price-clipped jacket foxed/stained, edges foxed, otherwise clean and sound. Bookseller Inventory # 021526
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About the Author: Archibald Gracie was an American writer and historian. He died in December 1912, as the proofs for his book about the Titanic were being worked on. He has provided us with the best first-hand account of the sinking. Campbell McCutcheon has had a life-long interest in the Olympic-class vessels and naval shipping. He has written extensively on the subject along with some Military History and Bradshaw’s Railway titles for Amberley. He lives in Gloucestershire, but he was born within sight and sound of the water and has been interested in ships from a young age.
Title: The Truth about the Titanic
Publisher: 7 C's Press
Publication Date: 1973
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Book Description 7 C's Press, Riverside, CT, 1973. Hardcover. Dust Jacket Included. Hardcover, 330 pages plus 48 pages of b&w illustrations & photos. Very Good condition in a Good dust jacket. Reprint of the First edition (1913) with additional material. Size 7.25"x5.375". "Archibald Gracie was a victim of the Titanic disaster, but he didn't die with the rest of his 1500-odd companions . . . . perhaps the most accurate contemporary work on what actually happened as the Titanic sank." Sixteen pages have minor notations (mostly marginal bracketing). Binding is tight. Dust jacket has moderate wear, enclosed in mylar cover. Seller Inventory # 007524
Book Description 7 C's Press,U.S., 1973. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 7 C's Press,U.S. 1973. Illus. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Clipped dj with small tear to top front edge. Binding sound, text and images bright. DISPATCHED FROM THE UK WITHIN 24 HOURS ( BOOKS ORDERED OVER THE WEEKEND DISPATCHED ON MONDAY) BY ROYAL MAIL. ALL OVERSEAS ORDERS SENT BY AIR MAIL. Seller Inventory # mon0000561819
Book Description 7 C's Press, CT, 1973. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: very good. 5 x 7 in. Maroon cloth boards. Condition is VERY GOOD ; minor wear, covers clean. Binding tight and text unmarked. PO's name on front pastedown. DJ is VERY GOOD ; not price-clipped, mild wear, spine sunned. Naut. Stax. Seller Inventory # 24371
Book Description 7 C's Press,U.S., 1973. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0911962077
Book Description 7 C's Press, 1973. Condition: Very Good. 330, b/w photos. . HB. Vg in d/w (d/w worn with some loss and tape repair to spine). Dust wrapper states that "Archibald Gracie was a victim of the Titanic disaster, but he didn't die with the rest of his 1500-odd companions that cold April night in 1912. Instead he lingered until December 4, 1912, never recovering from his exposure in the icy Atlantic During those eight months his life was spared he wrote Truth About The Titanic perhaps the most accurate contemporary work on what actually happened as the Titanic sank." First published 1912. . Seller Inventory # 31657
Book Description 7Cs Press, 1973. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Gracie, Colonel Archibald., 7Cs Press, Inc. (CT), c1973, (first published in 1913), red cloth (hard cover), near fine with near fine dj (very light foxing), 330 pp plus extensive B&W illus., 12mo, ISBN: 0911962077, 'Archibald Gracie was a victim of the Titanic disaster, but he didn't die with the rest of his companions; Perhaps the most accurate contemporary work on what actually happened as the Titanic sank', Foreword by Robert H. Gibbons, President of Titanic Enthusiasts of America, scarce. Seller Inventory # 78934