53298
AAMH
THE GREAT CIRCLE: Journal of the Australian Association for Maritime History - Volume 22, Nos. 1 & 2, 2000

Perth. 2000. The Australian Association for Maritime History. Edited by Kenneth McPHERSON. No. 1: 56 PP with 1 b/w photo. No. 2: 72 PP with 1 graph and 5 tables. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 24 x 16.3.
No. 1: Heirlooms and Tea Towels: views of ships' gender in the modern maritime museum, by Jeffrey Mellefont. The last voyage of the Macdhui, 6-18 June 1942, by Francis Ravel Harvey. No. 2: American Whalers and the Western Australian colonies 1826-1888, by Martin Gibbs. Australia's Naval coaling battalion 1916-17, by Richard Morris.
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$20

65255
ACERRA, Martine & MEYER, Jean
LA GRANDE EPOQUE DE LA MARINE A VOILE

Rennes. 1987. Editions Ouest-France. 1st Ed. in "De Memoire d'homme: l'histoire" series. 215, (7) PP with 4 tables and 51 b/w illustrations. Pictorial card cover. Covers lightly rubbed and sunned. Name of previous owner on front endpaper and title page. French text. Occasional foxing. Very good. 23 x 15.5. 273730038X
The glorious era of the French Sailing Navy. The ships, the shipyards, the manning... War at sea. Trading voyages. Scientific exploration.
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$10

37525
ALLCOT, John
JOHN ALLCOT: MARINE ARTIST

Sydney. 1978. Copperfield. Limited edition of 500 copies. This copy is No.64 and is signed by Rodney Allcot (his son). (8), XIII, 160PP, with 40 full-page colour plates tipped in and protected with tissue guards, followed by XX PP containing a glossary and b/w illustrations. Original full blue calf, gilt engraved front cover. Contained in a blue cloth slipcase with a gilt device on front board. Gilt on spine is almost completely faded. A little light foxing, o/wise a near fine copy of this collectable item. Large book: 50cm x 38cm.
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$700

16784
ALLEN, Kenneth
SAILORS IN BATTLE

London. 1966. Odhams. 1st Ed. 160 PP with 28 b/w illustrations by Martha Hart. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Light foxing on outside edges, o/wise near fine. 21.5 x 14.
Twenty-four centuries of war at sea: from the Battle of Salamis in 480 BC to the Battle of Matapan in 1941.
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$10

67832
AMATEUR YACHT RESEARCH SOCIETY
RUDDER DESIGN FOR SAILING CRAFT

London. c. 1974. Amateur Yacht Research Society. 1st Ed., publication No. 79 of A.Y.R.S. 80 PP with b/w illustrations (plans photos and sketches). Pictorial card covers a little rubbed/worn around edges, o/wise a very good copy. 21 x 14.
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$15

58941
AMATEUR YACHT RESEARCH SOCIETY
SOLO CRUISING - AYRS Publication No.53

London. 1965. Amateur Yacht Research Society. 1st ed. 87, (3) PP with b/w figures. Illustrated soft cover. Foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. 21.5 x 14.2.
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$10

35251
ANDERSEN, Hakon With & COLLETT, John Peter
ANCHOR AND BALANCE - Det Norske Veritas 1864-1989

Oslo. 1989. J. W. Cappelens Forlag A.S. 1st English edition. 491 PP with 29 graphs, b/w and colour photos. Fp (in colour): shipwrecked on the coast. Cloth cover, crest of Norske Veritas in blind on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Short note with signatures on front endpaper. Near fine. 26.5 x 19.7. 8202117690
125 years history of this Ship's Classification Society.
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$70

63998
ANDERSON, Roy
WHITE STAR

London. 1964. T. Stephenson & Sons. 1st Ed. XII, 236 PP with 7 tail-pieces (by J.H. Isherwood) and 2 head-pieces, plus 32 pages with 58 b/w photos. Fp: Folded colour plate of the 60,000 ton Oceanic (by J.H. Isherwood). Cloth cover, dj (price cut out). Dust jacket lightly rubbed, short tears and with an old watermark on the inside of dj. Offsetting on endpapers and occasional foxing. Otherwise near fine internally. 22.2 x 14.6.
Full story of the White Star Line and Fleet List of their sailing ships, steam & motor ships (P.185 to 218).
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$50

45307
ATTENBOROUGH, David
THE FIRST EDEN - The Mediterranean World and Man

Boston. 1978. Little, Brown and Company. 1st US edition. 240 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Fp: Barbary Macaques in the cedar forest of Morocco. Eps: Map of the Mediterranean World. Hard cover, dj (chipped). Near fine. 25.6 x 20.5. 0316057509
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$10

67969
AUSTIN, Ted
AUSTIN BUILT BOATS

Brisbane. 1949. Ted Austin Boat Builder. 3 folds flyer with 5 b/w photos. Flyer with creases and rubbed patches at folds. Very good. 23 x 14.5.
16 Ft "Sea Nymph" de luxe ...
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$10

68085
AUSTRALIAN SHIPPING
Task Force on the AUSTRALIAN SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY - REPORT - January 1984

Canberra. 1984. A.G.P.S. / Department of Transport. January 1984 edition. V, 64 PP with tables. Pictorial card cover. Stamp of the Devonport Maritime Museum on bottom of title-page. Very good. 25 x 17.5. 0644031743
Data as at 30 June 1982. Trading Vessels... Trades... Passenger ferries... Ships imported & ships constructed. Dry docks and patent slipways.
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$10

67880
AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL
WARTIME - Official Magazine of the Australian War Memorial - Issue 77

Canberra. 2017. Australian War Memorial. Issue No. 77, 2017. Edited by Andrew McDonald. 72 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 21.
Issue No. 77: Axis Ascendant. Blitzkrieg, by James Holland. Operation Barbarossa, by David Stahel. Pearl Harbor: 75 years on, by Jonathan Parshall. Malayan Campaign and fall of Singapore. ... Proposed Invasion of Australia by Japanese war planners.
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$10

68197
A. B. S.
AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPING - One Hundredth Anniversary 1862 - 1962

New York. 1962. The American Bureau of Shipping. 1st Ed. (10), 132, (2) PP with tables, 36 illustrated head pieces duo-tone) and 27 b/w illustrations (1 art work of "N.S. Savannah", 11 portraits and 17photos), plus 2 plates (Certificate for an approved Shipmaster & Certificate of Classification for hull). Fp: American Bureau of Shipping Building, New York City. Illustrated endpapers. Cloth cover, gilt device and title on front board and spine. Stamps and markings of the "Dept. of Shipping & Transport Library", Canberra on half title page, top corner of pages 55, 65, 93 and rear endpaper (with envelope for loan card). Contents in near fine condition (unread copy). 26 x 20.
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$30

67958
BATE, Frank R.M.
SAMUEL BATE, Singular Character 1776 - 1849 - The Life of a Turbulent Pioneer

Sydney. 1987. Brookdale Press. 1st Ed. 200 PP, plus 16 pages with 22 b/w illustrations. Eps: plan of Sydney, 1842. Hard cover, dust jacket a little rubbed, o/wise near fine. 22 x 14.5. 0958785104
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$30

48843
BEACH, Commander Edward L.
SUBMARINE!

London. 1953. William Heinemann. 1st UK edition, with a foreword by Vice-Admiral Charles A. Lockwood. (14), 274 PP. Cloth cover, dj price clipped). Repaired tear at head of spine of dust jacket. Occasional foxing. Very good.. 20 x 13.5.
The USS "Trigger" and other US submarines (Tang, Wahoo, Sea-wolf...) during the Pacific War.
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$10

37712
BEAVER, Paul
THE BRITISH AIRCRAFT CARRIER

Wellingborough, UK. 1984. Patrick Stephens. Second edition of the 1982 original. 240 PP with 3 drawings and 159 b/w illustrations. Title spread: A Firefly landing on the Canadian carrier Magnificent. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price-clipped). Near fine. 24 x 16. 0850597226
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$15

34228
BELL, Douglas
SEAMEN OF BRITAIN

London. 1943. Thomas Nelson and Sons. 1st Ed. VII, 8-288 PP, plus 8 b/w plates. Fp: Admiral Lord Nelson. Cloth cover, dj. War economy paper, foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. 22.2 x 15.
Accounts of British Seamen from the days of Chaucer's Shipman of Dartmouth to the men who boarded the Altmark in 1940.
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$10

65890
BELL, Les & HEMING SHADBOLT, Gillian
NEW GUINEA ENGINEER: The Memoirs of Les Bell M.B.E. (Mil) - Silent Keys: VK4LZ

Sydney. 2002. Rosenberg Publishing. 1st Ed. 271 PP with 1 map, plus 24 pages with 46 b/w photos. Fp: map of Papua New Guinea and Cape York Peninsula. Pictorial soft cover. Title page with dedicatory note to previous owner signed by Gillian Heming Shadbolt. Near fine. 23 x 15.3. 1877058076
Startling stories of peace and war in Queensland, Papua, New Guinea, New Britain, New Ireland and the Squally Islands; as told to Gillian Heming Shadbolt by wartime RAAF Flying Officer Les Bell MBE (Mil) - Silent Keys: VK4LZ.
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$40

67943
BERARD, Pierre, BRU, Henri ... (editor)
JEAN-FRANCOIS DE GALAUP DE LAPEROUSE, au Musée Lapérouse - Albi

Albi. c. 2000. Association Lapérouse Albi - France 1st Ed. Preface by the Mayor of Albi. Heritage of Dr. Pierre Amalric, by Pierre Bérard. 88 PP with 16 colour and 78 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. French text. Fine. 22 x 15.
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$20

65485
BLIGH, Captain William
THE LOG OF H.M.S. PROVIDENCE 1791-1793

London. 1976. Genesis Publications Limited. Edition limited to 500 numbered copies (No. 91/500). Preface by Admiral of the Fleet The Earl Mountbatten of Burma. Introduction by Stephen Walters. (4 blank), 951, (5 blank) PP with b/w illustrations: 2 draughts of H.M.S. Providence, 12 plates (5 on the Breadfruit tree) and 3 drawings, plus 6 maps (5 of them folded). Pages 181 to 949: The Log in facsimile. Fp (in colour with tissue guard): Breadfruit plant by Sydney Parkinson. Half bound, green buckram, spine with 5 raised bands, gilt title and 4 gilt decorations, gilt decoration (Breadfruit) on front board, all edges sprinkled. Contained in a green cloth slipcase with label. Slipcase repaired on the bottom side and lightly speckled. Very faint foxing. Otherwise a near fine copy. Scarce. Format: 35 x 23 and slipcase 36 x 23.5. 0904351017
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$550

67846
BLORE, Trevor
ESCAPE TO HILIFE - A Gourmet Goes to Sea

London. 1964. Jarrolds. 1st Ed. 160 PP, plus 16 pages with 19 b/w photos. Cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket with repaired chips and price clipped, o/wise a very good clean copy. 21.5 x 14.2.
Life at sea for the crew & passengers on the run between England & South Africa, the ports of call...
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$25

67853
BOATBUILDING
BUILD A BOAT FOR PLEASURE OR PROFIT

Chicago. 1941. Popular Mechanics Company. 1st Ed. 192 PP with plans, sketches and b/w photos. Illustrated cloth cover, title on front board and spine. dj. Dust jacket with repaired tears. Newsagency stamp on front endpaper, o/wise internally very clean and bright. 24.2 x 16.7.
Hints and tips on how to build a boat: rowboats, canoe, power and sail craft, plywood outboard, inboard runabout, cabin cruiser...
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$25

67432
BONINGTON, Chris
QUEST FOR ADVENTURE

London. 1981. Hodder and Stoughton. 1st Ed. 448 PP with b/w and colour illustrations (maps, plans and photos). Cloth cover, dj (price clipped). Faint foxing. Very good. 28.2 x 22.2. 0340255994
21 Adventures - Oceans: Kon Tiki / Thor Heyerdahl. Gipsy Moth / Francis Chichester. Ice Bird / David Lewis. ... Desert. Rivers. Mountains. Poles ... Air.
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$10

18415
BOWEN, E. G.
BRITAIN AND THE WESTERN SEAWAYS

London. 1972. Thames & Hudson. 1st Ed. 196 PP with 61 photos, 17 line draw., 27 maps & 1 table in text. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Covers lightly marked. Few foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. 21 x 15.7. 0500020760
The Atlantic Ocean and connected waterways which played an important role in the prehistory and early history of Western Europe.
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$5

67862
BRIOT, Claude et Jacqueline, PRONER, Raymond et Véronique, LE BREÜS, Alain ...
LE TACITE - Un Trois-mâts pour Nouméa en 1873

Nouméa. 2017. Fortunes de Mer Calédoniennes. 1st Ed. Preface by Elisabeth Veyrat. Foreword and afterword by Philippe Houdret. 104 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Laminated pictorial boards. French text. New. 27.5 x 21.8. 9782955807804
Windjammer: Sailed from Bordeaux on 30 May 1873 and wrecked on 10 October 1873, on arrival off Nouméa, New Caledonia.
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$75

67541
BROWN, Anthony J.
ILL-STARRED CAPTAINS - FLINDERS AND BAUDIN

Adelaide. 2000. Crawford House. 1st Australian edition. Foreword by Tim Flannery. XX, 512 PP with 1 sketch, 3 maps, 3 plans and 9 charts, plus 28 pages with 22 b/w and 35 colour illustrations. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Ageing of paper and foxing on outside edges. Very good. 23.6 x 16. 1863331921
Australian exploration seen through two very different expeditions.
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$25

48240
BROWN, David
CARRIER OPERATIONS IN WORLD WAR II, Volume 1: The Royal Navy

London. 1974. Ian Allan. 2nd edition (completely reset) of the 1968 original. 160 PP, plus 64 pages with 136 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Near fine. 23.5 x 15.5. 0711005125
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$20

67957
BROWN, Ross
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CRUISING - A Yachting Guide

Fremantle. 1997. Fremantle Sailing Club, Cruising Section. 1st Ed. (2), 166 PP with b/w illustrations (5 photos, 5 location maps and 127 sketch maps or plans). Pictorial soft cover. Note to previous owner at top of title page, o/wise a fine copy. 29.7 x 21.
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$50

16849
BROWNE, Douglas G.
THE FLOATING BULWARK - The Story of the Fighting Ship: 1514-1942

London. 1963. Cassell. 1st Ed. XIV, 274 PP plus 24 pages with 26 bw illust. Fp: The Burghley Nef, model of a three-masted French ship, 1482. Cloth cover, dj (price clipped). Faint foxing. Near fine. 22.2 x 14,2.
The development of fighting ships, from the building of the Henry Grace à Dieu at Woolwich in 1514, to the eclipse of the capital ship with the Battle of Midway in 1942.
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$20

68075
BULLEN, Frank T.
THE LOG OF A SEA-WAIF, Being Recollections of the First Four Years of My Sea Life

London. 1910. Smith Elder & Co. 7th edition of the 1899 original. XII, 350, (6 publications) PP. Fp: "It is a bleak, gloomy day". Cloth cover, decorated front and spine, title in blind on front cover and gilt on spine. Stamp of "The Tasmanian Maritime and Folk Museum" on front endpaper. A very good copy. 17.5 x 12.
Voyages to Guyana, Cuba... on board the "Pharos" to Melbourne. Colonial coasting on the "Wonga Wonga".
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$15

18521
CASSON, Lionel
THE ANCIENT MARINERS, Seafarers and Sea Fighters of the Mediterranean in Ancient Times

London. 1959. Victor Gollancz. 1st Ed. XX, (2), 286 PP with 6 figures & 2 maps in text plus 16 plates with 43 b/w illust. FEP: The Mediterranean & Black Seas. REP: The Near & Far East. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Foxing on outside edges, both endpapers and inside dust jacket. Very good. 22.2 x 15.
From the dim beginnings of sea conquest to the great maritime empires of antiquity: Egyptian, Cretian, Mycenian & Grecian, Phoenician.
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$10

39750
CAYLEY, Frank
BENEATH THE SOUTHERN CROSS, The Story of Australia Through Flags

Sydney. 1980. Reed. Revised edition of the 1966 original "Flag of Stars". 128 PP with 55 b/w illust. in text, plus 4 pages with 32 colour flags and badges. Eps: Dutch vessels at anchor, Blackman Bay, Forestier Peninsula, Southwest Tasmania. Hard cover, dj (a little rubbed with a small closed tear). Spine of dust jacket lightly sunned. An otherwise near fine copy. Oblong: 13.4 x 18.7. 0589502123
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$20

66524
CHAPELLE, Howard I.
AMERICAN SAILING CRAFT

New York. c. 1975. Bonanza Books. Bonanza reprint (A) of the 1936 original. XIV, 240 PP with 3 sketchees, 16 drawings by Charles G. Davis and 72 figures (plans and line drawings). Fp: Pinky "True Love" of Gloucester, 1815-1840. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Near fine. 23.4 x 16. 0517170531
New Haven Sharpie. Skipjack. Cape Cod Catboat. Gloucester Schooner... American Pilot Boats.
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$25

67975
CHARLWOOD, Don
WRECKS AND REPUTATIONS, The Loss of the Schomberg and Loch Ard

Melbourne. 2000. Burgewood Books. Reprint of the 2nd edition of 1988 (original of 1977). XIV, 194 PP with 2 maps, 2 plans (rig & sail), plus 8 pages with 20 b/w illustrations. Pictorial card cover. Signed by the author on title page. Near fine. 19 x 13. 0646280066
The end of two tall ships on the South-west coast of Victoria in 1855 and 1878.
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$20

35206
CHATTERTON, E. Keble
BATTLES BY SEA

London. 1975. EP Publishing. Republication of the 1925 original. XV, 271 PP with 1 map, and 1 battle plan, plus 32 b/w plates. Fp: H.M.S. Invincible. Hard cover, simile velum, dj (price clipped). Occasional foxing. Near fine. 22.2 x 14.5. 0715810774
Battles of the Galley period, the Sailing-Ship period, and the age of Steam.
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$10

34819
CHATTERTON, E. Keble
THE ROMANCE OF THE SHIP - The story of her origin and evolution

London. 1911. Seeley and Co. 1st Ed., in The Library of Romance series. XVI, 17-314, (20 Adv.) PP, plus 33 b/w plates. Fp: From Sail to Steam, H.M.S. Minotaur. Decorated cloth cover with gilt devices on front and spine. Top of spine with a tiny piece missing (repaired), bottom of spine worn, hinge of back cover starting. Foxing spots on outside edges. Still an excellent copy of a scarce title. 20.3 x 14.
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$45

21246
CHISHOLM, Jocelyn
CAPTAIN CATTLIN TOWARDS NEW ZEALAND

Wellington. 1994. Author. 1st Ed. 96 PP with b/w illustrations (3 maps, facsimile, paintings). Title-page: Facsimile of Journal of a Voyage...1827. Eps: Map of South West Pacific. Pictorial soft cover. Faint foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.5. 0959759719
Trading between Australia & New Zealand. Whaling off Kermadec, Tonga, Solomons... between 1827 & 1837.
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$15

68107
CLARKE, D. H.
THE LURE OF THE SEA

London. 1970. Adlard Coles. 1st Ed. 157 PP with drawings by Keith Brown, plus 12 pages with 21 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj. Note on front endpaper. Neat stamp of "The Tasmanian Maritime and Folk Museum" on title page. Light foxing, otherwise very good. 22.2 x 14.2. 229974813
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$10

57355
CLASSIC BOAT
CLASSIC BOAT - 1989, No. 17 - October 1989

Falmouth. 1989. Classic Boat / Burleigh Magazines. 128 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Original pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.5 x 22.5.
Rebuilding Endeavour (British J-Class), by Paul Wester. The Yoles and Gommiers of Martinique, by Tom Cunliffe. Lusitanian Hearts of Oak (boatyard of Vila do Conde, Portugal), by Steve Kane.
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$10

42954
CLEGG, W. Paul
SHIPS ANNUAL 1967

London. 1966. Ian Allan. 1st Ed. 96 PP with ship's profiles, 1 plan, 2 maps and 104 b/w photos. Laminated pictorial boards. Fine. 24.7 x 18.6.
Hydrofoils and Hovercrafts, by Dr. Donald Anderson... British Peacetime Troopships, by Bert Moody... The Eclipse of the Battleship, by Leslie Streater...
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$10

64911
COCKER, M. P.
MINE WARFARE VESSELS OF THE ROYAL NAVY 1908 TO DATE

London. 1993. Airlife Publishing Ltd 1st Ed. 223 PP with tables and b/w illustrations (8 of mines, 11 sketch plans; and 125 photos). Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 22 x 14.5. 1853103284
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$25

47504
COCKETT, F. B.
PETER MONAMY 1681-1749 And His Circle

London. 2000. Antique Collectors' Club. 1st Ed. 119 PP with 2 b/w drawings, 6 colour paintings, 10 flags in colour, 37 b/w plates and 58 colour plates. Fp (in colour): Monamy, the painter exhibiting a sea piece, by William Hogarth. FEP: Calm estuary scene. REP: The capture of Porto Bello. Hard cover, gilt title on front cover and spine., dj. Fine. 28 x 21.6. 1851493395
Isaac Sailmaker, Adrian van Diest, Lorenzo A. Castro...
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$20

67873
COLES, Adlard
NORTH ATLANTIC, Boat against Boat over 3,000 miles

Southampton / London. 1951. Robert Ross / George G. Harrap. 2nd edition of the 1950 original. VIII, 9-192 PP with 9 b/w illust. (maps, plans) and 21 b/w photos, plus 8 colour plates. Fp: Samuel Pepys being loaded. Eps: Map with tracks of Cohoe, Samuel Pepys & Mokoa in Transatlantic Race 1950. Cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket with chips and small pieces missing and plastic protected. Light foxing. A near fine copy. 22.2 x 14.5.
The 1950 Transatlantic race between Bermuda and Plymouth.
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$20

62585
COLES, Adlard & DUFF, Peter
MERCHANT SHIPS: WORLD BUILT, Vessels of 1000 tons gross and over completed in 1962 - Volume XI

London & New York. 1963. Adlard Coles & John de Graff. 1st Ed. Volume XI, 1963, introduced by Peter Duff. 184 PP with tables & bw illust. (photos & plans). Fp: "Savannah", the world's first nuclear-powered cargo/passenger vessel. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, chipped dj (price clipped and a little rubbed). Near fine copy. Oblong: 15 x 22.5.
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$30

39140
COOK, Graeme
NONE BUT THE VALIANT - Stories of War at Sea

London. 1972. Rupert Hart-Davis. 1st Ed. 154 PP, plus 16 pages with 1 painting and 26 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Small felt mark at top of front endpaper, o/wise near fine. 22.2 x 13.7. 0246105399
Submarine Patrol. U-Boat Attack... Raider at Large... Raid on St Nazaire...
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$10

30018
COPPINGER, R.W.
CRUISE OF THE ALERT, Four Years in Patagonian, Polynesian, and Mascarene Waters. (1878-82.)

New York. 1884. R. Worthington. 2nd Ed. XV, 256 PP plus 17 full-page woodcut illustrations from photographs by F. North, R.N., and from Sketches by the Author. Fp: HMS Alert at anchor in Tom Bay, West Coast of Patagonia. Rebound copy, retaining original gilt-engraved and decorated cloth cover and spine. All edges gilt. Bookplate on FEP. Corners a little worn, o/wise an excellent copy with only occasional light foxing. 26 x 18.5.
The voyage of a naturalist/zoologist on board the HMS Alert. Four years in the waters of Patagonia, Polynesia, Great Barrier Reef and the Seychelles.
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$300

49104
CORBETT, Julian S. (editor)
SIGNALS AND INSTRUCTIONS 1776-1794, with addenda to Vol. XXIX

London. 1908. Navy Records Society. 1st Ed. Publication of the Navy Records Society, Volume XXXV. XVI, 404, (4 publications) PP. Original navy blue & cream buckram cover, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine. Covers lightly soiled. Pages uncut. Ageing of paper on outside edges, foxing spots on outside edges and on first and last leaves. Overall, a near fine copy. 24.2 x 15.5.
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$50

38576
COTTON, Sir Evan & FAWCETT, Sir Charles
EAST INDIAMEN - The East India Company's Maritime Service

London. 1949. Batchworth Press. 1st Ed. 218 PP, plus 14 pages with 11 b/w plates. Fp: The Company's and other flags flown in Eastern waters (in colour). Cloth cover with small remnants of tape on spine. Stamps of the University of Tasmania on front and rear endpapers and title-pages. A few very small dog-ears, otherwise contents are near fine. 22.2 x 14.2.
The merchantmen fleet of the Honourable East India Company. The men and their ships, life on board, the Indiaman's sailors, the Company's flag, the voyages, some of the fights against the Dutch, the French and pirates.
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$20

19549
CRABTREE, Reginald
ROYAL YACHTS OF EUROPE, From the Seventeenth to Twentieth Century

London. 1975. David & Charles. 1st Ed. 96 PP with 52 b/w illust. (photos, engravings). Hard cover, dj. Light foxing, o/wise very good. 24.5 x 19. 0715367544
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$15

48668
CRAIG, Robert (editor)
MARITIME HISTORY - Volume 3

Newton Abbot, UK. 1973. David & Charles. Volume 3, No. 1, April 1973 and No. 2, September 1973. No. 1: 120 PP with 1 map, 4 graphs, 4 facsimile of posters, 4 tables and 8 b/w plates. No. 2: 121-236 PP with 1 facsimile of document and 10 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Covers of issue 1 rubbed and with creases. Very good. 21 x 14.7.
No. 1: Bergen, a Norwegian seafaring town, by Atle Thowsen. The Royal Mail Steam Packet Company and the development of Steamship links with Latin America, by Robert G. Greenhill... No. 2: Sea and Land mail in the former Netherlands East Indies, by R E J Weber. Round the world in 258 days: the voyage of the Bristol ship "Try", by Alison Grant.
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$10

32056
CRANE, Jonathan
SUBMARINE

London. 1985. British Broadcasting Corporation. Reprint of the 1984 original. 208 PP with 87 b/w illustrations and 40 colour photos. Fp: HMS Resolution. Half title page: USS Pickerelbursts from the deep. Hard cover, dj. Occasional foxing, o/wise fine. 23.5 x 16. 0563203269
First part: Development, the two world wars... Nuclear submarine. Second part: On patrol on board the nuclear-powered hunter-killer submarine Warspite.
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$15

68064
CRITCHLEY, Mike
BRITISH WARSHIPS & AUXILIARIES (1984/5 edition)

Liskeard, Cornwall, UK. 1983. Maritime Books. 1st Ed. 112 PP with tables, silhouettes, 12 colour & 93 b/w photos. Title page: RFA Blue Rover. Pictorial soft cover. Outside edges lightly soiled. Very good. 21 x 14.8. 0907771092
Royal Navy, Royal Fleet Auxiliary, Royal Maritime Auxiliary Service, Army Vessels and Fleet Air Arm.
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$10

62150
CROOKE, Ray
AN EPISTLE FROM OBEREA with decorations by Ray Crooke

Ferntree Gully, Victoria. 1955. The Rams Skull Press. Edition limited to 250 numbered copies. 5th edition based on 4th edition of 1774 "An Epistle from Oberea, Queen of Otaheite, to Joseph Banks, Esquire". 21 PP, (1 colophon), with 7 decorations by Ray Crooke. Cloth cover, tapa design. Copy No. 28/250, hand numbered and signed by Ray Crooke, on the colophon "Here ends the Epistle". Fine. 29 x 20.5.
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$450

33693
CUMES, J. W. C.
THEIR CHASTITY WAS NOT TOO RIGID - Leisure Times in Early Australia

Melbourne / Sydney. 1979. Longman Cheshire / Reed. 1st Ed. XI, 378 PP with 2 drawings and 51 figures. Fp: Cricket at Melbourne, 1841 (in colour). Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 24 x 16. 0582714567
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$15

67973
CUMPSTON, J. S.
THE FURNEAUX GROUP, BASS STRAIT, First Visitors 1797-1810

Canberra. 1972. Roebuck. 1st Ed. Publication No. 5, Roebuck Society. IV, 35 PP with 3 maps, plus 4 pages with 3 b/w photos & 1 chart on double page. Soft cover. Near fine. 25 x 17.5. 0950085855
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$10

68047
CUMPSTON, J. S.
KANGAROO ISLAND 1800-1836

Canberra. 1986. Roebuck. 3rd Ed. Roebuck Society Publication No. 1. X, 218 PP, plus 36 pages with b/w illustrations (8 maps, 65 photos). FEP: Chart (part of Kangaroo Is.). REP: Kangaroo Is. Pictorial hard cover, dj. A few small chips to the dust jacket, o/wise near fine. 24.2 x 17.3. 0909434026
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$15

67978
CUMPSTON, J. S.
MACQUARIE ISLAND

Canberra. 1968. Antarctic Division/Department of External Affairs. 1st Ed. Publication No. 93, ANARE Scientific Reports, series A (1) Narrative. XII, 380 PP with 4 tail pieces and 6 maps, plus 34 pages with 70 b/w photos. Fp: North end of Macquarie Island. FEP: Chart & plans of anchorages at Macquarie Is. REP: Bird life at the Macquarie Is. Green cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Small mark/remnants of sellotape on spine. Verso of the FFEP with dedicatory note to the Nantucket Atheneum Library dated 14 October 1970 and signed by the Author. Discreet stamp of The Nantucket Atheneum on front endpaper and at lower part of title page and on top of Chapter 1 page. An otherwise near fine copy. Scarce. 25.7 x 18.5.
Discovery and story of the ships which visited the island and of the men who manned them. Research expeditions.
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$200

67834
DANIELS, Kay
CONVICT WOMEN

Sydney. 1998. Allen & Unwin. 1st edition. XI, 276 PP, plus 8 pages with 1 facsimile of letter and 9 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 21.5 x 14. 1864486775
Experiences of Australia's convict women.
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$25

68101
DARWIN, Charles
THE VOYAGE OF THE BEAGLE

New York. 1937. P.F. Collier & Son Corporation. 1st "Registered Edition" in the "Harvard Classics" series. (4), 524 PP with 2 maps and 11 illustrations. Fp: Amblyrhynchus Demarlii, a species of Lizard found on the Galapagos Archipelago. Hard cover, simile leather, gilt decoration on front cover, gilt title and "Deluxe Edition" on spine. Slight ageing of paper. Front hinge lightly rubbed. Very good. 21.8 x 14.2.
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$15

12129
DAVID, Andrew
THE CHARTS & COASTAL VIEWS OF CAPTAIN COOK'S VOYAGES - Volume II: The Voyage of the Resolution and Adventure 1772-1775

London. 1992. Hakluyt Society. 1st Ed. No. 44 in the Hakluyt Society Extra series. C, 332 PP with 40 plates (23 in colour) in the Introduction plus over 270 charts & coastal views. Fp: Colour Portrait of Captain James Cook by Nathaniel Dance. Hard cover, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 44.5 x 29. 090418031X
The Introduction to this volume contains a synopsis of the second voyage of Cook relating his surveying and oceanographic activities. The main part contains a full descriptive catalogue of all the charts and coastal views produced on board the HMS Resolution & Adventure.
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$350

68193
DAVIS, Ralph
THE RISE OF THE ENGLISH SHIPPING INDUSTRY, In the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

Newton Abbot. 1972. David & Charles. 2nd impression of the 1962 original. Reprint of the 1914 original, with an introduction by Professor Ralph Davis. XII, 427 PP with tables, plus 8 pages with 8 b/w illustrations. Hard cover, dj (price clipped). Stamps of the "University of Tasmania" / "Australia Maritime College" on endpapers, title page and lower corner of plate facing page 404, o/wise contents near fine. 22 x 14. 0715354620
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$20

68081
DE-LA-NOY, Michael
SCOTT OF THE ANTARCTIC

Stroud, UK. 1997. Sutton Publishing. 1st edition in "Pocket Biographies" series. 112 PP, plus 8 pages with 14 b/w photos. Fine. 19.8 x 12.8. 9780750915120
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$10

67560
DILLON, Patrick
LOST AT SEA - An American Tragedy

New York. 2000. Touchstone. Reprint of the 1998 original. (16), 264, (8) PP with 2 plans. Pictorial soft covers a little worn around edges. Ageing of paper and foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. 21.5 x 14.0. 0684869098
Sinking of Americus and Altair, two crabbing vessels off Unalaska Island in February 1983. 14 dead. Investigation...
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$5

48264
DIVINE, A. D.
NAVIES IN EXILE

London. 1944. John Murray. May 1944 reprint of the May 1944 original. VI, 194 PP, plus 12 pages with 12 b/w photos. Cloth covers a little soiled with light wear. War economy paper with foxing, o/wise a very good clean copy. 22.2 x 14.
The navies of occupied European nations fighting with the Allies against the Axis navies: Poland, Norway, Holland, France, Yugoslavia, Belgium, Denmark & Greece.
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$10

18649
DOAK, Frank
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY, A Brief History

Canberra. 1987. AGPS / Department of Defence. 1st Ed. 48 PP with 60 b/w & 18 colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. Oblong: 21 x 29.5.
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$10

49677
DODGE, Russell A. & THOMPSON, Milton J.
FLUID MECHANICS

New York. c. 1950. McGraw-Hill Book Company. 14th impression of the First edition of 1937. XII, 495 PP with over 12 tables and 267 figures (drawings, graphs, sketch plans and photos). Cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Name of previous owner at top corner of front endpaper. Slight ageing of paper. Very good. 21.5 x 14.
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$10

51513
DOMVILLE-FIFE, Charles W. (editor)
THE SEAGOER - An Illustrated Quarterly of the Sea, Land and Air - Volume XX

Bristol. 1954, 1955. Seagoer Publishing Co. Ltd. Volume XX, No. 1 (Autumn 1954) to No. 4 (Summer 1955). No. 1: 58 PP with 30 b/w and duotone photos. No. 2: 58 PP with 1 map and 39 b/w and duotone photos. No. 3: 56 PP with 40 b/w and duotone photos. No. 4: 56 PP with 42 b/w and duotone photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 19.7 x 13.5.
No.1: Last voyage of the Arctic Stream, by Captain Neil Campbell. No. 2: Sailing South a Hundred Years ago, by Harry Hine. No. 3: Loss of the brigantine Carnegie, by Captain Broadhouse. Awakening of Antarctica. No. 4: In those brave days of sail, by Captain William F. Reid. Thirty-one days in an open boat after the sinking of the Silver Dawn by a German raider after leaving Fremantle in June 1943, by G. Waye.
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$30

15685
DONNO, Elizabeth Story
AN ELIZABETHAN IN 1582, The Diary of Richard Madox, Fellow of All Souls

London. 1976. The Hakluyt Society. 1sty Ed. Publication 147 in the Hakluyt Society second series. XVI, 365 PP with 1 figure in text plus 18 bw plates (charts, drawings...). Fp: A page of Madox's Diary, 24 Sept. 1583. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, gilt device on front cover, dust wrapper. Small stains on edges, o/wise very good. 22.2 x 14.2. 904180042
Voyage from England to Sierra Leone and Brazil.
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$15

10765
DUNN, Capt. B. G. & WESCOMBE, Lt. R. E. (editors)
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY - 75TH ANNIVERSARY 1911-1986

Melbourne. 1986. Magazine Art. 1st Ed. 80 PP with b/w & colour illust. Pictorial card covers with light wear. Very good. 27 x 20.7.
A brief history in text & photographs of the R.A.N.
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$15

67999
DUNN, Laurence
PASSENGER LINERS

London. 1961. Adlard Coles. 1st Ed. (4), 474 PP, (18 advertisements) with b/w illustrations (profiles, silhouettes and photos) throughout, and 6 pages with 120 funnels in colour. Comprehensive index and addenda. Fp: R.M.S. Windsor Castle, flagship of the Union-Castle fleet. Eps: Maps showing major passenger ports. Cloth cover, gilt devices on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj (repaired tears). Ex Tasmanian Maritime and Folk Museum copy with neat stamps on front endpaper and title page. Pages are slightly bumped on inside top. Still a very nice clean copy of the first edition. 25.5 x 19.
A comprehensive work with sections on Great Britain, the Americas, Europe, Mediterranean, Asia and Australasia, Russia and the Communist Bloc. Contains an extensive index of companies, shipbuilders, ship names, changes, etc...
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$50

31704
DYSON, Lieutenant Commander Tony
HMS HERMES - A Pictorial History

Liskeard, Cornwall. 1984. Maritime Books. 1st Ed. Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet Lord Lewin. 160 PP with 268 b/w photos. Half title page: Crest of the Hermes. Title spread: Aircraft Carrier Hermes. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 25 x 20.5. 0907771165
Launched at Barrow, 16 February 1953, and commissioned 1959. Falklands campaign, April to July 1982.
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$25

15488
EDGECOMBE, Jean
DISCOVERING FLINDERS ISLAND, The Furneaux Group

Sydney. 1992. Author. 1st Ed. 64 PP with b/w illust. (plans & maps, draw. & photos). Pictorial card covers. Fine. 21.2 x 13.8. 0646076493
History and guide of the group of islands stretching Northeast of Tasmania towards Victoria.
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$15

10791
EDWARDS, Herbert
THEIR LAWFUL OCCASIONS - A True Story

London. 1956. Percival Marshall. 1st Ed. 256 PP, plus 8 pages with 12 b/w photos. Fp: Captain Herbert Edwards, R.N. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped and with a few closed tears). Light foxing around edges, o/wise a very good clean copy. 22.2 x 14.2.
Sequel of the autobiography Under Four Flags, the Royal Navy years and the two World Wars.
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$15

17581
EDWARDS, Hugh
AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND SHIPWRECKS & SEA TRAGEDIES

Sydney. 1978. Mathews / Hutchinson. 1st Ed. 136 PP with b/w & colour illust. Fp: Wreck finds on the Gilt Dragon. Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 26.7 x 20. 090800110X
Wrecks & events from the earliest Dutch losses to the foundering of the Wahine, the Tasman Bridge disaster and the havoc created by Cyclone Tracy.
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$15

48287
EDWARDS, Lieut.-Commander Kenneth
THE NAVY OF TO-DAY

London. 1940. Blackie & Son. July 1940 reprint of the June 1939 original. 206 PP, plus 16 plates with 29 b/w photos. Fp: A destroyer at high speed laying a smoke screen. Cloth cover, title in blind on front cover and gilt on spine. Brief note on front endpaper. Foxing, mostly on prelims and around outside edges. Very good. 23.2 x 17.4.
Armed merchant ships, the big ships, the small ships, the Fleet Air Arm, the Royal Marines ....
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$15

31352
ENGLISH, Adrian & WATTS, Anthony
BATTLE FOR THE FALKLANDS (2) - Naval Forces

London. 1982. Osprey. 1st Ed., No. 134 in the Men-at-Arms series. 40 PP with 1 map, 43 b/w photos, plus 8 pages with 17 colour plates. Fine. 24.7 x 18.3. 0850454921
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$10

67554
ESTENSEN, Miriam
THE LIFE OF MATTHEW FLINDERS

Sydney. 2003. Allen & Unwin. 1st paperback edition of the 2002 original. XXII, 538 PP with 5 maps and 19 b/w illustrations, plus 8 pages with 15 colour plates. Pictorial soft cover. Spine sunned. Faint foxing on outside edges. Note to previous owner inside front cover. Very good. 23 x 15. 1741141524
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$15

38776
EVANS, Catherine, DODSWORTH, Steve & BARNETT, Julie
BELOW THE BRIDGE - A photo-historical survey of Cardiff's docklands to 1983

Cardiff. 1984. Amgueddfa Geedlaethol Cymru / National Museum of Wales. 1st Ed. 77 PP with 145 b/w illustrations (engravings, menus, plans, photos). Pictorial card cover. Near fine. 29.7 x 21. 0720002885
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$15

48685
FAIR, Marvin L.
PORT ADMINISTRATION IN THE UNITED STATES

Cambridge, Maryland. 1954. Cornell Maritime Press. 1st Ed. XVI, 3-217 with tables, graphs, organigrams and plans. Cloth cover, dj (price-clipped). Dust jacket browned with chips at head and foot of spine. Signature on FFEP. Faint foxing on outside edges, o/wise very good. 23.3 X 15.5.
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$10

42776
FAIRBAIRN, Sqn Ldr Tony
ACTION STATIONS - OVERSEAS

London. 1991. Patrick Stephens Limited. 1st Ed., in the Action Stations series. 192 PP with hundreds of b/w photos. Eps: Map with principal British Military Overseas Airfields. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 24 x 15.7. 1852603194
60 of the most prominent overseas stations: WWII, Palestine... Berlin airlift... Falkland conflict.
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$15

64393
FARR, Grahame
WEST COUNTRY PASSENGER STEAMERS

Prescot, UK. 1967. T. Stephenson & Sons Ltd. 2nd edition of the 1956 original. XII, 355 PP with tables and b/w illustrations (facsimile of documents, plans, tail pieces and 19 funnels), plus 36 pages with 87 b/w photos and the frontispiece. Fp: S.S. Scillonian, leaving St/ Mary's. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Spine of cover and dust jacket lightly sunned. Previous owner's bookplate on inside front cover. Near fine. 22.3 x 14.5.
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$25

30528
FENTON, Roy & CLARKSON, John
SHIPS IN FOCUS RECORD 7

London. 1998. Ships in Focus Publications. Issue Number 7. 64 PP ( P. 129 to 192), with 1 plan and 109 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.8 x 21. 1901703010
Twin-funnel cargo liners. Dublin gas boats. Antiques in the Humber. The Palmers of Boston and Ringaskiddy...
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$15

34050
FENTON, Roy, & CLARKSON, John
SHIPS IN FOCUS RECORD 10

London. 1999. Ships in Focus Publications. Issue Number 10. 64 PP with 3 house flags / funnels and 97 b/w photos. Pictorial card cover. Fine. 29.8 x 21. 1901703061
Fleet in Focus: John Holt. The port of Widnes. Boer War transports...
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$15

52964
FENTON, Roy, & CLARKSON, John
SHIPS IN FOCUS RECORD 37

London. 2007. Ships in Focus Publications. Issue Number 37, July 2007. 64 PP with 1 house Flag & Funnel, 87 b/w and 40 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.8 x 21. 1901703835
British and Continental Steam Ship Co. Ltd (Part 1), by Colin Turner and Roy Fenton. Up the Canal (Manchester Ship Canal) in colour... Arnott Young, shipbreakers on the Clyde (Part 1) by Ian Buxton....
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$15

68178
FLAGS
AUSTRALIAN FLAGS

Canberra. 2006. Awards and Culture Branch / Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. 3rd edition of the 1995 original. VIII, 48 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Presentation label of Richard Colbeck, Liberal Senator for Tasmania, pasted down on inside cover. Fine. 20 x 20. 0642471347
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$25

68123
FLINT, Captain E. A. (Retd.)
THE FORMATION AND OPERATION OF THE US ARMY SMALL SHIPS IN WORLD WAR II

Coomba Park, NSW. 2005 to 2010. US Army Small Ships Association. File containing: accompanying letter dated 25th October 2010, and 30 PP (recto only). 12 pages "The Formation and Operation ...", and 18 pages with exchange of letters and photocopies of documents. Clear plastic covers. Fine. 29.7 x 21.
"The Formation and Operation ...": Address to members of the Association, on 25 January 2005.
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$30

67771
FOLEY, Captain John
TIMELESS ISLE - An Illustrated History of Thursday Island

Thursday Is. 2003. Torres Strait Historical Society. 4th edition of the 1982 original. 78, (16 supplement with 39 b/w photos) PP with maps, period advertising materials and b/w photos. Fp: Map of Torres Strait. Pictorial card cover. Dedicatory note on title page dated and signed by the author. Fine. 22.2 x 14.2. 0959266003
From the dreamtime to the explorers, first settlers, pearling and the pilotage.
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$30

17552
FORMAN, Werner & SYME, Ronald
THE TRAVELS OF CAPTAIN COOK

New York. 1971. McGraw-Hill. 1st US Ed. 180 PP with b/w text-illustrations and 102 b/w & colour plates. Printed on art paper. Eps: Resolution at anchor in Nootka Sound. Cloth cover, statue of Captain Cook on front cover, dj. Faint foxing, o/wise near fine. 28.5 x 23.5. 070626502
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$25

67970
FORNASIERO, Jean & WEST-SOOBY, John
FRENCH DESIGNS ON COLONIAL NEW SOUTH WALES - François Péron's Memoir on the English Settlements in New Holland, Van Diemen's Land and the Archipelagos of the Great Pacific Ocean

Adelaide. 2016. Friends of the State Library of South Australia. Paperback reprint of the 2014 original. Foreword by Robert J. King. XIX, 396 PP with 2 colour illustrations on double page and 12 b/ illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 23.5 x 15.5. 9781876154752
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$35

19752
GEO
LES CONQUETES PERDUES DE L'EXPEDITION BAUDIN [in GEO magazine - Vol 214]

Paris. 1996. Geo. Volume 214, December 1996. Edited by Maurice SOUTIF. Includes article from P.156 to 168 with 2 maps and 26 b/w and colour illust. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. French text. 27 x 21.3.
The scientific expedition led by Nicolas Baudin and sent to the shores of the Australian continent by Napoléon (1800-1804).
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$10

49650
GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW - Volume XXXVIII
SOME CORAL REEFS OF THE SAHUL SHELF

New York. 1948. The American Geographical Society of New York. Issue No. 2, April 1948. Contains article by Curt Teichert & R.W. Fairbridge between P. 222 and 249 with 1 table and 17 figures (3 diagrammatic sections, 5 maps and 9 b/w aerial photos). Original copy with its wrapper, protected by a hard cover (tapa cloth). Near fine. Scarce. 26 x 17.7.
Coral reefs of the northwestern Australia: Adele Island, Browse Island, Cartier Island and Seringapatam Atoll.
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$40

68172
GIBBS, James A.
SHIPWRECKS OF THE PACIFIC COAST

Portland, Oregon. 1971. Binfords & Mort. 2nd printing of the 1962 edition (original 1957). (8), 316 PP, plus 32 pages with 67 b/w photos. Eps: maps of the coasts of California, Oregon and Washington. Cloth cover, title and devices on front cover and spine, dj (price clipped). Repaired tear at top of the dust jacket. Very good copy. 22.2 x 14.2.
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$20

68043
GIBBS, Jim
WEST COAST WINDJAMMERS - In Story and Pictures

Seattle. 1968. Superior Publishing. 1st Ed. 192 PP with 288 b/w illustrations. Fp: Five Masted Schooner "Inca". Cloth cover, dj (price-clipped). Light foxing on prelims, o/wise a very good clean copy. 27.2 x 21.2.
The little wooden schooners or four-masters plying to or along the West Coast of America.
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$20

21939
GILLETT, Ross
AUSTRALIAN SHIPS

Sydney. 1989. Child & Associates. 1st Ed. 145 PP with b/w illustrations, plus 32 pages with 60 colour photos. Half title page: Replica William the Fourth. Title page: Port Jackson pilot steamer Captain Cook (III). Eps: Launching of the Sydney ferry Collaroy in 1988. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Fine. 28.5 x 21.5. 0867771070
Over two centuries of our maritime heritage. Chronological text from the discovery through to the bicentennial of 1988, with over 250 b/w & over 50 colour illustrations.
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$20

67956
GIORGETTI, Franco
SAILING YACHTS (America's Cup 2007 updated edition)

Vercelli, Italy. 2007. White Star. New extended and up-dated edition of the 2000 original, translated from the Italian original by Neil Frazer Davenport. 328 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, title in blind on front cover and spine, dj. Fine. 34 x 24.2. 9788854403277
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$45

51746
GLEESON, Max & ELLIOTT, Mae
S.S YONGALA, Dive to the Past

Sydney. 1987. Turton & Armstrong. 1st Ed. 80 PP (2), with b/w & colour illust. Fp: Map of North Qld. coast. Hard cover, dj. Dedicatory note opposite title-page signed by both authors. A fine copy. 21.5 x 15. 0908031319
History of the Yongala, built 1903, and wrecked in March 1911 off Cape Bowling Green with 120 lives lost. Diving on the wreck...
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$30

63987
GLIKSMAN, Alain, CHAMIER, John & BARRAULT, Jean-Michel
BEKEN OF COWES 2, 1919-1939 - With the 12-Metres and the America's Cup and One Designs and the Metre Boats

London. 1969. Cassell. 1st UK edition of the 1968 French original "Les Géants de la Voile". 188 PP with 77 b/w photos (18 on full page, 23 on double page, and 8 on double length centrefold), plus 2 folded colour plates. All photographs by Frank and Keith Beken. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj (price clipped). Dust jacket rubbed and with worn edges. Occasional foxing. Near fine. Scarce. 29.3 x 22.2. 304934291
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$50

42361
GODDEN, John (editor)
HARRIER - Ski-Jump to Victory

Oxford. 1983. Brassey's Defence Publishers. 1st Ed. XI, 132 PP with 2 maps, b/w illustrations (drawings & plans, 92 b/w photos), plus 6 plates with 12 colour photos. Hard cover, simile leather, gilt title on spine, dj. Near fine. 25.4 x 19. 0080311660
Operation corporate.
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$20

67761
GOTT, Ted & HUGUENAUD, Karine (editors)
NAPOLEON: Revolution to Empire

Melbourne. 2012. National Gallery of Victoria / Fondation Napoléon. 1st Ed. Foreword by Gerard Vaughan (National Gallery of Victoria) & Thierry Lentz (Fondation Napoléon). XXII, 314 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Cloth cover, colour illustration pasted down on front board, gilt title on front board and spine, dj. New condition. 28 x 23.2. 9780724103560
Pages 138 to 155: Napoléon and Australia, the Baudin Expedition with 15 b/w and 7 colour illustrations. Pages 170 to 183: Australia at Malmaison with 7 b/w and 13 colour illustrations.
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$60

53849
GOUGEON, Meade & Jan, MONROE, Rob et al.
THE GOUGEON BROTHERS ON BOAT CONSTRUCTION - Wood & West System Materials plus Technical Manual

Bay City, Michigan. 1982. Gougeon Brothers Inc. 3rd edition of the 1979 original. XII, 316 PP with tables, drawings, sketches and b/w photos. A 32 pages West System Technical Manual of 1981 loosely inserted. Illustrated cloth cover lightly soiled. Internally near fine. 28.7 x 22.2. 0878121668
Scarce with the Technical Manual.
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$20

12699
GOURGUECHON, Charlene
JOURNEY TO THE END OF THE WORLD - A three-year adventure in the New Hebrides

New York. 1977. Charles Scribner's Sons. 1st English edition of the 1974 French original L'Archipel des Tabous. (8), 338 PP with 1 map and 39 b/w photos. Fp: Map of the New Hebrides. Hard cover, dj. A small closed tear in rear of dust jacket, o/wise fine. 23.2 x 15.5. 0684148471
An exciting story on the New Hebrides islands: of roguish boat captains, missionaries & slave traders, planters & natives, ancient customs & a present-day (1977) but bizarre government shared by France & the U.K.
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$10

68110
GRENFELL PRICE, A.
THE WINNING OF AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTICA, Mawson's B.A.N.Z.A.R.E. Voyages 1929-31

Sydney. 1962. Angus & Robertson / Mawson Institute for Antarctic Research. 1st Ed. XVIII, 242 PP with 6 maps & 57 b/w photos, plus 6 folded maps. Fp: Mawson in his cabin on the "Discovery". Cloth covers with light wear and a few marks. Slight ageing of paper. Internally clean and a very good copy. 25.5 x 19.
Account of the British Australia New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition, led by Mawson in 1929-31.
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$40

51640
HACKFORTH-JONES, Jocelyn
AUGUSTUS EARLE, Travel Artist

Canberra. 1980. National Library of Australia. 1st Ed. IX, 157 PP with 16 colour plates, and 168 b/w illust. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Discreet signature of previous owner at top corner of half title page and title page. Faint foxing, o/wise fine. 28.3 x 22.2. 064299143X
Paintings and drawings (in the Rex Nan Kivell Collection, National Library of Australia), illustrating his voyages to Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, and an eight months sojourn on Tristan da Cunha as a castaway.
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$25

38750
HADFIELD, Charles
THE CANAL AGE

London. 1969. Readers Union / David & Charles. Readers Union edition of the 1968 original published by David & Charles. 233, (3) PP with 14 maps, 33 text illustration and 16 b/w plates. Fp (in colour): A Thomas Pickford in a narrow lock, c.1920. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Foxing spots on outside edges. Old watermarks on lower corner of front cover/dj., o/wise near fine. 21 x 15.
History of canals.
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$10

32140
HADFIELD, R. L.
SEA-TOLL OF OUR TIME - A chronicle of maritime disaster during the last thirty years drawn from authentic sources

London. 1935. Philip Allan. 2nd edition. of the 1930 original. No. 27 in the Nautilus Library series. 192 PP. Cloth cover, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Stamp of previous owner on front endpaper. Light foxing, o/wise very good. 17.4 x 11.2.
24 shipwrecks, from the P & O steamer Aden on the Island of Sokotra in 1897 to the foundering of the Vestris in the West Atlantic in 1928. Wreck of the Titanic, P. 106 to 121.
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$15

68087
HAINE, Edgar A.
DISASTER AT SEA

New York. 1983. Cornwall Books. 1st Ed. 210 PP with 8 statistical tables and 160 b/w illustrations (maps, engravings, paintings and photos). Title spread: stranding wreck of the City of Columbus off Gay Head, Massachusetts, 18th January 1884. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Stamps of the University of Tasmania / Australian Maritime College on endpapers and title page. Dust jacket slightly ruffled, o/wise a very good copy. 28.6 x 22. 0845347195
Loss of 115 ships (48,800 lives): Lusitania, General Slocum, Eastland, Birkenhead... Waratah.
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$20

68078
HALL-JONES, John
FIORDLAND EXPLORED - An illustrated History

Wellington. 1976. A.H. & A.W. Reed. 1st Ed. XII, 148 PP with b/w illustrated. Eps: maps of "Fiordland". Hard cover, dj. Dust jacket has a repaired tear on back, o/wise a fine copy. 26 x 19.2. 0589009737
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$25

68077
HALL-JONES, John
THE SOUTH EXPLORED - An illustrated History of New Zealand's Deep South

Wellington. 1979. A.H. & A.W. Reed. 1st Ed. VIII, 165, (2 publications) PP with b/w illustrated. Eps: maps of "South Districts of the Province of Otago". Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 26 x 19.2. 0589012568
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$25

67713
HAMBLY, Elizabeth, HANKEL, Valmai & LIESCHKE, George
AUSTRALIANA PUBLICATIONS of the Friends of the State Library of South Australia - An Annotated Bibliography

Adelaide. 2015. The Friends of the State Library of South Australia. 1st edition limited to 75 hand numbered hardback copies (No. 9/75). Preface by Alan Smith, Introduction by Valmai Hankel and Post Script by Mark Gilbert. XIV, 84 PP, (4 advertisements) with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, pictorial dust jacket. Fine. 30.2 x 21.2. 978187615837
Bibliography celebrating 20 years of the State Library of South Australia's Australiana Publications.
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$120

48626
HAMMOND, Rolt
DOCK AND HARBOUR ENGINEERING

London. 1958. Thomas Nelson. 1st Ed., Volume 2 in the Nelson's Nautical series. XII, 160 PP with 22 figures, plus 8 pages with 12 b/w photos. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Covers speckled. Foxing spots on outside edges, and on first and last leaves. Good. 23.2 x 16.5.
Forces of the Sea. Planning the Harbour...
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$10

32371
HANLEY, James
THE LAST VOYAGE and other stories

London. 1997. Harvill Press. 1st edition, in a combined form of 5 short-stories published in 1930 and 1931, with an introduction by Alan Ross. XIV, 271 PP. Pictorial soft cover. Occasional foxing. Near fine. 21.5 x 13.5. 1860463169
Life at sea...
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$10

14321
HARDY, A.C.
BRITISH SHIPS AND SHIPPING ILLUSTRATED

London. 1933. A. C. Black. 1st Ed. 96 PP with 45 half-tone photos (40 on full age). Fp: The South African mail & passenger liner Warwick Castle. Cloth cover, device on front cover, dj (price-clipped). Dust jacket with a few small chips, a little foxing, mostly around the page edges. A very good copy. 22 x 14.2.
Text & pictorial presentation of the types of vessels composing the British Mercantile Marine at the beginning of the 1930's.
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$20

41413
HARKEN, Peter & Olaf, MITCHEL, Arthur (editors)
HARKEN '97 - CATALOGUE

Pewaukee, Wisconsin. 1997. Harken Yacht Equipment. 1st Ed. 204 PP with few sketches and hundreds of colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Bookplate of former owner on front cover, o/wise near fine. 27.7 x 21.2.
Equipment for yachts: Blocks, Hardware, Furling systems...
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$15

30802
HARMAN, F. Ward
SHIP MODELS ILLUSTRATED

New York. 1947. Marine Model Company. 5th printing of the April 1943 original. 128 PP with b/w illust. (Line drawings, photos, plans and sketch-plans), and 8 pages of colour illustrations (4 photos of models, and 56 flags). Hard cover, vignette on front cover, dj. Repaired dust jacket, o/wise very good. 26.3 x 18.
Working guide to modelling.
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$15

50481
HARRISON, Frederick
SEA SCOUTS AFLOAT. A Story of the Great War

London. c. 1920. Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. 1st Ed. 252 PP. Fp (in colour): Small boat being towed by the lugger... Cloth cover, illustration and title on front cover and spine. Presentation plate on front endpaper. Foxing spots on outside edges and on first and last leaves. Very good. 20 x 13.5.
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$15

59133
HARRISON, Pamela B.
CAPTAIN HENRY NEWTON: From Assistant Pilot to Superintendent of Navigation in the Port of Newcastle 1873-1906

New Lambton, NSW. 2006. Author. 1st Ed. XIV, 361 PP with 1 b/w plate (SIVa), 4 sketch maps, plus 138 pages with 340 b/w illustrations (drawings, engravings, plans, photos ...). Pictorial soft cover. As new. 29.4 x 21. 0957735812
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$90

68030
HARROLD, J. BLAKE, O.B.E., R.N.R.
THE MERCANTILE NAVY LIST AND MARITIME DIRECTORY FOR 1930, Corrected to 31st December, 1929

London. 1930. Board of Trade / Spottiswoode. Annual edition. XIV (adverts.), XL, 1288, XV-XXII (advertisements) PP. Eps: Advertisements. Cloth covers with light wear/soiling, title in blind on front board and gilt on spine. Shelf number at foot of spine and stamp 'Steam, Sail' on front outside page edge. Front hinge starting, slight ageing of paper, foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. 24.2 x 16.5.
Part I: Steam Vessels (P.1 to 603). Part II: Motor Vessels (P.604 to 865). Part III: Sailing Vessels (P.866 to 1288).
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$50

68059
HASLUCK, Paul N. & FRANKLIN, Eric
KNOTTING AND SPLICING ROPES AND CORDAGE

London. 1962. Cassell. 5th edition of the 1952 revised edition (original of 1904). XII, 140 PP with over 208 figures. Laminated pictorial boards. Name of previous owner on front endpaper. Very good. 18.8 x 12.7.
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$15

51785
HATCH, A. S.
JACK CORBETT MARINER

New York. 2003. The Quantuck Lane Press. 1st Ed., with an afterword by Denny Hatch. 270 PP with 15 b/w illustrations. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 20.8 x 13.3. 0971454825
Relationship between A. S. Hatch, an American financier and Jack Corbett, an Irish seaman met on the Liverpool registered packet New World.
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$10

37974
HAWKS, Francis L.
NARRATIVE OF THE EXPEDITION OF AN AMERICAN SQUADRON TO THE CHINA SEAS AND JAPAN, Under the Command of Commodore M.C. Perry, United States Navy, compiled at his request and under his supervision, by Francis L. Hawks

London. 1954. Macdonald. Abridged edition by Sidney Wallach. XXXV, 305 PP with 10 bw illust. Fp: Commodore M.C. Perry. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. (lightly soiled and with closed tears). Faint foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. 24 x 16.
The opening of Japan to the influence of the Western World, and the 1854 Treaty imposed by Commodore Perry.
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$25

13919
HAWS, Duncan & HURST, Alex A.
THE MARITIME HISTORY OF THE WORLD - A Chronological Survey of Maritime Events From 5,000 B.C. until the Present Day, Supplemented by Commentaries (in two volumes)

Brighton, Sussex, UK. 1985. Teredo Books Ltd. 1st Ed. Volume I: XXV, 494 PP & Volume II: VII, 420 PP. With 31 maps and 203 illustrations (62 colour & 141 b/w). Fp: The spell of a sunlit sea. Illustrated endpapers. Cloth cover, gilt device on front covers, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 31.2 x 22.5. 0903662108
Volume I: Maritime chronology and Historical commentary from 5000 BC to 1816. Volume II: Maritime chronology and Historical commentary 1816 to 1984.
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$50

17938
HAY, Mary
I SAW A SHIP A'SAILING

London. 1981. HMSO & National Maritime Museum. 1st edition with a foreword by Doris M. Hay and a preface by John Crowder. X, 102 PP, plus 16 pages with 24 b/w photos of life on a windjammer. Hard cover, dj. Faint foxing on outside edges. Near fine. 22.2 x 14. 0112903401
Story of the Ladye Doris, a three-masted windjammer, which plied the Cape Horn route to the Pacific & Australia at the turn of the 20th Century.
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$15

42598
HAZELL, Martin
SAILING BARGES

London. 1990. Shire Publications. Reprint of the 2nd edition of the 1982, No.13 in Shire Album series. 32 PP with 1 map, 2 plans & 43 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 21 x 15. 0852635842
Their history, description and trade.
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$10

30874
HENEGHAN, Chris (editor)
BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC - 50th Anniversary (1943-1993)

Liverpool. 1993. Brodie Publishing. 1st Ed. 107, (25) PP with a total of 50 pages of advertising material, and maps, plans, photos (b/w and colour)... Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 20.8. 1874447012
The longest conflict & The German Submarine threat, by David Brown. The convoy system, The Commanders at Western Approaches, & Escort Group Commanders, by W J R Gardner. The Mersey base, by Eric Grove...
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$10

38419
HETHERINGTON, Michelle
COOK & OMAI - The Cult of the South Seas

Canberra. 2001. National Library of Australia / Humanities Research Centre, The Australian National University. 1st Ed. Foreword by Jan Fullerton. VI, 66 PP with 13 b/w and 24 colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 24 x 22. 0642107319
Catalogue of an exhibition held at the National Library of Australia, held in February 2001. Captain Cook Pacific voyages and the cultural milieu in which they took place.
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$25

67955
HILL, Ernestine
MY LOVE MUST WAIT, The Story of Matthew Flinders

Sydney. 1955. Angus & Robertson. Reprint of the 1941 original. (8), 466, (1), PP. Hard cover, dj. Book Prize plate on front endpaper. Slight ageing of paper. Near fine. 22 x 14.5.
Historical novel centred on the life of Matthew Flinders, hydrographer & explorer, the first man to circumnavigate and to name the fifth continent: Terra Australis.
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$30

20225
HILL, J. R. & RANFT, Bryan (editors)
THE OXFORD ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE ROYAL NAVY

London. 1995. O.U.P. 1st Ed. XIV, (2), 480 PP with 15 head-pieces, 23 maps & ships' plans Action Stations, and hundreds of b/w illust., plus 16 pages with 26 colour illust. Title spread: Bombardment of Algiers 1816. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Light offsetting of endpapers, o/wise a fine copy in like dust jacket. 25.2 x 19.5. 0192116754
The wall of England. From the King's ships to the Royal Navy (1500-1642),... Endeavour, discovery and idealism,... the Royal Navy and the post-war naval revolution, 1948 to the present.
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$40

68169
H.M.S.O.
ADMIRALTY MANUAL OF NAVIGATION - Volume I - B.R. 45 (1)

London. 1970. H.M.S.O. Consolidated edition of the 1964 revised edition, incorporating Changes 1 to 4. VII, 510 PP with tables and 267 b/w and colour figures, plus 15 colour plates (1 folded). Cloth cover, dj (price clipped and a little worn). Stamp of "The Tasmanian Maritime and Folk Museum" on title page, signature of previous owner on FFEP, o/wise a very good clean copy. 24.5 x 15.5. 117707686
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$20

53350
H.M.S.O.
SIGHT REDUCTION TABLES FOR AIR NAVIGATION - Volume 1 - Selected Stars Epoch 1990.0 - AP 3270

London. 1987. HMSO. 1st Ed. A.P. 3270. XII, 324 PP. Eps: Tables. Cloth cover. Very good. 30.8 x 25. 0117725781
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$20

68167
HOLMAN, Gordon
IN THE WAKE OF ENDEAVOUR - The history of The New Zealand Shipping Company and Federal Steam Navigation Company

London. 1973. Charles Knight & Co. 1st edition with a foreword by Sir Denis Blundell. X, 241 PP, plus 12 pages with 20 b/w photos (10 portraits and 10 of ships). Hard cover, dj. Stamps of "University of Tasmania" / "Australian Maritime College" on endpapers and title page. Old sellotape marks on covers. Contents clean and complete. A very good copy. 22.2 x 14. 0853141819
The first hundred years of this company, founded in Christchurch, New Zealand, in January 1873, and since 1973 an integral part of the giant Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company.
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$30

68122
HOPE, Ronald
A NEW HISTORY OF BRITISH SHIPPING

London. 1990. John Murray. 1st Ed. XVIII, 533 PP with 2 pages "Sail Plans", 3 maps, 26 "Tables and Charts", plus 16 pages with 32 b/w illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Stamps of "University of Tasmania" / "Australian Maritime College" on endpapers, front outside edge and title page. An otherwise excellent copy. 24 x 16 0719547997
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$20

64794
HOPE, Ronald
SHIPS

London. 1958. B. T. Batsford Ltd. 1st Ed., in Junior Heritage Books series. 80 PP with b/w and colour illustrations by John Mansbridge. Fp: A Close-hauled Ship of 1565. Hard cover, illustrated front. Ex library copy with 4 stamps on endpapers, pocket on front endpaper and shelf number at foot of spine. Slight ageing of paper. Very good. 20.7 x 14.2.
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$10

57247
HORDERN, Lt. Cmdr. Marsden C.
NAVAL OPERATIONS TIMOR SEA, 1942-3

Garden Island, Sydney. c. 1990. The Naval Historical Society of Australia, Inc. Naval Historical Society, Monograph No. 3. 12 PP (typescript on recto only) with 1 map, 1 sketch-plan of Type B Fairmile and 4 b/w photos (photocopy quality). Pictorial soft cover. Contained in a clear plastic folder. Near fine. 30.5 x 22.
Paper read to the Society in March 1990.
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$5

68069
HOUGH, Richard
THE MURDER OF CAPTAIN JAMES COOK

London. 1979. Macmillan. 1st Ed. 271 PP with 18 headpieces, plus 16 pages with 25 b/w illustrations (paintings, photos, maps ...). Eps: Aerial view of Kealakekua Bay. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Rear top of jacket is repaired, o/wise a near fine copy. 24 x 16. 0333234774
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$15

18824
HOWARTH, David
SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS, The Story of British Sea Power

London. 1980. Quartet Books. Paperback reprint of the 1974 original. 382, (2 adv.) PP with 6 maps & 2 diagrams, plus 16 pages with 20 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Faint foxing. Stamp of previous owner on top of Page 1. Very good. 20.8 x 13.5. 0704333414
The growth of British power at sea, since the 5th Century voyages of Celtic monks across the Atlantic...
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$5

68113
HOWELLS, Eric B.
SAILING AND SEAMANSHIP

London. 1961. Longmans. 1st edition by Commander B. W. Licke. (8), 184 PP with b/w illustrations by W. Megoran. Hard cover, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price clipped). Signature on half-title page. Dust jacket lightly rubbed. Occasional foxing. Very good. 25.4 x 18.
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$10

53164
HOWGEGO, Raymond John
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF EXPLORATION 1850 TO 1940. The oceans, islands and polar regions

Sydney. 2006. Hordern House. 1st Ed. XII, 690 PP. Eps: H.M.S. Investigator and the ice pack. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. Fine. 28.7 x 21.5. 1875567410
A comprehensive reference guide to the history and literature of exploration, travel and colonization in the oceans, the islands, New Zealand and the polar regions from 1850 to the early decades of the twentieth century. 521 articles/entries. From Louis William ABBOTT to Ferdinand von ZEPPELIN.
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$270

48352
HUGHES, Robert
IN PERILOUS SEAS

Tunbridge Wells, UK. 1990. Spellmount. 1st Ed. 168 PP with 1 portrait and & facsimile of newspaper clipping, plus 8 pages with 19 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj. Dated and signed by the author on title page. Near fine. 22.2 x 14. 0946771510
WWII on European fronts: convoys, landing... with the British Pacific Fleet in 1945
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$15

36355
HULL, Seabrook
THE BOUNTIFUL SEA

London. 1966. Sidgwick and Jackson. 1st UK Ed. XII, 340 PP with 3 maps and 116 b/w illust. (artist's conceptions, sketches and photos). Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Foxing spots on outside edges. Label of previous owner on FFEP, o/wise a very good clean copy. 23.2 x 15.5.
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$15

31773
HUNT, Susan & CARTER, Paul
TERRE NAPOLEON - Australia through French Eyes 1800-1804

Sydney. 1999. Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Jacqueline Bonnemains. (8), 148 PP with b/w and colour illust., and 46 plates in b/w and colour. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Light foxing on prelims, o/wise fine. 31 x 24.7. 0949753874
French exploration of Australian shores (1801 to 1803) led by Captain Nicolas Baudin. Published to accompany an exhibition held in Sydney from 27th February to 30 May 1999.
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$15

60920
HYDROGRAPHER OF THE NAVY
AUSTRALIA PILOT - Volume II, South and East coasts of Australia, from Cape Northumberland to Port Jackson, including Bass Strait and Tasmania

London. 1918. Hydrographic Department, Admiralty. 1st Ed. Advertisement to the First edition by Rear-Admiral J. F. Parry. Edited by ROUGHTON, Commander J. C. (4 notices), XXIV, 558 PP with tables, plus 1 folded Index to Admiralty Charts 11A (2), and 1 b/w plate (Cape Northumberland Lighthouse). Inside front cover: Caution when approaching British Ports. Cloth cover (rubbed & soiled), rear hinge of spine frayed and inside front hinge a little cracked. Contents very good. 23 x 14.5.
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$30

52178
HYDROGRAPHER OF THE NAVY
EASTERN ARCHIPELAGO PILOT - Volume II

London. 1949. Hydrographic Department, Admiralty. 6th edition of the 1893 original. Advertisement to this 6th edition by Vice-Admiral A. G. N. Wyatt. Edited by Capt. F.M. HODGSON. (6), LII, 692 PP with 9 figures, 5 maps and 43 coastal views, plus 1 folded Index Chart (S.D.34), 6 plates with 6 maps and 46 plates with 108 coastal views. Supplement No. 5-1959 with 110 pages loosely inserted (advertisement by Rear-Admiral K. ST. B. Collins). Cloth cover, gilt title on front board and spine. Covers lightly rubbed. Internally a very good clean copy. 24.5 x 15.
Comprising the south-eastern end of Sumatra, Sunda Strait, Java, Islands eastward of Java, Southern and Eastern coasts of Borneo, Macassar Strait, Celebes, and the western part of the Soea Eilanden .
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$35

44262
HYDROGRAPHER OF THE NAVY
SOUTH INDIAN OCEAN PILOT

Taunton, UK. 1990. Hydrographer of the Navy. 9th edition of the 1891 original, N.P. 39. Edited by Lieut. Cmdr D.T. WATTS. XII, (2), 320 PP with 2 index charts, 12 tables, 17 maps, 18 coastal views and b/w photos. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, gilt map on back cover. Supplement 1-1992 dated 25 April 1992, 12 pages loosely inserted. Near fine. 30.2 x 21.2.
Comores, Madagascar, Seychelles group, La Réunion, Mauritius, Chagos Archipelago and other islands lying westward of longitude 90 East.
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$35

38213
ILLINGWORTH, Captain John H.
TWENTY CHALLENGES FOR THE AMERICA'S CUP

London. 1968. Hollis & Carter. 1st Ed. 158 PP with tables and 3 figures, plus 16 pages with 22 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj (rubbed). Light foxing spots on outside edges, o/wise near fine. 22.3 x 14.2. 370003314
The founding of the Cup, and early defenders... Appendix: the 12-Metre Rating Rule.
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$15

41701
INNES, Hammond
SEA AND ISLANDS

London. 1967. Collins. 1st Ed. 288 PP with 1 plan of Mary Deare, and 5 maps, plus 24 pages with 27 b/w and 20 colour photos. Hard cover, dj. Front endpaper with offsetting and stamp of previous owner. Faint foxing spots on outside edges, o/wise near fine. 21.5 x 14.5.
Yacht Mary Deare in Scandinavia, Mediterranean Sea... Voyages to the Maritimes of Canada, to Addu atoll in the Maldives...
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$10

68083
ITO, Masanori
THE END OF THE IMPERIAL JAPANESE NAVY

London. 1962. Weidenfeld and Nicolson. 1st English edition, translated by Andrew Y. Kuroda & Roger Pineau. 240 PP with 7 plans & 11 maps, plus 8 pages with 17 b/w photos. Eps: Pacific Map showing the tides of war in the Pacific 1941-45. Hard cover, dj (price clipped). Stamp of "The Tasmanian Maritime and Folk Museum" on title page and label of previous owner opposite. Dust jacket with repaired tears. Faint foxing, o/wise a very good clean copy. 21.7 x 14.5.
A Japanese account of the rise and fall of Japan's sea power with emphasis on WWII.
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$20

44082
JACKSON, Robert
THE ROYAL NAVY IN WORLD WAR II

London. 1997. Airlife. 1st UK edition. 176 PP with 6 maps and 169 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj. Faint foxing. Remainder mark on lower outside edge, o/wise near fine. 25.2 x 19.5. 185310714X
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$10

68028
JACKSON, Robert (compiler)
THE MERCANTILE NAVY LIST AND MARITIME DIRECTORY FOR 1880

London. 1880. Board of Trade, Maritime Department / Spottiswoode. Annual edition. (3 adverts.), (4 notices), XXVII, 600, 15 (advertisements) PP. Eps: Advertisements. Cloth covers worn around edges and a little bumped, decoration and title in blind on front board, gilt title on a sunned spine. Shelf number at foot of spine and neat small stamp of Launceston Public Library on lower corner of title page. Slight ageing of paper, foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. 24.2 x 16.5.
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$50

54587
JAPANESE HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE
ON THE MARINE GEOLOGY OF BEACH EROSION IN OMORI-HAMA VICINITY, HAKODATE CITY (in The Bulletin of the Japanese Hydrographic Office - Pub. No. 943, Volume XIII, Part I & II)

Tokyo. 1956, 1959 . Maritime Safety Board. Part I (1956): 216 PP with 175 tables and 211 figures, plus folded plates and 20 pages with 74 b/w photos. Japanese text (caption of figures in Japanese and English). Part II (1959): Preface by Dr. Kanji Suda. Foreword by Dr. Ryoshichi Komukai. (8), IV, II, 217- 582 PP with 117 tables and 261 figure, plus folded plates and 10 pages with 34 b/w photos. Japanese text (caption of figures in Japanese and English). English text between P.434 and 582. A 3 page errata loosely inserted. Stiff covers. Very good set. 25.5 x 19.
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$20

58806
JARMAN, Robert
JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO THE SOUTH SEAS IN THE "JAPAN", employed in the Sperm Whale Fishery, under the Command of John May

Melbourne. 2009. Edition Renard. Reprint of the 1838 original, in a limited edition of 30 numbered copies (No. 21). Edited, with an Introduction, Notes, Chronology, and Index by Robert M. Warneke. X, (2 blank), VI, 318 PP. Fp: Portrait of Robert Jarman in 1877. All edges dyed. Marker ribbon. Full grey goatskin, gilt title on spine, cloth slipcase with title on labels. Fine. 24.3 x 17.
Voyage: June 1831 to August 1834. London, Cape of Good Hope, St Paul Island (Indian Ocean), Indonesia, Japan, Hawai'i, Tonga, Australia, Fiji, Kiribati ... New Zealand, Cape Horn, Azores, London.
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$650

50948
JEFFS, Andrew, & MARSH, David
CATALONIA CONQUERS THE ATLANTIC. Hales Trophy history re-written

Melbourne. 1998. Hoogovens Aluminium & Baird Publications. 1st Ed. Reprint of a Work Boat World special feature. 32 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.5 x 21.
Catalonia, a 91metre wave-piercing catamaran, and the Hales Trophy holder, won in June 1990.
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$5

61457
JOHNSON, Dianne
BRUNY D'ENTRECASTEAUX and his encounter with Tasmanian Aborigines: From Provence to Recherche Bay

Lawson, NSW. 2012. Blue Mountain Education and Research Trust. 1st Ed. (XII), 121 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. New. 29.8 x 21. 9780646570563
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$35

49470
JONES, A. G. E.
SHIPS EMPLOYED IN THE SOUTH SEAS TRADE 1775-1861

Canberra. 1986. Roebuck. 1st Ed. Publication No. 36 in the Roebuck Society series. XVIII, 276, (104 Index) PP with b/w illustrations (charts, ports, sailing ships & whaling scenes). Inside covers: docks on the Thames River. Bound copy, cloth cover (retaining the pictorial soft cover - see image), gilt title on spine. Bookplate of previous owner on front endpaper. Near fine. 25.5 x 18. 0909434301
Includes: Registrar general of shipping and seamen, transcripts of Registers of Shipping 1787-1862 (part III).
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$50

20658
JONES, Henry M.
SHIPS OF KINGSTON, Good-bye, Fare Ye Well

Plymouth, Mass. 1926. Memorial Press of Plymouth. 1st Ed. 130 PP with 5 plans of Port, 19 ship plans, 50 b/w illust. & 6 colour plates. Title-page: Sheer and spar plan of bark Abby of Kingston, 1854. Colour Fp: Ship Herculean of Kingston, Benjamin Cook, Master, entering Liverpool, 1840. Orig. gilt & decorated cloth cover (flag signal for Good-bye, fare ye well). Handsome gothic-printed dedicatory note: presented to Commander Alan John Villiers by the Jones River Village Club at the Major John Bradford House, Kingston, Massachusetts. Covers have a few spots, o/wise a fine copy. 28 x 20.
An account of the 276 vessels built and launched at the landing into Jones River since the Revolution.
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$100

67841
KEMP, J. F., & YOUNG, Peter
SHIP CONSTRUCTION SKETCHES & NOTES

Oxford. 1991. Butterworth-Heinemann. Reprint of the 1989 edition, original of 1958). 136 PP with many b/w figures. Pictorial card cover. Fine. 21 x 14.8. 075060381X
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$15

48259
KEMP, Lieut.-Commander P. K.
FLEET AIR ARM

London. 1954. Herbert Jenkins. 2nd impression (December 1954) of the November 1954 original. Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet Sir Philip L. Vian. 232 PP, plus 16 pages with 32 b/w photos. Fp: H. M. S. Eagle. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Foxing spots on outside edges and few pages. Very good. 22.2 x 14.2.
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$15

38197
KERR, George F.
BUSINESS IN GREAT WATERS - The War History of the P. & O. (1939-1945)

London. 1951. Faber & Faber. 1st Ed. 196 PP, plus 2 colour plates, 6 pages with 13 photos & 1 large folded photo (panoramic view of Table Bay Harbour in April 1941). Fp: The North African Landing 1942. Cloth cover, dj (chipped). Light foxing, signature of previous owner on preliminary page. Very good. Scarce. 20.5 x 14.
The world's greatest merchant fleet during WWII. Armed merchant cruisers, troopships ...
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$15

37764
KERR, J. Lennox & JAMES, David (editors)
WAVY NAVY, By Some Who Served

London. 1951. George G. Harrap. Reprint of the 1950 original. 264 PP with text-illustrations (initial letter of chapters, head & tail pieces), plus 6 colour plates. Fp: A Night Air Attack off Arromanches. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price-clipped). A little light foxing, mostly on prlims. Repaired dust jacket has some sellotape. Internally a very clean and good copy. Scarce with a dust jacket. 22 x 14.
Stories & experiences of members of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (waved stripes) during WWII. The last two chapters give an account of the RNVR between 1872 & 1945.
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$15

16811
KERR, J. Lennox & GRANVILLE, Wilfred
THE R.N.V.R. - A Record of Achievement

London. 1957. George G. Harrap. 1st Ed. 304 PP with 1 line drawing, plus 24 pages with 47 b/w photos. Fp: M.L. 282 at Zeebrugge. Cloth cover, dj (price clipped with a few chips or closed tears). Ex-library copy with 6 neat stamps on first and last leaves and previous owner's signature, o/wise a very good clean copy. 21.5 x 14.5.
History of the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve since its inception in 1903. Its organization and some of its valorous deeds.
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$10

17414
KING, Commander William
THE STICK AND THE STARS

New York. 1958. W.W. Norton. 1st US Ed. 192 PP. Hard cover, cloth spine, very good price-clipped dust jacket. Minimal light foxing on prelims and outside edges, name of previous owner on front endpaper, o/wise a near fine copy. 21.5 x 14.5.
The 6 years of a Royal Navy submariner on all the seas and oceans, during World War II.
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$20

19756
KING, Hilary
THE MARINE CHRONOMETERS OF THE BAUDIN EXPEDITION TO AUSTRALIA, 1800-1804

London. 1997. Antiquarian Horology. Reprint of an article published in the winter 1997 issue of Antiquarian Horology. P. 508 to 521 with 7 figures. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 24.7 x 17.8.
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$20

68119
KIRK, R.
BRITISH MARITIME POSTAL HISTORY - Volume 1: The P&O Bombay & Australian Lines, 1852-1914

London. 1981. Pheas / R. Kirk. 1st Ed. Publishers Note by Raife & Hilary Wellsted. (6), 166 PP with tables throughout, 2 pages with 27 handstamps, 5 maps and 3 b/w photos. Blue cloth covers with remnants of old tape mark near spine, title on front board and spine. Stamps of "University of Tasmania" / "Australian Maritime College" on endpapers and title page. Contents near fine. Scarce. 24.5 x 18.2.
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$80

68120
KIRK, R.
BRITISH MARITIME POSTAL HISTORY - Volume 2: The P&O Lines to the Far East, 1852-1914

London. 1981. Proud-Bailey Ltd. 1st Ed. 224 PP with tables throughout, 21 pages with "Cover Illustrations" and handstamps, 5 maps and 8 b/w photos. Blue cloth covers with remnants of old tape near spine, title on front board and spine. Stamps of "University of Tasmania" / "Australian Maritime College" on endpapers and title page. Contents near fine. Scarce. 24.5 x 18.2.
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$70

68192
KIRKALDY, Adam W.
BRITISH SHIPPING - Its History, Organisation and Importance

New York. 1970. Augustus M. Kelley. Reprint of the 1914 original, with an introductory note by Professor Ralph Davis. VIII, (2), XX, 655 PP with tables, plus 1 large folded map and 12 folded plates (tables and graphs). Fp: Track chart of the world with main routes and coaling-stations. Cloth cover, dj. Stamps of "University of Tasmania" / "Australian Maritime College" on endpapers, title page and lower corner of page 177. Faint foxing, o/wise contents near fine. 22.3 x 14.5. 678055580
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$20