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National Geographic, Walkabout and Australian Geographic Magazines

Last update: Thursday, 29 February 2024.

60241
ABERCOMBIE, Thomas J.
OMAN: GUARDIAN OF THE GULF [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 160, No. 3, September 1981]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1981. Volume 160, No. 3, September 1981. 279-420 PP (lacking pages 315 to 318). Contains article pages 344 to 377 with 2 maps and 26 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. 25.4 x 17.5.

17070
AIKMAN, Lonnelle
NEW STARS FOR OLD GLORY (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume CXVI, No.1, 1959)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1959. Volume CXVI, No. 1, July 1959. Contains article between P. 86 and 121 with 11 b/w and 31 colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.5x 17.5.

The United States flag (182 years old) has changed with the Nation, reflected its achievements, and shared its sorrows.

61574
ALEXANDER, Caroline
SOUTH POLE RACE (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2011. Volume 220, No. 3, September 2011. 156 PP. Contains article P. 122 to 135 with 1map in colour, 1 figure and 9 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

The 1911 race to the South Pole between Scott and Amundsen.

70281
ALEXANDER, Caroline
SOUTH POLE RACE: AMUNDSEN vs SCOTT (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 220, No.3)
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 2011. September 2001. Includes article from P.122 to 135 with 1 map in colour and 10 b/w ilustrations (1 diagram and 9 b/w photos). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

39878
ALLMON, Charles
SHORES AND SAILS IN THE SOUTH SEAS [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume XCVII, No.1]
$25.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1950. January, 1950. Contains article P. 73 to 104 with 2 maps, 9 b/w & 17 colour photos. Soft cover. Spine chipped. Very good. 25.2 x 17.5.

The Marquesas Islands.

19287
BALLARD, Robert
HIGH-TECH SEARCH FOR ROMAN SHIPWRECKS [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 193, No.4]
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1998. April 1998. Contains article from P.32 to 41 with 1 map & 13 colour illust. Soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Dives in the Mediterranean Sea, on board the U.S. Navy submarine NR-1. Studies of shipwrecks found in deep sea (2600 foot).

19793
BALLARD, Robert D.
A LONG LAST LOOK AT TITANIC [in National Geographic]
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1986. Volume 170, No. 6, December 1986. Contains article P. 698 to 727 with bw and colour illust. Pict. soft cover (the robot Jason). Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

41444
BALLARD, Robert D.
NR-1, The Navy 's Inner Space Shuttle [in National Geographic Magazine]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1985. Volume 167, No. 4, April 1985. Contains articles P. 450 to 459 with 1 map, 1 sketch plan, 2 colour images and 12 colour photos by Emory Kristof. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Nuclear powered Research submarine of the US Navy.

47408
BALLARD, Robert D.
EPILOGUE FOR TITANIC [in National Geographic]
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1987. Volume 172, No. 4, October 1987. Contains article betweeen P.454 and 463 with 2 colour and 1 large folded plate in colour (all paintings by Ken Marschall. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

45304
BALLARD, Robert D. & MICHEL, Jean-Louis
HOW WE FOUND THE TITANIC [in National Geographic Magazine]
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1985. Volume 168, No. 6, December 1985. Contains article from P. 696 to 719 with 1 map, 1 plan, 9 b/w photos, and 32 colour illustrations (photos, diagrams). Pictorial soft cover (Titanic's foredeck, port rail, and mooring bitts). Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

73245
BALLARD, Robert D., SIDES, Hampton, SWEENEY, Michael ...
TITANIC - Exploring the Discovery of a Lifetime / National Geographic
$20.00 AUD

National Geographic Partners. Washington. 2020. Special Publication 2020. 98 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. New. 27.5 x 20.5.

A compilation of articles published in National Geographic Magazine.

55450
BARTLETT, Robert A.
SERVICING ARCTIC AIRBASES / VOYAGE OF THE MORRISSEY (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1946. Volume LXXXIX, No.5, May 1946. Contains article between pages 602 and 616 with 1 map , 3 b/w and 10 colour photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

17612
BASS, George F.
OLDEST KNOWN SHIPWRECK REVEALS SPLENDOURS OF THE BRONZE AGE [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 172, No.6, 1987]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1987. Volume 172, No.6, December 1987. Includes article from P.692 to 733 with 1 map, 1 bw photo and 48 colour photos. Pict. soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Shipwreck off Ulun Burun which: sunk in the 14th century B.C.

18584
BASS, George F.
GLASS TREASURE FROM THE AEGEAN (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 153, No.6, 1978)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1978. Volume 153, No. 6, June 1978. Contains article between pages 768 and 793. with 1 map and colour illust. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

An 11th century wreck off the coast of south west Turkey.

41281
BASS, George F.
UNDERWATER ARCHEOLOGY: Key to History's Warehouse [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 124, No.1, 1963]
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1963. Volume 124, No. 1, July 1963. Contains article between pages 138 and 156 with 1 diagram, 2 maps and 21 colour photos by Thomas J. Abercombie and Robert B. Goodman. Pictorial soft cover (Poseidon or Zeus). Covers have a few marks, o/wise very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Bronze age wrecks off Yassi island, Anatolian coast of Turkey. Other articles: Dynamic Ontario with a map loosely inserted, Athens: Golden Past and Busy Present..

40895
BATES, Marston
IFALIK, LONELY PARADISE OF THE SOUTH SEAS [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 109, No.4, 1956]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1956. Vol. 109, No.4, April 1956. Contains article P.546 to 571 with 2 maps, 4 b/w and 29 colour photos. Does not contain the supplement map. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

A trio of scientists finds ancestral ways holding their own among contented islanders of a remote Pacific Atoll.

55463
BELLINGER, Vice Admiral Patrick N. L.
SAILORS IN THE SKY. U. S. Naval Aviation marks its 50th year (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 120, No. 2, 1961)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1961. Volume 120, No.2 , August, 1961. Contains article between P.276 and 296 with 29 b/w & 5 colour Illustrations photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.4.

20595
BENCHLEY, Peter
GHOSTS OF WAR IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC - WRECK OF THE COOLIDGE (in National Geographic - Vol.173, No.4)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1988. April 1988. Contains articles P. 424 to 467 with bw and colour photos. Pict. soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Wrecks of planes, and ships in the South Pacific War zone. Wreck of the President Coolidge, sunk off Santo, Vanuatu in 1942 and now a popular diving destination.

21078
BENCHLEY, Peter / DOUBILET, David
FRENCH POLYNESIA: Charting a New Course / BLACK PEARLS OF FRENCH POLYNESIA (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 191, No.6)
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1997. July 1997. 2 articles: P. 2 to 29 with colour illustrations (1 map and 14 photos). / P.30 to 37, with 9 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover (Black Pearls adorning a Tahitian woman). Front cover & spine rubbed and with a repaired tear. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

32330
BICSKOS, Attila
SHARP ENCOUNTERS WITH THE MURRAY CRAY (in Geo Australasia Volume 11, No.1, March-May 1989)
$10.00 AUD

Australasia's Geographical Magazine. Sydney. 1989. Includes article P. 40 to 47 with 1 location map, 11 colour illustrations (8 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.6 x 20.6.

The Murray River crayfish.

62135
BLOCH, Hannah
EASTER ISLAND QUEST - Archaeologists and natives seek to solve the riddle of how the statues moved (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2012. Vol. 222, No. 1, July 2012. Contains article between P.30 and 49 with 14 colour illustrations (1 location map, 1 map, 1 artwork, and 8 photos by Randy Olson). Pictorial soft cover. New. 25.4 x 17.5.

41348
BOCKSTOCE, John
CHANGING IMAGES OF THE NORTHWEST PASSAGE [in National Geographic Magazine]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1990. Volume 178, No.2, August 1990. Contains article from P.2 to 33 with 2 maps and 30 colour photos by Richard Olsenius. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

65044
BOOTH, Robert
THE TWO SAMOAS STILL COMING OF AGE (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1985. Volume 168, No. 4, October 1985. Contains article between pages 452 and 473 with colour illustrations (1 location map, 1 map with National Flags, and 17 colour photos by Melinda Berge. Pictorial soft cover. Spine lightly rubbed. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

60180
BOURKE, Joel K.
BLACKBEARD LIVES: Blackbeard's Shipwreck (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2006. Volume 210, No. 1, July 2006. 164 PP. Contains article from P.146 to 161 with 1 map, 1 diagram and colour photos by Robert Clark. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Shipwreck at Beaufort Inlet, North Carolina.

55461
BOWIE, Beverley
OFF THE BEATEN TRACK OF EMPIRE (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume CXII, No. 5, 1957)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1957. Volume CXII, No. 5, Nov. 1957. Includes article from P.583 to 626 with an introduction by H.R.H. The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, 1 map on double page, 28 b/w photos and 17 colour illustrations (2 paintings by Edward Seago & 15 photos). Soft cover, spine worn. Leaf 637/638 torn (not affecting this article). Near fine. 25.4 x 17.4.

Voyage of the Royal Yacht Britannia.

55228
BOYER, David S. / FRAZIER, Comdr. Paul W.
YEAR OF DISCOVERY OPENS IN ANTARCTICA / ACROSS THE FROZEN DESERT TO BYRD STATION (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

NGS. Washington. 1957. Volume CXII, No.3, September 1957. Contains articles from P. 339 to 398 with 1 map in colour, 22 b/w and 34 colour photos. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

49633
BRANDES, E. W.
INTO PRIMEVAL PAPUA BY SEAPLANE (in National Geographic Magazine)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1929. Volume LVI, No. 3, September 1929. (30 adv.), P. 253-378, (28 adv.). Contains article between P.253 and 332 with 1 map & inset, and 98 b/w photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Seeking disease-resisting sugar cane, scientists find neolithic man in unmapped nooks of sorcery and cannibalism.

31470
BREEDEN, Stanley, & WRIGHT, Belinda
PAROLES D'ABORIGENES [in GEO Magazine - Volume 118, December 1988]
$20.00 AUD

Geo. Paris. 1988. Contains article, P. 182 to 201 with 2 maps and 19 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 27 x 21.2.

The Gagadju Aborigenes of the Northern Territory, Australia: one of the Forgotten people in White Australia.

18078
BROADWATER, John D.
YORKTOWN SHIPWRECK [in National Geographic Magazine]
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1988. Volume 173, No.6, June 1988. Includes article from P.804 to 823 with 1 plan, 2 maps, and 24 colour illust. Pict. soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5. -ISSN 00279358

At the climax of the American Revolution, Lord Charles Cornwallis, facing combined United States and French forces, scuttled ships in the York River to prevent a naval assault on Yorktown, Virginia.

75045
BYRD, Lieutenant Commander Richard Evelyn
THE FIRST FLIGHT TO THE NORTH POLE (in National Geographic Magazine - Vol. 50, No.3, September,1926)
$20.00 AUD

National Geographic. Washington. 1926. Contains article between P. 356 and 388 with 20 b/w illustrations: 1 chart, 2 "Hubbard Gold Medals" and 17 photos (11 on full page). Soft covers. Head and foot of spine worn and reinforced. Does not contain the map supplement. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Flight of 9th of May 1926 . Other article: Flying over Egypt, Sinaï and Palestione (pages 312 to 355 with 27 b/w illustrations (2 maps and 25 photos) and 23 colour photos), by P.C.R. Groves and J.R. McCrindle.

60177
BYRD, Rear Admiral Richard E.
ALL-OUT ASSAULT ON ANTARCTICA (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

NGS. Washington. 1956. Volume CX, No.2, August 1956. 141-286 PP. Contains article from P.141 to 180 with 3 maps, 8 b/w and 32 colour photos. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

55196
BYRD, Rear Admiral Richard, SIPLE, Pauk A. & GROSVENOR, Melville Bell
TO THE MEN AT SOUTH POLE STATION / WE ARE LIVING AT SOUTH POLE / ADMIRAL OF THE ENDS OF THE EARTH (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

NGS. Washington. 1957. Volume 112, No.1, July 1957. Contains articles from P.1 to 48 with 3 maps, 27 b/w and 23 colour photos. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

19274
CAMERON, Robert
AFTERMATH OF AN AIR CRASH [in Australian Geographic, No. 6, April-June 1987]
$10.00 AUD

A.G.S. Sydney. 1987. Contains article between pages 86 and 95 with 1 map, 3 colour illust. & 13 colour photos. Pictorial soft covers a little foxed, o/wise very good. 27.8 x 21.

Undersea search and recovery in the Tasman sea of the wreck of a Pel-Air jet, that crashed outside Botany Bay after take off, on 10th October 1985.

41340
CANBY, Thomas Y.
EL NINO'S ILL WIND [in National Geographic Magazine]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1984. Volume 165, No.2, February 1984. Contains article from P.144 to 183 with 1 map, 4 diagrams and 32 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

The world's largest weather system.

35309
CARTER, Jeff & Mare
WHALING ... Harpoon versus Humpback in the Pacific (in Walkabout - Vol.28, No.2)
$15.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1962. February 1962. Contains article from P.25 to 27 with 9 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Front cover with repairs. Very good. 30 x 24.

Whaling in the 1950s and early 1960s off Byron Bay, NSW.

61873
CARTHEW, Sally & GARNETT, Dr. Stephen
NAURU: The Lucky Island / IBBON ITSI: To Catch a Frigate Bird (in Geo Australasia)
$10.00 AUD

Australasia's Geographical Magazine. Sydney. 1987. Volume 9, No.2, June-August 1987. Includes 2 articles: Pages 62 to 69 with 1 map and 10 colour photos / Pages70 to 77 with 12 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.5 x 20.2.

32328
CASTLETON, Phillip
MANGAREVA: French experiments in the Pacific (in Geo Australasia Volume 9, No. 3, September-November 1987)
$10.00 AUD

Australasia's Geographical Magazine. Sydney. 1987. 120 PP. Includes article P. 28 to 35 with 2 location maps, 2 b/w and 8 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 27.5 x 20.5.

On the Gambier Islands: airstrip, cultured pearl factory... and a nuclear fall-out shelter.

60226
CHADWICK, Douglas
THE SAMOAN WAY (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2000. Volume 198, No. 1, July 2000. Contains articles between P. 72 and 89 with 2 maps and 12 colour photographs by Randy Olson. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

60234
CHADWICK, Douglas H.
KINGDOM OF CORAL - Australia's Great Barrier Reef [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 199, No.1]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 2001. January 2001. 132 PP. Contains article pages 30 to 57 with 2 maps and 22 colour photos by David Doubilet. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

54790
CHESTER, Jonathan
PROJECT BLIZZARD - Mawson's Icy Legacy (in Australian Geographic, Volume 1, No. 1, January/March 1986)
$10.00 AUD

Australian Geographic Pty Ltd. Sydney. 1986. 136 PP. Contains article P. 80 to 105 with 1 folded cutaway in colour, 3 maps in colour, 4 b/w and 46 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

Antarctic adventurers on a mission: save Mawson's hut!

40891
CONNIFF, Richard
EASTER ISLAND UNVEILED (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 183, No.3, 1993)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1993. Volume 183, No. 3, July 1993. Contains article from P.54 to 79 with 1 map and 16 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.5 x 17.4.

Polynesian island of Rapa Nui.

16380
COUSTEAU, Capt. Jacques-Yves
AT HOME IN THE SEA, Pioneering a New Underwater World for Man, French Oceanauts live for a month in a Submerged Colony on a Red Sea Reef (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1964. Volume 125, No.4, April 1964. Contains article between P.465 and 507, with 1 map, 41 colour illustrations (35 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

16382
COUSTEAU, Capt. Jacques-Yves
WORKING FOR WEEKS ON THE SEA FLOOR (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 129, No.4, 1966)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1966. Volume 129, No.4, April 1966. Contains article between P. 498 and 537, with 1 b/w and 39 colour illustrations (2 artist artworks and 37 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Among the first studies of physiological and psychological effects on humans living and working (on an oil-well head) at 370 feet underwater.

16383
COUSTEAU, Capt. Jacques-Yves
FISH MEN EXPLORE A NEW WORLD UNDERSEA [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume CII, No.4]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1952. October, 1952. Contains article P.431-472, with 2 maps, 14 b/w & 37 colour photos. Pict. card cover. Insect damage to edges of last pages, o/wise very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

49605
COUSTEAU, Capt. Jacques-Yves
DIVING SAUCER TAKES TO THE DEEP (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 117, No.4, 1960)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1960. Contains article between P. 570 and 586, with 5 b/w, 1 artist work in colour and 7 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

17724
COUSTEAU, Capt. Jacques-Yves & EDGERTON, Harold E.
PHOTOGRAPHING THE SEA'S DARK UNDERWORLD, Diving Through an Undersea Avalanche (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1955. Volume 107, No.4, April 1955. Contains article between P. 523 and 542, with 21 b/w illustrations (15 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Advertising material has been removed, o/wise very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

49607
COUSTEAU, Capt. Jacques-Yves & MARDEN, Luis
EXPLORING DAVY JONE'S LOCKER WITH CALYPSO / CAMERA UNDER THE SEA (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 109, No.2, 1956)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1956. Volume CIX, No.2, February 1956. Contains articles between pages 149 and 200 with 1 map, 14 b/w and 35 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

16381
COUSTEAU, Jacques-Yves
THE OCEAN, A Perspective, An Era of Discovery, Blue-Water Life by Night (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 160, No.6, 1981)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1981. Volume 160, No.6, December 1981. Contains article between P.780 and 847, with many colour illustrations, plus a large folded map of the world on recto and the world ocean floor on verso. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

49604
COUSTEAU, Jacques-Yves
THE OCEAN, A Perspective, An Era of Discovery, Blue-Water Life by Night (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 160, No. 6, 1981)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1981. Volume 160, No.6, December 1981. Contains article between P.780 and 847, with many colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

67441
COWLEY, Terri & ROZYCKI, Jack (editors)
AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHIC, No. 68, 0ct - Dec 2002
$10.00 AUD

Australian Geographic. Sydney. 2002. 128 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Illustrated soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

... Flinders Island, by Andrew Bain. No Turning Back, retracing Sir Ernest Shackleton' s treacherous 1916 route across South Georgia Island, by Colin Monteath. ...

61137
CURL, David
THE CHANGING FORTUNES OF CHRISTMAS ISLAND (in Australian Geographic, No.45, January/ March 1997)
$10.00 AUD

Australian Geographic Society. Sydney. 1997. 128 PP, plus folded poster. Contains article between pages 96 and 119 with 2 maps in colour, 5 b/w photos and 34 colour photos, plus 2 folded colour photos. Pictorial soft cover (Christmas Island red crab). Fine. 27.8 x 21.

36339
CURTSINGER, Bill
DISCOVERY IN LABRADOR: A 16th-Century Whaling Basque Port and its Sunken Fleet (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 168)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1985. July 1985. Contains article between P.40 and 71 with 2 maps, 1 b/w and 28 colour illust. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Whaling in the Strait of Belle Isle.

35285
DAKIN, Professor W. J.
WHALING AND AUSTRALIA (in Walkabout Vol. 12, No. 11)
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1946 Volume 12, No. 11, September 1946. Contains article from P.4 to 12 with 1 map and 9 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 30.5 x 24.

Whaling in Australian waters and the Southern Ocean from the days of sails to the days of steam.

60244
DARLING, James D.
WHALES: An Era of Discovery [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 174, No.6]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1988. December 1988. 765-946 PP. Contains article from P. 872 to 909 with b/w and colour illustrations (photographs by Flip Nicklin). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

60245
DE JONGE, Peter
BEING BOB BALLARD [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 205, No.5]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 2004. May 2004. 138 PP. Contains article pages 112 to 129 with colour illustrations (photographs by David Mclain). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

67720
DRAPER, Robert
MADAGASCAR'S PIERCED HEART (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 218, No. 3)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2010. September 2010. 144 PP. Contains article from page 80 to 109 with colour illustrations (1 map, 5 drawings and 18 photos by the Pascal Maitre). Soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

41445
EARLE, Sylvia E.
A WALK IN THE DEEP [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 157, No.5, 1980]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1980. Volume 157, No. 5, May 1980. Contains articles P. 624 to 631 with 1 map and 8 colour photos by Al Giddings and Chuck Nicklin. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Jim, an inner space suit and research submarine Star II.

61284
ECKERSLEY, Yvette
AQUACULTURE: An Industry Afloat (in Australian Geographic, No.50, April/June 1998)
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 1998. Australian Geographic Society. 128 PP, plus 2 folded plates. Contains article between pages 98 and 119 with 34 colour photos, plus folded plate with map and colour illustrations by Anne Bowman on the recto and 3 colour photos on the verso. Colour photos by Randy Larcombe. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

54707
EDGERTON, Maj. Gen. Glen E.
AN ENGINEER'S VIEW OF THE SUEZ CANAL (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 111, No.1, 1957)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1957. Volume 111, No. 1, January 1957. Contains article between P.123 and 140 with 1 artist impression, 2 maps and 12b/w photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.2 x 17.5.

41891
EDWARDS, Mike
THE ADVENTURES OF MARCO POLO - (Three Parts, in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 199, No.5, No. 6 & Volume 200, No. 1, 2001)
$30.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2001. Part I: Volume 199, No. 5, May 2001. Pages 2 to 31 with 1 map and 19 colour photos. Part II: Volume 199, No. 6, June 2001. Pages 20 to 45 with 1 map and 14 colour photos. Part III: Volume 200, No. 1, July 2001 with 1 map and 12 colour photos. Photographs by Michael Yamashita. Pictorial soft cover. New. 25.4 x 17.5.

Part I: Venice to China. Part II: in China. Part III: Journey home.

73660
EDWARDS, Mike
TUNISIA: SEA, SAND, AND SUCCESS [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 157, No.2, 1980]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1980. February 1980. 143-290 PP. Contains articles P. 184 to 217 with colour illustrations: map of Tunisia, National Flag and 24 photos by David Alan Harvey. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

60176
EISENHOWER, Dwight D. / LA FAY, Howard / BENNETT PATTERSON, Carolyn
THE CHURCHILL I KNEW / "BE YE MEN OF VALOUR" / THE FINAL TRIBUTE (in National Geographic Magazine)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1965. Volume 128, No.2, August 1965. 153-290 PP. Contains 3 articles from P.153 to 225 with 41 colour illustrations and 39 b/w photos (2 of the Gallipoli landing). Pictorial soft cover. Copy of National Geographic without the special recording: "Churchill's great words and funeral music" of page 198A, o/wise near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

40897
ELIOT, John L.
IN BIKINI LAGOON LIFE THRIVES IN A NUCLEAR GRAVEYARD [in National Geographic Magazine]
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1992. Vol. 181, No.6, June 1992. Contains article P.70 to 83 with 2 maps, 5 b/w and 9 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

Wrecks of the Saratoga and Nagato.

49635
ELLIS, William S.
TRACKING DANGER WITH THE ICE PATROL (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 133, No.6, 1968)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1968. Volume 133, No.6, June 1968. Contains article between P.780 and 793 with 14 colour illustrations (1 map, 1 painting and 12 photos by James R. Holland). Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

US Coast Guard

62265
ELLIS, William S.
THE COAST GUARD, Small Service with a Big Mission (in National Geographic)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1974. Reprint from the July 1974 issue. 113-138, (3) PP with 27 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Folder punch holes close to spine, o/wise fine. 25.4 x 17.7.

40888
EMORY, Kenneth P., LEWIS, David, KAWAINUI KANE, Herb & ROCKFELLER, Mary & Laurance S.
THE ISLES OF THE PACIFIC - THE COMING OF THE POLYNESIAN - WIND, WAVE, STAR & BIRD - The PATHFINDERS - PROBLEMS IN PARADISE [in National Geographic Magazine]
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1974. Vol. 146, No.6, Dec.1974. Contains 4 articles P.732 to 793 with colour illustrations. Soft cover (lightly rubbed). Lacks the folding map. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Navigation and settlement of the vast Pacific.

21413
EWERS, John K.
WHALING ON THE WEST COAST OF AUSTRALIA [in Walkabout Magazine - Vol. 19, No. 12 - December, 1953]
$25.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1953. 48 PP. Contains article pages 9 to 17 with 11 b/w photos. Pictorial soft covers (Whale-chaser, "Carnarvon"). Very good. 30 x 24.

49631
EWING, Maurice
EXPLORING THE MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume XCIV, No.3, 1948)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1948. . Volume XCIV, No. 3, September 1948. Contains article between P. 275 and 294 with 16 b/w illustrations (1 map, 1 artwork and 14 photos). Soft cover (spine lightly chipped). Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

On board the Atlantis of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

74789
FARWELL, George
WHEN STEAMBOATS SAILED THE MURRAY (in Walkabout Magazine - Vol. 12, No.12 - October 1946)
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1946. Contains article from P. 17 to 20 with 5 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 30.5 x 24.2.

60171
LA FAY, Howard
GIBRALTAR - Rock of Contention (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1966. Volume 130, No. 1, July 1966. 158 PP. Contains article from P. 102 to 121 with 2 maps and 23 colour photos by Bates Littlehales). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

55459
FISHER, Allan C.
MYSTERIES OF BIRD MIGRATION (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1979. Volume 156, No 2, August 1979. Includes article from P.154 to 193 with b/w and colour illustrations. Pict. soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

20233
FRANZEN, Anders
KRONAN, Remnants of a Warship's Past [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 175, No.4, 1989]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1989. April 1989. Includes article from P.438 to 465 with 1 map and 29 colour illustrations (photographs by Bill Curtsinger and paintings by John Berkey). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Sinking of the Swedish warship on 1st of June 1676, by a combined Danish-Dutch fleet off the coast of Öland Island, Sweden.

41300
GARDNER, Irvine C.
CRUSOES OF CANTON ISLAND (in National Geographic Magazine - Vol. LXXIII, No.6, June 1938)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1938. Contains article from P. 749 to 766 with 7 b/w and 11 colour photos. Soft cover (rubbed). Lower part of spine worn, o/wise very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Life on a tiny Pacific atoll that has flashed into world importance (observing an eclipse in 1937, and refuelling stop between the US and Australasia).

41317
GARRETT, Kenneth
FROM BALTIC TO BICENTENNIAL BY SQUARE RIGGER [in National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 150, No.6]
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1976. December 1976. Contains article pages 824 to 857 with 1 coloured map, and 26 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

From Gdynia to New York, on the Polish training ship Dar Pomorza.

55464
GARRETT, W. E.
ALASKA MARINE HIGHWAY: Ferry Route to the North (In National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1965. Volume 127, No.6, June 1965. Contains article between P.776 and 819 with 2 maps & 47 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.2 x 17.4.

On board the ferry Malaspina.

73661
GARRETT, Wilbur E. (editor)
FRANCE CELEBRATES ITS BICENTENNIAL [in National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 176, No.1, January 1989]
$30.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1989. Special Issue with Message "Vive la Différence", by National Gegraphic Society President Gilbert M. Grosvenor: (14), 174 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

France Bicentennial of the Great Revolution. The New, the Enduring PARIS. The Great Revolution, by Merle Severy. Two Revolutions: USA / France, by Charles McCarry. ... Tour de France, An Annual Madness, by Gilbert Duclos-Lasalle ...

75065
GARRETT, Wilbur E. & Al (editors)
100 YEARS Reporting on "THE WORLD AND ALL THAT IS IN IT". (National Geographic Magazine - Volume 174, No.3]
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1988. September 1988 Issue. (15), 270-432 PP with b/w and colour illustrations (pages 271 to 286: 4 folded plates with front covers of 360 issues) . Soft covers, "Yellow Border" front cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Centennial issue 1888 - 1988. Odyssey: The Art of Photography. Alexander Graham Bell ...

70295
GARRETT, Wilbur et al.
ONE HUNDRED YEARS of Increasing and Diffusing Geographic Knowledge (in National Geographic, Vol. 173, No.1 January 1988)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1988. Special issue with introduction by Gardiner Greene Hubbard, President. 154 PP with b/w and colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

6 articles: Those electrifying 1880s, by William H. Goetzmann. A Century of distinguished leadership, by Melvin M. Payne. Discovering America. Poland: the hope never dies. Galapagos wildlife ...

19752
GEO MAGAZINE
LES CONQUETES PERDUES DE L'EXPEDITION BAUDIN [in GEO Magazine - Vol 214, December 1996]
$10.00 AUD

Geo. Paris. 1996. Edited by Maurice SOUTIF. Includes article from P.156 to 168 with 2 maps and 26 b/w and colour illust. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. French text. 27 x 21.3.

The scientific expedition led by Nicolas Baudin and sent to the shores of the Australian continent by Napoléon (1800-1804).

40880
GILLISON, Gillian
FERTILITY RITES AND SORCERY IN A NEW GUINEA VILLAGE (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 152, No.1, 1977)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1977. Volume 152, No. 1, July 1977. Contains article from P.124 to 146 with 1 map and 22 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.5 x 17.4.

17611
GODDIO, Franck
SAN DIEGO, An Account of Adventure, Deceit, and Intrigue [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 186, No.1, 1994]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1994. Volume 186, No.1, July 1994. Includes article from P.34 to 57 with 1 map & 27 colour illust. Pict. soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Sea battle of the 14 December 1600, between the Dutch vessels Mauritius and Eendracht and the Spanish San Diego and San Bartolomé off the coast of Luzon. Dives and excavations on the wreck of the San Diego began in 1992.

60582
GOLDRICK, Chrissie
THIS DINKUM LIFE (in Australian Geographic, Issue No. 82, April-June 2006 -20th Anniversary Collector's Edition)
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 2006. The Australian Geographic Society. 144 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Contains article pages 66 to 86 with 2 colour and 24 b/w photos, by Jeff Carter. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

Jeff Carter's half a century capturing honest images of real Aussie characters

17262
GORE, Rick
THE MEDITERRANEAN, Sea of Man's Fate [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 162, No.6]
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1982. December 1982. Contains article P. 694 to 737 with 2 maps, 2 bw & 4 colour illust., and 36 colour photos plus folded double map of the Mediterranean sea (historic & sea floor). Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Contains two articles: the buried city of Herculaneum on the slope of Vesuvius and the Lost Outpost of the Egyptian Empire at Gaza.

47528
GRAHAM, Robin Lee
A TEEN-AGER SAILS THE WORLD ALONE (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 134, No.4, 1968)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1968. Vol. 134, No. 4, October 1968. Contains article pages 445 to 491 with 1 map, 1 sketch, and 44 colour illustrations (1 copy of log book, 2 paintings by William H. Bond and 41 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.2 x 17.4.

Hawaii, Fanning, Samoa... Cocos Keeling... Durban.

70265
GRAVES, William & SCHEFFER, Victor B.
WHALES OF THE WORLD: The Imperiled Giants & Exploring the Lives of Whales [in National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 150, No.6]
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1976. December 1976. Contains articles pages 722 to 767 with 1 b/w lithography, 1 graph, 3 drawings and 39 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

35506
GRAVES, William P. E.
MARTHA'S VINEYARD (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 119, No.6)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1961. June 1961. Contains article from P.778 to 809 with 1 map and 2 b/w and 34 colour photos by James P. Blair. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Old whaling days still flavor life on sea-swept Martha's Vineyard.

17617
GREEN, Jeremy
LOOKING FOR KHUBILAI KHAN (in Geo Magazine Volume 5, No.4, December 1983-January 1984)
$10.00 AUD

Australasia's Geographical Magazine. Sydney. 1984. Includes article from P.58 to 69 with 1 map and 14 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 23 x 20.3.

Applying a recently developed colour sonar system which detects large objects buried under sand, Japanese maritime archaeologists are probing Japan's Bay of Imari for Khubilai Khan's sunken fleet.

41304
GROSVENOR, Melville Bell
WHITE MIST CRUISES TO WRECK-HAUNTED ST. PIERRE AND MIQUELON [in National Geographic Magazine]
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1967. Volume 132, No.3, September, 1967. Contains article between P.378 and 419 with 1 plan, 1 map, 4 b/w and 45 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

Graveyard to over 600 ships. French outpost south of Newfoundland..

49645
GROSVENOR, Melville Bell & MARDEN, Luis
SOUTH SEAS' TONGA HAILS A KING - THE FRIENDLY ISLES OF TONGA (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 133, No.3, 1968)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1968. Contains articles between P.322 and 367 with 2 maps and 56 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

20758
GROVE, Noel
SUPERSHIPS, Giants that move the World's Oil - SUPERSPILL, Black Day for Brittany [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 154, No.1]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1978. July 1978. Contains two articles between P.102 & 135 with 3 maps, 3 pages with cutaway plans, and 21 colour photos. Pict. soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

The V.L.C.C. (Very Large Crude Carrier). Wreck of the Amoco Cadiz on the 16th March 1978.

18582
GUEROUT, Max
THE WRECK OF THE C.S.S. ALABAMA, Avenging Angel of the Confederacy [in National Geographic Magazine]
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1994. Volume 186, No. 6, December 1994. Contains article P. 66 to 83 with 1 map, 1 b/w photo and 19 colour illustrations by Rod M. Farb. Pictorial soft cover. New. 25.4 x 17.5.

On the wreck of the Confederate Alabama, sunk by the U.S.S. Kearsarge off Cherbourg, Normandy.

60236
GWIN, Peter
DANGEROUS STRAITS: PIRATES OF MALACCA STRAIT [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 212, No.4]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 2007. October 2007. 154 PP. Contains article pages 126 to 149 with 2 maps and 9 colour photos by John Stanmeyer. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

41443
HEIRTZLER, J. R., & BALLARD, Robert D.
PROJECT FAMOUS - Where the Earth Turns Inside Out & Dive into the great Rift [in National Geographic Magazine]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1975. Volume 147, No. 5, May 1975. Contains articles P. 586 to 615 with colour images and photos by Emory Kristof. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

FAMOUS = French-American Mid-Ocean Undersea Studies. Man's first voyages down to the mid-Atlantic ridge.

19273
HENDERSON, Graeme
THE WRECK OF THE SIRIUS [in Australian Geographic, No. 29, January-March 1993]
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 1993. A.G.S. Contains article pages 100 to 117 with 1 map, 2 colour illustrations & 26 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

Wrecked on 19th March 1790, Sydney Bay, Norfolk Island.

55460
HENRY, Thomas R.
ATLANTIC ODYSSEY: ICELAND TO ANTARCTICA (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume CVIII, No. 6, 1955)
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1955. Volume CVIII, No.6, December 1955. Includes article from P. 725 to 780 with 12 b/w and 46 colour photos by Volkmar Wentzel. Soft cover (creased and rubbed). Good. 25.2 x 17.5.

Whaling off Newfoundland, Cape Horn gale, Cape of Good Hope... Also: By Full-rigged Ship to Denmark Fairyland, by Alan Villiers.

13415
HEYERDAHL, Thor
TURNING BACK TIME IN THE SOUTH SEAS (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume LXXIX, No.2, 1941)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1941. Article from P.109-136 with 1 map & 33 b/w photos. Soft cover (rubbed). Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

The return to nature on Fatu Hiva island in the Marquesas where his theories were born.

14913
HEYERDAHL, Thor
THE VOYAGE OF RA II (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 139, No.1, 1971)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1971. Volume 139, No. 1, January 1971. Article from P. 44 to 71 with 1 map and 28 col. photos in text. Pict Soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

By raft made of papyrus reeds, from Morocco to Barbados.

46062
HILDEBRAND, J. R.
THE PATHFINDER OF THE EAST (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume LII, No. 5 November 1927)
$20.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1927. Volume LII, No. 5, November 1927. Contains article between P.503 and 550 with 1 map and 43 b/w photos. Soft cover. Covers chipped and lightly soiled, o/wise near fine. 25.4 x 17.6.

Vasco da Gama and the search for Christians and Spices. Other article in this issue: An altitudinal journey through Portugal, by Harriet Chalmers Adams (1 map, 44 b/w photos and 16 colour plates).

49608
HILDEBRAND, J. R.
THE GREATEST VOYAGE IN THE ANNALS OF THE SEA (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume LXII, No. 6, 1932)
$20.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1932. Volume LXII, No. 6, December 1932. Contains article between P. 698 and 739 with 1 map with 3 insets and 35 b/w photos. Soft cover. Covers chipped at spine. Near fine. 25.4 x 17.6.

Voyages of Magellan.

61994
HILDEBRAND, J. R. / CHALMERS ADAMS, Harriet
THE PATHFINDER OF THE EAST / AN ALTITUDINAL JOURNEY THROUGH PORTUGAL (in National Geographic Magazine)
$20.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1927. Extracts from Volume LII, No. 5, November 1927. Contains 2 articles: pages 503 to 550 with 1 map and 43 b/w photos, then pages I-XVI, 567-610 with XVI colour plate, 1 map and 44 b/w photos. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.4 x 17.6.

Vasco da Gama and the search for Christians and Spices / Portugal, a tiny nation that once ruled the world.

61391
HILDEBRAND, J. R.,
OUR MOST VERSATILE VEGETABLE PRODUCT - RUBBER: From Trees to Tires and Toys (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1940. Volume LXXVII, No. 6, February 1940. Contains article between P. 143 and 200 with 51 b/w photos and 16 plates with 26 colour plates by Culver and Roberts. Soft cover. Covers chipped at spine. Very good. 25.4 x 17.6.

53446
HILDER, Captain Brett
WHALING AT NORFOLK ISLAND (in Walkabout Magazine - Vol. 24, No. 9)
$25.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1958. Volume 24, No. 9, September 1958. 40 PP. Contains article P. 10 to 13 with 4 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 30.2 x 24.2.

66945
HILL, Chris
LORD HOWE ISLAND: South Pacific paradise on our doorstep (in Australian Geographic No. 28, October-December 1992)
$10.00 AUD

A.G.S. Sydney. 1992. Contains article pages 32 to 53 with 2 maps, 2 b/w and colour 36photos, plus large folded map of "Lord Howe Island". Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

70277
HODGSON, Bryan & LANTING, Frans
THE FALKLAND ISLANDS: Life after the War / A Portfolio "Falkland Islands Wildlife" (in National Geographic, Vol. 173, No.3)
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1988. March 1988. Contains 2 articles: pages 390 to 411, then 391-422 with colour illustrations: 1 map, 1 location map and 31 photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

70263
HOHLFELDER, Robert
CAESAREA MARITIMA: Herod the Great's, City on the Sea (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 171, No. 2, February 1987)
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1987. February 1987. Contains article from page 260 to 278 with 4 b/w photos and colour illustrations: 2 maps, 2 paintings by J. Roberrt Teringo and 15 photos by Bill Curtsinger. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

70278
HOLLAND, Jennifer
ICY UNDERWORLD: South Sandwich Islands (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 210, No.6)
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 2006. December 2006. Includes article from P.122 to 141 with colour illustrations: 1 map, 1 location map and 10 colour photos by Maria Stenzel. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

On board the yacht Golden Fleece.

17725
HOUOT, Lt. Cmdr. G.S.
FOUR YEARS OF DIVING TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume CXIII, No.5, 1958)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1958. Volume CXIII, No.5, May, 1958. Contains article between P.715 and 731 with bw & colour illustrations. Soft cover. Very good. 25.2 x 17.5.

Globe-eyed sharks, fish with stilts, undersea deserts, avalanches, powerful currents... Story of the French bathyscaphe pilot and his trips to the black abyss...

49606
HOUOT, Lt. Comdr. Georges S.
DEEP DIVING BY BATHYSCAPHE OFF JAPAN (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 117, No.1, 1960)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1960. Volume 117, No.1, January 1960. Contains article between P.138 and 150 with 5 bw & 8 colour illustrations (1 map, 1 plan & 6 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.2 x 17.5.

10434
HURLEY, Frank
WHALE HUNTING WITH BOMB AND WIRELESS (in Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 8)
$25.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1940. Vol. 6, No.8, June 1940. 48 PP. Contains article pages 8 to16 with 1 map and 7 b/w photos. Pictorial soft covers. Very good. 30 x 24.

A story of whales, their habits, and modern whaling in Australia's Antarctica. Other article: Tahitian Wedding, by Wilfred Burchett

60394
INDER, Stuart & BORTHWICK, John
NORFOLK ISLAND & IN THE WAKE OF THE BOUNTY (in Australian Geographic, No. 20, Oct-Dec 1990]
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 1990. Australian Geographic Society. Contains 2 articles from P.36 to 73 with b/w and colour illustrations, plus 1 folded plate with cutaway of Bounty. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

57393
JOHNSON, Irving
ADVENTURES WITH THE SURVEY NAVY (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1947. Volume XCII, No.1, July, 1947. Contains article between P. 131 and 148 with 1 map, 17 b/w photos. Soft cover. Front cover rubbed and with closed tear, spine lightly damaged. Good. 25.5 x 17.5.

The US Navy survey ship "Sumner" in the Central Pacific during World War II.

41303
JOHNSON, Irving & Electa
THE YANKEE'S WANDER-WORLD (in National Geographic Magazine)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1949. Volume XCV, No.1, January, 1949. Contains article between P. 1 and 50 with 1 map, 12 b/w and 42 colour photos. Soft cover with light wear. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

4th world cruise (1st after the end of WWII) from Europe to Hawaii, via Galapagos, Easter, Pitcairn, Austral islands, Society Islands. Contains interesting photos.

41314
JOHNSON, Irving & Electa
YANKEE CRUISES THE STORIED NILE (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1965. Volume 127, No.5, May, 1965. Contains article from P.583 to 635 with 2 diagrams (in colour) and 53 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Lacks the loose folded map, o/wise near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

41315
JOHNSON, Irving & Electa
NEW GUINEA TO BALI IN YANKEE (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1959. Volume CXVI, No.6, December 1959. Contains article from P.767 to 815 with 2 maps, 6 b/w and 33 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

49618
JOHNSON, Irving & Electa
YANKEE ROAMS THE ORIENT (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1951. Volume XCIX, No. 3, March 1951. Contains article between P.327 and 370 with 1 map, 15 b/w and 31 colour photos. Soft cover (lightly rubbed). Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

New Hebrides, Tikopia, Solomon Islands, New Guinea, Indonesia...

74790
JOHNSTON, N.C.
ROMANTIC CAPE BARREN (in Walkabout Magazine - Vol.13, No.2 - December 1946)
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1946. Contains article from P.20 to 21 with one b/w map. Pictorial soft covers with light wear and staples removed. Very good. 30 x 24.

Other articles: Broken Hill Today, New Holland, Early Dutch Explorations in Australia by Myra Drummond, The Striated Grass-Wren, Brush-Box of the Jungle.

38145
JOLLY, Alison
MADAGASCAR: A World Apart [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 171, No. 2, February 1987]
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1987. February 1987. Contains article from page 148 to 183 with 1 map and 27 colour photos by Frans Lanting. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

20744
JUDGE, Joseph, STANFIELD, James L., MARSDEN, Luis & LYON, Eugene
COLUMBUS AND THE NEW WORLD [in National Geographic Magazine]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1986. Volume 170, No. 5, November 1986. Contains three articles from P. 562 to 605 with 3 maps, 1 folded chart, and bw & colour illust., plus 1 folded map: Where did Columbus discover America?. Pict. soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

17066
KANE, Herb Kawainui
A CANOE HELPS HAWAII RECAPTURE HER PAST (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1976. Volume 149, No 4, April 1976. Article from P. 468 to 489 with 1 map and 21 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Hokule'a: construction then training for the voyage of re-enactment between Hawai'i and Tahiti.

20251
KEYNES, Quentin
SEYCHELLES, TROPIC ISLES OF EDEN [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume CXVI, No.5]
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1959. November 1959. Article from P. 670 to 695 with 3 maps, 5 bw and 17 colour photos. Pict. soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

38143
KEYNES, Quentin
MAURITIUS, ISLAND OF THE DODO (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume CIX, No.1, 1956)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1956. January 1956. Contains article from P.77 to 104 with 2 maps, 5 b/w and 23 colour photos. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

18350
KIM, H. Edward
A 14TH CENTURY CARGO MAKES PORT AT LAST [in National Geographic Magazine]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1979. Volume 156, No 2, August 1979. Includes article from P.230 to 243. Pict. soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

The wreck of a 14th century Chinese sea-going vessel of Sinan on the South Western coast of Korea.

17060
KING, Elizabeth W.
SEALS OF OUR NATION, STATES AND TERRITORIES (in National Geographic Magazine)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1946. Volume 90, No. 1, July 1946. Contains article between P.1 and 42 with 14 b/w photos and 84 colour reproductions of paintings. Soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

22460
KING, Elizabeth W.
FLAGS OF THE AMERICAS (in National Geographic Magazine)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1949. Volume XCV, No. 5, May 1949. Contains article between P.633 and 657, with 6 b/w photos and 172 colour reproductions of paintings. Soft cover (spine lightly chipped). Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Flags, guidons and pennants of the United States. Flags and coat of arms of the American nations (Argentina to Venezuela).

19123
KNOX, Captain Dudley W.
SHIPS, FROM DUGOUTS TO DREADNOUGHTS (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1938. Volume LXXIII, No. 1, January 1938. Contains article P. 56 to 98 with 27 b/w photos and XVI b/w plates "Etchings by Norman Wilkinson". Soft cover (soiled and reinforced on spine). Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Man's colossal achievement in progressing from canoe and catamaran to modern liner, superdreadnought, airplane carrier, and flying ships.

62626
KUHN, Ferdinand
THE YANKEE SAILOR WHO OPENED JAPAN (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1953. Volume 104, No.1, July 1953. Contains article between P. 85 and 102 with 1 map and 14 b/w photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Commodore Perry and his black ships ...

70293
LAND, Vice Admiral Emory S. / DRYDEN, Hugh L.
AVIATION LOOKS AHEAD ON ITS 50TH BIRTHDAY / FACT FINDING FOR TOMORROW'S PLANES (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume CIV, No.6, 1953)
$10.00 AUD

NGS. Washington. 1953. December 1953. Contains 2 articles from P 721 to 780 with 38 b/w and 39 colour photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

17067
LEWIS, David
HOKULE`A FOLLOWS THE STARS TO TAHITI (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1976. Volume 150, No 4, October 1976. Article from P. 512 to 537 with 1 map and 20 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. 25.4 x 17.5.

Hokule`a voyage to Tahiti. Traditional navigation of the Polynesians.

41352
LEWIS, David
ICEBOUND IN ANTARCTICA (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society Washington. 1984. Volume 166, No. 5, November 1984. Contains article from pages 634 to 663 with 3 maps, and 25 colour photos by Mimi George. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Exploration from the 65-foot steel-hulled schooner Dick Smith Explorer, locked in ice between March 1983 and January 1984.

41339
LINK, Edwin A. & STENUIT, Robert
OUTPOST UNDER THE OCEAN & THE DEEPEST DAYS (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 127, No.4, 1965)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1965. Volume 127, No.4, April 1965. Contains articles from P. 530 to 547 with 1 plan, and 19 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Living on board Sea Diver, off Key West.

73658
LONG, George W.
INDOCHINA FACES THE DRAGON [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume CII, No.3, 1952]
$20.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1952. September 1952. 287-430 PP with b/w and Colour illustrations. Contains article P. 287 to 328 with 13 b/w and 27 colour photos by J. Baylor Roberts. Soft covers with some wear, o/wise near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

France and her former Protectorates (Tonkin, Annam, Cochinchina, Cambodia & Laos) fight side by side to stem the Menace of Communist Forces in Southeast Asia.

17562
LYON, Eugene
THE TROUBLE WITH TREASURE (In National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1976. Volume 149, No.6, June 1976. Article: P. 787 to 805. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

The wreck of the Spanish galleon Atocha sunk off Florida in 1628.

38055
MABBERLEY, David
THE LEGACY OF FLINDERS' NATURALIST (in Australian Geographic - Issue No. 60, Oct-Dec. 2000]
$10.00 AUD

Australian Geographic. Sydney. 2000. Contains article from P. 48 to 63 with 2 b/w and 17 colour photos by Grahame McConnell, plus 1 folded map. Illustrated soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

Robert Brown, naturalist on board HMS Investigator.

41442
MacINNIS, Joseph B.
TITANIC - Tragedy in Three Dimensions [in National Geographic Magazine]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1998. Volume 194, No. 2, August 1998. Contains article P. 120 to 127 with 8 (3-D) colour images by Emory Kristof. Pictorial soft cover. 2 (3-D) glasses loosely inserted. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

55195
MACMILLAN, Miriam
FAR NORTH WITH CAPTAIN MAC (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1951. Volume C, No.4, October 1951. Contains article from P. 467 to 513 with 1 map, 14 b/w and 32 colour photos. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

Voyage of the 88-foot schooner Bowdoin to Labrador and Greenland.

41345
MALONEY, John
CHESAPEAKE ODYSSEY (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume LXXVI, No.3, 1939)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1939. Volume LXXVI, No. 3, September 1939. Contains article pages 356 to 392 with 1 map, 1 engraving and 31 b/w photos. Soft cover. Lacks front cover and lower part of spine. Internally very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

An 18-foot Sailboat follows the course of Captain John Smith around this spacious bay.

61007
MANN, William M. & Lucile Q., WILLIAMS, Maynard Owen
AROUND THE WORLD FOR ANIMALS / NETHERLANDS INDIES: PATCHWORK OF PEOPLES [in National Geographic Magazine]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1938. Volume LXXIII, No. 6, June 1938. Contains article from P. 665 to 714 with 1 map of Netherlands Indies, 33 b/w and XVI colour plates with 23 photos "Netherlands Indies: Patchwork of People". Soft cover (rubbed). Lower part of spine worn, o/wise very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Expedition of the National Geographic Society - Smithsonian Institution.

38144
MARDEN, Luis
MADAGASCAR ISLAND AT THE END OF THE EARTH [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 132, No. 4, October 1967]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1967. October 1967. Contains article from page 443 to 493 with 2 maps, 3 b/w illustrations and 52 colour photos by Albert Moldway. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

40876
MARDEN, Luis
THE ISLANDS CALLED FIJI (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1958. Volume CXIV, No. 4, October 1958. Contains article from P.526 to 561 with 2 maps, 5 b/w and 28 colour photos. Soft cover. Fine. 25.5 x 17.4.

Men walk on hot coals and women sing to turtles in Britain's Pacific colony.

49124
MARDEN, Luis
TAHITI, Finest Island in the World (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 122, No. 1, 1962)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1962. Volume 122, No. 1, July 1962. Contains article between P.1 and 47 with 3 maps and 53 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Spine lightly rubbed. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

49600
MARDEN, Luis
SAGA OF A SHIP, THE YANKEE (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1966. Volume 129, No 2, February 1966. Contains article between pages 262 and 269 with 1 map and 13 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

54 years of the life of Brigantine Yankee, wrecked in July 1964 at Rarotonga.

51063
MARKWITH, Carl
FAREWELL TO BIKINI (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1946. Volume 90, No. 1, July 1946. Contains article between P.97 and 116 with 16 b/w photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Bikini Atoll in the Ralik Chain of the Marshall Islands, prior to any testing of Atomic Bombs.

38149
MATTHEWS, Samuel W.
SCIENCE EXPLORES THE MONSOON SEA [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 132, No.4]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1967. October 1967. Contains article from P. 554 to 575 with 2 maps, 2 colour sketches, 1 b/w and 22 colour photos by Robert F. Sisson. Pictorial soft cover. Small piece missing at top of spine. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Copy without the map supplement: Indian Ocean Floor.

54635
MATTHEWS, Samuel W.
PROJECT MOHOLE - Scientists Drill at Sea to Pierce Earth's Crust (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 120, No.5, 1961)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1961. Volume 120, No. 5, November 1961. Contains article from P. 686 to 697 with 3 artist impressions in colour, 1 b/w and 10 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.4

38146
McCARRY, John
MAURITIUS, ISLAND OF QUIET SUCCESS (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 183, No.4, 1993)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1993. Volume 183, No. 4, April 1993. Contains article from page 110 to 132 with 1 map and 14 colour photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

60532
McCORMACK, James
CAPE OF CONTRAST (in Australian Geographic, Issue 98, April - June 2010)
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 2010. Australian Geographic Society. 148 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Contains article from P.94 to 105 with 1 map and 15 colour photos by Andrew Gregory. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.6 x 21.

Coast between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leewin. Other article: "Where in the desert is Ludwig Leichhardt ?", by Kean Eastwood.

38148
McDOWELL, Bart
CROSSCURRENTS SWEEPS A STRATEGIC SEA - Western Indian Ocean (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 160; No. 4 October 1981)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1981. Volume 160, No. 4, October 1981. Contains article from P. 422 to 457 with 1 map (2 insets), 9 flags and 21 colour photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Big-power politics and Indian Ocean island nations: Comoros, Maldives, Mauritius, Madagascar, Seychelles / Great Britain and the USA with Diego Garcia - France with Mayotte and La Réunion - USSR with Socotra Island...

70264
McDOWELL, Bart
CARTAGENA NIGHTS (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 175, No.4, 1989)
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1989. April 1989. Includes article from P.494 to 509 with colour illustrations (4 maps and 13 photos by O. Louis Mazzatenta.). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Historic Colombian port and fortress of the Spanish Main.

47166
McGONICAL, David
THE LUNGFISH, Australia's Living Fossil [in Australian Geographic, No. 6, April-June 1987]
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 1987. Australian Geographic Pty. Ltd. Contains article between pages 46 and 57 with 1 map, 2 colour illustrations & 13 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 27.8 x 21.

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13992
McGOWAN, Angela
HEARD ISLAND, Big Ben's Glacial Realm [in Australian Geographic, No. 9, Jan-Mar 1988]
$10.00 AUD

Australian Geographic Society. Sydney. 1988. Contains article from P.59 to 79 with 4 b/w photos and colour illustrations (1 painting by Alasdair McGregor, 1 location map, 1 folded plate, 3 maps, 3 illustrations by Rod Clement and 32 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 20.8.

Heard Island and its dependency of the McDonald Islands.

60849
McGUINNESS, Rory
THE LURE OF THE BARRAMUNDI [in Australian Geographic, No. 29, January-March 1993]
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 1993. A.G.S. Contains article pages 80 to 99 with colour illustrations (1 map, 1 painting & 40 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

73662
MEAYERS EDWARDS, Walter / LA FAY, Howard
ETERNAL FRANCE / ALGERIA, France's stepchild [in National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 117, No.6, 1960]
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1960. 1st Ed. (14), 725- 866 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Contains article P. 725 to 767 / 768 to 795 with 5 b/w photos, 1 map in colour and 50 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

41350
MERYMAN, Richard
AMERICAN VISIONS - THE WYETH FAMILY [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 180, No.1, 1991]
$10.00 AUD

NGS. Washington. 1991. Volume 180, No. 1, July 1991. Contains article from pages 78 to 109 with 11 b/w photos and 11 colour paintings. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Newell Convers Wyeth, illustrator of Treasure Island or Kidnapped. Nathaniel Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth...

66300
MILLER, Norma
THROUGH EUROPE BY TRAILER CARAVAN (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume CXI, No. 6, 1957)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1957. Volume CXI, No.6, June 1957. Includes article from P.769-818 with 8 b/w & 36 colour photos by Ardean R. Miller III, plus large folded map in colour of Europe, June 1957.. Soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Discovery voyage through a little-known (at the time) sultanate of the Indian Ocean, straddling the equator. 8 photos of baggala.

19096
MINER, Roy Waldo
ON THE BOTTOM OF A SOUTH SEA PEARL LAGOON (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1938. Volume LXXIV, No.3, September 1938. Contains article between P. 365 and 382 with 17 b/w photos & VIII colour plates "Sea Floor Aquarelles from Tongareva" by Else Bostelmann. Soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Calls in Eastern Polynesia and the atoll of Tongareva (Penrhyn) in the Cook Islands in the Zaca by an expedition of the American Museum of Natural History, New York.

60174
MITCHELL, Carleton
TO EUROPE WITH A RACING START, with Finisterre (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 113, No.6)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1958. June 1958. 735-880 PP. Contains article from P.758 to 791 with 1 map, 5 b/w and 19 colour photos. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

Newport, Bermuda, Azores (whale hunting) , Gibraltar.

73663
MITCHELL, Carleton
FRENCH RIVIERA: Storied Playground on the Azure Coast [in National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 131, No.6, 1967]
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1967. 1st Ed. (22), 745- 890 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Contains article P. 798 to 835 with colour illustrations: 1 map & 1 location map and 33 photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

60237
MONTAIGNE Fen, WARNE, Kennedy, & CARROLL, Chris
THE GLOBAL FISH CRISIS [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 211, No.4]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 2007. April 2007. 160 PP. Contains 4 articles pages 32 to 99 with graphs, maps, 7 b/w and 30 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

10910
MOORE, W. Robert
GILBERT ISLANDS IN THE WAKE OF BATTLE [in National Geographic, Volume LXXXVII, No.2]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1945. February 1945. P.129-162 with 1 map with 2 insets, 11 b/w & 19 colour photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Life returning to Tarawa and the Gilbert Islands after their conquest by the Marines.

41335
MOORE, W. Robert
THE GARDEN ISLES OF SCILLY / ISLES OF WRECKS AND GOLDEN DAFFODILS (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

NGS. Washington. 1938. Volume LXXIV, No. 6, December 1938. Contains article from P.755 to 774 with 1 map, 9 b/w and 13 colour photos. Soft cover (rubbbed). Good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Isles off Land's End, Cornwall.

55232
MOORE, W. Robert
PACIFIC WARDS OF UNCLE SAM (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 94, No.1, 1948)
$5.00 AUD

NGS. Washington. 1948. Vol. 94, No. 1, July 1948. Contains article from P.73 to 104 with 2 maps, 11 b/w and 18 colour photos. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.2 x 17.4.

United States Trust Territory of Pacific Islands.

60242
MOORE, W. Robert
CLOVE-SCENTED ZANZIBAR [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume CI, No.2]
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1952. February 1952. 141-278 PP. Contains article pages 261 to 278 with 3 maps, 6 b/w and 10 colour photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

40889
MOORE, W. Robert.
ALONG THE OLD MANDARIN ROAD OF INDO-CHINA - UNDER THE FRENCH TRICOLOR IN INDO-CHINA [in National Geographic Magazine]
$15.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1931. Vol. 60, No.2, August 1931. Contains article P.157 to 199 with 1 map and 32 b/w photos, plus 16 plates with 28 colour photos. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

From Angkor Vat in Cambodia, to Cochin-china, Annam and Tonkin.

40894
MOORE, W. Robert.
GRASS-SKIRTED YAP [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 102, No.6, 1952]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1952. Vol. 102, No.6, December 1952. Contains article P.805 to 830 with 6 b/w and 21 colour photos. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

War made Uncle Sam foster parent to these far Pacific islanders, who prize old ways, taboos, and huge disks of Stone Money.

64181
MORDEN, William J.
BY COOLIE AND CARAVAN ACROSS CENTRAL ASIA (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1927. Article pulled out from Volume LII, No. 4, October 1927. P. 369-431 with 2 maps and 73 b/w photos. Soft cover. Very good. 24.5 x 18.

Narrative of a 7,900-Mile Journey of Exploration and Research from the Indian Ocean to the Yellow Sea.

40875
MULLER, Kal
TANNA AWAITS THE COMING OF JOHN FRUM (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1974. Volume 145, No. 5, May 1974. Contains article from P.706 to 715 with 1 map and 12 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.4.

A Pacific Island from the New Hebrides (Vanuatu) awaits its messiah.

55642
MURPHY, Robert Cushman
THE ROMANCE OF SCIENCE IN POLYNESIA. An Account of Five Years of Cruising among the South Sea Islands (in National Geographic Magazine)
$40.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1925. Article pulled out of Volume XLVIII, No. 4, October 1925. 355-426 PP with 2 maps, 3 artist views, 16 colour plates Iridescent Isles of the South Seas and 64 b/w photographs by Rollo H. Beck. Plastic covers, clear plastic front, spiral bound. Fine. 25.5 x 18.

Tuamotus, Tubuai or Austral Islands, Rapa (Oparo).

39895
N/A
THE GEOGRAPHICAL MAGAZINE - Volume XXII, No. 8, December 1949
$10.00 AUD

The Geographical Magazine Ltd. London. 1949. Volume XXII, No. 8, December 1949. Edited by Michael HUXLEY. XII, 295-342, XIII-XXVIII PP with b/w and colour illustrations, plus 8 pages for photogravure supplement "The Nativity", by J.P. Harthan. Pictorial soft covers with light wear and a few pages have small dog ears, o/wise near fine. 24.8 x 18.5.

Pidgin English of the South Seas, by A.J. Marshall. Rural England in the making, by Guy Paget. Islam in Morocco, by Rom Landau. The Rhine: Europe's River, by C. V. Wedgwood.

58639
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WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 14, No. 13 - November, 1948
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1948. Edited by Charles H. Holmes. 48 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers with light wear, paper ageing around edges, o/wise contents near fine. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: The hidden crater of Wolf Creek, by Charles H. Holmes. Lord Howe Island today, by G. Scoresby Shepherd. Captain Cook Memorial at Tahiti, by S. G. Martin. Letter from Macquarie, by Norman Laird. ...

58663
N/A
WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 24, No. 6
$10.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1958. Vol. 24, No. 6, June 1958, edited by Basil G. Atkinson & Richard D. Piesse. 40 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover (Waterfront scene, Hobart). Very good. 30.2 x 24.

When Volcanoes belched upon Western Victoria, by Edmund D. Gill. Around the Great Australian Bight, by Marjorie Agar. A Senator's Travels in New Guinea, by Senator Nancy Buttfield.

63592
N/A
GEO - Australia's National Geographic - Vol. 1, No. 1, 1979
$10.00 AUD

Magazine Division / Paul Hamlyn. Sydney. 1979. 124 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 27.6 x 20.2.

Articles by: Vincent Serventy on Lake Eyre - Alfredo Roces on the Bajau of the Philippines and Borneo.

63593
N/A
GEO - Australia's National Geographic - Vol. 1, No. 2, 1979
$10.00 AUD

Magazine Division / Paul Hamlyn. Sydney. 1979. 138 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 27.6 x 20.2.

Articles by: Associate Professor E.P. Wolfers on Solomon Islands, one year after Independence. Rowan Fotheringham on Water Birds of East Australian wetlands, We turned Right and Found Tasmania, by Robert Raymond, ...

63594
N/A
GEO - Australia's National Geographic - Vol. 1, No. 3, 1979
$10.00 AUD

Magazine Division / Paul Hamlyn. Sydney. 1979. 138 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 27.6 x 20.2.

Articles by: Derek Roff on Red Centre Rocks. Gregory Forth on the Horsemen of Sumba Island, Indonesia. Jennifer Isaacs on the Visitors who reached Australia on "Praus" of Asia.

70880
N/A
THE GEOGRAPHICAL MAGAZINE - Volume VII, No. 6
$10.00 AUD

The Geographical Magazine. London. 1938. Vol. VII, No. 6, October 1938. XXII, 361- 432, XXIII-XXX PP with b/w illustrations (maps & photos), plus 8 b/w photogravures and 4 colour photographs. Soft covers, pictorial front (Hungarian shepherd). Covers repaired with clear plastic tape. Very good. 24.8 x 18.5.

The Indigestible Magyar, by Countess of Listowel. The Sudeten Germans, by Elizabeth Wiskemann. Nomads of the North, Lappish Life under modern administration, by Andrew Croft. The Burma Scene, by Maurice Collis.

72775
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WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 17, No. 9 - September 1951
$10.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne & Sydney. 1951. 48 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover "Hume Dam, River Murray". Very good. 30.5 x 24.

Pages 10 to 17: Fifty years of Federation, and the Australian Way of Life. Pages 23 to 30: New Zealand "Camera Supplement" with 11 b/w photos.

73577
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WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 17, Nos. 1 to 12, 1951
$100.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne & Sydney. 1951. Monthly edition. No. 1, January 1951 to No. 12, December 1951, with a total of 576 PP with b/w illustrations. Each issue with original pictorial soft cover. Light soiling or wear to some issues, o/wise a near fine run. Format: 30.5 x 24.

Vol.17, No.1: In the Head-Hunters' Country in Dutch New Guinea (Donald F. Thomson), By Canoe down the Shoalhaven (J.W. Pearson), The Story of the Great Barrier Reef (William J. Dakin), The Petrified Aboriginal (H.A. Lindsay). Vol.17, No.2: Robert Louis Stevenson and the South Seas (David Gunston), The Aboriginal Rock Carvings of Eastern N.S.W. (John Meredith & Brian Loughlin). Vol. 17, No.3: The Golden Labyrinth (John Béchervaise), The Volcano at Tanna (Capt. Brett Hilder), Cannibal Country, The Savage Country of the Adelbert Range (Arnold M. Maahs). Vol 17, No.4: The Archipelago of the Recherche (John Béchervaise), The Story of the Boundaries (J.H.L. Cumpston). Vol 17, No.5: Savage Battles between Snakes (David Fleay), A Zoologist in the Recherche Archipelago (Vincent Serventy), Prawning (D. Mercer), Vol. 17, No.6: Birds of the Recherche Archipelago (Vincent Serventy), Volcanic Centres of New Guinea (N.H. Fisher), The Future of the Australian Tuna Industry (T.C. Rougley). Vol.17, No.7: Prawns from the Ocean (T.C. Roughley), Reptiles of the Recherche Archipelago (Vincent Serventy), The Seafaring Manus Islanders (T.W. White), Valedictory - John Flynn (Ernestine Hill). Vol.17, No.8: Rabaul (Noël Lambert), Tin Dredging at Mt. Garnet (John K. Ewers), The Monte Bello Islands (Trevor Tuckfield), Noddies of the Abrolhos (Vincent Serventy). Vol.17, No.9: Fifty Years of Federation - and the Australian Way of Life (Dr. W.E.H. Stanner), Tasmanian Aboriginal Carvings (Jessie S. Luckman), Mining for Mica (Mary Holyoake), Heard Island (W.L. Crowther). Vol.17, No.10: The Story of the Hiri (Donald F. Thomson), Nature's Natural Penitentiary (Arnold M. Maahs), Slow Death of a Ghost Town - Borroloola (L.E. Kingsbury). Vol.17, No.11: The Atherton Tableland (John K. Ewers), Snakes and Aboriginal Lore (W.E. Harney), Men of the Cattle Country (Alan Marshall), Leper Colony (Stuart Gore). Vol.17, No.12: Spanish Mission - New Norcia (Stuart Gore), Bones of the Buangs (Arnold M. Maahs), Ships that Service the Lighthouses (Mary Holyoake), Wealth in Whales (Rowley Roberts), A Dam is Raised - Mundaring Weir (H. Drake-Brockman).

74791
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol.13, No.3 - January 1947
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1947. Journal of the Australian Geographical Society. 52 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers. Light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.

Articles include: Australia's Water Resources (J.D. Lang), Suwarrow Gulf (R.O Burlinson).

74793
N/A
WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol.15, No.12 - December,1949
$15.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne & Sydney. 1949. 46 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers detached with part of back cover missing. Paper ageing around edges, o/wise very good. 30.5 x 24.

Articles include: Strange Mount Olga (John Béchervaise), The Cattle Dog (Robert Kaleski), Shipworms and Wood (G.L. Amos), Cradle Mountain (Margaret Chattaway).

74794
N/A
WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Volume 16, No.7 - July, 1950
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1950. 48 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers. Near fine. 30.5 x 24.3.

Articles include: Mt. Michael's Fortified Villages (Arnold M;.Maahs), Gold on the Pieman (Michael Sharland), Seals in New Zealand Seas (H. Walders), ...

74795
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WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol.16, No.5 - May, 1950
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne & Sydney. 1950. 48 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers. Near fine. 30.5 x 24.

Articles include: Sheep in the Wahgi Valley (Laurence Le Guay), Tonga - The Friendly Isles (Lex Halliday), Treasure Islands of the Great Barrier Reef (Gwyn Rogers), Wittenoom (Leslie and Coralie Rees), ...

74796
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 6, No.7 - May, 1940
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1940. 48 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers with light wear, o/wise contents near fine. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: Port Moresby (Jack O'Neill), Lightning Ridge (Frank Hurley), Isles of the Coral Seas (Capt. C.A.S. Mansbridge), New Norcia Mission (James Pollard), Where the Murray Goes Down to the Sea (Wilkie Thomson)...

74797
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 11, No.3 - January 1945
$15.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1945. 40 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers (detached and back cover missing), otherwise complete and still a very good copy of an early edition. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: Around Darwin Harbour (A.L. Lauder), Australia and New Guinea in Pictures, South-West Coast (Tasmania), by Fred Usher, Headlands of History (Ewen K. Patterson)...

74799
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 11, No.5 - March, 1945
$15.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1945. 40 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers (Solomon Island Natives) are worn and partly detached. Paper ageing, staples removed, o/wise contents are complete. Still a very good copy of an early edition. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: Sky-Lines in the Forest (H. Drake-Brockman), Coconut (Clive S. Priest), Across the Barkly Tablelands (Haliden Hartt), Oil of Tung (Tarlton Rayment), ...

74800
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 11, No.8 - June, 1945
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1945. 40 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers (Cattle-Drafting at a Stockmen's Carnival, Queensland). A near fine copy. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: Forests of the Territory (James Pollard), Bayonets of the Sea ("Creel"), Trout Fishing Thirty Years Ago (Helga Swinburne-Johnson), The Journey North (Jackson J. Doughty), ...

74801
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 11, No.10 - August, 1945
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1945. 40 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers (Young Wallaby). Page 7 has a repaired tear without loss of text and otherwise, this is a near fine copy. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: With Eagles in the field (David Fleay), Fish Trapping in the Tropics (J. Hollis), Tea-Tree Bees of Port Phillip (Tarlton Rayment), New Caledonia (Gordon L. Clark), The Cape Leeuwin Water-Wheel (J.E. Try), ...

74804
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WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 17, No. 6 - June 1951
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne & Sydney. 1951. 48 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft cover "Volcanic eruption, Mt. Lamington, New Guinea". Near fine. 30.5 x 24.

Articles include: Birds of the Recherche Archipelago (Vincent Serventy), Volcanic Centres of New Guinea (N.H. Fisher), The Future of the Australian Tuna Industry (T.C. Roughley), The Genesis of Colac (John Russell), ...

74805
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WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 17, No. 7 - July 1951
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne & Sydney. 1951. 48 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft cover "Winter Sport, Australian Alps". Near fine. 30.5 x 24.

Articles include: Prawns from the Ocean (John K. Ewers), Reptiles of the Recherche Archipelago (Vincent Serventy), The Seafaring Manus Islanders (T.W. White), Valedictory - John Flynn (Ernestine Hill), The Saksak Story (O.I. Speck), ...

74806
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WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 17, No. 8 - August, 1951
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne & Sydney. 1951. 48 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft cover "Tawny Frogmouth on Nest". Near fine. 30.5 x 24.

Articles include: Saltwater Forests of the North (Gwyn Rogers), The Monte Bello Islands (Trevor Tuckfield), Among Plants of the Recherche (James H. Willis), Noddies of the Abrolhos (Vincent Serventy), ...

74807
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WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 17, No. 10 - October, 1951
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne & Sydney. 1951. 48 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft cover "The New Canberra Jet Bomber". Near fine. 30.5 x 24.

Articles include: The Story of the Hiri (Donald F. Thomson), Island Across the Bay (Gwyn Rogers), Burt Plain (M. Kathleen Woodburn), Slow Death of a Ghost Town (L.E. Kingsbury), ...

74808
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WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 17, No. 12 - December 1951
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne & Sydney. 1951. 48 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft cover "Iceberg photographed from the Wyatt Earp during its southern cruise to Antarctica). Near fine. 30.5 x 24.

Articles include: Spanish Mission (Stuart Gore), Ships that service the lighthouses (Mary Holyoake), Wealth in Whales (Rowley Roberts), A Dam is Raised (H. Drake-Brockman), Seven Creeks (John Bechervaise), ...

74809
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 11, No.9 - July 1945
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1945. 40 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers (Ski-ing, Mt. Bogong, Victoria). Near fine. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: The Captain Cook Dock, Sydney (Mary Durack), New Hebrides (Basil Hall), Grass Tree Resin (Myra J. Drummond), ...

74810
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 11, No.12 - October 1945
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1945. 40 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers (Trout Fishing, New Zealand). Near fine. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: Kite Fishing in the Solomons (A.E.Church), Ghost Worlds of the North (James Pollard), Surf Fishing (Cusec), Pioneering the Shoalhaven (Ray Harris), Coaching Days in Tasmania and NSW (William Wilson), ...

74811
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 11, No.11 - September 1945
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1945. 40 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers (HMS Illustrious in Captain Cook Dock, Sydney). Near fine. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: Trees that grow shipshape (Noel Griffiths), Bentonite (Robert Archer), Birds of Paradise (A.W. Lauder), The Fairy Lamps of the Turpentine (Ka-vai), Sydney's Famous G.P.O. Clock (K.A.), ...

75162
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WALKABOUT Australia and the South Seas (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 2, No.1, November, 1935)
$50.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1935. 64 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (Surf Boat). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

Tribal Wars in Unexplored New Guinea, by M. J. Leahy. Aboard the London Airmail, section Brisbane to Camooweal (Qld), by C. H. Holmes. Surfing: Australia's National Pastime, by Violet A. Roche. In the wake of the Willy-Willies, by Ernestine Hill. New Caledonia, by Stephen Henty. Melbourne Cup. ...

75163
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WALKABOUT Australia and the South Seas (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 2, No.2, December, 1935)
$50.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1935. 64 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (Mountainering in the New Zealand Alps). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

With the Buffalo Hunters, Arnhem Land, by C. H. Holmes. Tasman Island, by E. K. Sinclair. On the road to Broken Hill, by A. B. Haines. Mutton-Birds of Bass Strait, by M. S. R. Sharland. Glory of the Islands, coast of West Australia, by Ernestine Hill. Levuka (Fiji), by G. Scoresby Shepherd.

75164
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WALKABOUT Geographic Magazine Australia and the South Seas (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 2, No.4, February 1936)
$50.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1936. 64 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (The Lace Lizard "Goanna"). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

Picnic Racing in the "Outback", by Jim McCarter. Islands in the Sun (Great Barrier Reef), by G. Rogers. Laying the Bass Strait Telephone Cable, by A. B. Haines. A Native Fish-Hunt in New Ireland, by William C. Groves. Water in the Desert (W.A.'s 350-mile Pipe-Line to the Kalgoolie goldfields), by John K. Ewers.

75165
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WALKABOUT Geographic Magazine Australia and the South Seas (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 2, No.5, March 1936)
$50.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1936. 64 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (The "Joseph Conrad"). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

The "Joseph Conrad" A Full-Rigger in the South Seas, by A. J. Villiers. The Unveiling of a Continent (the Kennedy Expedition: 2nd part), by Russell S. Clark. Ambergris, by Richard Ross. A Nullarbor Sheep Station, by D. R. Nicholls. The Dugong, by G.H. Sunter.

75166
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WALKABOUT Geographic Magazine Australia and the South Seas (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 2, No.6, April 1936)
$50.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1936. 64 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (Launching the Lifeboat at Queenscliff). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

Australia's Flying Doctors, by Dr. George Simpson. Whaling at Point Cloates (700 miles North of Perth, W.A.), by John K. Ewers. Storm Warriors (shipwreck! Life-boat ...), by Lorenzo Robertson. The Unveiling of a Continent (Part 3) : with Burke and Wills to the Gulf of Carpentaria, by Russell S. Clark.

75167
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WALKABOUT Geographic Magazine Australia and the South Seas (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 2, No.8, June 1936)
$50.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1936. 64 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (A Young Wedge-tailed Eagle). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

Cape York Peninsula, (1) The civilised foreground, by Ursula H. McConnel. Below Zero, Life on a Ross Sea Whaler, by Henrik Brammall. Roving the Coral Seas, by C.B. Christesen. Unveiling of a Continent (Part 5): with Eyre along the Great Australian Bight, by Russell S. Clark. The Kanaka Mercantile Marine, by F. A. Hood. Headlands and History, by T. Dunbabin.

75168
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WALKABOUT Geographic Magazine Australia and the South Seas (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 2, No.10, August 1936)
$50.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1936. 56 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (Mustering, Dargo High Plains, Victoria). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

Hoof-Beats on Bogong, by Lorenzo Robertson. Does Lasseter's Reef Exist?, by Michael Terry. New Guinea Jewellery, by F. A. Hood. Cape York Peninsula (part 3): Development and Control, by Ursula H. McConnell. Native surgery in the South Seas Islands (Gazelle Peninsula, New Britain), by G. McLaren.

75169
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WALKABOUT Geographic Magazine Australia and the South Seas (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 2, No.12, October 1936)
$50.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1936. 56 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (Competitor at the Sydney Royal Agricultural Show). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

Australia's Antarctic Dependency, by John K. Davis. Fighting the Prickly Pear, by Edward Samuel. Hobart, the City by the Mountain, by C. C. D. Brammall. A Native Feast in Melanesia, by W. C. Groves. "Wilgie-Mia": an Aboriginal Red Ochre Mine, by W. H. Kretchmar.

75170
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WALKABOUT Geographic Magazine Australia and the South Seas (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 3, No.1, November 1936)
$50.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1936. 56 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (The "Cathedral", Tawong Station, Corryong). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

Lazy Days in Crocodile Land (North Australia), by Ion L. Idriess. In Wild New Guinea, Up the Sepik River, by Brian Stirling. Water Conservation in Australia, by Lewis R. East. My Island Home,: Whitsunday Passage, Qld, by H. G. Lamond.

75171
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WALKABOUT Geographic Magazine Australia and the South Seas (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 3, No.2, December 1936)
$50.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1936. 56 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (Turtle Riding at Heron Island, G.B.R.). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

Heron Island, a Fairy Isle of Romance, by Colin Roderick. The River Murray Steamers, a Romance of Australian transport in the early days, by L. D. Mackay. New Zealand's Thermal Regions, by Edward Samuel. South Seas Withchery: notes from a Tahitian Journey, by J.K. Stone. Digging for Kauri Gum in New Zealand, by Ronald Vine.

75172
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WALKABOUT Geographic Magazine (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 3, No.4, May 1937)
$50.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1937. 56 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (The Drover). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

FEZ (Morocco), by Adrian Brunel. Tending 113,000,000 Sheep, by Arthur Barclay. Rafting down the Markham (New Guinea), by B. U. Kay. The Palaces of London, by Peter Fenn.

75173
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WALKABOUT Geographic Magazine Australia and the South Seas (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 3, No.4, February 1937)
$50.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1937. 56 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (A Biwa warrior, Ono River, New Guinea). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

New Guinea Borderland, by Brian Stirling. Peopling Australia's Northern Territory, by A. B. Haines. The SIngatoka Road (Fiji), by Harvey Vaughan. Adrift in Mid-Pacific (Ill-fated Regina), by Warren C. Steele. With the Japanese Luggers off North Australia, by Arthur Barclay. Rotuma - Gem of the Pacific, by C. W. Hodge.

75175
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WALKABOUT Geographic Magazine (Walkabout Magazine, Vol. 7, No.12, October 1941)
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1941. 48 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers (A Student at the Longerenong Agricultural College, Victoria). Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30.5 x 24.5.

Life on a Sheep Station, by Helena Cass. Ayer's Rock (said to be the largest rock in the world), by Frank Clune. Rubber Production, by John Gibb. Australia's Great Gold Story, by C. R. Bradish.

75176
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 11, No.6 - April, 1945
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1945. 40 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers (On Sydney Harbour). Paper ageing and foxing. Very good copy of an early edition. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: Aerial Postman, by Glen Francis. Taronga Park Experiment, by Tarlton Rayment. Sons of Head-hunters go to work, (New Guinea), drawings by R. Emerson Curtis. Gold, by H. Drake-Brockman. The Tasmanian North-West, Romance of the Arthur River, by Bernard Cronin. New Guinea hair styles, by G.M. Read. Merawke (Dutch New Guinea), by Owen Campbell Mortimer.

75343
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WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 26, No. 3
$10.00 AUD

Australian Geographical Society. Melbourne. 1960. Monthly edition. No. 3, March 1960. Edited by ATKINSON, Basil G., TUCKER, Graham L., & PEARCE, Kerry. 40 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover (in colour). Near fine. Format: 29.6 x 24.

Coast Watchers Light (in Madang, PNG), by Walter Brooksbank. The Allure of Ayers Rock, by Joyce Batty. Western Australia's "Chin" (Cape Naturaliste on Geographe Bay to Cape Leeuwin), by W. Charnley.

75344
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WALKABOUT - Australia's Way of Life Magazine - Vol. 34, No. 10 - 1968
$10.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1968. Vol. 34, No. 10, October 1968. Edited by McARDLE, Brian, & FENTON, Peter. 52 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers in colour. Near fine. Format: 33 x 26.5.

Saga of the Overland Telegraph: Todd and his Telegraph, / Afghans and Camels, by Pauline Stubbs Australian Opera commes to stay, by Pamela Ruskin. Treasures of the Mitchell Library, by Don Johnson.

75345
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WALKABOUT - Australia's Way of Life Magazine - Vol. 35, No. 6 - 1969
$10.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1969. Vol. 35, No. 6, June 1968. Edited by FENTON, Peter & HICKS, Gayle. 48 PP with b/w and illustrations. Pictorial soft covers in colour. Near fine. Format: 33 x 26.5.

Charles O'Hara Booth, benevolent martinet / Convict settlement of Port Arthur, by Lorraine Cazalar. Communications across the Nullarbor, by Warren Scott. Louis Brennan - Master Inventor and the Torpedo, by Richard Ross.

75346
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WALKABOUT - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 23, No. 1, 1957
$10.00 AUD

Australian National Travel Association. Melbourne. 1957. Vol. 23, No. 1, January 1957. Edited by HOLMES, Charles H., & PIESSE, Richard D. 48 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 30 x 24.

The Great Plain of Quartania (Western Australia), by W. Charnley. Sivirri and Adi Kwoiam: A Culture Hero from Western Cape York who invaded Torres Strait and died a Warrior Hero, by Dr. Donald F. Thomson. The Murray, Australia's Greatest River by Richard D. Piesse. "... Where You Find It", The Story of Western Australia's Gold Rushes, by Francis Bramwell Smith.

75357
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 11, No.7 - May, 1945
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1945. 40 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers (Eildon Weir, Victoria). Paper ageing and foxing. Very good copy of an early edition. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: Penguins, by L. E. Richdale. Native Walkabout, by H. D. Williamson. Life on a Kimberley Cattle Station "Argyle Downs", by H. Drake-Brockman. "Brighties" of the Western Slopes (Diamond), by Tarlton Rayment. Mt Bartle Frere, the Highest Point of Queensland, by Noel Griffiths.

75358
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 12, No.1 - November, 1945
$15.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1945. 40 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers (Frilled Dragon). Paper ageing and foxing , with old water marks at top corner of most pages. Very good. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: Frilled Dragon, by Norman Laird. Thylungra, by Mary Durack. New Britain, by H.D. Williamson. Native Villages of Port Moresby, by Roy A. Macdonell. Dampier's Well, Dampier and the RAAF visit Millingilbi, by A.E. Church. Charting the Seas, by Rowland C. Roberts.

75359
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WALKABOUT MAGAZINE - Australian Geographical Magazine - Vol. 12, No.2 - December 1945
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1945. 40 PP with b/w illustrations throughout. Pictorial soft covers (New Guinea Native). Paper ageing and foxing. Very good. 30.2 x 24.

Articles include: Island of Iron (Cockatoo Island, Buccaneer Archipelago), by H. Drake-Brockman. The Crocodile Hunters, by E. Worrell & A. J. Matthews. The Paddle-wheelers of Echuca, by F. L. Boyle. Stick Insects, by Norman Laird. Bringalbert, lower Wimmera, Vic., by William Ruth. King Island, by M.S.R. Shardland.

64918
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
HISTORY SALVAGE FROM THE SEA / COLONIZATION AND TRADE IN THE NEW WORLD
$10.00 AUD

Washington. 1977. National Geographic Society. Folded poster. Double sided supplement to Volume 152, No. 6, December 1977. History side with artworks by Richard Schlecht. Colonization side with chart by William Peele and Richard K Rogers. Few repaired tears at fold. Very good. Poster size: 57.5 x 76. Folded size: 28.8 x 19.

20343
NELSON, Daniel A.
GHOST SHIPS OF THE WAR OF 1812, Hamilton & Scourge [in National Geographic Magazine]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1983. Volume 163, No.3, March 1983. Includes article from P.288 to 313 with 1 map and 26 bw and colour illust. Pict. soft cover (bodice of Hamilton's figurehead). Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Sunk in a squall on 8th of August 1813, in the south west corner of lake Ontario. Discovered by side-scan sonar in 1975 and inspected by Cousteau diving saucer in 1980.

70266
NEWMAN, Peter C.
CANADA'S FUR-TRADING EMPIRE - Three Centuries of the Hudson's Bay Company (in National Geographic Magazine - Vol. 172, No.2)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1987. August 1987. Contains article pages 192 to 228 with b/w & colour illustrations (charts, maps, paintings, photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

History of the world's oldest continuous commercial enterprise. Its empire once stretched from the Arctic Ocean to San Francisco and from Labrador to Hawaii.

18583
NEWTON, John G.
HOW WE FOUND THE MONITOR (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 147, No.1)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1975. January 1975. Contains article P. 48 to 61 with bw and colour illust. Pictorial. soft cover. Lacks the back cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Sunk off Cape Hatteras.

51065
NIMITZ, Fleet Admiral Chester W.
YOUR NAVY AS PEACE INSURANCE (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 89, No.6, 1946)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1946. Volume 89, No. 6, June 1946. Contains article between P.681and 736 with 32 b/w and 26 colour photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

US NAVY and post World War II.

36518
O'NEILL, Thomas
NEW CALEDONIA - France's Untamed Pacific Outpost (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 197, No.5)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2000. Volume 197, No. 5, May 2000. (14), 130 PP. Contains article between pages 54 and 75 with colour illustrations: 1 map and 16 photos by Peter Essiock. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.5 x 17.4.

The Pacific Isles of New Caledonia make their mark on the world with a wealth of plant species found nowhere else.

60178
OELAND, Glen
THE H.L. HUNTLEY: Secret Weapon of the Confederacy (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 2002. Volume 202, No. 1, July 2002. 130 PP. Contains article from P. 82 to 101 with 2 maps and colour illustrations (artwork by Richard Schlecht and photos by Ira Block). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Raising Hunley, Civil War submarine.

14852
OLIVER, L. Douglas
TREASURE ISLANDS OF AUSTRALASIA - New Guinea, New Caledonia, and Fiji Trace Across the South Pacific a Fertile Crescent Incredibly Rich in Minerals and Foods [in National Geographic Magazine]
$15.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1942. Volume LXXXI, No.6, June, 1942. P.691-722 with 1 map on a double page and 23 b/w photos (13 on full page). Soft cover. Very good. 25.5. x 17.5.

60235
PARFIT, Michael
HOTSPOT: ISLANDS OF THE PACIFIC [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 203, No.3]
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2003. March 2003. 132 PP. Contains article from P. 106 to 125 with 1 map (with 3 inserts) and 18 colour photos by Tim Laman. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

60240
PARFIT, Michael / REID, T. R.
EXPLOITING THE OCEAN'S BOUNTY: Diminishing Returns / TSUKIJI: The Great Tokyo Fish Market [in National Geographic Magazine]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1995. Volume 188, No. 5, November 1995. 142 PP. Contains article pages 2 to 55 with colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. 25.4 x 17.5.

40890
PATTERSON, Carolyn Bennett
IN THE FAR PACIFIC - AT THE BIRTH OF NATIONS (in National Geographic Magazine)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1986. Volume 170, No. 4, October 1986. Contains article from P.460 to 499 with 1 map, 4 national flags and 36 colour photos by David Hiser and Melinda Berge. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.5 x 17.4.

The four island nations: Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands - Republic of Palau (Belau) - Federated State of Micronesia - Republic of the Marshall Islands.

66035
PERRIN, Andrew
OUTER LIMITS - On Patrol in our Northern Seas "Ashmore Reef" (in Australian Geographic, No. 64, Oct-Dec 2001)
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 2001. Australian Geographic. 128 PP. Contains article from P. 62 to 73 with colour illustrations (1 map and insets, 1 artwork by Marje Crosby-Fairall and 11 photos by Kevin Deacon). Illustrated soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

18405
PETERSON, Mendel
REACH FOR THE NEW WORLD (in National Geographic Magazine)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1977. Vol. 152, No. 6, December, 1977. Includes article P.724 to 765 with 1map, 1 b/w photo and 45 colour illustrations (photographs by David L. Arnold and Paintings by Richard Schlecht). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Wrecks off Bermuda & other Caribbean islands or on the lost city of Port Royal (Jamaica).

54637
PETERSON, Roger Tory
THE GALAPAGOS, Eerie Cradle of New Species (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1967. Volume 131, No. 4, April 1967. Contains article from P.540 to 585 with 2 pages of colour illustrations (2 maps, 1 portrait and the Galapagos finches family tree) and 58 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.4

16395
PLATT, Rutherford
SHELLS TAKE YOU OVER WORLD HORIZONS (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume XCVI, No.1, 1949)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1949. Volume XCVI No 1, July 1949. Article from P. 33 to 84 with 16 b/w photos and 32 pages for 420 col. photos of shells in text. Soft cover (rubbed). Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

70276
PONCET, Sally
WILDLIFE QUEST TO THE ICY SEAS OF SOUTH GEORGIA (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 175, No.3, 1989)
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1989. March 1989. Includes article from P.340 to 375 with 1 map, 1 location map and 28 colour photos by Frans Lanting. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

On board the yacht Damien II.

39332
POOLE, Robert M.
WINSLOW HOMER - AMERICAN ORIGINAL (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 194, No.6, 1998)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1998. Volume 194, No. 6, December 1998. Contains article P. 72 to 101 with 2 b/w and 17 colour photos by Sam Abell. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.6.

60819
PRICE, Willard
HENRY HUDSON'S RIVER (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1962. Volume 121, No. 3, March 1962. Article between pages 364 and 403 with 44 colour illustrations (1 plan, 3 maps, 3 paintings and 37 photos by Wayne Miller). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

60228
QUAMMEN, David
THE NAME GIVER - Carl Linnaeus, Botanist: the Man who Named Plants (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2007. Volume 211, No. 6, June 2007. Contains articles between P. 72 and 87 with 3 b/w illustrations (1 portrait & 2 facsimiles), and 13 colour photographs by Helene Schmitz. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Swedish botanist who treasured nature and gave a system for naming species.

60238
QUAMMEN, David
THE MAN WHO WASN'T DARWIN - ALFRED RUSSELL WALLACE (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2008. Volume 214, No. 6, December 2008. 162 PP. Contains articles between pages 106 and 133 with 1 folded map, 2 b/w illustrations (1 portrait & 1 facsimile), and colour photographs by Robert Clark. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

60239
QUAMMEN, David, & RIDLEY, Matt
THE DARWIN BICENTENNIAL: Darwin's First Clues / Modern Darwins (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2009. Volume 215, No. 2, February 2009. 154 PP. Contains 2 articles between pages 34 and 73 with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

55193
RADFORD, Admiral Arthur W.
OUR NAVY IN THE FAR EAST (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume CIV, No.4, 1953)
$10.00 AUD

NGS. Washington. 1953. Volume CIV, No.4, October 1953. Contains article from P.537 to 577 with 10 b/w and 39 colour photos by J. Baylor Roberts. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

10411
REDWOOD, Rosaline
EARLY SEALING DAYS (in Walkabout Magazine Vol. 9, No. 3)
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1943. Volume 9, No. 3, January 1943. Contains article from P.4 to 8 with 3 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 30 x 24.

A history of sealing & the sealing industry on the Southern Ocean islands between 1792 and 1829. Other article: "Boats on the Darling", by W. K. GLOVER

60120
RINGER, R. James
PHIPS' FLEET- Sir William Phips's ship found at Baie-Trinité, Saint Lawrence (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2000. Volume 198, No. 2, August 2000. 124 PP. Contains article from P. 72 to 81 with 1map and 13 colour illustrations (photos by Bill Curtsinger). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Shipwreck following the attempted attack on Québec of 1690.

60243
ROSS RANGE, Peter
OMAN [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 187, No.5, May 1995]
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1995. May 1995. 142 PP. Contains article pages 112 to 138 with 1 national flag, 2 maps and 18 colour photos by James L. Stanfield. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

21062
ROUGHLEY, T.C.
WHERE NATURE RUNS RIOT, On Australia's Great Barrier Marine Animals grow to Unusual Size, Develop Strange Weapons of Attack and Defense, and Acquire Brilliant Colors (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1940. Volume LXXVII, No 6, June 1940. Article from P. 823 to 850 with 1 map, 18 bw and 15 colour photos in text. Soft cover, front cover rubbed. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

60227
ROYTE, Elizabeth
ON THE BRINK - Hawaii's Vanishing Species (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1995. Volume 188, No. 3, September 1995. Contains articles between P. 2 and 37 with 2 maps and 25 colour illustrations (photographs by Chris Johns), plus the large folded map "Rediscovering Hawaii" loosely inserted. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

47593
RULE, Margaret
HENRY III's LOST WARSHIP / THE SEARCH FOR MARY ROSE (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 163, No. 5, 1983)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1983. Volume 163, No. 5, May 1983. Contains article between pages 646 and 675 with 2 maps and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.6.

The excavation and raising of Henry VIII's flagship.

32331
RYMAN, Anders
JOHN FRUM, WON'T YOU PLEASE COME HOME? (in Geo Australasia Volume 9, No.4, December 1987-February 1988)
$10.00 AUD

Australasia's Geographical Magazine. Sydney. 1987. Includes article P. 78 to 93 with 1 location map, 16 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 27.6 x 20.6.

A cargo cult on the Island of Tanna, Vanuatu, is still waiting for the USA to bring them paradise.

61455
SARGENT, Josephine
THE COMING OF THE LIGHT - Arrival of Missionaries in the Torres Strait islands (in Australian Geographic, No. 106, January - February 2012)
$10.00 AUD

Australian Geographic Society. Sydney. 2010. 130 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Contains article pages 80 to 89 with 1 map and 17 colour photos by Cathy Finch. Folded poster (map on the inside and information "Our Northern Frontier" on the outside), loosely inserted. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.6 x 21.

Arrival in 1871 on Erub (Darnley) Island.

20994
SCOFIELD, John
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS AND THE NEW WORLD HE FOUND [in National Geographic Magazine]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1975. Volume 148, No. 5, November 1975. Contains article from P.584 to 625 with 4 maps, 9 bw and 29 colour illust. (photos by Adam Woolfitt). Pict. soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

49609
SCOFIELD, John
NEW GUINEA (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1962. Volume 121, No.5, May, 1962. Contains article between P.583 and 637 with 5 maps and 64 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.2 x 17.5.

Dutch New Guinea & Australian New Guinea.

65489
SCOTT, Roy & COWLEY, Terri (editors)
AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHIC, No. 71, July-September 2003
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 2003. Australian Geographic. 128 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Illustrated soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

Outback Favourites. Life on Mars. ... A River of People: Hawkesbury-Nepean river, by Danielle Teutsch. Silent gatekeepers, Australian Quarantine, by Tim Elliott ...

67440
SCOTT, Roy & EASTWOOD, Ken (editors)
AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHIC, No. 77, Jan - Mar 2005
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 2005. Australian Geographic. 128 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Illustrated soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

Water ... most precious asset, by Elizabeth Ginis. The rise, fall and rise of Esperance, by Andrew Bain. Diving the Cumberland, by Mark Spencer.

70279
SCOTT, Sir Peter / SWAN, Robert / VESILIND, Priit
THE ANTARCTIC CHALLENGE / IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF SCOTT / ANTARCTICA (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 171, No.4)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1987. April 1987. Includes 3 articles: pages 538 to 543, 544 to 555, 556 to 560 with 4 b/w photos and 13 colour illustrations (2 maps and 11 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Folded chart (Antarctica on recto and "Pinnipeds around the World" on recto) loosely inserted. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Other article: Seals and their kin.

17051
SEVERIN, Tim
IN THE WAKE OF SINDBAD (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 162, No. 1)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1982. Volume 162, No. 1, July 1982. Article from P. 2 to 41 with 1 map, 3 drawings and 32 col. photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Re-enactment of traditional sailing between Oman and China on board a dhow.

70280
SEVERIN, Tim
RETRACING THE FIRST CRUSADE (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 176, No.3)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1989. September 1989. Includes article from P.326 to 365 with 1 b/w illustrations and 31 colour illustrations (1 map, 1 location map, 4 paintings and 25 photos by Peter Essick). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

74965
SEVERIN, Timothy
THE VOYAGE OF "BRENDAN" - Did Irish Monks Discover America? [in National Geographic Magazine , Vol. 152, No.6, December 1977]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic. Washington. 1977. December 1977 magazine. Contains article from P. 769 to 797 with colour photos. Pictorial soft covers. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

22715
SEVERY, Merle
PORTUGAL'S SEA ROAD TO THE EAST (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 182, No. 5, 1992)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1992. Volume 182, No. 5, November 1992. Article from P.56 to 93 with 28 colour illust. (1 map & 27 photos). Pictorial soft cover. New. 25.5 x 17.5.

Portuguese age of discovery from Lisbon and Sagres to Macau and Japan, via the Cape of Good Hope and the Indian Ocean.

35031
SEVERY, Merle
THE WORLD OF SÜLEYMAN THE MAGNIFICENT (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 172, No.7, 1987)
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1987. Volume 172, No. 7, November 1987. Contains article from P.552 to 601 with 1 folded map, and 44 colour illustrations by James L. Stanfield. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

50506
SHADBOLT, Maurice
WESTERN SAMOA, The Pacific's Newest Nation (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1962. Volume 122, No. 4, October 1962. Contains articles between P. 572 and 602 with 2 maps and 38 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

20981
SHOMETTE, Donald G.
HEYDAY OF THE HORSE FERRY [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 176, No.4]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1989. October 1989. Contains article P. 548 to 556 with 1 plan, 5 bw and 8 colour illust. Pict. soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

A long-forgotten animal-powered craft is discovered on the bottom of Lake Champlain.

49632
SHOR, Franc
PACIFIC FLEET: Force for Peace (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume CXVI, No.3, 1959)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S Washington. 1959. Volume CXVI, No. 3, September 1959. Contains article between P. 283 and 335 with 1 map, 5 drawings, 7 b/w photos and 36 colour photos by W. E. Garrett. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

With the United States Navy in the Western Pacific and Eastern Asia.

49592
SHOWALTER, William Joseph
OUR GUARDIANS ON THE DEEP (in National Geographic Magazine)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1914. Vol. 25, No. 6, June 1914. Contains article between P. 655 and 677 with 1 map and 15 b/w photos. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

With the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.

46063
SIMPICH, Frederick
AS 2,000 SHIPS ARE BORN (in National Geographic Magazine)
$20.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1942. Volume LXXXI, No 5, May 1942. Contains article pages 551 to 588 with 34 b/w photos. Soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Building program for 2000 new tankers, freighters and cargo-passenger ships, by the end of 1943.

13349
SIMPICH, Major Frederick
AT EASE IN THE SOUTH SEAS [in National Geographic]
$20.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1944. Volume LXXXV No 1, January 1944. Article from P. 79 to 104 with 32 b/w photos. Soft cover, spine lightly damaged. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

American troops and services in the Pacific islands and Australia during WWII. (8 photos on New Caledonia).

21076
SMITH, Dick & WHELAN, Howard (editors)
AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHIC - No. 35, July-Sept. 1994 + Poster-Map "ANTARCTICA"
$15.00 AUD

Australian Geographic Society. Sydney. 1994. 128 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Plus 2 folded plates "The making of an Australian pearl" and "West MacDonnell National Park", and a large folded map of "Antarctica" (loosely inserted). Pictorial soft covers. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

Australi's Giant Pearls, by Rory McGuinness. A Timeless Grandeur (Central Australia's spectacular West MacDonnell National Park), by Denis O'Byrne. Paddling into Paradise (kayaking expedition to Papua New Guinea), by Katie Reid.

54791
SMITH, Pip
CRUISING IN MAWSON'S ANTARCTICA (in Australian Geographic, No. 25, January-March 1992)
$10.00 AUD

Australian Geographic Pty Ltd. Sydney. 1992. 128 PP. Contains article P. 108 to 123 with 1 map in colour and 24 colour photos by Pip and Dick Smith. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

Antarctic cruise on the Frontier Spirit.

57659
SMITH, Roff
BEYOND THE BLUE HORIZON: How Ancient Voyagers Settled the far-flung Islands of the Pacific (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2008. Volume 213, No. 3, March 2008. Article from P. 106 to 123 with 11 colour illustrations (1 map and 10 photos by Stephen Alvarez). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

60181
SMITH, Roff
SHIPWRECK IN THE FORBIDDEN ZONE: Portuguese merchant ship (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2009. Volume 216, No. 4, October 2009. 130 PP. Contains article from P.116 to 127 with 1 map and colour illustrations (3 artworks by Jon Foster and 8 photos by Amy Toensing). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Portuguese trading vessel, sunk in 1533, off the southern coastline of Namibia.

46814
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 81
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1995. Volume 81, Nos. 1 to 4. 512 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 2: The purchase of the Australian Colonial Gunboats, by Colin Jones. No. 3: British shipping and the Diesel Engine: the early years, by Denis Griffiths...

46815
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 80
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1994. Volume 80, Nos. 1 to 4. 512 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: The Royal Navy and the Caribbean, 1689-1763, by Christian Buchet... No. 3: British sailors and the Brazilian Navy 1822-1850, by Brian Vale... No. 4: The achievements of Captain George Vancouver, by John Naish...

46816
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 79
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1993. Volume 79, Nos. 1 to 4. 512 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: The development of the Merchant Ship 1880-1990, by Ian Buxton... No. 2: Finding Port Nicholson, by Brian Hooker. No. 4: The Royal Navy and the Peninsular War, by Christopher Hall...

46859
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 76, Nos.1-4
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1990. Volume 76, Nos. 1 to 4. Edited by Brian H. Dolley. 398 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: The Turkish Imperial State barges. No. 2: Scrimshaw by William Lewis Roderick. No. 3: Colbert's Grand Indian Ocean Fleet.

46860
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 74
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1988. Volume 74, Nos. 1 to 4. 430 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: A useful extact of the rules and regulations of the Sacred Order of Jerusalem and tha manner of advancng in its galley service. No. 3: The maritime peoples of the Indian Ocean Region. No.4: The engagement between the C.S.S. Alabama and the USS Kearsarge.

46861
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Vol. 74, No. 4
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1988. November 1988. Editors: Brian H. & Mrs Cecilia M. Dolley. VIII, 319-430 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Soft cover. Occasional foxing, o/wise fine. 24 x 17.2.

Sailing Barges of Lake Constance, by Paul Bloesch. The Painted Sails of the Adriatic, by Mario Marzari. The engagement between the C.S.S. Alabama and the USS Kearsarge, by Max Guérout. Historic Architecture of H. M. A. Naval Dockyard, Garden Island, N.S.W., by Eric J. Martin & Howard Tanner. British Whaling Surgeons in the South Seas, 1823-1843, by Honore Forster.

46902
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 75, No.1
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1989. Volume 75, No.1. Contains article from P. 53 to 78 with 5 tables. Pictorial soft cover (in colour). Fine. 24 x 17.2.

Old Norse Nautical Distance Tables in the Mediterranean Sea. by Roald Morcken. Contains another article: The Serpent and the Dove: Studying Nelson 's character, by Susan Harmon.

46906
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 73
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1987. Volume 73, Nos. 1 to 4. 440 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos) and colour photos. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: Wine and Maritime Society... No. 2: The Gentleman of Jamaica... No. 4: The sinew of war: manning and provisioning English fighting ships 1550-1650.

46908
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 73, No.2
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1987. Volume 73, No. 2, May 1987. (XII), (VIII), 121- 240 PP with b/w illustrations. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

Pages 139 to 147: The Sanaro of Lakes Lesina and Varano, by Marco Bonino.

51208
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 60
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1974. Volume 60, Nos. 1 to 4. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. 454 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 31 b/w plates. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: Horatio Nelson and the murderous cooper, by H. L. Cryer... No. 2: Torres or Prado ?, by Brett Hilder... No. 3: The surveys of John McCluer by W. A. Spray. No. 4: Scroll paintings of Chinese junks..., by Osamu Oba (12 plates with 32 illustrations).

51867
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 85, No.4
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research Greenwich. 1999. Volume 85, No. 4, November 1999. Editor: Michael Duffy. 385-512 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings and photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

Chester, Liverpool and the Basque Region...., Charles Seldon and the Baltic's First Dry Dock... The Agrippina: Tender to the CSS Alabama... The Mutiny on the Javelin ... Andrew Reid: an Eighteenth-Century Supercargo. Admiral Rodney, patronage and the Leeward Island Squadron... Construction of America's New Navy and the transfer of British Naval Technology to the United States, 1870-1900...

55834
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 61
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1975. Volume 61, Nos. 1 to 4. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. 424 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 8 b/w plates. Plus: VIII PP Contents and 425-434 PP Index. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: Note on Alan Villiers. The design of the Inconstant, by N. A. M. Rodger. No. 2: The first English Frigates by Robert Gardiner. No. 3: De la survivance de traditions navales Phéniciennes dans la Méditerranée de nos jours, by Lucien Basch. No.4: Spanish Armada Guns, by I. A. A. Thompson. ...

55835
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 61, No. 3
$5.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1975. Volume 61, No. 3, August 1975. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. (16), (2), 213-318 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Plus for Volume 61: VIII PP Contents and 425-434 PP Index. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 3 - Pages 229-254: De la survivance de traditions navales Phéniciennes dans la Méditerranée de nos jours (with 20 figures), by Lucien Basch. Pages 255-270: The Procurement of Confederate Blockade runners and othe vessels in Great Britain during the American Civil War, by Richard I. Lester...

55836
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 59
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1973. Volume 59, Nos. 1 to 4. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. 474 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 17 b/w plates. Plus: VIII PP Contents and 475-484 PP Index. Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: Quathlamba - Hazel Craig - Whitepine, the career of a barque, by Jack Churchouse. No. 2: The Chatham mast houses and mould loft, by Jonathan Coad. No. 4: Impressment and the American Merchant Marine 1782-1812, by George Selement. ...

55838
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 57, No. 1
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1971. January 1971. Editor: Captain T. D. Manning. (2), 110, (II) PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 3 b/w plates. Soft cover. Occasional foxing, o/wise fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: The North Devon Shipping Company, by Allison Grant. The Navy and the rebellion of the Earl of Argyle, by W. E. May. The Weston-Super-Mare flatner, by J. G. Mckee. John Biscoe's voyage round the world 1830-1833, by A.G.E. Jones. The creation of the Imperial Brazilian Navy, by Brian Vale.

55839
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 58, No. 4
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1972. Volume 58, No. 4, November 1972. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. (4 adverts), (2), 373-486 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 2 b/w plates. Soft cover. Occasional foxing, o/wise fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 4: England and the Baltic Naval Stores trade, by Joseph J. Malone. John Willis & Sons, Shipowners, 1830-1899, by John Crosse. ... Customs History and Records of Trade and Shipping, by E. A. Carson...

55842
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 53
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1967. Volume 53, Nos. 1 to 4. Editor: Captain T. D. Manning. 394 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 20 b/w plates. Plus: VIII PP Contents, and 395-410 PP Index. Soft cover. Spine of Nos 1 & 2 missing. Occasional foxing, o/wise very good. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: The High Seas and the Church in the Middle Age, by R. F. Wright. THe origin of the Leeboards, by Edwin Doran. No. 2: E. W. Cooke, Marine Painter, by John Munday. Sailing Boats of Western Sarawak, by Anthony Richards. No. 3: Shipping and Privileges in Scandinavia, by Olaf Hasslöf... No; 4: Early British interests in the Chagos Archipelago and the Maldives, by H. T. Fry.

55843
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 54
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1968. Volume 54, Nos. 1 to 4. Editor: Captain T. D. Manning. 432 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 13 b/w plates. Soft cover. Spine of each issue with insect damage and rubbed (repaired) Occasional foxing. Very good. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: The Royal Navy and the taking of Weihaiwei, 1898-1905, by I. H. Nish. Grace Darling, 1815-1842, by W. M. Phipps Hornby. No. 2: Henry V's Grace Dieu, by Major-General M. W. Prynne. No. 4: Samuel Cunard, by J. C. Arnell. Drake's navigational skills, by R. Boulind.

55844
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 62
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1976. Volume 62, Nos. 1 to 4. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. 412 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 15 b/w plates. Plus: VIII Contents PP and 413-424 Index PP. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: Traditional British Boatbuilding, by Eric McKee. The Spithead Naval Review of 1887, by Jeffrey L. Lant. No. 3: The search for Dilmun, by H. J. Finkel. The Corsairs of North Africa, by J. de Courcy Ireland.

55845
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 62 - No. 2
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1976. Volume 62, No. 2, May 1976. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. (20), 105-208 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 3 b/w plates. Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 2: John Bourne, sometime Vice-Admiral, by J. R. Powell. The Dark Ages of the Admiralty (part III), by N. A. M. Rodger. Admiral Ballard's Memoirs (part III). Naval Blockmaking, by Gregory Clark. British Ports of Call in the Nineteenth century, by W. E. Minchinton...

55846
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 62 - No. 4
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1976. Volume 62, No. 4, November 1976. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. (4), 305-412 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 4 b/w plates. Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 4: The Naval Schoolmaster, by F. B. Sullivan. The Appearance and Lead of the Rig of S.S. Great Britain, by Michael E. Leek. Labour Relations in the Royal Dockyards, by R. A. Morriss. Admiral Ballard's Memoirs (part V). ...

55847
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 63
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1977. Volume 63, Nos. 1 to 4. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. 398 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 7 folded plates and 8 b/w sheets. Plus: VIII Contents PP and 399-412 Index PP. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: The Bernese Navy, by Paul Bloesch. The Frigate designs of 1755-57, by Robert Gardiner. No. 2: English Barges and Balingers, by J. W. Sherborne. The First reduction of the Taku Forts, by H. C. Timewell. No. 3: Broughton's Schooner and the Bounty Mutineers, by Andrew C. F. David. No. 4: The Royal Academy at Portsmouth, by F. B. Sullivan. The first Steam Battleships, by D. K. Brown. The origins of the 74-gun ship, by Brian Lavery.

55849
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 63, No. 2
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1977. Volume 63, No. 2, May 1977. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. (18), 107-204 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 2 - Pages 109 to 114: English Barges and Balingers of the late Fourteenth Century, by J. W. Sherborne. Pages 115 to 127: The Manning of the Chilean Navy in the War of Independence 1818-1823, by David J. Cubitt. Pages 137 to 149: The Medieval Ports and Trade of North-East Yorkshire, by Bryan Waites. ...

55851
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 64, No. 2
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1978. Volume 64, No. 2, May 1978. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. (16), 97-200 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 4 b/w sheets. Plus: VIII Contents PP and 395-408 Index PP. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 2 - Pages 99 to 123 with 33 figures: Le navire MNS et autres notes de voyage en Egypte, by Lucien Basch. Pages 124 to 137 with 5 figures: The Thera Ships, by Thomas C. Gillmer and Don H. Kennedy. Pages 169 to 185 with 1 map 2 sets of line drawings and 4 b/w photos: Tagus River Barges, by John M. Kochiss.

55852
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 64, No. 3
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1978. Volume 64, No. 3, August 1978. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. (10), 201-298 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 3 - Pages 209-216 with14 fugures: Basque Ships and Men, by David Cobb. Pages 217 to 233: Lord Barham at The Admiralty, 1805-6, by I. Lloyd Phillips. Pages 235 to 244: The Sea-Trial of John Harrison's Chronometer, by Daniel A. Baugh.

55853
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 68
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1982. Volume 68, Nos. 1 to 4. Editors: Brian H., & Mrs Cecilia M. Dolley. 470 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 1 large folded plan.. Plus: VIII Contents PP. Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

Nos. 1 & 2: Transportation of Horses by Sea during the Era of the Crusades (in 2 parts), by John H. Pryor. Nos. 2 & 3: Obituary for Captain Alan Villiers. No. 4: European Seamanship in the Great Age of Discovery, by G. V. Scammell.

55854
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 68, No. 1
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1982. Volume 68, No. 1, February 1982. Editors: Brian H., & Mrs Cecilia M. Dolley. (6), 98 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1 : Transportation of Horses by Sea during the Era of the Crusades (part I), by John H. Pryor. The true Identity of John Adams, by Brian W. Scott. Vice-Admiral Lord Collingwood, by Victoria Howard-Vyse.

55856
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 68, No. 4
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1982. Volume 68, No. 4. Editors: Brian H., & Mrs Cecilia M. Dolley. (VIII), 351-470 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 4 - Pages 357 to 376: European Seamanship in the Great Age of Discovery, by G. V. Scammell. Pages 391 to 409: Some early letters of Robert Fitzroy, by Frederick E. Ellis. Pages 421 to428: The William Fawcett of the P. & O., by N. D. Mackichan.

55857
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 69
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1983. Volume 69, Nos. 1 to 4. Editors: Brian H., & Mrs Cecilia M. Dolley. 474 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 1 large folded plan. Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: The Discovery of Australia's North-West Coast and an Incident at Macassar in 1616, by A. De Booy. Seamen Ashore and Afloat, Carreira da India, by A.J.R. Russell-Wood. Nos. 1 & 2: Changes in the Chatham Dockyard Workforce, by Mavis Waters. No. 4: Historic architecture of H.M. Naval Base Devonport, by Jonathan Coad.

55859
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 70, No. 1
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1984. Volume 70, No. 1, February 1984. Editors: Brian H., & Mrs Cecilia M. Dolley. (VI), 114 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: Seamen's Employment in the Netherlands, by Jaap R. Bruijn and Els S. van Eyck van Heslinga. Two trends and thoughts in Turkish Maritime Culture, by A. H. J. Prins. An Imposing Array: Fact or Fiction?, by William P. Avery. Exploration and Status: the changing position of Iberian Captains in the Voyages of Discovery, by Joseph A. Goldenberg...

55861
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 71
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1985. Volume 71, Nos. 1 to 4. Editors: Brian H., & Mrs Cecilia M. Dolley. 498 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Nos 2 & 4 with colour photos. Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: Graving Docks in France and Spain, before 1800, by José P. Merino. No. 2: A Colourful record (14 photos). The Naval Campaign on Lakes Victoria and Nyasa, by John MacKenzie. Exeter Maritime Museum, by David Goddard. No. 3: The Tartana da Pesca, by Mario Marzari. No. 4: The Thera ship as sailing Vessels, by Thomas C. Gillmer. War and Trade in the Indian Ocean and the South China Sea, by C. R. Boxer...

55863
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 72
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1986. Volume 72, Nos. 1 to 4. Editors: Brian H., & Mrs Cecilia M. Dolley. 504 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Nos. 3 & 4 with 19 colour photos. Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: The Royal Navy and the Canadian Dominion, by Barry M. Gough. No. 2: The Chamorro Flying Proa, by Richard Shell. No. 3: Artists and Illustrators in the Early Mapping of North America, by David B. Quinn. Aegean Caiques 1915-1980, by H. M. Denham. No. 4: Surveying Ships of the Royal Navy from Cook to the computer age, by Rear Admiral R. O. Morris. The Aegina Pirate ships of c. BC 1700, by Lucien Basch.

55866
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 56, No.3
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. London. 1970. Volume 56, No. 3, August 1970. (II), 255-364, (2) PP with b/w illustrations, plus 4 pages with 6 b/w photos. Contains article pages 327 to 339. Soft cover. Spine with rubbed patches. Occasional foxing. Old watermarks on lower edge of the 2 plates (not affecting the photos). Very good. 24.5 x 17.

Maritime Art in an Islamic Context: Oculus and Therion in Lamu Ships by A.H.J. Prins. Other articles: The Maintenance of Royal Navy Vessels in the Pacific Ocean, 1825-1875, by John Bach. H. M. Sloop Investigator, by N. T. Geeson and R. T. Sexton...

55867
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 56, No.3
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. London. 1970. Vol. 56, No. 3, August 1970. Edited by Bach, John, Geeson, N. T., & Sexton, R.T. (II), 255-364, (2) PP with b/w illustrations, plus 4 pages with 6 b/w photos. Contains articles from P.259 to 273, and P. 275 to 298 with 1 figure. Soft cover. Foxing. Near fine. 24.5 x 17.

The maintenance of Royal Navy Vessels in the Pacific Ocean, 1825-1875, by John Bach. H.M. Sloop Investigator, by N. T. Geeson & R. T. Sexton.

55868
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 65, No.2: "The Captain Cook Commemoration"
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. London. 1979. Volume 65, No. 2, May 1979. (16), (II), 103-196 PP with b/w illustrations. Contains articles: pages 105 to 135 with 14 figures. Soft cover. Fine. 24.5 x 17.

Captain Cook Commemoration, by Professor C. C. Lloyd. Captain Cook's Ships, by A. P. McGowan. The principal Scientific Instruments taken on Captain Cook's Voyages of Exploration, 1768-80, by Derek Howse.

55869
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 65, No. 3
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1979. Volume 65, No. 3, August 1979. Editor: Brian H. Dolley. (14), (II), 197-284 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 3: The First Light Cruisers, by N. A. M. Rodger. The Naval Uniform Dress of 1748, by Derek Barker. The 200th anniversary of Organized Seamen's Missions, by Roald Kverndal. ...

55870
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 65, No. 4
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1979. Volume 65, No. 4, November 1979. Editor: Brian H. Dolley. (4), (II), 285-382 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 4: Obituary Admiral of the Fleet, The Earl Mountbatten of Burma. Roman Triremes and the Outriggerless Phoenician Trireme, by Lucien Basch. Seamen in Dutch Ports, by J. R. Bruijn.. Shipowning in Boston, Lincolnshire, by Stephanie Jones.

55872
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 66, No. 4
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1980. Volume 66, No. 4, November 1980. Editor: Brian H. Dolley. (4), (II), 289-394 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 4: Trafalgar - The Spanish View, by Julian de Zulueta. Nelson's Masks - Life or Death, by R. J. B. Walker. The introduction of Paddle Frigates into the Royal Navy, by E. A. M. Laing.

55873
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 66, No. 3
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1980. Volume 66, No. 3, August 1980. Editor: Brian H. Dolley. (8), (II), 181-288 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 1 folded sheet Feluca Napolitana. Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 3: An Eighteenth Century Felucca, by G. B. Rubin de Cervin Albrizzi. Chinese batten lug sails, by Christian J. Buys and Sheli O. Smith. An American topsail schooner, by Thomas C. Gillmer...

55874
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 66, No. 2
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1980. Volume 66, No. 2, May 1980. Editor: Brian H. Dolley. (20), (II), 97-182 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 2: The Battle of Jutland, by Admiral of the Fleet The Earl Mountbatten of Burma. The Rebuilding of British Warships 1690-1740 (Part II), by Brian Lavery. Changes to the Waterfront at Dartmouth 1000-1970, by Mark Martin.

55876
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 67, No. 4
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1981. Volume 67, No. 4, November, 1981. Editors: Brian H., & Mrs Cecilia Dolley. (6), 317 -412 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Brief note at lower part of front cover and in the margin of prelim page, o/wise very good. 24 x 17.2.

No. 4: George Canning and the Battle of Camperdown, by P. K. Crimmin. Admiral Sir Richard Onslow, by R. D. Franks. The Battle of Fatshan Creek (near Canton in 1857), by James A. Boutilier. H.M.S. Condor is missing, by Jenifer Faulkner.

55877
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 56, No. 2
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1970. Volume 56, No. 2, May 1970. Editor: Captain T. D. Manning. (II), 129-253, (5) PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 2 b/w plates. Soft cover. Spine rubbed. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 2: Manning the English Merchant Service, by G. V. Scammell. The Condemnation of the Privateer, by David Syrett. The Royal Canadian Navy, by Malcolm Mac Leod. The Foundering of H.M.S. Ramillies, by K. Breen. Guernsey Privateers, by H. C. Timewell. Lodestone and Sunstone in Medieval Iceland, by Bruce E. Gelsinger.

55878
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 56, No. 1
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1970. Volume 56, No. 1, January 1970. Editor: Captain T. D. Manning. (IV), 128 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 2 b/w plates. Soft cover. Spine rubbed. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: Maturing of Naval Administration 1556-1564, by Tom Glasgow. The Algerian Attack on Baltimore (south-west of Cork, Ireland) 1631, by Henry Barnby. Lieutenant T. E. L. Moore and the voyage of Pagoda 1845, by A. G. E. Jones. British Surveys in the Chagos Archipelago, by William A. Spray. ...

55879
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 55, No. 1
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1969. Volume 55, No. 1, January 1969. Editor: Captain T. D. Manning. (VI), 112, (28 Index and Contents Volume 54) PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 1 b/w plate. Soft cover. Spine rubbed. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: Custom House Ship Registers, by Graham Farr... The Voyage of the Pitt - a turning point in East India Navigation, by R. P. Crowhurst. A short history of Whaling in Bermuda, by Edward F. Schortman...

55880
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 55, No. 2
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1969. Volume 55, No. 2, May 1969. Editor: Captain T. D. Manning. (VI), 113- 224 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 8 b/w plates. Soft cover. Spine rubbed. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 2: Pilot Gigs of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, by R. H. C. Gillis. Phoenician Oared Ships (Part I), by Lucien Basch. ...

55881
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 55, No. 3
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1969. Volume 55, No. 3, August 1969. Editor: Captain T. D. Manning. (IV), 225-354 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 6 b/w plates. Soft cover (front cover soiled). Spine rubbed. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 3: A Netherlands Naval College in Java, by Lieutenant-Commander F. C. van Oosten. Phoenician Oared Ships (Part II), by Lucien Basch. The Capture of Manila 1762, by Nicholas Tracy......

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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 92
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2006. Volume 92, Nos. 1 to 4 + Bibliography. 536, (8 title and contents) PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Bibliography 48 PP. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

60248
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 86, No. 1
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2000. Volume 86, No. 1, February 2000. 128 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings and photos). Soft cover. Faint water damages on lower margin. Near fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: The mysterious HULC, by Basil Greenhill. Whipstaff and Helmsman, by Olof Pipping. The model of La Légère, by Alexander Dobrenko and Ann Palmer.

60249
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 86, No. 3
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Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2000. August 2000. 257-384 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings and photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 3: The Basque Whalers, by Julian de Zulueta. Latouche-Tréville, by Rémi Monaque. ... The inglorious end of the Glorious, by James Levy.

60362
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE] - The International Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Index to Volumes 86-90 (2000-2004)
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2006. 8th Cumulative Index. 96 PP. Compiled by M. FORDER. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

60363
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THE MARINER'S MIRROR - BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 2009
$5.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2010. Bibliography for 2009 compiledby Karen PARTRIDGE. 56 PP. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

60382
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE] - The International Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Index to Volumes 71-75 (1985-1989)
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1990. 5th Cumulative Index. (2), 62 PP. Compiled by Cecilia M. DOLLEY. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

60383
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE] - The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Index to Volumes 81-85 (1995-1999)
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2000. 7th Cumulative Index. (2), 118 PP. Compiled by J.H. PARGITER. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

64256
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 91, No. 1
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2005. Volume 91, No. 1, February 2005. Edited by Richard Harding. 128 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

Volume 91, No. 1: Surgeons on British Whale-Ships, by Martin H. Evans. Keppel at Algiers, by David Syrett. ... Medical Disease in the Merchant navies of the world, by G. C. Cook. ...

64257
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 91, No. 3
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2005. Volume 91, No. 3, August 2005. Edited by Richard Harding. 385-512 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

Volume 91, No. 3: From private to official Hydrography ..., by Susanna Fisher. ... The First Fleet Victory since Trafalgar': the Battle of Cape Matapan, by L. Johnman and H. Murphy

64258
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 91, No. 4
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2005. Volume 91, No. 4, November 2005. Edited by Richard Harding. 513-640 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

Volume 91, No. 4: ... Watering the Fleet, by Elizabeth Diamond and K.T.H. Farrar. ... More bang for a bob: the Decision to "Go Nuclear" and its impact on Chatham Dockyard, by Emma Haxhaj.

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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE] / CENTENARY ISSUE (Volume 97, No. 1)
$30.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2011. Volume 97, No. 1, February 2011. Centenary Issue edited by Hugh Murphy. 398, (2) PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 16 plates with 5 b/w and 19 colour. Pictorial card cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

21 papers on 8 subjects: The Society for Nautical Research, 2 papers. Maritime Archaeology: 3 papers. Sailing ships and technology: 2 papers.

65398
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE], The International Quarterly Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 97, No. 2)
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2011. Volume 97, No. 2, May 2011. Edited by Hugh Murphy. 110, (2) PP with tables and b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

The Society for Nautical Research Annual Lecture 2010, by Richard Harding. The 1st Alan Villiers Memorial Lecture: "Naval Capability in the Early Modern Period", by Jeremy Black. ...

65399
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE], The International Quarterly Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 97, No. 3)
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2011. Volume 97, No. 3, August 2011. Edited by Hugh Murphy. 113-270, (2) PP with tables and b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

The Pechili Trader: A hull lines plan, by Michael Trimming. ... South Korea's ascent in the shipbuilding Industry, 1970-1990, by Lars Bruno & Stig Tenold. ...

65400
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE], The International Quarterly Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 97, No. 4)
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2011. Volume 97, No. 4, November 2011. Edited by Hugh Murphy. 270-398, (2) PP with tables and b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

William Campbell and the Harrington: Privateering in Chilean Waters in 1804, by Michael Ellery

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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE], The International Quarterly Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 98
$40.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2012. Volume 98, No. 1, February 2012 to No. 4, November 2012. Edited by Hugh Murphy. 528, (8 contents) PP with tables and b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 24 x 7.2.

No. 1: SNR Annual Lecture 2011: HMS Trioncomalee, by Captain David Smith. The Jade Gragon Wreck, Sabah, East Malaysia, by Michael Flecker. No. 2: A Social History of Mersey watermen, by Michael Stammers. No. 3: A winter in Yalong Bay (South coast of Hainan Island), by Stephen Davies. No. 4: Depiction of Indo-Arabic ships on an Eighteenth-century Sea Chart, by Norbert Weismann.

65449
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE], The International Quarterly Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 99, No. 2
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2013. May 2013. Edited by Martin Bellamy. 129-254, (2) PP with tables and b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

Obituaries: Michael K. Stammers. ... Decline of Antarctic Whaling Industry, by Bjorn L. Basberg.

65450
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MARINER'S MIRROR [THE], The International Quarterly Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 99, No. 1
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2013. Volume 99, No. 1, February 2013. Edited by Martin Bellamy. 124, (4) PP with tables and b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

Third Alan Villiers Memorial Lecture: The Naval War of 1812, by John B. Hattendorf. ... The transition from Hemp to Chain Cable, by John Harland.

66270
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THE MARINER'S MIRROR - BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 2010
$5.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2012. Bibliography for 2010 compiled by Karen PARTRIDGE. 54 PP. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

66271
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THE MARINER'S MIRROR - BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 2005
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Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2007. Bibliography for 2005 compiled by M.S. & K.E. PARTRIDGE. 36 PP. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

66272
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THE MARINER'S MIRROR - BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 2004
$5.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2006. Bibliography for 2004 compiled by M.S. & K.E. PARTRIDGE. 24 PP. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

66273
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
THE MARINER'S MIRROR - BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 2003
$5.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2005. Bibliography for 2004 compiled by M.S. & K.E. PARTRIDGE. 36 PP. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

66274
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THE MARINER'S MIRROR - BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 1992
$5.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1993. Bibliography for 1992 compiled by D.G. LAW, M.S. & K.E. PARTRIDGE, and M. SHEPHARD. 30 PP. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

67327
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE] - The International Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Index to Volumes 56-65
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1981. 3rd Cumulative Index. (6), 96 PP. Compiled by Elizabeth ROLFE. Soft cover, illustrated front cover. Occasional foxing. Very good. 24 x 17.2.

67328
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE] - The International Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Index to Volumes 36-55
$15.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1974. 2nd Cumulative Index. 188 PP. Compiled by Elizabeth ROLFE. Soft wrappers, illustrated front. Covers lightly soiled, and with small piece missing at lower corner of the front cover. Stamp of previous owner on half title page. Occasional foxing. Very good. 24 x 17.2.

67329
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE] - The International Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Index to Volumes 1-35
$15.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1955. Original Cumulative Index. (4), 183 PP. Compiled by R. C. ANDERSON. Soft wrappers, illustrated front. Covers lightly soiled and chipped and reinforced. Ex Library copy with stamps on front cover, recto/verso of title page and back cover. Occasional foxing. Very good. 24 x 17.2.

67330
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE] - BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 2001
$5.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2003. Bibliography for 2001 compiled by M.S. & K.E. PARTRIDGE. 32 PP. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

67331
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE] - BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR 2000
$5.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2002. Bibliography for 2001 compiled by M.S. & K.E. PARTRIDGE. 40 PP. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

67333
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE] - The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 50, 1964
$20.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1964. Volume 50, Nos. 1 to 4. Edited by Captain T. D. Manning. (XX), 336 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings and photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: The African Guano Trade, by Robert Craig. No. 3: The Voyage of the Pandora's Tender, by H. E. Maude. No. 4: John Biscoe (1794-1843), by A. G. E. Jones.

67427
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 61, No. 1
$5.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1975. Volume 61, No. 1, February 1975. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. (4), (2), 106 PP with b/w illustrations. Soft cover. Library stamp on covers and first leaf Near fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1 - Note on Alan J. Villiers retirement from the Presidency of S.N.R.;; The design of the "Inconstant", by N.A.M. Rodger. An old Whitby collier, by A. F. Humble.

67428
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 61, No. 4
$5.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1975. Volume 61, No. 4, November 1975. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. (4), (2), 319- 424 PP with b/w illustrations, plus 4 plates with 5 b/w photos. Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 4 - The dark age of the Admiralty, by N.A.M. Rodger. Spanish Armada Guns, by I.A.A. Thompson.

67429
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 62 - No. 1
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1976. Volume 62, No. 1, February 1976. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. (8), (2), 106 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 4 plates with 10 b/w photos. Soft cover. Occasional foxing. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1 Traditional British Boatbuilding methods, by Eric McKee. The Dark Ages of the Admiralty (part II), by N. A. M. Rodger. Admiral Ballard's Memoirs (part II). Naval Blockmaking, by Gregory Clark. British Ports of Call in the Nineteenth century, by W. E. Minchinton...

67430
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 63, No. 3
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1977. Volume 63, No. 3, August 1977. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. (10), (2), 205-302 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings... photos), plus 6 plates with 8 b/w illustrations. Soft cover. Near fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 3 - Broughton's Schooner and the Bounty Mutineers, by Andrew C.F. David.

67431
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 90, No.1
$10.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 2004. Volume 90, No. 1, February 2004. Edited by Profesor Richard Harding. 128 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings and photos). Soft cover. Fine. 24 x 17.2.

No. 1: The Greek sewn shipbuilding tradition, by Yaacov Kahanov & Patrice Pomey. ...

70917
SOCIETY FOR NAUTICAL RESEARCH
MARINER'S MIRROR [THE]. The Journal of the Society for Nautical Research - Volume 61, No. 2
$5.00 AUD

Society for Nautical Research. Greenwich. 1975. Volume 61, No. 2, May 1975. Editors: Professor C. C. Lloyd & Brian H. Dolley. (12), (6), 107-212 PP with b/w illustrations, plus 4 plates with 6 b/w illustrations. Soft cover. Library stamp on covers and first leaf. Very good. 24 x 17.2.

No. 2: Four Dordrecht ships of the 16th Century, by Richard W. Unger. The stranding of the S.S. Great Britain in Dundrun Bay, by E.C.B. Corlett. The First English Frigates, by Robert Gardiner.

63913
SPENCER, Mark
DIVING THE CUMBERLAND (in Australian Geographic, No. 77, Jan-Mar 2005)
$10.00 AUD

Australian Geographic. Sydney. 2005. 128 PP. Contains article from P. 80 to 87 with 4 b/w photos and 14 colour illustrations (1 map, 1 painting by Mike Golding, and 12 photos). Illustrated soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

Dive on the wreck of the Twin Screw Steamer Cumberland sunk after hiting a mine laid by the German Raider "Wolf", on the 6th of July 1917.

32275
STANTON, Jenny & JOHNSON, Mark A.
LIFELINE TO OUR FAR NORTH (in Australian Geographic No. 33, January/March 1994)
$10.00 AUD

Australian Geographic Society. Sydney. 1994. Contains article from P. 84 to 97 with 2 maps and 21 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

Transport of goods by sea between Cairns and Thursday Island, Torres Strait.

41353
STEGER, Will
SIX ACROSS ANTARCTICA (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

NGS Washington. 1990. Volume 178, No. 5, November 1990. Contains article from P. 66 to 95 with 2 maps and 30 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

A 3700 treck from the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula to the Russian base of Mirnyy, via the South Pole.

60170
STEINBERG, Jennifer
LAST VOYAGE OF THE SLAVE SHIP HENRIETTA MARIE (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2002. Volume 202, No. 2, August 2002. 126 PP. Contains article from P.46 to 61 with 1 map and 19 colour illustrations (11 photos by Courtney Platt). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

New Ground Reef, 34 miles off Key West, Florida.

55797
STOCK, Ralph
THE DREAM SHIP (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1921. Vol. XXXiX, No. 1, January 1921. Issue with 110 PP. Article pages 1 to 52 with 1 map and 43 b/w photos. Issue cloth bound. Lower part of spine damaged on 7 cms. Very good. 25.5 x 17.7.

The story of a voyage of adventure more than half around the world in a 47-foot lifeboat: ... Galapagos, Marquesas, Tuamotus, Tahiti ... ending in Tonga. ...Thursday Island.

67719
SWINGLE, Charles F.
ACROSS MADAGASCAR by Boat, Auto, RailRoad, and Filanzana (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 66, No. 2)
$20.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1929. Volume LVI, No. 2, August 1929. 131-252 PP. Contains article from page 178 to 211 with b/w illustrations (3 maps and 42 photos by the author and Professor Henri Humbert). Newspaper article on the land of the lemur loosely inserted. Soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

12940
THOMAS, Marjory C.
COPRA-SHIP VOYAGE TO FIJI'S OUTLYING ISLANDS (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1950. Volume XCVII, No.1, July 1950. P.121 to 140 with 1 map & 15 b/w photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

51521
THOMSON, J. P.
THE ISLANDS OF THE PACIFIC (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1921. Article pulled out from Volume XL, No. 6, December 1921. Pages 543 to 558 with 15 b/w photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.6.

63768
THURBER, Lieutenant H.R.
COLLARIN' CAPE COD - Experiences on Board a U.S. Navy Destroyer in a Wild Winter Storm (In National Geographic Magazine, Volume XLVIII, No. 4)
$10.00 AUD

National Geograhic Society. Washington. 1925. Article pulled out from Vol. XLVIII, No. 4, October 1925. 427-472 PP with 46 b/w photos. Plastic covers, clear front, spiral bound. Few pages with repaired tears. Library stamps on top margin of 12 pages (not affecting text or photos). Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

58529
TURNER, Turner & SOLNESS, Peter
PARAGUYAN AUSSIES (in Geo Australasia Volume 9, No.1, March-May 1987)
$10.00 AUD

Australasia's Geographical Magazine. Sydney. 1987. 122 PP. Includes article P. 24 to 37 with 1 location map, 8 b/w and 13 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 27.5 x 20.2.

Australians of the 1890s, in search of Utopia.

54636
TYREE, Rear Admiral David M.
NEW ERA IN THE LONELIEST CONTINENT (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 123, No.2, 1963)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1963. Volume 123, No. 2, February 1963. Contains article from P. 260 to 298 with 4 colour illustrations (artist impressions) and 43 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.4

60179
VESILIND, Priit J.
LOST GOLD: Bounty from a Civil War ship, S.S. Republic (in National Geographic Magazine)
$5.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 2004. Volume 206, No. 3, September 2004. 136 PP. Contains article from P. 108 to 127 & 134/135 with 1 map and colour illustrations (artwork by Jon Foster and photos by Jonathan Blair). Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Sunk 1865 off the coast of Georgia.

54708
VESILIND, Priit J. & KLESIUS, Michael
IN SEARCH OF VIKING / MYSTERY SHIP FROM A DANISH BOG (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 197, No.5)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2000. May 2000. Contains 2 articles from P. 2 to 35 with 2 maps and 24 colour photos by Sisse Brimberg. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.5 x 17.4.

Viking seafarers: from the Gulf of St Lawrence to the Aral Sea / Oar powered vessel of the Scandinavian raiders.

50589
VILLIERS, A. J.
THE CAPE HORN GRAIN-SHIP RACE (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume LXIII, No. 1, 1933)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1933. Volume LXIII, No.1, January 1933. Contains article between P.1 and 39 with 38 b/w photos (13 on full page). Soft cover. Covers soiled. Stamp on front cover and top of page 25. Spine rubbed. Internally very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Grain race of 1932 between the Parma, the Pamir and the Herzogin Cecilie.

12445
VILLIERS, Alan
ENGLAND'S SCILLIES, THE FLOWERING ISLES (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 132, No.1, 1967)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1967. Contains article between P.126 and 145 with 2 maps and 26 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Archipelago off the South West corner of Cornwall.

18660
VILLIERS, Alan
SHIPS THROUGH THE AGES: A Saga of the Sea (in National Geographic, Volume 123, No. 4, 1963)
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1963. Volume 123, No. 4, April 1963. Contains article between pages 494 and 545 with 22 b/w and 32 colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Evolution of the ship: from drifting log to nuclear powered freighter. From tribal cataraman to transatlantic liners and 100,000 tons tankers.

18670
VILLIERS, Alan
WALES, LAND OF BARDS [In National Geographic Magazine - Volume 127, No.6]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1965. June 1965. Contains article between P.727 and 769 with 2 maps & 41 colour photos by Thomas Nebbia. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.2 x 17.4.

18679
VILLIERS, Alan
SCOTLAND FROM HER LOVELY LOCHS AND SEAS (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 119, No. 4, 1961)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1961. N.G.S. Vol. 119, No.4, April 1961. Contains article between pages 492 and 541 with 2 maps & 48 colour photos by Robert F. Sisson. Very good. 25.4 x 17.4.

Voyage on the Yacht Cristoden through the lochs of Scotland and the outer Hebrides Islands.

18681
VILLIERS, Alan
THE ALICE IN AUSTRALIA'S WONDERLAND (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 129, No 2, February 1966)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1966. Contains article between P. 230 and 257 with 2 maps and 31 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Spine reinforced, o/wise very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Alice Springs, Northern Territory of Australia.

18686
VILLIERS, Alan
MAGELLAN. A Voyage into the Unknown Changed Man's Understanding of his World (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 149, No.6, June 1976)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1976. June 1976. Contains article between pages 720 and 753 with 2 maps, 1 b/w and 30 colour Illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Magellan and the first voyage around the world.

18687
VILLIERS, Alan
THE MARVELOUS MALDIVE ISLANDS [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume CXI, No. 6, 1957]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1957. Volume CXI, No.6, June 1957. Includes article from P.829-849 with 1 map, 2 b/w & 18 colour photos by author. Soft cover. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Discovery voyage through a little-known (at the time) sultanate of the Indian Ocean, straddling the equator. 8 photos of baggala.

18688
VILLIERS, Alan
HOW WE SAILED THE NEW MAYFLOWER TO AMERICA (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume CXII, No. 5, 1957)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1957. Volume CXII, No. 5, Nov. 1957. Includes article from P.627-672 with 1 map and 2 insets, 10 b/w and 25 colour photos. Soft covers with light wear. Near fine. 25.4 x 17.4.

Why did Mayflower II take the long Southern route? What were the risks she ran? Her skipper reveals the answers.

19285
VILLIERS, Alan
THE NETHERLANDS: Nation at War With the Sea [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 133, No.4]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1968. April 1968. Contains article between pages 530 and 571 with 2 plans, 5 maps, 2 b/w & 43 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

20470
VILLIERS, Alan
GOLDEN BEACHES OF PORTUGAL [in National Geographic Magazine - Volume CVI, No.5]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1954. Vol. CVI, No. 5, November 1954. Article from P. 673 to 696 with 2 maps, 12 b/w and 12 colour photos. Card cover. Near fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

With the shore-based fishermen of the coast of Portugal.

20926
VILLIERS, Alan
SAILING WITH SINDBAD'S SONS [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume XCIV, No.5, 1948]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1948. Volume XCIV, No.5, November 1948. Contains article: P.675-688 with 1 map & 9 b/w photos in text. Soft covers, spine reinforced. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

One year's experience sailing with Arabs on dhows in the Western part of the Indian Ocean.

30925
VILLIERS, Alan
HOW WE SAILED THE NEW MAYFLOWER TO AMERICA [in National Geographic Magazine]
$20.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1957. Volume CXII, No. 5, Nov. 1957. Includes article from P. 627-674 with 35 illustrations (25 in colour), plus the Special Supplement Painting of Mayflower II, by Hervey Garrett Smith. Soft cover, spine lightly rubbed. Scarce copy with the Supplement. Near fine. 25.4 x 17.4.

Why did Mayflower II take the long Southern route? What were the risks she ran? Her skipper reveals the answers.

70287
VILLIERS, Alan
UNDER CANVAS IN THE ATOMIC AGE (National Geographic, Volume CVIII, No. 6, 1955)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1955. Vol. CVIII, No. 1, July 1955. Includes article from P. 49 to 84 with 1 map and 3 insets, 5 b/w photos and 33 colour photos. Very good. 25.2 x 17.5.

United States Coast Guard Cadets Crew the square-rigged Yankee Bark "Eagle" for training.

73883
VILLIERS, Alan & FLEAY, David
AUSTRALIA: Vigorous Young Nation & Strange Animals of Australia [National Geographic Magazine - Volume 124, No.3, 1963]
$20.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1963. Volume 124, No. 3, September 1963. Contains 2 articles. No. 1: pages 309 and 387, in two parts: Part I: The West and the South, Part II: The Settled East, the Barrier Reef, the Center with colour illustrations (1 flag and 91 photos). No. 2: pages 388 to 411 with 4 b/w and 32 colour photos. Pictorial soft covers. Lacks the folded map called for. Very good. 25.5 x 17.5.

Australia: Tasmania, Cygnet, Wilson's Boatyard (Page 356 to 364).

18680
VILLIERS, Alan & GOODMAN, Robert
COWES TO CORNWALL: A Cruise Down the English Channel (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 120, No.2, 1961)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1961. Volume 120, No.2 , August, 1961. Contains article between P.149 and 201 with 2 maps 3 b/w & 63 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.4.

Sailor's log of a channel cruise on the Ketch Tectona.

21379
VILLIERS, Alan & KEMP, Weston
THE AGE OF SAIL LIVES ON AT MYSTIC (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 134, No.2, 1968)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1968. Contains article between pages 220 and 239 with 1 plan, 1 map, 2 b/w and 13 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Mystic Seaport Museum, in Connecticut.

18671
VILLIERS, Alan & LITTLEHALES, Bates
CHANNEL CRUISE TO GLORIOUS DEVON (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 124, No.2, 1963)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1963. Vol. 124, No. 2, August 1963. Pages 208-259 with 2 maps, 1 engraving & 57 photos (55 in colour) by Bates Littlehales. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.4.

On the Ketch Tectona.

20411
VILLIERS, Alan & STEWART, B. Anthony
WE'RE COMING OVER ON THE MAYFLOWER [in National Geographic]
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1957. Volume III, No.5 - May 1957. Pages 708-728 with 16 b/w photos & 1 map. Soft cover. Spine repaired with clear plastic tape. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Construction by Britishers of a new pilgrim ship to sail across the Atlantic as a gift to all Americans.

49599
VILLIERS, Alan & STEWART, B. Anthony
WE'RE COMING OVER ON THE MAYFLOWER (in National Geographic Magazine, Volume CXI, No.5, 1957)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1957. Volume CXI, No.5 - May 1957. Article between pages 708 and 728 with 1 map and 16 b/w photos. Copy lacking the front cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Construction by Britishers of a new pilgrim ship to sail across the Atlantic as a gift to all Americans.

18693
VILLIERS, Alan & TAYLOR, Alexander
BY FULL-RIGGED SHIP TO DENMARK'S FAIRYLAND ( National Geographic, Volume CVIII, No. 6, 1955)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1955. Volume CVIII, No.6, December 1955. Includes article from P. 809 to 828 with 2 maps, 3 b/w photos and 25 colour photos. Very good. 25.2 x 17.5.

41446
Von Der PORTEN, Edward
THE HANSEATIC LEAGUE [in National Geographic Magazine, Volume 186, No.4, 1994]
$15.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1994. Volume 186, No. 4, October 1994. Contains articles P. 56 to 79 with 1 map, 3 b/w woodcuts, and 14 colour photos by Sisse Brimberg. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

Hanseatic towns of Lübeck, Hamburg, Rostock, Bremen... and their trade in the North Sea and Baltic Sea.

73477
WALKER, Howell
AIR AGE BRINGS LIFE TO CANTON ISLAND (in National Geographic Magazine - Vol. CVII, No.1, January 1955)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1955. Issue 1, (20), 146, (6) PP. Contains article pages 117 to 132 with 4 b/w illustrations (1 map with location map and 3 photos) and 12 colour photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

Life on a tiny Pacific atoll (3) South of the Equator), transformed in a busy Base. Also includes article by Irving and Electa Johnson "South Seas' Incredible Land Divers".

21053
WARD, Fred
THE PEARL (in National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 168, N. 2)
$10.00 AUD

N.G.S. Washington. 1985. Volume 168, No. 2, August 1985. Includes article from P. 193 to 223 with 1 b/w and 35 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

62726
WELDON, Kevin
EARTHWATCH ON MATAIREA HILL (in GEO, Australia's Geographical Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

Australasia's Geographical Magazine / The Rigby Group. Sydney. 1979. Volume 2, No. 2, 1979. 138 PP. Includes article from P.102 to 115 with colour illustrations (3 maps and 12 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 28 x 20.3.

Dr Yosihiko Sinoto, and Earthwatch Project on the ruins of Matairea Hill, Huahine Island.

36517
WHELAN, Howard
SEARCH FOR THE BEAGLE ANCHORS (in Australian Geographic, Issue No. 38, April-June 1995)
$5.00 AUD

Australian Geographic Society. Sydney. 1995. Contains article from P.104 to 115 with 2 maps, 1 b/w illust. and 24 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.6 x 21.

Anchors lost in November 1839 by the Beagle, at Holdfast Reach, Victoria River, Northern Territory.

60530
WHELAN, Howard
OUR FAVOURITE PLACES: Portland Roads - The Nullarbor - Cooper Creek - Cobourg Peninsula, Sweers Island - Mount Wellington (in Australian Geographic, Special edition)
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 2000. Australian Geographic Society. 128 PP with b/w and 24 colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.6 x 21.

Cooper Creek Life, by Ken Eastwood. ... Sweers Island by Lyn Battle. ...

60850
WHELAN, Howard
RAINE ISLAND - SPECK OF LIFE IN THE CORAL SEA [in Australian Geographic, No. 26, April-June 1992]
$10.00 AUD

A.G.S. Sydney. 1992. 128 PP. Contains article pages 30 to 55 with 2 b/w photos and colour illustrations (1 map, 2 paintings & 39 photos), plus 1 folded plate with 2 maps and 9 artworks by Catherine Bone on the recto and 2 colour photos on the verso. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

Raine Island: Australia's greatest tropical seabird nesting site.

61285
WHELAN, Howard (editor)
WILDLIFE - Selected Stories and Photographs (in Australian Geographic - Special edition "Wildlife", in the "Best of" series)
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 1998. Australian Geographic Society. 128 PP with b/w or colour illustrations, plus 2 folded plates. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

74821
WHITE, Dr. Paul D. & MATTHEWS, Samuel W.
HUNTING THE HEARTBEAT OF A WHALE (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

NGS. Washington. 1956. Volume CX, No.1, July 1956. 140, (24 adverts) PP. Contains article from P.49 to 64 with 2 maps, 2 b/w and 13 colour photos. Soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

A Scientific expedition sails a lonely Mexican lagoon in search of clues ...

73659
WHITE, Peter T.
SOUTH VIET NAM FIGHTS THE RED TIDE [in National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 120, No.4, 1961]
$20.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1961. October 1961. 445-592 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Contains article P. 445 to 489 with 40 colour photos by W. E. Garrett. Soft covers, pictorial front.. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

52765
WOOD, Danielle
THE SHIPWRECK COAST (in Australian Geographic No. 87, July-September 2007)
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 2007. The Australian Geographic Society. 144 PP with b/w and colour illustrations, plus 1 folded map of The Great Ocean Road. Contains article between pages 54 and 65 with 1 folded map (in colour), 14 b/w and 21 colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.

73593
WOODBURN, M. Kathleen
NIUAFOOU / Tin Can Island - Tonga Islands (in Walkabout Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne. 1946 Volume 13, No. 1, November 1946. Contains article P. 17 to 20 with b/w illustrations: 1 sketch map, 1 sketch and 3 photos and 4 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 30.5 x 24.

Atoll in the northern part of Tonga. Tin Can Island.. Other article: Scheelite (or Calcium Tungstate) from King Island.

49478
WORRALL, Simon
ADMIRAL LORD NELSON'S FATAL VICTORY (in National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 208, No. 4)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 2005. October 2005. Contains article between P.54 and 69 with 1 b/w and 12 colour illustrations (1 map, 1 diagram, 5 paintings and 4 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.4 x 17.5.

21 October 1805: the Battle of Trafalgar.

54925
YOUNG, Gavin
MARSH ARABS, WATER DWELLERS IN A DESERT WORLD (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1976. Volume 149, No 4, April 1976. Article from P. 502 to 523 with 2 maps and 19 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. 25.4 x 17.5.

South east part of Iraq.

17098
ZABLE, Arnold
MELANESIAN DIARY, A Six Day Voyage by Outrigger to Port Moresby [in GEO Magazine Vol.4, No.1. March, 1982]
$10.00 AUD

Rigby. Sydney. 1982. Article from pages 94 to 105 with 1 map and 12 colour photos. Pictorial soft covers. Near fine. 28 x 20.5.

55229
ZAHL, Paul
HOW THE SUN GIVES LIFE TO THE SEA (in National Geographic Magazine)
$10.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1961. Volume 119, No.2, February 1961. Contains articles from P. 198 to 225 with 2 artist impressions in colour, 1 b/w and 29 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

74788
ZAHL, Paul & BOSWELL, Victor R.
THE MAGIC LURE OF SEA SHELLS (in National Geographic Magazine - Volume 135, No.3, March 1969)
$5.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1969. Contains articles from P. 386 to 429 with colour illustrations (1 map, 3 drawings and photos by Victor R. Boswel). Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 25.5 x 17.5.

49616
ZAHL, Paul A.
ON AUSTRALIA'S CORAL RAMPARTS (in National Geographic Magazine)
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National Geographic Society. Washington. 1957. Volume 111, No. 1, January 1957. Contains article between P.1 and 48 with 2 maps, 9 b/w and 41 colour photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.2 x 17.5.

An American Naturalist on the Great Barrier Reef.

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ZAHL, Paul A.
FISHING IN THE WHIRLPOOL OF CHARYBDIS (in National Geographic Magazine)
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National Geographic Society. Washington. 1953. Volume 104, No. 5, November 1953. Contains article between P.579 and 618 with 2 maps, 8 b/w and 37 colour photos. Soft cover. Very good. 25.2 x 17.5.

An American Naturalist harvesting weird creatures in the storied Strait of Messina.