#3 of an edition of 130. Paper covered boards with a cloth binding. xiii, 57 pages, plus 9 unnumbered plates. All present as called for. A history of the clipper ship Thatcher Magoun, named after the noted shipbuilder. The ship made voyages from Boston and New York to San Francisco, and participated in the rescue of a ship in distress. GOOD condition, ex-museum library. With the usual markings: a label at the upper front cover, and a card pocket. Moderate to heavy mottling to the cloth spine. Minor fading, soiling and edgewear. Small dark stain to the lower front cover. Minor toning to the paper in the interior. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: The Thatcher Magoun. An American Clipper ...
Publisher: Addison Gallery of American Art/ The Riverside Press
Publication Date: 1934
Book Condition: Good
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Mass., 1934. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Illustrated (illustrator). First Limited Edition. Number 127 of a limited edition of 130 copies. Inscribed and signed by Hollis French. Very clean with very good, unworn edges. xiii, 57 very clean and crisp pages. Slight musty aroma. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Inscribed and Signed By Author. Seller Inventory # 17155
Book Description Addison Gallery of American Art. Condition: Good++, No Dust Jacket. Limited Edition, 1934. 8VO, 57+ pgs., B/W Photos, Hardcover Hardcover. Limited edition of 130 copies of which this is #29. Two tone blue cloth boards show light edgewear and soil. Slightly sunned. Title label tipped in on spine is oxidized. Endpapers are noticeably foxed. Title page is lightly foxed, occasional foxing to text. 9 plates as listed on the illustrations page are all present. Seller Inventory # 033865