23.5. 2732411974
Traditional craft of the coasts of France (Mediterranean, Atlantic)... Pilot boats, yachts, barges...
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$100

67293
BEAVER, Paul
ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF THE MODERN ROYAL NAVY, including the Fleet Air Arm & Royal Marines

Cambridge, UK. 1982. Patrick Stephens. 1st Ed. 329 PP with maps, plans of ships, organigrams & bw photos. Title spread: superb also known as Super Bee. FEP: Southampton, a type 42 destroyers. REP: Hermes, manoeuvred by two tugs of the Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service. Hard cover, gilt title on spine. Near fine. 24 x 20. 0850595606
Royal Navy since 1945: organisation, role, warships... Naval equipment, weapons... Uniforms & insignia.
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$10

33659
BECKINGHAM, C. F. & HUNTINGFORD, G. W. B. (editors)
SOME RECORDS OF ETHIOPIA 1593-1646 - Being Extracts from The History of High Ethiopia or Abassia by Manoel de Almeida, together with Bahrey's History of the Galla

London. 1954. Hakluyt Society. 1st Ed. Publication 107 of Hakluyt Society second series. XCVI, 267 PP with 2 illust., plus 8 b/w plates. Fp: The title page of Almeida's manuscript. Cloth cover, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine. Some foxing, o/wise near fine. 22.5 x 14.6.
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$35

56189
BIDDLE, Tyrrel E.
A TREATISE ON THE CONSTRUCTION, RIGGING, & HANDLING OF MODEL YACHTS, SHIPS & STEAMERS, with remarks on Cruising and & Racing Yachts, and the management of open boats; also lines for various models and a cutter yacht

London. 1883. Norie & Wilson. 2nd edition, enlarged. (8), 101, ( 11 appendix), (4 explanations to plates), (14 advertisements) PP, plus 10 of the 12 b/w plates called for (lacking plates: VII & VIII). Fp: Ropes, Sails and Spars of a Schooner (Plate II). Cloth cover, gilt decoration and title on front cover. Half title page may be lacking. Some pages repaired. Ageing of paper. In need of rebinding. 22 x 14.
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$100

67201
BLACKMAN, Raymond V.B. (Editor)
JANE'S FIGHTING SHIPS 1955-56

London. 1956. Sampson Low, Marston & Co. 58th yearly issue. 67 adv., XXIV, 478 PP with b/w illustrations (photographs, plans, profiles & silhouettes, flags and uniforms). Fp: H.M.S Ark Royal. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, title in blind on covers, dj. Dust jacket with repaired tears. Stamp on front part of dust jacket and top outside edge. Faint foxing. A very good clean copy. Oblong: 21.5 x 32.5.
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$80

42371
BLYTH, Chay
THEIRS IS THE GLORY

London. 1974. Hodder and Stoughton. 1st Ed. 222 PP with 4 maps, plus 24 pages with 36 b/w & 12 colour photos. Eps: The 16 yachts competing. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Short note at top of title page. Foxing spots on outside edges and some pages, dust jacket rubbed and chipped, o/wise very good. 22 x 14. 034018518X
Great Britain II and the Round the World Race .
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$10

46923
BLYTH, Chay & Maureen
INNOCENT ABOARD

London. 1970. Nautical Publishing Co. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Sir Alec Rose. 196 PP with 1 map, plus 4 pages with 7 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Faint foxing on outside edges. Near fine. 20.4 x 13. 24550480X
Shake down cruise on the sloop Dytiscus, solo between England to South Africa and return trip with his wife.
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$10

67231
BOGLE, Edwin
VOYAGE OF EDWIN BOGLE, 22 years old, on the Sailing Vessel "LOCH VENNACHAR" from Glasgow to Melbourne: 76 days, 5/7/1879 to 18/9/1879

Brisbane. c. 1990. Queensland Maritime Museum. Plastic folder containing: Transcription from manuscript, 13 PP (recto only) with 1 graph "Miles travelled per week", 1 b/w photo & 2 maps (photocopy quality), photocopy of original manuscript & its hand written transcription, and 7 typed pages. Clear plastic front. Near fine. 29.7 x 21.
Edwin Bogle: 1856- 1908. Refer: "Log of Logs", Volume Two, page 303.
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$20

66699
BONINGTON, Chris
QUEST FOR ADVENTURE - Ultimate Feats of Modern Exploration

Washington. 2000. Adventure Press / National Geographic Society. 1st Ed. 352 PP with b/w and colour illustrations (maps, plans and photos). Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 27.2 x 20.2. 0792279530
17 Adventures - Oceans: Kon Tiki / Thor Heyerdahl. Gipsy Moth / Francis Chichester. Ice Bird / David Lewis. ... Desert. Rivers. Mountains. Poles ... Air.
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$15

67262
BOWEN, John (editor)
MODEL SHIPWRIGHT 104 - A Quarterly Journal of Ships and Ship Models

London. 1998. Conway. Issue No. 104, June 1998. 72 PP with b/w illustrations, plus large folded plan of Steamer on the Orkney route "Earl Sigurd" (1930). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 24 x 18.5. 0851777619
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$15

42914
BOYCE, James & HAYE, Pete / BOYLES, Warren & WILSON, Lyn
NICOLAS BAUDIN - The Bicentenary of the expedition to Van Diemen's Land of an extraordinary French Explorer / THE EXPEDITION - An artist's perception of Baudin's voyage (in 40 South Tasmania)

Hobart. 2002. 40 Degrees South Pty Ltd. Issue 24, Autumn, March 2002. Contains article pages 16 to 23 with 1 b/w portrait and 8 colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.5 x 21.
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$20

40255
BOYES, Rosemary (Mrs. Frank Boyes)
OVERLAND TO PORT PHILLIP BAY - The story of the epic exploration by Hume and Hovell, with party. October-December, 1824

Albury. 1974. The Albury and District Historical Society. 3rd edition of the 1972 original. 56 PP with 3 maps, 1 drawing and 20 b/w photos. Illustrated soft cover. Near fine. 21.8 x 13.8. 095991062X
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$15

54306
BOYS, G. V. (editor)
TRANSACTIONS OF THE INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS. Volume 83 - 1941

London. 1941. Institution of Naval Architects. Annual edition. Vol. LXXXII. XLII, 204 PP with tables and figures, plus 4 plates with b/w portraits and 5 plates with 18 b/w photos. Fp: Portrait of Rear Admiral D. W. Taylor. Cloth cover, gilt decoration on front board, gilt title on front board and spine. Spine lightly sunned. Fine. 28.5 x 22.5.
Historical notes on investigations at the Admiralty Experiment Works, Torquay, by R. W. L. Gawn.
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$20

67277
BRIDGE, Vice-Admiral Cyprian A.G. (editor)
HISTORY OF THE RUSSIAN FLEET during the Reign of Peter the Great, by a Contemporary Englishman (1724)

London. 1899. Navy Records Society. 1st Ed. Volume XV of the Navy Records Society. XXVI, 161, (3) PP with tables. Navy blue/cream buckram, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine. Spine repaired at front hinge. Occasional foxing, ageing of paper. Very good. 24 x 16.
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$45

66956
BRION, Irene
LADY G I - A Woman's War in the South Pacific

Novato, CA. 1997. Presidio Press. 1st Ed. 178 PP, plus 34 pages with 69 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 19.8 x 13.5. 0891416331
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$30

66548
BRISBANE PORT
PORT OF BRISBANE NEWS - Official Newsletter of the Port of Brisbane (2005 - 2007)

Brisbane. 2005 to 2007. Port of Brisbane Corporation. Official Newsletters: October 2005 to January 2007. A total of 15 issues: 30 pages, with colour illustrations. Very good. Format: 29.7 x 21.
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$15

37305
BRODIE, Ian
STEAMERS OF THE FORTH

Newton Abbot. 1976. David & Charles. 1st Ed. 168 PP with 2 maps, 6 drawings, and 17 b/w plates. Title page: vignette with paddle steamer. Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 22.2 x 14.2. 071537155X
16 pages with Fleet List.
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$15

67414
BROWN, Warren, MATHESON, Mick & KIDBY, Lang
The Great PEKING TO PARIS Expedition

Sydney. 2005. HarperCollins. 1st Ed. XIII, 340 PPwith b/w photos and colour illustrations (1 map, artworks by Ben Mullins and photos by Bob Barker). Illustrated frontispiece and endpapers. Hard cover, dj (lightly rubbed). Near fine. 28 x 22.5. 0732282535
The 2005 re-enactment voyage of the 1907 expedition " La croisière Jaune".
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$30

54914
BRUIJN, Wim, van der KUIP, Guus & VROOM, Udo (editors)
SPIEGEL DER ZEILVAART

Bussum. 1978. De Boer Maritiem. 2nd Year, No. 3, July 1978. 66 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Dutch text. Fine. 28 x 21.5.
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$10

16748
BRYANT, Sir Arthur
NELSON

London. 1971. Collins. 1st reprint of the 1970 original. 173 PP with 83 b/w illust. (paintings, plans, maps,..) & 5 tables in text, plus 12 colour illust. Fp: Nelson Wounded at Teneriffe. Eps: Scene at the Battle of Trafalgar. Hard cover, dj (price clipped). Faint foxing. Very good. 24.5 x 16. 0001922556
Life of Nelson, his three major victories: Nile at Aboukir, Baltic at Copenhagen, and against Villeneuve at Trafalgar.
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$15

10441
BRYDEN, E. (editor)
SCRIMSHAW

Hobart. 1963. Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery. 1st edition with a preface by Alfred W. Pedder, and a foreword by W. Bryden. 24 PP with 21 b/w photos. Soft cover, illustrated front. Very good. 24.6 x 18.4.
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$20

42785
BUCKRIDGE, Patrick (Editor)
QUEENSLAND REVIEW - Vol.8, No.1

Brisbane. 2001. The University of Queensland. Volume 8, No. 1, May 2001. VI, 96 PP. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 24.8 x 17.5.
Contains article from P. 21 to 30 by Steve Mullins "KASTOM, Synchretism and Self-Determination: the Reconciliation of Bipotaim and Pastaim in the Church of Torres Strait".
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$15

39432
BUREAU OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS
REGIONAL IMPACT OF PORTS

Canberra. 2000. Bureau of Transport Economics. 1st Ed., Report No. 101. XX, 152 PP with 1 map of Australia, 2 plans of the Port of Fremantle, figures and tables. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 24.8 x 17.6. 0642432929
Impact of a port on regional output, income and employment... Case study: the Port of Fremantle.
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$15

14372
BURGESS, Robert F.
SINKINGS, SALVAGES, AND SHIPWRECKS

New York. 1970. American Heritage Press. 1st Ed. 188 PP, (4 appendix/bibliography) with b/w illust. Eps: Coins. Cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket has a few small chips and a repaired closed tear, o/wise a fine copy. 24 x 16.2. 070089566
Archaeology of shipwrecks, the doomed Armada, Port Royal, Great Lakes, Titanic...
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$20

62921
BURNS, PHILP AND COMPANY LTD.
ALL ABOUT BURNS, PHILP AND COMPANY LIMITED, Their Shipping Agencies, Branches & Steamers

Sydney. 1903. Burns Philp & co. Ltd. 1st Ed. 3-122 PP with b/w photos and 6 colour maps. Fp: Watercolour: Rubiana Lagoon, Solomon Islands. Lacks half title page and original covers. Rebacked with plain soft wrappers. A little light soiling, o/wise a very nice copy of a scarce item. 23.7 x 18.2.
History of the Company : shipping and agency, description and photos of ports and secondary ports of Australia, British New Guinea, Solomons, Santa-Cruz, New Hebrides, Lord Howe, Norfolk, Gilbert and Ellice, Tonga. A precious memento of the maritime history in these parts of the South Pacific.
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$150

20616
BUTLER, John A.
SAILING ON FRIDAY, The Perilous Voyage of America's Merchant Marine

Washington. 1997. Brassey's. 1st Ed. XV, 287, (1) PP with 3 maps, and 35 bw illust. Fp: Merchantman wheelhouse, Socony Mobilube, circa 1940. Hard cover, dj. As new. 24.3 x 16. 1574881248
Pages 251 to 260: chronology of the US merchant marine.
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$15

67067
BUTLER, Rowan
BREAKING THE ICE

Sydney. 1988. Albatross Books. 1st Ed. Foreword by Louise Holliday 160 PP with 28 b/w photos and colour illustions (1 map, page of log book and 203 photos). Eps: Full moon over Antarctica. Hard cover, dj. Dedicatory note on half title page signed by the author. Occasional foxing on first & last leaves, and the dust jacket. Near fine. 30.4 x 22.5. 086760087X
Life and work in the frozen wilderness of Antarctica.
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$25

67397
CADORET, Bernard, BENNETT, Jenny ... (editors)
MARITIME LIFE AND TRADITIONS - No. 2

Douarnenez. 1999. Le Chasse-Marée & WoodenBoat Publications. No. 2, March 1999. (4), 84, (2) PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover (The Thames Barge "Dawn"). Fine. 27.5 x 22.
Cornish Pilchards today, by Keith Harris. Eric Tabarly and Pen Duick, by François Chevalier, Jacques Taglang and William Collier. The Thames Barges, by Tom Cunliffe. The Kuna of the San Blas islands and the Ulu, by Tom Zydler.
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$10

67398
CADORET, Bernard, BENNETT, Jenny ... (editors)
MARITIME LIFE AND TRADITIONS - No. 7

Douarnenez. 2000. Le Chasse-Marée & WoodenBoat Publications. No. 7, May 2000. (4), 84 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover (Friendship sloop "Acadia"). Fine. 27.5 x 22.
The CSS Alabama, by Peter Ibold. The Eddystone Light, by Francis Bennett. Stan Hugill, last of the Chanteymen, by John Wright.
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$10

67399
CADORET, Bernard, BENNETT, Jenny ... (editors)
MARITIME LIFE AND TRADITIONS - No. 8

Douarnenez. 2000. Le Chasse-Marée & WoodenBoat Publications. No. 8, August 2000. (4), 84, (2) PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover (An Adirondack Guideboat). Fine. 27.5 x 22.
The Adirondack, "Venice of the Woods", by Hallie E. Bond. The last Whale Hunters (Lamalera, Indonesia), by Roger Michael Johnson. Mathew Fontaine Maury, by Tom Jackson.
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$10

67394
CADORET, Bernard, BENNETT, Jenny ... (Editors)
MARITIME LIFE AND TRADITIONS - No. 14

Douarnenez. 2002. Le Chasse-Marée & WoodenBoat Publications. No. 14, Spring 2002. (6), 82, (2) PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover (HM Bark Endeavour). Fine. 27.5 x 22.
Pages 2 to 17: H.M. Bark Endeavour, by Jenny Bennett. Pages 18 to 33: The Aland Shipowners and Pommern, by Basil Greenhill. The All-America Catboat, by Peter Brewer. Samuel Walters of Liverpool (1811-1882), by A.S. Davidson.
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$10

67395
CADORET, Bernard, BENNETT, Jenny ... (editors)
MARITIME LIFE AND TRADITIONS - No. 15

Douarnenez. 2002. Le Chasse-Marée & WoodenBoat Publications. No. 15, Summer 2002. (6), 82, (2) PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover (Yawl Royono at La Nioulargue). Fine. 27.5 x 22.
Pages 12 to 27: S.S. Great Britain - Brunel's Masterpiece, by Peter Rolt. The Alden Yawl "Royono", by Gwendal Jaffry. The Tancook Whalers, by Robert C. Post. New Zealand and the Last Days of Sail, by Paul Titchner.
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$10

67396
CADORET, Bernard, BENNETT, Jenny ... (editors)
MARITIME LIFE AND TRADITIONS - No. 21

Douarnenez. 2003. Le Chasse-Marée & WoodenBoat Publications. No. 21, Winter 2003. (4), 84 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover (Rowing an Oselvar in Engesund Archipelago, Norway). Fine. 27.5 x 22.
The Faerings of Norway, by Jean-Piere Guillou. History: Lake Champlain, by Art Cohn & Kevin Crisman. The "Mariette" (an Hereshoff schooner) Story, by Maynard Bray. Pitcairn, after the "Bounty", by Nigel Erskine.
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$10

39279
CANADIAN PACIFIC
MENU - EMPRESS OF BRITAIN - William Shakespeare

Dinner menu, 25th June 1958, illustrated by Lendon. Pictorial card cover. Alittle light foxing o/wise fine. 28.5 x 21.
Illustration: Born at Stratford-on-Avon, and Medallion of William Shakespeare 1564-1616. England's greatest literature figure.
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$15

67222
CANNON, Joe
STORM & SILENCE - A Portrait of the Tasman Sea

Hobart. 2003. Deep Sea Press. 1st Ed. Foreword by Captain Charles Alexander Woods. XVI, 409 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings, maps photos), plus 24 pages with 88 colour illustrations (8 paintings and 80 photos). Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 25.8 x 18.5. 0975057316
Tempestuous southern mistress & peaceful faraway place.
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$80

47113
CANNON, Michael
AUSTRALIA, SPIRIT OF A NATION

Melbourne. 1988. Viking O'Neil / Hallmark Diemasters & Engravers. Special edition of the 1985 original, for The Australian Collection. 224 PP with b/w and colour illustrations (picture research by Debby Cramer). Quarter bound, cloth boards, device and The Australian Collection on front cover, gilt title on leather spine. All edges gilt. A hint of foxing on first and last pages, o/wise fine. 31 x 23. 0859022102
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$20

45913
CARR, Frank G. G.
THE EPIC VOYAGE OF SIR FRANCIS CHICHESTER IN GIPSY MOTH IV

London. 1967. Pitkin Pictorial. 1st Ed., in the Pride of Britain books. 24 PP with 1 cut away, 2 sketches, 3 plans, 1 chart & 2 maps, and 35 b/w photos. Inside front cover: Departure and return of Gipsy Moth IV, Plymouth. Pictorial card cover. Near fine. 22.8 x 17.8.
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$15

33635
CARTER, Jennifer M. T.
PAINTING THE ISLANDS VERMILION - Archibald Watson and the brig Carl

Melbourne. 1999. Melbourne University Press. 1st Ed. XIV, 279 PP, plus 12 pages with 19 b/w illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 22.3 x 14.6. 0522848532
A legendary Australian, Archibald Watson: surgeon, anatomist and professor. In 1871-72 he sailed on the infamous Carl, involved in blackbirding and murder of kidnapped Islanders.
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$30

67307
CHANDLER, David G. (Foreword)
THE TIMECHART OF MILITARY HISTORY

London. 1999. The Timechart Company / Worth Press. 1st Ed. 152 PP with b/w and (mostly) colour illustrations. Title spread: US Marines at Iwo Jima. Eps: Medieval "bombard". Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Small chip at top edge of front cover of dust jacket. Near fine. 31.5 x 25. 9781903025000
Pages 57 to 89: A - Z of Great Battles.
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$15

67249
CHAPMAN, Fredrik Henrik
ARCHITECTURA NAVALIS MERCATORIA - The Classic of Eighteenth-Century Naval Architecture

New York. 2006. Dover. 1st Dover edition of the 1768 original. (8), 152 PP with tables, 6 figures, and 62 plates. Fp: engraving of Stockholm in 1768. Pictorial soft covers. Covers have been laminated. Fine. 31 x 23.7. 0486451550
A facsimile edition of the classic 18th century treatise on shipbuilding first published in Stockholm in 1768.
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$25

17738
CHARLWOOD, Don
WRECKS & REPUTATIONS - The Loss of the Schomberg and Loch Ard

Sydney. 1977. Angus & Robertson. 1st Ed. XIV, 190 PP with 2 maps, 2 plans (rig & sail) in text plus 16 pages with 23 b/w illust. Eps: The Great Circle Route. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 19.8 x 13.5. 0207130655
The end of two tall ships on the South-west coast of Victoria in 1855 and 1878.
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$15

46245
CHARLWOOD, Edward
THE 1863 SHIPBOARD DIARY OF EDWARD CHARLWOOD: From England to Australia

Melbourne. 2003. Burgewood Books. Facsimile edition of the original Diary. IV, 42 PP with 1 b/w illustration (the Suffolk). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 21. 1876425121
On board the Suffolk: Gravesend to Melbourne, 22nd June to 9th September 1863.
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$20

62720
CHRISTIE, Agatha & PRICHARD, Mathew
THE GRAND TOUR

London. 2012. HarperCollins. 1st Ed. Introduced and edited by Mathew Prichard and Preface by Agatha Christie. 376 PP with b/w illustrations (facsimile of ephemeras, letters, and photos). Eps: Plan of the "British Empire Exhibition", of 1925.Hard cover, dj. New. 9780007447688
Letters and photographs from the British Empire Expedition (20th January 1922 to 1st December 1922). To South Africa (pages 44 to 129) on the Kildonan Castle. To Australia (pages 130 to 229) on board the TSS Aeneas. To New Zealand (pages 230 to 259) on board the Manuka. To Honolulu (pages 260to 306) on board the Makura. To Canada (pages 308 to 351 ) on S.S. Niagara. New York to Southampton on board RMS. Majestic.
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$25

67223
CLARENCE & RICHMOND RIVERS S.N. CO.
IRON PADDLE STEAMSHIP "CITY OF GRAFTON"

Colour print (frameable) with name of ship on the front, plus details of "City of Grafton" and her services as a paddle-wheeler. Slight foxing/soiling (sellotape mark at top). Near fine. Oblong: 20.8 x 33.5.
Iron paddle wheeler, built 1876 at Port Glasgow by Alexander Stephen & Sons. Sailing for the Clarence and Richmond Rivers S. N. Co., until 1913. Hulk in the Port of Sydney in 1920. Scrapped in 1930.
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$20

20061
COLES, Adland & HARDY, A.C.
MERCHANT SHIPS: WORLD BUILT, Vessels of 1000 tons gross and over completed in 1957, With Part II for Ships of under 1000 tons gross - Volume VI

Southampton. 1958. Adlard Coles. 1st Ed., Volume VI, 1958. Introduction by A. C. Hardy. 268 PP with tables, b/w illustrations (photos, plans) & 32 pages with adverts. Eps: Colour adverts. Fp: British Justice. Hard cover, gilt-engraved title on front cover and spine. Spine a little worn and shaken, o/wise very good. Oblong: 15 x 22.5.
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$10

45196
COLES, Adlard & STEWART, A. J.
MERCHANT SHIPS: WORLD BUILT, Vessels of 1000 tons gross and over completed in 1964 - Volume XIII

London & New York. 1965. Adlard Coles & John de Graff. 1st Ed., Volume XIII, 1965. 176 PP with tables & b/w illust. (photos & plans). Fp: Methane Princess. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Occasional foxing. Near fine. Oblong: 14.5 x 22.5.
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$15

67299
COLLEDGE, J. J. & WARLOW, Ben
SHIPS OF THE ROYAL NAVY - The Complete Record of all Fighting Ships of the Royal Navy from the 15th Century to the Present

London. 2006. Chatham Publishing. New revised edition of the expanded revised edition of 2003. XVIII, 396 PP. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Dust jacket has a few small chips, o/wise fine. 24 x 16. 9781861762818
Details of more than 15,000 ships.
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$45

67042
COLLIN, Catherine
BEACH CLUBS - Sea, See & Seen

Barcelona. 2007. Loft Publications. 1st bilingual edition. 223 PP with 1 reference map and hundreds of colour photos). Hard cover, title on front board and spine, dj. Text in Spanish and English. Note on front endpaper. Covers a little rubbed on outside edges (shelf wear), o/wise near fine. 26.2 x 26. 9788495832016
31 Beach Clubs and Spas around the world.
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$20

67216
COLTON, J. Ferrell (editor)
MARITIME REVIEW, A Monthly Compendium of Maritime Information - Volume I, No. 12

Flagstaff, Arizona. 1949. International Maritime Exchange. Vol. I, No. 12, November 1949. 14 PP (stapled) with 1 b/w photo of the "Pommern" on page 1. Ageing of paper. Very good. 28 x 22.
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$10

60230
COOK, James
THE VOYAGES OF CAPTAIN COOK (Jackdaw No. 20)

London. 1966. Jackdaw Publications. Reprint of the 1965 edition by Jonathan Cape. Folder with 14 of the 15 facsimiles of documents. Lacks Broadsheet 2 "Life aboard ship". Very good condition. Varying page sizes, some foolscap and some A4 depending on the document.
Contents: 1 - Draught plans of the Resolution, Cook's report on the Endeavour's sailing qualities and pictures of both ships. 2 - A letter from the Office for Sick and Hurt Seamen describing the effects of measures against scurvy. 3 - A chart of New Zealand drawn by Cook in 1770. 4 - A report on the state and condition of the Endeavour in 1771. - Admiralty secret orders for Cook's second voyage. 6 - Pages from the log of Cook's first voyage (1768-71) and from the journal of his Antarctic voyage (1772-1773). 7 - An eye witness report of the death of Captain Cook from the journal of Thomas Edgar, master of the Discovery. 8 - Incidents on Cook's voyages drawn by the artists who accompanied him. 9 - Six of the Seven Broadsheets: 1. James Cook, 3. South Pacific (1768-71). 4. The Antarctic (1772-75). 5. The North West Passage (1776-79). 6. Pacific Peoples. 7. Charting the Earth and Heavens.
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$15

67255
CORDINGLY, David
PAINTERS OF THE SEA - A survey of Dutch and English marine paintings from British collections

London / Brighton. 1979. Lund Humphries / Royal Pavilion, Art Gallery and Museums, Brighton. 1st Ed. 123 PP with 7 figures, 95 b/w illustrations, and 8 colour plates. Pictorial card cover (laminated). Near fine. 23.5 x 22.5. 85331425X
Catalogue of an exhibition "Painters of the Sea" held at the Art Gallery and Museum, Brighton from 5th of May to 29 July 1979.
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$30

43836
CORSINI, Capitano di Vascello Andrea & RESTANY, Pierre
AMERIGO VESPUCCI

Milano. 1986. Dante Bigji. Revised edition of the 1983 original. 173 PP with colour photographs between pages 27 and 171. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover, dj. Fine. Italian and English text. 30.5 x 24.5.
Three-masted sailing ship (with auxiliary engine power) of the Italian Navy. Launched 22 February 1931 at the Italian naval dockyard of Castellammare di Stabia.
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$75

35468
COTTEE, J. M.
TALL TRAINING SHIPS AND AUSTRALIAN REGION SAIL TRAINING SHIPS

Canberra. 1997. Ginninderra Press. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Malcolm Tull. 94 PP with 4 pages of sketches and 58 line drawings of Tall Ships by the author. Illustrated limp cover, clear plastic protected, spiral bound. Fine. 29.7 x 21. 0958682593
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$15

65808
COULTHARD-CLARK, Chris
WHERE AUSTRALIANS FOUGHT - The Encyclopaedia of Australia's Battles

Sydney. 1998. Allen & Unwin. 1st Ed. Foreword by Ian McLachlan. XIV, 306 PP with b/w illustrations (maps and plans, diagrams and drawings, engravings, paintings & photos). Hard cover, dj. Name of previous owner on front endpaper. Faint foxing, o/wise fine. 24.8 x 18. 1864486112
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$25

67068
COUPE, Sheena
THE HOME FRONT FAMILY ALBUM - Remembering Australia 1939-1945

Sydney. 1991. Weldon Publishing. 1st edition with an introduction by Nancy Keesing. 208 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 28.7 x 232.5. 1863021159
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$15

67302
COWSILL, Miles, & HENDY, John
NEWHAVEN / DIEPPE - The Car Ferry Era

Kilgetty, UK. 1994. Ferry Publications. 1st Ed. 56 PP with 10 colour and 57 b/w photos. Inside front cover: Vilandry at sea. Inside back cover: Stena Sealink advertisements. Pictorial soft cover. Name of previous owner at top corner of title page, o/wise near fine. Oblong: 14.8 x 20.8. 1871947200
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$10

43062
CRAWFORD, Andrew
A TRIP TO THE ANTIPODES - Maritime Monographs and Reports - No.45

Greenwich. 1980. National Maritime Museum. Introduction by S. M. Riley. (2), II, 42 PP with 1 map, 1 accommodation plan, 2 portraits and 5 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.8 x 20.7. 0905555333
London to Sydney on the iron sailing ship Patriarch, Aberdeen White Star Line. Return on the iron screw steamer, Cuzco, Orient Line.
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$30

67301
CRONE, G. C. E.
NEDERLANDSCHE JACHTEN BINNENSCHEPEN VISSCHERSVAARTUIGEN EN DAARMEE VERWANTE KLEINE ZEESCHEPEN 1650-1900

Schiepers, Schiedam. 1978. Facsimile reprint of 1926 original. 309, (4) PP, followed by 35, (3) PP of English translation : "Dutch Yachts, inland Ships, Fishing-Craft and small sea-going Ships - 1650-1900", plus 1 folded plate, 2 colour and 10 b/w plates within text, and over 66 b/w plates on glossy paper at end of book. Fp (in colour): Het IJ voor Amsterdam, einde der 17e eeuw. Blue cloth cover with gilt illustration on front and gilt title on spine. Dutch text. Light soiling on front cover, o/wise fine. Large format: 32 x 25.
Contains 85 illustrations on 77 plates, of ship models, ships, and old ship decoration. A massive volume.
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$60

58168
CROTHERS, William L.
THE AMERICAN-BUILT CLIPPER SHIP 1850-1856 - Characteristics, Construction, and Details

Camden, Maine, USA. 2000. International Marine. 1st paperback edition of the 1997 original. XXV, (3), 530 PP with tables, plans, sketch-plans, and drawings. Replacement page 145 "Table 9-1", loosely inserted. Fp: Taffrail of the "Young America", New York. Inside front cover: Track of the "Flying Cloud", 1854. Inside back cover: Track of the "Comet", 1853-1854. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. Scarce. 27.6 x 21.5. 0071358234
Part I: Prelude to Building the Ship, Part II: Construction of the Hull, Part III: Completion of the Ship. A most comprehensive work.
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$45

67191
CUMPSTON, J. S.
SHIPPING ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES, SYDNEY, 1788-1825

Canberra. 1977. Roebuck Society. 1st edition, No. 22 in the Roebuck Society Publication series. VII, 164, 66 PP with Index, additions & amendments, with 1 illustration and 3 tailpieces, plus 4 b/w plates (1 illustration and 3 maps). Illustrated soft covers a little rubbed and soiled, o/wise near fine. 25 x 17.5. 0909434158
An altered and updated edition of the 1963 original.
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$45

45263
DALY, Henri
NOUVELLE-CALEDONIE, Porte-Avions Américain dans les Mers du Sud - La Guerre du Pacifique 1941-1945

Nouméa. 2003. Société d' Etudes Historiques de la Nouvelle-Calédonie. 1st Ed., publication No. 60. 321 PP with 6 drawings, 9 maps, and hundreds of b/w photos. Title page: USS Aircraft Carrier Enterprise (CV6), 10 October 1945. FEP: US troups landing in Nouméa. REP: US Navy ships anchored, in Grande Rade. Hard cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. French text. Fine. 28.8 x 21.4.. 2951723008
New Caledonia: American aircraft carrier during the Pacific War. WW II, before Pearl Harbor and the arrival of Poppy Force on 12 March 1942... USN in Wallis Island... Battle of the Coral Sea...
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$100

67037
DALZIEL, Nigerl
LANCASTER MARITIME MUSEUM

Lancaster, UK. 1992. Lancaster City Museums. 1st Ed. 24 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers. 2 punch holes for ring binder close to spine. Near fine. 21 x 20.5. 0905665058
Commerce and Industry - Shipbuilding - Port - Morecambe Bay ...
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$15

38796
DAVID, Peter
TRIUMPH IN THE DESERT - The Challenge - The Fighting - The Legacy

New York. 1991. Random House. 1st edition (stated), with a foreword by General Colin L. Powell. X, 209, (3) pp with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, gilt title on cloth spine, dj. Near fine. 28 x 24 0679407227
A commemorative photo history of the Gulf War.
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$15

35619
DAWSON, Philip
CRUISE SHIPS - An Evolution in Design

London. 2000. Conway. 1st Ed. 271 PP with over 100 line drawings and 178 b/w photos, plus 16 pages with 25 colour illust. Hard cover, dj. A little light foxing on prelims and inside of dj, o/wise near fine. 28.3 x 22. 0851776604
Very comprehensive.
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$30

18138
DE DURANTI de LIRONCOURT, M.
INSTRUCTION ELEMENTAIRE ET RAISONNEE SUR LA CONSTRUCTION - PRATIQUE DES VAISSEAUX en forme de dictionnaire

Nice. c. 1990? Editions Omega. Facsimile reprint of the 1771 original. XXXII, 272 PP, plus large folded table loosely inserted. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover, gilt title "Construction-Pratique des Vaisseaux" on spine. French text. Fine. 20.2 x 13.5.
Dictionary giving all information & instructions necessary for building ships.
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$40

36070
DEAR, Ian
MARINES AT WAR

London. 1982. Ian Allan. 1st Ed. 128 PP with 20 maps and plans, and 174 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj (price clipped). Fine. 29.8 x 22. 0711011478
Wake Island, Guadalcanal, Tarawa, Iwo Jima... Walcheren.
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$10

30296
DELGADO, James P.
THE BEAVER: First Steamship on the West Coast

Victoria, B.C., Canada. 1993. Horsdal & Schubart. 1st Ed. VII, 54 PP with 45 b/w illust. (line drawings, facsimiles & photos). Fp: Map of the area of the Pacific coast served by the Beaver. Pict. card cover. Fine. Oblong: 18.8 x 22.8. 0920663206
Built 1835 for the Hudson's Bay Company. Floating fur-trade post, chartered by the Royal Navy for surveying, towboat... wrecked in 1888.
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$15

61148
DELGADO, James P.
DAUNTLESS ST.ROCH, The Mounties' Arctic Schooner

Victoria, B.C. 1992. Horsdal & Schubart. 1st Ed. X, 53 PP (on 2 columns) with 2 maps, ship plans on 5 pages and 47 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. Oblong: 19.1 x 22.8. 092066315X
Built in 1928, now resting at the Vancouver Maritime Museum. Her career: summers as a travelling Mounty, winters as a base camp for long-distance patrols by dog team..
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$15

41790
DELGADO, James P.
LOST WARSHIPS - An Archaeological Tour of War at Sea

London. 2001. Conway. 1st Ed. XVIII, 190 PP with 9 maps, drawings, sketches, and b/w or colour illustrations. Title spread: engagement between Quebec and Surveillante. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 28.6 x 23.5. 0851779042
From Triremes of the ancient Mediterranean Sea to the wrecks sunk at Bikini Atoll in 1946.
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$30

41864
DERRIMAN, Phillip
FIXED IN TIME - Photographs from Another Australia 1900 - 1939

Sydney. 1985. The Fairfax Library. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Manning Clark. 176 PP with 16 colour and 154 b/w photos. Title page: Pilots and crew of Vickers Vimy plane. Hard cover, dj. Brief note at top corner of half title page. Few spots on top outside edge, o/wise very good. 29 x 24.5. 0909558906
From the archives of the John Fairfax newspaper organisation.
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$15

42451
DIXON, June
UFFA FOX - A Personal Biography

Brighton, UK. 1978. Angus & Robertson. 1st Ed. 206 PP, plus 4 pages with 9 plans & 16 pages with 32 b/w photos. Title Page with drawing by Michael Eldrige. Hard cover, dj. Few foxing spots on outside edges, o/wise near fine. Dedicatory note on half title page signed by author. 24.2 x 16.2. 0207958270
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$20

51512
DOMVILLE-FIFE, Charles W. (editor)
THE SEAGOER - An Illustrated Quarterly of the Sea, Land and Air - Volume XIX, No.1-4

Bristol. 1953, 1954. Seagoer Publishing Co. Ltd. No. 1 (Autumn 1953) to No. 4 (Summer 1954). No. 1: 58 PP with 1 map, 1 drawing and 42 b/w and duotone photos. No. 2: 58 PP with 36 b/w and duotone photos. No. 3: 58 PP with 36 b/w and duotone photos. No. 4: 58 PP with 37 b/w and duotone photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 19.7 x 13.5.
No.1: Dismasted off the Horn, by Captain S. Y. Woodroof. Adventurous voyage, full-rigged ship Cleomene, by Captain J.H. Mabey. No. 2: Eventful voyage in the Inverness, by John Anderson. No. 3: Nigger of the Chelmsford, by H. Jellicoe. A mystery of lonely Rapa, by Commander D. Blair. Secret of Rikitea, by H. Green. No. 4: The Boca (Buenos Aires docks) in sailing ship days, by Captain A. Maltby Conrade. Seven months in an ocean tramp, by A. J. Pazolt.
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$30

51522
DOMVILLE-FIFE, Charles W. (editor)
THE SEAGOER - An Illustrated Quarterly of the Sea, Land and Air - Volume XXI, No.1-4

Bristol. 1955, 1956. Seagoer Publishing Co. Ltd. No. 1 (Autumn 1955) to No. 4 (Summer 1956). No. 1: 58 PP with 28 b/w and duotone photos. No. 2: 58 PP with 1 map and 28 b/w and duotone photos. No. 3: 54 PP with 34 b/w and duotone photos. No. 4: 54 PP with 36 b/w and duotone photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 19.7 x 13.5.
No.1: In those brave days of Sail, by Captain William F. Reid. T'was in Trafalgar Bay ..., 150th anniversary. No. 2: In those brave days of Sail, by Captain William F. Reid. In the Cygnet's Lifeboat, by Captain F. C. Jarrett. No. 3: In those brave days of Sail. Salving of the Polynesia, by Captain H. Parsons. No. 4: Sail in the 'Sixties, by Harry Hine. On Christmas Island (Pacific Ocean), October 1919, with Admiral Lord Jellicoe, by Vice Admiral Oliver Leggett.
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$30

50493
DOMVILLE-FIFE, Charles W. (Editor)
THE SEAGOER - An Illustrated Quarterly of the Sea, Travel and World Affairs

London. 1936. Seagoer Publishing Co. Ltd. Volume IV, No. 2, Winter Number 1936-37. 176 PP with b/w and duotone photos. Illustrated soft cover. Very good. 20.2 x 13.5.
The influence of the Submarine on Naval Warfare, by Vice-Admiral Usborne... Cruise of the Daisy, by Frank T. Bullen... My worst voyage, by Captain J. G. Bissett...
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$20

56129
DRURY, J. Linda
THE BISHOP OF DURHAM'S WHALE, 1766-67: The Story behind the Skeleton in Durham Cathedral

Durham. 1980. Durham County Local History Society. Offprint from Bulletin 25, December 1980. 39-52 PP. Soft cover protected by clear plastic cover, spiral bound. Fine. 29.7 x 21.
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$15

16058
DUCKWORTH, C. L. D. & LANGMUIR, G. E.
RAILWAY AND OTHER STEAMERS

London. 1968. T. Stephenson & Sons. 2nd edition of the 1948 original. XII, 432 PP, plus 102 b/w photos of ships together with fleet lists & index. Fp: P.S. Freshwater. Hard cover with a small bump on bottom corner, dj. Bookplate of previous owner on inside front cover, o/wise near fine. 22.2 x 14.5.
Includes the London Midland Region, Scottish Region, Irish Railway Companies, Continental Companies... Most comprehensive.
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$20

48435
DUNMORE, John
STORMS AND DREAMS. Louis de Bougainville: Soldier, Explorer, Statesman

Sydney. 2005. ABC Books 1st Australian edition. 296 PP with 6 maps, plus 8 pages with 10 b/w illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 24 x 16. 0733314589
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$35

49419
DUYVENDAK, J. J. L.
MA HUAN RE-EXAMINED

Amsterdam. 1933. Uitgave van de N. V. Noord-Hollandsche Uitgeversmaatschappij. 1st Ed. New series, Volume 32, No. 3, 1933. 74 PP. Soft cover. Top corner of front cover clipped. Spine reinforced. Slight ageing of paper, and occasional foxing spots. Few relevant pencil notes in margin of some pages. Ingleton bookplate inside front cover. Ingleton catalogue: 13728. Near fine. Rare. 26 x 18.
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$75

67207
EASTERN & AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIP CO.
IRON SINGLE-SCREW STEAMSHIP "AIRLIE"

Colour print (frameable) with brief history on the front, plus details of "Airlie" and sister ship "Guthrie" and their services services on loose page. Slight foxing/soiling. Very good. Oblong: 20.8 x 33.5.
Single-screw Steamship, built 1884 at Sunderland by Wm. Doxford & Sons. Sailing with Eastern & Australian Steamship Company, up to 1904. Sailed for the Australia - Java - Singapore service of Burns Philp up to 1911.
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$25

32360
EASTLAKE, Keith
SEA DISASTERS, The Truth behind the Tragedies

London. 1998. Greenwich Editions. 1st Ed. 96 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Half title page: Lakonia on fire. Title spread: Seawise University, formerly Queen Elizabreth, on fire in Hong Kong. Pictorial laminated boards. Fine. 28.7 x 23.6. 0862881498
Collision. Fire. Explosion. Human error. Weather and Mechanical failure.
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$20

33637
FANNING, Pauline (editor)
JAMES COOK - His early life and the Endeavour voyage

Canberra. 1970. National Library of Australia. 1st Ed., with a preface by A. Grenfell Price and H. L. White. 40 PP with 2 colour and 17 b/w illust. Eps: Map on the voyage of the Endeavour 1768-1771. Pictorial stiff wrappers. Fine. 19.6 x 16.5.
An introduction to a bicentenary exhibition arranged by the National Library of Australia.
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$15

18652
FEAKES, Henry James
WHITE ENSIGN - SOUTHERN CROSS. A Story of the King's Ships of Australia's Navy

Sydney. 1951. Ure Smith. 1st Ed. XXVI, 246 PP with 68 b/w illust. Fp: Photo of Rear Admiral Feakes tipped in. Cloth cover, gilt device on front cover, dj (rubbed & chipped). Slight ageing of paper. Very good. 25.2 x 19.
History of the Navy in Australia, its development from the time of Captain Cook to the 2nd World War.
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$30

56374
FENTON, Roy, & CLARKSON, John
SHIPS IN FOCUS RECORD 42

London. 2009. Ships in Focus Publications. Issue Number 42, March 2009. 65-128 PP with 107 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.8 x 21. 9781901703887
Prince Line Mediterranean Ships, post 1945 (Part 2), by George Swaine. Nigerian National Shipping Line Ltd. (Part 2), by Andrew Huckett. Shell's former sailing ship Tankers, by Malcolm Cooper. W.N. Lindsay Ltd of Leith (Part 2), by Graeme Somner & Douglas J. Lindsay. Liberty Ships on charter to Britain (Part 1), by John de S. Winser.
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$25

34412
FINGARD, Judith
JACK IN PORT: Sailortowns of Eastern Canada

Toronto. 1988. University of Toronto Press. Reprint of the 1982 original, No. 36 in the Social History of Canada series. IX, 292, (6) PP with 6 head pieces and 17 tables, plus 12 pages with 17 b/w illust. Pictorial card cover. Fine. 22.8 x 15.2. 0802064671
The sailor labour markets. Patterns of seafaring life. The rhythm of port life...
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$15

15509
FISHER, E. M. (editor)
THE TASMANIAN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S TIME TABLE and Guide to Tasmanian Railways, &c. &c.

Canberra. 1996. Navarine Publication. "Magnified" facsimile edition of the June 1888 original. 52 PP with 1 map of SE Australia/Tasmania at centrefold and 1 b/w photo of S.S. Oonah. Soft cover, illustrated front. Fine. 21.5 x 14.5. 0958656118
A guide to commercial marine, rail and road transport available to Tasmanian travellers in June 1888: colonial, intercolonial and overseas.
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$25

41563
FLAGS
AN ABC OF FLAGS & SIGNALS

London. c. 1950. John F. Shaw & Co. Ltd. No pagination, 12 PP with flags, signal flags and pennants in colour. Illustrated soft cover (front: Union Jack - back: Merchant Navy and Royal Navy flags). Covers repaired at spine, staples removed, o/wise very good. 19.4 x 14.2.
The International code of Flag Signals, Flags of the Alphabet and Pennants for numbers.
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$15

67290
FOLKARD, Henry Coleman
SAILING BOATS FROM AROUND THE WORLD - The Classic 1906 Treatise

New York. 2000. Dover. Unabridged republication of the 6th edition of the 1906 The Sailing Boat: A Treatise on Sailing Boats and Small Yachts. XIX, 555 PP with over 380 drawings. Pictorial card covers (laminated). Very good. 23.4 x 16.4. 0486410994
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$25

67263
FRANKLIN, John
NAVY BOARD SHIP MODELS 1650-1750

Annapolis. 1989. Naval Institute Press. 1st US edition. VI, 186 PP with 121 figures & 133 b/w plates, plus 8 pages with 17 colour photos. Fp: Model of the Royal Oak. Hard cover, gilt title on spine. Near fine. 30 x 25. 087021442X
Detailed analysis of ship models found at the Admiralty or The Royal Dockyard. Materials, construction techniques, decoration.
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$50

31567
FRIEL, Ian
THE GOOD SHIP - Ships, Shipbuilding and Technology in England 1200-1520

London. 1995. British Museum Press. 1st Ed. 208 PP with 11 tables and 71 figures (line drawings by Lynne Friel and b/w photos). Fp: Three-masted carrack in an Italian engraving, c. 1470-80. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 25.2 x 19.4. 0714105740
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$30

15658
FROBISHER, Martin
THE THREE VOYAGES OF MARTIN FROBISHER, In search of a passage to Cathay and India by the North-West, A.D. 1576-8. From the original 1578 text of George Best

Amsterdam. 1971. N. Israel. Argonaut Press No. 15. Facsimile reprint of the 1938 edition. Two volumes bound in one. CXXX, 166, VIII, 293 PP with bw illust in text plus 7 folded charts. Fp (I): Sir Martin Frobisher at the age of 39. Fp (II): Map with the tracks of Frobisher, Davis and Waymouth voyages. Hard cover, simile vellum, gilt title on brown vignette. Faint foxing, o/wise fine. 25.7 x 19.5. 0906072111X
The voyages of Frobisher, the rediscoverer of Greenland and reviver of sailings to north-eastern America (preface, introduction, notes, appendices and bibliography edited by Vilhjalmur Stefanson).
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$40

57504
GALBRAITH, Russell
DESTINY'S DAUGHTER, The Tragedy of R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth

Edinburgh. 1988. Mainstream. 1st Ed. 176 PP with b/w illustrations. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 25.2 x 19.5. 1851581790
Her building & launching at the time of the Munich Agreement. Troopship in wartime, luxury liner in peacetime. Her demise with the arrival of jet transport and her end in Hong Kong in 1972.
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$35

41369
GARDINER, Robert (editor)
THE CAMPAIGN OF TRAFALGAR 1803-1805

London. 1997. Caxton Editions & The National Maritime Museum. Reprint in the Caxton Pictorial Histories series of the 1997 original published by Chatham. 192 PP with tables and over 300 b/w illustrations. Title spread: climax of the greatest battle of the age of sail. 'Victory of Trafalgar', in the Rear. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Fine. 29.5 x 24.8. 1840673583
Trafalgar: the culmination of a campaign that began as soon as war between England and France was resumed in May 1803.
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$15

20734
GARDINER, Robert (editor)
NAVIES AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1775-1783

London. 1996. Chatham & National Maritime Museum. 1st Ed., in the Chatham Pictorial History series. 192 PP with bw contemporary illustrations. Title spread: Battle at sea. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 29.5 x 25. 1861760175
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$35

46686
GARNIER, Jules
VOYAGE AUTOUR DU MONDE - LA NOUVELLE-CALEDONIE (côte orientale)

Paris. 1871. Henri Plon Imprimeur-Editeur. 1st Ed. (4), 364 PP, plus 4 b/w plates (engravings and tissue guard) and 1 large folded map in colour (New Caledonia). Soft cover. Map with a closed tear, o/wise near fine. Rare. French text. 18.6 x 12
The voyages of Jules Garnier through New Caledonia, between 1863 and 1866, where he studied mineral deposits and gave his name to the nickel ore Garnierite.
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$150

40092
GARRETT, K. S.
R. LAPTHORN AND COMPANY LIMITED

Preston. 2001. Ships in Focus Publications. 1st Ed. 88 PP with 95 b/w photos and 45 colour illustrations (1 house flag, 11 funnels and 33 photos). Title plage: House Flag. Pictorial laminated boards. Fine. 30.2 x 21.3. 190170341X
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$40

63354
GIBBARD JACKSON, G.
THE SPLENDID BOOK OF STEAMSHIPS

London. c. 1929. Sampson Low, Marston & Co. Ltd. 1st Ed. X, 11-192 PP, followed by 32 PP of adverts, plus 16 b/w plates. Red cloth cover with light shelf wear. Slight ageing of paper and foxing spots on outside edges. Inscription dated 1932 on FFEP. Very good. 19 x 13.
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$15

67409
GILLETT, Ross
WINGS ACROSS THE SEA

Sydney. 1988. Aerospace Publications. 1st Ed. 162 PP with 48 sketch-plans, 31 colour and 220 b/w photos. Pictorial card cover. Top part of front cover missing (replaced by a photocopy of the title page). Spine reinforced. Content intact. Very good. 27.5 x 21. 0958797803
The first ever complete history of Australian Naval Aviation, from the First World War to the present.
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$10

67244
GOODWIN, Peter
THE CONSTRUCTION AND FITTING OF THE SAILING MAN OF WAR 1650-1850

London. 2001. Conway Maritime Press. Reprint of the 1987 original. XI, 276 PP with 84 b/w photos and 149 figures. Fp: Stern of HMS Victory. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket has a small repaired closed tear on rear lower spine, o/wise a fine copy. 30 x 25. 0851773265
Construction of Ship of War in frame, the planking, bulkheads, "machinery" (pumps, steering, capstan)...
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$75

58244
GRAY, Philip J.
THE BARQUENTINE 'LA BELLA'

Warrnambool, Vic. 1976. Author & Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village authority. 1st Ed. (2), 18 PP with 12 b/w illustrations (sail plan at centrefold, 1 map, 1 facsimile of document, 2 drawings by author, photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 21 x 14.8.
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$15

16329
GREENHILL, Basil
ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE BOAT - A New Introductory Study

London. 1976. Adam & Charles Black. 1st Ed., with introduction by Professor W. F. Grimes. 320 PP with 213 b/w illustrations (photos & line drawings). Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price clipped). Spine of dust jacket sunned. Faint foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. 25.2 x 19. 0713616458
Evolution of boats and ship-building, covering the 4 main roots of boat-building: raft, skin boats, bark boats and dug-outs.
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$20

16157
GREENHILL, Basil (editor)
THE EVOLUTION OF THE SAILING SHIP 1250-1580 - Keynote Studies from The Mariner's Mirror

London. 1995. Conway. 1st Ed. 264 PP with 4 tables & 204 b/w illust. (drawings or photos of seals, stained or painted glass and paintings). Fp: Florentine ship at sea. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 22.3 x 14. 0851776558
Anthology on the evolution of the sailing ship through the Medieval and Renaissance period as observed from painted glass, seals, enluminures, models, ...
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$40

45547
GREENHILL, Basil (editor)
THE SHIP (set of 10 volumes)

London. 1980 & 1981. HMSO & National Maritime Museum. 1st Ed. Series of 10 volumes with a total of 628 PP and 419 b/w illustrations in text. Illustrated endpapers. Laminated pictorial boards. Fine. 20.5 x 21.2.
The development of merchant vessels and specialized vessels of war, from the earliest times to the present day by: Sean McGrail, John Morrison, Alan McGowan, Robin Craig, John M. Maber, Basil Greenhill, Antony Preston, and Ewan Corlett.
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$75

65277
GREGORY, C. Dickson
AUSTRALIAN STEAMSHIPS PAST AND PRESENT

London. 1928. The Richards Press Ltd. 1st Ed. 260 PP, plus 5 full-page colour plates and 138 pages with 276 b/w photos. Fp (in colour): H.M.S. "Ophir" 6814 tons. Original blue buckram covers, gilt decorated front cover, gilt title on spine, top edges gilt. Covers a little rubbed, spine lightly sunned. Neat note to previous owner on front endpaper. Frontispiece with repaired closed tears. Colour plate facing page 152 has some scribble but not affecting the illustration. Light foxing, not affecting illustrations. Very good copy of a scarce item. 25.7 x 20.
The history of steam navigation in Australian waters, beginning in 1831 with the arrival of the Sophia Jane.
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$300

12791
GRIFFITH, Robert
MADAGASCAR, A Century of Adventure

London. 1919. Thomas Cochrane. 1st Ed. 80 PP with tables in text plus 5 large coloured folded maps and one b/w map. Fp: View of Tananarive. Orig. decorated cloth cover, a small bump on top edge, o/wise a very good copy. 22 x 14.
A survey on Madagascar by LMS missionaries. Geography, history, life, religion.. French occupation.
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$20

67237
GRIFFITHS, Simon
BOAT

Sydney. 2015. Lantern / Penguin. 1st Ed. 206, (2) PP with colour illustrations throughout. Pictorial endpapers. Hard covers, illustrated front and back. Fine. 23.5 x 18.5.
Row: Derwent skiff, Taroona .. Sail: Storm Bay, Patterson Lakes, Nerida, Janus ... boatbuilders, motor: Erica, Blackbird, Vigilant .. Steam: S.Y. Preana, S.L. Huon, P.S. Marion ... Festivals: Wooden Boat, South Australian & Geelong Wooden Boat Festivals..
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$60

19521
GROCOTT, Terence
SHIPWRECKS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY & NAPOLEONIC ERAS

London. 1997. Chatham. 1st Ed. XVI, 430 PP. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Foxing spots on outside edges. Fine. 24 x 16. 1861760302
Chronicle of maritime tragedies (from contemporaneous publications) listing 1500 ships and covering: the Revolutionary Era 1793-1801, the Era of the Peace of Amiens 1801-1803, and the Napoleonic Era 1803-1816.
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$20

43007
GROUNDWATER, Ken
NEWCASTLE AND THE RIVER TYNE

St Michael's, UK. 1990. Silver Link Publishing. 1st Ed., in the Maritime Heritage series. 64 PP with 8 maps & plans, and b/w photos. Title page: HMS Nelson. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.3 x 20.8. 0947971440
Shipping scenes: merchant and navy ships. Shipyards and shipbuilding.
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$15

16215
GRUBE, F. & RICHTER, G. (Editors)
THE BIG BOOK OF SAILING - the Sailors, the Ships and the Sea

New York. 1979. Barron's. 1st English edition. 309 PP with b/w & colour illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Near fine. Large format: 34 x 26.5. 0812053249
One of the last arenas of adventure left: the sea... Very good.
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$15

59056
GUNTER, John
ACROSS THE HARBOUR, The Story of Sydney's Ferries

Adelaide. 1978. Rigby. 1st Ed. 80 PP with 42 bw or colour illust. by author. Eps: Manly Harbour & river ferry routes of Sydney in the 1920s. Hard cover, dj. Near fine. Oblong: 22 x 28.8. 0727007157
A tribute to the golden age of Sydney's ferries.
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$25

67325
HAMBURG AMERICA LINE
ASHTRAY "HAMBURG AMERICA LINE"

Hamburg. c. 1980. HAPAG / Hamburg Amerikanische Paketfahrt Aktien Gesellschaft. China ashtray in shape of a funnel with the company's coloured rings of yellow with the black, white and red rings at top, and logo / acronym "HAPAG" at top. Stamp of manufacturer "SPM", Walküre, Bayreuth, Bavaria" on the bottom, Fine condition. Size: Height: 9cm, Length: 11cm.
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$20

36069
HARROWER, John
WILSON LINE - The history and fleet of Thos. Wilson, Sons & Co. and Ellerman's Wilson Line Ltd

Gravesend, UK. 1998. World Ship Society. 1st Ed. 216 PP with 323 b/w illust. (most of them photos of ships). Eps: 9 colour illust of house flags, funnels and hull colour. Hard cover, title engraved on front cover and spine, dj. Fine. 30.2 x 21.5. 090561772X
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$35

65473
HAVILLAND, Charlotte (editor)
THE CHINA NAVIGATION COMPANY LIMITED - A Pictorial History 1872-1992

Hong Kong. 1992. John Swire & Sons Limited. 1st Ed. (2), 120 PP with b/w and colour illustrations, plus 2 maps in colour (1 of them folded). Cloth cover, title in blind on front cover, dj. 2 rubbed patches on rear endpaper. Occasional foxing, o/wise a near fine copy. Scarce. Oblong: 26 x 33.5.
From the start as a Yangtze river steamer company to a shipping line covering Far Eastern & Pacific waters.
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$125

31687
HAWS, Duncan
MERCHANT FLEETS - 20: ELDER DEMPSTER LINES

London. 1990. Author. 1st Ed., No. 20 in Merchant Fleets series. 174 PP with 240 b/w drawings to constant scale. Pictorial card cover. Fine. 23.2 x 15.5. 0946378177
Technical details and career histories of 514 ships manned by Elder Dempster.
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$35

67158
HAY, David and Joan
NO STAR AT THE POLE

London. 1972. Charles Knight & Co. 1st Ed. X, 230 PP with 38 figures (most of them delightful illustrations by Dennis Mallet). Fp: Pytheas reaches the Cornish coast, about 320 B.C. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Faint foxing, o/wise fine. 23.5 x 15.5. 853140000
A history of navigation from the Stone Age to the 20th Century, for all who enjoy the sea.
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$45

67268
HEAPS, Leo
LOG OF THE CENTURION

London. 1973. Hart-Davis, Macgibbon. 1st edition. 264 PP with 59 illustrations. Fp: Portrait of Philip Saumarez. Eps: Chart of the Centurion's route round the world. Cloth cover, device in blind on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket a little rubbed. Foxing. Very good. 25 x 17.5. 024610581X
Log based on the original papers of Capt. Philip Saumarez on board the HMS Centurion, Lord Anson's flagship during his circumnavigation between 1740 and 1744.
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$10

35724
HENNESSEY, Captain S. J.
THE MARINERS' HANDBOOK

London. 1966. Hydrographic Department. 2nd edition of the 1962 original, with an advertisement to the Second Edition by Rear Admiral G. S. Ritchie. Sailing Directions No. 100. (6), 179 PP with 3 tables and 41 b/w photos (Ice illustrations), plus 2 folded chartlets, 4 pages with 8 illustrations (Auroral Forms), 4 pages of colour illustrations (buoyage), 8 pages of figures on meteorology, and 12 pages of symbols and abbreviations. FEP: Notations of Notices to Mariners. Cloth cover. Covers speckled and worn, however near fine internally. 24.8 x 15.7.
Containing information on Admiralty charts and navigational publications, general navigation, general meteorology and ice.
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$10

49654
HEYEN, Captain G. H. (compiler)
SAILING DIRECTIONS ON NAVIGATION IN AND BETWEEN THE ISLANDS AND ATOLLS OF THE GILBERT GROUP

Suva. 1937. Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony. 1st Ed. 18 PP, (2 blank) with 1 table "Current observations in the Gilbert Islands". A notice slip tipped in at top of first page. Stapled soft wrappers a little browned. Bottom corner of P.15 clipped without loss of text. Page (19) with following manuscript note At Bairiki, Tarawa, Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony, on 28th September 1945, Officers of H.M.A.S. Diamantina, signed by 8 officials (signature followed with their position). Very good. Scarce. 33.7 x 21.
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$45

67181
HILL, Kenneth
THE HILL COLLECTION OF PACIFIC VOYAGES at the University of California, San Diego

New Haven / Sydney. 2004. William Reese Company / Hordern House, Ltd. 2nd edition, revised and enlarged. Foreword by Lynda Corey Claasen. Biography "Kenneth Evan Hill as a Book Collector", by Jonathan A. Hill. Preface of original edition, by Melvin J. Voigt. XXIV, 792 PP. Fp: Dorothy and Kenneth Hill. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Fine. 26.2 x 18.5. 0939226103
Bibliography relating to voyages to the Pacific Islands with 1937 Entries (pages 1 to 685), References (pages 687 to 691), Chronological Index (pages 693 to 737) and General Index (pages 739 to 792).
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$150

66604
H.M.S.O.
ADMIRALTY MANUAL OF SEAMANSHIP, 1951 - Volume II, BR.67 (2/51)

London. 1952. HMSO. 1st Ed. XIV, 831 PP with 419 figures, plus 16 pages with 13 plates in colour (4 of flags, 1 Star Map, 11 Lights, Daymarks and Fog signals of vessel). Cloth cover, gilt title on front board and spine. Covers with speckled areas and back hinge split on 13 cms. Name of previous owner on front endpaper. Occasional foxing. Outside edges lightly soiled. Still a very good copy. 24.6 x 15.7.
Glossary: pages 737 to 758.
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$15

51969
HMSO
SAILING SHIPS 1400 B.C. to 1860 A.D.

London. 1878. Science Museum / HMSO. 1st Ed. No. 1 in the Science Museum Picture Packs series. Pack contained in a clear plastic envelope with: 2 covers and 12 plates with 1 drawing each. Inside covers: Details of the 12 ships. Soft cover. Fine. Oblong: 24 x 37.
12 Sailing ships: Egyptian Ship, c.1480 B.C.... Viking Ship, c.900 A.D... Elizabethan Galleon, c.1600. .. Clipper Ship c.1865.
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$20

67280
HODGES, H. W. & HUGHES, E. A. (editors)
SELECT NAVAL DOCUMENTS

Cambridge. 1927. University Press. Reprint of the 1922 original. XIV, 227 PP with tables and 4 text illustrations, plus 3 b/w plates (1 on double page). Cloth cover, gilt device (anchor) on front board, gilt title on spine. Name of previous owner on front endpaper. Foxing. Very good. 19.5 x 13.5.
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$20

52728
HOGG, Robert S.
NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND SHIP CONSTRUCTION

London. 1956. Institute of Marine Engineers. 2nd edition of the 1942 original. (4), 336 PP with 212 figures. Cloth cover. Covers speckled. Occasional foxing. Very good and clean internally. 18.7 x 12.5.
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$10

31623
HOLME, Timothy
GONDOLA, GONDOLIER

London. 1971. Gentry Books. 1st Ed. XVI, 166 PP with plans of a 19th-century gondola and 12 head pieces by Silvano Cocchetto, plus 1 map of Venice and 12 pages with 21 b/w illust. Eps: Historical Regatta off Piazza San Marco. Hard cover, dj (price clipped). Near fine. 22.2 x 14. 856140015
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$15

66494
HOOK, Fiona, PATERSON, Alistair & SOUTER, Corioli (editors)
Program and Abstracts of the 2005 Conference "THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF TRADE & EXCHANGE"

Perth & Fremantle. 2005. University of Western Australia & Western Australia Maritime Museum. October 2005 edition. 94 PP. Pictorial soft cover. Minimal scoring on 5 pages, o/wise near fine. 29.2 x 21. 1740521250
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$30

56370
HOPE, Ronald
THE SHOREGOER'S GUIDE TO WORLD PORTS

London. 1963. The Maritime Press. 1st Ed. VI, (2), 341 PP with 132 plans of Ports. FEP: Map of the world on a Mercator's projection. REP: Map of Europe on Mercator's projection. Hard cover, dj (price clipped and repaired). Near fine. 22.2 x 14.2.
Guide to 168 ports throughout the world (position in latitude and longitude, population, places of interest, restaurants, shops, sports facilities...).
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$20

12369
HOUGH, Richard
NELSON

Sydney. 1980. Books for Pleasure. 1st Australian edition. 192 PP with 111 b/w & 55 colour illust. Fp: Nelson by Leonardo Guzzardi. Eps: 18th Century English coverlet embroidered in silks and gold. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 25 x 19. 092602060
A biography of the national hero, victor of Cape St.Vincent, the Nile (Aboukir) and Trafalgar, who died while defeating the Franco-Spanish Fleet at Trafalgar on 21 October 1805.
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$15

12941
HOUGHTON, Philip
PEOPLE OF THE GREAT OCEAN, Aspects of Human Biology of the Early Pacific

Cambridge. 1996. C.U.P. 1st Ed. X, 292 PP with 35 tables & 51 figures (maps, graphs, ..) in text. Hard cover, dj. Faint foxing on outside edges. Near fine. 25.4 x 18. 0521471664
Documents how the original settlers adapted culturally and biologically to the Pacific environment.
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$40

31998
HOWARTH, David
TRAFALGAR: The Nelson Touch

New York. c. 1974. Galahad Books. Reprint of the 1969 edition. 254 PP with 1 fig., 2 maps, 5 plans, 87 b/w illust. Half title page: portrait of Nelson. Hard cover, dj (price clipped). Very good. 23.5 x 15. 0883652722
The blockade to prevent Napoleon's invasion, the Battle of Trafalgar and the death of Nelson.
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$15

67227
HUDDART, PARKER
STEEL STEAMSHIP "ZEALANDIA"

Colour print (frameable) with name of ship on the front, plus details of "Zealandia" and her services as an Iron Steamship. Slight foxing/soiling (sellotape mark at top). Near fine. Oblong: 20.8 x 33.5.
Iron Steamship, built 1899 at Dundee, by Gourlay Brothers. Sailing for the Huddart, Parker & Co. Ltd. on their trans-Tasman service between Melbourne and New Zealand, until 1908 ... Renamed "Paloona" by the Union Steam Ship of New Zealand. ... Part of Otago Heads since 1928.
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$20

39812
HUGHES, David E.
THE INDONESIAN SAILING CARGO and the Problem of Technology Choice for Sea Transport in a Developing Country: A Study of the Consequences of Perahu Motorisation Policy in the Context of the Economic Regulation of Inter-Island Shipping

Cardiff. 1984. University of Wales, College of Cardiff. Photocopy of a Thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of Philosophiae Doctor in the University of Wales. (2), XXIV, 334 PP, plus 12 tables, 16 maps, 2 appendices with 25 plates with 1 b/w and 60 colour photos (laser prints), and 66 pages with 32 maps. Soft cover, stapled. Erratic pagination 2 or 3 times. Thesis complete (as received from the University). Fine. 29.2 x 20.7.
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$250

67347
HUGO STINNES
SUGAR-BOWL - HUGO STINNES ZWEIGNIEDERLASSUNG

Hamburg. c. 1980. H. ST. / Hugo Stinnes Zweigniederlassung Hamburg. Glazed crockery Sugar-Bowl with House Flag on bowl and on lid. Stamp of manufacturer: Schönwald Germany 27 "Fabrik Dekor", on the bottom. Excellent condition. Diameter: 10 cms / Height: 7 cms.
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$30

67266
HUTCHINSON, William
A TREATISE ON NAVAL ARCHITECTURE ...

London. 1979. Conway Maritime Press. Reprint of 4th edition of 1794. XVI, 304 PP, plus 12 b/w plates (1 of them folded). Fp: Cloth cover (buckram), dj. Dust jacket is a little rubbed around edges, o/wise a near fine copy. 26 x 21.5.
".. founded upon Philosophical and Rational Principles towards establishing ...
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$50

38235
HYNDS, Paul
WORLDWIDE HIGH SPEED FERRIES

London. 1992. Conway. 1st Ed. 160 PP with b/w illustrations (photos, plans, drawings and artist impressions). Fp: Surface-piercing foils carry the weight of this Rodriguez-built hydrofoil. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 27.5 x 20.2. 085177587X
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$30

44360
HÖPKER, Wolfgang
WELTMACHT ZUR SEE - Die Sowjetunion auf allen Meeren

Stuttgart. 1971. Seewald Verlag. 1st Ed. 212 PP with 20 maps (1 on double page). Pictorial soft cover (slightly rubbed). Faint foxing spots on outside edges. Dedicatory note to Naval Historian Jürg Meister on title page, signed by the author. Very good. German text. 24.5 x 17.5.
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$15

51280
IBBOTSON, John
LIGHTHOUSES OF AUSTRALIA - The Offshore Lights

Surrey Hills, Victoria. 2006. Australian Lighthouse Traders. 1st Ed. VI, 282 PP with 14 detailed location maps and 500 colour photographs. Title page:Creal Reef, Hydrographers Passage. Eps: Builders elevation plan of: MV Cape Grafton & MV Southern Supporter. Hard cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. Fine. 31 x 27.5. 0958121427
Over 300 lighthouses.
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$55

53823
ILLSLEY, John Sherwood (compiler)
A DATABASE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGY and Related Topics with Author and keyword Indexes

Bangor, Wales. 1989. Akadimias Software / University College of North Wales. 1st Ed. Booklet: (4), 24 PP, plus 6 floppy discs (5.25) in IBM PC 360K format. Booklet format: 20 x 14.6. Booklet and floppy discs contained in a plastic box. With Compliments note signed by the author loosely inserted. Very good. Box format: 14 x 15.5.
9300 citations sorted into 45 subject groups.
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$100

44184
ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS [THE]
CUTTY SARK / ARK ROYAL - No. 6133, Volume 229, 22nd December 1956

London. 1956. The Illustrated London News and Sketch Limited. P 1061-1096. Contains article by Arthur Bryant on page 1069 with 4 b/w photos on Cutty Sark, plus the folded supplement (cut-away of H.M.S. Ark Royal). Soft cover. Fine. 36.5 x 25.8.
Preserving the last of the clippers: refitting Cutty Sark. H.M.S. Ark Royal.
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$10

50023
INDONESIAN PILOT
ZEEMANSGIDS VOOR INDONESIË - Deel I: Westelijk Gedeelte

The Hague. 1957. Staatsdrukkerij- en Uitgeverijbedrijf. 9th edition. XXII, 450 PP with 1 map, tables and 201 coastal views, plus 2 folded maps Magnetic variations, and Index map. Addendum No. 1 - 1958 (8 pages) tipped in on front endpaper. Cloth cover with light wear. Slight ageing of paper and occasional foxing. Very good. Dutch text. 27.5 x 20.
Mariners guide to the Indonesian archipelago. Volume 1: Western Part.
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$20

50024
INDONESIAN PILOT
ZEEMANSGIDS VOOR INDONESIË - Deel II: Middengedeelte

The Hague. 1956. Staatsdrukkerij- en Uitgeverijbedrijf. 9th edition. XXII, 547 PP with 1 map, tables and 305 coastal views, plus 1 folded map Index map. Addendum No. 1 - 1958 (8 pages with 4 coastal views) loosely inserted. Cloth cover with light wear. Slight ageing of paper and occasional foxing. Very good. Dutch text. 27.5 x 20.
Mariners guide to the Indonesian archipelago. Volume 2: Central Part.
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$20

48737
INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS [THE]
THE CIVIL ENGINEER IN WAR. A Symposium of Papers on War-Time Engineering Problems - Volume 3: Properties of materials, Structures, Hydraulics, Tunnelling, and Surveying

London. 1948. The Institution of Civil Engineers. 1st Ed. 291PP with tables and hundreds of figures, plus 8 folded plates and 48 pages with 134 b/w illustrations photos. Card covers a little soiled/rubbed with worn spine. Signature of previous owner on front endpaper. Slight ageing and foxing, o/wise a very good copy. Scarce. 21.5 x 14.
16 papers: Constructions of Britain Sea Forts. Operation Pluto (Pipeline Under The Ocean). Air Survey: employment of Radar for Remote Control.
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$30

37541
ISELIN, Isaac
JOURNAL OF A TRADING VOYAGE AROUND THE WORLD. 1805-1808

Fairfield, Washington, USA. 1999. Ye Galleon Press. 1st Ye Galleon edition of an 1897 original. (10), 110, 1 colophon PP. Illustrated endpapers. Hard case binding, decorated front cover, gilt title on front cover and spine. Fine. 26 x 18.4. 0877706689
Isaac Iselin, a Swiss supercargo of the brig Maryland, owned by the New York Commision House (brokerage firm) of Le Roy, Bayard & McEvers. New York, Cape Verde Islands, Falkland Islands, Cape Horn, coasts of Chile and Peru, Marquesas Islands (20/11 to 10/12/1806), coast of Mexico, Sandwich Islands (Hawai'i) 18th May to 20th July 1807...
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$20

56182
ISHERWOOD, J. H.
SEA BREEZES FAMOUS SHIPS (Nos. 1 to 6)

London. 1963. The Journal of Commerce and Shipping Telegraph Ltd. 1st Ed. 6 colour filing cards with ship profiles to scale (funnel and hull colours), technical data and history of 6 Famous Ships, contained in a folder. Few foxing spots, o/wise near fine. 25.3 x 20.3.
Empress of Britain (1931), Etruria (1885), California (1928), Cap Trafalgar (1913), Paul Lecat (1911) - see image, and America (1909).
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$15

56183
ISHERWOOD, J. H.
SEA BREEZES FAMOUS SHIPS (Nos. 8 to 13)

London. 1964. The Journal of Commerce and Shipping Telegraph Ltd. 1st Ed. 6 colour filing cards with ship profiles to scale (funnel and hull colours), technical data and history of 6 Famous Ships, contained in a folder. Few foxing spots, o/wise near fine. 25.3 x 20.3.
Leonardo da Vinci - see image (1960), Malolo (1927), Statendam (1929), Omrah (1899), Suwa Maru (1914) and Orcades (1937).
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$15

56185
ISHERWOOD, J. H.
SEA BREEZES FAMOUS SHIPS (Nos. 20 to 30)

London. 1965. The Journal of Commerce and Shipping Telegraph Ltd. 1st Ed. 11 colour filing cards with ship profiles to scale (funnel and hull colours), technical data and history of 11 Famous Ships, contained in a folder. Few foxing spots, o/wise near fine. 25.3 x 20.3.
Baltic - see image (1904), Conte Di Savoia (1932), President Coolidge (1931), Almanzora (1915), Chichibu Maru (1930), France (1912), Rawalpindi (1925), Australia (1951), Ruahine (1951), Scot (1891), and St. Louis (1895).
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$25

56186
ISHERWOOD, J. H.
SEA BREEZES FAMOUS SHIPS (Nos. 33 to 39)

London. 1965 & 1966. The Journal of Commerce and Shipping Telegraph Ltd. 1st Ed. 7 colour filing cards with ship profiles to scale (funnel and hull colours), technical data and history of 7 Famous Ships, contained in a folder. Few foxing spots, o/wise near fine. 25.3 x 20.3.
Oriente (1930), Iberia (1954), Baloeran (1930), Caledonia - see image (1925), Imperator (1913), America (1940), and Virginian (1905).
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$15

56187
ISHERWOOD, J. H.
SEA BREEZES FAMOUS SHIPS (Nos. 41 to 48)

London. 1966. The Journal of Commerce and Shipping Telegraph Ltd. 1st Ed. 8 colour filing cards with ship profiles to scale (funnel and hull colours), technical data and history of 8 Famous Ships, contained in a folder. Few foxing spots, o/wise near fine. 25.3 x 20.3.
Pendennis Castle - see image (1958), Galileo Galilei (1963), Paris (1921), Independence (1950), Orsova (1950), Nestor (1913), City of Rome (1881), and Giulio Cesare (1922).
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$20

31676
JOHN, Anthony & DEAR, Ian
THE EARLY CHALLENGES OF THE AMERICA'S CUP (1851-1937)

Sydney. 1986. Pierson. 1st Ed. 160 PP with b/w or colour illustrations. Eps: Comparison of size of racing yachts. Hard cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. Near fine. Oblong: 23 x 33. 0947068007
The long struggles to mount the early challenges and how the competition developed.
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$15

40311
KEATING, Bern
VOYAGES OF THE ROYAL VIKINGS

San Francisco. 1985. Royal Viking Line. 1st Ed., introduced by Horace Sutton. (2), 190 PP with 8 sketch maps and 173 colour photos by Harvey Lloyd. Decorated endpapers. Cloth cover, device in blind on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Cloth slipcase. Fine. Large format: 34.8 x 27.3.
The world of Royal Viking Line: Alaska/Canada - Canada / New England - Panama Canal / Caribbean / Mexico - Northern Europe - Mediterranean - South Pacific - Southeast Asia - China / Orient.
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$50

48815
KENNEDY, Ludovic (compiler)
A BOOK OF SEA JOURNEYS

London. 1981. Collins. 1st Ed. XX, 395 PP with 52 b/w illustrations. Fp: A ship of 1565. Hard cover, gilt title on cloth spine, dj. Foxing spots on outside edges, o/wise near fine. 23.5 x 15.5. 0002163101
An anthology of outstanding writings about people at sea.
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$10

47896
KERR, Jennifer & GILBERT, Lionel
THE CHANGING FACE OF THE ROCKS: Glimpses of a part of an Earlier Sydney and its Inhabitants

Sydney. 1979. The Archives Authority of New South Wales. 1st Ed. Portfolio containing: 2 texts of (II) and 16 PP (recto only) and 18 items (facsimile of documents, plans, 1 folded poster in colour, ... and 23 b/w photos). Illustrated soft cover. Near fine. 34 x 24.5.
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$35

59593
KERR, John (Honorary Editor)
FLINDERS IN MORETON BAY: A Bicentenary Review 1799-1999

Brisbane. 2001. Royal Historical Society of Queensland. 1st Ed. Introduction by John Kerr. 80 PP with 1 chart, 1 plan of "Norfolk" and 11 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 24.5 x 17.5. 0959579060
9 Papers by: Ian Wilkins, Ian Hadwen & Bern Cuthbertson, ... W. Delaney.
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$15

60214
KING, Paul (editor)
VOYAGING TO CHINA IN 1855 AND 1904: A Contrast in Travel

London. 1936. Heath Cranton. 1st Ed. 187 PP, plus 4 b/w plates. Fp: Cunard White Star R.M.S. Queen Mary. Cloth cover. Lacks the free fly of front endpaper. Light foxing. Very good. 22.2 x 14.8.
A Journal of the more important events which occurred on board the "Hamilla Mitchell" on her voyage from London towards Shanghai, China, during the summer of 1855. Diary of a journey to China via New York, New Orleans, El Paso, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Honolulu, March to May, 1904.
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$25

21196
KIRK, Allan A.
SHIPS AND SAILORMEN

Wellington. 1964. Reed. 1st Ed. XII, 196 PP with 2 maps, plus 16 pages with 49 photos. Hard cover, dj. (chipped and a few pieces missing). Former owner's signature on FFEP. Foxing spots on outside edges and few pages. Very good. 22 x 14.5.
A collection of pen portraits of 21 ship masters and 4 others whose lives have been dedicated to the sea and sailing Australasian waters.
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$10

30328
LANDSTRÖM, Björn
SAILING SHIPS in Words and Pictures - From Papyrus Boats to Full-Riggers

London. 1978. Allen & Unwin. Reprint of the 1969 original, re-issued in a larger format. 192 PP with 339 b/w and colour illustrations by author. Fp: The stern of the Royal Ship Vasa. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 24 x 13.3. 0046230130
5,000 years of marine illustrations.
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$10

15651
LAPLACE, Capitaine de Frégate
VOYAGE AROUND THE WORLD ON THE CORVETTE LA FAVORITE 1830, 1831, 1832

Singapore. 1991. Antiques of the Orient. 1st edition (being the first English translation of text relating to the plates). 72 PP with 72 colour plates. FEP: Chart of the Voyage of the Corvette La Favorite. Pictorial laminated boards. Fine. 30.2 x 21.5. 9810025394
The circumnavigation voyage of La Place, to re-establish French influence over Indochina and French commercial interest in the Pacific.
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$65

12242
LAPLACE, Cyrille Pierre Théodore
VOYAGE AUTOUR DU MONDE par les Mers de l'Inde et de Chine Executé sur la Corvette de l'Etat LA FAVORITE Pendant les Années 1830, 1831 et 1832 sous le Commandement de M. LAPLACE ... TOME I

London. 1987. Archival Facsimiles. A reproduction of the copy in the British Library of the original edition published in Paris in 1833 by Imprimerie Royale. (8), XLII, 558 PP with 10 tail-pieces, plus 1 large folded map at rear. Slate blue Irish linen buckram, gilt title on green vignette on spine and front cover. Fine. French text. 22.5 x 14. 1852970014
Volume I of the world voyage of La Favorite. France to Macao with calls at Goree (off Senegal), Mauritius and La Réunion, Seychelles, French settlements in India, Malacca, Singapore, Manilla.. P.482 to 525: interesting notes on the British attack on Isle de France in 1810.
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$70

67148
LARGE, Captain Vincent & JACKSON, Desmond
WINDJAMMER 'PRENTICE

London. 1971. Jarrolds. 1st Ed. Foreword by Commander Alan Villiers. 208 PP with 1 sail plan of a barque plus 8 pages with 17 b/w photos. Eps: Track of the two voyages on the "Shakespeare". Two dedicatory notes signed by the co-author, Desmond Jackson, on title-page. Hard cover, dj. Near fine copy. 22.2 x 14. 0091086205
Life on the full-rigged barque "Shakespeare" of an indentured apprentice who went to sea at 15 years of age. The author migrated to Tasmania in 1960.
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$40

67295
LAUGHTON, John Knox (editor)
THE NAVAL MISCELLANY - Volume I

London. 1902. Navy Records Society. 1st Ed. Volume XX of the Navy Records Society. XI, 463, (4 publications) PP, plus 4 b/w plates (1 map & 3 folded maps) and 4 plates in colour. Cloth cover, cream and navy blue, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine. Front and back hinge split at head and repaired. Relevant pencil annotations on "Contents" pages. Occasional foxing. Very good. 24 x 16.
Book of war by sea and land, anno 1543, by Jehan Bytharne. Relation of the voyage to Cadiz, 1596 by Sir William Slyngisbie... Seizure of Helgoland, 1807.
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$70

67286
LAUGHTON, John Knox (editor)
STATE PAPERS RELATING TO THE DEFEAT OF THE SPANISH ARMADA, Anno 1588 (two volumes)

London. 1981. Navy Records Society / Kenneth Mason Reprint of the 1895 & 1900 originals. Volume I: LXXXIV, 365 PP. Fp: sketch map of the estuary of the Thames. Volume II: (VI), 418 PP. Original Navy blue/cream buckram, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine. Faint foxing, o/wise fine. 23.2 x 15.5. 08593726 42 & 50
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$70

67285
LAUGHTON, Sir John Knox (editor)
THE NAVAL MISCELLANY - Volume II

London. c. 1970. Navy Records Society. Reprint (?) of the 1912 original. Volume XL of the Navy Records Society. X, 430 PP with tables, plus 7 plates (3 of them folded). Navy cloth cover (gilt device on front, gilt title on spine. Covers with light shelf wear, a few relevant pencil annotations in "Contents" page which has a small repaired closed tear. Stamp of previous owner at top of front endpaper. An otherwise very good copy. 24 x 16.
Voyage of the Barbara to Brazil, anno 1540. The taking of the Madre de Dios, anno 1592. Operations on the coast of Egypt, 1801... Frustration of the plan for the escape of Napoleon Bonaparte from Bordeaux in July 1815...
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$35

67284
LAVERY, Brian
NELSON'S NAVY, The Ships, Men and Organisation 1793-1815

London. 1989. Conway Maritime Press. 1st edition with a foreword by Patrick O'Brian. 352 PP with b/w illustrations (paintings, plans, maps, graphs, ...). Title spread: Nelson's ships by Nicholas Pocock. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price-clipped). Name of previous owner on front endpaper. Near fine. 30 x 25. 0851775217
Types of ships (ships of the line, frigates, gunboats, cutters) and their construction, fittings, armament. The men: officers, warrant officers, ... naval recruitment, the marines, discipline. Techniques: seamanship, shiphandling, dockyards, overseas bases,...
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$90

32055
LAYTON, Thomas N.
THE VOYAGE OF THE FROLIC - New England Merchants and the Opium Trade

Stanford, Ca. 1997. Stanford University Press. 1st Ed. XVI, (2), 227 PP with 39 figures (2 maps, facsimile of documents, drawings and photos). Title spread: Frolic under sail. Cloth cover, dj. Faint foxing, o/wise fine. 23.5 x 15.5. 0804729093
Custom-built Baltimore clipper for the Opium trade between Bombay and China. Wrecked with Chinese goods, on the Mendocino coast, North of San Francisco, in the early years of the Gold Rush.
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$20

34793
LE MAIRE, Jacob
MIRROR OF THE AUSTRALIAN NAVIGATION

Sydney. 1999. Hordern House / Australian National Maritime Museum. Australian Maritime Series, No. 5. Facsimile of the 1622 original Spieghel der Australische Navigatie .... Introductory essay by Edward Duyker, English text by Alexander Dalrymple. Limited to 950 copies. 32, (XVI), 72, (2), 64, 1 PP with 5 b/w and 6 colour illustrations, plus 3 colour maps on double page. Fp: Double hemisphere world map published in Amsterdam in 1618. Hand bound in quarter alum-tawed goat skin with marbled papered sides, gilt title on black vignette on spine. Fine. 30.5 x 20.2. 1875567259
Being an account of the voyage of Jacob Le Maire and Willem Schouten 1615-1616 published in Amsterdam in 1622.
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$200

30271
LEAVER-COOPER, Sheila
JANET FRAME'S KINGDOM BY THE SEA: OAMARU

Canterbury, N.Z. 1997. Lincoln University Press. 1st Ed. 72 PP with 2 plans and 75 b/w photos. Pict. card cover. Fine. Oblong: 19 x 25. 090904905X
Description of the community and harbour of Oamaru, East Coast of South Island, by Janet Frame, one of the most important writers of New Zealand.
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$20

44095
LEDWITH, Frank
SHIPS AFLOAT IN THE CITY

London. 1977. Robert Hale. 1st Ed. 203 PP. Hard cover, dj (price clipped). Fine. 22.2 x 14.2. 0709161611
Vivid stories drawn from a lifetime in the City of London, by an insurer. Robbers and pilferers on the waterfront. Fire of the Queen Elizabeth in Hong Kong...
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$15

67247
LEEK, Michael E.
THE ART OF NAUTICAL ILLUSTRATION, A Visual Tribute to the Achievements of the Classic Marine Illustrators

London. 2005. Quantum Books. Reprint of the 1991 original. 192 PP with 6 b/w & 115 colour illustrations. Fp: A Pleasant Breeze. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. A near fine copy. 33.5 x 24.4. 1845730941
Beautifully illustrated survey of nautical paintings found on vases, on manuscripts, on canvas and on posters.
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$25

67243
LEES, James
THE MASTING AND RIGGING OF ENGLISH SHIPS OF WAR 1625-1860

London. 1984. Conway Maritime Press. Second revised edition of the 1979 original. XII, 212 PP with 11 tables and 540 figures, plus 64 pages with 93 b/w plates. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Faint foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. 30.5 x 25.5. 0851772900
Comprehensive work on rigging, mast-making, sail-making as well as seamanship (rope work, blocks & dead-eyes, belaying).
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$65

67146
LENTON, H. T. & COLLEDGE, J. J.
WARSHIPS OF WORLD WAR II

London. 1970. Ian Allan. 4th impression of the 1964 original. 638 PP with many tables & hundreds of b/w photos. Fp: H.M.S. Warspite in Malta Habour. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Dust jacket has a few small chips or closed tears, o/wise near fine. 19 x 13. 711002029
A complete record of all known vessels of the Royal and Dominion Navies which participated in WWII. Capital ships, destroyers, submarines,... coastal forces and landing craft.
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$30

58128
LIPPMANN, John
OXYGEN FIRST AID

Melbourne. 1999. J.L. Publications. Reprint of the revised Asia-Pacific edition of April 1995 (original of August 1992). 160 PP with tables and b/w illustrations (drawings and photos). Pictorial soft cover. Name of previous owner at top of title page. Fine. 21 x 15. 0646235656
A guide to the provision of oxygen in scuba diving accidents and other emergencies.
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$10

67137
LIU, Kwang-Ching
ANGLO-AMERICAN STEAMSHIP RIVALRY IN CHINA 1862-1874

Cambridge, Mass. USA. 1962. Harvard University Press. 1st Ed. No 8 in the Harvard East Asian Studies series. XVI, (2), 218 PP with 2 maps and over 50 tables (41 + appendixes), plus 8 pages with 14 b/w photos (10 of ships). Title page: Vignette with the "Yangtze" built for the China trade. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket with small chips. Name and address of previous owner on front endpaper. Slight ageing, foxing of paper. Very good. 24 x 16.
A study of Western enterprise in the economic development of 19th century China. The American steamship companies such as Russell & Co, operated on the Yangtze river and on coastal routes.
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$30

67169
LLOYD'S
100 A1 - A Bulletin Published by Lloyd's Register of Shipping - Number Three: 1959

London. 1959. Lloyd's Register of Shipping. Issue No.: Three, 1959. 33, (3) PP with 2 graphs and b/w illustrations (1 diagram, 2 maps, 6 drawings and 6 photos). Soft cover, device on front cover. Near fine. 24.8 x 18.3..
Lloyd's Register of Shipping and Large Tankers, by J.M. Murray. New York - Entrance to the New World. Seeking Oil under the sea. Tribute to Don Ernesto Anastasio Pascual. Metals and the 'Methane Pioneer'.
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$20

15797
MACARTHUR, Antonia
HIS MAJESTY'S BARK ENDEAVOUR - The Story of the Ship and her People

Sydney. 1997. Angus & Robertson. 1st Ed. IX, 86 PP with line and wash drawings by Dennis Adams and illustrations from contemporary paintings, charts and sketches. Fp: Map of the voyage of H.M. Bark Endeavour. Pict. card cover. Fine. 24 x 17.5. 0207191808
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$20

54740
McCARTHY, John (editor)
THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF DEFENCE STUDIES - Volume 1 (Nos. 1 & 2)

Canberra. 1977. United Services Institute of Australia. Volume 1, Nos. 1 & 2. No.1 (March 1977): 82 PP. No. 2 (October 1977): 83-167 PP. Card covers. Ink stain on the outside edges and margins of P.7 to 54 (not affecting text). Very good. 25 x 17.5.
No. 1: A Military view on the Limitations on Australia's future defence capabilities, by Admiral Sir Victor Smith. ... Australia 1939-1945: the official Histories and the Home Front, by Margot Simington. No. 2: Defence and Diplomacy in the Indian Ocean, by Hon. Andrew Peacock. Australia and the Indian Ocean: Problems and Potential, by Brian Beddie... Australian responses to the European War 1939-1941, by John McCarthy...
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$20

54741
McCARTHY, John, & SIMINGTON, Margot (editors)
THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF DEFENCE STUDIES - Volume 2 (Nos. 1 & 2)

Canberra. 1978. United Services Institute of Australia Volume 2, Nos. 1 & 2. No.1 (April 1978): 80 PP. No. 2 (November 1978): 81-179 PP. Card covers. Very good. 25 x 17.5.
No. 1: Expectations of the Australian Defence Force Academy, by Rear Admiral W. J. Dovers. No. 2: The Broken Promise - Britain's failure to consult its Commonwealth on defence in 1934... by E. M. Andrews.
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$20

35103
MccGWIRE, Michael, BOOTH, Ken & McDONNELL, John (editors)
SOVIET NAVAL POLICY - Objectives and Constraints

New York. 1975. Praeger. 1st Ed., in the Praeger Special Studies in International Politics and Government. XXVI, 665 PP with 17 tables and 21 figures. Hard cover. Faint foxing, o/wise near fine. 24.2 x 16.2. 027509720X
34 papers: Soviet Military's Influence on Foreign Policy - Soviet Defense Policies and Naval Interests... Command of the Sea in Soviet Naval Strategy...
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$20

15623
McCORMICK, Anne & McDONNELL, Derek
PACIFIC VOYAGES & EXPLORATION, From the Carlsmith Collection and Other Sources

Sydney. 1987. Hordern House. 1st Ed. 160 PP profusely illustrated with 160 b/w & 31 colour illustrations. Newspaper clipping "Pacifism", by John McDonald, loosely inserted. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.5 x 21. 095884786X
Catalogue detailing 289 items of the Carlsmith family collection of Pacific voyages: Cook, Bligh, La Pérouse ...
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$30

42221
McCREERY, Cindy
PORTS OF THE WORLD - Prints from the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich - c.1700-1870

London. 1999. Philip Wilson & The National Maritime Museum. 1st Ed. 176 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Fp (colour): Portsmouth Point, engraving by Thomas Rowlandson, c. 1811. Cloth cover, dj. Foxin spots on outside edges. Fine. 26.6 x 26.2. 0856675059
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$20

30158
MCGOWAN, A. P. (editor)
THE JACOBEAN COMMISSIONS OF ENQUIRY 1608 and 1618

London. 1971. Navy Records Society. 1st Ed. Publications of the Navy Records Society, Volume 116. XXVII, 319 PP, (30 adv. & members), plus 3 b/w plates. Fp: Portrait of King James I, 1603-1625. Navy blue buckram, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine. Occasional foxing. Near fine. 23 x 15.5.
Scandal caused by embezzlement and other forms of corruption following the decision to maintain a standing force of ships. Graft in the dockyards, use of Navy ships for commercial ventures...
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$10

15376
MacGREGOR, David R.
THE CHINA BIRD - The History of Captain Killick, and the Firm he Founded: Killick Martin & Company

London. 1986. Conway Maritime Press. 2nd revised edition. 224 PP profusely illustrated throughout. Fp: The "Lothair". Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 29 x 22. 0851773818
Story of Killick & Martin, founded by Capt. James Killick of "Challenger" fame, described as "China Bird". Annual races of the tea clippers from Chinese ports to the docks of England.
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$35

67224
McILWRAITH, McEACHARN
IRON STEAMSHIP "CLONCURRY"

Colour print (frameable) with name of ship on the front, plus details of "CLONCURRY" and her services as an Iron Steamship. Slight foxing/soiling (sellotape mark at top). Near fine. Oblong: 20.8 x 33.5.
Iron Steamship, built 1884 at Sunderland, by Wm Doxford & Sons. Sailing for the McIlwraith, McEacharn, until 1904. Renamed Yoneyama Maru in Japan, and wrecked on Kinkasan Island, Japan in 1911.
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$20

67337
MCKEAG, Malcolm
TAKE UP SAILING - A guide to the sport of Dinghy Racing for complete beginners

London. 1989. Springfield Books Ltd. 1st edition in the Take up Sport series. Ed. 64 PP with 12 figures and b/w photos. Pictorial stiff cover. Fine. 21 x 10. 9780947655655
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$5

51284
McKINNON, Malcolm (editor)
NEW ZEALAND HISTORICAL ATLAS - KO PAPATUANUKU E TAKOTO NEI

Auckland. 1998. David Bateman / Historical Branch Department of Internal Affairs. Reprint of the 1997 original. 290 PP with b/w and colour illustrations (graphs, maps, photos sketches...). Eps: Map of New Zealand. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 36.5 x 26. 1869533356
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$75

45368
MACLEAN, Alistair
CAPTAIN COOK

New York. 1972. Doubleday. 1st US Ed. 192 PP with 1 map, 68 b/w illustrations, plus 24 pages with 22 colour plates. Fp: Medaillon portrait of James Cook. Eps: Chart of world showing the latest discoveries of Capt. Cook. Hard cover, dj. Spine lightly sunned. Foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. 23.5 x 15.
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$15

67183
McLEOD, G. R. C.
THE HISTORY OF THE BRISBANE RIVER (in Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland)

Brisbane. 1978. Royal Society of Queensland. Abstract from Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland. 69-76 PP. Plastic covers, clear plastic front, spiral bound. Fine. 24.5 x 17.5.
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$5

67184
McLEOD, G. Roderick
THE SOUTH PASSAGE AND THE AMITY POINT PILOT STATION

Brisbane. 1984. Boolarong Press. Abstract from "Focus on Stradbroke: ...". 99-106 PP. Plastic covers, clear plastic front, spiral bound. Fine. 24.5 x 18.
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$5

20268
McMURTRIE, Francis E.
JANE'S FIGHTING SHIPS 1944-45 (corrected to April, 1946)

London. 1946. Sampson Low, Marston & Co. 1st Ed., 48th year of issue. 79 adv., XXX, 36 addenda, 636 PP with b/w illust. (photographs, plans, profiles and silhouettes, flags & uniforms). Fp: H.M.S. Swiftsure. Navy cloth cover, gilt title on spine, title in blind on covers. Previous owner's name and note on inside front cover. Bottom of spine has shelf wear with a small tear and covers have some fade spots with shelf wear on bottom corners. An otherwise fine copy of this scarce wartime edition. Oblong: 21.5 x 33.5.
War loss section: P.544 to 636., and 32 to 35 (addenda).
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$100

48418
McMURTRIE, Francis E. (editor)
JANE'S FIGHTING SHIPS 1942 (issued June 1943)

London. 1942. Sampson Low, Marston. 1st Ed., 46th year of issue. Edited by Francis E. McMurtrie. 64 adv., XXI, 582 PP with hundreds of b/w illustrations (photographs, plans, profiles & silhouettes, uniforms and flags). Fp: H.M.S Exeter. Navy cloth cover, gilt title on spine, title in blind on covers. 1 errata slip tipped in on page 24. The verso of the Advertisers' Index has a crease, name of previous owner on inside front cover, o/wise a near fine copy. Oblong: 21.5 x 33.5.
War loss section, P.517 to 582. A massive volume.
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$100

67200
McMURTRIE, Francis E. (Editor)
JANE'S FIGHTING SHIPS 1947-48, Jubilee Edition (corrected to July 1948)

New York. 1948. The Macmillan Company. 1st Ed., 50th year of issue. 60 advertising, XXIV, 27 addenda, 498 PP with bw illust. (photographs, plans, profiles & silhouettes, flags and uniforms). Fp: photograph of "Yamato" running trial and plans of Japanese "Yamato" and "Musashi". Cloth covers with a few small bumps on corners or edges, gilt title on spine, title in blind on covers. Faint foxing on top outside edge. Lower edge of 8 leaves with slight insect damage. An otherwise near fine clean copy. Oblong: 21.5 x 33.5.
Pages 446 to 456. British war construction. Pages 457 to 498. War loss: P.457 to 498.
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$100

39429
McNARN, Maurice Raymond
CONVENTIONAL ARMS PROCUREMENT IN ASEAN - A Defence Export Role for Australia

Canberra. 1995. Australian Defence Studies Centre. 1st Ed. (2), VI, 89 PP with 6 tables and 2 graphs. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25 x 17.5. 0731703170
Regional perspectives for ASEAN countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Thailand and Philippines).
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$20

36601
McNEILL, D. B.
IRISH PASSENGER STEAMSHIP SERVICES (in Two Volumes)

Newton, Abbot. 1969 & 1971. David & Charles. 1st Ed. Volume 1: 232 PP with 3 maps, and 31 b/w illust. Fp: Donegall Quay, Belfast. Volume 2: 240 PP with 2 maps and 34 b/w illust. Fp: Arrival of the mail boat at Dun Laoghaire. Hard cover, dj (corner of flaps trimmed). Ex library copy with stamp on verso of title page, and renewed endpapers, o/wise near fine. Scarce. 22.3 x 14.2. 715343416 & 071
Volume 1: North of Ireland. Volume 2: South of Ireland.
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$60

44098
MAHONY, Juan
FROM THE HOME FRONT TO THE FRONT LINE - Images of the Great War

Charlestown, NSW. 2001. Author. 1st Ed. 192 PP with b/w illustrations (facsimile of documents & letters, photos, posters...). Half title page: Departure of King Island volunteers. Title page: AIF troops resting. Fp: Australian Flying Corps mechanics, Cologne, Germany. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. Oblong: 21 x 29.5. 0957969600
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$25

67131
MANITOWOC
MANITOWOC SHIPBUILDING COMPANY: Marine division - Engineering works - Fabricating works - Equipment works - Manufacturing works

Manitowoc, Wisconsin. 1948. The Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company. 1st Ed.. Foreword by Charles C. West, President. 106 PP with 5 illustrations (on full page) at head of each chapters, and b/w illustrations (6 pennants "Navy E Award" and) 150 photos). Pictorial stiff covers, spiral bound. Covers with rubbing on outside edges and light creases at corner of covers and few pages. Very good. Scarce. Oblong: 23 x 30.
A picture record of the scope, equipment and products of the five divisions of this shipbuilding company.
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$150

45869
MARKHAM, Sir Clements
LIFE OF ADMIRAL SIR LEOPOLD McCLINTOCK

London. 1909. John Albermale. 1st Ed. Introductory note by the Most Rev. William Alexander. XX, 370, (2) PP, plus 7 maps (1 of them folded) and 21 b/w plates with 23 flags and 22 illustrations (drawings, portraits, photos...). Fp: Admiral Sir Leopold McClintock. Rebound in modern blue cloth, gilt title on spine. 2 of the plates wrongly positioned, o/wise near fine. 21.8 x 14.5.
Royal Navy, Arctic exploration, and search for the Franklin expedition... The author was An Old Messmate of Admiral McClintock.
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$50

67245
MARQUARDT, Karl Heinz
EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY RIGS & RIGGING

London. 2003. Conway Maritime Press. Reprint of the 1992 English first edition (1986 German original). 330 PP with tables and 192 figures. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 30 x 25. 0851775861
Extensive and ideal book for the modeller.
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$100

67250
MARQUARDT, Karl Heinz
THE GLOBAL SCHOONER: Origins, Development, Design and Construction - 1695-1845

London. 2003. Conway Maritime Press. 1st Ed. 239 PP with tables and b/w illustrations throughout. Fp: Replica of the Australian merchant schooner Enterprize of 1830. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket with a few minor rubs or chips, o/wise a fine copy. 30.3 x 25.5. 0851779301
Extensive and ideal book for the modeller.
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$125

67259
MARSDEN, Peter
SEALED BY TIME - The Loss and Recovery of the Mary Rose

Portsmouth, UK. 2003. The Mary Rose Trust Ltd. 1st Ed. XIV, 194 PP with 18 headpieces and 140 b/w illustrations, plus 8 pages with 22 colour plates. Laminated pictorial boards. Fine. 30.2 x 21.5. 0954402901
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$35

67128
MARY ROSE
The MARY ROSE Drama

Portsmouth. 1981. The Mary Rose Society / Trust. 5 brochures. 1- The Mary Rose Society, Occasional Paper No. 1 of June 1981 (signed by Nigel Walter, co-editor): 12 PP with 2 organisation charts. 2 - The Mary Rose Society, Occasional Paper No. 2 of October 1981 (signed by Nigel Walter co-editor): 12 PP with 1 sketch map of "The Battle of Spithead, 19th July 1545'' and 1 drawing of the Mary Rose. 3 - The Mary Rose drama: 3 folds flyer with 15 b/w illustrations. 4 - Progress Report 15th September 1981: 2 PP. 5 - Bulletin of The Mary Rose Trust, No. 14 of October 1981: 4 PP with 2 b/w illustrations. 6 - Catalogue "Mary Rose Trading Ltd", for Autumn 1981: 4 PP. Near fine. 29.5 x 21.
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$15

44207
MASEFIELD, John
ON THE SPANISH MAIN or, some English forays on the Isthmus of Darien, with a description of the Buccaneers and a short account of old-time ships and sailors

Annapolis. 1972. Naval Institute Press. New US edition of the 1906 original. XII, 344 PP, plus 21 b/w plates. Fp: Sir Henry Morgan. Eps: Chart of the West Indies. Cloth cover, dj. Fine. 22 x 14. 0870218573
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$15

66636
MATE, Ferenc
THE WORLD'S BEST SAILBOATS - Volume II

New York. 2003. Albatross Publishing House. 1st Ed. Introduction by Ferenc Maté. 300 PP with 218 b/w illustrations (accommodation plans, sail plans, line drawings and photos), and 535 colour photos. Eps: Plans of a Baltic 78 and of a Alden 54. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. Fine. 30.5 x 23.5. 0920256449
Yachts built by 18 renowned boatyards: from Alden Yachts to Turner. Pages 225 to 296: Plans Specifications for 75 sailboats. A lavish publication.
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$55

66635
MATE, Ferenc
THE WORLD'S BEST SAILBOATS: A Survey (Volume I)

New York. c. 2000. Albatross Publishing House. 9th printing of the 1986 original. 280 PP with 180 b/w illustrations (accommodation plans, sail plans, line drawings and photos), and 448 colour photos. Eps: plans of a Swan 43 and of a Sou'wester 42. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. Fine. 30.5 x 23.5. 0920256112
Yachts built by 19 renowned boatyards: from Able Marine of Southwest Harbor, Maine, USA... to Vindö yachts of Sweden. Page 219 to 279: Plans Specifications for 60 boats. A lavish publication.
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$40

56383
MATHEWSON R. Duncan, III
ARCHAEOLOGICAL TREASURE: The Search for NUESTRA SENORA DE ATOCHA

Woodstock, Vermont. 1985. Seafarers Heritage Library. 2nd printing in July 1985 of the January 1980 original. (2), XXIV, 171 PP with 3 tables, 13 figures, and b/w illustrations (5 portraits & 31 plates). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.3 x 20.8. 0916149005
The world's greatest treasure hunt.
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$30

44831
MAWSON, Sir Douglas
THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARD - The Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-1914

Adelaide. 1996. Wakefield Press. Facsimile of the 1930 abridged popular edition. XXXII, 432, (2) PP with 8 maps and 11 plans, plus 64 pages with 90 b/w photos. Fp: Photo of Sir Douglas Mawson. Pictorial soft cover, dj. Covers and dust jacket slightly rubbed. Faint foxing on outside edges, o/wise fine. 21 x 13.5. 1862543771
Detailed account of the expedition daily subsistence on the icy continent, its scientific endeavours and Douglas Mawson's epic sledge journey in 1912-13 during which his companions Ninnis and Mertz both perished.
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$20

67274
MAY, Commander W. E. & STEPHENS, Simon
THE BOATS OF MEN-OF-WAR

London & Annapolis. 1999. National Maritime Museum & Naval Institute Press. New edition of the 1974 edition with additions by Simon Stephens. Foreword by Basil Greenhill. 128 PP with colour and b/w illustrations. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 25.2 x 19.2. 1557501904
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$20

67187
MELTON, Jim
SHIPS' DESERTERS 1852-1900, including Stragglers, Strays and Absentees from H.M. Ships

Sydney. 1986. Library of Australian History. 1st Ed. VIII, 535 PP. Pictorial soft cover. Signed note of previous owner on title page. Near fine. 24 x 17. 0908120648
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$125

47238
MELVILLE, Henry
OBSERVATIONS RESPECTING THE ISLANDS OF THE MAURITIUS, written during a short sojourn there in 1828

Adelaide. 2004. James Dally. 1st edition limited to 55 hand numbered copies (No. 33/55). 82, (2) PP. Bound in polished quarter kangaroo skin, raised bands, fine yellow English linen, gilt title on spine. Fine. 25.3 x 19.5.
Reprint of a 1830 original limited edition of 12 copies: "Observations respecting the Islands of the Mauritius, to which are added a few General Remarks on the Slaves of the Isles of France and Bourbon...". Sailed 9th March 1828 Marseille for La Reunion on "l'Etoile de la Mer". Pages 11 to 32: Island of Bourbon (La Réunion) 2nd to 23rd of July 1828. Pages 33 to 82: Isle of France (Mauritius) 24th July to 14th of August.
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$100

18418
MERLIN, Jules
TRAITE PRATIQUE DE VOILURE, ou exposé de méthodes simples et faciles pour calculer et couper toutes espèces de voiles

Nice. 1995. Editions Omega. Facsimile reprint of the 1865 original. (4), 226 PP with 96 figures in text plus 6 large folded plates at back of book. Soft cover. French text. Fine. 23.6 x 15. 2906381187
Treatise on sail making.
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$30

17965
MERRY, Ian D.
THE WESTCOTTS AND THEIR TIMES - Maritime Monographs and Reports No.25

London. 1977. National Maritime Museum. (2), (X), 148 PP with 69 plates (b/w photos and facsimile of documents), plus 2 pages with Index of ships (loosely inserted). Title page: Albert Westcott as a young man. Pictorial soft cover. Slight ageing and faint foxing of paper. Near fine. 29.3 x 20.4. 0905555023
History of the fleet of schooners, tugs, barges & smacks of the Westcott family between the 1870's and the Great Depression of 1930.
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$25

30736
MERSKY, Peter B. & POLMAR, Norman
THE NAVAL AIR WAR IN VIETNAM

Annapolis. 1981. The Nautical and Aviation Publishing Company of America. 1st Ed. XIV, 224 PP with 1 plan, 3 maps and 180 b/w photos. Title spread: A-4 Skyhawks during a launch from the carrier Oriskany in the Gulf of Tonkin. Hard cover, dj. Faint foxing, o/wise fine. 23.5 x 16. 0933852134
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$15

44631
MILLER, William H. & HUTCHINGS, David F.
TRANSATLANTIC LINERS AT WAR - The Story of the Queens

Newton Abbot, UK. 1985. David & Charles. 1st UK Ed. 175 PP with 1 map, 3 profiles of ships and 30 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj. A little light foxing on prelims and dust jacket, o/wise fine. 24 x 16.2. 0715385119
The distinguished war roles of the Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth during WWII and the QE2 during the Falklands War of 1982.
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$20

38991
MITCHELL, W. H. & SAWYER, L. A.
THE OCEANS, THE FORTS AND THE PARKS - Merchant Shipbuilding for British Account in North America during World War II

Liverpool. 1966. Sea Breezes. 1st Ed., in the Wartime Standard Ships series, Volume Two. IX, 58 PP with b/w photos and ship profiles by John S. Lindsay. Pictorial laminated boards. Light shelf wear, o/wise near fine. Scarce. 25.5 x 19.
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$45

67238
MOORE, Alex (Master Mariner)
REVOLUTIONARY METHOD OF RECEIVING AND DELIVERING CARGO (Port of Brisbane)

Brisbane. 1972. Author Paper No. 5 "Review, Observations and Suggestions" of "Overdue Port and Harbour Development", 9th February 1972. 12 PP. Slight ageing of paper. Punch hole at top corner close to spine (not affecting text). Copy signed by author on front and back cover Very good. 22 x 14.
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$10

46020
MOORE, Robin & JENNINGS, Howard
THE TREASURE HUNTER

Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 1974. Prentice-Hall. 1st Ed. X, 261 PP with 1 sketch map, plus 16 pages with 1 map, 2 charts with Insets, and 26 b/w photos. Eps: Map of Central America, the Caribbean and Northern South America. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Near fine. 23.5 x 15.5. 139305297
Howard Jennings: modern adventurer and full-time treasure hunter.
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$10

56623
MOREY, Kelly Ana
SERVICE FROM THE SEA / NGA MAHI NO TE MOANA: New Zealand Naval History told through the collections of the Royal New Zealand Navy Museum

Auckland. 2008. Viking / Penguin. 1st Ed. 232 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 28.7 x 25.7. 9780670072408
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$50

10692
MORRIS, Alan
RICH RIVER

Geelong, Vic. 1979. Neptune Press. Enlarged & updated edition of the 1953 original. 218 PP with 3 maps & 25 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Name of previous owner on front endpaper. Faint foxing. Very good. 21.2 x 13.5. 0909131260
The study of the relationship between the riverboats & rivermen and the people of the outback of Queensland, NSW, Victoria & South Australia linked by the network of the Murray, Darling, Murrumbidgee & their tributaries.
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$15

43424
MURRAY, Reverend Thos. Boyles
PITCAIRN: The Island, The People, and the Pastor. To which is added a short notice of the original settlement and present condition of Norfolk Island

London. 1860. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. 12th Ed. XIV, 15 - 414, (4 publications) PP with 4 tail pieces, plus 16 plates. Fp: Portrait of John Adams. Hard cover, gilt device on front cover, gilt title and devices on a sunned spine. Foxing spots on outside edges and few pages, o/wise near fine. 16.6 x 11.
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$115

67125
N/A
AS YOU WERE. A Cavalcade of Events with the Australian Services from 1788 to 1947

Canberra. 1953. Australian War Memorial. 1st Ed. Yearly edition in the R.A.N., A.M.F., and R.A.A.F. series. 202 PP with b/w and colour drawings, 26 b/w photos and 36 colour plates. Illustrations by Walter Beaumont, Frank Norton and Reginald W. Rowed. Fp (in colour): Disembarking from H.M.A.S. Kanimbla. Illustrated endpapers. Cloth cover, title on front cover and spine, nice dj. Ageing of paper and foxing, o/wise near fine. 28 x 22.
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$15

40638
N/A
AUSTRALIA IN THE WAR OF 1939-1945 - Series Three: AIR (4 volumes)

Canberra. 1962, 1957, 1954 & 1963. Australian War Memorial. 1st Ed. Volume I: XIV, 786 PP with 1 diagram and 47 maps, plus 52 pages with 3 maps on double page and 73 b/w photos. Volume II: XIV, 533 PP with 35 maps, plus 48 pages with 3 maps on double page and 65 b/w photos. Volume III: XVIII, 731 PP with 1 graph, 2 diagrams and 35 maps, plus 52 pages with 95 b/w photos. Volume IV: XIV, 539 PP with 1 chart and 38 maps, plus 58 pages with 4 maps (2 on double page) and 90 b/w photos. Blue cloth covers, gilt titles on slightly faded spines. No dust jackets. Occasional foxing. Very good set. 24 x 16.3.
Volume I: Royal Australian Air Force 1939-1942, by Douglas Gillison. Volume II: Air War against Japan 1943-1945, by George Odgers. Volume III: Air War against Germany and Italy 1939-1943, and Volume IV: Air Power over Europe 1944-1945, by John Herington.
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$200

66829
N/A
AUSTRALIAN JOINT COPYING PROJECT HANDBOOK - Part 5: FOREIGN OFFICE - Class and Piece List

Canberra. 1984. National Library of Australia / Library of New South Wales. AJCP Handbook, Part 5. Reprinted with addenda from the 1975 original. 117 PP. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.5 x 21. 0642990611
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$20

66832
N/A
AUSTRALIAN JOINT COPYING PROJECT Handbook - Part 9: Public Record Office, Personal Collections

Canberra. 1991. National Library of Australia. AJCP Handbook, Part 9. 1st Ed. IX, 42 PP. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.5 x 21. 0642154139
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$20

66833
N/A
AUSTRALIAN JOINT COPYING PROJECT Handbook - Part 10: Dominions Office - Class, Piece and File List

Canberra. 1991. National Library of Australia. AJCP Handbook, Part 10. Compiled by Margaret E. Phillips. 1st Ed. XI, 375 PP. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.5 x 21. 0642105170
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$25

66640
N/A
AUSTRALIAN SEA HERITAGE - Magazine of the Sydney Maritime Museum (Nos.1 to 3, 5 & 6, 8 to 58)

Sydney. 1984 to 1999. Australian Sea Heritage. Issues 1 (February 1994) to 58 (Autumn 1999). Run of 56 issues for over 2200 pages with b/w photos. Each issue with pictorial soft cover (in colour). Near fine condition. 27.7 x 21.
A near complete run No. 1 to No. 58, lacking 2 issues: 4 (November 1984) & 7 (Spring 1985). Subtitle: " Magazine of the Sydney Maritime Museum" No. 1 to No. 21, then "Magazine of Australia's Maritime Museums" No. 22 to No. 58.
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$150

66508
N/A
CONSERVATION & RESTORATION FOR SMALL MUSEUMS

Perth. 1981. Western Australian Museums. 2nd edition (December 1981) of the 1979 original. Foreword by Dr. Neil A. North. 101 PP with 3 tables and b/w illustrations (1 drawing, 7 photos). Supplement "List of Materials & Suppliers" with 18 pages loosely inserted. Soft cover. Near fine. 22.4 x 17.5. 0724484876
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$15

48376
N/A
CORVETTE ASM TYPE GEORGES LEYGUES

Paris Naval. 1979. Direction Technique des Constructions Navales. 1st Ed. September 1979, 3000 copies. 24 PP with 1 b/w drawing and colour illustrations (1 cutaway at centrefold, 1 sketch plan, 2 diagrams and 24 photos). Pictorial soft covers. Text in French, English and Spanish. Rear cover has slight damage (lifting of laminate), o/wise near fine. Oblong: 21 x 29.6.
Type of Anti-Submarine Corvette of the French Navy.
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$20

67308
N/A
THE NAVAL AND MILITARY MAGAZINE - Vol. II, Nos. III & IV.

London. 1827. G. Mills. 1st edition. Vol. II: (2), 722 PP. No. III, September 1827: pages 1 to 344 with 2 facsimile of signatures and the frontispiece "Portrait of His Royal Highness the Lord High Admiral". No. IV, December 1827: pages 345 to 722. Rebacked in modern black cloth, gilt title on spine. Few pages with short tears or chips. Slight ageing of paper and foxing. Image shows frontispiece and title-page. Near fine. Rare. 21.6 x 14.
Contents include: Memoir of Thomas Dahl, First Grenadier of France, Widows of Officers, Royal Artillery and Marines, Record of Services of British Regiments, The War Game of the Continent, The Waterloo Vase, American War, Observations on the Campaigns in Ceylon .... A mine of information.
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$350

67309
N/A
THE NAVAL AND MILITARY MAGAZINE - Vol. III, Nos. V & VI

London. 1828. Saunders and Otley. 1st edition. Vol. III: (2), 576, CCIV PP. No. V, March 1828: pages 1 to 280, plus 1 folded plate "Plan of Onore" and the frontispiece: portrait of "Field Marshal His Grace the Duke of Wellington". No. VI, July 1828: pages 281 to 576 with 1 plan, plus 1 plate: plan of "Bhurtpoor", then pages I to CCIV. Rebacked in modern black cloth, gilt title on spine. Image shows frontispiece and title-page. Few pages with short tears or chips. Slight ageing of paper and foxing. Near fine. Rare. 21.6 x 14.
Contents include: The Order of the Bath, Mercenaries in the Christian Armies, Desertions from Regiments in Canada, Proceedings in Portugal, Between the Russians and the Persians, Defence of Onore, Naval Construction, The War in the Peninsula ... plus the Naval and Military Miscellany, Mutiny Bill, - Corporal Punishment, Naval Promotions and Appointments, Births, Marriages, and Deaths.
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$350

67310
N/A
THE NAVAL AND MILITARY MAGAZINE - Vol. IV - Nos. VII & VIII

London. 1828. Saunders and Otley. 1st edition. Vol. IV: (2), 590, CLVI PP. No. VII, September 1828: pages 1 to 280, plus 1 folded plate "Stevens Improved Paddles" and the frontispiece "God Save the King", then pages I to LXXXVIII. No. VIII, December 1828: pages 281 to 590 with 1 plan , plus 1 plate: "map of the western sea board of the Black Sea", then pages LXXXIX to CLVI, and (4 Index). Rebacked in modern black cloth, gilt title on spine. Image shows frontispiece and title-page. A few pages with short tears or chips. Slight ageing of paper and foxing. Near fine. Rare. 21.6 x 14.
Contents include: New Method of Propelling Steam Vessels, The English in France, The New System of Tactics, Narrative of the Irish Rebellion of 1798, The Peninsular War, Distribution of Religious Tracts to the Navy, Origin and Progress of Shipbuilding, Campaigns in India, History of the Siege of Vienna, Sketch of the Military Power of Prussia, The Red Flag at the Fore, A New System of Signals by Rear-Admiral Raper, Naval and Military Miscellany, Promotions, Court Martials, ...
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$350

67115
N/A
THE NAVAL CHRONICLE FOR 1814 - Vol. XXXII

London. 1815. Joyce Gold. Thirty-Second Volume. VIII, 1-174, 192- 512, (16 index) PP with 2 headpieces, plus 9 b/w plates including 1 map of Elba and 3 portraits (plates CCCCXVIII to CCCCXXVIX). Original covers in place (spine split) Copy in need of rebacking and lacking pages 175 to 192 (with plate CCCCXXII) . Ageing of paper and foxing. Few pages "dog eared" or with closed tears. Sold as is. Format: 24.5 x 16.
... Containing a general and biographical history of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom; with a variety of original papers on nautical subjects. Volume Thirty-Second (from July to December 1814) . Missing part (pages 175 to 192) "Memoir and Portrait of Matthew Flinders".
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$65

47558
N/A
Plan d'attaque de / Plan van den aanval op: ZEEBRUGGE

Bruxelles. c. 1920. Edition J. Revyn. Booklet containing 20 illustrated post cards with their protective tissue guard. 1 map, 22 b/w photos (1 vignette, 2 portraits and 19 views). Soft cover with crest (in colour) of the city of Zeebrugge on front cover. Covers lightly soiled and with small chip on front. Slight ageing of paper. Text (captions) in Dutch, English and French. Near fine. Scarce. Oblong: 9 x 15.
Blocking the base used by German U-Boats, by the Captain of HMS Vindictive who gained the Victoria Cross for the exploit. Attack took place midnight 22/23 April 1918.
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$35

66952
N/A
SAILING DIRECTIONS FOR THE PORTS AND HARBOURS OF QUEENSLAND 1960

Brisbane. 1960. S. G. Reid, Government Printer. 1st Ed. 235 PP with tables and some figures, plus 5 folded plates on table of distances, signals and recommended track past Wyborn Reef. Hard cover, cloth spine. 12 pages (recto only), "Corrections to ..." 1960, loosely inserted. Near fine. 21.5 x 13.8.
General information, sailing directions on the coast, and other information relative to the ports, harbours, creek and waterways...
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$15

67230
N/A
SCOTTISH MARITIME MUSEUM - IRVINE

Irvine, Scotland. c. 1965. Scottish Maritime Museum Folder containing 7 items with b/w illustralions. I - "Laird Forge Building": 4 PP with 15 drawings + Location map . II - "The Shipyard Worker's Flat": 3 folds with 6 illustrations. III - 5 Information leaflets, 3 folds each with drawings: "Puffers" - "Dredging " - "Pilots and Pilotage" - "Tugs and Towing" - "Yachting". Fine condition. 29.7 x 21.
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$15

67124
N/A
STAND EASY

Canberra. 1954. The Australian Military Forces / Australian War Memorial. Reprint of the 1945 original. Foreword by General Blamey. 208 PP with 6 maps in colour, drawings, 67 b/w photos, 12 b/w and 24 colour plates tipped in. Fp (in colour): Coastal Advance. Eps : Illustrated. 2 large folded plates with 6 maps in colour, loosely inserted. Cloth cover, title on front cover and spine, dj with a few small chips or closed tears. Slight ageing of paper and foxing, o/wise a very clean near fine copy. 28 x 22.
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$15

49785
N/A
THE STORY OF THE PACIFIC

Sydney. c. 1952. The Sanitarium Health Food Company. 1st Ed., Volume 7 of the Sanitarium Children's Library. 30 PP with 1 map, 30 drawings and 60 colour swap cards pasted down in the spaces provided. Pictorial soft covers. Very good copy. Scarce. 27.8 x 20.8.
Balboa..., Cook..., to Anzus Pact.
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$30

67264
NANCE, R. Morton
SAILING-SHIP MODELS, A Selection from European and American Collections with Introductory text by ..

London. 1949. Halton & Company. Revised edition of the 1924 original. VI, 82 PP with 3 head-pieces, 1 tail-piece, 22 drawings in text, plus 128 pages with 120 b/w plates (109 full-page). Fp (in colour) with tissue guard: a Flemish Carrack (circa 1450). Cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Ex Library copy with library sticker on front endpaper, stamps on title page and remnants of pocket envelope on rear end paper. Faint foxing. Very good copy. 29.3 x 22.5.
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$25

45382
NASH, Michael
THE BAY WHALERS - Tasmania 's shore-based whaling industry

Canberra. 2003. Navarine Publishing / Tasmanian Heritage Office. 1st Ed. VI, 170 PP with 2 graphs, 5 sketches, 9 maps, 32 colour and 20 b/w illustrations. Title spread: Whaleboat approaching for the kill. Eps: Map of the world with whaling grounds. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 24.9 x 18. 0958656193
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$20

39975
NEILSON, D. R.
WELLINGTON HARBOUR - A Heritage of Tara

Wellington. 1970. A.H. & A.W. Reed. 1st Ed. 120 PP with 136 pencil drawings and 12 colour plates tipped in by the artist/author. Eps: Lambton Harbour, 1885, by John Gibb. Decorated cloth cover is fine, dj is rubbed with small chips. Foxing spots on outside edges. Presentation plate by the chairman of the Wellington Harbour Board to Captain Ian Nicholson pasted down on verso of front endpaper. 2 letters and 2 newspaper clippings loosely inserted. Internally near fine. Scarce. 28.2 x 27. 0589004107
Wellington / Port Nicholson was named in honour of Captain John Nicholson, Harbour Master at Sydney (appointed in January 1821), the great great grandfather of previous owner Captain Ian Nicholson R.A.N. and Maritime Historian.
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$50

66779
NICHOLLS, Lieutenant Commander Bob
COLONIAL GUNS, Artillery of the Australian Colonies

Sydney. 1998. Australian Military History Publications. 1st Ed. (6), 40 PP with 1 map and 17 bw illustrations by Lindsay Cox. Title page: 6 inch BL gun, late 19th century. Pictorial soft cover. Faint foxing, o/wise fine. Oblong: 21 x 29.7. 1876439068
Artillery found on the Australian Coastal Fortifications, with an account of their development during the 19th century.
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$25

46648
NICHOLS, Freda
SHIPPED TO BOTANY BAY

London. 1969. Ginn and Company. 2nd impression of the 1967 original. Young adult edition in The Active Readers: Second Series. VI, 186 PP with 1 map and 51 b/w illustrations by John Sergeant. FEP: Route of transports to New South Wales showing prevailing winds. REP: Plan and elevation of a transport of 1802. Decorated hard cover. Very good. 18.3 x 13. 602200237
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$15

22211
NICHOLSON, Ian
LOG OF LOGS, Volume Two

Nambour, Qld. 1993. Roebuck Society. 1st Ed. Publication No.47. XII, 608 PP with b/w figures & photos. Hard cover, gilt-engraved spine. Light foxing of covers, o/wise fine. 25.5 x 17.8. 0646091824
A complement to the first volume which generated much response and provided a great deal of fresh material making a second volume necessary.
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$100

66800
NICHOLSON, Ian Hawkins
SHIPPING ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES - SYDNEY : VOLUME II: 1826-1840, PARTS I, II and III

Canberra. 1981. Roebuck. Reprint of the 1977 original. Roebuck Publication No. 23. VI, 258 PP with 5 maps and 10 b/w illustrations, plus 76 pages of index (Part II: 1-36 & Part III: 53-93). FEP: Port Jackson. REP: Discoveries in Australia in 1834. Pictorial card cover. Covers slightly rubbed, o/wise very good. 26 x 18.3. 090943414X
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$50

43103
NIEMZ, Günter & WACHS, Reiner
PERSONENSCHIFFAHRT AUF DER OBERELBE

Bielefeld, Germany. 1981. Verlag Delius, Klasing und Co. 1st Ed. 104 PP with 11 figures,5 silhouettes, 5 house flags, 1 drawing and 9 b/w photos of paddle wheel boxes, and 32 b/w plates, plus 6 large folded plans. Cloth cover, device engraved on front cover, dj. Near fine. German text. 24.5 x 17.5. 3768803597
Passenger ferries (paddle wheels) on the upper Elbe River.
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$15

67188
NORFOLK ISLAND
NORFOLK ISLAND - Commonwealth of Australia, Territory of Norfolk Island

Canberra. c. 1960. Commonwealth of Australia. 1st Ed. 32 PP with 2 maps and 30 b/w photos. Fp: The voyage of the "Bounty". Pictorial boards (Seal of Norfolk Island), cloth spine. The Prayer of John Adams on back cover. Fine. 28.5 x 21.
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$25

55609
OBIN, Alan
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NAUTICAL BOOKS

Southampton. 1986. Warsash Nautical Bookshop. Revised reprint of the 1st edition of 1985. 215, (3) PP, plus Supplement No. 1, May 1986 with 19 PP and Supplement No. 2, September 1986 with 31 PP. Soft cover. Spine rubbed. Name of previous owner at top of front cover. Very good. 33 x 22. 0948646004
Books classification by colour coded pages: Title (blue), Author (pink), Subject (white), Hydrographic Dept. (green), International Marine Organisation (yellow), and Statutory Instruments i.e. HMSO (blue).
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$30

20830
OMAN, Carola
NELSON

London. 1948. Hodder & Stoughton. March 1948 reprint of June 1947 original. XVI, 734 PP with 6 maps, plus 12 b/w plates & 1 large folded sheet with The Nelson Family at back of book. Fp: Portraits of HMS Agamemnon, Captain, Vanguard, Elephant & Victory. Cloth cover, spine sunned. Renewed endpapers. Light foxing, mostly on prelims and around outside page edges, o/wise a very good clean copy. 25 x 15.5.
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$20

67282
OPPENHEIM, M.
A HISTORY OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ROYAL NAVY AND OF MERCHANT SHIPPING IN RELATION TO THE NAVY, From MDIX to MDCLX with an introduction treating of the preceding period

Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1961. The Shoe String Press, Inc. Reprint of the 1896 1st edition. XIII, 411 PP with 3 b/w illust. in text, plus 3 plates. Title page: recto & verso of the Wyard's Medal, 1650. Fp: the "Tiger" of Henry VIII. Navy cloth cover with gilt title on spine (a little dulled). A near fine copy. 22.2 x 14.5.
The Navy between the reign of Henry VIII (1509-1547) and the Commonwealth (1649-1660).
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$80

49178
OPPENHEIM, M. (editor)
THE NAVAL TRACTS OF SIR WILLIAM MONSON (five volumes for six books)

London. 1902, 1902, 1913, 1913 & 1914. Navy Records Society. Publications of the Navy Records Society, Volumes 22, 23, 43, 45 and 47. Volume I: LXVI, 395 PP, plus 7 maps (2 large folded). Fp: Map of Western Europe. Volume II: VIII, 395 PP, (3 publications), plus 4 maps (2 large folded). Fp (in colour): Chart of the Azores, by Baptista Boazio, 1597. Volume III: X, 443 PP, (4 publications). Volume IV: X, 442 PP, (4 publications). Volume V: XII, 370 PP, (5 publications). Set with uniform binding. Navy blue/cream buckram, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine. Covers slightly soiled and spine lightly sunned. Occasional foxing and slight ageing of paper. Bookplate of previous owner Sub-Lieutenant F. C. Darley on front endpaper of Volumes I and II. A near fine set. 24.2 x 16.5.
Six books edited with a commentary drawn from the state papers and other original sources. Volume I: (Book I), Voyages of Sir Francis Drake, Sir John Hawkyns... The Armada... Sir Walter Raleigh. Volume II: (Book I), Cadiz Voyage, Sir Richard Leveson... Sir William Monson... Volume III: (Books II & III). Volume IV: (Books III & IV). Volume V: (Books V & VI).
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$250

67364
ORIENT LINE
ORIENT LINE - Baggage Label "C"

London. 1950. Orient Line. 1 "C" Cabin Baggage label. Circular. Fine. Diameter: 12 cms.
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$5

67367
ORIENT LINE
POST CARD: R.M.S. ORSOVA, 1915

R.M.S. ORSOVA post card pasted down on card paper and inscribed on recto "... at Port Said on 8th December 1915" at the lower part, and "Arrived in Cairo 9th December" at the top. On the back of the card a small colour photo is pasted down "Egyptian Palm Grove" with the comment: "to Hilda from Roger, Christmas 1915". Format of post card: 9 x 14, and of the card: 14 x 19.2.
R.M.S. Orsova was then a Troop Transport (commissioned as such in May 1915).
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$50

67350
ORIENT LINE
R.M.S. ORONTES - NAPKIN-RING

London. c. 1930. Orient Steam Navigation Co. Ltd. EPNS fretwork metal Napkin-Ring with the Coat-of-Arms of Orient Line, held by a Lion and a Kangaroo with motto "Par Non Leonina Societa". Very good condition. Diameter: 4.5 cms & Width: 3.8 cms.
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$30

48575
PACIFIC
KON-TIKI MUSEET / THE KON-TIKI MUSEUM

Oslo. 1983. Kon-Tiki Muséet. 1st Ed. 24 PP with 1 plan, 3 maps, 3 b/w and 32 colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Norwegian and English text. Fine. 21 x 14.7. 8271820591
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$15

67298
PADFIELD, Peter
THE GREAT NAVAL RACE: Anglo-German Naval Rivalry 1900-1914

London. 1974. Hart-Davis. 1st Ed. 382 PP plus 12 pages with 20 b/w illust. Hard cover. Slight ageing of paper and stains on front outside edge (not affecting the text). Good. 22.2 x 14.2. 024610578X
Deadly competition in dreadnought battleships between Great Britain and Imperial Germany, fueled by Kaiser Wilhelm II and his dreams of imperial destiny.
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$10

50518
PARSONS, Ronald
SHIPS OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND BEFORE 1850 (in two parts) - Part One (A-J) & Part Two (K-Z)

Murray Bridge, S.A.. c. 2005. Author. Reprint of the 1983 original. Part One: IV, 104 PP with 1 b/w illust. Part Two: (2), 90 PP. Stapled typescript. Soft cover. Fine. Oblong: 16 x 20.7. 0909418 - 268 & 276
Part One: A-J (from Abeona to Juno). Part two:K-Z (from Kangaroo to Young River Chief).
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$20

51507
PAUL, Philip
CITY VOYAGE. The Story of Erlebach & Company, Limited 1867-1967

Morden, Surrey. 1967. Harley Publishing Company. 1st Ed., with an introduction by Donald E. Erlebach. 84 PP printed on superior glossy paper, with b/w illustrations (drawings, portraits, photos). Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover. Signs of a little old water damage (no marks, just a little ruffling) at bottom corner of last few pages and back cover. Very good. 21.5 x 14.5.
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$20

49879
PEARSON, Capt. A.
TONNAGE MEASUREMENT

Melbourne. 1969. IAPH / International Association of Ports and Harbors 1st Ed. 12 PP with 2 figures, plus a 2 pages Resolution concerning tonnage measurement loosely inserted. Soft cover. Near fine. 24.5 x 17.8.
Paper presented on behalf of I.M.C.O., at the Sixth Biennial I.A.P.H. Conference, Melbourne, March 1969 - Nautical Adviser, Dept of Shipping and Transport of the Australian Government.
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$10

51657
PEARSON, Michael
GREAT SOUTHERN LAND: The Maritime Exploration of Terra Australis

Canberra. 2005. The Australian Government Department of the Environment and Heritage. 1st Ed. Foreword by Senator the Hon. Ian Campbell, Minister for the Environment and Heritage. IV, 155 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial boards, dj. Fine. 30.5 x 21.5. 0642551855
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$60

56969
PELLY, David
THE ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WORLD SAILING

Sydney. 1989. Golden Press. 1st Ed. 256 PP with b/w & colour illust. throughout. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 30 x 22. 0863078982
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$15

67051
PENINSULAR & ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY
SHIP MENUS (12) - FLOWERS OF AUSTRALIA

Peninsular and Orient Line. 11 menus (9 blank, 2 pre-printed and one printed) in a series of 12 paintings by Strom Gould, published by P&O. Front: Flowers. Back: description. A little light soiling/foxing on a few menus but not affecting the artwork. Near fine. 21.5 x 14.5.
No. 1: Golden Everlasting Daisy, Native Rose and a butterfly. No. 2: 8 flowers from West Australia. No. 3: 9 flowers. No.4: 8 flowers. No. 5: Illawarra Flame Tree & Lace Bark. No. 6: 3 flowers and a Christmas Beetle. No. 7: 9 flowers. No. 8: 7 flowers and a cicada. No. 9: Illyarrie, Waratah and Wattles. No. 10: Darwinia, Geraldton wax flower and butterfly. No. 11: 8 flowers. No. 12: Kangaroo Paws.
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$45

16919
PERRIN, W. G. (editor)
BOTELER'S DIALOGUES

London. 1929. Navy Records Society. 1st Ed. Publication of the Navy Records Society, Volume LXV. XXXIX, 341, 7 (publications of N.R.S.) PP with 1 facsimile page of A Dialogical Discourse Concerning Marine Affaires. Buckram cover, gilt device on front cover and gilt title on spine. Spine a little faded, occasional foxing. Very good. 24.2 x 15.5.
An insight into naval affairs in the reign of Charles I, represented as six dialogues or discourses: Commanders-in-Chief, Common Mariner, Victualling, Sea Terms & Signals,...
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$20

35972
PHILLIPS-BIRT, Douglas
WHEN LUXURY WENT TO SEA

Newton Abbot. 1971. David & Charles. 1st Ed. 96 PP with numerous b/w illust. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Discreet stamp of previous owner on front endpaper, o/wise near fine. 24.5 x 18.5. 071535339X
The transition from luxury to comfort with the arrival of the cruising liner replacing the passenger ship.
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$20

37545
PIERCE, Richard A. & WINSLOW, John H. (editors)
H.M.S. SULPHUR AT CALIFORNIA, 1837 AND 1839 - Being the accounts of Midshipman Francis Guillemard Simpkinson and Captain Edward Belcher

San Francisco. 1969. The Book Club of California. 1st edition, limited to 450 copies. Publication No. 132 of the Book Club of California. XVI, 70, (2) PP with 2 colour and 8 b/w illustrations. Vignette with map of the Californias on title page. Fp (in colour): Geological plan of the Port of San Francisco. Endpapers. Decorated hard cover, gilt title on cloth spine. Lower corner of outside covers with slight insect damage. Pre publication pamphlet and a manuscript letter to previous owner signed by Richard A. Pierce co-editor, loosely inserted. Near fine. 26 x 16.7.
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$65

55827
PIETRI, J.B.
VOILIERS D'INDOCHINE

Saigon. 1949. Société des Imprimeries et Librairies Indochinoises. Reprint of the 1943 original edition. (8), 130, (1) PP, plus 144 pages with 1 map Côtes de l'Indochine, 1 colour plate (with 6 figures), and 70 duo tone plates (7 plates with 53 silhouettes, 23 plates with 77 figures, and 40 plates with drawings of sailing ships and details). All illustrations by the author. Card cover, dust jacket with repaired tears. Name of previous owner on front endpaper. French text. Near fine copy of a rare book. Large format: 36.6 x 27.4.
First comprehensive study of the sailing vessels of the coasts of the Indochina Peninsula: Cambodia, Cochinchina, Annam, Tonkin, and Koupang de Fort-Bayard or Kouang-Tchéou-Wan (French enclave on Hainan peninsula). Beautiful illustrations.
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$500

49391
PLOWMAN, Peter
MURRAY DARLING PADDLEBOATS

Sydney. 2005. Rosenberg. 1st Ed. 80 PP with 107 colour photos. Title page: details from Pride of Murray. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29 x 21. 1877058378
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$30

67386
P&O
P & O BADGES OF RANK - S.S. ORONSAY

London. c. 1970. Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company. Folded leaflet for trip on S.S. Oronsay October 1970, Captain M. A. Trenfield and List of Officers etc... on the outside. Badges of Rank (in colour) for: Captains, Officers (Navigating, Engineer, Electrical, Radio, Pursers, Medical), Chief Petty Officers and Senior Stewards) on the inside. Near fine. 21 x 29.8.
Voyage in 1970, on S.S. Oronsay from Sydney to U.K. via Darwin, Japan, Vancouver and Panama.
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$5

67360
P&O - ORIENT LINE
P & O - Baggage Directions and Regulations & Labels

Sydney. 1950. Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company. 4 page brochure, plus an assortment of 6 labels. Soft covers with coat of Arms of P & O. Fine. Small Format: 19 x 12.7.
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$10

67361
P&O - ORIENT LINE
P & O - Baggage Labels

Sydney. 1950. Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company. Set of 5 Labels. Fine. Various sizes and formats.
1 P&O Cabin, 1 P&O Baggage "M", 1 Name label "V", and 2 for Sydney destination.
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$10

67357
P&O - ORIENT LINE
PASSENGER LIST - S.S. ORCADES: Bombay to the United Kingdom, July 1964

On board. 1964. P&O - Orient Lines. 12 pages Captain E. V. Harris. Soft cover. Fine. Small Format: 18.5 x 12.2.
Leaving Bombay 11th July 1964 for the United Kingdom
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$10

67358
P&O - ORIENT LINE
PASSENGER LIST - S.S. ORSOVA: North America Pacific Seaboard for Southampton via Panama Canal, 1962

San Francisco. 1962. P&O - Orient Lines. 8 pages Captain R. J. Craddock. Soft cover. Fine. Small Format: 18.5 x 12.2.
Leaving Vancouver 27 April, San Francisco 1st May and Los Angeles (Long Beach) 2nd of May 1962 for Southampton via the Panama Canal
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$10

66397
P&O / ORIENT LINES
P & O / ORIENT LINES of Australia - Staff Newsletter

Sydney. 1960, 1962 & 1963. P & O / Orient Lines of Australia Pty Ltd. 4 issues of this Monthly Newsletter. No. 20, November 1960 + No. 21, December 1960 + No. 34, January 1962 + No. 46, January 1963. Each issue with 12 PP. A total of 48 PP with b/w illustrations (cartoons and photos). Near fine. 26.5 x 21.5.
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$15

46706
PONS, Xavier
L' AUSTRALIE, entre Occident et Orient

Paris. 2000. La Documentation Française. 1st Ed. 133, (3) PP with 1 map, 1 organigram (Australian Government) and 3 tables. Soft cover. Fine. French text. 24 x 16. 2110045426
Australia at the turn of the millenium.
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$40

66370
POSTER
SHIPWRECKS: A Fragile Link with the Past -

Canberra & Sydney. c. 1994. Department of the Arts, Sport, the Environment and Territories & Department of Planning. Poster: S.S. Bombo, coastal trader (50 Tons, 154'), wrecked Port Kembla Harbour Entrance. Colour photo by John Fowden (Winner of the 1992 Shipwreck NSW Amateur Photographic Competition). Fine. Large oblong format: 47 x 67.
S.S. Bombo, off Port Kembla.
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$5

49828
POWLEY, Edward B.
THE ENGLISH NAVY IN THE REVOLUTION OF 1688

Cambridge. 1928. Cambridge University Press. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Admiral of the Fleet The Earl Jellicoe. XII, 188 PP with 2 tables, plus 1 large folded chart at end of book. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Light foxing on prelims and last pages, and around outside page edges, o/wise a fine copy. Scarce. 22.5 x 14.5.
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$35

67153
PROUT, Geoffrey
BROWN'S POCKET-BOOK FOR YACHTSMEN

Glasgow. 1965. Brown, Son & Ferguson. 4th edition of the 1933 original. 185 PP with 58 figures, plus 6 pages of colour illust., (2 of them with flags). Hard cover, slightly rubbed dust jacket.o/wise near fine. 18.7 x 12.
P. 147 to 185: glossary of Sea-Terms.
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$20

56137
REDOR, Florence
LE DOCTEUR NEL, CHIRURGIEN-BALEINIER DE L' ALBATROS, Le Havre (1837-1840)

Nantes. 1980. Author & Université de Nantes. Thesis. (2 pages of an 1843 letter (copy) given to the author by M. du Pasquier), (10), 265 PP, (1) printed on recto only, with 4 graphs, tables and 2 maps. Bound in green cloth, gilt title on spine. Loosely inserted: signed manuscript letter from the author to Honore Forster, Australian Historian (Whaling Specialist). French text. Fine. 30 x 21.
Thesis for her Ph.D. in Medicine, held Nantes, 4th April 1980. Chapter I: General History of Whaling. Chapter II: Whaling from the port of le Havre, and doctors or surgeons on French whaling ships. Chapter III (pages 153 to 257): Voyage of the whaling ship Albatros by Jean-Baptiste Généreux Nel, M. D. - Sailed from le Havre on 16 October 1837, Cape Horn, Valdivia (Chile) 24 January 1838, Honolulu (April 1838 then July / August 1838).. Bay of Islands February 1839... Tahiti 30 June 1839... Rio de Janeiro, February 1840. Return to le Havre 18 April 1840.
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$300

15727
REED, A.H. & A. W. (editors)
CAPTAIN COOK IN AUSTRALIA - Extracts from the journals of Captain James Cook giving a full account in his own words of his adventures and discoveries in Australia

Wellington. 1969. Reed. Reprint of the 1969 original. 192 PP with b/w illustrations & maps, plus 16 pages with 30 b/w photos, and a large folded map at rear. Cloth cover, dj. Near fine. 23.5 x 15.5.
Epic voyage of Cook on the East Coast in 1770 and on Van Diemen's Land in 1776 and the voyage of Furneaux in Van Diemen's Land in 1773.
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$25

20432
REID, Anthony
SOUTHEAST ASIA IN THE AGE OF COMMERCE 1450-1680. Volume I: The lands below the Winds

Chiang Mai, Thailand. 1995. Silkworm Books. Reprint of the 1988 original edition. XVI, (2), 275 PP with 4 maps and 56 figures in text. Pict. card cover. Fine. 23.5 x 15.3. 9747047578
Rise of Southeast Asian culture. Everyday life in the different societies of the region (diet, housing, commerce...), patterns of warfare and popular entertainment.
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$25

62252
RICHARDSON, Brian W.
LONGITUDE AND EMPIRE: How Captain Cook's Voyages Changed the World

Vancouver, B.C. 2005. University of British Columbia Press. 1st paperback edition. XVI, 240 PP with 30 b/w illustrations. Pictorial card cover. Bookplate of previous owner inside front cover. Near fine. 22.8 x 15.2. 0774811900
"Fascinating account offering a new understanding of Captain Cook's voyages and how they affected the European world view" (review comments).
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$40

31031
RIDGWAY, John & BLYTH, Chay
A FIGHTING CHANCE

London. 1966. Paul Hamlyn. 1st Ed. 255 PP with 13 pages of the log (facsimile), plus 16 pages with 24 b/w photos. Eps: Map of the North Atlantic with the Voyage of English Rose III. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. 20.3 x 13.2.
Rowing the Atlantic in 92 days (Cape Cod, 4th June 1966 to Aran Isles, 3rd September 1966) by Captain John Ridgway and Sergeant Chay Blyth.
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$5

34249
ROBERTS, John (Editor)
WARSHIP No. 17 (A Quarterly Journal of Warship History)

London. 1981. Conway. Issue No. 17, January 1981. 72 PP with tables, maps & plans, and 63 b/w photos. Pictoral soft cover. Very good. 24 x 18.5. 0851772099
The type XXI Submarine, by Erwin F. Sieche. The Chester class cruiser, by Norman Friedman. Versuchsgleitboot: the world's first Hovercraft, by Franz Ferdinand Bilzer...
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$5

67260
ROBINSON, M. S.
A PAGEANT OF THE SEA: THE MACPHERSON COLLECTION, of Maritime Prints and Drawings in the National Maritime Museum Greenwich

London. 1950. Halton & Co. 1st Ed. VIII, 264 PP with 212 b/w plates, plus 16 colour plates. Fp (in colour): The battle off La Rochelle, 1372. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, gilt decoration on front cover. Covers with shelf wear around edges with a little speckling. Internally near fine with b/w & colour plates in mint condition. 28.3 x 22.
A pageant of the sea. Illustrations on the historical background of maritime history. The ships, their manning, their voyages ... atlases and seaports.
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$65

58871
ROBSON, John
CAPTAIN COOK'S WAR AND PEACE - The Royal Navy Years, 1755-1768

Sydney. 2009. University of New South Wales Press. 1st Australian edition. VIII, 216 PP with tables and b/w figures (maps, paintings ...), plus 12 pages with 7 colour and 12 b/w illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 22.5 x 16. 9781742231099
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$25

67304
RODGER, N. A. M.
THE SAFEGUARD OF THE SEA. A Naval History of Britain - Volume one: 660-1649

London. 2004. Penguin Books & National Maritime Museum. Reprint of the 1997 paperback edition. XXVI, 691 PP with 20 maps and 4 b/w illustrations, plus 24 pages with 59 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Front cover and spine with creases. Covers have been laminated. Very good. 19.5 x 13.. 9780140297249
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$15

66630
ROSENFELD, Stanley
A CENTURY UNDER SAIL - Selected Photographs by Morris Rosenfeld and Stanley Rosenfeld, Legendary Photographers of the America's Cup races

Mystoic, Ct. 2001. Mystic Seaport Museum. 1st Ed. Foreword by Emil "Bus" Mosbacher. XII, 287 PP with over 200 b/w photographs. Hard cover, title in blind on front board and spine, dj. Fine. 31 x 25.5. 0939510715
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$40

42095
ROWLAND, K. T.
THE GREAT BRITAIN

Newton Abbot. 1971. David & Charles. 1st Ed. 132 PP with 46 b/w illust. Title spread: Broadsheet advertising the ship. Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 22.2 x 14.3. 0715351605
The SS Great Britain was launched in 1844 and played a major part in the transition from sail to steam.
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$15

54202
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Vol. 53, Part 2, June 1967

Sydney. 1967. Royal Australian Historical Society. Edited by K. J. Cable, Hazel King & D. S. MacMillan. 101-170 PP , plus 6 b/w plates. Soft cover, staples. Fine. 22.5 x 14.7.
Part 2: Henry Lawson: the middle years, 1893-1896, by Colin Roderick. David Buchanan: chartist, radical, republican, by R. B. Walker...
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$10

54203
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Vol. 53, Part 3, September 1967

Sydney. 1967. Royal Australian Historical Society. Edited by K. J. Cable, Hazel King & D. S. Macmillan. 173-276 PP , plus 3 b/w plates. Soft cover, staples. Fine. 22.5 x 14.7.
Part 3: Barron Field: his association with New South Wales, by K. G. Allars. Archibald Clunes Innes, by Frank O'Grady...
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$10

54204
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Vol. 54, Part 1, March 1968

Sydney. 1968. Royal Australian Historical Society. Edited by K. J. Cable, Hazel King & D. S. MacMillan. 112 PP , plus 6 b/w plates. Soft cover, staples. Fine. 22.5 x 14.7.
Part 1: The British Naval Officer and the Australian Colonies, by Philip M. Cowburn. Solomon Levey, from convict to Merchant Prince (part II), by George F. J. Bergman...
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$10

54206
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Vol. 55, Part 3, September 1969

Sydney. 1969. Royal Australian Historical Society. Edited by Brian Fletcher & Hazel King. 205-308 PP, plus 2 b/w plates. Soft cover, staples. Fine. 22 x 14.5.
Part 3: The earlier years of the University of Sydney Library, by Harrison Bryan. Robertt Hickson: civil engineer (1842-1921), by James M. Antill.
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$10

21906
SAINSBURY, Keith J., KAILOLA, Patricia J. & LEYLAND, Guy G.
CONTINENTAL SHELF FISHES OF NORTHERN AND NORTH-WESTERN AUSTRALIA, An Illustrated Guide

Canberra. 1985. C.S.I.R.O. 1st Ed. VII, 375 PP with 1 map, 2 pages illustrated glossary, 11 pages illustrated guide to family and 153 colour full-page plates. Hard cover, dust jacket has one small nick, o/wise near fine. 29.5 x 22. 0949742805
Detailed description and colour plates of over 500 species, with a list of 755 species, plus a glossary, bibliography and index. A massive work.
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$40

22730
SANKEY, Raymond
BARROW & MORECAMBE BAY

Carnforth, UK. 1991. Silver Link Publishing. Reprint of the 1986 original, in the Maritime Heritage series. 64 PP with 1 map and 152 bw photos. Title page: The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company's Ben-My-Chree, completed in 1927. Pictorial card cover. Fine. 27.3 x 21. 0947971076
Shipping scenes (merchant ships and navy ships) on the waters of Barrow and Morecamber Bay, Cumbria. Shipbuilding activities: Navy built by Vickers, or Cunard, P & O, and Orient line.
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$15

48324
SARGENT, A. J.
SEAPORTS & HINTERLANDS

London. 1938. Adam and Charles Black. 1st Ed. X, (2), 188 PP with 7 tables, 10 maps and diagrams. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Spine lightly sunned. Signature of previous owner on FFEP. Foxing spots on outside edges and few pages, o/wise near fine. Scarce. 22.2 x 14.5.
Hamburg on the Elbe. Rotterdam, Antwerp and the Rhine. Montreal and the St. Lawrence...
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$20

67197
SARGENT, John R.
'A HEAD OF STEAM' - Hobart Town to Kangaroo Point Ferry Service

Hobart. 1999. Author. 1st Ed. (2), 18 PP with 2 b/w illustrations. Soft cover, illustrated front. Dedicatory note on title page, signed and dated by the author. Fine. 21 x 14.7. 0958528411
The arrival of the first steamships in Australian service and their impact on the Trans-Derwent service.
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$20

36628
SCARR, Deryck
THE MAJESTY OF COLOUR: A Life of Sir John Bates Thurston - Volume One: I, The Very Bayonet

Canberra. 1973. Australian National University Press. 1st Ed. XXX, 370 PP with 3 maps, plus 8 pages with 18 b/w photos. Fp: Portrait of Na Kena Vai. Cloth cover, device on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket lightly rubbed, o/wise near fine. 24.1 x 15.5. 0708107044
Rose to the position of Governor of Fiji, and High Commissioner of the Western Pacific. In 1849, went at sea as a 13 year-old apprentice on a barque from Liverpool shipowner J.J. Melhuish... Shipwrecked on Rotuma Island in 1865...
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$25

34893
SCHULZ-TORGE, Ulrich
DIE SOWJETISCHE KRIEGSMARINE (in three volumes)

Bonn, Germany. 1976, 1981. Wehr & Wissen. 1st Ed. Volume I: 352 PP with tables, 1 organigram, 5 maps and 45 sketch plans, plus 13 colour and 67 b/w plates (118 photos). Volume II: 355-801 PP with 182 sketch plans and 432 b/w photos. Volume III: 803-1248 PP with tables, 1 graph, 57 sketch plans, 22 colour and 161 b/w photos. Cloth cover. Fine. German text. 23.3 x 16.
The Navy of the U.S.S.R.
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$30

49808
SERVICIO DE HIDROGRAFIA NAVAL
DERROTERO ARGENTINO. Parte V - Antartida y archipielagos subantarticos Argentinos

Buenos Aires. 1953. Direccion General de Navegacion e Hidrografia. 2nd Edition. Publication H. 205. XVIII, 349, (3) PP with 4 pages with index charts, 1 graph 1 figure and 4 tables, plus 11 plates with tables, 25 plates with 30 sketches on birds and whales, 5 figures and 23 maps or charts, and 54 plates with coastal views (47 sketches and 140 photos). Cloth cover, title on front board and spine. Supplement No. 2 for 1960 with 18 pages, loosely inserted. Very good. Spanish text. 27.5 x 19.5.
Pilot books for the: Argentinian sector of Antarctica and the Argentinian sub-Antarctic Islands.
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$50

41485
SEXTON, Rae
BEFORE THE WIND - Tracing the impact on a small community and shipping company by the shipwreck in 1888 of the Star of Greece

Adelaide. 1982. Australasian Maritime Historical Society. 1st edition numbered and signed. X, 110 PP with 1 map, 17 b/w photos and drawings. Fp: Construction plans & rigging plans of the Star of Greece. Eps: Sketches showing the total wreck of the Star of Greece. Hard cover, illustrated front. Copy No. 197 with signature of the author on verso of title page. Few foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. 21 x 13.8. 0959944834
Shipwrecked off Willunga, South Australia, on Friday the 13th of July, 1888.
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$30

67140
SHARP, Donld B., WARBURTON III, Barclay H., STANFORD, Peter ...
TALL SHIPS PACIFIC - The Official Souvenir Book and Program

Newport, Rhode Island. 1978. American Sail Training Association. 1st Ed. 80 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 27.3 x 21.7.
Pages 4 to 19: Captain Cook - A Modest, Methodical , Remarkable Man, by Donald. B. Sharp. Pages 20 to 29: Sail Training and the Tall Ships races, by Barclay H. Warburton. Three centuries of Sailing Ships, by Michael Levitt.
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$20

11573
SHAW, George A.
MADAGASCAR AND FRANCE, With Some Accounts of the Island, its People, its Resources and Development

London. 1885. Religious Tract Society. 1st Ed. 320 PP plus 1 folded map and 15 full-page plates. Rebacked copy retaining original gilt-decorated cloth cover, spine faded & little worn on corners. Frontispiece & half-title page missing, o/wise very good. 20.2 x 14.3.
From initial settlement, discovery, tentative settlement and war with France. Geography, flora, fauna...
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$20

39430
SHEPHARD, Allan
A COMPENDIUM OF AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE STATISTICS

Canberra. 1995. Australian Defence Studies Centre. 1st Ed. (2), VI, 89 PP with 6 tables and 2 graphs. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25 x 17.5. 0731703200
Regional perspectives for ASEAN countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Thailand and Philippines).
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$15

56279
SIGWART, E. E.
MERCHANT SHIPS: WORLD BUILT, Vessels of 1000 tons gross and over completed in 1965 - Volume XIV

London. 1966. Adlard Coles. 1st Ed., Volume XIV, 1966. 192 PP with tables & b/w illust. (photos & plans). Fp: Oceanic, first large ship built solely for cruising. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj (M/V Benya River). Dust jacket rubbed and with price clipped, o/wise fine. Oblong: 15 x 23.
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$20

45749
SILVERSTONE, Paul H.
US WARSHIPS OF WORLD WAR II

London. 1982. Ian Allan. Reprint of the 1965 original. 444 PP with nearly 400 b/w photos. Fp: U.S.S. Franklin (CV13). Hard cover, dj (price clipped). Faint foxing on outside edges. Near fine. 19 x 12.5.
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$20

66510
SINCLAIR, Cecil
TRACING YOUR SCOTTISH ANCESTORS

Edinburgh. 1991. HMSO. Reprint of the 1990 original. X, 154 PP with 22 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers. Fine. 24.6 x 15.5. 0114941181
A Guide to Ancestry Research in the Scottish Record Office.
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$20

61594
SKEELS, Fred
JAVA RABBLE: A Story of a Ship, Slavery and Survival

Perth. 2008. Hesperian Press. 1st Ed. VIII, 151 PP with 3 maps and 23 b/w illustrations (2 paintings and 21 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 24 x 16. 9780859054195
Sinking of HMAS Perth on 1st March 1942, by one of the survivor of the Battle of Sunda Strait, Aftermath.
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$40

36056
SMEED, V. E. (editor)
BOAT MODELLING

London. 1977. Model and Allied Publications. 15th impression of the 1956 original. 96 PP with tables and over 223 figures (drawings, sketch plans, plans), plus 8 plates with 50 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 21.6 x 14. 0853440662
Introduction to model boating...
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$10

22112
SMITH, William D.
NORTHWEST PASSAGE

New York. 1970. American Heritage Press. 1st Ed. (8), 204 PP, plus 34 pages with 76 bw illust. FEP: Route of S.S. Manhattan, 1969. REP: Routes of Explorers in search of the Northwest Passage. Cloth cover, device on front cover, dj. Near fine. 24 x 16. 070584605
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$15

62121
SOMERVILLE, Rear Admiral Boyle T. & WOODHOUSE, Commander A. F. B.
OCEAN PASSAGES FOR THE WORLD

London. 1957. Admiralty / Hydrographic Department. November 1957 reprint of the 1950 edition (based on the 1898 original, revised by Commander Woodhouse). 368 PP with 10 b/w figures, plus 8 folded charts in the pocket at the end. Supplement No. 1 - 1953 (24 PP), loosely inserted. Cloth cover, gilt device and title on front cover. Covers faded and rubbed, lettering sunned. Image shows the Title-Page. Name of previous owner on front endpaper. Slight ageing of paper and occasional foxing. Very good. Scarce. 34 x 21.
Contents include: Oceanic Winds and Weather, Ice, and Currents, Steamship Routes: Atlantic, Mediterranean and Black Seas, Red Sea,, Indian Ocean, and Persian Gulf, Pacific Ocean, Sailing Ship Routes, Notes and Cautions ...
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$100

18433
SPECTRE, Peter H. & LARKIN, David
A GOODLY SHIP - The building of the Susan Constant

Boston. 1992. Houghton Mifflin. 1st Ed. 96 PP with 1 headpiece, and col. photos throughout. Half title and title spread: Views of the wooden model of the Susan Constant. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 30.4 x 21.8. 039557322X
The story of the ship that brought the settlers to Jamestown, Virginia. Revisiting history and the art of wooden shipbuilding.
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$10

40530
SPRATT, H. Philip
TRANSATLANTIC PADDLE STEAMERS

Glasgow. 1967. Brown, Son & Ferguson. 2nd edition of the 1951 original. 92 PP, plus 6 large folded tables and 9 b/w plates. Fp: P.S. Savannah (1818). Blue cloth cover, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price-clipped). Neat stamp of previous owner on inside front cover. Near fine. 22 x 14.5.
Their history from the Savannah built in 1818 to the Great Eastern (1858) and the last of this breed, the Scotia (1861).
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$15

67416
STEAMSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
STEAMBOAT BILL - Volume XXXI, issues 129, 130, 131 & 132 - 1974

New York. 1974. Steamship Historical Society of America. Volume 31, No. 1, issue 129, Spring 1974, to No. 4, Issue132, Winter 1974, plus title page and table of contents for Volume XXXI. Edited by Peter T. Eisele. 256 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers. Very good. 28 x 21.5.
No. 129: ... The Four Stackers by Jack Shaum ... No. 130: The Normandie -Triumph to Tragedy, by George Prince. ... No. 131: S.S. Caribia, by Lt. Dale R. Wilkinson.
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$30

67417
STEAMSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
STEAMBOAT BILL - Volume XXXII, issues 133, 134, 135 & 136 - 1975

New York. 1975. Steamship Historical Society of America. Volume 32, No. 1, issue 133, Spring 1975, to No. 4, Issue136, Winter 1975, plus page "Table of Contents" for Volume XXXII. Edited by Peter T. Eisele. 256 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers. Very good. 28 x 21.5.
No. 133: ... New Old Bay Liners, by Jack Shaum. ... No. 133 & 134: Mariposa / Homeric, by William J. Green. No. 135: The end of an Australian Era, by Peter Plowman. ... No. 136: Canadian Pacific's Triangle Service 1904-1974, by W. Kaye Lamb.
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$30

67418
STEAMSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
STEAMBOAT BILL - Volume XXXIII, issues 137, 138, 139 & 140 - 1976

New York. 1976. Steamship Historical Society of America. Volume 33, No. 1, issue 137, Spring 1976, to No. 4, Issue140, Winter 1976, plus Title Page and "Table of Contents" page for Volume XXXIII. Edited by Peter T. Eisele. 256 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers. Very good. 28 x 21.5.
No. 137: ... Pictorial tribute to Union-Castle Line. No. 138: South Steyne - the Ultimate Manly Steamer, by Bruce R.J. Miller. French Line's 110 years on the North Atlantic, by Malcolm Graeme Riddle. No. 139: S.S. Universe - Orient Overseas Line, by Don Persson. No. 140: Cunard Adds a Countess by Peter T. Eisele.
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$30

67419
STEAMSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
STEAMBOAT BILL - Volume XXXIV, issues 141, 142, 143 & 144 - 1977

New York. 1977. Steamship Historical Society of America. Volume 34, No. 1, issue 141, Spring 1977 to No. 4, Issue144, Winter 1977, plus Title Page and "Table of Contents" page for Volume XXXIV. Edited by Peter T. Eisele. 256 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers. Very good. 28 x 21.5.
No. 141: Swedish American Line, 1915-1975, by Allan Jordan. No. 142: Nelly to a Queen - Greek Line, by Peter T. Eisele. No. 143: A voyage on Dwarka (B.I. Line), Kuwait to Karachi, by James L. Shaw. No. 144: Sailing the Rhine with the K-D Line, by Alexander Crosby Brown. ... M.V. Felix Roussel / Arosa Sun, by Michael Von Kirvan-Pichette.
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$30

50750
STEELE, Captain Gordon C.
ELECTRICAL KNOWLEDGE FOR THE MERCHANT NAVY OFFICER

Glasgow. 1950. Brown, Son & Ferguson. 1st Ed. XII, 256 PP with 19 b/w plates and 132 figures, plus 4 folded plates with 4 of the figures. Cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket has a few chips or closed tears, sellotape marks on endpapers. Name of previous owner on front endpaper, o/wise a very good clean copy. 22 x 14.2.
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$15

38562
STEPHEN, Ann (editor)
VISIONS OF A REPUBLIC - The Work of Lucien Henry - Paris * Nouméa * Sydney

Sydney. 2001. Powerhouse Publishing. 1st Ed. 240 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Fp: Dedication plate, 1890. Hard cover, dj. Dedicatory note signed by the editor. Fine. 30.3 x 24. 1863170847
The work of a French-Australian artist, Lucien Henry. Born in France. Member of the 1871 uprising La Commune de Paris. Deported to New Caledonia as a Communard (communist) up to the 1879 amnesty to political deportees. Artist in Australia...
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$40

18240
STERNBERG, Jacques
PORTS EN EAUX-FORTES. Les Ports du Monde Vus par les Graveurs au 19ème Siècle

Paris. 1981. Editions Maritimes & d'Outre-Mer. 1st Ed. 233 PP with b/w etchings throughout the book. Eps: Mappemonde. Pictorial laminated boards. Foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. French text. 28.2 x 21.
Etchings of the harbours of the world, as seen by the 19th Century engravers: Le Havre, London, New York, Melbourne.
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$15

56276
STEWART, A. J.
MERCHANT SHIPS: WORLD BUILT, Vessels of 1000 tons gross and over completed in 1963 - Volume XII

London & New York. 1964. Adlard Coles & John de Graff. 1st Ed., Volume XII, 1964. 176 PP with 1 graph, tables & bw illust. (photos & plans). Fp: Forcados, 8,150 tons d.w. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj (Montreal City). Dust jacket with price clipped. Faint foxing. Near fine. Oblong: 15 x 23.
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$15

21214
STEWART, I. G.
BRITISH TRAMPS and their Peacetime Contribution to World Shipping History

Perth. 1997. Ian Stewart Marine Publications. 1st Ed. VI, 514 PP with over 110 plans & profiles, and 880 b/w photos. Fp: Imperial Valley. Illustrated laminated boards. Few stains (faint) on top of outside edge, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 22. 0646222716
The British tramp ship: background, development, new trends in designs during the late 1950s. British Standard tramps, and Liberty Ship replacements...
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$75

64226
STEWART, W. W.
PRINT - A Warm Favourite "MONOWAI" (2)

Auckland. c. 1970. Weekly News. Reprint of a painting in the "Famous New Zealand Steam and Motor Ships" series by W. W. Stewart, published by the New Zealand Weekly News. Frameable print of the Monowai (2). Near fine. Oblong: 29 x 38.
Built 1925 for the P&0 Line as the RAZNAK. Purchased by Union Steam Ship Co. and renamed Monowai, in 1930... Armed Merchant Cruiser in 1944 ...
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$10

64224
STEWART, W. W.
PRINT - Former "ARAWA"

Auckland. c. 1970. Weekly News. Reprint of a painting in the "Famous New Zealand Steam and Motor Ships" series by W. W. Stewart, published by the New Zealand Weekly News. Frameable print of the 1884 Arawa. Near fine. Oblong: 29 x 38.
Built 1884 for the Shaw Savill Line, their first steam ship ...
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$10

67291
STONE, Christopher
SEA SONGS AND BALLADS

Oxford. 1906. Clarendon Press. 1st Ed., with an introduction by Admiral Sir Cyprian Bridge. XXIV, 188, (2) PP. Soft cloth cover with some soiling and a light crease on rear cover, gilt border and title "Sea Songs - War Songs" on front cover, all outside edges gilt. Stamp/ex-libris of previous owner on front end paper. Occasional foxing. Very good. 17.2 x 11.8.
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$35

32365
TAKAGI, Atsushi (editor)
ILLUSTRATIONS OF JAPANESE FISHING BOATS - 1952

Tokyo. 1952. Fisheries Agency. 1st Ed. (24) PP, plus 10 pages with 40 b/w photos and 310 plans printed on recto only. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine. Covers marked and lightly worn, front endpaper with a tear. Near fine. Text in Japanese and English. Oblong: 26.5 x 37.
Publication celebrating the 5th anniversary of the Fishing Boat Examination by Application of Shipowners. At the time, the Japanese fishing fleets totalled 480,000 ships for 1,230,000 tons. 310 plans for 50 different types of fishing vessels. Examples: 17,000 T whale factory ship Nisshin Maru with 14 plans (4 of them folded). 180 T purse seiner Kompira Maru No. 8 with 9 plans... 5 T small fishing boat of the Fishing Boat Association with 3 plans.
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$350

46267
TALBOT-BOOTH, E. C. & BAKER, Colin E. (editors)
MERCHANT SHIPS - 1959 EDITION

London. 1959. The Journal of Commerce and Shipping Telegraph. 1st Ed. III- XXIV, 475, (6 adv.) PP with 50 figures in Introductory section, over 4000 profile drawings in the Ship Identification section, 434 funnels in the Fleet List section, and pages III to XII & (6) with photos and advertisements. Copy lacking FFEP and leaf I / II. Cloth covers have light wear, gilt title on front and on rubbed and lightly worn spine. Previous owner's stamp on title page, his name on top and fore outside edges, and his stamp on endpapers, title page. Occasional foxing, generally very clean and near fine internally. Oblong: 23 x 29.
Ships with their particulars, shipping lines with fleet list and a most comprehensive index.
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$30

56068
TAYLOR, A. Carey, WINKS, Robin W. & KUGLER, Richard C.
THE OPENING OF THE PACIFIC, Image and Reality - Maritime Monographs and Reports No 2

London. 1971. National Maritime Museum. Foreword by Basil Greenhill. 28 PP, plus 1 map on double page at centerfold. Pictorial soft cover. Note to Honore Forster, Australian Historian (Whaling Specialist) at top of front cover, o/wise near fine. 29.5 x 20.8.
3 papers read at a symposium held at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich on 7th November 1970: Charles de Brosses, the man behind Cook - Getting to know the beau sauvage - The penetration of the Pacific by American whalemen in the 19th century.
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$25

67138
TAYLOR, Geoff
WHALE SHARKS: The Giants of Ningaloo Reef

Sydney. 1994. Angus & Robertson. 1st Ed. Foreword by Dr. Eugenie Clark. 176 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, dj. A few faint foxing spots. Brief note to previous owner on front endpaper. Near fine. 29 x 22. 0207184984
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$20

44286
TAYLOR, Roger C.
THE ELEMENTS OF SEAMANSHIP

Camden, Maine. 1982. International Marine Publishing. 1st Ed. (8), 119 PP with tailpieces and figures, and 5 drawings by Allen Beechel. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Old tape makrs on covers, o/wise fine. 22.2 x 14.5. 0877421536
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$15

61590
TEAHAN, Garry
THE GHOSTS OF HAMELIN BAY

Perth. 2010. Hesperian Press. Edited by Helen Teahan. VII, 85 PP with tables and 46 b/w illustrations (artworks by H. Teahan, facsimile of documents, maps, plans and photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 21. 9780859054881
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$45

34017
TERRAINE, John
BUSINESS IN GREAT WATERS - The U-Boat Wars, 1916-1945

London. 1999. Wordsworth Editions. Paperback edition of the 1989 original, in the Wordsworth Military Library series. XX, 841 PP with 19 maps, plus 28 pages with 58 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Faint foxing. Fine. 21.5 x 13.6. 1840222018
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$15

11429
TERRAINE, John
TRAFALGAR

London. 1976. Sidgwick & Jackson. 1st Ed. 205, (3 index), (1 source) PP with many b/w illustrations (plans, maps, paintings, ..) and 18 colour plates. Half-title page: Facsimile of the London Gazette, Nov. 6, 1805, on the Victory at Trafalgar. Title spread: The Redoutable at Trafalgar. FEP: Map of West Indies and Mediterranean Sea. REP: Position of the combined forces of France and Spain. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket with piece missing at head of sine. Newspaper clippings loosely inserted. Very good. 25.5 x 19. 0283982365
England's war at sea against Napoleon, culminating with his defeat at Trafalgar.
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$15

59197
THEIN, Captain K. M.
ILLUSTRATED CHART OF THE COLLISION RULES

Sevenoaks, Kent. c. 1970. Kandy Publications Ltd. Folded charts with the 31 rules (of the day) illustrated in b/w and colour. Occasional foxing spots. Very good. Poster size: 70 x 52. Folded format: 17.5 x 10.5. 853090602
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$5

35836
THOMAS, Gordon & MORGAN-WITTS, Max
VOYAGE OF THE DAMNED

London. 1994. Dalton Watson Fine Books. 2nd edition of the 1974 original. (4), 287 PP with b/w illust. (facsimile of documents, photos). Hard cover, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Light foxing of outside page edges, o/wise fine. 24 x 21.5. 1854431234
The voyage of 937 Jewish refugees on board the luxury liner Saint Louis of Hamburg-Amerika Line. Hamburg - Cherbourg - Havanna - Antwerp.
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$40

67157
THROWER, W. R.
LIFE AT SEA IN THE AGE OF SAIL

London. 1972. Phillimore & Co. Ltd. 1st Ed. X, 190 PP, plus 24 pages with 33 figures. Hard copver, gilt title on spine, dj. Light foxing on outside edges. Very good. 22.2 x 14.2. 900592257
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$20

67119
THURSFIELD, Rear-Admiral H. G. (editor)
BRASSEY'S NAVAL ANNUAL 1945

London. 1945. William Clowes & Sons. 1st edition, 56th year of publication. (XLV advertisements), VIII, 324, (2), P119 (Pictorial), (8 index) PP with 176 silhouettes, 92 plans and elevations of warships, plus 30 pages with 29 b/w photos. Fp: H.M. Submarine Tantalus. Engraved cloth cover, title in blind on front cover, gilt title on spine. Covers worned arund edges and somewhat soiled. War economy paper, few foxing spots on outside edges. Internally very clean. 24.3 x 15.5.
Published when the War on the European front was over. Naval events of 1944 (landing in Normandy, Sea-Air-Land Power in the Pacific...). Foreign Navies by Francis E. McMurtrie. Strategy and propaganda in German naval thought, by Dr. H. Rosinski...
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$35

67336
TING, Joseph S. P. & NAI-KWAN, Wong
CITY OF VICTORIA - A Selection of the Museum's Historical Photographs

Hong Kong. 1994. Hong Kong Museum of History / Urban Council of Hong Kong. 1st edition with an introduction by Ho Ching Hin. 107 PP with 1 map and over 80 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Text in English and Chinese. Fine. 24 x 24. 9627039314
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$15

32912
TITANIC
TITANIC: The Official Story April 14-15, 1912

New York. 1997. Random House. Illustrated box containing a guide of 16 pages and over 100 pages reproducing 18 documents. Fine. 22.5 x 35 0375501150
Reproductions of eighteen remarkable documents telling the true history of the twentieth century's greatest maritime disaster.
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$20

20002
TYLER, William H.
FLIGHT OF DIAMONDS - The Story of Broome's war and the Carnot Bay diamonds

Perth. 1987. Hesperian Press. 1st Ed. VIII, 126 PP with 2 plans, 3 maps and 78 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Errata slip pasted down inside back cover. Fine. 21.5 x 14. 0859051056
Japanese air raid, 3rd March 1942 on the township of Broome, and the downing of a DC3 carrying diamonds from the Dutch East Indies.
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$20

36749
UPTON, Joe
JOURNEYS THROUGH THE INSIDE PASSAGE - Seafaring Adventures along the Coast of British Columbia and Alaska

Anchorage. 1994. Alaska Northwest Books. 3rd printing of the 1992 original. 189, (3) PP with 7 maps and 33 b/w photos. Pictorial card cover. Near fine. 22.7 x 15.2. 0882403664
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$15

67142
USN
Commissioning of United States Ship SIMON LAKE (AS-33)

Bremerton, Washington State / Washington, D. C.. 1964. Puget Sound Naval Shipyard / Department of the Navy. 1st edition, November 1964. Messages from: The Honourable Paul Nitze, Secretary of the Navy - Admiral David L. McDonald, Chief of Naval Operations - Rear Admiral Eugene B. Fluckey, Commander Submarine Force, US Pacific Fleet. 48 PP with b/w illustrations (1 drawing, 19 photos and 66 portraits). Centrefold program of the Commissioning Ceremonies, 7 November 1964. Pictorial soft cover, staples removed, o/wise near fine. 20.4 x 13.3.
USS Simon Lake (AS-33): A Polaris Submarine Tender.
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$25

31601
VAN SINDEREN, Adrian
A VOYAGE THROUGH THE AZURE SEAS

New York. 1958. Privately printed by Yale University Press. Limited edition to 725 copies. 170, (2) PP with 150 b/w and colour illust., plus large folded map of the Mediterranean Sea in pocket at back of book. Cloth cover, gilt map on front cover, gilt title on spine, plain slipcase. Faint foxing. Near fine. 26 x 17.5..
Voyage covering all the shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
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$20

46174
VERNEY, Major-General G.L.
THE DEVIL'S WIND. The Story of the Naval Brigade at Lucknow, from the letters of Edmund Hope Verney and other papers concerning the Enterprise of the Ship's Company of H.M.S. SHANNON in the Campaign in India 1857-58

London. 1956. Hutchinson. 1st Ed. 176 PP plus 2 folded maps and 8 pages with 12 b/w illustrations. Fp: Captain William Peel, H.M.S. Shannon. FEP: Maps of Indian subcontinent and of the Ganges-Jumma area. Hard cover, gilt badge of the Shannon on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj (rubbed). Occasional foxing. Near fine. 21.8 x 14.5.
The Indian Mutiny Campaign of 1857-58.
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$10

22417
VERNEY, Peter
ANIMALS IN PERIL, Man's War Against Wildlife

Prove, Utah, USA. 1979. Brigham Young University Press. 1st US Ed. 186 PP with bw illust. Title spread: Tiger drive. Eps. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 25.2 x 19.5. 0842517146
The Great Whale hunt...
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$10

66773
VETTER, Richard (editor)
ECONOMIC BENEFITS FROM OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH - A special report of the Committee on Oceanography - No.1228

Washington, D.C. 1964. National Academy of Sciences - National Research Council. Publication No. 1228. Foreword by Milner B. Schaefer. (VIII), 50 PP with 3 tables. Illustrated soft covers. Front cover has some small patches of insect damage and traces of rust, o/wise very good. 24.7 x 17.5.
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$15

62967
WAINE, Charles V.
STEAM COASTERS and Short Sea Traders

London. 1980. Waine Research. 2nd edition of the 1976 original. 157 PP profusely illustrated in b/w & colour (photos, plans, ship lines, ..). Title-page: Asteria. Fp (in colour): "Talacre". FEP: "Alder", "Glenmore", "Spurnpoint" and "Wild Rose". REP: General arrangement-profile of "Sonority" and "Severity'. General arrangement of steel screw steamer No. 690 "Norrix". Hard cover, dj. Dust jacket a little faded and rubbed, o/wise near fine. 30.3 x 21.5. 0905184041
Building & repairing,.. Clyde 'Puffers', Raised Quarter Deck Coasters, Coastal Tankers, Owners and Trades.
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$75

67300
WALKER, Bryce (editor)
THE ARMADA

London. 2004. Caxton Publishing Group / Time-Life Books. 1st Caxton edition of the 1981 original, in The Seafarers series. 176 PP with b/w and colour illust. Title page: Medal struck in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Eps: map of the Channel. Laminated pictorial boards, dj. Fine. 28.7 x 24. 9781844471119
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$15

60968
WANE, Greg
AGROUND IN THE RIP - The Wreck of the SS Time at Port Phillip Heads

Wallington, Vic. 2010. Author / Two Dogs Books - Boutique Publishers. 1st Ed. IX, 10- 96 PP with 1 map and inset, plus 16 pages with 37 b/w photos. Title page: SS Time leaving Melbourne in 1948. Pictorial soft cover. Signed by the author on title page. Fine. 23 x 15.4. 978098066315
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$25

67173
WANE, Greg
WRECKED ON BRUNY ISLAND - Three of Tasmania's finest ships were lost at Adventure Bay in 1909 during two weeks of fierce storms

Wallington, Vic. 2010. Author / Two Dogs Books - Boutique Publishers. 1st Ed. VIII, 9-88 PP with 1 engraving, 1 map, 4 charts, 3 portraits and 20 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Signed by the author on title page. Fine. 23 x 15.4. 978098066322
Wooden ketch "Priscilla" and steamer S.S. "Sea Bird": 12th June 1909. Barque "Natal Queen": 24th June 1909.
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$25

66626
WARD, Captain A. R. (compiler)
THE CHRONICLES OF THE ROYAL THAMES YACHT CLUB

Arundel, West Sussex. 1999. Fernhurst Books. 1st Ed. Foreword by H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh. 270 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. 189866062X
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$30

34831
WARNER, Oliver
FIGHTING SAIL, Three Hundred Years of Warfare at Sea

London. 1979. Cassell. 1st Ed. XIV, 192 PP with b/w & colour illust. throughout. Fp. Eps. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Near fine. 28 x 22.5. 0304300039
Sea warfare from the end of the 15th to the early 19th century.
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$15

19340
WARNER, Oliver
NELSON

London. 1975. Weidenfeld & Nicolson / Book Club Associates. 1st Ed., in the Great Lives series. 231 PP with 100 b/w & 16 colour plates. Fp: Nelson by Leonardo Guzzardi. Eps: The Victory rakes the Spanish at Trafalgar. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Occasional foxing. Very good. 25.5 x 18.
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$15

52106
WARNER, Oliver
NELSON AND THE AGE OF FIGHTING SAIL

London. 1963. Cassell. 1st Ed. No. 3 in the Cassell Caravel Books series, in consultation with Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz. 153 PP with b/w & colour illustratrions. Eps: Painting depicting five ships on which Nelson served. Hard cover, iIlustrated front and back covers. Covers slightly rubbed. Occasional foxing. Prize plate on front endpaper. Very good. 26 x 18.2.
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$10

56979
WARREN, Mark D.
THE CUNARD TURBINE-DRIVEN QUADRUPLE-SCREW ATLANTIC LINER "MAURETANIA" constructed by Messrs. Swan, Hunter, and Wigham Richardson, Limited, Wallsend-on-Tyne

Wellingborough. 1987. Patrick Stephens . Facsimile reprint of 1907 volume from the magazine "Engineering" with additional new material selected by Mark D. Warren. XVI, 56 PP, plus 61 b/w plates 6 of them on double page (interiors, deck-plans, general arrangement, etc..). Fp: The "Mauretania" leaving the Tyne. Hard cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj (price clipped). Fine. Scarce. Large format: 36 x 27. 0850599148
At the time of her maiden voyage in 1907, the Mauretania was the world's largest liner. This facsimile edition was produced to celebrate the 80th anniversary of her maiden voyage and includes 41 additional photos.
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$100

54547
WARREN, Mark D.
THE QUADRUPLE-SCREW TURBINE-DRIVEN CUNARD LINER AQUITANIA, constructed and engined by Messrs. John Brown and Co., Ltd., Sheffield and Clydebank

Wellingborough. 1988. P.S.L. Facsimile reprint of the 1914 volume of the magazine Engineering with additional new material selected by Mark D. Warren. XV, 84 PP plus 34 b/w plates (many double-page) showing interiors, general arrangement, deck plans, etc... Fp: The Aquitania on the Clyde. Hard cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. Foxing spots on front endpaper and half title page, o/wise a near fine copy. 36 x 27. 1852600225
One of the most beautiful liners of all time and the last of the great four-funnelled liners on the North Atlantic.
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$100

46231
WARWICK, Ronald W. & FLAYHART III, William H.
QE2

New York & London. 1985. W.W. Norton. 1st Ed. 176 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Eps: 10 QE2 Deck Plans. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Light shelf wear, dust jacket with a few rubs, o/wise fine. 26 x 22. 0393018857
Background on Cunard Line, and history of the Queen Elizabeth 2: construction, launching, maiden voyage... refitting after her return from the Falklands conflict.
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$20

52744
WATT, Vice-Admiral James, MILTON-THOMPSON, G.J. & DAVIES, D.M.
PROBLEMS OF MEDICINE AT SEA - Maritime Monographs and Reports No. 12

London. 1974. National Maritime Museum. Introduction by Basil Greenhill. 35 PP with 3 tables and 16 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 30.7 x 21.
3 papers read at a 1973 symposium. The burns of sea battle. The changing character of the sailor's diet and its influence on disease. The environment of the nuclear submarine.
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$20

67056
WEBB, Arthur F. (artist)
BRISBANE'S HISTORIC BUILDINGS

Brisbane. 1980. A. F. Webb. Folder containg 9 colour illustrated cards (with mailing envelope) of these historic buildings. 8 painted in 1980, and 1 in 1985. Near fine condition. 22.2 x 16.
8: Custom House - Bellevue Hotel - Newstead House - Wolston House - The Queensland Club - St. Martins Hospital - The Mansions - Tower Hill. 1: Queensland Museum Public Display Galleries (closed 3rd November 1985).
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$25

49690
WENTWORTH-SHEILDS, F. E. & GRAY, W. S.
REINFORCED CONCRETE PILING

London. 1938. Concrete Publications Ltd. 1st Ed., in the Concrete Series. VIII, 126, IX-XVIII PP printed on superior gloddy paper, with over 7 tables and 84 figures (20 b/w photos). Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj (chipped and plastic protected). Faint foxing on outside edges. Presentation plate pasted down on front endpaper. Near fine. 23 x 15.5.
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$20

38865
WHEELER, Keith
THE ROAD TO TOKYO

Alexandria, Virginia. 1979. Time-Life Books. 1st printing, in the World War II series. 208 PP with 6 maps, 1 plan of a plane (in colour), 1 colour painting and 148 b/w photos. Half title page: Invading Iwo Jima. Pictorial boards. Very good. 28.8 x 24.
Iwo Jima. Okinawa...
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$15

66631
WHITE, Joel
WOOD, WATER & LIGHT: Classic Wooden Boats

New York. 1988. W. W. Norton. 2nd printing of the 1988 original. Foreword by Jonathan Wilson, and Introductions by Joel White (author) and Benjamin Mendlowitz (photographer). XII, 178 PP with 24 sketch plans, 24 headpieices in colour and 180 colour photos by Benjamin Mendlowitz. Fp (in colour): Racing Sloop "Gleam". Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 28.7 x 26. 0393033279
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$35

44827
WHITING, Roger
THE ENTERPRISE OF ENGLAND - The Spanish Armada

London. 1988. Alan Sutton. 1st Ed. 248 PP with 97 b/w illustrations (maps, engravings, playing cards). Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 25.2 x 17.5. 0862994764
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$10

48214
WHYMPER, Edward
SCRAMBLES AMONGST THE ALPS IN THE YEARS 1860-69

Amsterdam. 1984. Time-Life Books. Facsimile reprint of the first edition of 1871, in the Classics of Exploration series. XVIII, (2), 432 PP with 90 illustrations in text, plus 5 folded maps (1 in colour) at end of book, and 21 b/w plates. Fp: Fog-bow seen from the Matterhorn. Marbled endpapers. Padded brown leather, lettered and ruled in gilt and red, spine blocked in red between raised bands. All edges gilt. A 2 page publisher's sheet loosely inserted. Fine. 21.7 x 14.5. 705415058
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$20

67190
WILLIAMS, D. L. & DE KERBRECH, R. P.
DAMNED BY DESTINY

Brighton, U.K. 1982. Teredo. 1st Ed. Foreword by Arnold Kludas. XXII, 350 PP, (4 addenda) with over 197 illustrations (29 full-colour). Fp: The 2nd Stockholm after her launch. FEP: 2nd Stockholm as "Sabaubia". REP: Queen Mary, with all works stopped. Hard cover, gilt-decoration on front cover, dj. A near fine copy. Scarce. 25 x 20. 0903662094
The magnificent liners which never sailed past the drawing board of their conception or never went into passenger service.
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$50

63014
WILLIAMS, Mark
SUNKEN TREASURE

London. 1980. Cassell. 1st Ed. (4), 184 PP, plus 16 pages with 31 b/w illustrations. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Faint foxing on top outside edge. Near fine. Scarce. 24 x 16. 0304305022
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$50

35483
WILLIAMSON, Kristin
THE LAST BASTION

Sydney. 1984. Lansdowne. 1st Ed. 264 PP with b/w illust. (cartoons, facsimile of newspapers, photos). Hard cover, dj. Fine. 25.5 x 18.7. 0701818476
We are the last bastion between the Japanese and the west coast of America (Australian Prime Minister John Curtin).
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$10

53995
WILLS, Juliet & van VELZEN, Marianne
THE DIAMOND DAKOTA MYSTERY

Sydney. 2006. Allen & Uwin. 3rd printing. XVIII, 222 PP with 1 location map and 1 map, plus 8 pages with 20 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 21 x 14. 9781741147452
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$15

67235
WILSON, Andrew
OLD SEA DOGS OF TASMANIA

Hobart. 2013. Paul County / Sunny South Publishing. 1st Ed. 240 PP with 1 coloured postcard and b/w photos. Pictorial hard covers, title on front board and spine. Fine. 26.7 x 22. 9780980635508
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$50

38757
WILSON, Gloria
MORE SCOTTISH FISHING CRAFT

London. 1968. Fishing News (Books) Ltd. 1st Ed. 170 PP with 16 b/w photos, plus 3 folded plans. Hard cover, dj. Faint foxing. Bookplate of previous owner on front endpaper. Very good. 22 x 14.
Their work in Great Lining, Small Lining, Seining, Pair Trawling, Drifting, Potting and Trawling.
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$15

41912
WILSON, J. Havelock
MY STORMY VOYAGE THROUGH LIFE - Vol. I

London. 1925. Co-operative Printing Society. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Sir Walter Runciman. (8), 288 PP, plus 21 plates on the 23 called for. Fp: Mr. and Mrs. Wilson with floral tributes. Cloth cover (some edges lightly rubbed), gilt title on front cover and spine. Stamp of previous owner on front endpaper. Lacks plates facing pages 128 (outward bound) and 240 (the sailing ship "Min'y'don). Spine a little shaken and lightly sunned with wear at head and foot. Ageing of paper, o/wise very good. 21.6 x 14.3.
Early years at sea... Formation of the National Union of Seamen... Member of Parliament in 1893.
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$20

51457
WILSON, James
A MISSIONARY VOYAGE to the Southern Pacific Ocean 1796-1798

New York. N.D. c.1968. Frederick A. Praeger. Facsimile reprint of the 1799 original, with an introduction by Irmgard Moschner. XIX*, (XII), C, 420 PP, plus 7 folded maps, and 7 b/w plates (6 folded). Hard cover (simile vellum). Dust jacket has a closed tear on fold of front flap and is plastic protected. Foxing spots on outside edges, o/wise a near fine copy. 22.6 x 16.5.
A missionary voyage to the Southern Pacific Ocean performed in the years 1796, 1797, 1798, in the Ship Duff commanded by Captain James Wilson.
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$50

34555
WINDJAMMERS
TALL SHIPS AND AUSTRALIA DAY

Sydney. 1988. Telecom Australia. 1st Ed. No pagination, 50 PP with 24 colour plates. Pictorial soft cover, spiral bound. Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. Oblong: 28.8 x 30.6.
Pictorial souvenir of the 1988 historic bicentennial visit of tall ships to Australian shores.
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$25

67241
WINFIELD, Rif
BRITISH WARSHIPS IN THE AGE OF SAIL, 1793-1817: Design, Construction, Careers and Fates

London. 2005. Chatham. 1st Ed. XIV, 418 PP with b/w illustrations (line drawings, engravings, paintings, photos of models, plans). Fp: Poster listing the ships of the Royal Navy in 1804. Hard cover, dj. Dust jacket with short closed tear on back, o/wise fine. 29.5 x 25. 1861762461
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$80

67240
WINFIELD, Riff
THE 50-GUN SHIP

London. 2001. Caxton Editions. Reprint of the 1997 original, in the "ShipShape" series. 128 PP with 125 tables, 102 b/w period illustrations (plans, sketches, engravings, photos of models), and 4 pages of plans & cutaway drawings by John Mckay, plus a large folded plan of H.M.S. "Leopard", in rear pocket. Laminated pictorial boards, dj. Fine. 29.5 x 25. 1840673656
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$30

54767
WINKELMANN (Photos by)
VIEWS OF NEW ZEALAND

Auckland. c. 1920. Wildman & Arey. Album with 18 pages with 18 sepia plates by Winkelmann, tipped in and 9 tissue sheets . Soft covers with light shelf wear, front cover with gilt title and a circular photo vignette, ties with tassel. Near fine. Oblong: 22.8 x 28.6..
A scarce item.
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$120

20933
WINTER, Heinrich
DIE KOLUMBUSSCHIFFE VON 1492

Bielefeld. 1980. Verlag Delius, Klasing & Co. 1st Ed. 67 PP with 36 figures and 12 plates. Title page: model of a ship from Catalogna. Fp: Santa Maria. (This copy lacks the 6 folded plans called for on title page). Hard cover, dj (price clipped). Very good. German text. 24.5 x 17.5. 3768802256
The ship used by Columbus in 1492.
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$5

40928
WINTERNITZ, Dr. Judith
AUSTRALIA'S HIDDEN HERITAGE

Canberra. 1990. Office of Multicultural Affairs / AGPS. 1st Ed. XVI, 106 PP with 78 colour photos by John Houldsworth. Stiff cover, dj. Fine. 29.6 x 21. 0644099186
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$15

67209
WM. HOWARD SMITH
COASTAL STEAMSHIP "BARRABOOL"

Colour print (frameable) with name of ship on the front, plus details of "Baarrabool" and her services as a coastal passengers steamship then a Coal Hulk on a loose page. Slight foxing/soiling (sellotape mark at top). Near fine. Oblong: 20.8 x 33.5.
Iron Steamship with auxilliary sails, built 1874 at Newcastle-on-Tyne by Palmers & Co. Sailing with Wm Howard Smith between 1874 and 1950.
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$20

67210
YAKATABUNE
YAKATA-BUNE / House-Boat

Brisbane. 1988. Japan Pavilion / World Expo 88. 1st Ed. No pagination, 9 PP (recto only) with b/w illustrations (photocopy quality): 1 plan, 1 cut away, 1 newspaper clipping, 4 woodblock prints. Soft cover, clear plastic front, spiral bound. Near fine. 29.8 x 21.
Wooden "House Boats", built on the embankments of the Sumida river, Edo / Tokyo.
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$15

15747
YARROW, Stephen
WE DISCOVERED AN ISLAND

Perth. 1980. Regency Publications. 1st Ed. 180 PP with b/w illust. (paintings, drawings & charts). Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 21.2 x 14.4. 0959496912
Australia's discovery & maritime exploration. Names of 1500 coastal features and the reasons/origins of their names.
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$15

66216
YOUNG, John M. (Editor)
SHIPPING Today and Yesterday, No. 59 to No. 70 - 1995

St Leonards on Sea, Sussex, UK. 1995. HPC Publishing. Issues Nos. 59 (January 1995) to 70 (December 1995) + Index. 12 issues for 528 PP with b/w and colour illustrations, plus the 4 page "1995 Index". Pictorial soft cover. Each issue with 2 punch holes for ring binder close to the spine. Fine set. 29.8 x 21.
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$25

66217
YOUNG, John M. (Editor)
SHIPPING Today and Yesterday, No. 71 to No. 82 - 1996

St Leonards on Sea, Sussex, UK. 1996. HPC Publishing. Issues Nos. 71 (January 1996) to 82 (December 1996) + Index. 12 issues for 528 PP with b/w and colour illustrations, plus the 4 page "1996 Index". Pictorial soft cover. Each issue with 2 punch holes for ring binder close to the spine. Fine set. 29.8 x 21.
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$25

66218
YOUNG, John M. (Editor)
SHIPPING Today and Yesterday, No. 83 to No. 94 - 1997

St Leonards on Sea, Sussex, UK. 1997. HPC Publishing. Issues Nos. 83 (January 1997) to 94 (December 1997). 12 issues for 536 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Each issue with 2 punch holes for ring binder close to the spine. Fine set. 29.8 x 21.
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$20