Title: Some Famous Sailing Ships and Their Builder ...
Publisher: Easton Press, Norwalk, CT.
Publication Date: 1988
Book Condition: New
One of the Easton Press Leather- Bound Nautical Library series. Book Condition: New, Fine, as removed from the publisher¿s original shrinkwrap. A bright, solid, tight, clean, unread, unhandled copy. The original "Collectors Notes" is included. A blank book plate is affixed to the first blank page. Easton Press volumes feature: Bound in fine genuine leather, 22kt gold-stamped spine accents, Distinctive raised spine hubs, Intricate gilt stamped cover designs, Specially milled acid-neutral paper, Smyth-sewn pages, Gilded page edges with a Permanent satin ribbon page-marker sewn in. All of my books are from my personal collection acquired over the last 40 years and have been treated as the true investments they are. They have been protected from the sun, heat, cold, moisture, dryness, and are from a nonsmoking environment. Each volume is a collector¿s treasure. Please check my store for hundreds of collectible Easton Press, Franklin Library, and Gryphon Editions leather bound books. Free USA shipping with tracking number. International shipping is extra and will be quoted. Bookseller Inventory # E10697
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