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The true story of food at sea in the Georgian Era. Grey boards, gilt title to spine. 224 pages. B/w plates. ISBN: 186176233X. Spine slightly bumped. Small, yellow address label to front free-endpaper. Contents fine. Dustwrapper is just a little edge creased and slightly faded to spine.
An in-depth history of the sailing navy's most popular and charismatic ship type at the height of its development. Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos, illustrations and diagrams. ISBN: 9781861762924. Front hinge is slightly cracked showing glue from binding process. Minimal rubbing to corners.
An in-depth history of the sailing navy's most popular and charismatic ship type at the height of its development. Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos, illustrations and diagrams. ISBN: 9781861762924. Front cover lightly creased diagonally from top corner and also prelims (fairly minor). Joints pulled and rubbing of inside of covers evident to half-title page and index page. Otherwise contents clean.
TIGRIS GUNBOATS THE FORGOTTEN WAR IN IRAQ 1914-1917
Written by Wilfred Nunn.
Stock no. 2136698
Published by Chatham Publishing. 1st thus 2007. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
On the outbreak of the War in 1914 Wilfred Nunn was the commander of the gunboat Espiegle on the East Indies station. His ship was sent to the Arabian Gulf to defend British oil interests, and he thus became the senior naval officer on the Tigris river throughout the Iraq campaign, up to the capture of Bagdad in 1917. ISBN: 9781861763082.
Chatham Pictorial Histories series. The crucial contribution of seapower to the struggle for American independence forms the theme for this volume. Large format. Turquoise cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w illustrations throughout. ISBN: 1861760175. Previous owner's small name label to front pastedown. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly faded to spine.
Eye-Witness' Narratives, Dispatches and Letters from the French and Spanish Fleets. Brown boards, gilt title to spine. ISBN: 1861762291. Neat inscription in pencil to front endpaper.