73127
LANE, Kevin
CRUISING WEST - 180 Anchorages: NT - WA - SA - VIC

Albany Advertiser. Albany, WA. 1986. 1st Ed. 200 PP with b/w illustrations (1 reference map, 2 drawings, 41 photos and over 180 sketch plans of anchorages). Pictorial stiff covers a little soiled. Name of previous owner inside front cover. Light foxing on outside edges. Near fine. 29.7 x 21.
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$45

36083
LAYMAN, R. D.
THE CUXHAVEN RAID - The World's First Carrier Air Strike

London. 1985. Conway. 1st Ed. 160 PP with 2 tables, 2 maps and 24 b/w photos. Fp: HMS Engadine and her large steel hangar. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Foxing spots on outside edges, o/wise near fine. 24.8 x 16.2. 0851773273
Christmas Day 1914.
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$15

49437
LE DANOIS, Edouard
MARINE LIFE OF COASTAL WATERS (Western Europe)

George G. Harrap. London. 1957. 1st English edition, translated and adapted from the French original by N. A. Holme. 192 PP with 21 text illustrations, 24 colour photos and 80 photogravures plates. Fp: Brightly coloured plants and animals covering rocks on the sea floor. Illustrated endpapers. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Dust jacket tipped in on rear endpaper. Occasional foxing spots. Ingleton bookplate on front endpaper. Near fine. 29.3 x 22.5.
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$20

73124
LEONARD, Beth A.
THE VOYAGER'S HANDBOOK. The Essential Guide to Bluewater Cruising

International Marine / McGraw Hill. Camden, Maine. 2007. 2nd edition with forewords by George Day and Herb McCornick. XVII, 574 PP with over 100 tables and c. 200 b/w illustrations (drawings, maps and photos). Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket with a repaired tear and old water marks along the top edge of the front of the jacket and is in a protective sleeve. A few spots around outside page edges, o/wise contents clean and near fine. 28.2 x 22.2. 9780071437653
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$45

19685
LEVER, Darcy
THE YOUNG SEA OFFICER'S SHEET ANCHOR, Or a Key to the Leading of Rigging and to Practical Seamanship with An Appendix containing several figures illustrative of novelties and improvements in rigging, &c&c&c.

John Richardson. London. 1835. New Edition and probably 3rd English edition. XII, (II), 124 PP plus 113 plates (printed back to back) with 687 figures plus 3 plates (printed back to back) with 17 figures (In Appendix), followed by a Dictionary of Sea Terms (Pages 117 to 124). Rebacked copy retaining original morocco covers, raised bands, gilt lettering ("Rigging & Seamanship") on spine, lettering on foot of spine a little faded/rubbed. Signature: Wm. St. John Hornby, 1854, on original endpaper. Title-page has a repaired closed tear. Light foxing, otherwise a very good complete copy of a scarce item. Image shows title-page. 27.5 x 22.5.
Darcy Lever was born around 1760 and as a young man he went out to India where he acquired his nautical skills. On his return to England he settled first of all in Leeds and later at Pontefract. He died at Edinburgh in 1837. His book was very successful and for almost 40 years remained the text book on the subject within both the Royal Navy and in the merchant service. It remains one of the principal sources of information on the subject today. Illustrated with over 600 drawings and diagrams engraved onto 113 plates, the book explains in clear and easy terms every aspect of the art of seamanship, rigging and ship-handling from the days of wooden ships and sail. The book is invaluable to the ship model-maker but it is also of prime importance for the study of masts, spars, rigging, blocks, ropes, knotting, braces, sails, shrouds, ....
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$900

73151
LEWIS, David
WE, THE NAVIGATORS - The Ancient Art of Landfinding in the Pacific

A. H. & A. W. Reed. Wellington. 1972. 1st NZ edition. XVIII, 346 PP with 6 maps, 13 b/w plates and 63 figures. Fp: Tevake navigating Isbjorn. Eps: Tracks of "Isbjorn", and "Rehu Moana". Cloth cover, device on front cover, dj. Ex Library ccpy with stamps at top of front endpaper, on recto & verso of title page, shelf number at foot of spine and reinforced gutter of both endpapers. Top edges of covers sunned. Foxing spots on outside edges. An otherwise very good clean copy. 24 x 15.8. 0589007416
Revival of the traditional sailing and voyaging in the Pacific.
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$40

62535
LEWIS, Dr. Tom
DARWIN'S SUBMARINE I-124

Avonmore Books. Adelaide. 2010. 1st Ed. Foreword by the Honourable Austin Asche, AC, QC. 182 PP with b/w and colour illustrations (artworks, documents, maps, plans and sketches and photos). Pictorial stiff cover. Neat ex-libris stamp of previous owner on FFEP, o/wise fine. 25 x 17.7. 9780957735194
Sunk by HMAS "Deloraine" 20th January 1942 in 150 feet of water off Darwin. Early salvage attempts (for the code books). Historic shipwreck since 28th June 1977.
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$30

65280
LOCKWOOD, Kim
D-DAY LANDINGS - 70th Anniversary Edition

Wilkinson Publishing. Melbourne. 2014. 1st Ed., in the WP Discovery series. No pagination, 88 PP with 6 maps in colour, b/w and colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 32 x 24. 9781922178350
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$20

72451
LODWICK, John
RAIDERS FROM THE SEA

Naval Institute Press. Annapolis. 1990. Reprint of the 1947 original The Filibusters, The Story of the Special Boat Service, with a foreword by Lord Jellicoe. 240 PP with 6 maps, plus 16 pages with 35 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj. Neat stamp of previous owner on FFEP, o/wise near fine. 22.2 x 14.2. 155750525X
The campaigns of Harassment waged in the Mediterranean and Aegean Sea by the 300 strong force of the SBS.
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$15

14461
LONEY, J. K.
WRECK OF THE FIJI

J.K. Loney /Ken Jenkin. Geelong. c.1975. 1st Ed. No. 6 in the "Famous Shipwreck" series. 16 PP with 1 location map, plus 8 pages with 8 b/w photos. Pictorial card cover. Ageing of paper, o/wise near fine. 20.2 x 14.2. 0909244154
Wrecked on 6th September, 1891, near Moonlight Head, 14 miles West of Cape Otway.
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$15

18829
LONEY, Jack
WRECKERS, SMUGGLERS AND PIRATES, In South Eastern Australian Waters

Marine History. Portarlington. 1989. 1st Ed. VI, 106 PP with 4 maps & 80 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 24 x 17.8. 0909191395
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$15

18038
LONEY, Jack
WRECKS IN THE FURNEAUX GROUP (Flinders Island)

Marine History Publications. Geelong. c. 1970. 1st Ed. 16 PP with 1 map, plus 8 pages with 9 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 21 x 14.5.
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$15

64960
LONEY, Jack K.
WARRNAMBOOL: The Graveyard of Ships - Wrecks and Strandings in and around Lady Bay

J.K. Loney. Geelong. 1968. 1st edition. No pagination, 20 PP with 7 b/w illustrations. Soft covers, front with title and illustration. Crease on lower part of front cover, slight ageing of paper. Very good. 21.5 x 13.8.
Wrecks of Lady Bay near the City of Warrnambool.
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$10

72329
LOVELESS, George
THE VICTIMS OF WHIGGERY - A Statement of the Persecutions Experienced by the Dorchester Labourers with a Report of their Trial

Donald A. Davie / Cox Kay Pty. Ltd. Hobart. 1946. August 1946 edition, introduced by Donald A. Davie (editor), and limited to 100 copies, hand numbered (No. 1) and signed by Donald A. Davie. 59 PP. Stiff covers, browned around edges, title on front cover. Ageing of paper. Near fine. 24.6 x 15.4.
... also a description of Van Dieman's and and reflections upon the system of transportation, by George Loveless, one of the Dorchester Labourers.
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$80

18258
LUCAS, Alan
CRUISING AUSTRALIANS

Horwitz Grahame. Sydney. 1989. 1st Ed. III, 268 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings, plans, sketch maps, photos, plus 12 pages with 28 colour photos. Pictorial laminated boards. Foxing spots on outside edges. Fine. 25 x 16. 9780725521493
A fascinating insight into the life of the Cruising Australian: the people, the boats, the places they visit...
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$25

72716
LUCAS PHILLIPS, C. E. and HASLER, H.G.
COCKLESHELL HEROES

Bantam Books. New York. 1979. March 1979 paperback edition in the "Bantam War Book" series. A reset copy of the 1956 original. Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet the Earl Mountbatten of Burma. (10), 244 PP with maps by Benjamin F. Klaessig and 16 line drawings by Robert Blanchard, plus 1 folded plate as frontispiece: painting in colour by Uldis Klavins. Stiff covers, illustrated front. Outside edges tinted. Faint foxing. Very good. 17.7 x 10.7. 0553126646
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$10

72833
LUND, Paul & LUDLAM, Harry
OUT SWEEPS! The Story of Minesweepers in World War II

New English Library. London. 1979. 1st NEL paperback edition of the 1978 original. 222, (2 publications) PP. Pictorial stiff covers. Ageing and foxing of paper. Ex Libris stamp of previous owner on half title page. Very good. 17.5 x 11. 0450044688
The forgotten naval ships combatting the mines (pressure or oyster, magnetic, acoustic, antenna,...) during World War II.
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$5

73130
McCALL, Bernard
SIETAS AND ITS SHIPS (Part 2)

Bernard McCall / Gomer Press. Portishead, UK. 2021. 1st Ed. 132 PP with 141 colour photos. Laminated pictorial boards. Fine. Oblong: 24.5 x 19.5. 9781913797058
Shipyard of J.J. Sietas / Pella Sietas Werf.
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$40

66923
McDONALL, K. J.
MERCHANT SHIP RECOGNITION

Austair Publications. Sydney. 1944. 1st Ed., in the Pacific Air Series. 96 PP with 1 map of the South-West Pacific Area, showing pre-war shipping routes and many b/w illustrations (sketches, plans, profiles, photos). Pictorial soft covers, staples. War economy paper (ageing and foxing), o/wise very good. Oblong: 13.5 x 21.5.
A scarce publication presented in Talbot-Booth style.
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$35

47020
MACDONNELL, J. E.
VALIANT OCCASIONS

Constable. London. 1952. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Admiral Sir John Collins. (12), 262 PP. Hard cover, title on spine. Top edge of spine and back cover is browned, o/wise a very good clean copy. 22 x 14.5.
Some of the naval engagements during WWII, involving the Royal Australian Navy. Fate of the HMAS Sydney, HMAS Stuart at the Battle of Matapan, the Battle of the Java Sea.
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$20

63662
MCFARLANE, Ian
ITALIANS PRISONNER OF WAR, in North-West Tasmania 1943-1946 (in 40° South Tasmania)

Hobart. 2011. 40 Degrees South Pty Ltd. Issue 61, Winter 2011. 96 PP. Contains article from P.54 to 59 with 1 colour and 9 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.5 x 21.
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$10

21355
McLAREN, Fergus B.
THE AUCKLAND ISLANDS: Their Eventful History

A. H. & A. W. Reed. Wellington. 1948. 1st Ed., with an introduction by Angus Ross. 110 PP with 3 engravings, plus 8 pages with 12 b/w photos. Eps: 2 maps of Auckland Islands. Original cloth cover, dj with colour vignette on front. Occasional foxing. Near fine. Scarce. 21.8 x 14.5.
Story of these Sub-Antarctic islands: discovery, whaling stations, wrecks.
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$55

20887
McLEAN, Gavin
CANTERBURY COASTERS

NZ Ship & Marine Society. Wellington. 1987. 1st edition limited to 1000 copies. 96 PP with numerous b/w illust. (photographs & line drawings by S.V. Lampard). Half title page: Funnel of a Canterbury coaster. Title spread: M/V Calm Ashore Waiweranui Pt. Inside front cover: sketch map of New Zealand. Pictorial card cover. Fine. 26 x 18.5. 0959783407
Signed copy No. 213/1000. The "Canterbury Steam Shipping Company".
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$50

31966
McMANUS, Michael
A TREASURY OF AMERICAN SCRIMSHAW - A collection of the useful and decorative

Penguin Studio. New York. 1997. 1st printing. X, 150 PP with 7 b/w headpieces and 200 colour photos. Fp: Jagging wheel in Walrus ivory. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 23.6 x 22.2. 0670862347
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$40

73591
MADIGAN, Cecil Thomas
MADIGAN'S ACCOUNT: The Mawson Expedition / The Antarctic Diaries of C. T. Madigan 1911-1914

Wellington Bridge Press. Kingston, Tas. 2012. 1st Ed. Transcribed by Julia Wynnis Madigan. VIII, 608 PP b/w illustrations: drawings, sketches, 154 photos and 11 facsimiles of title-page and pages of original manuscript as well as 2 pages of "Renmark Magazine" Nov.-Dec. 1915 newspaper pages. Eps: facsimile of manuscript. Fp: portrait of Cecil Thomas Manigan, 1910. Laminated pictorial boards. Fine (as new condition). 25.6 x 18.4. 9781921767098
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$80

73484
MANDER-JONES, Phyllis (editor)
MANUSCRIPTS IN THE BRITISH ISLES RELATING TO AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND THE PACIFIC

ANU Press. Canberra. 1972. 1st Ed. XXIII, 697 PP. Cloth cover, dulled gilt title on faded spine. Covers with light shelf wear, o/wise contents fine. 25 x 16. 0708104509
Source materials found in Great Britain and Ireland.
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$20

73115
MARTIN, Ken
WALKS OF THE SHIPWRECK COAST & VOLCANO COUNTRY

Bas Publishing. Seaford, Vic. 2010. 2nd edition, completely revised and updated. 205, (3) PP with colour illustratons: maps, plans an photos. Pictorial stiff covers. Fine (mint condition). 21 x 14.8. 9781921496080
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$20

19424
MARX, Robert F. & Jenifer
THE SEARCH FOR SUNKEN TREASURE - Exploring the World's Great Shipwrecks

Random House. Sydney. 1993. 1st Australian edition. 192 PP profusely illustrated with mostly colour photos. Fp: A diver with a pot recovered form a sixth-century Etruscan shipwreck. Title page: A Chinese ocean-going trading ship. Half title page: Gold and silver coins washed ashore off the Panama coast. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 28.5 x 22. 0091828147
The discovery of famous wrecks from around the world, the HMS Bounty, the Andrea Doria, the Titanic and the Mary Rose, etc.. Salvage operations and recovery of artifacts, many of them priceless pieces of jewellery, pottery, coins...
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$20

73460
MATTHEWS, Owen
GLORIOUS MISADVENTURES - Nikolai Rezanov and the Dream of a Russian America

Bloomsbury. New York. 2013. 1st Ed. XIV, 384, (2) PP with 2 maps and 29 b/w illustrations (drawings, engravings, sketches), plus 16 pages with 5 b/w and 31 colour illustrations. Hard covers, gilt title on spine, dj. Top outside edge with a rermainder mar, o/wise fine. 24 x 16.2. 9781620402399
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$40

21085
MEAR, Roger & SWAN, Robert
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF SCOTT

Jonathan Cape. London. 1987. 1st Ed. XIV, 306 PP with 106 b/w, col. photos. Fp: Ice cliffs of Barne Glacier. FEP: Antarctic continent. REP: Routes of Shackleton, Scott & Southern Journey of 1985. Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5. 0224014183
The polar march by three scientists, following the 883 miles of Scott's route of 1912 and climbing Mount Erebus.
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$15

45335
MELLEFONT, Jeffrey
PARIS IN INDIA (in Signals No. 64)

Australian National Maritime Museum. Sydney. 2003. No. 64, September - November 2003. Contains article between P.24 and 27 with 3 b/w and 5 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.8 x 21.
Maritime heritage on the southern coasts (Malabar in the West and Coromandel in the East) of India recorded by Vice Amiral François Edmond Paris during the first half of the 19th century.
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$15

72158
MELVILLE, Henry, Edited by George Mackaness
THE HISTORY OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND from the Year 1824 to 1835, inclusive - Part I, Part II & Part III (in Three Parts)

D.S. Ford, Printers. Sydney. 1959. 1st edition of 150 copies, with an Introduction, Notes and Commentary by George Mackaness. One of the 135 privately printed, numbered (No. 91) and signed by George Mackaness. Part I: 79 PP with 6 b/w illustrations (4 portraits). Fp: Portrait of Lieutenant-Governor William Sorell. Part II: 59 PP with 5 b/w illustrations (5 portraits) Fp: Portait of Lieutentant-Governor Sir George Arthur. Part III: 60 PP with 4 b/w illustrations (3 portraits). Fp: Lieut-Governor Sir George Arthur. Stapled card covers, title on front. Hand numbered and signed by the editor on verso of title page. Covers lightly soiled. Near fine. 24.4 x 15.
... During the Administration of Lieutenant-Governor George Arthur.
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$75

73317
MIDDLEMISS, Norman
Memorable Ships: BENLOYAL: Ben Line Cargo-Liners / Feature: OFFSHORE WIND TURBINE INSTALLATION VESSELS / Forgotten Fleets: CHAPMAN & WILLAN: Carlton Steamship Co. / Port of Call: OSAKA and KOBE (in SHIPPING TODAY and YESTERDAY, No. 342)

Tandy Media Publishing. Bexhill-on-Sea, UK. 2018. Issue No. 342, August 2018. Edited by Nigel Lawrence. 68 PP. Contains 4 articles between pages: 18 to 32 and 46 to 59 with b/w and colour illustrations (House-Flag & Funnel and photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 21.
Other article - Through the eyes of the artist by David Eeles: The Port of Hamburg, Part One.
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$10

73314
MIDDLEMISS, Norman
Memorable Ships: CITY OF MELBOURNE / Feature: HORN LINE OF HAMBURG: 140 Years of a German Family of Shipowners / Forgotten Fleets: HULL GATES SHIPPING Co. Ltd. (in SHIPPING TODAY and YESTERDAY, No. 339)

Tandy Media Publishing. Bexhill-on-Sea, UK. 2018. Issue No. 339, May 2018. Edited by Nigel Lawrence. 68 PP. Contains 3 articles between pages: 18 to 21, 22 to 31, 54 to 59 with b/w and colour illustrations (House-Flag & Funnel and photos), plus a 16 page "CRUISE SHIP GUIDE 2018", with 15 colour photos, loosely inserted. . Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 21.
Other article - Through the eyes of the artist by David Eeles: The Railway Steamers, Part Three.
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$10

73315
MIDDLEMISS, Norman
Memorable Ships: EMPIRE WINDRUSH: Immigrant Ship and Trooper / Feature: CHINESE PASSENGER AND CONTAINER/PASSENGER (CONPAX) SHIPS / Forgotten Fleets: HARRIS & DIXON Ltd. / Port of Call: Papeete (in SHIPPING TODAY and YESTERDAY, No. 340)

Tandy Media Publishing. Bexhill-on-Sea, UK. 2018. Issue No. 340, June 2018. Edited by Nigel Lawrence. 68 PP. Contains 4 articles between pages: 18 to 32, and 52 to 63 with b/w and colour illustrations (House-Flag & Funnel and photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 21.
Other article - Through the eyes of the artist by David Eeles: The Railway Steamers, Part Four.
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$10

73313
MIDDLEMISS, Norman
Memorable Ships: EMPRESS OF JAPAN / Feature: THE TANKER FLEETS OF THE OIL MAJORS / Forgotten Fleets: HEAD LINE OF BELFAST & Ulster Steamship Co. Ltd. (in SHIPPING TODAY and YESTERDAY, No. 338)

Tandy Media Publishing. Bexhill-on-Sea, UK. 2018. Issue No. 338, April 2018. Edited by Nigel Lawrence. 68 PP. Contains 3 articles between pages: 18 to 21, 22 to 31, 54 to 59 with b/w and colour illustrations (House-Flag & Funnel and photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 21.
Other article - Through the eyes of the artist by David Eeles: The Railway Steamers, Part Two.
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$10

73318
MIDDLEMISS, Norman
Memorable Ships: KRISTIANIAFJORD and BERGENSFJORD: Norwegian Amerika Line / Feature: WESTFAL-LARSEN A/S: A Bergen Shipowner / Forgotten Fleets: WATTS, WATTS & Co. Ltd, The Britain Steamship Co. / Port of Call: BERGEN (in SHIPPING TODAY and YESTERDAY, No. 343)

Tandy Media Publishing. Bexhill-on-Sea, UK. 2018. Issue No. 343, September 2018. Edited by Nigel Lawrence. 68 PP. Contains 4 articles between pages: 18 to 32 and 46 to 59 with b/w and colour illustrations (House-Flag & Funnel and photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 21.
Other article - Through the eyes of the artist by David Eeles: The Port of Hamburg, Part Two.
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$10

73320
MIDDLEMISS, Norman
Memorable Ships: PORT JACKSON, of 1937 / Feature: MATSON LINES: The Hawaiian Shipping Company / Forgotten Fleets: THE HOG ISLANDERS: The Emergency American Ships of World War I / Port of Call: JACKSONVILLE AND FERNANDINA BEACH (in SHIPPING TODAY and YESTERDAY, No. 345)

Tandy Media Publishing. Bexhill-on-Sea, UK. 2018. Issue No. 345, November 2018. Edited by Nigel Lawrence. 68 PP. Contains 4 articles between pages: 18 to 30 and 48 to 60 with b/w and colour illustrations (House-Flag & Funnel and photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 21.
Other article - Through the eyes of the artist by David Eeles: ELDER DEMPSTER - Part ONE; 1852-1930.
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$10

73319
MIDDLEMISS, Norman
Memorable Ships: THE INTER-WAR P.& O.'C' CLASS PASSENGERS LINERS / Feature: PACIFIC CARRIERS LIMITED (PCL) OF SINGAPORE; The Kuok family Shipping Empire / Forgotten Fleets: THE EFFOA OF FINLAND / Port of Call: WELLINGTON (in SHIPPING TODAY and YESTERDAY, No. 344)

Tandy Media Publishing. Bexhill-on-Sea, UK. 2018. Issue No. 344, October 2018. Edited by Nigel Lawrence. 68 PP. Contains 4 articles between pages: 16 to 33 and 46 to 60 with b/w and colour illustrations (House-Flag & Funnel and photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 21.
Other article - Through the eyes of the artist by David Eeles: The Port of Hamburg, Part Three.
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$10

71969
MIGOT, André
THE LONELY SOUTH

Travel Book Club. London. 1956. Reprint of the 1956 original published by Rupert Hart-Davis. 206 PP with 3 maps, plus 26 pages with 38 b/w photos. Fp: Author with Penguins. Hard cover. Occasional foxing. A very good copy. 22.3 x 14.5.
The author, a doctor attached to the French Polar expeditions, stayed for a year (in 1953) in Kerguelen and travelled to the Australian Antarctic base of Mawson in early 1954. Image shows the Title-page and Frontispiece.
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$20

73466
MOORE, Peter
ENDEAVOUR - The Ship and the Attitude that Changed the World

Vintage Books / Penguin Random House. Sydney. 2018. 1st paperback edition. XII, 420 PP with 2 maps (1 on double page), plus 16 pages with 7 b/w and 25 colour illustrations. Pictorial stiff covers. Slight ageing of paper. Near fine. 23.3 x 15.2. 9780143780267
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$20

54383
MORAN TOWING
TOW LINE - Vol. XII, No. 3 and Vol. XIV, Nos. 2, 3 & 4

Moran Towing and Transportation Co., Inc. New York. 1959 & 1961. 4 issues. A total of 80 PP with b/w illustrations. Edited by Frank O. BRAYNARD & Jeff BLINN. Original pictorial soft covers (1 of the issues in colour). Office circulation stamp on front cover. Very good set with one cover reinforced. Image shows cover of Vol.XII, No.3. 28 x 21.5.
Regular headings: 50 years ago. Recommended Reading. Ashore and Afloat.... Vol. XII, No. 3: Saluting the Mariners Museum, Newport News, Virginia. Vol. XIV, No. 2: Centrefold: S. S. Rotterdam of Nederlansch-Amerikaansche Stoomvart Maatschappij, by Harold Sterner. No. 3: Moran tugs Join the Navy for Holy Loch Tow. No. 4: Centrefold: R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth, by Harold Sterner.
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$20

73431
MORRIS, Kenneth
GEORGE BASS IN WESTERN PORT, incorporating Geoge Bass & the convicts

Bass Valley Historical Society. Bayswater, Vic. 1997. Hand numbered edition (No. 333). (2), 34 PP with 7 b/w illustrations by Libby Skidmore (1 portrait, 1 sketch and 5 maps). Stiff covers, illustration and title on front cover, staples. Near fine. 21 x 14.8.. 0959178724
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$20

50262
MOUROT, Suzanne & JONES, Paulette
THE GREAT SOUTHLAND, Treasures of the Mitchell and Dixson Libraries and Dixson Galleries

Sun Academy Series. Melbourne. 1979. 1st Ed. 80 PP with b/w & colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Signed by the author on title page. Fine. 28.5 x 21.5. 0725103345
Over 100 b/w or colour reproductions showing the extensive range of these magnificent collections.
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$25

65729
MUNDLE, Robert
BLIGH: Master Mariner

Hachette Australia. Sydney. 2010. 1st Ed. XXXII, 368 PP with 6 maps (3 on double page), plus 8 pages with b/w and colour illustrations (facsimile of documents, etchings, paintings & watercolours). FEP: Point Venus, Tahiti. REP: The Providence and her tender Assistant. Hard cover, device and title in blind on front board and spine, dj. Fine. 24 x 16. 9780733625060
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$25

31094
MUNDLE, Robert
SIR JAMES HARDY, An Adventurous Life

Margaret Gee. Sydney. 1993. 1st Ed. VIII, 287 PP with Sir James Hardy's personal coat of arms E Moribus Sit Homo, plus 16 pages with 34 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 24 x 15.7. 1875574220
Sportsman, outstanding yachtsman, businessman, vigneron...
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$15

71909
MURRAY ISLES
1991 CATALOGUE OF SERVICES & STOCK PLANS, Including complete plans for a 4.8 metre Plywood Rowing Dory

Murray Isles Small Craft Designs. Kettering, Tas. 1991. 1991 edition. 59 & 18 ("Mullet Creek" Stitch & Tape Dory) PP with b/w illustrations: 14 set of plans and 16 "stock plans" on folded page. Soft covers, illustrated front, clear plastic front, spiral bound. Very good. 29.7 x 21.
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$20

73483
MUSGRAVE, Thomas
CASTAWAY ON THE AUCKLANDS - The Wreck of the "Grafton", from the Private Journals of ...

A. H & A. W. Reed. Wellington. 1943. 1st Ed. with a preface by A.H. Reed & A.W. Reed. 125 PP with 4 b/w illustrations:, including the frontispiece, by Conrad Frieboe. Inside covers: Map of the Auckland Islands. Hard covers, front board with a colour vignette, title on front board and spine. Foxing spots on outside edges. Fine. Scarce. 18.2 x 12.
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$90

73291
MUSKETT, Philip E.
THE ILLUSTRATED AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL GUIDE (in Two Volumes + special "Envelope")

William Brooks & Co. Ltd. Sydney. 1903. 1st edition. Vol. I: LXXII, 506, (14 pages for the purpose of recording dates and particulars of sickness...) PP with 83 figures, plus 2 plates in colour: Frontispiece "Front view of the organs withinn the Chest and Abdomen" with transparency details / at end of Vol. I: Position of the Principal Arteries, Veins and Nerves of the body. Vol. 2: LVI, 558, (16 pages for records...) PP with 29 figures (84 to 113), plus 2 colour plates - Frontispiece: Back view of the organs with transparency details / at end of books: Mannequin or Coloured Figure showing position and shape of different organs. Booklet "The Female Organs of Generation ..." (2), 34 PP with 16 figures (114 to 130), plus FP (colour plate): "Internal View of a Woman with child" with transparency details. Soft covers, stitches, contained in a sealed envelope, loosely insertd. All illustrations by D. H. Souter. Modern binding: Half bound, Marbled boards, gilt devices and title on a leather spine with raised bands. Marbled endpapers. Occasional foxing, o/wise fine condition. 26.2 x 18.
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$300

73108
MYRES, Rear-Admiral J A L (editor)
SYMBOLS AND ABBREVIATIONS USED ON ADMIRALTY CHARTS

Hydrographic Department. Taunton, UK. 1992. Reprint of the 1991 edition. Chart 5011 (Int 1). 75 PP with b/w or colour sketches. Stiff covers, pictorial front (in colour). Marks from old damp, o/wise contents very good. 29.5 x 21.
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$10

71808
N/A
NOTES ON AUSTRALIAN CARGOES

South Australian Stevedoring Company Ltd. Adelaide. c. 1930. 1st ed. 64 PP. Soft leather covers gilt title on front, thumbnail index. Covers with light wear and soiling, o/wise very good. Small format: 12 x 8.
From Apples & Alunite ... to...Zinc.
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$20

72272
N/A
TASMANIA - The Wonderland

Tasmanian Government Tourist Bureau. Hobart. c. 1934. 1st Ed. No pagination, 52 PP with 26 b/w illustrations (1 map of Tasmania, 1 drawing and 24 photos) and 14 colour illustratoions (watercolour paintings by John Eldershaw). Stapled card covers a little browned around edges with light wear, o/wise contents fine. 28 x 22.2.
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$50

73506
N/A
THE YACHTING AND BOATING MONTHLY [Illustrated] - Volume II - Nos. VII to XII - November 1906 - April 1907

The "Field" Office. London. 1906-1907. 1st Ed. (IV), No.7: P. 1 to 78. Fp: Sir James Pender, Bart., Vice-Commodore R.T.Y.C. No.8: P79 to P.156. Fp: Mr. Myles B; Kennedy. No.9: (Now as The Yachting and Boating Monthly) P.157 to P.242. Fp: Sir Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart. No.10: P. 243 to P. 328. Fp: M. Albert Glandaz, Vice-President Y.C.F. No.11: P; 329 to P. 414. Fp: Mr. Augustus Manning, Vice-President Y.R.A. No.12: P. 415 to P.496. Fp: H.S.H. Prince Albert of Monaco. All issues with b/w photos and illustrations, folded plans, sketches, some full-page and printed on superior quality paper. Includes an Index to the contents of all six numbers, listing Special Articles, Portrait Studies, Supplements, Designs and Plans. Bound in blue cloth with gilt title on front cover and spine. A near fine copy of early editions. 29 x 23.
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$150

73561
N/A
THE YACHTING AND BOATING MONTHLY [Illustrated] - Volume III - Nos. XIII to XVIII - May 1907 - October 1907

The "Field" Office. London. 1907. 1st Ed. (IV), 546 PP. No.13:: P. 1 to 82. Fp: Mr. R. E. Froude. No.14: P 83 to P.168. Fp: Mrs Turner-Farley. No.15: P.169 to P.262. Fp: Captain R.T. Dixon. No.16: P. 263 to P. 358. Fp: The Royal Yacht Squadron Sailing Committee. No.17: P; 359 to P. 452. Fp: The Earl of Dunraven, K.P. No.18: P. 453 to P.546. Fp: The Earl of Crawford, K.T. All issues with b/w photos and illustrations, folded plans, sketches, some full-page and printed on superior quality paper. Includes an Index to the contents of all six numbers, listing Special Articles, Portrait Studies, Supplements, Designs and Plans. Bound in blue cloth with gilt title on front cover and spine. A near fine copy of early editions. 29 x 23.
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$150

73562
N/A
THE YACHTING AND BOATING MONTHLY [Illustrated] - Volume IV - Nos. XIX to XXIV - November 1907 to April 1908

The "Field" Office. London. 1908. 1st Ed. (IV), 456 PP. No.19: P. 1 to 82. Fp: Colonel R.G. Sharman-Crawford, DL. No.20: P 83 to P.164. Fp: Sir Thomas Lipton. No.21: P.165 to P.238. Fp: Mr. Kenneth M. Clark. No.22: P. 239 to P. 308. Fp: The Marquis of Ailsa. No.23: P; 309 to P. 382. Fp: Lord Howard de Walden. No.24: P. 383 to P. 456. Fp: Lord Desborough. All issues with b/w photos and illustrations, folded plans, sketches, some full-page and printed on superior quality paper. Includes an Index to the contents of all six numbers, listing Special Articles, Portrait Studies, Supplements, Designs and Plans. Bound in blue cloth with gilt title on front cover and spine. A near fine copy of early editions. 29 x 23.
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$150

73563
N/A
THE YACHTING AND BOATING MONTHLY [Illustrated] - Volume V - Nos. XXV to XXX - May to October 1908

The "Field" Office. London. 1908. 1st Ed. (IV), 488 PP. No.25: P. 1 to 78. Fp: Mr Maciver. No.26: P 79 to P.160. Fp: Mr. Cyril Potter. No.27: P.161 to P. 234. Fp: Sir Archibald ORR-Ewing. No.28: P. 235 to P. 324. Fp: HRH The Prince of Wales. No.29: P. 325 to P. 406. Fp: Mr. Aaron de Anchorena. No.30: P. 407 to P. 488. Fp: Mr. E. W. Ingleby, Vice-Commodore. All issues with b/w photos and illustrations, folded plans, sketches, some full-page and printed on superior quality paper. Includes an Index to the contents of all six numbers, listing Special Articles, Portrait Studies, Supplements, Designs and Plans. Bound in blue cloth with gilt title on front cover and spine. A near fine copy of early editions. 29 x 23.
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$150

73564
N/A
THE YACHTING AND BOATING MONTHLY [Illustrated] - Volume VI - Nos. XXXI to XXXVI - November 1908 to April 1909

The "Field" Office. London. 1909. 1st Ed. (IV), 428 PP. No. 31: P. 1 to 78. Fp: Mr John Inglis. No. 32: P 79 to P.152. Fp: Capt. Philip Hunlocke. No.33: P.153 to P. 216. Fp: Mr Charles Newton-Robinson. No.34: P. 217 to P. 286. Fp: the Hon. Mr. Justice Channell. No.35: P. 287 to P. 356. Fp: Mr. Almeric Paget. No.36: P. 357 to P. 428. Fp: Mr. H. S. Tuke, A.R.A. All issues with b/w photos and illustrations, folded plans, sketches, some full-page and printed on superior quality paper. Includes an Index to the contents of all six numbers, listing Special Articles, Portrait Studies, Supplements, Designs and Plans. Bound in blue cloth with gilt title on front cover and spine. A little light foxing on first and last pages, o/wise a near fine copy of early editions. 29 x 23.
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$150

73505
N/A
THE YACHTING MONTHLY [Illustrated] - Volume I - Nos. 1 to VI - May to October

The "Field" Office. London. 1906. 1st Ed. (IV) No.1: P. 1 to 84. Colour Fp: H.M. King Edward VII, Admiral of the Royal Yacht Squadron (drawn by Cecil Cutler). No.2: P. 85 to 160 and colour Fp: H.M. the Emperor William II, Commodore of the Kaiserlicher Yacht Club. No.3: P.161 to P.242. Colour Fp: H.M. King Alfonso XIII, Patron of the Real Club Nautico. No.4: P. 243 to 328. Fp: The Marquis of Ormonde and the Duke of Leeds, Commodore and Vice-Commodore of the Royal Yacht Squadron. No.5: P. 329 to P. 414. Fp: Mr. Robert W.N. Young. No.6: P. 415 to P.496. Fp: Mr. W.P. Burton. All issues with b/w photos and illustrations, folded plans, sketches, some full-page, printed on superior quality paper. Includes an Index to the contents of all six numbers, listing Special Articles, Portrait Studies, Supplements, Chronicles of the Ancient Britons, New Yachts described and illustrated, Designs and Plans. Bound in blue cloth with gilt title on front cover and spine. A near fine copy of the scarce first Volume. 29 x 23.
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$200

70498
NAA
THE LOG - Quarterly Journal of the Nautical Association of Australia Inc. - Volume 51

Nautical Association of Australia Inc. Melbourne. 2018. (new series), Nos. 1 (issue 211) to 4 (issue 214) + Index 2018. Edited by Howard Dick. 278 PP with b/w and colour photos, Index 2018 with 16 pages (Illustrations, Merchant Ships, Naval Vessels). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 21 x 15.
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$35

57001
NASH, Michael
CAPTAIN ROBINSON : The Reminiscences of a Tasmanian Master Mariner. James Williams Robinson 1824-1906

Blubber Head Press. Hobart. 2009. 1st edition limited to 500 numbered copies. X, 175, (3) PP with 20 b/w illustrations, plus 8 pages with 5 b/w and 11 colour illustrations. Fp: Portrait of Captain James William Robinson. Eps: Map of the South Pacific Ocean. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 24.8 x 17. 9780908528349
Bay-whaling in Tasmania then pelagic whaling. Sealing on Heard Island. Guano in Queensland. Trading in the Indian and the Pacific Oceans...
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$55

73608
[NAVAL]
MEMORIA DAS ARMADAS / (CHUAN TUI PEI WANG LU) / MEMORANDUM OF THE FLEETS

Instituto Cultural de Macau / Museu Maritimo de Macau / Comisão Territorial de Macau para as Comemoraçoes dos Descobrimentos Portugueses. Macau. 1995. 1st tri-lingual edition (Portuguese / Chinese / English) limited to 3500 copies. Introduction by Luis de Albuquerque, October 1979. 154 PP with 79 pages of facsimile of the manuscript and illustrations belonging to the Lisbon Academy of Science. Title page in b/w and 78 illustrated pages in colour of original Fleet List with accounts of the India Fleet in Portuguese. Cloth covers, gilt title on front board and spine, contained in an illustrated slipcase. Fine. Scarce. 45.5 x 30.2 9723501724
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$400

73626
NAVANTIA
NAVANTIA PROFILE - Pacific 2010

Navantia / c. Velasquez. Madrid. 2010. 1st Ed. Foreword by Aurelio Martinez Estévez, Chairman. 32 PP with Colour illustrations: 1 sketch map of Spain, 3 photos of Navantia shore establishements, 4 illustrated tables, 3 photos of personnel and 28 of Navy ships. Plus 7 laminated files with colour photo (7 on recto and 21 on verso) with characteristics. Pictorial soft covers. Fine. 30 x 21.
File prepared for the PACIFIC 2010 Exhibition.
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$25

52058
NAYLER, G. A.
SHIPWRECKS ALONG THE SOUTHERN COAST

Author. Geelong. c. 1975. 1st Ed. 96 PP with 11 location maps, 2 drawings and 80 b/w photos. Pictorial stiff covers with light wear. Near fine. 21.5 x 13.5.
Southern coast of Victoria.
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$15

73523
NESDALE, Iris
ACTION STATIONS! - Tribal Destroyers of the Royal Australian Navy

HMAS Warramunga Veterans' Association, South Australian Branch. Adelaide. 1989. 1st Ed. Foreword by Vice-Admiral M. W. Hudson. X, (2), 206 PP with 3 maps, 9 line drawings and 145 b/w photos, plus 1 folded plan on general arrangement of the HMAS Arunta, at rear of book. Cloth cover, dj. A fine copy. Scarce. 25.3 x 17.5. 0949552011
Origin of this class of destroyer: HMAS Arunta, Warramunga, Bataan. Their WWII operations: Guadalcanal, New Guinea, Leyte Gulf, Lingayen & Suriago.... Post WWII.
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$65

30984
NIGHTINGALE, Tony
THE PACIFIC FORUM LINE - A commitment to regional shipping

Clerestory Press. Christchurch, N.Z. 1998. 1st Ed. XVIII, 142 PP with 1 diagram, 3 maps, 5 ship's profiles and 64 b/w illustrations, plus 4 pages with 8 colour photos. Eps: Map of Pacific Forum Line world, We run the Pacific regularly. Laminated pictorial boards. Fine. 24 x 18.5. 0958370648
Published to mark PFL's first twenty years of regular and efficient shipping to the Pacific Island Nations.
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$10

51933
NOBLE, Captain John
THE GOLDEN AGE OF SAIL OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND

Currey O'Neil. Melbourne. 1985. 1st Ed. IX, 118 PP with 98 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj. Signature of author on half-title page. A little foxing on top edge, dust jacket has a little wear near spine, o/wise fine. 25 x 25. 0859021947
Collection of maritime photographs capturing the glorious and romantic days when sailors relied on wind and currents.
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$15

41508
NOBLE, Denis L.
LIFEBOAT SAILORS - The U.S. Coast Guard 's Small Boat Stations

Brassey's. Washington. 2001. 1st Ed. XVI, 247 PP with 16 head pieces, 2 maps and 31 b/w photos. Title page: crossing the bar. Pictorial soft cover. Faint foxing, o/wise fine. 22.8 x 15. 1574883364
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$15

72721
NORDHOFF, Charles & HALL, James Norman
THE BOUNTY TRILOGY

Little, Brown and Company. Boston. 1962. Wyeth edition, reprint of the 1940 original. (2), VI, 633 PP, plus 7 colour plates by N.C. Wyeth. Fp (in colour): H.M.S. Bounty. cover. FEP: The route of the "Bounty's Launch. REP: The route of the "Bounty". Hard covers, device on front cover, top edge tinted. Covers slightly soiled and with a piece missing at head of a repaired spine. Foxing spots on some pages and outside edges. Very good. 21.6 x 14.5.
Comprising the 3 volumes: Mutiny on the Bounty - Men against the Sea - Pitcairn's Island.
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$20

73362
NOREN, Anne (compiler)
FROM THE VALLEY TO THE ALLEY - A Journey through Currumbin

GECKO / Gold Coast & Hinterland Environment Council. Currumbin, Qld. 2001. 1st edited by Jeff Licence. (5), VII, 151 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial stiff covers. Spine lightly sunned and with a short repaired tear at top of front hinge. Near fine. 29.7 x 21.
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$75

73407
O'DRISCOLL, Gerald
A DICTIONARY OF NAVAL SLANG

Swift Press. London. 2021. 1st edition of the 1943 original publication by W.H. Allen. Foreword dated July 2021, by Richards Humphreys. 122 PP. Hard covers, pictorial front. New. 20.5 x 13.5. 9781800750654
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$30

72357
O'HARA BOOTH, Charles
THE JOURNAL OF CHARLES O'HARA BOOTH - Commandant of the Port Arthur Penal Settlement

Tasmanian Historical Research Association. Sandy Bay, Tas. 1981. 1st edition limited to 1000 copies. Edited with an Introduction by Dora Heard. XV, 298 PP with 1 map, plus 24 pages with 3 colour and 12 b/w plates. Fp (in colour): Portrait of Captain Charles O'Hara Booth. Cloth covers, gilt title on spine, dj. Light foxing spots on outside edges, o/wise a fine copy. Scarce. 24.2 x 15.7. 0909479119
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$80

61896
OLIJNYK, Elynor Frances
CHARLES ROBBINS RN 1782 - 1805 - His Place in Maritime History

Photographic Art Gallery. Adelaide. 2004 1st Ed. Preface by Jonathan Scott Wallis, Master Mariner. XVIII, 91 PP with portrait of the author on last page, 1 facsimile of manuscript, 2 maps and illustrations (3 tail pieces, 10 headpieces, and 6 drawings) by Rolf Christiansen. FEP: Crossing of Bass Strait. REP: Map of N/W corner of Tasmania. Pictorial laminated boards. Fine. 21.8 x 15.5. 0646434861
Raising the British flag on King Island.. Survey of Port Phillip Bay and King Island.
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$40

34093
O'NEILL, Richard
SUICIDE SQUADS OF WORLD WAR II. Axis and Allied Special Attack Weapons of World War II: their Development and their Missions

Lansdowne Press. Sydney. 1981. 1st Australian edition. 296 PP with 6 maps, 18 tables, 60 diagrams and sketch-plans, and 130 b/w photos. FEP: Map of Japanese waters. REP: Map of the Channel and North Sea. Hard cover, dj. Foxing on outside edges. Near fine. 23.8 x 15.5. 0701816104
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$10

68805
ORIENT LINE
R. M. S. ORONSAY, 20,000 Tons

Orient Line. London. c. 1925. Travel brochure. No pagination, 16 PP with 8 b/w illustrations (1 with Oronsay under steam , 1 of boat deck and 6 of accommodation). Soft cover, Crest and title on front cover, staples. Fine. 16.3 x 17.2.
Built 1925. Maiden voyage to Australia started 7 February 1925.
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$35

72197
ORIENT LINE & ANNAND, Douglas
S.S. "ORONTES" - Menus "Impressions of Racecourses" (set of 7)

Orient Line. London. 1957. Complete set of 7 folded Menus, on board S.S. Orontes, November 1957. "Impressions of Racecourses". Front cover, colour illustrations by Douglas Annand / details on back cover / inside, Dinner Menu. Very light foxing. Near fine. 25.3 x 17.
Front covers - Aintree (The Grand National) / Ascot (Royal Ascot) / Flemington (Melbourne Cup) / Picnic Meeting (bush festival throughout Australia) / Point to Point (English equivalent to the Australian Picnic Race) / Racing at Sea (Epsom) / Randwick (Sydney).
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$120

72989
[PACIFIC WAR]
CORAL SEA "50" COMMEMORATION

The Australia-United States Coral Sea Commemorative Council, Inc. Sydney. 1992. Illustrated folder containing 9 Items: " The Battle of the Coral Sea" - a short history " / "Logo", / "Charter" / "' Media background" (2 pages), "Program of Events": 20 pages / Message from the Prime Minister of Australia and the Ambassador of the United States of America / President Bush addresses Australian Parliament / Map of Sydney Harbour for the RAN / USN Sail Pass / Folded poster (Recto: HMAS Australia under attack in the Coral Sea, May 1842 / Verso: Mapin colour). Fine condition. Format folder: 31 x 21.5.
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$20

69066
PADFIELD, Peter
NELSON'S WAR

London. 1976. Book Club Associates. Reprint of the 1976 original published by Granada, in the British at War series. 200 PP with 7 maps, 8 colour and 77 b/w illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 24.2 x 18.8.
The Glorious First of June. St Vincent, the Nile, Copenhagen, Trafalgar.
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$10

69083
PADFIELD, Peter
THE TITANIC AND THE CALIFORNIAN

Hodder & Stoughton. London. 1965. 1st Ed. 318 PP with table & diagrams, plus 8 pages with 11 b/w photos. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, Typescript note pasted down on inside front cover indicating details of the Californian and it's position when torpedoed. Covers lightly soiled with light shelf wear, o/wise near fine. 22 x 14.5.
The author disproves the theory upheld by two Courts of Inquiry, that the Leyland liner "Californian" was within sight of the disaster which 'beset' the Titanic.
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$25

71905
PARKASH, Samuel & RIGBY, Malcolm (editor)
BIBLIOGRAPHY ON PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY OF THE INDIAN OCEAN

American Meteorological Society. Washington, DC. 1965. June 1965 edition, in the Meteorogical and Geoastrophysical Abstracts series. (4), XIII, 122 PP. Soft covers, title on front cover, staples. Covers have a few light marks and initials. Initials at top of Title Page and Contents Page. Near fine. 27.7 x 21.5.
474 entries.
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$35

73494
PARKINSON, C. Northcote
WAR IN THE EASTERN SEAS 1793-1815

Allen & Unwin. London. 1954. 1st Ed. 477 PP (3 adv.) with 2 drawings & 15 maps (7 on full page), plus 16 pages with 14 b/w illust. Fp: Admiral Peter Rainier. FEP: Chart showing tracks of the French cruisers 1804-1806. REP: Tracks during SW and NE monsoon and insets for Madras, Bombay, Calcutta. Cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket has a few small chips and is in a protective sleeve. A near fine copy. Scarce. 24 x 16.
The Napoleonic wars in the East-Indies station, a theatre stretching from the Cape of Good Hope to China.
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$60

68569
PARKS & WILDLIFE SERVICE
MACQUARIE ISLAND

Parks & Wildlife Service. Hobart. 2001. 1st Ed. 36 PP with 1 map with location map (in colour), 4 b/w and 50 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Rear cover with a crease, o/wise contents fine. Oblong: 21 x 29.7. 0724662731
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$20

73463
PARSONS, Ronald
TASMANIAN SHIPS REGISTERED 1826-1850

Ronald H. Parsons. Magill, SA. 1980. 1st Ed. II, 102 PP. Stapled typescript. Card cover, illustrated front. Slight ageing of paper. From the Library of historian Honoré Forster (Australian Whaling specialist) signed and dated with a pencil. Few foxing spots on covers and outside edges. Contents near fine. Oblong: 16.5 x 20.6. 0909418179
Full details of every ship enrolled by the Registrar of British Ships at the ports of Hobart Town and Launceston.
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$30

73519
PERRY, T. M.
THE DISCOVERY OF AUSTRALIA - The Charts and Maps of the Navigators and Explorers

Thomas Nelson. Melbourne. 1982. 1st Ed. 160 PP with 84 plates (30 in full colour). Fp: Chart: Detail of "Mar di India". Eps: Map with coast of Coral Sea and Gulf of Carpentaria. Quarter cloth, decorated boards, gilt title on spine, dj (chart of Hollandia Nova). Dust jacket with protective sleeve. Ex Library copy with library stamp on verso of title page, cancelled stamp on front endpaper, sellotape marks and rubbed patches on endpapers. Otherwise contents are near fine. Large format: 36 x 26. 0170060691
From Terra Australis Incognita to Australia, explained with the charts & maps of explorers & surveyors.
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$45

73485
PERRY, T. M. & PRESCOTT, Dorothy F.
A GUIDE TO MAPS OF AUSTRALIA IN BOOKS PUBLISHED 1780-1830 - An Annotated Cartobibliography

National Library of Australia. Canberra. 1996. 1st Ed. VIII, 315 PP with 9 b/w illustrations (charts, maps and plans). Hard cover, illustrated boards. Fine. 25.8 x 18.2. 0642252378
Annotated listing of nearly 600 maps and charts of Australia and its parts published in English and foreign-language books between 1780 and 1830.
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$80

68502
PETERSWALD, Rob and Rosemary
BEYOND THE SHORE: Sailing, Seafood, Wine ... East Coast Australia

Hobart. 2004. Maroceania II Enterprises. 1st Ed. 252 PP with b/w and colour photos. Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 25.7 x 25.2. 9780646435619
Yacht "Oceania II", on the East coast of Australia: Port Davey in Tasmania to the top of Cape York Peninsula.
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$30

66460
PHILLIPS, Alan
AROUND-THE-WORLD CRUISING GUIDE - A Detailed Three to Seven Year Itinerary for your Voyage around the Globe

Brisbane. 2006. Coral Coast Printers. 1st Ed. (2), 346 PP with colour illustrations (From experiences gained on "Wallaby Creek"maps & sketch maps, plans & photos). Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 29.5 x 20.7. 0977587908
From his experience gained cruising his "Wallaby Creek".
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$75

68721
PLOWMAN, Peter
ACROSS THE SEA TO WAR - Australian and New Zealand Troop Convoys from 1865 through two World Wars to Korea and Vietnam

Rosenberg. Sydney. 2003. 1st Ed. 504 PP with 188 b/w photos. Fp: Moravian departs Woolloomooloo wharf on 17 January 1900. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 22.5 x 15. 9781877058066
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$40

73533
POOLMAN, Kenneth
THE KELLY

William Kimber. London. 1954. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Admiral the Earl Mountbatten of Burma. XII, 13-219, (5 adv.) PP with 1 map, plus 16 pages with 18 bw photos. Fp: "More Like a Submarine", H.M.S. Kelly returning to harbour after being torpedoed in the North Sea. Eps: Map of the Mediterranean Sea. Cloth cover, dj (price clipped). Dust jacket has part of the spine missing and is in a protective sleeve. Foxing on prelims and on outside page edges, o/wise contents near fine. 22 x 14.5.
The record of HMS Kelly by her only captain. A destroyer which fought on many fronts: North Sea, Norwegian waters, Malta, then Crete where she was sunk on 23rd May 1941.
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$30

69058
POTTER, Bill (editor)
THE MAHOGANY SHIP: Relic or Legend? - Proceedings of the Second Australian Symposium on the Mahogany Ship

Mahogany Ship Committee / Warnambool Institute Press. Warrnambool. 1987. 1st Ed. X, 130 PP with tables, figures and bw photos. Pictorial soft cover. Apart from Page 130 (last page) which has a fine mark on it on 10cm, not affecting the legibility and the last blank page (free fly of rear endpaper) which is crinkled/ruffled, the book is fine. 29.6 x 20.8. 0949759090
Symposium organized in September 1985. 13 papers on Java la Grande, coastal science and the Mahogany ship, remote sensing in shipwreck archaeology...
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$30

71972
POTVIN, Damase
THE SAGUENAY TRIP

Canada Steamship Lines / CSL. Montreal. 1947. 14th edition, 04/1947. (4), 118, XII PP with 28 b/w illustrations, plus 9 colour plates and 1 large folded map in colour at rear of book. Soft covers somewhat soiled, colour front. CSL Bookmark loosely inserted. Faint foxing. Very good. 19.5 x 14.4.
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$25

70556
POUSI, Eveliina (editor)
DISCOVER HELSINKI 2002

Helsinki. 2002. Sterling Julkaisut Oy Ltd. 5th edition. With a message from Eva-Riitta Siitonen, Lord Mayor. 96 PP with colour illustrations. Pictorial stiff covers. Fine. 25 x 25.
Visitor information ... Historic Suomenlinna... Museums & Art Treasures ...
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$15

57160
PREBBLE, John
THE DARIEN DISASTER

London. 1968. Secker & Warburg. London. 1968. 1st Ed. (X), 366 PP with 4 maps, plus 8 b/w plates. Eps (in colour): A large draught of the Gulf of Dazrien. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price clipped). Near fine. 22 x 14.5. 0436380062
The Colony of Darien on the Isthmus of Panama.
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$15

16144
QUARM, Roger & WILCOX, Scott
MASTERS OF THE SEA, British Marine Watercolours

Phaidon Press. Oxford. 1987. 1st Ed. 95, (1 index) PP with 87 b/w & colour paintings. Pictorial card cover. Fine. 28 x 24. 9780714824917
Catalogue published for the exhibition: Masters of the Sea. British Marine Watercolours 1650-1930. Watercolours from Alexander through Chambers, Constable, Cooke, Moore, Turner... to Van de Velde.
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$25

71980
QUINION, Michael
PORT OUT, STARBOARD HOME, and other language myths

Penguin Books. London. c. 2010. 20th reprint of the 2004 original. XVI, 282 PP. Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 20.5 x 13.5. 9780140515343
The fascinating stories we tell about the words we use.
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$15

71949
RAHS
JOURNAL AND PROCEEDINGS - Vol. V, Part V, 1919

Royal Australian Historical Society. Sydney. 1919. Volume V, Part V, 1919. Edited by S. H. Smith & William Dixon. 201-248 PP, plus frontispiece: portrait of William Timothy Cape. Soft cover. Slight ageing of paper. Very good. 20.8 x 13.
1 paper read before the Society, 26th November 1918: William Timothy Cape and other Pioneers of Secondary education in Australia, by S. H. Smith. Other article: Notes on Australian Artists (Part I), by William Dixon.
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$20

72919
RAHS
JOURNAL AND PROCEEDINGS - Vol XVII, Part II, 1931

Royal Australian Historical Society. Sydney. 1931. Volume XVII, Part II, 1931. By K. R. Cramp, Captain J. H. Watson. 89- 144 PP with 2 plans. Soft cover. Slight ageing of paper. Very good. 21 x 14.
Centenary of the Sydney Morning Herald. Historical Notes on Government House Domain, Sydney . History of Sydney Botanic Garden, by J.H. Maiden.
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$15

72918
RAHS
JOURNAL AND PROCEEDINGS - Vol XVII, Part V, 1931

Royal Australian Historical Society. Sydney. 1931. Volume XVII, Part V, 1931. By K. R. Cramp, Captain J. H. Watson. 289- 336 PP with 1 map of New Britain. Soft cover. Slight ageing of paper. Very good. 21 x 14.
Notes and Comments on "New Light on the Discovery of Australia", by Henry N. Stevens, by William Dixon. William Dampier on New Britain, by Bertram Calcutt.
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$15

72921
RAHS
JOURNAL AND PROCEEDINGS - Vol XVIII, Part II, 1932

Royal Australian Historical Society. Sydney. 1932. Volume XVIII, Part II, 1932. By K. R. Cramp, Captain J. H. Watson. 49-100 PP, plus 1 map. Soft cover. Slight ageing of paper. Very good. 21 x 14.
Development of an Australian Social Type. The KunderangRavines of New England, by J.F. Campbell.
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$15

72922
RAHS
JOURNAL AND PROCEEDINGS - Vol XVIII, Part V, 1932

Royal Australian Historical Society. Sydney. 1932. Volume XVIII, Part V, 1932. By K. R. Cramp, Captain J. H. Watson. 209-272 PP with 4 b/w photo, plus 1 folded map. Soft cover. Slight ageing of paper. Very good. 21 x 14.
Development of an Australian Social Type. The KunderangRavines of New England, by J.F. Campbell.
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$15

72914
RAHS
JOURNAL AND PROCEEDINGS - Volume X, Part II

Royal Australian Historical Society. Sydney. 1924 Volume X, Part II, 1924. 57-120 PP with 8 b/w illustrations. Soft cover. Rust marks on staple holes, o/wise very good. 21.2 x 13.5.
The valley of the Tank Stream, by J. F. Campbell.
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$15

72913
RAHS
JOURNAL AND PROCEEDINGS - Volume X, Part III

Royal Australian Historical Society. Sydney. 1924 Volume X, Part III, 1924. 121-168 PP with 5 b/w illustrations. Soft cover. Rust marks on staple holes, o/wise very good. 21.2 x 13.5.
Cook's Attitude to Australia, by F. S. Adrian. James Mario Matra - The father of Australia, by Captain J.H. Watson.
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$15

72912
RAHS
JOURNAL AND PROCEEDINGS - Volume X, Part IV

Royal Australian Historical Society. Sydney. 1924 Volume X, Part IV, 1924. 169-232 PP with 1 plan of Orange. Soft cover. Rust marks on staple holes, o/wise very good. 21.2 x 13.5.
Rare pictures relative to Australasia, by William Dixson. Sydney and district in 1824, as described by a French visitor on board "La Coquille".
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$15

41176
R.A.N., Serving Personnel of the
H.M.A.S. MK II

Royal Australian Navy / Australian War Memorial. Canberra. 1954. Reprint of the 1943 original. 200 PP with 3 maps, 44 b/w line drawings, 32 pages with b/w photos & 31 colour illust. Fp: HMAS Australia, Guadalcanal, 8th August, 1942. Decorated endpapers. Decorated cloth cover, dj (scarce). Slight ageing of paper on outside edges. Dust jacket with closed tears and a piece missing. Top corner of first page clipped. Very good. 28 x 22.
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$15

72835
REYNOLDS, L. C.
GUNBOAT 658

New English Library. London. 1974. 1st NEL paperback edition of the 1955 original. 192 PP with 4 maps. Pictorial soft covers. Ex Libris stamp of previous owner on half title page. Very good. 17.8 x 10.8.
Operations of a motor gunboat in the Mediterranean from the fall of Tunisia to the German surrender.
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$5

58288
RHSV
THE VICTORIAN HISTORICAL JOURNAL - Volume 52

Melbourne. 1981. Royal Historical Society of Victoria. Volume 52, Nos. 1 (February 1981) to 4 (November 1981), Issues 203 to 206. (1 content), 288 PP. Edited by G. FEATHERSTONE. Soft cover. Volumes 1 and 2 with signs of dampness on lower margin. Very good set. 21.6 x 14.8.
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$25

40258
RICE, Dr. Tony
VOYAGES OF DISCOVERY - Three Centuries of Natural History Exploration

Scriptum Editions / The Natural History Museum. London. 2000. 1st Ed., foreword by Dr. Neil Chalmers, and introduction by Dr. David Bellamy. 335 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, device in blind on front cover, dj. Faint foxing, o/wise fine. 32.2 x 27.8. 9781902686028
Voyage to Jamaica 1687-1689, by Sir Hans Sloane... Pacific crossing 1768-1771, by James Cook, Sir Joseph Banks & Sydney Parkinson. Return to the South Seas 1772-1775, by James Cook, Johann and George Forster... Fathoming the Deep 1872-1876, the Challenger expedition.
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$60

66268
RICHARDS, Rhys
CAPTAIN CHARLES BAYLEY: Whaling Master 1813-1857

Hobart. 2014. Navarine Publishing. 1st Ed. No. 65 in the Roebuck series. VI, 54 PP with 5 tables, 5 b/w illustrations (1 portrait, 2 paintings, 2 maps with insets and 4 photos) and colour illustrations (1 graph, 2 photos and 6 paintings). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 21 x 14.5. 9780992366025
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$20

21257
RICHARDS, Rhys
"MURIHIKU" Re-Viewed: A revised history of Southern New Zealand from 1804 to 1844

Lithographic Services. Wellington. 1995. 1st Ed. 152 PP with 5 maps in text. Stiff covers, illustrated front. Copy dated and signed by the author. Faint foxing spots on top outside edge, o/wise as new condition. Scarce. 26.8 x 19.6. 0473028379
Moa hunters and early Maoris, sealers, flax traders, shore whaling and bay whaling.
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$100

72532
RICHARDS, Rhys
SEALING IN THE SOUTHERN OCEANS 1788-1833

Paremata Press. Wellington. 2011. 1st Ed. 278 PP with 7 tables, & facsimile of log book page, 1 b/w photo, 2 engravings and 18 maps (some with insert). Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 24.9 x 17.5. 9780473164805
Collection of 12 articles, chapters and notes written from 1977 to 2006. Chapter 2: Prince Edward, Marion and Crozet islands. Chapter 3: St.Paul and Amsterdam Islands. Chapter 4: Desolation Island. Chapter 5: Kerguelen and Heard Islands. Chapter 6: Macquarie Island and Antipodes Islands. Chapter 7: First foreign sealing in New Zealand waters. Chapter 8: Murihiku and the Southern Islands of New Zealand. Chapter 9: The Auckland Islands. Chapter 10: Foreign sealing at the Chatham Islands. Chapter 11: Searching for Nimrod Islands. Chapter 12: Sealing in the Antarctic in 1821.
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$70

73420
RICHARDSON, Christine
JAMES BRINDLEY - Canal Pioneer

Waterways World Ltd. Burton-on-Trent, UK. 2004. 1st soft cover edition. VIII, 128 PP with family trees, b/w illustrations (documents, engravings, maps & plans and photos) and around 35 maps with blue colour. Vignette on title page: Portrait of James Brindley. Fp: Map of inland waterways (with Brindley canals shown in blue). Pictorial stiff covers. Fine. 27 x 21. 9781870002974
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$40

69193
RICHARDSON, Garry
SAIL & STEAM: Trading Vessels to Georges Bay, 1833-1958

Forty South Publishing / Bay of Fires Images and Publishing. Hobart. 2014. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Colin Denny. 311 PP with b/w, duotone and colour illustrations (documents, sketches, plans, paintings and photos). Fp (in colour): The Ketch "St Helens", by Bill Mearns (2013). Laminated pictorial boards. Signed by the author on title page. Fine. 30.2 x 21.5. 9780992551360
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$75

68703
RIESENBERG, Felix
CAPE HORN

Readers Union. London. 1950. Reprint of the 1941 edition. (8), 240 PP with 1 map, plus 12 b/w plates. FEP: Drake's Course from the Strait of Magellan to Elizabeth Is. REP: Strait of Magellan, Tierra de Fuego and Cape Horn. Decorated cloth cover with a few light fleck spots on front, o/wise near fine. Small format: 19.7 x 12.
Sub-title: "The story of the Cape Horn regions from the days of the first discoverers through the glorious age of sail including the author's own experiences; wherein an important geographical discovery is made".
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$30

64795
ROBINSON, Bill
A BERTH TO BERMUDA

New York. 1961. D. Van Nostrand. 1st Ed. XV, 120 PP with b/w photos throughout. Eps: Plans and sail plan. Hard cover, title on front cover and spine, dj. Fine. 25 x 19.8.
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$35

16333
RONALD, Peter
EXPLORING SHIPWRECKS OF WESTERN VICTORIA

Author / Osburne Group. Warrnambool. c. 1990 1st Ed. 52 PP with b/w & colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. Oblong: 18.8 x 24. 0731619226
Pictorial records of the wreck sites of: La Bella, Falls of Halladale, Schomberg, Loch Ard, ..
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$15

73035
ROSS, Wallace & CHAPMAN, Carl
SAIL POWER - The Complete Guide to Sails and Sail Handling

Granada Publishing / Adlard Coles. London. 1977. 2nd impression of the 1975 edition. X, 492 PP, XXII Index, with 275 figures including 143 b/w photos by way of explanations. Hard cover, title (silver lettering) on spine. Near fine. 24 x 21. 0229115454
Everything you need to know about sails: design, selection, handling, repair, measuring, care... Optimum use in racing or pleasure sailing.
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$25

20958
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY
AUSTRALIAN SEAPOWER - CRUISERS

Topmill. Sydney. 1996 ? 1st Ed. No.4 in the Australian Seapower Photofile series. 80 PP with b/w photos. Pictorial card covers. Near fine. 29.7 x 20.8. 1876043601
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$20

71743
ROYAL MOTOR YACHT CLUB OF N.S.W.
OFFICIAL 1960 YEAR BOOK

Royal Motor Yacht Club. Point Piper, Sydney. 1960. Foreword by Mrs. F.N. Hannan. 134, (2) PP with advertisiong material and b/w illustrations and 4 pages with colour illustrations: Flags (Burgees & Ensigns), Weather Forecast Signals, International Code of Signals & International Numbers & Garden Island Weather Signals. Soft covers, colour ilustration on front cover. Covers lightly soiled. Blue ink stain/smudge on part of title page, slight ageing of paper, o/wise contents near fine. 18.3 x 12.2.
RMYC NSW based in Double Bay.
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$10

50336
ROYAL NAVY
THE ROYAL NAVY TODAY (in The Illustrated London News)

The Illustrated London News. London. 1971. No. 6869, Volume 258, 27th March 1971. 38 PP. Contains articles between P.17 to 21 with 2 b/w photos, 1 cutaway of HMS Norfolk (at centrefold), and 49 profiles. Pictorial soft cover (Bow of HMS Eastbourne). Very good. Large format: 35.5 x 27.5.
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$15

71983
RUDDER PUBLISHING
THE RUDDER - 1948 - Volume 64, No. 9

The Rudder Publishing Company. New York. 1948. Vol. 64, No. 9, September 1948. 92 PP with advertising material and b/w illustrations (drawings, maps, photos). Soft covers, pictorial front (Hurricane III, 54 foot cruiser). Covers rubbed and reinforced at spine. Good. 29.8 x 23.5.
The Names of some of the Rigging, by L/ Francis Herreshoff. How to build Meadow Lark, 33 foot sharpie (Part II: Lines), By L. Francis Herreshoff.
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$10

71984
RUDDER PUBLISHING
THE RUDDER - 1948 - Volume 64, No. 11

The Rudder Publishing Company. New York. 1948. Vol. 64, No. 11, November 1948. Edited by Boris Lauer-Leonardi. 88 PP with advertising material and b/w illustrations (drawings, maps, photos). Copy lacking the soft covers. Good. 29.8 x 23.5.
Down the Mexican coast, by Miguel E. Abed. The coast to Acapulco, by R. J. Carstarphen. Some hints on Model Making, by L. Francis Herreshoff.
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$5

72169
RUSH, Philip R.
AUSTRALIAN POEMS THAT WOULD DELIGHT A DUCK

Philip R. Rush Pty Ltd. Glen Huon, Tasmania. 2011. 1st edition November 2011, limited to 1500 copies. VI, 74 PP with 17 b/w illustrations by Syd Woon. Pictorial stiff covers. Fine (mint condition). 21 x 14.7. 9780975813478
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$15

73193
SACKS, Margaret A. (Editor)
THE WAY 79 "WHO IS WHO" - Synoptic Biographies of Western Australians

Crawley Publishers Pty Ltd. Nedlands, W.A. 1980. 1st Ed.. Foreword by G.C. Mackinnon. (10), 437 PP (on 2 columns) with hundreds of portraits. Hard cover, simile leather, gilt title on spine, dj. Old sellotape marks on endpapers, o/wise contents near fine. 25 x 19. 094984800X
Published at the time of the 150th Anniversary of Western Australia.
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$40

73219
SAHIB, (LESAGE, Louis Ernest & GOURDON, Christian )
LA FREGATE L'INCOMPRISE, Voyage autour du Monde

Léon Vanier, Libraire-Editeur. Paris. 1882. Reprint of the 1876 original. (4), 212 PP with hundreds of drawings by Louis Ernest Lesage (a.k.a. Sahib). Vignette illustrating half title page and title page. Marbled endpapers. Half bound with marbled boards, and gilt devices and title on leather spine with 5 raised bands. Foxing. Contents near fine. French text. Image shows the title-page. 33 x 25.
Life on board a French warship in the 1860s. L'Incomprise sailed from Brest on the Atlantic Ocean to Toulon on the Mediterranean Sea, via Lisbon, Gibraltar, Toulon, Algiers, Canary Islands, Senegal, Rio de Janeiro, Cape of Good Hope ... India, China, Japan, New Caledonia, Tahiti and Cape Horn.
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$125

72973
SAYERS, Ken W. and POLMAR, Norman
ANCHORS AND ATOMS - The United States Navy Today

David McKay Co. Inc. New York. 1974. 1st Ed. Foreword by Admiral E. R. Zumwalt, Jr. XIV, 177 PP with 5 figures (tables) and b/w illustrations: 13 headpieces, 6 sketch plans, 7 artworks, paintings and photos. Cloth covers, title on a lightly sunned spine. Faint foxing, o/wise near fine. Image shows title-page and frontispiece. 23.3 x 15.5. 0679202781
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$15

73003
SCHEELITE MINE
KING ISLAND SCHEELITE MINE: SAFETY RULES - UNDERGROUND OPERATIONS

King Island Scheelite Mine. Grassy, King Island. 1977. 2nd revised edition in May 1977, of the July 1972 original Introduction by C. E. C. Wearne, Manager of Operations. (2), 83 PP with 22 b/w illustrations / cartoons. Stiff covers, staples. Fine. Small format: 14.3 x 10.2.
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$30

67989
SCHILDER, Gunter (editor)
VOYAGE TO THE GREAT SOUTH LAND, Willem de Vlamingh 1696-1697

Royal Australian Historical Society / The Australian Bank. Sydney. 1985. 1st English edition of the 1976 Dutch original, translated by C. De Heer. X, 259 PP, plus 28 pages with 38 b/w & colour illustrations. Fp (folded): Outline chart of the Western Coast of the South Land. FEP: Atlantic & Indian Ocean with route of Willem de Vlamingh in 1696-97. REP: First printed chart referring to De Vlamingh's Voyage, 1753. Hard cover (simile leather), gilt title on spine, dj. Faint foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. 24.5 x 16.5. 0909954097
Last large scale voyage of exploration undertaken by the Dutch East India Company (V.O.C.) to Tristan da Cunha, St. Paul, Amsterdam and the West Coast of Australia.
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$50

72762
SCHOLES, Arthur
FOURTEEN MEN, The Story of the Antarctic Expedition to Heard Island

F.W. Cheshire. London. 1949. 1st Ed. (12), 273 PP, (3), with 1 map, plus 12 pages with 21 b/w photos. Fp: Mt. Olsen in the background, West Bay (left), Cape Laurens (right), and Atlas Cove (right foreground). Eps: Location map Heard Is. in relation to Australia & Antarctica. Cloth cover. Ex Library copy with "borrower list" on half title page, stamps on front endpaper and title page. Very good working copy. 22 x 14.
Heard Island in 1948: history, animal life, physical features, etc.
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$20

41694
SCHÖN, Heinz
OSTSEE' 45: Menschen - Schiffe - Schicksale

Motorbuch Verlag. Stuttgart. 1985. 1st Ed. 696 PP with 200 b/w illustrations (most of them photographs). Hard cover, gilt device on front board, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. German text. 23.5 x 15.5. 3879438560
1945 in the Baltic Sea: People - Ships - Destiny.
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$20

73070
SCOTT, Keith
The Australian Geographic book of ANTARCTICA

Australian Geographic Pty. Ltd. Sydney. 1993. 1st Ed. Foreword by Dick Smith. 153 PP, (7 bibliography, picture credits & Index) with close to 200 illustrations: 32 b/w (menus, drawings and photos) and around 1650 colour illustrations (6 maps, 11 "whale" artworks and 148 photos). Pictorial stiff wrappers. Copy lacking the "detailed map lift-out" called for on front cover, o/wise near fine. Oblong: 21.5 x 28. 1862760101
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$15

16758
SEARS, Lieutenant J. S. (editor)
AUSTRALIA'S NAVY 1993-94

R.A.N. / Dept. of Defence. Canberra. 1993. 1st Ed. 124 PP with b/w & colour illust. Pictorial card cover. Fine. 29.5 x 21.
The R.A.N. in Cambodia and Somalia. W.A. Base., development, exercises..
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$20

72686
SHAPIRO, H. L.
THE HERITAGE OF THE BOUNTY, The Story of Pitcairn through six generations

Simon and Schuster. New York. 1936. 2nd printing. XV, 329 PP, plus 8 pages with 18 b/w photos. Endpapers: map of the Pacific, with an insert of Pitcairn Island. Illustrated cloth cover and spine. Covers soiled and speckled. Spine sunned. Slight ageing of paper. Contents are clean and still a very good reading copy. 24 x 15.5.
Story of a 10 day visit on the "Zaca" in 1934 and account of researches on the Pitcairn Islanders by this American anthropologist.
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$30

64755
SHAW SAVILL
DURBAN AND NATAL

Shaw Savill Line. London. 1954. October 1954 edition. 16 PP with 7 photos and 1 map (inside front cover). Soft cover. Very good. Oblong: 14 x 20.
Short history & description of Durban and the state of Natal issued for passengers going ashore.
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$15

71307
SHAW SAVILL
MENU - S.S. NORTHERN STAR - Voyage 31, 1970

On board. 1970. Landfall dinner menu "Southampton" on S.S. Northern Star, Captain D.T. Mouldey, 1st April 1970. Near fine. 25.5 x 19.
Front cover (in colour): Map of the British Isles, and Flowers, by Hunter Rogers. Back cover: Distances Steamed in nautical mile of S.S. Northern Star, Voyage 31.
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$20

51633
SHINEBERG, Dorothy
THEY CAME FOR SANDALWOOD

Melbourne University Press. Melbourne. 1967. 1st Ed. 299 PP with facsimile of the title page of the Log of the Louisa and 2 maps, plus 12 pages with 22 b/w illustrations. Fp: Andrew Cheyne's plan of the Isle of Pines, 1842. Cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket with clear plastic sleeve. Faint foxing spots on top outside edges. Fine. 22 x 14.5.
A study of the sandalwood trade in the South West Pacific 1830-1865.
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$30

64647
SHIPLOVERS' SOCIETY OF VICTORIA
THE ANNUAL DOG WATCH - No. 22

Shiplovers' Society of Victoria. Melbourne. 1965. Issue No. 22 of The Journal of the Shiplovers' Society of Victoria. Edited by STRÖM, S.A.E. & GOLDFINCH T.E.. Foreword by Captain S. J. Benson. 136 PP with 25 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 21 x 14.5.
The Rhine port of both Basels, by S.A.E. Strom.
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$10

68310
SHIPLOVERS' SOCIETY OF VICTORIA
THE ANNUAL DOG WATCH 1945 (No. 3)

Shiplovers' Society of Victoria. Melbourne. 1945. Issue No. 3 of The Journal of the Shiplovers' Society of Victoria. Foreword by Malcolm M. Brodie. Edited by Miss Joan GARDNER. (2), 130 PP with over 20 b/w illustrations (3 badges of Shiplover's Society (Victoria, N.S.W. and Tasmania), 5 tail pieces, paintings and photos). Fp: The "Great Western" Steam Ship. Soft covers, illustrated front. Covers with signs of ageing and foxing and general wear. Spine reinforced with clear sellotape. Very good. 20.7 x 14.
First peace-time edition. We sailed in '98, by Captain E. Moodie-Heddle. I Cross The Tasman - (1945), by Captain Gerald S. Doorly. ... Ice on the China Coast, by Captain W. Philip. ...
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$25

43766
SHOWA
SHOWA SHIPPING CO., LTD.

The Showa Group. Tokyo. 1970. 1st Ed. 24 PP with 1 world map at centrefold Showa Line, tables and 5 graphs, 8 b/w, and 27 colour photos. Illustrated (in blind) soft cover. Near fine. Oblong 21 x 29.6.
Tramp and Specialised Carrier service. Tanker services.
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$10

32579
SLOCUM, Captain Joshua
SAILING ALONE AROUND THE WORLD

Dover. New York. c. 1975. Reissue of the 1956 Dover original (reprint of the 1900 edition by Century Co). Introduction by Geoffrey Mott-Smith. XXIV, 294, (2 blank), (16 publications) PP with 1 head piece & 65 b/w illustrations by Thomas Fogarty and George Varian. Fp: The Spray in Australian waters. Pictorial stiff covers. Foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. 20.2 x 13.6. 0486203263
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$15

73367
SMITH, Jeremy
SPECKS IN THE SOUTHERN OCEAN

Department of Geography and Planning / University of New England. Armidale, NSW. 1986. 1st Ed. IV, 108 PP with 1 plan, 3 maps, 4 drawings and 35 b/w photos. Pictoprial stiff covers with a few light spots. Dedicatory note at top of title page signed by the author. Near fine. 23 x 17. 085834615X
Unusual scientific and radio amateur expedition to Heard Island with a call at Kerguelen. Part of the return voyage was under sail, as the former steam whaler had run out of fuel.
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$75

35880
SMITH, Peter C.
HIT FIRST, HIT HARD - The Story of HMS Renown 1916-48

William Kimber. London. 1979. 1st Ed. 335 PP with 10 diagrams, plus 16 pages with 39 b/w photos. Title page: Renown's Ship's Crest. Hard cover, price-clipped dust jacket in a protective sleeve. Light foxing on outside page edges, o/wise near fine. 24 x 16. 0718302060
Battleship / Battle cruiser. Commissioned 1916 after the Battle of Jutland. Recommissioned a day before the start of World War II. Hunt for Graf Spee, Chase of Scharnhorst and Gneisenau...
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$40

20914
SMYTH, Dacre
HISTORIC SHIPS OF AUSTRALIA - A Third Book of Paintings, Poetry and Prose

Melbourne. 1982. Author. 1st Ed. Foreword by Admiral Lionel Lockwood. 139 PP comprising 82 col. paintings. Eps: Location map of historic Australian ships. Hard cover, dj. Fine. Signed on title page by the author. 20.8 x 22. 0959519831
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$20

73478
SOBEL, Dava
LONGITUDE - The true Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of his Time

Fourth Estate. London. c. 2000. 12th printing of the 1996 UK edition. (VIII), 184 PP with 15 chapter openers (headpieces). Fp: Chronometer H-4, A.D. 1759. Hard cover, dj. Light foxing, o/wise near fine. 19.5 x 12. 9781857025024
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$10

67332
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE] - The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 88, 2002, Nos. 1 to 4

Greenwich. 2002. Society for Nautical Research Edited by Professor Richard Harding. (2), VIII, 512 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings and photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.
No. 1: Anchor Stone from Baga Waters, Goa, by Sila Tripati. Nelson and the Nile, by Marianne Czisnik. No. 2: Type of Ships on the Indian Ocean, by Norbert Weismann. No. 3: Dutch whaling after WWII, by Jaap R. Bruijn. No. 4: The West Indian Sailing Canoe, by Michael F. Doran.
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$20

71718
SOHMEN, Helmut
SHIPPING IN TRANSITION: 1983-1986: More Selected Speeches and Papers

H. Sohmen / Fairview Printing Production. Hong Kong. 1986. August 1986 edition. (8), IV, 158 PP with 1 b/w photo of author at "BIMCO General Meeting 1983, Madrid". Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dedicatory note to previous owner on verso of preliminary page, signed by the author. Fine. 21.5 x 14.5.
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$50

22766
SOUTER, Gavin
MOSMAN, A History

Melbourne University Press. Melbourne. 1995. Reprint of the 1994 original. XII, 378 PP with 4 plans, and 18 b/w illust., plus 16 pages with 48 b/w plates, and 4 pages with 7 colour plates. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 24.2 x 15.8. 9780522845914
Whaling and careening of ships in the early years to a modern suburb on north shore, Sydney.
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$35

73199
SPENCER, Nye S. & KUCERA George F.
HANDBOOK OF MAGNETIC COMPASS ADJUSTMENT - Pub. No. 226

Defence Mapping Agency, Hydrographic Center. Washington. 1977. Reprint of the 3rd edition of 1969 (original of April 1944). Publication H.O. No. 226. V, 88 PP with 1 b/w photos, 3 charts and 35 figures. Cloth cover, gilt title on front board and spine. Lettering on spine dulled. Very good copy. 23.5 x 15.8.
Basic principles of compass deviations and their correcttion. Practical procedures of magnetic compass adjustment.
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$20

72217
SPROD, Dan
ALEXANDER PEARCE OF MACQUARIE HARBOUR, Convict - Bushranger - Cannibal

Cattle & Fiddle Press. Hobart. 1977. 1st edition limited to 750 copies hand numbered (No. 748) and signed by the author. XV, 173, (3 colophon) PP, plus 10 pages with 9 b/w illustrations. Fp: Alexander Pearce, death study by Thomas Bock. Eps: Map of Van Diemen's Land. Red cloth cover with engraved arrow on front. Lightly soiled dust jacket. Faint foxing on top outside edge. A near fine copy. 21.7 x 14.5. 0858530317
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$100

51174
STANHOPE, The Right Honourable Earl, ANDERSON, R. C. et al. (editors)
NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM - CATALOGUE

The Trustees, National Maritime Museum. Greenwich. 1947. 1st Ed. VII, 230 PP, plus 2 folded plans of the museum and 24 b/w plates. Soft cover. Very good. 24.2 x 18.
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$20

72938
STANLEY, Kathleen M.
GUIDING LIGHTS - Tasmania's Lighthouses and Lighthousemen

St. David's Park. Hobart. 1991. 1st Ed. IX, 181 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial card covers. Covers rubbed around edges (shelf wear) and with small creases. Name of previous owner on half title page. Signature on title page. Contents near fine. Scarce. 24.8 x 17.6. 0724625607
A vital record of the lives of the personnel keeping the lights shining and of the lighthouses they manned.
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$85

33483
STARZECKA, Dorota Czarkowska & CRANSTONE, B. A. L.
THE SOLOMON ISLANDERS

British Museum. London. 1974. 1st Ed. 48 PP with 2 maps, 7 drawings and 26 b/w photos. Half title page: Wood food bowl in the form of a frigate bird, Ugi. Fp: figure representing a sea spirit, San Cristobal. Pictorial card covers (slightly rubbed on back cover). Near fine. 21 x 21. 071411358X
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$20

72870
STERN, Robert
BATTLE BENEATH THE WAVES - U-Boats at War

Cassell Military Paperbacks. London. 2002. 1st paperback edition of the 1999 original. 224 PP, plus 32 pages with 49 b/w illustrations (8 documents and 41 photos). Stiff covers, pictorial front. Ex Libris stamp of previous owner on half title page, o/wise fine. 19.7 x 12.8. 9780304362288
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$10

73615
STODDART, Michael
THE BLYTHE STAR TRAGEDY - How indifference and Neglect sank a ship and cost three men their lives

Forty South Publishing. Hobart. 2022. 1st edition. XII, 164 PP with 2 colour photos and b/w illustrations: 2 drawings, 2 maps, 2 sketches, 3 plans and 7 photos. Pictorial stiff covers with flaps. New. 25 x 17.5. 9780645211740
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$40

48769
STRACHAN, Shirley
THE HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE SYDNEY COVE SHIPWRECK (1797): a Resource for Future Site Work

Department of Prehistory / A.N.U. Canberra. 1986. 1st Ed. Occasional Papers in Prehistory No.5. IX, 115 PP with 101 figures (drawings, sketches, and 4 maps) and 3 b/w photos photos). Soft covers, pictorial front. Fine. 29 x 20.5. 086784972X
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$40

72891
STREPP, Hans G.
HOW TO USE RADAR

A Sailmate Book / Nautical Books. London. 1990. 1st English edition. 128 PP with over 60 b/w illustrations. Stiff covers, pictorial front. Fine. 21.5 x 13.5. 9780713633245
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$15

73356
STROBEL, Dietrich & DAME, Günter
MIT MTW ZUR SEE: Schiffbau in Wismar

Hintstorff Verlag. Rostock. 1996. 1st Ed. Foreword (in Geman and English) by Oswald Müller. 220 PP with tables, b/w illustrations (artworks, plans of shipyards, documents, photos ...) and 74 colour photos. Captions of the illustration in German and English). Afterword and conclusions (in German and English) by the authors. Eps: plans of the shipyard in colour (FEP: in 1991 / REP: in 2000). Hard covers, dj. German text. Fine (mint condition). 27 x 21. 3356006606
Shipbuilding on the river Wismar with MTW / Mathias - Thesen - Werft Gmbh., shipyard..
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$25

18708
SWAN, W. N.
SPEARHEADS OF INVASION

Angus & Robertson. Sydney. 1953. 1st Ed. XII, 307 PP with 5 maps & sketches, plus 8 pages with 9 b/w photos. Fp: "Invasion" by Frank Norton. Eps: Map of theatre of operations. Cloth cover, gilt crest on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket is bright with only a small chip at top of spine and is in a protective sleeve. Light foxing spots on outside edges and inside of dust jacket, o/wise near fine. Scarce. 22 x 14.5.
An account of the seven major invasions carried out by the Allies in the South-west Pacific area during WWII, as seen from a Royal Australian Naval Landing Ship Infantry.
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$50

73540
SWINTON, Stuart
P.G. TAYLOR - The Last of the Great Air Pioneers

Australian Military History Publications. Sydney. 2000. 1st Ed. X, 116 PP with b/w illustrations (7 maps and 40 documents & photos). Pictorial stiff covers. Near fine. 24.5 x 17.5. 9781876439415
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$25

50494
SYME, Marten Adlington
SHIPPING ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES - VICTORIAN PORTS - Vol. 2 - 1846-1855

Roebuck Society. Canberra. 1987. 1st Ed., No. 39 in the Roebuck series. X, 830 PP with 12 charts & maps, and 27 b/w illustrations. FEP: Western approach to Bass Strait. REP: Bass Strait. Hard cover, dj. Errata slip loosely inserted. Faint foxing on outside edges, o/wise fine. 24.8 x 17.5. 0909434328
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$45

37076
TAYLOR, Leighton, TRICAS, Timothy C., DEACON, Kevin, et al.. (editors)
SHARKS & RAYS

Reader's Digest (Australia). Sydney. 1997. 1st Ed. 288 PP with a few b/w and hundreds of colour illustrations. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Fine. 28.7 x 16.8. 9780864490940
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$15

73596
TAYLOR, Mike (editor)
WORLD ATLAS OF TRAVEL

Thomas Cook Publishing / Columbus Press Ltd. Peterborough, UK. 1998. 1st Ed. VIII, 216 PP with colour illustrations: graphs (pages IV to VII) and maps (pages1 to 168). Hard covers, gilt title on front board and spine, dj. Fine. 30.5 x 21.5. 1900341557
First atlas ever published by Thomas Cook, after 125 years of existence.
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$45

72684
TAYLOR, Sir Gordon
BIRD OF THE ISLANDS - The Story of a Flying Boat in the South Seas

Cassell. Melbourne. 1964. 1st Ed. (XII), 284 PP, plus 12 pages with 23 b/w photos. Eps: Map with routes of the Flying Boat Frigate Bird III. Illustrated hard cover, dj. Dust jacket with rubbed edges and a repair at head of spine, o/wise near fine. Scarce. 22 x 13.8.
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$50

19236
THOMAS, David A.
WITH ENSIGNS FLYING, The Story of H.M. Destroyers at War 1939-1945

William Kimber. London. 1958. 1st Ed. 216 PP with 1 map, plus 8 pages with 15 bw photos. FEP: maps of the Narvik Fiords, and of Eastern Mediterranean. REP: maps of the Russian convoy route and of the Battle of the Java Sea. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, nice price-clipped dust jacket. A few small rubs on endpapers and a little light foxing on outside page edges, o/wise contents near fine. Scarce. 22.2 x 14.2.
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$50

72747
THORNLEY, William
The Adventures of AN EMIGRANT IN VAN DIEMEN'S LAND - WILLIAM THORNLEY

Rigby Ltd. Adelaide. 1973 1st edited with a introduction by John Mills. (10), 171 PP, plus 20 pages with 30 b/w illustrations. Hard covers, gilt title on spine, dj. Faint foxing. Near fine. 22 x 14. 0851795994
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$25

67119
THURSFIELD, Rear-Admiral H. G. (editor)
BRASSEY'S NAVAL ANNUAL 1945

William Clowes & Sons. London. 1945. 1st edition, 56th year of publication. (XLV advertisements), VIII, 324, (2), P119 (Pictorial), (8 index) PP with 176 silhouettes, 92 plans and elevations of warships, plus 30 pages with 29 b/w photos. Fp: H.M. Submarine Tantalus. Engraved cloth cover, title in blind on front cover, gilt title on spine. Covers worned arund edges and somewhat soiled. War economy paper, few foxing spots on outside edges. Internally very clean. 24.3 x 15.5.
Published when the War on the European front was over. Naval events of 1944 (landing in Normandy, Sea-Air-Land Power in the Pacific...). Foreign Navies by Francis E. McMurtrie. Strategy and propaganda in German naval thought, by Dr. H. Rosinski...
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$35

73472
TOLL, Ian W.
SIX FRIGATES - The Epic History of the Funding of the U.S. Navy

W. W. Norton & Co. New York. 2006. Paperback edition. 6th printing of the 2006 original. XII, (4), 560 PP with 3 head-pieces, plus 16 pages with 32 b/w illustrations. Title spread: USS President entering the port of Marseille. Pictorial stiff covers. Near fine. 23.2 x 15.5. 0780393330328
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$25

42020
TOOLEY, R. V. & BRICKER, Charles
LANDMARKS OF MAPMAKING - An Illustrated Survey of Maps and Mapmakers

Phaidon. Oxford. 1976. 1st UK edition of the 1968 original published by Elsevier-Sequoia. Preface by Gerald Roe Crone. 276 PP with over 350 illustrations, including 6 illustrations in four colours, 4 fold-out maps printed in two colours and 10 fold-out maps in facsimile printed in six colours. FEP: Decoration of the title page of a Dutch edition of the Mariners Guide (1592). REP: Engraving from Theory and Practice of the Geometric Quadrant (1594), by Levinus Hulsius. Hard cover, gilt device on front cover, gilt title and devices on a cloth spine, dj (price-clipped). Foxing spots on outside edges, o/wise very good. 40 x 28. 0714817589
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$45

55841
TOOLEY, Ronald Vere, SCOTT, Valerie G.,
THE MAP COLLECTOR - Issues Nos. 1 to 74

Map Collector Publications Ltd. Tring, UK. 1977 to 1996. Complete run of the 74 issues published. Issue No. 1: December 1977 with 42 PP to issue No. 74: Spring 1996 with 72 PP. 74 issues with a total of 5430 PP, plus 5 index (1-20 , 21-30, 31-40, 41-50, & 51-60) with 90 PP. Each issue with original illustrated soft covers. Spine of 4 issues with minor damage, o/wise a fine set. 29.9 x 21.
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$900

73166
TOYNBEE, Arnold
MANKIND AND MOTHER EARTH - A Narrative History of the World

Book Club Associate / Oxford University Press. London. 1979. 1st BCA edition of the 1976 original. XII, 641, (18) PP with 15 maps. Hard covers, gilt title on spine, dj. Slight ageing of paper. Name of previous owner on front endpaper. Dust jacket lightly rubbed. Very good. 23.4 x 14.5.
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$15

72194
TRETHEWIE, Harold, GREY, Pat & MAGUIRE Gill (editors)
CIRCULAR HEAD "Local History Journal" Vol. 3, No. 2

Circular Head Historical Society. Smithton, Tasmania. 1990. January 1990 edition. 44 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings, photos). Pictorial stiff covers, pictorial front. Fine. 21 x 14.8.
The Advance Party / Van Diemen's Land Company by Helen M. Dunford. The wreck of the "Kermandie, by W.H. Pelling. ... Locomotives used on the Circular Head Tramways. ...
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$15

71820
TSE-TUNG, Mao
SELECTED MILITARY WRITINGS

Foreign Languages Press. Peking. 1968. 1st Pocket edition. 410, (2) PP, plus 1 duotone portrait of Chairman Mao, with tissue guard. Hard cover, gilt title on front board and spine, ribbon page marker, dust jacket with a few small chips. Slipcase with title on spine. Fine. 15.5 x 11.
Writings between 4th October 1928 to 21st April 1949.
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$20

21299
TWYNING, John P. & BAYS, Peter
WRECK OF THE MINERVA

Ye Galleon. Fairfield, Wash. 1996. Facsimile reprints of two separate books: Shipwreck and Adventures of John P. Twyning among South Sea Islands (2nd edition of the 1850 original), and Wreck of the Minerva, 1850. 2 introductions by Keith Huntress. 108, (4), 109-229, (8 Index & colophon) PP with 8 b/w illustrations. Fp: Facsimile of title-page Shipwreck and Adventures of John P. Twyning. Eps. Pictorial soft cover. Bookplate of Honore Foster, Australia whaling specialist, on first leaf. Fine. 25.5 x 17.5. 0877705747
The wreck in September 1829 on Nicholson's Reef. Two narratives by one of the boatsteerers and the sailing master of the Australian brig Minerva on a sperm whaling voyage. Twyning lived for 20 years in the Islands and returned to England after the death of his wife from Horn Island (Futuna).
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$35

71881
UREN, Malcolm
SAILORMEN'S GHOSTS - The Abrolhos Islands in Three Hundred Years of Romance, History and Adventure

Robertson & Mullens. Melbourne. 1940. 3rd edition in December 1940 of the November 1940 original. Introduction by Thomas Wood. (2), 254 PP with 2 maps and 8 b/w illustrations (engravings), plus 20 pages with over 40 b/w photos. Fp: Landing the water barrel from Suomi. Eps: Maps and illustrations. Orange cloth cover, title on a sunned spine. Occasional foxing, o/wise very good. Image shows title-page and frontispiece. 22.2 x 14.5.
Published in 1940, for the centenary of the naming of Pelsart island.
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$25

35454
US NAVY
UNITED STATES NAVAL CHRONOLOGY, WORLD WAR II - Prepared in the Naval History Division Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Navy Department

U.S.G.P.O. Washington. 1955. 1st Ed. Foreword by Admiral D. B. Duncan. Preface by Rear Admiral John B. Hefferman. VII, 214 PP. FEP: Map of Pacific War Theatre. REP: North Atlantic Ocean and European Theatre. Hard cover, gilt title on front cover and spine. Occasional foxing. Very good. 23 x 14.6.
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$15

50414
USN
TABLES OF COMPUTED ALTITUDE AND AZIMUTH - Vol. I: Latitudes 0° to 9°, inclusive

United States Navy Department, Hydrographic Office. Washington. 1941. H. O. Publication No. 214. Preface by George, S. Bryan, Captain, U. S. Navy. (10), 251 PP with 4 figures and tables. Eps: tables. Cloth cover, title on front cover and spine. Very good. 29.8 x 23.7.
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$20

73497
VACHER, Polly
WINGS AROUND THE WORLD

Grub Street. London. 2006. 1st Ed. Foreword by Charles Swithinbank, and Appreciation by Queen Noor of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. 160 PP with colour illustrations: 4 maps and 88 photos. Hard cover, dj. Dedicatory note to previous owner on title page, dated and signed by the author. Fine. 25 x 18. 9781904943549
The exhilarating story of one woman's epic flight from the North Pole to Antarctica.
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$70

18762
VAN DER VAT, Dan
THE PACIFIC CAMPAIGN, World War II, The U.S.-Japanese Naval War 1941-1945

Touchstone Book. New York. 1992. Paperback reprint of the 1991 original. 430 PP with 8 maps, plus 24 pages with 57 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Foxing on outside edges. Near fine. 23.4 x 15.5. 0671792172
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$10

73100
Van Der WAL, Onne
WIND AND WATER: Boating Photographs from around the World

Bulfinch Press. New York. 2004. 1st Ed. 168 PP with 112 colour photos. Hard cover, dj. Repaired small tear at lower part of back cover of dust jacket, o/wise a near fine copy. Oblong: 28.5 x 30.5. 0821228447
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$40

73379
van DISHOECK, Evert (compiler)
STAD AMSTERDAM - Sailtraining Clipper "Stad Amsterdam" : November 2016 - January 2017

Rederij Clipper Stad Amsterdam. Amsterdam. 2016. 2016 edition. 66 PP with 22 b/w illustrations (1 map, diagrams, 4 pages with pinrail diagrams, prints, paintings and plans) and 38 colour illustrations (colour plans and photos). Soft covers, illustrated front cover with clear plastic protection, spiral bound. Front cover and first leaves with small stain. Copy signed by the Compiler/Director of Rederij Clipper Stad Amsterdam. Contents very good. 29.5 x 21.
Manual of practical information for sail training on board.
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$25

72372
VAN KEULEN, Gérard
2 "Hempel" reprints: Carte de la Nouvelle France / Carte de Curaçao

Hempel Peintures Marine France S.A. Paris. c. 1990 2 frameable charts. Reprints from the 1734 original by Gérard Van Keulen, published in 1734 in "Lichtende Zee-Fackel" in Amsterdam, and held at "La Biblothèque Royale, Copenhague, Danemark". Oblong format: 31 x 35.5.
Nouvelle France: Canada and Louisiana- Curaçao, Netherland West Indies.
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$20

71685
VICTORIA
SAILING DIRECTIONS VICTORIA, including Bass Strait

Public Works Department / Ports and Harbors Division. Melbourne. 1970. New edition, with a Notice by A. J. Wagglen. 745 PP with 3 diagrams and 82 coastal views, figures, tables and b/w photos, plus 10 folded diagrams. Notice to Mariners No. 3 (T) of 1981, loosely inserted. Cloth cover, title on front board and spine. Near fine. 25 x 15.8.
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$30

72797
VILLIERS, Alan
BY WAY OF CAPE HORN

Geoffrey Bles. London. 1930. 1st Ed. XII, 227 PP plus 34 pages with 33 b/w photos. Fp: "Grace Harwar" under sail. FEP: Voyage of the "Grace Harwar" on a mappe monde. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine. Spine sunned, frayed at head and foot, and starting at hinges. Name of previous owner on front endpaper and half title page, blocked out. Signs of old damp affecting the front margin of plates only and the rear endpaper. Occasional foxing. A good reading copy. 25.4 x 19.
The author first deep sea voyage on the tall ship "Grace Harvar" April to September 1929 from Wallaroo (South Australia) to Queenstown (Ireland).
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$45

72265
Von STIEGLITZ, K. R.
A HISTORY OF EVANDALE

A Birchalls Centenary Publication. Launceston. 1967. 1st edition with a preface by Sir William Crowther. 100 PP with 1 b/w photo, plus 8 pages with 16 b/w illustrations. Stiff covers, illustration and title on front cover. Very good. 21.5 x 13.7.
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$30

73514
WAKE-WALKER, Edward
LOST PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution)

Lifeboats / Sutton Publishing. Stroud, Gloucestershire. 2004. 1st Ed. XIV, 176 PP with b/w illustrations: 1 map of the British Isles with location of Lifeboat stations, 1 drawing ""Rocket and Breeches buoy equipment", 2 sets of plans of lifeboats and 134 b/w photos. Inside back cover: profiles of 15 Lifeboats in the RNLI Fleet. Hard covers, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 25.5 x 25.5. 9780750937184
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$65

21843
WALKER, Frank B.
CORVETTES - Little Ships for Big Men

Kingfisher Press. Sydney. 1995. 1st Ed. 175, 108 PP with 1 map and 2 photos, plus 24 pages with 31 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Light foxing, mostly on outside page edges. Near fine. 21 x 14.8. 0646259180
Life on board and actions of the Australian-built and Australian-manned corvettes during WWII. The annexe of 108 pages contains the life story of each corvette and 6000 names of those who served in corvettes.
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$50

73536
WALSH, Barbara
FORGOTTEN AVIATOR: HUBERT LATHAM, A High-Flying Gentleman

Tempus Publishing. Stroud, UK. 2007. 1st Ed. 256 PP with 100 b/w illustrations: cartoon, documents, drawings, photos. Pictorial stiff covers. Note to previous owner at top of half title page. Near fine. 24.6 x 17. 9780752443188
French aviator, crossing of the Channel on "Antoinette" in 1909 ... Death in French Equatorial Africa in June 1912 ??
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$30

53119
WARD, R. Gerard (editor)
AMERICAN ACTIVITIES IN THE CENTRAL PACIFIC 1790-1870, A history, geography and ethnography pertaining to American involvement and Americans in the Pacific taken from contemporary newspapers, etc. [in 8 volumes]

The Gregg Press. Ridgewood, N.J., USA. 1966 & 1967. 1st edition with b/w illustrations. Introduction by Ernest S. Dodge. Vol. 1: (4), 316 PP with 35 illust., plus 7 folded maps. Fp: Advertising sailing card of the clipper ship "Robin Hood". Vol. 2: XIII, 596 PP with 56 illust., plus 7 folded maps. Fp: U.S. Sloop of war "Portsmouth". Vol. 3: XIII, 655 PP with 59 illust., plus 7 folded maps. Fp: Advertising card of the clipper ship "Anglo Saxon". Vol. 4: XIII, 695 PP with 52 illust., plus 7 folded maps. Fp: A Marquesan Chief. Vol. 5: XIII, 578 PP with 41 illust., plus 7 folded maps. Fp: Man of the New Hebrides. Vol. 6: XI, 572 PP with 32 illust., plus 7 folded maps. Fp: Chief of Rarotonga. Vol. 7: XIII, 545 PP with 31 illust., plus 7 folded maps. Fp: Chief Poulaho, from Tonga. Vol. 8: VII, 295 PP. Fp: Barque "Mermaid". Volume 1 in a slipcase containing also 8 large folded charts. All volumes in original decorated cloth cover. Occasional foxing. Very good complete set. 26.5 x 17.5.
Volume 1: Abaiang to Baker. Volume 2: Bampton reefs to Futuna. Volume 3: Gaferut to Kwajalein. Volume 4: Ladd's Island to Motu Iti. Volume 5: Namoluk to Pingelap. Volume 6: Pitcairn to Tabiteuea. Volume 7: Tahiti to Zephyr shoal. Volume 8: Appendix and Index. 8 Charts: Cape Horn to Cape Corrientes. Pacific Ocean: S.E. sheet (Cook Island to Easter Island). Pacific Ocean / S.W. sheet (New Guinea/Australia to Tonga). Pacific Ocean / N.W. sheet (Japan to Philippines). Archipel des Tuamotu. Tonga or Friendly Islands. Fiji Islands. Cape Corrientes to Kodiak Island.
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$450

43665
WARRING, R. H.
THE NEW GLASS FIBRE BOOK

Model & Allied Publications. London. 1975. 4th impression of the 1971 original. 128 PP with over 9 graphs, 15 tables and 110 figures. Illustrated soft covers with a lithe insect damage near spine. Bookplate of previous owner on inside front cover, o/wise contents near fine. 21.6 x 15.. 0853440484
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$5

73368
WATERFORD, Van
PRISONERS OF THE JAPANESE IN WORLD WAR II: Statistical History, Personal Narratives and...

McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers. Jefferson, N.C. 1994. 1st Ed. XII, 394 PP. Cloth covers, title on front board and spine. Faint foxing spots on top outside edges. 1 newspaper clipping, loosely inserted. Near fine. Scarce. 23.5 x 16. 0899508936
... and Memorials Concerning POW's in Camps and on Hellships...
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$90

73121
WATSON, Jessica
TRUE SPIRIT: The Aussie Girl who took on the World

Hachette Australia Pty Ltd. Sydney. 2011. 2nd edition of the 2010 original. (14), 386 PP with 1 map on double page, 1 plan on double page, 1 weather map and 9 b/w photos (6 headpieces), plus 32 pages with 81 colour photos. Inside front cover: Ella's Pink Lady. Inside back cover: Jessica Watson. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 19.8 x 12/7. 9780733627774
World circumnavigation on board Ella's Pink Lady: 18th October 2009 to 15th May 2010.. Updated edition as: Jessica Watson was "Young Australian of the Year 2011".
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$15

73047
WAWN, Andrew (editor)
THE ICELAND JOURNAL OF HENRY HOLLAND, 1810

Hakluyt Society. London. 1987. 1st Ed., No. 168 in the Second series. XVIII, 342 PP with 1 portrait, 3 maps, and 26 field drawings and maps by Henry Holland. Cloth cover, dj. Spine of dust jacket lightly sunned. Signature of previous owner at top of front endpaper. Foxing spots on top outside edge. Very good. 22.2 x 14.5. 0904180220
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$10

73089
WEBSTER, E. H. & NORMAN, L. (editors)
A HUNDRED YEARS OF YACHTING

J. Walch & Sons. Hobart. 1936. 1st Ed. 256 PP with 1 map & 189 b/w photos, plus 1 large folded plate with 2 panoramic views of Hobart, at rear of book. Hard cover, simile reptilian leather, gilt title on front board and spine. Spine and top edge of front cover a little sunned and gilt lettering faded. Occasional foxing spots. Neat signature of a previous owner on front endpaper. Contents near fine. Scarce. 24.4 x 16.5.
The first Hobart Town regatta was held on 1st December, 1838.
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$170

20490
WHALL, W. B.
THE ROMANCE OF NAVIGATION

Benjamin Blom. New York. 1972. Reissue of the 1930 original. Edited by Francis E. McMurtrie, with a foreword by Rear-Admiral E. R. G. R. Evans. XII, 244 PP with 16 Sea Flags, plus 64 pages with 72 b/w illustrations. Fp: After Trafalgar, from a painting by Frank Brangwyn. Hard cover, gilt title on spine. Occasional foxing. Very good. 21.2 x 13.7.
Prince Henry and the early Portuguese navigators, the Elizabethan navigators... Development of the ship: sail & steam. Sea flags, aids to navigation.
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$25

72865
WHINNEY, Bob
THE U-BOAT PERIL - A Fight for Survival

Cassell Military Classics. London. 1999. Reprint of the 1998 paperback edition of the 1986 original. 160 PP with 1 Insignia of U-305, 1 map on double page, 7 maps and 2 plans of HMS Wanderer, plus 32 pages with 59 b/w photos. Stiff covers, pictorial front. Ex Libris stamp of previous owner on half title page, o/wise fine. 19.7 x 12.8. 9780304351329
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$10

67235
WILSON, Andrew
OLD SEA DOGS OF TASMANIA

Paul County / Sunny South Publishing. Hobart. 2013. 1st Ed. 240 PP with 1 coloured postcard and b/w photos. Pictorial hard covers, title on front board and spine, ribbon page-marker. Signed by the author on page 3. Fine. 26.7 x 22. 9780980635508
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$85

68240
WILSON, Andrew
OLD SEA DOGS OF TASMANIA - Book 2

Everything Pty. Ltd. Hobart. 2016. 1st Ed. Foreword by Sean Langman, and introduction by Peter Campbell. 260 PP (5 of these pages are double-folded) with b/w and colour photos. Pictorial hard covers, title on front board and spine. Signed by the author on page 3. Fine. 26.7 x 22. 9780992303631
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$75

73549
WILSON, David M.
THE LOST PHOTOGRAPHS OF CAPTAIN SCOTT

Little, Brown and Company / Hachette UK Company. London. 2011. 1st UK edition. 192 PP with 1 map and b/w illustrations (sketches, photos). Title spread: On the Ferrar Glacier: Spring Journey, September 1911. Eps: Writing from Captain Scott's diary. Hard cover, dj. Small bump on dust jacket near spine, o/wise book and jacket in fine (as new) condition. 28.7 x 26. 9781408703007
Previously unseen images from the legendary Antarctic Expedition.
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$30

62311
WINTER, Barbara
H.M.A.S. SYDNEY - Fact, Fantasy and Fraud

Boolarong. Brisbane. 1984. 1st Ed. VIII, 282 PP with 4 maps, 4 line drawings and 32 b/w photos. REP: Map of the Indian Ocean. Pictorial laminated boards. Occasional foxing. Name and address of previous owner on title-page, o/wise a fine copy. 24.5 x 15.5. 0908175728
A complete investigation on the sinking of HMAS Sydney by the Kormoran on 19th November 1941, off the WA Coast.
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$30

53736
WOOD, Dr. Elizabeth M.
REEF CORALS OF THE WORLD: Biology and Field Guide

T. F. H. Neptune City. N.J. 1983. 1st Ed. 256 PP with b/w illustrations, 90 colour photos, and 110 distribution maps. Pictorial. laminated boards. Faint foxing on endpapers, o/wise fine. 28.4 x 22.2. 0876668090
Formation and forms of coral reefs, geological aspects, biology of coral,...
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$30

20456
YONGE, C.M.
THE SEA SHORE

Collins. London. 1949. 1st Ed. in The New Naturalist series. XVI, 311 PP with 87 text figures plus 32 plates with 62 bw photos and 40 plates with 61 colour photos. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dust jacket (price-clipped and chipped and in a protective sleeve). Dedicatory note on FFEP. A little light foxing on first and last pages, o/wise contents near fine. 22.2 x 15.5.
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$15

72825
ZIEGLER, Oswald (editor)
AUSTRALIA 200 - The Official Book of the New South Wales Celebrations commemorating the Bi-Centenary of the Landing of Lieutenant James Cook, R.N., at Botany Bay on 29th April 1770

Oswald Ziegler Enterprises Pty. Ltd. Sydney. 1970. 1st Ed. Forewords by John Gordon, Prime Minister of Australia and R. A. Askin, Premier of New South Wales. 424 PP with over 500 illustrations maps, pictures, facsimiles of documents (250 of them in full colour). Cloth cover, gilt device on front board and gilt title on spine, dj. Slight ageing of paper on outside edges, o/wise a fine copy. 30.5 x 25.
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$70

72872
ZIEGLER, Philip
MOUNTBATTEN - The Official Biography

Fontana / Collins. Glasgow. 1986. 1st paperback edition of the 1985 original. Ed. 786 PP with 1 family tree, 1 Organization of Command and 2 maps, plus 24 pages with 53 b/w photos. Soft covers, illustrated front. Spine sunned and with creases. Faint foxing. Name of previous owners on inside front cover and ex libris stamp on half title page. Very good. 19.5 x 13. 9780006370475
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$5