Maritime Books

Tall Ships: Windjammers, Clippers, Canoes, Outriggers

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53284
AAMH
THE GREAT CIRCLE: Journal of the Australian Association for Maritime History - Volume 13, Nos. 1 & 2, 1991
$20.00 AUD

Australian Association for Maritime History. Armidale. 1991. Vol. 13, 1991. Edited by G.R. HENNING. No. 1: 72 PP with 6 tables, 4 photos, 3 maps. No. 2: 73-140 PP with 1 map and 13 figures. Soft cover, illustrated front. Very good. 24 x 16.3.

No. 1: The birth of the Java Australia Line, by J. à Campo. The cruise of the Kingston and the Elligwood in 1800..., by Rhys Richards. No. 2: Yanyuwa bark canoes, Gulf of Carpentaria, by John J. Bradley. Indonesian Perahu, by Jeffrey Mellefont. Gunning for whales,... Whaling Guns, by Lindsey Shaw...

75052
ADNEY, Edwin Tappan & CHAPELLE, Howard I.
THE BARK CANOES AND SKIN BOATS OF NORTH AMERICA
$75.00 AUD

Smithsonian Institution. Washington. 1964. 1st Ed. Bulletin No. 230 of the United States National Museum. XIV, (2), 242 PP with 229 figures (drawings, sketches, plans and photos) in text. Cloth cover, gilt device on front cover and gilt title on spine. Near fine. Scarce. 28.5 x 22.

Materials and tools, form and construction. Boats and canoes from eastern maritime region, Central Canada, Northwestern Canada. Arctic skin boats.

42984
ALAND
ALAND I EUROPA / AHVENANMAA EUROOPASSA / ALAND IN EUROPE / ALAND IN EUROPA / ALAND DANS L'EUROPE
$5.00 AUD

Alands Landskapsstyrelse. Mariehamn. 2002. 1st Ed. 32 PP with colour illustrations (stamps). Pictorial soft cover. Text in Swedish, Finnish, German, English and French, Fine. 20 x 14. 9518946817

Autonomy, Legislative Assembly, Shipping, Seafarers' Museum... Alandic symbols...

37643
ALLEN, Oliver A. (editor)
LES GRANDS VOILIERS
$15.00 AUD

Editions Time-Life. Amsterdam. 1980. 1st authorized French edition of the 1978 original The Windjammers, in La Grande Aventure de la Mer series. 176 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Title page: Helm of the bark Kaiulani. Eps: Map of the world plyed by the Windjammers. Simile leather covers, colour vignette on front cover. Faint foxing spots on first and last three leaves, o/wise near fine. French text. 28.7 x 24. 705406253

21209
ALLEN, Oliver E. (editor)
THE WINDJAMMERS
$10.00 AUD

Time-Life Books. Amsterdam. 1980. 1st European English language printing of the 1978 original, in The Seafarers series. 176 PP with b/w and colour illust. Title page: Helm of the bark Kaiulani. Eps: Map of the world plyed by the Windjammers. Simile leather covers, colour vignette on front cover. Signature of previous owner on title page, o/wise near fine. 28.7 x 24. 0705406253

37642
ALLEN, Oliver E. (editor)
THE WINDJAMMERS
$10.00 AUD

Time-Life Books. Amsterdam. 1980. 1st European English language printing of the 1978 original, in The Seafarers series. 176 PP with b/w and colour illust. Title page: Helm of the bark Kaiulani. Eps: Map of the world plyed by the Windjammers. Simile leather covers, colour illustration pasted down on front cover. Stains on front outside edge. Very good. 28.7 x 24. 705406253

52137
ALLEN, Oliver E. (editor)
THE WINDJAMMERS
$10.00 AUD

Time-Life Books. Amsterdam. 1982. 4th European English language printing of the 1978 original, in The Seafarers series. 176 PP with b/w and colour illust. Title page: Helm of the bark Kaiulani. FEP: Map of the world plyed by the Windjammers. Simile leather covers, colour vignette on front cover. Near fine. 28.7 x 24. 0705406253

65992
ALLEN, Oliver E. (editor)
THE WINDJAMMERS
$15.00 AUD

Time-Life / Caxton Group. London. 2004. 1st reprint by Caxton Group of the 1978 original, in The Seafarers series. 176 PP with b/w and colour illust. Title page: Helm of the bark Kaiulani. Eps: Map of the world plyed by the Windjammers. Laminated pictorial boards, dj. Fine. 28.2 x 23.7. 1844471292

22601
ANDERSON, Capt. Lindsay
A CRUISE IN AN OPIUM CLIPPER
$10.00 AUD

Ibex. Melbourne. 1989. Reprint of the 1891 original. 224 PP with 8 b/w illustrations. Fp: The Eamont, topsail schooner. Hard cover, simile leather, gilt title on front cover and spine. Foxing. Near fine. 19.2 x 13.3.

The author's trip on a topsail schooner between China/Taiwan and Japan, prior to the opening of this latter country to the civilized world.

35590
ANDERSON, Romola & R.C.
THE SAILING-SHIP, Six Thousand Years of History
$20.00 AUD

New York. c. 1965. Bonanza. Reprint (B) of the 1963 US edition. 212 PP with 134 fig. in text plus 16 pages with 20 half-tone plates. Cloth cover, dj. Spine of dust jacket lightly sunned. Occasional foxing, o/wise very good. 22.2 x 14.2.

History of the sailing ship: Egypt & Greece, Phoenicia & Rome, Northern & Southern ships, the ship of the line, the last days of the sailing ship.

75137
APOLLONIO, Spencer (editor)
THE LAST OF THE CAPE HORNERS - Firsthand Accounts from the Final Days of the Commercial Tall Ships
$15.00 AUD

Brassey's. Washington. 2002. 1st paperback edition. XXXII, 296 PP, with 1 Rigging Plan, plus 24 pages with 1 chart of the World with "Wind Patterns and Sailing Ships Passages" on double page and 22 b/w photos with detailed captions. Soft covers, pictorial front. Circa 30 pages with some underlining. A good reading copy. 22.7 x 15. 9781574884098

55376
ARENSBERG, Ingrid
OSTINDIEFARAREN GÖTHEBORG SEGLAR IGEN / THE SWEDISH SHIP GÖTHEBORG SAILS AGAIN
$35.00 AUD

Warne Förlag. Sävedalen, Sweden. 2005. 1st bilingual edition. Foreword by Göran Bengtsson. 128 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Illustrated hard covers, dj. Note on half title page signed by Captain Peter Kaaling, Master of the Swedish East Indiaman Götheborg. Text in Swedish and English. A few small chips to the dust jacket, o/wise fine. 28.6 x 24.5. 9186425854

71552
ARMSTRONG, Warren
SQUARE-RIGGER DAYS
$25.00 AUD

Heinemann. London. 1964. 1st Ed. (6), 191 PP, plus 16 pages with 24 b/w illustrations. Orig. cloth cover, gilt-engraved spine, dj (price clipped). Dust jacket frayed at head and foot of spine with a piece missing at the back and now in a clear protective sleeve. Stamp of previous owner on endpapers and outside edges. Very good copy of a scarce title. 22.2 x 14.2.

History of the square-riggers, the triumphs & tragedies which befell them: Lightning, Thermopylae & Cutty Sark. Kobenhavn lost without trace..

49722
ATKINSON, Jenni
A GIRL BEFORE THE MAST
$5.00 AUD

Arrow. London. 1979. 1st paperback edition of the 1977 original. 203, (5 publications) PP, plus 8 pages with 15 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover (creased). Ageing of paper. Good reading copy. 17.8 x 11 0099204509

Deckhand for crossing the Atlantic on the Phoenix

61827
ATKINSON, Jenni
A GIRL IN SQUARE RIG - Four Months Before The Mast
$10.00 AUD

Arlington Books. London. 1977. 1st Ed. 203 PP, plus 16 pages with b/w illustrations (1 map and 34 photos). Eps: details of Brigantine "Phoenix" and Sail Plan. Hard cover, gilt title on spine. Near fine. 24 x 16.

Deckhand for crossing the Atlantic on the brigantine "Phoenix".

62495
BALIER, Marcel
LE COURRIER DU CAP - Janvier 1993
$10.00 AUD

AICH / Association Internationale des Capitaines au Long Cours Cap Horniers. Saint Malo. 1993. January 1993 issue. Introduction by Anatole de Mulder, President. 21 PP. Soft cover, pictorial front, staples. French text. Very good. 29.7 x 21.

34473
BATHE. E. W., RUBIN DE CERVIN, G. B. & TAILLEMITE, E.
THE GREAT AGE OF SAIL
$15.00 AUD

Crescent Books. New York. 1977. Reprint of the 1971 smaller unabridged edition of the 1967 original, translated by Michael Kelly. Edited by Joseph Jobé. 252, (24) PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, device on front cover, dj. Renewed endpapers, o/wise a very good copy. 28.5 x 24.5. 0517246651

History of the great sailing ships over four centuries. The great maritime powers & their commercial interests.

34474
BATHE. E. W., RUBIN DE CERVIN, G. B. & TAILLEMITE, E.
THE GREAT AGE OF SAIL
$10.00 AUD

Crescent Books. New York. 1977. Reprint of the 1971 smaller unabridged edition of the 1967 original, translated by Michael Kelly. Edited by Joseph Jobé. 252, (24) PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, device on front cover. Some foxing, stamp and signature of previous owner on title page, renewed endpapers, o/wise a very good copy. 28.5 x 24.5. 0517246651

History of the great sailing ships over four centuries. The great maritime powers & their commercial interests.

34569
BATHE. E. W., RUBIN DE CERVIN, G. B. & TAILLEMITE, E.
THE GREAT AGE OF SAIL
$20.00 AUD

Edita Lausanne. Lausanne / London. 1967. Reduced, unabridged version of the 1st edition. Translated by Michael Kelly. Edited by Joseph Jobé. 252, (24) PP with b/w and colour illustrations (8 of them folded plates). Hard cover, device on front cover, dj. Dust jacket with small chips. Light foxing, o/wise a very good clean copy. 28.5 x 24.5.

History of the great sailing ships over four centuries. The great maritime powers & their commercial interests.

38738
BATHE. E. W., RUBIN DE CERVIN, G. B. & TAILLEMITE, E.
SEGELFARTYGENS STORHETSTID
$10.00 AUD

Edita Lausanne / Bernces Förlag. Lausanne / Malmö. 1975. 1st Swedish edition, translated by Bo Cassel. Edited by Joseph Jobé. 252, (24) PP with b/w and colour illustrations (8 of them folded plates). Hard cover, device on front cover, dj. Foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. Swedish text. 28.5 x 24.5. 9150002937

History of the great sailing ships over four centuries. The great maritime powers & their commercial interests.

45464
BATHE. E. W., RUBIN DE CERVIN, G. B. & TAILLEMITE, E.
THE GREAT AGE OF SAIL
$35.00 AUD

Edita Lausanne / Patrick Stephens Ltd. Lausanne / London. 1967. 1st UK edition, translated by Michael Kelly. Edited by Joseph Jobé. 252, (24) PP with 268 b/w and colour illustrations (44 colour plates tipped in) and 31 pages of plans. Illustrated endpapers. Cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket with a few chips small pieces missing and is in a protective sleeve. Foxing and browning of inside of dust jacket and bottom of prelmins and covers. Note on FFEP, o/wise contents are near fine. Large format: 33.5 x 29.

History of the great sailing ships over four centuries. The great maritime powers & their commercial interests.

46603
BATHE. E. W., RUBIN DE CERVIN, G. B. & TAILLEMITE, E.
LES GRANDS VOILIERS du XVe au XXe Siècle
$10.00 AUD

Edita Lausanne. Lausanne. c. 1971. Unabridged version, in a reduced format of the 1967 original Grands Voiliers. Edited by Joseph Jobé and Jean Merrien. 252, (24) PP with 268 b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, device on front cover, dj. Foxing on prelims and last few pages, o/wise a very good clean copy. French text. 28.7 x 24.5.

History of the great sailing ships over four centuries. The great maritime powers & their commercial interests.

32208
BEILBY, Alec
TO BEAT THE CLIPPERS, The Financial Times Clipper Race 1975-6
$10.00 AUD

Allen Lane. London. 1976. 1st Ed. XX, 212 PP with 1 map, 5 plans, and 74 b/w photos, plus 8 pages with 12 colour photos. Title spread: Tower Bridge, Thames. FEP: Map of the first leg from Sheerness to Sydney. REP: Map of the Financial Times clipper race. Hard cover, dj (price clipped). Light foxing on prelims and outside edges, o/wise near fine. 24 x 16. 0713909676

Great Britain II, against Kriter II, The Great Escape and CSeRB II Busnelli up to Sydney; then Anaconda between Sydney and Dover.

49338
BEKEN, Kenneth J.
BEKEN OF COWES, A CENTURY OF TALL SHIPS
$60.00 AUD

Harrap Ltd. London. 1985. 1st Ed. Foreword by HRH The Prince of Wales. 224 PP with over 15 b/w, and 100 colour plates of tall ships. Fp: "Archibald Russell". Eps: rigging of various tall ships. Hard cover, dj, plain slipcase. Slipcase with a repaired tear. Note to previous owner at top of half title page. Near fine. 32 x 24. 0245542485

One hundred of the finest "tall ships" pictures taken over three generations of the Beken family.

43829
BEQUIGNON, Jean-Yves & ROZEN, André
L'ETOILE ET LA BELLE POULE
$30.00 AUD

Institut Océanographique. Paris. 2000. 1st Ed. 128 PP with 5 facsimile of documents, 17 b/w photos, and colour illustrations (diagrams, 1 map, 1 chart, 8 pages of plans and cutaway, photos), plus 1 folded plan (recto: sailing plan, and verso: line drawngs). Laminated pictorial stiff covers. Fine. French text. 28 x 21.3. 2903581258

Training schooners of the French Navy, built 1932.

72748
BIGGAN, Joan
THE MAIDEN VOYAGE
$10.00 AUD

The Molendinar Press. Glasgow. 1977. 1st Ed. 156 PP. Hard covers, gilt title on spine, chipped dust jacket. Ex library copy with remnants of envelope on front endpaper and stamps on front endpaper and verso of title page. Very good reading copy. 22 x 14. 0904002217

Novel. An 1860 crossing in of the "Lady Edwina Douglas" between Glasgow and Otago province in New Zealand, then retun to the UK via Bombay.

61844
BISSET, Sir James & STEPHENSEN P.R.
SAIL HO! MY EARLY YEARS AT SEA
$45.00 AUD

Rupert Hart-Davis. London. 1961. 1st published in the Mariners Library series as No. 43. 272 PP, plus 8 pages with b/w photos. Hard cover, dj (price clipped and with a repaired tear). Dust jacket illustrated by Winston Megoran. Top outside edge tinted. Faint foxing on outside edges. Contents fine. 19 x 13.

A full account of his voyages as an apprentice, able-seaman and second-mate in cargo-carrying sailing vessels.

18451
BLOOMSTER, Edgar L.
SAILING AND SMALL CRAFT DOWN THE AGES
$20.00 AUD

United States Naval Institute. Annapolis, Maryland. 1940. 1st Ed. XII, 280 PP with 65 full pages of b/w illust. by the author. Fp & Eps. Cloth cover, gilt devices on front cover and spine. Ex library copy with 5 stamps on endpapers, half-title and title page. Covers bumped at lower front corner, o/wise good. 30.5 x 23.

Accurate drawings of the ships which sailed the seas since the time of ancient Greece. Sail & oars, pleasure craft, America's Cup defenders, sails & rigging.

55096
BLOTTIERE, G. (editor)
LES VOILES DE LA LIBERTE - Programme Officiel
$10.00 AUD

Sodimail Communication. Maromme. 1989. 1st Ed. 96 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. French text. Fine. 29.7 x 21. 02950419402

Gathering of tall ships in the port of Rouen to celebrate the bicentennial of the French Revolution of 1789. Photos and details of 23 Windjammers...

17928
BLOTTIERE, G. & PERDRIEL. G.
LES VOILES DE LA LIBERTE
$20.00 AUD

Sodicom. Paris. 1989. 1st Ed. 192 PP with colour illust. Eps: Crests of the tall ships participating in the bicentennial gathering in Rouen. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. Fine. French text. 32 x 24. 2950419402

Gathering of tall ships in the port of Rouen to celebrate the bicentennial of the French Revolution of 1789.

62558
BLOUNDELE, Brian P.
Windjammer: FALKLANDBANK (colour print)
$10.00 AUD

Mobil Oil Corporation. New York. c. 1970. Print on art paper of a colour painting by Brian P. Bloundele. Near fine. Oblong format: 35.5 x 51.

67231
BOGLE, Edwin
VOYAGE OF EDWIN BOGLE, 22 years old, on the Sailing Vessel "LOCH VENNACHAR" from Glasgow to Melbourne: 76 days, 5/7/1879 to 18/9/1879
$20.00 AUD

Queensland Maritime Museum. Brisbane. c. 1990. Plastic folder containing: Transcription from manuscript, 13 PP (recto only) with 1 graph "Miles travelled per week", 1 b/w photo & 2 maps (photocopy quality), photocopy of original manuscript & its hand written transcription, and 7 typed pages. Clear plastic front. Near fine. 29.7 x 21.

Edwin Bogle: 1856- 1908. Refer: "Log of Logs", Volume Two, page 303.

65346
BOLTON, Peter
COLLECT SHIPS ON STAMPS
$20.00 AUD

Stanley Gibbons Ltd. London. 1993. 2nd edition, in the Stanley Gibbons Thematic catalogue. (6), 321, (1 advert.) PP with thousands of stamps reproducted in b/w. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 29.8 x 20.8. 0852593627

From Abu Dhabi and Aden to Zanzibar and Zil Elwannyen Sesel (Seychelles).

72636
BONE, David W.
THE BRASSBOUNDER
$20.00 AUD

The Citadel Press. London. 1949 Revised edition of the 1910 original. XXII, 202 PP. Hard cover, dust jacket (price-clipped and in a protective sleeve). Ex-library copy with a stamp on title page and rear endpaper. Lacks the front free endpaper. Contents clean and overall still a very good copy. 19 x 13. 9781409991687

65949
BRADY, Eunice
THE WALTER HOOD
$25.00 AUD

Shepp. Sydney. 1985. 1st Ed. V, 58 PP with 1 map & 12 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Copy signed by the author on title page. Near fine. 21 x 13.6. 0949250082

Wreck of the Aberdeen White Star Line ship Walter Hood on 26th April, 1870. The involvement of the author with the wreck.

20146
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
SEARCH FOR THE TALL SHIPS - A sketchbook of the ships that came to Operation Sail 1976, the places visited in finding them, and the liners sailed on in this search
$20.00 AUD

Operation Ship. New York. 1977. 1st Ed. 144 PP with 202 drawings by the author. Fp: Bow on, the Royal Viking Star. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. Foxing spots on outside edges. Address of previous owner at lower corner of front endpaper, o/wise near fine. 28.5 x 22.2.

The author organized the Operation Sail 1976, commemorating the 200th birthday of the United States of America. In his search for Tall Ships which could come to New York, he travelled widely with pen and ink in hand.

64233
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
PRINT - "EAGLE", U.S.A. (Print from "The Tall Ships", Official Op Sail '76 Portfolio)
$5.00 AUD

Sabine Press / Op Sail. New York. 1976. Frameable sketch of the the Steel Barque Eagle. Fine. Format. 35.5 x 28.

Built 1936, in Germany. Owned by the U.S. Coast Guard.

64234
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
PRINT - "LIBERTAD", Argentina ("The Tall Ships", Official Op Sail '76 Portfolio)
$5.00 AUD

Sabine Press / Op Sail. New York. 1976. Frameable sketch of the the full-rigged steel squarer Libertad. Fine. Oblong format. 28 x 35.5.

Commissioned 1960 by the Argentinian Navy.

64236
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
PRINT - "GLORIA", Colombia ("The Tall Ships", Official Op Sail '76 Portfolio)
$5.00 AUD

Sabine Press / Op Sail. New York. 1976. Frameable sketch of the the Three-masted craft Gloria. Fine. Oblong format. 28 x 35.5.

Commissioned by the Navy of Colombia.

64237
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
PRINT - "GORCH FOCK", Germany ("The Tall Ships", Official Op Sail '76 Portfolio)
$5.00 AUD

Sabine Press / Op Sail. New York. 1976. Frameable sketch of the the Steel barque Gorch Fock. Fine. Oblong format. 28 x 35.5.

Commissioned 1954, by the German Navy.

64238
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
PRINT - "AMERIGO VESPUCCI", Italy ("The Tall Ships", Official Op Sail '76 Portfolio)
$5.00 AUD

Sabine Press / Op Sail. New York. 1976. Frameable sketch of the Amerigo Vespucci, patterned after frigates of the 19th century. Fine. Oblong format. 28 x 35.5.

Commissioned 1931, by the Italian Navy.

64240
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
PRINT - "CHRISTIAN RADICH", Norway ("The Tall Ships", Official Op Sail '76 Portfolio)
$5.00 AUD

Sabine Press / Op Sail. New York. 1976. Frameable sketch of the Full-rigged ship Christian Radich. Fine. Oblong format. 28 x 35.5.

Owned by the worldwide Merchant Marine of Norway.

64241
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
PRINT - "DAR POMORZA", Poland ("The Tall Ships", Official Op Sail '76 Portfolio)
$5.00 AUD

Sabine Press / Op Sail. New York. 1976. Frameable sketch of the Full-rigged steel sail training ship Dar Polorza. Fine. Format. 35.5 x 28.

Built 1909, and owned by the Polish State Sea School, since 1929.

64242
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
PRINT - "SAGRES", Portugal ("The Tall Ships", Official Op Sail '76 Portfolio)
$5.00 AUD

Sabine Press / Op Sail. New York. 1976. Frameable sketch of the Sagres. Fine. Format. 35.5 x 28.

Owned since 1961 by the Navy of Portugal.

64243
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
PRINT - "KRUZENSHTERN", U.S.S.R. ("The Tall Ships", Official Op Sail '76 Portfolio)
$5.00 AUD

Sabine Press / Op Sail. New York. 1976. Frameable sketch of the four-masted steel barque Kruzenshtern. Fine. Format. 35.5 x 28.

Built 1926 as the Padua, operated by the Soviet Ministry of Fisheries, USSR.

64244
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
PRINT - "GAZELA PRIMEIRO", U.S.A. ("The Tall Ships", Official Op Sail '76 Portfolio)
$5.00 AUD

Sabine Press / Op Sail. New York. 1976. Frameable sketch of the Gazela Primeiro. Fine. Format. 35.5 x 28.

Built 1883 and used for 80 years on the banks off Newfoundland. Owned by the Philadelphia Maritime Museum.

64245
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
PRINT - "MIRCEA", Romania ("The Tall Ships", Official Op Sail '76 Portfolio)
$5.00 AUD

Sabine Press / Op Sail. New York. 1976. Frameable sketch of the Mircea. Fine. Oblong format. 28 x 35.5.

Built 1938 for the Romanian Navy, operated for the Romanian Mercantile Marine Nautical College.

64246
BRAYNARD, Frank O.
PRINT - "TOVARISCH", U.S.S.R. ("The Tall Ships", Official Op Sail '76 Portfolio)
$5.00 AUD

Sabine Press / Op Sail. New York. 1976. Frameable sketch of the Steel barque Tovarisch. Fine. Oblong format. 28 x 35.5.

Built 1933 as the Gorch Fock, operated from the Port of Odessa.

67178
LE BREÜS, Alain
LES VIEUX VOISINS DE L'ANSE UARE
$60.00 AUD

Musée Maritime de Nouvelle-Calédonie. Nouméa. 2015. 1st Ed. Foreword by Valérie Vattier. 56 PP with 8 colour illustrations (1 map, 1 painting and 6 photos) and 48 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. French text. Fine. Oblong: 21 x 29.8. 9782951868816

Anse Uaré, a cove in the port of Nouméa, where 9 derelict vessels (2 steamships and 7 former windjammers) are buried under slag, a by product of the Nickel smelting plant.

41195
BRIANT, Théophile
LES DERNIERS MARINS CAP-HORNIERS
$10.00 AUD

Fernand Lanore. Paris. 1978. 1st Ed. 208 PP. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. French text. 19.8 x 14.

Ships and men around Cape Horn, with the reminiscences of 3 captains, and of Henry-Jacques poet & Cape-Horner.

36020
BRIOT, Claude & Jacqueline
LES CLIPPERS FRANCAIS
$100.00 AUD

Editions Le Chasse-Marée / Armen. Douarnenez. 1993. 1st Ed. 466 PP with b/w and colour illustrations (line drawings, maps, plans, etchings, paintings and photographs). FEP: The Paulista under way. REP: Clipper Blanc entering Le Havre. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Near fine. 32 x 23.5. 2903708460

American clippers (design, construction, runs to California...). British clippers (races for tea from China...). French clippers: design construction, mannning, their trade (Brazil, West Indies, South Seas ...).

17966
BROPHY, Patrick
SAILING SHIPS
$5.00 AUD

Paul Hamlyn. London. 1974. 1st Ed. 128 PP with b/w & colour illustrations. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Light foxing. Near fine. 29 x 21.7. 0600379779

The sailing ship as a trading vessel, from the reed rafts of the Egyptians to the training ships of today.

45800
BROPHY, Patrick
SAILING SHIPS
$5.00 AUD

Hamlyn. London. 1974. 1st Ed. 128 PP with b/w & colour illustrations. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price-clipped). Light foxing. Near fine. 29 x 21.7. 0600379779

The sailing ship as a trading vessel, from the reed rafts of the Egyptians to the training ships of today.

45801
BROPHY, Patrick
SAILING SHIPS
$5.00 AUD

Hamlyn. London. 1974. 1st Ed. 128 PP with b/w & colour illustrations. Hard cover, gilt title on spine. Shelf number on front cover and spine. Light foxing, o/wise very good. 29 x 21.7. 0600379779

The sailing ship as a trading vessel, from the reed rafts of the Egyptians to the training ships of today.

73380
BROWN, Michael & HUMPHREYS, Graham
SAILING SHIPS
$25.00 AUD

Hamish Hamilton. London. 1975. 1st Ed. No pagination, 32 PP with 11 b/w drawings and 31 colour illustrations by Graham Humphreys. Title page: stern view of a Dutch Man of War. FEP: Sail plans of a 4 mast barque. REP: Sketches of 9 type of sailing ships. Pictorial laminated boards, dust jacket with a few light stains on the inside. Ex Library copy with stamp on title page, remnants of envelope on last page, and sellotape marks on endpapers. Lower corner of fore flap clipped. (not the price). A very good copy. Oblong: 21 x 26. 0241022517

For younger readers.

57177
BRUCE, Harry
TALL SHIPS: An Odyssey
$25.00 AUD

Key Porter Books. Toronto. 2000. 1st Ed. 96 PP with colour illustrations (6 maps, 12 types and 74 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.5 x 20.3. 1552631575

Tall Ships 2000 Race - 10,000 nautical miles for 70 ships from Southampton & Genoa to Cadiz, Bermuda, Boston, Halifax then Amsterdam.

60494
BRUIJN, Professor Jaap
SAILING SHIPS AND SAILING PEOPLE - The East Indiamen
$10.00 AUD

University Extension / The University of Western Australia. Perth. 1987. Lecture: (2), 16 PP. Soft cover. Near fine. 29.7 x 21.

Lecture given at the University of Western Australia on 15th January 1987.

54914
BRUIJN, Wim, van der KUIP, Guus & VROOM, Udo (editors)
SPIEGEL DER ZEILVAART
$10.00 AUD

De Boer Maritiem. Bussum. 1978. 2nd Year, No. 3, July 1978. 66 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Dutch text. Fine. 28 x 21.5.

54792
LE BRUN, Dominique (editor)
LE ROMAN DU CAP HORN
$15.00 AUD

Omnibus. Paris. 2003. 1st Ed. LXXII, 1053, (18 publications) PP with b/w illustrations by François Le Guern. Pictorial soft cover. French text. Near fine. 19.8 x 13.2. 2258061318

Anthology of texts by: Roger Vercel ... Joseph Conrad ... John Masefield ... Eric Newby.

38220
BURGESS, Robert H. (editor)
THE SEA SERPENT JOURNAL - Hugh McGulloch Gregory's Voyage around the World in a Clipper Ship 1854-55
$15.00 AUD

University Press of Virginia/Mariners Museum. Charlottesville, Newport News. 1975. 1st Ed. Museum Publication No. 32. XVIII, 142 PP, plus 1 folded plate (sails carried by clipper ship Sea Serpent) and 16 pages with 24 b/w illustrations. Title page: vignette with Sea Serpent. Eps: chart of the clipper Sea Serpent around the world 1854-1855. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj (rubbed). Near fine. 24.2 x 16. 0813905893

New York 24 February 1854, Cape Horn 25 April 1854, San Francisco June 1854, Hong Kong and Shanghai September 1854... New York 16 February 1855.

20000
BURROWS, Denys
CLIPPER SHIP
$10.00 AUD

Educational Press. Sydney. 1965. 1st Ed. 184 PP with 23 b/w illustrations by Graham Wade. Hard cover, dj (price clipped). Note on front endpaper. Light foxing on outside page edges and endpapers, o/wise contents near fine. 22.3 x 14.2.

Adventures on the tea-clipper Dauntless of Father (Captain) and young son (Apprentice), on the run Australia to China. (Juvenile adventure based on the radio serial Tall Ships of A.B.C.).

47036
BURTON, Robin
SAILING THE GREAT RACES
$10.00 AUD

Lyric Books Ltd. London. 1979. 1st edition. 160 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Cloth cover, dj. Spine of dust jacket sunned. FFEP with stamp on recto and note on verso. Very good internally. 29.5 x 23. 0711100020

The grain races, the Thames sailing barges, the round-the-world sailing races, round Britain race, America's Cup, the Sydney to Hobart ...

51786
BUSQUETS I VILANOVA, Camil
THE ETERNAL SAIL
$15.00 AUD

Edimat Books. London. 2004. 1st Ed. 127 PP with drawings and colour photos. Illustrated endpapers. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Very good. 32.5 x 24.5. 08497940458

Columbian ships. Vestiges of the past (Victory, Warrior...). Style ships. Lateen sail...

51576
CADORET, Bernard, DUVIARD, Dominique, GUILLET, Jacques & KERISIT, Henry
AR VAG, Voiles au Travail en Bretagne Atlantique - Tome II
$50.00 AUD

Editions de l'Estran. Douarnenez. 1985. Volume 2. Originally published in 1979 by Editions des 4 Seigneurs. (2), 414, (4) PP with b/w illustrations (drawings, sketches, photos). Cloth cover, gilt title in spine, dj. French text. Foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. Large format: 31 x 24. 2903707096

Fishing boats: Lobsters. Trading coastal vessels.

75460
CAMERON, Captain John & FARRELL, Andrew
JOHN CAMERON'S ODYSSEY
$40.00 AUD

The Macmillan Company. New York. 1928. October 1928 original. Preface and notes by Andrew Farrell XVII, (3), 461 PP with 2 sketch maps and 125 drawings (margins, head & tail-pieces), by Charles Kuhn, plus 11 plates. Fp: Captain John Cameron. Illustrated endpapers. Cloth cover, decoration on front cover and gilt title on spine, top outside edges tinted. Gutters starting, otherwise a very good clean copy. 22.2 x 15.5.

The career of Capt. John Cameron who went to sea at 17, sailed the Atlantic, Indian, then the Pacific Ocean while based in Honolulu. Blackbirding in the New Hebrides for Hawaiian planters, shipwrecked on Midway, ...

68561
CAMPBELL-JONES, Susan
WELSH SAIL - A Pictorial History
$20.00 AUD

Gomer Press. Dyfed, Wales. 1976. 1st edition with an introduction by Alun Richards. 103 PP with 6 figures and 77 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine copy. 21.7 x 18.7. 850883067

65447
CARR, Frank G. G.
CUTTY SARK - Last of the Clippers (in Yachting World, December 1954)
$10.00 AUD

Yachting World / The Cutty Sark Society. London. 1954. Reprint from issue of December 1954. 8 PP with 6 line drawings by Max Millar and 5 b/w photos. Soft cover (foxing spots). Very good. 29.4 x 21.

68553
CARR, Frank G. G., COOKSON, Richard M., HURST, Alex., STAMMERS, Michael K. et al..
THE MEDLEY OF MAST AND SAIL - A Camera Record 1
$50.00 AUD

Teredo Books. Brighton, UK. 1976. 1st Ed., with an introduction by Frank G. G. Carr. XXII, 330 PP with 407 b/w photos. Fp: A barquentine at Whitby. Eps: On a windjammer. Cloth cover, gilt decoration on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Signed by Frank Carr on verso of FFEP. A fine copy. Scarce. 24.5 x 19.5. 0903662035

Photographic illustrations of the world's vanishing sailing craft.

22731
CARR, Frank G.G.
THE CUTTY SARK AND THE DAYS OF SAIL
$10.00 AUD

Pitkin Pictorials. London. c.1957. 1st edition of 10,000 copies. Foreword by the Earl Stanhope. 25 PP with 36 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers. Fine. Small format: 20.7 x 13.7.

37679
CARSE, Robert
THE TWILIGHT OF SAILING SHIPS
$25.00 AUD

Galahad Books. New York. c.1970. Reprint of the 1966 "Galahad Books" edition (1965 original). Foreword by Howard I. Chapelle. 206 PP with 1 endpiece, 17 head pieces, 7 plans, 105 b/w and 14 colour illustrations. Fp (in colour): Clipper ship "Red Jacket", by Gordon Grant. Eps: Map of the maiden passages of the California clipper ships "Flying Cloud" & "Swordfish". Hard cover, gilt titlre, dj. Dust jacket in a protective sleeve. Near fine. 28 x 21.

Final days of many types of vessels, showing the slow decadence of the sailing freighters and their ultimate economic death.

41384
CARSE, Robert
THE TWILIGHT OF SAILING SHIPS
$10.00 AUD

George G. Harrap. London. 1965. 1st UK edition. 206, (1 errata) PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Fp: Clipper ship Red Jacket. Eps: Map of the maiden passage of the California clipper ships Flying Cloud and Swordfish. Hard cover (rubbed). Bookplate of previous owner on preliminary page. Errata page tiped in on page 5. Damp mark on upper margin of front cover and first 50 pages (affecting some of the illustrations). Good copy. 28 x 21.

Final days of many types of vessels, showing the slow decadence of the sailing freighters and their ultimate economic death.

71894
CARTER, Robert
WINDJAMMERS. The Final Story
$65.00 AUD

Rosenberg. Sydney. 2004. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Henrik Karlsson. 254 PP with 6 b/w photos and 18 headpieces (line drawings of windjammers) by the author, plus 6 plates with 9 colour and 25 b/w photos, and 42 colour plates by the author. Fp: monument of the AICH on Cape Horn. FEP: Map of the world. REP: Map of Baltic Sea, and Map of the Spencer Gulf. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine (mint condition) 29.6 x 21.8. 1877058041

A collection of memoirs, poems and paintings depicting life in the last commercial sailing ships.

69167
CASTLE, Colin & MacDONALD, Iain
GLENLEE - The Life & Times of a Clyde-Built Cape Horner
$65.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson, Ltd Glasgow. 2005. 1st Ed. X, 166 PP with tables and facsimiles of documents, plus 8 pages with 8 colour photos and 32 pages with 46 b/w illustrations. Eps: World map in colour (FEP: "Ports of Call" / REP: "Prevailing & Trade Winds"). Laminated boards, pictorial front. Fine (mint condition). 21.7 x 15. 0851747272

1893: built at Anderson Rodger's Shipyard. Owners: Archibald Sterling & Co. ...

41326
CHANT, Christopher
TALL SHIPS
$10.00 AUD

Roydon Publishing. London. 1984. 1st Ed. 64 PP with 30 b/w illustrations and 27 colour photos. Half title page: US Coast Guard Eagle. Titlespread: Into the sunset. Pictorial laminated boards. Fine. 28.8 x 20.7. 0946674558

Square-Rig Ships. Schooners. Tall-Ship Races.

18551
CHAPELLE, Howard I.
THE BALTIMORE CLIPPER: Its Origin & Development
$20.00 AUD

Dover. New York. 1988. 1st soft cover edition of the 1930 original. XII, 192 PP, (16 publications) with 48 plans, plus 34 pages with 35 b/w plates. Fp: Baltimore Clipper Privateer Schooner. Soft covers, pictorial front. Edges of covers slightly rubbed. Faint foxing on outside edges. Book plate of previous owner on recto of frontispiece. Near fine. 23.3 x 16.5. 0486257657

36662
CHAPELLE, Howard I.
THE AMERICAN FISHING SCHOONERS 1825-1935
$30.00 AUD

W. W. Norton. New York. 1973. 1st Ed. 690 PP with 137 plates, 39 figures and numerous sketch-drawings in the important "Notebook" part of this book. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price clipped). Old tape marks on front and rear endpapers, signature of previous owner on FFEP. Light foxing around outside edges, o/wise a very good clean copy. 24 x 16. 0393031233

The history of the commercial fishing schooner, its development in design, function and construction.

68207
CHAPELLE, Howard I.
THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN SAILING SHIPS
$25.00 AUD

Bonanza Books. New York. c. 1950. 1st Bonanza reprint (I) of the 1935 original. XVII, (3), 400 PP with over 85 illustrations, plus 16 plates on double-page and 14 pages with 48 b/w photos or paintings. Cloth cover, decoration and title on front board, dj. Dust jacket chipped, rubbed and soiled. Discreet signature of previous owner on FFEP, o/wise contents near fine. 26 x 20.

Development of American ships, their design & construction, as well as the portrait of the men who built them.

17738
CHARLWOOD, Don
WRECKS & REPUTATIONS - The Loss of the Schomberg and Loch Ard
$15.00 AUD

Angus & Robertson. Sydney. 1977. 1st Ed. XIV, 190 PP with 2 maps, 2 plans (rig & sail) in text plus 16 pages with 23 b/w illust. Eps: The Great Circle Route. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 19.8 x 13.5. 0207130655

The end of two tall ships on the South-west coast of Victoria in 1855 and 1878.

17950
CHATTERTON, E. Keble
WINDJAMMERS AND SHELLBACKS, Strange True Stories of the Sea
$15.00 AUD

Rich & Cowan Ltd. London. 1935. Reprint in the Neptune Library of the 1926 original. IX, 246 PP with 1 figure, plus 16 b/w plates with 22 illustrations. Cloth covers somewhat soiled and a little frayed at bottom of spine. Dulled spine, no dust jacket. Occasional foxing, o/wise contents clean and still a very good copy. 22 x 15.2.

Search for the Northwest passage in 1619. Castaway on Juan de Nova, shipwreck off Macassar,...

74185
CHATTERTON, E. Keble
SAILING SHIPS AND THEIR STORY
$50.00 AUD

Sidgwick & Jackson. London. 1909. 1st edition. XXI, 362 PP with 125 b/w drawings or plates (some in text and others on extra pages) plus 9 plans on 3 folded pages at rear of book. Fp (in colour): A 17th century English warship (in colour). Decorated cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Wear around edges (shelf wear) and a few light patches on rear cover. Top edge gilt. Hardly any foxing. Front hinge a little shaken, otherwise a very nice bright copy of the first edition. 25 x 18.

74348
CHATTERTON, E. Keble
WINDJAMMERS AND SHELLBACKS, Strange True Stories of the Sea
$25.00 AUD

Rich & Cowan Ltd. London. 1935. Reprint in the Neptune Library of the 1926 original. IX, 246 PP with 1 figure, plus 16 b/w plates with 22 illustrations. Cloth cover, title on front cover and spine, bright dust jacket which is in a protective sleeve. Faint signature of previous owner on inside front cover, light foxing around outside edges, o/wise a very nice copy. 22 x 15.2.

Search for the Northwest passage in 1619. Castaway on Juan de Nova, shipwreck off Macassar,...

74664
CHATTERTON, E. Keble
FORE & AFT CRAFT AND THEIR STORY - An Account of the fore & aft rig from the earliest times to the present day
$25.00 AUD

Seeley, Service and Co. London. 1922. New and cheaper edition of the 1911 original. 348 PP, (4 publications) with 59 figures, plus 42 plates with 70 b/w illustrations (line drawings, plans, photos). Cloth cover, device on front cover, title on front cover and spine. Covers rubbed, worn on lower corner of front cover. Copy lacking 6 plates called for: the colour plate of the frontispiece and 5 b/w plates: 19, 22, 90, 91 and 92. As is. Good reading / working condition. 24.3 x 18.5.

62545
CHRISTOPHER, Peter
"TALL SHIPS" CALENDAR - 1987
$15.00 AUD

Key Porter Books. Toronto. 1986. 1987 Calendar with 13 "frameable" prints (26 x 34) in colour. Fine. Format oblong: 28.5 x 45. 0919493823

13 Windjammers (details of each in English, French and German): Gorch Fock II (Germany) - Royalist (Great Britain) - Gorg Fock II (Germany) - Dar Mlodzieszy (Poland) - Eagle (USA) - Kruzenstern (USSR) -Gloria (Colombia) - Eagle (USA) - Simon Bolivar (Venezuela) - Hoshi (Great Britain) - Libertad (Argentina) - Georg Stage (Denmark).

17857
CIPRIANI, Pierre & DUTHIL, Luc (ediotos)
VOILES EN SEINE - Rouen, Juillet 1989
$20.00 AUD

Editions du P'tit Normand. Rouen. 1989. 2nd printing (after corrections) of the original. 224 PP with b/w & colour photos on high gloss quality paper. Laminated pictorial boards. Light foxing on half-title page, o/wise a fine copy. French text. 30 x 21. 2906258210

Gathering of the biggest tall ships at Rouen in July, 1989, to celebrate the bicentennial of the French Revolution.

19174
CLARK, Hyla M.
THE TALL SHIPS: A Sailing Celebration
$5.00 AUD

Books for Pleasure / Operation Sail 1976. Sydney. 1977. 1st Australian edition of the 1976 US original. Introduction by Frank O. Braynard & Tony Gibbs. 128 PP with b/w illustrations and over 50 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.8 x 21.7. 0727100874

The Romance of the Sea. The Ships. Operation Sail: July 4 1976, gathering on the Hudson River for the Celebration of the Birth of the United States of America.

41286
CLEMENTS, Rex
A GIPSY OF THE HORN - The narrative of a voyage round the world in a Windjammer twenty years ago
$10.00 AUD

London. 1939. Longmans. August 1939 impression of the 1938 abridged edition (by W. T. Hutchins), in the Heritage of Literature Series. (6), 186 PP with 6 pen & ink drawings by N. A. D. Wallis. Cloth cover. Head and foot of spine worn. Address of previous owners on front endpaper and half title page. Small ink stain in front margin of page 38. Good reading copy. Small format: 17 x 11.5.

Life on board and seeing the world on the Scottish barque Arethusa.

15436
CLOSE, Robert S.
PRENDS-MOI MATELOT!
$20.00 AUD

Editions du Chêne. Paris. 1947. 1st French edition, translated from the Australian original Love Me Sailor. 433, (6 adv.) PP with 32 b/w illust. by M. Philippeaux. Pictorial soft cover. Ageing of paper. French text. Very good. 18.5 x 11.7.

Love me sailor: book about sailors and the life at sea. The critics in French newspapers were thrilled by this novel, whereas in Australia, it was banned for a time. Robert S. Close has described with superlative control the strange atmosphere of the three-master (in Le Berry Républicain). Assuredly a great piece - very strongly etched in the Hugo style (in Le Figaro Littéraire). Robert Close was an Australian author.

36580
COLBY, Jean Poindexter
MYSTIC SEAPORT - The Age of Sail
$20.00 AUD

Hastings House. New York. 1970. 1st Ed., in the Famous Museum series. 96 PP with 3 maps, 3 drawings and 38 b/w photos by Louis S. Martel. Title spread: West part of the village. Cloth cover, library binding, dj. Signs of old water damage on lower part of pages (a little wavy), not affecting text and otherwise a near fine copy. 23.5 x 15.8. 803846525

71826
COLWELL, Max
SHIPS AND SEAFARERS IN AUSTRALIAN WATERS
$25.00 AUD

Lansdowne Press. Melbourne. 1973. 1st Ed. 127 PP with 108 b/w illustrations, plus 8 colour plates. Hard cover, dj. Dust jacket lightly sunned on spine and with foxing spots on the inside. Occasional foxing. Very good. Oblong: 25.7 x 29.5. 0701800259

The owners, builders, ships, seamen and their deeds and disasters which played a part in Australia's development.

71756
COMPTON, Nic
NOTABLE BOATS - Forty remarkable craft, forty great adventures
$35.00 AUD

Ivy Press Limited. Lewes, West Sussex. 2016. 1st edition. 176 PP with colour illustrations: artworks by Peter Scott, boat plans by John Woodcock & route maps by Nick Rowland. Laminated pictorial boards (Norwegian Gjoa). As new conditon. Oblong: 21.5 x 23. 9781782404156

Spray of Joshua Slocum. Suahili of Robin Knox-Johnston. Gypsy Moth IV of Francis Chichester. Joshua of Bernard Moitessier. America and the 1st America's Cup. ...

60961
COOPER, F. S.
RACING SAILORMEN
$15.00 AUD

Percival Marshall & Co. London. 1963. 1st Ed. (6), 109 PP with tables and b/w ilustrations (5 maps and 54 photos). Fp: "Veronica" in the Thames Match 1962. Title page: Author and 3 Sailormen in 1961. Eps: 84 Flags of Owners racing barges. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price clipped). Head of spine of dust jacket missing on 2 cms. Top corner of half title page / frontispiece cut. Slight ageing of paper, o/wise a very nice copy. 25.3 x 19.

73269
COOPER, Viola Irene
WINDJAMMING TO FIJI
$40.00 AUD

Rae D. Henkle. New York. 1929. 1st edition. Introduction by L. Chateauvieux, Captain of the "Bougainville". XIII, 296 PP with small text drawings and head pieces, plus 22 b/w plates (full-page). Fp: Our windjammer the Bougainville. Top outside edges tinted. Eps: Track of the Bougainville between Vancouver and New Caledonia. Cloth covers with light wear/soiling, decoration on front board, title on front board and a slightly sunned spine. Signature of previous owner on FFEP, o/wise a near fine copy. 22.5 x 16.

1926 voyage of 2 young American girls on one of the last French windjammers owned by Compagnie Navale de l'Océanie. Sailing from Vancouver to Nouméa by way of Fiji. The Bougainville was the former Star of Peru and ended her days as a pontoon carrying nickel ore, in New Caledonia waters.

62565
CORISH, Joseph R.
Windjammer: "GOOD DAY'S RUN" (colour print)
$10.00 AUD

Mobil Oil Corporation. New York. c. 1970. Print on art paper of a colour painting by Joseph R. Corish. Near fine. Format: 51 x 35.5.

74884
CORNFORD, L. Cope
THE SEA CARRIERS 1825-1925 - The Aberdeen Line
$100.00 AUD

The Aberdeen Line. London. 1925. 1st Ed., with a preface by the Right Honourable The Viscount Burnham. (4), IV, 79, (5) PP, plus 12 aquatint plates with tissue guard. Fp: Portrait of Geo. Thompson, Jr. Original boards with cloth spine, gilt title and house-flag on front cover, top edge gilt. Covers slightly rubbed and soiled. Offsetting on endpapers and light foxing, otherwise a near fine copy of a scarce title. 22.8 x 15.5.

How England succeeded in dominating the world shipping scene. Some beautiful plates: creation of Aberdeen Line, Melbourne 1850, Sydney, early 19th Century, "Childe Harold" 1828, "Thermopylae" 1868, "Miltiades" 1871, SS Sophocles..

41050
CORROLER, Alain, GUERY, Jean-Louis et RUBENSTEIN, Bernard (text & illustrations)
BREST 92 - BATEAUX D'HIER ET DE TOUJOURS - Chroniques de bois et de sel
$10.00 AUD

Neptune-Yachting / Le Télégramme de Brest. Paris. 1992. 1st Ed. 122 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Plans and drawings by Nicolas Gilles. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. French text. 27.5 x 20.7.

Event Brest 1992, celebrating: sailing craft of yesteryear, seafarers like Eric Tabarly, lighthouse keepers...

43836
CORSINI, Capitano di Vascello Andrea & RESTANY, Pierre
AMERIGO VESPUCCI
$40.00 AUD

Dante Bigji. Milano. 1986. Revised edition of the 1983 original. 173 PP with colour photographs between pages 27 and 171. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover, dj. Fine. Italian and English text. 30.5 x 24.5.

Three-masted sailing ship (with auxiliary engine power) of the Italian Navy. Launched 22 February 1931 at the Italian naval dockyard of Castellammare di Stabia.

35468
COTTEE, J. M.
TALL TRAINING SHIPS AND AUSTRALIAN REGION SAIL TRAINING SHIPS
$10.00 AUD

Ginninderra Press. Canberra. 1997. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Malcolm Tull. 94 PP with 4 pages of sketches and 58 line drawings of Tall Ships by the author. Illustrated limp cover, clear plastic protected, spiral bound. Fine. 29.7 x 21. 0958682593

62549
CRAGO, Tony
"Australia's Bicentenary 1788 - 1988" JOURNEY OF THE FIRST FLEET - 1988 CALENDAR
$20.00 AUD

John Sands Promotional Products. Sydney. 1987. 1988 Calendar with 8 leaves with 1 map, and 7 "frameable" prints (30 x 38) in colour by Tony Crago. Front cover (in Sydney Cove). Fine. Format: 47 x 38.

6 prints with a 10 lines (on 4 columns) caption at top of each print. At Portsmouth - The Fleet at Anchor, Rio de Janeiro - Closing up the Fleet after Leaving Capetown - Meeting Laperouse - Entering Port Jackson - Sydney Cove: The Birth of a Nation.

22040
CUTLER, Carl C.
IMPORTANT TYPES OF MERCHANT SAILING CRAFT
$10.00 AUD

The Marine Historical Association, Inc. Mystic. 1958. Reprint of the 1930 original. 8 PP with 22 drawings. Pict. card cover. Fine. 22.7 x 15.5.

Reprint of Vol. 1 No. 1, December 15, 1930.

74363
CUTLER, Carl C.
QUEENS OF THE WESTERN OCEAN - The Story of America's Mail and Passenger Sailing Lines
$35.00 AUD

United States Naval Institute. Annapolis. 1961. 1st Edition. Foreword by Fleet Admiral C. W. Nimitz. XXII, 672 PP, (2), with 9 pages of ship and sail plans, plus 52 pages with 78 b/w illustrations. Fp: Black ball liner Neptune. FEP: Plans of Boston & New York City. REP: Liverpool in 1851. Cloth cover, gilt title on blue vignette on spine, dj. Bookplate of previous owner opposite half-title page. Light shelf wear, o/wise near fine. 26.8 x 18.5.

Appendices: Sailing Lines between the United States & Foreign Ports (P.331-413), Coastal Lines (P.414-548), Index of Ships' Names (P.579-613), General Index (P.615-672).

74439
CUTLER, Carl C.
GREYHOUNDS OF THE SEA - The Story of the American Clipper Ship
$40.00 AUD

Halcyon House. New York. 1930. 1st Ed. XXVIII, 592 PP with 34 headpieces and 13 pages for 23 "Ship and Sail Plans", plus 3 "Duotone" plates, 8 "colour" plates and 31 plates with 51 half-tone illustrations. Tinted top edge. Fp: "Northern Light". Eps: Clipper ship sailing tracks. Blue cloth cover, decoration in blind on front cover. Covers rubbed and worn, head and foot of spine frayed. Name of previous owner at top of front endpaper and half title page. Ageing of paper, occasional foxing hinges reinforced. Otherwise a good copy of the first edition. Image shows the title-page. 27 x 20.

The rise and decline of the American clipper ship.

47717
CUTTY SARK
THE LAST OF THE CLIPPER SHIPS (in BICC Bulletin)
$10.00 AUD

British Insulated Calender's Cables Ltd. London. 1957. Issue No. 20, December 1957. 24 PP. Contains article between P.12 and 15 with b/w illustrations (1 painting by J. Spurling, 2 drawings and 5 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. (stern of the Cutty Sark at Greenwich). Near fine. 24 x 18.5.

71484
CUYVERS, Luc
SETTING SAIL: Ten Thousand Years of Seafaring Adventure
$30.00 AUD

Tide-mark Press Ltd. Windsor, Connecticut. 2004. 1st North American edition. 174 PP with colour illustrations: 4 maps on double page, paintings and photos. The 4 hour DVD inserted in the rear pocket pasted down on rear endpaper. Eps: Mappemonde. Laminated pictorial boards. Fine. 28.2 x 22. 9781559498791

First blue water sailors: Austronesians & Polynesians. Sons of Sinbad: Arabian ships and seafarers. Dragon at sea: China and Oceanic explorers. ...

35283
DAGGETT, Kendrick Price
FIFTY YEARS OF FORTITUDE - The Maritime Career of Captain Jotham Blaisdell of Kennebunk, Maine, 1810-1860
$20.00 AUD

Mystic Seaport Museum. Mystic, Connecticut. 1988. 1st Ed., Volume XII in The American Maritime Library series. XIV, (2), 173 PP with 10 b/w illust., plus 18 pages with 15 b/w illust. Fp: Ship Mount Washington. Eps: North Atlantic Track Chart. Cloth cover, dj. Near fine. 23.6 x 15.8. 0913372439

55 years in the North Atlantic trades: Caribbean sugar, Southern cotton, European salt, wine, manufactured goods and emigrants.

62619
DAMM, C.
Dreimastschoner / Three-masted Schooner ERIK - colour print
$5.00 AUD

Chronik der Seefahrt / Verlag Egon Heinemann. Hamburg. c. 1990. Colour print of the 1916 original oil painting by C. Damm held by the Sjöfartsmuseet Holm-Petersen at Trönse. On the verso: details of the Erik in German and English. Faint foxing. Fine. Oblong format: 32 x 41.

50961
DANA, Richard Henry
TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST
$15.00 AUD

The Children's Press. London & Glasgow. 1959. 1959 impression, No. 7 in The Challenge for Boys and Girls series. 156 PP. Hard cover, pictorial front board. Ageing of paper and foxing. Note on front endpaper. Good. 18.7 x 12.2.

A portrait of life at sea during the great days of sail.

75479
DANA, Richard Henry
TWO YEARS BEFORE THE MAST
$5.00 AUD

Claremont Books. London. 1995. Paperback edition, in the Children's Classics series. 256 PP. Pictorial soft covers rubbed, light foxing, otherwise a good copy. 18 x 10.8. 9781854716385

A portrait of life at sea during the great days of sail.

37438
DARROCH, V. M.
POLLY WOODSIDE
$5.00 AUD

National Trust of Australia (Victoria). Melbourne. 1978. 1st Ed. 16 PP with 18 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover (Front cover: colour painting by Richard Linton. Rear cover: colour painting by Oswald Brett). Near fine. 30 x 21. 0909710228

The ship. The men. The Life. Trading. Waiting. Restoration.

37440
DARROCH, V. M.
POLLY WOODSIDE
$5.00 AUD

National Trust of Australia (Victoria). Melbourne. 1981. 3rd edition of the 1978 original. 16 PP with 1 plan and 18 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover (Front cover: colour painting by Richard Linton. Rear cover: colour painting by Oswald Brett). Fine. 30 x 21. 0909710228

The ship. The men. The Life. Trading. Waiting. Restoration.

19363
DARROCH, Vin
BARQUE POLLY WOODSIDE (Rona)
$20.00 AUD

Lowden Publishing. Kilmore, Vic. 1978. 1st Ed. XXIV, 141 PP plus 40 pages with 67 b/w illust. (plans, maps, photos). Hard cover, dust jacket. Signature of previous owner on half-title page. Light foxing on outside page edges, o/wise fine. 22 x 14. 0909706638

Her history: as a barque, as a windjammer, in port as a coal hulk and lastly, as a floating museum.

45181
DAY, David
COMING SOUTH - Australia's days of sail
$20.00 AUD

Australia Post. Canberra. 1998. 1st Ed. 40 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Special folder "The Romance of Sail" with 4 unused stamps loosely inserted. Pictorial laminated boards. Fine. 30.2 x 21.5. 0642281599

Early settlers: aborigines and Macassan. Explorers... Convict ships... Clipper ships.

52198
DE HARTOG, Jan
THE SAILING SHIP
$10.00 AUD

Paul Hamlyn. London. 1964. 1st Ed. No. 2 in the Odyssey Library series. 48 PP (including covers), with colour illust. by Peter Spier. FEP: 24 type of sailing vessels. REP: Sails and rigging plans of a full-rigged ship. Pictorial laminated boards. Note at top of page facing title page, o/wise very good. Small oblong: 10.8 x 16.8.

20176
DE LONG, Harriet Tracy
PACIFIC SCHOONER WAWONA
$20.00 AUD

Documentary Book Publishers Corporation. Bellevue, Wa., USA. 1985. 1st Ed. XVI, 158 PP with bw vintage photographs. Title spread: Wawona and tugboat. Pict. soft cover. Fine. 30.5 x 22.5. 0935503021

Largest three-masted schooner built in North America. Built in 1897 at Fairhaven, California. Lumber trade, cod fishing in Alaska... National Historic Site since 1970, preserved by Northwest Seaport, Seattle.

40520
DE MIERRE, H. C.
CLIPPER SHIPS TO OCEAN GREYHOUNDS
$20.00 AUD

Harold Starke. London. 1971. 1st Ed. IX, 320 PP with 36 b/w illustrations (drawings, facsimile of documents and photographs). Title spread: Clipper Ship. Eps: Map from Ushant to Fastnet. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Stamp of previous owner at top corner of half title page. Occasional foxing. Near fine. 23.5 x 17. 0287669866

Sailing with the Nourse Line, a first-hand account of life at sea in clipper ships at the turn of the century. Calls in Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney & Newcastle. The author's transfer to steam (greyhounds), coolie trade from India to Fiji or West Indies. Includes interesting drawings & etchings by the author.

16008
de QUENETAIN, Bertrand
LA VIE MARITIME A GRANVILLE et dans sa région au début du siècle
$20.00 AUD

Editions L'Ancre de Marine. St. Malo. 1986. 1st Ed. 70 PP with b/w illustrations. Title page: A Dundee under sail. Pictorial soft cover. Occasional foxing. Very good. French text. 29 x 21. 2905970057

Maritime life in Granville between Normandy and Brittany at the beginning of this century. Deep-sea fishing to Iceland/Newfoundland, as well as coastal fishing.

49261
DE RAVEL, Patrice & DE TOISY-DALLEM, Anne (editors)
CANOES & KAYAKS, la découverte d'un Nouveau Monde
$30.00 AUD

Musée National de la Marine. Paris. 2004. 1st Ed. 56 PP with 1 map, 12 b/w and 24 colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. French text. Fine. 21.5 x 21.5. 2901421199

Canoes and Kayaks.

72837
DOMVILLE-FIFE, Charles W. (editor)
THE SEAGOER - An Illustrated Quarterly of the Sea, Land and Air - Volume XVII, No. 1
$10.00 AUD

Seagoer Publishing Co. Ltd. Bristol. 1951. Volume XVII, No. 1 (Autumn 1951). 74 PP with 54 b/w and duotone photos. Pictorial soft cover has a rubbed patch on front. Very good. 19.7 x 13.5.

No.1: Bound for the East in "Tippoo Sahib", by Harry Hine. Hunting Sea Elephants in the Auckland Islands in 1889.

73575
DOMVILLE-FIFE, Charles W. (editor)
THE SEAGOER - An Illustrated Quarterly of the Sea, Land and Air - Volume XVII, No. 3
$10.00 AUD

Seagoer Publishing Co. Ltd. Bristol. 1952 Volume XVII, No. 3 (Spring 1952). No. 2: 74 PP with 36 b/w and duotone photos. No. 3: 74 PP with 47 b/w and duotone photos. Pictorial soft cover with remnants of book shop sticker. Very good. 19.7 x 13.5.

No. 3: Last of the last, barque Garthpool, by A. J. Pazolt. In the land of Not-Quite, the seaport of Darwin, by Geoff Waye. ...

56926
DOMVILLE-FIFE, Charles W. (editor)
SQUARE RIGGER DAYS - Autobiographies of Sail
$30.00 AUD

University of New South Wales Press. Sydney. 2007. Reprint of the 1938 original, with the introducion of the 1963 edition. Foreword by Robert D. Foulke. 239 PP with 88 b/w photos. Title spread: the American three-masted Barque Kaiulani. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 25.2 x 18.5. 9780868409115

Nineteen first-hand accounts by the men who served on deep-sea square-riggers. Amongst them: 3 by Capt. J. G. Bisset. 4, by Captain R. Barry O'Brien. 4 by Harry Hine. 2 by Captain W. W. Waddell & J. Anderson. ...

17870
DRUMMOND, M. & WILLOUGHBY, M.
LES GRANDS VOILIERS ECOLES
$15.00 AUD

E.M.O.M. Paris. 1976. 1st French Ed. 160 PP with b/w & colour illust. Fp: Tall ships gathering. Light foxing. Hard cover, dj. Some foxing. Very good. French text. Oblong: 27 x 36.

Official publication of the Sail Training Association: the past, the present (1976), the future. 39 tall ships are featured, of which 21 are full-page technical illustrations.

16224
DUDER, Tessa, THOMSON, Barry & HAWKINS, Clifford
SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE
$25.00 AUD

Century Hutchinson. Auckland. 1985. 1st Ed. 160 PP with b/w and colour photos. Fp: Spirit of Adventure. Eps: In the rigging. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 30.5 x 21.5.. 0091631300

Sail Training revival in New Zealand brings to fruition the Spirit of Adventure.

73069
DUDSZUS, Alfred & HENRIOT, Ernest
DICTIONARY OF SHIP TYPES - Ships, Boats and Rafts under Oar and Sail
$30.00 AUD

Conway Maritime Press. London. 1986. 1st English edition, translated from the 1983 German original "Das Schiffstypen Lexikon", by Keith Thomas. 252 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings, photos, plans), plus 32 pages with 53 colour plates. Fp: 3-masted barque under sail. FEP: Schooners. REP: Clippers. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Small dedicatory note on top inside front cover. Dust jacket has a few small repaired chips, o/wise contents fine. 30.5 x 24.5. 0851773605

69156
DUDSZUS, Alfred & KÖPCKE, Alfred
DAS GROSSE BUCH DER SCHIFFSTYPEN: Dampfschiffe, Motorschiffe, Meerestechnik
$25.00 AUD

Transpress Verlagsgesellschaft. Berlin. 1990. 1st edition. Volume 2. 320 PP with hundreds of b/w illustrations (drawings, sketches, plans, photos ...) and 60 colour plates. FEP: 21 sketches of paddle steamers. REP: 21 sketches of paddle boats. Cloth cover, dj. Fine (mint condition). German text. 30.5 x 24.7. 3344003747

69155
DUDSZUS, Alfred, HENRIOT, Ernest & KRUMREY, Friedrich
DAS GROSSE BUCH DER SCHIFFSTYPEN: Schiffe, Boote, Flösse unter Riemen und Segel
$25.00 AUD

Transpress Verlagsgesellschaft. Berlin. 1987. 1st edition. 252 PP with hundreds of b/w illustrations (drawings, sketches, plans, photos ...) and 53 colour plates. FEP: Schooners (I & II). REP: Clippers (I & II). Cloth cover, dj. Fine. German text. 30.5 x 24.7. 3613500582

68521
DURHAM, Dick
THE LAST SAILORMAN
$20.00 AUD

Terence Dalton Ltd. Lavenham, Suffolk. 1989. 1st Ed. VIII, 160 PP with 88 b/w photos. Fp: Bob Roberts aboard the smack "Stormy Petrel". Hard cover, dj. Spine of dust jacket lightly sunned, o/wise a fine copy. 23.2 x 18. 9780861380671

75083
DURHAM, Dick (editor)
AMAZING SAILING STORIES
$15.00 AUD

Ferhurst Books Ltd. Leamington Spa, UK. 2016. 1st paperback edition of the 2011 original. VII, 264 PP. Pictorial stiff covers. Fine (as new condition). 22.8 x 15.2. 9781909911505

60 true adventures from the high seas.

51692
DUVIARD, Dominique
GROIX L'ILE DES THONIERS. Chronique maritime d'une île bretonne 1840-1940
$70.00 AUD

Atelier Alpha Bleue. Paris. 1992. New edition of the 1978 original, limited to 2950 numbered copies (3451 to 6400). This copy: No. 4328. 406 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings, facsimile of documents, charts, maps & plans, and photos). Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Foxing spots on outside edges. French text. Near fine. 27.8 x 22.2. 2903707138

Fast fishing boats (Chasse-Marée). Working boats of bays and ports.

17924
DYSON, John
SPIRIT OF SAIL - CLIPPERS, WINDJAMMERS, AND TALL SHIPS
$15.00 AUD

David Bateman. Buderim. 1987. 1st Australian edition. Originally purblished in Canada by Key Porter Books. 176 PP, profusely illustrated with plans, b/w & colour photos. Eps. Hard cover, device in blind on front cover, dj. A little light foxing on prelims, o/wise near fine. 31.2 x 23.5. 0949135151

The call of the sea and the exaltation sailors experience as they brave wind and wave.

22801
EADDY, P. A.
SAILS BENEATH THE SOUTHERN CROSS
$20.00 AUD

A.H. & A.W. Reed. Wellington. 1954. 1st Ed. 196 PP, plus 16 pages with 21 b/w photos. Fp: The Iron Barque Manurewa. Hard covers, gilt title on a lightly sunned spine.. Photo "Manurewa under sail" tipped in on front endpaper. Some foxing, o/wise very good. Image shows title-page and frontispiece. 22.2 x 14.

The intercolonial trade between Australia, New Zealand and South Sea islands.

55953
EASTLAND, Jonathan
THE ROMANCE OF TALL SHIPS
$15.00 AUD

Grange Books. London. 1995. Reprint of the 1990 original. 96 PP with 2 sketch-plans, 8 b/w. and 105 colour photos. Fp: The British topsail schooner Sir Winston Churchill overtaken by the Russian ship Sedov. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Fine. 30.2 x 23. 1856278352

The legacy of the clipper ships era, rigs & rigging, sailing ship decoration, sail training ships of the world.

75516
EDWARDES, A.D.
LAST LINK WITH THE UNLUCKY "LOCHS" (in Walkabout Magazine, Vol 22, No.1, January, 1956)
$20.00 AUD

Australian National Publicity Association. Melbourne & Sydney. 1956. Edited by Charles H. Holmes. 48 PP with b/w with b/w photos throughout. Article from P. 29 to 32 with 5 b/w photos. Pictorial soft covers (Red-necked Avocet turning its eggs over). Format: 32 x 25.

Covers the Loch Torridon, Loch Ard, Loch Vennachar, Loch Nevis, Loch Tay, etc ...

74939
EDWARDS, Herbert W.
UNDER FOUR FLAGS
$35.00 AUD

Percival Marshall. London. 1954. 1st Ed. 223 PP plus 8 pages with 14 b/w photos. Fp: Steel-built three-masted barque at the end of the nineteenth century. Hard cover, chipped dust jacket is in a protective sleeve, o/wise contents are fine. 22.2 x 15.

Apprentice on the Norwegian square-rigger Solheim. Under the Red Ensign of the British Merchant Service, the Blue Ensign of the RNR and the White Ensign of the RN.

63300
EDWIN FOX RESTORATION SOCIETY
THE STORY OF THE EDWIN FOX
$10.00 AUD

Toneden Promotions. Picton, NZ. 1987. 2nd edition of the 1986 original. Preface by H. J. Stace. 31, (2) PP with b/w illustrations (artist impression by Phillip Carey at centerfold, 4 drawings and 11 photos). Errata page loosely inserted. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 21 x 14.7.

38485
EGAN PUBLISHING
TALL SHIPS
$5.00 AUD

Egan Publishing. Melbourne. 1992. 1st edition, Puffy Sticker Books. 12 PP with 9 colour illustrations and the puffy tall ships. Illustrated card cover, spiral bound. Front cover rubbed. Very good. 16 x 16. 0947272739

An oddity for children. Includes the Alma Doepel. Anna Kristina. Bluenose II... Sir Winston Churchill.

16306
EGLINTON, Edmund
THE LAST OF THE SAILING COASTERS - Reminiscences and observations of the days in the Severn trows, coasting ketches and schooners
$10.00 AUD

National Maritime Museum / HMSO. London. 1982. 1st Ed. VIII, 131 PP with 1 map, plus 16 pages with 20 b/w plates. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Slight ageing of paper, occasional foxing and an old tape mark on front endpaper, o/wise very good. 22.2 x 14.2. 0112903363

42986
EKSTRÖM, Kjell
SKEPPSPORTRÄTT
$20.00 AUD

Aland Sjöfarsts Museum. Mariehamn. 2001. 1st edition limited to 2000 copies, publication 15 of the Nordiska Akvarellmuseets. 88 PP with 3 photos (1 colour, 2 b/w), and 45 plates (1 b/w and 44 colour). Laminated pictorial boards. Fine. Swedish text. 21.5 x 21.3.

Exhibition held in December 2001 & January 2002, at the Nordiska Akvarellmuseet in Skärhamn, Sweden.

38027
ELLIOT, Robert S. & McNAIRN, Alan D.
REFLECTIONS OF AN ERA - Portraits of 19th century New Brunswick ships / REFLETS D'UNE EPOQUE - Portraits de navires du Nouveau-Brunswick au XIXè siecle
$25.00 AUD

The New Brunswick Museum. Saint John, Canada. 1987. 1st Ed. No pagination, 112 PP with 11 b/w illustrations and 40 colour plates. Pictorial card cover. Light crease on front cover. English and French text. Near fine. Oblong: 21.7 x 27.8. 0919326250

74438
ELLIS, Capt. Fred
ROUND CAPE HORN IN SAIL
$45.00 AUD

The Blue Book Company. South Croydon, Surrey. 1949. 1st Ed. VI, 312 PP. Cloth covers, spine sunned. Dedicatory note on FFEP. Contents near fine. 19 x 2.5.

First voyage as an apprentice on the barque "Oakhurst" from Barry Dock to Coquimbo, Chile: August 1890, and return.

56374
FENTON, Roy, & CLARKSON, John
SHIPS IN FOCUS RECORD 42
$25.00 AUD

Ships in Focus Publications. London. 2009. Issue Number 42, March 2009. 65-128 PP with 107 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.8 x 21. 9781901703887

Prince Line Mediterranean Ships, post 1945 (Part 2), by George Swaine. Nigerian National Shipping Line Ltd. (Part 2), by Andrew Huckett. Shell's former sailing ship Tankers, by Malcolm Cooper. W.N. Lindsay Ltd of Leith (Part 2), by Graeme Somner & Douglas J. Lindsay. Liberty Ships on charter to Britain (Part 1), by John de S. Winser.

41624
FERGUSSON, Bernard
CAPTAIN JOHN NIVEN
$10.00 AUD

Collins. London. 1972. 1st Ed. 127 PP. Title page: Sketch-map of New Zealand. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Occasional foxing, light musty smell, o/wise a good copy. 21.5 x 14. 0001921487

Biographical novel. Shipwrecked on Motu Uira, south of the South Island of New Zealand.

71730
FINGER, Jerry E. & DAWSON, Montague
CHARTER BANKSHARES, Inc. - 1995 Annual Report
$10.00 AUD

Charter Bankshares, Inc. Houston, Texas. 1996. Annual edition. 12 PP with 6 colour illustrations: Portrait of Jerry E. Finger, Chairman and 5 paintings by Montague Dawson. Pictorial soft covers. Fine. 30.5 x 22.2.

Charter's banking and financial services, in Houston, Texas.

52103
FLOWERS, Charles
THE TALL SHIPS, A SALUTE TO LIBERTY, JULY 4, 1986
$15.00 AUD

Vendome Press. New York. 1986. 1st Ed. Introduction by William F. Buckley. 128 PP with 14 b/w and 76 colour photos. Cloth cover, dj. Note on front endpaper, o/wise fine. 27.5 x 21.5. 086565073X

The official book of Operation Sail, 1986, for the 100th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty.

40230
FLOYD, Thomas B. (editor)
A NATION CELEBRATES - Australia Day, January 26, 1988
$10.00 AUD

Chevron Publishing Group. Sydney. 1988. 1st Ed. 160 PP with colour illustrations (15 paintigs & watercolours, and 245 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 28.2 x 21. 0959037853

The First Fleet Re-enactment Voyage. The Tall Ships... Fireworks.

33590
FORBES, Allan & EASTMAN, Ralph M.
OTHER YANKEE SHIP SAILING CARDS - Presenting more reproductions of the colourful cards announcing ship sailings to California and other Pacific ports in the days when the California Gold Rush led to the development of fast sailing clippers and able and courageous men to sail them
$15.00 AUD

State Street Trust Company. Boston, Mass., USA. 1949. 1st Ed. XII, 111 PP with 8 b/w illust. and 38 colour plates. Fp: House flags (in colour) carried by Donald McKay's clippers. Illustrated soft cover. Dedicatory handwritten note: "To Morris L. West and his boys .... from Alan Frazer of Boston - halfway around the world, Feb. 6, 1961". Faint foxing on outside edges, o/wise near fine. 22.8 x 15.2.

46058
FORBES, Allan, & EASTMAN, Ralph M.
YANKEE SHIP SAILING CARDS - Volume III
$20.00 AUD

State Street Trust Company. Boston, Mass., USA. 1952. 1st Ed. X, 100, (4) PP with 7 b/w and 40 colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Top edge of front cover lightly sunned, faint foxing spots on outside edges, o/wise near fine. 23 x 15.

This final volume on this subject presents some of the most attractive and unusual cards discovered in our research which seem appropriate to reproduce in connection with the stirring and romantic days of the Yankee Clippers.

43306
FOX, Uffa
THE BEAUTY OF SAIL
$150.00 AUD

Peter Davies. London. c. 1938. 1st edition. Preface by Frank W. Beken. 280 PP with 131 b/w plates (130 on full page), all photographs by Beken of Cowes. Title page: J Class K10. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Near fine. Rare. Image shows title-page. 27.9 x 21.8.

47105
FRASER, Rod
THE CHAMPION OF THE SEAS
$30.00 AUD

Pilgrim Printing Services. Melbourne. 1999. 1st Ed. 320 PP with facsimile of documents and newspaper entries, b/w illustrations (engravings, etchings and photos), plus 1 b/w and 3 colour plates. Inside front cover (in colour): Entrance of Port Phillip. Inside back cover (in colour): Lighthouse at Point Lonsdale. Pictorial soft covers with light wear. Dedicatory note signed by the author on title page. Very good. 24.8 x 17.5. 0957720203

The 2447 ton clipper Champion of the Seas carried around 5300 migrants during 15 voyages from Liverpool to Melbourne between 1854 and 1868. Selection of shipboard diaries, extracts from the Captain's Log, and full reprint of The Champion of the Seas Gazette, and The Champion of the Seas Times, printed on a weekly basis on board.

69475
FREEHAND, Julianna
A SEAFARING LEGACY - The Photographs, Diaries, Letters and Memorabilia of a Maine Sea Captain and His Wife 1859-1908
$15.00 AUD

Random House. New York. 1981. 1st edition. (12), 211 PP with b/w illustrations (letters, photos, sailing notices...). Title page: medallion portraits of Captain and his Wife. Hard cover, gilt title on cloth spine, dj. Ex Library copy with sellotape marks on covers, renewed endpapers and library stamps on half title page and verso of title page. Very good. Oblong: 22.2 x 28.5. 394517717

73140
GABY, Capt. James
MATE IN SAIL
$20.00 AUD

Antipodean Publishers. Sydney. 1974. 1st Ed. 287 PP with over 100 b/w & colour illustrations. Eps: Tall ships in the stream and alongside, Newcastle. Hard cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj (colour painting by John Eighteen). Faint foxing spots on top outside edge. Near fine. 26 x 19. 086944008X

The experiences of Capt. James Gaby from the day he signed on the Amokura in 1910.

73312
GABY, Capt. James
MATE IN SAIL
$25.00 AUD

Antipodean Publishers. Sydney. 1974. 1st Ed. 287 PP with over 100 b/w & colour illustrations. Eps: Tall ships in the stream and alongside, Newcastle. Hard cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj (colour painting by Dennis Adams). Dust jacket with small chips and in a protective sleeve. Few foxing spots on top outside edge. Contents near fine. 26 x 19. 086944008X

The experiences of Capt. James Gaby from the day he signed on the Amokura in 1910.

11605
GANN, Ernest
TWILIGHT FOR THE GODS
$5.00 AUD

Hodder & Stoughton. London. 1956. 1st Ed. 256 PP. Hard cover, gilt title on a sunned spine. Foxing spots on outside edges and few pages. Very good. Image shows title-page. 20.7 x 14.

Novel : 1927 voyage from Suva to Manzanillo of the barquentine Cannibal, forced call in Honolulu after the vessel shipped water leaving Suva.

39080
GARDINER, Robert & UNGER, Professor Richard W. (editors)
COGS, CARAVELS AND GALLEONS - The Sailing Ship 1000-1650
$80.00 AUD

Conway. London. 2000. Reprint of the 1994 original, in the "Conway's History of the Ship" series. 188 PP with b/w illust. Glossary terms (pages 181 to 185). Title spread: Mediterranean Round Ships, c.1450. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 30.2 x 25.2. 0851775608

Viking Boats, Cogs, Mediterranean Round Ship, Caravel and Galley, Coastal Shipping & Navigation, Guns and Gunnery, Ship Construction: tools and techniques...

67829
GARDNER, John
SAILING SHIPS PRIVATEERS: English "Golden Hind", 1579 - Dutch "De Vlissinger", 1782 - American "Prince de Neufchatel", 1814 - Swedish "Neptunus", 1714 - Danish "Mandal", 1808.
$15.00 AUD

Hempel's Marine Paints. London. c. 1980. 5 "Frameable" prints in colour by John Gardner. Fine. Oblong format: 28 x 42.

5 Privateers in the Age of Sail.

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.

10014
GIBBS, Jim
WEST COAST WINDJAMMERS - In Story and Pictures
$15.00 AUD

Bonanza Books. New York. c. 1970s. 1st Bonanza reprint of the 1968 original. 192 PP with 288 b/w illust. Fp: Five Masted Schooner Inca. Hard cover, cloth spine, dj . Small chip at top of dj, o/wise near fine. 27.3 x 21.2. 0517170604

The little wooden schooners or four-masters plying to or along the West Coast of America.

68043
GIBBS, Jim
WEST COAST WINDJAMMERS - In Story and Pictures
$20.00 AUD

Seattle. 1968. Superior Publishing. 1st Ed. 192 PP with 288 b/w illustrations. Fp: Five Masted Schooner "Inca". Cloth cover, dj (price-clipped). Light foxing on prelims, o/wise a very good clean copy. 27.2 x 21.2.

The little wooden schooners or four-masters plying to or along the West Coast of America.

32288
GIFFARD, Ann (editor)
TOWARDS QUEBEC - Two mid-19th century emigrants' journals
$10.00 AUD

H.M.S.O. London. 1981. 1st Ed., in the Recollections series published by the National Maritime Museum. VIII, 72 PP with facsimile of an advertisement and 2 maps, plus 16 pages with 30 b/w illust. Hard cover, dj. Spine of dust jacket lightly sunned. Occasional foxing. Near fine. 22.2 x 14.2. 0112903355

William Fulford on the barque Civility, Spring 1848. William Gliddon on the full-rigged ship Ocean Queen, spring 1855.

17733
GIGGAL, Kenneth & DE VRIES, Cornelis
GREAT CLASSIC SAILING SHIPS
$20.00 AUD

Chancellor Press. London. 1994. Reprint of the 1988 original. 128 PP with bw drawings and 40 colour paintings by C.de Vries. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Fine. Oblong: 27.5 x 28.5. 1851525696

40 of the world's most famous sailing ships. Detailed glossary explaining contemporary sailing terms.

41227
GIORGETTI, Franco
SAILS & SAILING - A Selection of Great Nautical Photographs from Mystic Seaport's Rosenfeld Collection
$30.00 AUD

Mystic Seaport. Mystic. 1999. 1st US edition, translated from the Italian original by David Steven Talbot. VIII, 178 PP with 79 b/w plates (4 of them folded) and 79 b/w photos for notes on plates. Title spread: Tender Vara and J-class Ranger of the Vanderbilt family. Hard cover, glt title on front cover and spine, dj. Fine. 34 x 24.2. 0913372889

67956
GIORGETTI, Franco
SAILING YACHTS (America's Cup 2007 updated edition)
$40.00 AUD

White Star. Vercelli, Italy. 2007. New extended and up-dated edition of the 2000 original, translated from the Italian original by Neil Frazer Davenport. 328 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, title in blind on front cover and spine, dj. Fine. 34 x 24.2. 9788854403277

33869
GLEASON, Madeleine Rowse
THE VOYAGES OF THE SHIP REVERE 1849-1883
$10.00 AUD

Glencannon Press. Palo Alto, Ca., USA. 1993. 1st Ed. No. 2 in the Pacific Maritime History series. XXV, 164 PP with 17 tables and 26 b/w illust. (charts, maps, engravings and facsimile of documents). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 22.8 x 14.8. 0963758624

39403
GLIKSMAN, Alain & DELECLUSE, Jacques
LA GRANDE FETE DE LA VOILE
$20.00 AUD

Editions Parkstone / Editions du Pen Duick. Bournemouth, U.K. / Paris. 1994. 1st Ed., with a preface by Eric Tabarly. 172 PP with b/w illustrations and colour photos by Gilles Klein. FEP: The port of Rouen, 19th century. REP: Rouen in 1620. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Fine. French text. 30.7 x 24.5. 1859950043

Gathering of tall ships in Rouen, at the time of the 50th anniversary of the D Day landing of June 1944.

74309
GOLDSMITH-CARTER, George
SPOTLIGHT ON SAILING SHIPS
$10.00 AUD

Paul Hamlyn / Sun Books. London. 1973. 1st Ed. 48 PP with 60 colour illustrations by Bill Robertshaw and Angus McBride. Pictorial laminated boards. Foxing spots on top outside edges. Near fine. 23.2 x 16. 0600380440

From ancient world to clippers and windjammers, of the 19th century.

17956
GOODMAN, John B. III.
THE GOLD RUSH, Voyage of the Ship LOO CHOO Around the Horn in 1849
$30.00 AUD

Cumming Press. Mount Pleasant, Mich. 1977. 1st limited ed. of 487 copies. XXXII, 61 PP. Cloth cover with gilt device on front. Near fine. 23.5 x 15.7.

The Loo Choo voyage to California, told through letters.

66063
GORCH FOCK
Segel Schulschiff "GORCH FOCK" SOUVENIR PLAQUE
$50.00 AUD

Marine-Schulschiff Hamburg. c. 1990. Souvenir plaque of the German Sail Training Association School Ship "Gorch Fock". Wooden base with engraved copper plate of the "Gorch Fock" under sail. Large colour photo of the Gorch Fock under sail included in the original cardboard protective box. Fine. Oblong - Wooden base: 29.7 x 40 / Copper plate: 19.8 x 29.7.

Commissioned 1954, by the German Navy.

19345
GOULD, Alan
THE MAN WHO STAYED BELOW
$5.00 AUD

Angus & Robertson. Sydney. 1984. 1st Ed. 201 PP. Illustrated end papers. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 22 x 14.5. 0207148910

A novel based on the voyage of a 16 year old apprentice on the wool clipper Emilia Denholm from Melbourne to London, via Cape Horn.

58244
GRAY, Philip J.
THE BARQUENTINE 'LA BELLA'
$15.00 AUD

Author & Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village Authority. Warrnambool, Vic. 1976. 1st Ed. (2), 18 PP with 12 b/w illustrations (sail plan at centrefold, 1 map, 1 facsimile of document, 2 drawings by author, photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 21 x 14.8.

30335
GREENHILL, Basil
THE LIFE AND DEATH OF THE MERCHANT SAILING SHIP 1815-1965
$5.00 AUD

HMSO. London. 1980. 1st Ed., Volume 7 in The Ship series edited by Basil Greenhill. 60 PP with 45 plates. FEP: 7 plans of Square rig. REP: 9 plans of Fore and Aft rig. Laminated pictorial boards. Fine. Oblong: 20.5 x 21.2. 0112903177

69426
GREENHILL, Basil
THE MERCHANT SCHOONERS, Volume I
$25.00 AUD

London. 1951. Percival Marshall. 1st Ed. Volume I: XVIII, (2), 244 PP with 3 tail pieces & 28 figures, plus 52 pages with 85 bw plates. Cloth covers worn, spine damaged, almost detached, and repaired. A little light foxing, however, contents complete and very clean. Sold as is. A good working copy. 23.5 x 16.

A survey of the history of the small fore and aft rigged merchant sailing ships of England and Wales in the years 1870-1940 with something of their previous history and subsequent fate.

74343
GREENHILL, Basil
THE MERCHANT SCHOONERS - Volume Two
$50.00 AUD

Percival Marshall. London. 1957. 1st Ed. XII, (2), 180 PP with 2 tail pieces, 9 figures in text, plus 3 folded plans & 40 pages with 63 bw photos. Cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket has a few chips and rubs and is in a protective sleeve. Near fine. Scarce. 23.5 x 16.

A survey of the history of the small fore and aft rigged merchant sailing ships of England and Wales in the years 1870-1940 with something of their previous history and subsequent fate.

16157
GREENHILL, Basil (editor)
THE EVOLUTION OF THE SAILING SHIP 1250-1580 - Keynote Studies from The Mariner's Mirror
$40.00 AUD

Conway. London. 1995. 1st Ed. 264 PP with 4 tables & 204 b/w illust. (drawings or photos of seals, stained or painted glass and paintings). Fp: Florentine ship at sea. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 22.3 x 14. 0851776558

Anthology on the evolution of the sailing ship through the Medieval and Renaissance period as observed from painted glass, seals, enluminures, models, ...

17975
GROBECKER, Kurt & NEUMANN, Peter
SEA CLOUD, Legend Unter Weissen Seglen
$25.00 AUD

Verlaghaus die Barque. Hamburg. 1986. 1st Ed. 160 PP with b/w & colour photos. FEP: Sail plan of S.Y. Sea Cloud ex Hussar. REP: General arrangement of S.Y. Sea Cloud ex Hussar. Cloth cover, dj. Fine. German text. 30.5 x 22.5. 3892421021

Launched in 1931 at Kiel as the Hussar. Yacht under US flag. WWII years as USS Sea Cloud. Floating funhouse when owned by the Dominican dictator Trujillo. Private yacht at US$20,000 a day.

51443
GRUBE, Frank, RICHTER, Gerhard, et al.
VOILIERS. L'aventure des grands voiliers des Clippers aux navires Ecoles
$30.00 AUD

EMOM / Editions Maritimes & d'Outre-Mer. Paris. 1977. 1st French edition of the 1976 German original. Edition adapted by Jean Randier. Preface by Alan Villiers. 292 PP with b/w and colour illustrations (plans, maps, engravings, paintings and photos) and in the annex: 22 portraits of the authors, 18 sketch plans of sailing ships, and glossary. Illustrated endpapers. Cloth cover, device on front cover, dj, illustrated slipcase. Dust jacket with 2 closed tears at top corner and top of spine. French text. Near fine. 35.2 x 27.5.

Lavish publication. Vessels described and illustrated include the three-masted Amiral Cécile, the clipper Lady Melville, the Herzogin Cecilie, Archibald Russell, the Pamir, Passat, ....

58431
GUISNEL, Jean, ... CADORET, Michèle ...
LA FOLIE DES VOILES (in Libération, Hors-Série Juillet-Aout 92)
$20.00 AUD

Libération & Le Chasse-Marée. Paris & Douarnenez. 1992. Special Issue July-August 1992. 100 PP with b/w and colour Illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. French text. Fine. 37.5 x 27.5.

Gathering of windjammers, wooden sailing craft... , Brest in 1992.

68195
HALEY, Neale
THE SCHOONER ERA: A Lost Epic in History
$15.00 AUD

A.S. Barnes. New York. 1972. 1st edition. 192 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings, sketches, paintings and photos). Cloth cover. Stamps of "University of Tasmania" on endpapers and title page and loan pocket on rear endpaper. Contents very good. 28.5 x 21.7. 0498077276

72969
HALL, Thomas
THE T.W. LAWSON - The fate of the world's only Seven-Masted Schooner
$70.00 AUD

The History Press. Charleston, S.C. 2006. 2006 edition of the 2005 History Press original. 153, (7) PP with b/w illustrations (maps, drawings, engravings, paintings, photos and portraits... ). Stiff covers, pictorial front. Fine. 24.5 x 17.2. 9781596292086

17856
HAMBLY, Peter
RACE UNDER SAIL
$10.00 AUD

Stanford Maritime. London. 1978. 1st Ed. 144 PP with 124 b/w photos, 2 maps & 1 plan in text. Hard cover, dj. Very good. Oblong: 20.4 x 26.5. 0540071730

The International Sail Training Races of 1976 combined a transatlantic race from Plymouth to Newport, Rhode Island via Tenerife and Bermuda. It coincided with the US Bicentennial celebrations and New York Parade of Sail.

22142
HANDY, Amy
THE GOLDEN AGE OF SAIL
$10.00 AUD

Todtri. New York. 1996. 1st Ed. 80 PP with 90 b/w & colour illust. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Foxing on first and last few pages, o/wise very good. 31.5 x 22.5. 1880908891

The magic of sail, the seafaring life, trade routes and merchantmen, the romance and terror of the sea: around Cape Horn, shipwrecks and storms at sea, great maritime battles. The arrival of the age of steam.

63156
HANSEN, Clas Broder & HANSEN, Hans Jürgen
SEGELSCHIFFE KURS HAMBURG - Sailing Ships Bound for Hamburg
$25.00 AUD

Urbes Verlag. München. 1989. 1st Ed. 112 PP with 4 illustrations (2 b/w and 2 colour), and 106 colour photos. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Name of previous owner at top of front endpaper. German and English text. Fine. 30.5 x 24. 3924896178

Some four hundred sailing ships from all over the world set course for Hamburg to take part in the eight hundred-year jubilee celebrations of the Port of Hamburg.

17842
HANSEN, Hans Jürgen & WUNDSHAMMER, Benno
WINDJAMMER PARADE
$20.00 AUD

Ian Allan. London. 1973. 1st UK Ed. 112 PP with b/w & colour photos throughout. Hard cover, dj. Very good. 34.5 x 25.5. 071100465X

Operation Sail, Kiel 1972, at the time of the Munich Olympic Games. The tall ship race from the Isle of Wight to Kiel. Excellent photography.

17858
HANSEN, Hans Jürgen & WUNDSHAMMER, Benno
LA PARADE DES GRANDS VOILIERS
$15.00 AUD

Arthaud. Paris. 1973. 1st French edition. Preface by Georges Aubin. 112 PP with b/w & colour photos of tall ships. Hard cover, spine faded. Foxing, o/wise very good. French text. 34 x 24.5. 379791830

The 1972 tall ship race from the Isle of Wight to Kiel, through the North Sea, the Skagerrak & the Baltic.

51785
HATCH, A. S.
JACK CORBETT MARINER
$10.00 AUD

The Quantuck Lane Press. New York. 2003. 1st Ed., with an afterword by Denny Hatch. 270 PP with 15 b/w illustrations. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 20.8 x 13.3. 0971454825

Relationship between A. S. Hatch, an American financier and Jack Corbett, an Irish seaman met on the Liverpool registered packet New World.

49236
HAWKINS, Clifford W.
LOG OF THE HUIA. A Record of the Schooner
$60.00 AUD

Leader Press. Auckland. 1947. 1st Ed. 85 PP with b/w illustrations (52 photos, 3 plans, 1 map & 11 flags or pennants flown), plus 2 folded plans (lines and sail plan). Title-page: Off Whangaparaoa. Marbled cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj (a little rubbed with a few small chips). A near fine copy of the scarce first edition. 21.5 x 14.

New Zealand topsail schooner which plied the Tasman and the Pacific for over 50 years.

71888
HAWKINS, Clifford W.
LOG OF THE HUIA
$45.00 AUD

Collins. Auckland. 1973. Revised, extended and redesigned from the 1947 original. 147 PP with b/w illustrations (photos, plans, maps & flags flown). Title-page: Off Whangaparaoa. Eps. Hard cover, dj. Spine of dust jacket sunned. Near fine. 26 x 19.5.

New Zealand topsail schooner which plied the Tasman and the Pacific for over 50 years (ending her days on the Komekame Reef, South-east of New Caledonia in 1951).

20224
HAWS, Duncan
SHIPS AND THE SEA - A Chronological Review
$20.00 AUD

Hart Davis, MacGibbon. London. 1976. 1st UK. Ed. 240 PP with b/w and colour illustrations by AB Nordbok. Illustrated endpapers. Illustrated hard cover, dj (lightly rubbed). Otherwise fine. 30 x 27. 0246109181

Splendid story of ships and the sea, from their humble beginnings to their present-day significance.

30689
HAWS, Duncan
SHIPS AND THE SEA - A Chronological Review
$15.00 AUD

Chancellor Press. London. 1985. Reprint of the 1976 UK original. 240 PP with b/w and colour illustrations by AB Nordbok. Illustrated hard cover, dj. Fine. 30 x 27. 0907486924

Splendid story of ships and the sea, from their humble beginnings to their present-day significance.

33749
HAWS, Duncan
SHIPS AND THE SEA - A Chronological Review
$15.00 AUD

Hart Davis, MacGibbon. London. 1976. 1st UK. Ed. 240 PP with b/w and colour illustrations by AB Nordbok. Illustrated endpapers. Hard cover, device on front cover. Near fine. 30 x 27. 0246109181

Story of ships and sea: from humble beginnings to their present-day significance.

17938
HAY, Mary
I SAW A SHIP A'SAILING
$15.00 AUD

HMSO & National Maritime Museum. London. 1981. 1st edition with a foreword by Doris M. Hay and a preface by John Crowder. X, 102 PP, plus 16 pages with 24 b/w photos of life on a windjammer. Hard cover, dj. Faint foxing on outside edges. Near fine. 22.2 x 14. 0112903401

Story of the Ladye Doris, a three-masted windjammer, which plied the Cape Horn route to the Pacific & Australia at the turn of the 20th Century.

62561
HEARD, J.
Windjammer: Barque MARY BIBBY (colour print)
$10.00 AUD

Mobil Oil Corporation. New York. c. 1970. Print on art paper of a colour painting by J. Heard. Near fine. Oblong format: 35.5 x 51.

21289
HEINE, William C.
HISTORIC SHIPS OF THE WORLD
$5.00 AUD

Rigby. Adelaide. 1977. 1st Australian edition. 156 PP with 105 b/w illustrations & 15 colour photos. Hard cover, dj. Near fine. 24 x 23. 0727003399

A review of 22 historic ships, restored & preserved as monuments to men who braved the sea. History, career, actual appearance.

38122
HENDERSON, Graeme (editor)
LEEUWIN - A Maritime Heritage
$15.00 AUD

Western Australian Museum. Perth. 1987. 1st Ed. Foreword by Paul Hasluck. (2), 40, (2) PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. Oblong: 21 x 23. 0730914658

Sail Training Ship of West Australia.

75005
HIBBERD, Isaac Norris
SIXTEEN TIMES ROUND CAPE HORN: The Reminiscences of Captain Iaac Norris Hiberd
$25.00 AUD

Mystic Seaport Museum, Inc. Mystic, Ct. 1980. 1st Ed. Foreword by Frederick H. Hibberd. (8), 44 PP with 7 b/w illustrations (facsimile of 1 page of log book of the "Cyrus Wakefield", 2 photos and 4 paintings). Inside covers, part of the H.O. chart "Cape Horn to the Magellan Strait". Card cover, illustrated front with "Horn Island". Fine. 27.8 x 21.5. 0913372153

67460
HIGGINS, Colin
HALCIONE - OUTWARD BOUND
$10.00 AUD

Auckland. c. 1990. 2 colour prints of originals by Colin Higgins (details tipped-in on the verso). Fine. Oblong: 30.5 x 21.5.

Iron Barque "Halcione" alongside. Barquentine "Outward Bound", operated as a mission ship by the Melanesian Mission Society.

51969
HMSO
SAILING SHIPS 1400 B.C. to 1860 A.D.
$20.00 AUD

Science Museum / HMSO. London. 1978. 1st Ed. No. 1 in the Science Museum Picture Packs series. Pack contained in a clear plastic envelope with: 2 covers and 12 plates with 1 drawing each. Inside covers: Details of the 12 ships. Soft cover. Fine. Oblong: 24 x 37.

12 Sailing ships: Egyptian Ship, c.1480 B.C.... Viking Ship, c.900 A.D... Elizabethan Galleon, c.1600. .. Clipper Ship c.1865.

20240
HOBBS, Edward W.
SAILING SHIPS AT A GLANCE, A pictorial record of the evolution of the sailing ship from the earliest times until to-day
$20.00 AUD

The Architectural Press. London. 1925. 1st Ed. No. 4 in the "At a Glance" series. XVIII, 114 PP with 150 b/w illustrations. Cloth covers a little soiled, o/wise contents near fine. 21.5 x 14.5.

62560
HOERTZ, Frederick J.
Windjammer: DOCTOR LYKES (colour print)
$10.00 AUD

Mobil Oil Corporation. New York. c. 1970. Print on art paper of a colour painting by Frederick J. Hoertz. Near fine. Oblong format: 35.5 x 51.

72819
HOLLETT, Dave
FROM CUMBERLAND TO CAPE HORN - The Complete History of the Sailing Fleet of Thomas & John Brocklebank of Whitehaven and Liverpool - "The World's Oldest Shipping Company"
$55.00 AUD

Fairplay Publications. London. 1984. 1st Ed. 204 PP with 3 Family trees, 4 Fleet Lists, tables & b/w illustrations. Pictorial laminated boards. Occasional faint foxing, o/wise a fine copy. 25 x 18.5. 0905045629

Sub-title continues: and the early history of their associated Company, Robert & Henry Jeffersons of Whitehaven, plantation owners, Merchants and Shipowners, Established 1734.

17964
HOLLINS, Holly
THE TALL SHIPS ARE SAILING
$20.00 AUD

David & Charles. London. 1982. 1st Ed. 192 PP with b/w illust. throughout. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Faint foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. 25 x 17.5. 0715380281

History of the Cutty Sark tall ship races of 1980. Race 1: Kiel to Frederikshavn to Amsterdam.

43821
HOLM-PETERSEN, F.
MARITIME MINDER FRA FANO
$10.00 AUD

Host & Son. Copenhagen. 1980. 1st Ed. 48 PP with 2 maps and 67 b/w photos. Title page: The port of Nordby on the island of Fano in the 1890s. Pictorial soft cover. Danish text with captions of illustrations in Danish and German. Near fine. Oblong: 21 x 22.5. 8714280639

43822
HOLM-PETERSEN, F.
MARITIME MINDER FRA MARSTAL OG AEROSKOBING
$10.00 AUD

Host & Son. Copenhagen. 1979. 1st Ed. 60 PP with 78 b/w photos. Title page: 3 masts topsail schooner Nordstjernen at Marstal. Pictorial soft cover. Danish text with captions of illustrations in Danish and German. Near fine. Oblong: 21 x 22.5. 8714279622

43823
HOLM-PETERSEN, F.
MARITIME MINDER FRA LIMFJORDEN
$10.00 AUD

Host & Son. Copenhagen. 1982. 1st Ed. 48 PP with 61 b/w photos. Title page: The harbour of Thisted. Pictorial soft cover. Danish text with captions of illustrations in Danish, English and German. Near fine. Oblong: 21 x 22.5. 8714282658

43824
HOLM-PETERSEN, F.
MARITIME MINDER FRA GRONLANDSFARTEN
$10.00 AUD

Host & Son. Copenhagen. 1981. 1st Ed. 48 PP with 65 b/w photos. Title page: The brig Hvalfisken's figurehead. Pictorial soft cover. Danish text with captions of illustrations in Danish, English and German. Near fine. Oblong:21 x 22.5. 8714281651

47361
HOLM-PETERSEN, F.
UNDER SEJL I FJERNOSTLIGE FARVANDE. Sejlkibsfladen fra Abenra, Harderslev, Sonderborg samt Flensburg, Eckernforde, Kiel og Heilingenhafen, der i tiden ca. 1845 til ca. 1890 besejlde Kina-kysten og sydostasiatiske farvande, Sydafrika samt oerne i det
$50.00 AUD

Egon Heinemann. Norderstedt. 1975. 1st Ed. 200 PP with 8 colour plates on full page and 102 b/w illustrations. Fp: Sonderjydsk bark braser bak for lods ved Dragor. Pictorial laminated boards. Dedicatory note on front endpaper. Near fine. Danish text. Oblong: 21.7 x 30.

Sailing ships registered in Aabenra, Haderslev..., Denmark in the Far East.

47720
HOLMES, Captain J. W.
FIFTY YEARS ON THE SEVEN SEAS IN SAIL (in The Sydney Mail )
$40.00 AUD

John Fairfax & Sons. Sydney. 1937. No. 1320, Vol. LI, issued 14th July 1937. 52 PP. Contains article (first of 3 instalments) on pages 5, 10-11, and 28 with b/w illustrations. Pictorial wrappers with a few chips or nicks showing a colour painting: "with the sextant". Light foxing, staples rusty, o/wise contents near fine. Large format: 40 x 29.

Other article : Singapore's Great Airport and Sydney's Flying-Boat Base.

17850
HURST, A.A.
THE MUSIC OF FIVE OCEANS
$15.00 AUD

Hennel Locke. London. 1960. 1st UK Ed. 160 PP, plus 14 pages with 23 b/w photos. Fp: a contrast in school-ships. Hard cover, dj. Few foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. 22 x 15.2.

Some of the epic voyages under sail. Also, sea-lore, mythology, superstition and curious experiences.

17939
HURST, A.A.
THE SAILING SCHOOL-SHIPS
$5.00 AUD

Hennel Locke. London. 1962. 1st Ed. 64 PP with 1 table and 2 maps, plus 8 pages with 15 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. Small format: 18.5 x 12.3.

History of the first school-ship races held in 1956 (Torbay-Lisbon), 1958 (Brest-Las Palma) & 1960 (Oslo-Ostend & Cannes-Naples).

45600
HURST, A.A.
THE MUSIC OF FIVE OCEANS
$10.00 AUD

Hennel Locke. London. 1960. 1st UK Ed. 160 PP, plus 14 pages with 23 b/w photos. Fp: a contrast in school-ships. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Few foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. 22 x 15.2.

Some of the epic voyages under sail. Also, sea-lore, mythology, superstition and curious experiences.

68552
HURST, Alexander A. (editor)
THE MEDLEY OF MAST AND SAIL II - A Camera Record
$100.00 AUD

Teredo Books. Brighton, UK. 1981. 1st Ed. XXI, 473 PP with 523 b/w photos & maps. Fp: French schooner "Bretonne" and ketch "Vigilant" ready to sail. FEP: The "C.B. Petersen". REP: "Moshulu". Cloth cover, gilt decoration on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket is a littled rubbed/chipped around edges, else a fine copy of a scarce item. 24.8 x 19.5. 0903662076

Pictorial voyage through various types of sailing ships: exotic (prahu or moliciero), to coastal or inter-colonial traders, to tall ships.

20656
IGGULDEN, D. & CLARKE, M.
SAILING HOME - A Pictorial Record of the First Fleet Re-Enactment Voyage
$5.00 AUD

Angus & Robertson. Sydney. 1988. 1st Ed. VIII, 120 PP with colour photos. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 25 x 25. 0207159653

44186
ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS [THE]
THE STATE VISIT OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC - No. 6298, Volume 236 -16th April 1960
$15.00 AUD

The Illustrated London News and Sketch Limited. London. 1960. P625-672. Contains article by Arthur Bryant from P. 633 to 649 with 34 b/w illustrations. Stapled soft covers (crossed flags of France and the United Kingdom in colour). Near fine. 36.5 x 25.8.

The state visit of President De Gaulle, April 5-8 1960.

34830
JAN JASKI, Christiaan
MET DE KINDERDIJK NAAR JAVA 1884/1886
$10.00 AUD

De Bataafsche Leeuw. Dieren, Netherlands. 1983. 1st Ed. 58 PP with 19 illust. (2 facsimile of documents and 17 b/w photos). Hard cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. Fine. Dutch text. 21.3 x 14.8. 906707005X

71519
JEAN, John
JERSEY SAILING SHIPS
$20.00 AUD

Phillimore. Chichester. 1982. 1st Ed. XIV, 178 PP plus 4 pages with b/w & colour illust. Fp: Types of sailing ship. Hard cover with dust jacket. Fine. 25 x 17.5. 0850334640

List of 2000 Jersey ships dating from 1537 to the early 1900's with details of the ships, the captains and their families.

69004
JOHNSON, Captain & Mrs. Irving
SAILING TO SEE, Picture Cruise in the Schooner Yankee
$100.00 AUD

W.W. Norton. New York. 1939. 1st Ed. 224 with b/w illustrations: 2 sketch plans of "Yankee", 5 maps & 346 photos (34 of them traditional craft: outriggers, canoes, makassars, cutters, Chinese junks ...). Fp: Ghosting. Blue cloth covers, decoration on front cover, title on front cover and spine. Covers a little sorn/frayed at corners, front endpaper with name of a previous owner blocked out, stamp in blind of another owner, and signed by Irving Johnson. Slight ageing of paper, otherwise a very good clean copy. Scarce. 26 x 19.5.

A pictorial world cruise of Yankee with calls at Galapagos, Pitcairn & Henderson, Wallis, New Hebrides, Solomons ..

75528
JOHNSON, Irving & Electa
YANKEE'S WANDER WORLD - Circling the Globe in the brigantine "Yankee"
$45.00 AUD

Robert Hale. London. 1956. 1st UK edition. IX, 10-278, (2) PP with 1 map on double page (& inset) "Brigantine Yankee World Cruise", 2 sketches and 3 plans, plus 60 pages with 58 b/w photos. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket in a protective sleeve. Occasional foxing spots, offsetting of endpapers, otherwise near fine. 22.3 x 14.5.

4th World Cruise. Sailing from Gloucester 2nd November 1947 ... 40.000 miles to encompass the world and return 1st of May 1949.

75527
JOHNSON, Irving & Electa, & EDES, Lydia
YANKEE'S PEOPLE AND PLACES
$70.00 AUD

Robert Hale. London. 1956. 1st UK edition. 332, (2) PP with 2 maps: "Galapagos" & "New Hebrides to Cocos Keeling Islands", and 2 pages with plans and sketches, plus 1 map on double page "6th World voyage - Brigantine 'Yankee' - 1953-1955" and 32 pages with 45 b/w photos. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket in a protective sleeve. Occasional foxing spots, otherwise near fine. 22.3 x 14.5.

Chronicle of the 6th world cruise:

70809
JONES, Tristan
A STEADY TRADE - A Boyhood at Sea
$20.00 AUD

The Bodley Head. London. 1982. 1st Ed. 255 PP. Hard cover, gilt title on spine. dj (price-clipped). Faint foxing spots on outside edges. Fine. 22.2 x 14. 0370304721

Sailing the Channel and North Sea on the coastal sailing ketch "Second Apprentice"...

74091
JONES, W. H. S.
ALL HANDS ALOFT!
$50.00 AUD

Jarrolds. London. 1969. 1st Ed. 255 PP with 1 plan of the sails of a three-masted barque, plus 8 pages with 14 b/w photos. Eps: Map showing the course of the barque "Caithness-Shire". Cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket slightly frayed at head of spine and in a protective sleeve. Short dedicatory note on half-title page and faint stamp of previous owner on front endpaper and the outside edges. Contents near fine. 21.7 x 14.5. 0090981006

A voyage under sail from Port Talbot to the Santa Islands off Peru, up to the stranding on Watling Island, Bahamas.

32477
JOURDAIN, Commandant P.
ANCIENT TAHITIAN CANOES
$15.00 AUD

Société des Océanistes. Paris. 1970. 1st English edition of Pirogues Anciennes de Tahiti, translated by Nancy G. Snepp. Dossier No. 4 in Société des Océanistres series. 32 PP with 26 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Staples rusty, o/wise very good. 19 x 14.

71665
KAHRE, Georg
THE LAST TALL SHIPS, Gustaf Erikson and the Aland Sailing Fleets 1872-1947
$35.00 AUD

Bay Books. Sydney. 1978. 1st Australian edition of the 1948 Swedish original. Edited by Basil Greenhill. 208 PP with 202 b/w illustrations. Fp: 4-masted barque Viking under sail. Hard cover, dj. Dust jacket lightly sunned around spine. Light foxing on prelims, o/wise a near fine copy of a scarce title. 26 x 21. 0858352818

43834
KARLSSON, Börje (editor)
SJÖHISTORISK ARSSKRIFT FÖR ALAND 1992-93
$40.00 AUD

Alands Nautical Club / Stiftelsen Alands Sjöfartsmuseum. Mariehamn, Aland. 1993. 1st Ed. 182, (8 advertisements) PP with b/w illustrations (maps, sketches and photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. Swedish text (English summary for each paper). 24 x 17.5.

18 papers. Diary of the Aland Captain, Nikolaï Törnkvist on board the barque Lima. British operation at Brahestad during the Crimean War in 1854... Shipwrecks of Aland ships on the island of Gotland... Wreck of the iron barque Aland on the reef of New Caledonia, aftermath... Voyage of the barque rigged Winterhude, Thames to Port Lincoln the Port Broughton...

71471
KEMP, Peter & ORMOND, Richard
THE GREAT AGE OF SAIL - Maritime Art and Photography
$40.00 AUD

Phaidon. Oxford. 1986. 1st Ed. 127 PP with 136 b/w illustrations, plus 64 pages with 65 colour plates. Fp: The Hindostan (a fleet of Indiamen at sea). Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Small rubbed patch on gutter of front endpaper, o/wise a near fine copy. 29 x 24.4. 0714824232

A history of the sailing ship illustrated by art and photography from the Picture Collections of the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.

69234
KERR, Garry
THE TASMANIAN TRADING KETCH - An Illustrated Oral History
$45.00 AUD

Main'sl Books. Portland, Victoria. 1987. 1st Ed. (4), 179 PP with 15 plans (hull, sail, construction) and many b/w photos (most full-page). Fp: "Evaleeta" under sail. Eps: Map of Tasmania and an inset of S.E. Tasmania. Hard cover, dj. Note to previous owner at top of title page. Spine of dust jacket slightly sunned, o/wise near fine. 24.5 x 18.5. 0731608879

Development and evolution of Tasmania's trading craft (construction, sailing and handling techniques, living conditions).

68783
KERR, Garry J. (editor)
AUSTRALIAN and NEW ZEALAND SAIL TRADERS
$40.00 AUD

Lynton Publications. Blackwood S.A. 1974. 1st Ed. 144 PP with 5 plans and 102 b/w photos. FEP: Sail plan of a 3 masted schooner. REP: Line drawings of Irazu. Illustrated hard cover. Fine. Scarce. 25 x 18.5. 0869461362

Pearling fleet of W.A., S.A. sail traders, whiting boats of Spencer Gulf, N.Z. scow, sailing traders of Southern Tasmania, Auckland mullet boats, Queenscliff couta boats, cray boats...

11637
KING, Jonathan
THE RETURN OF THE FIRST FLEET
$5.00 AUD

Fairfax Magazine / Robertsbridge. Sydney. 1987. 1st Ed. 128 PP profusely illustrated in colour. Pict. soft cover. Very good. 27.5 x 20.

First part of the First Fleet re-enactment, from Portsmouth to Capetown. Official souvenir edition.

48175
KLOSTER, Knut Utstein
DEN NORSKE STORMAKT. Var Skipsfart Gjennom Tusen Ar
$15.00 AUD

Gyldendal Norsk Forlag. Oslo. 1946. 1st Ed. 206 PP with 1 rigging plan, 1 sails plan, 11 drawings (types of sailing ships), 6 maps, and 50 b/w illustrations. Hard cover (sunned), device on front. Slight ageing of paper. Signature on bottom of title-page. Very good. Norwegian text. 23.2. x 18.5. 8209012606

14436
KNIGHT, Frank
THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE GALLEON
$15.00 AUD

Collins. London. 1976. 1st Ed. 96 PP with b/w illustrations, plus 5 plates in colour (1 on full page and 4 on double page). Hard covers, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket with small chip at front cover. Foxing spots on top outside edge, o/wise a very good clean copy. 24 x 16. 0001952900

Elizabethan maritime life: the English galleons, Drake & Queen Elizabeth.

50583
KNIGHT, Frank
THE CLIPPER SHIP
$15.00 AUD

Collins. London. 1973. 1st Ed. 96 PP with b/w illust. plus 9 colour plates (6 on full page and 3 on double page). Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Near fine. 24 x 16. 001921479

18524
KNOX-JOHNSTON, Robin
CAPE HORN, A Maritime History
$20.00 AUD

Hodder & Stoughton. London. 1995. 1st Ed. 240 PP with 2 maps in text. Hard cover, dj. Foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. 24 x 15.6. 0340415274

Cape Horn: the most feared of all the world's capes. The age of discovery (Magellan, Schooten & Lemaitre from the City of Horn,...), age of exploration with scientists like Darwin, ... the windjammers... up to the age of the racing yachts.

58599
KNOX-JOHNSTON, Robin
THE TWILIGHT OF SAIL
$20.00 AUD

G. P. Putnam's Sons. New York. 1979. 1st US edition. 192 PP, with 120 b/w photos. Title spread: Furling the fore course in a storm aboard the Garthsnaid. FEP: The barque King Malcolm in dry dock at Montevideo, 1896. REP: Bristol docks in the nineteenth century. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. A near fine copy. 25.5 x 19. 0399123075

A celebration in pictures of the full-rigged ocean flyers of the latter half of the 19th century.

67257
KNOX-JOHNSTON, Robin
THE TWILIGHT OF SAIL
$15.00 AUD

Sidgwick & Jackson / Hutchinson of Australia. London / Melbourne. 1978. 1st Ed. 192 PP, with 120 b/w photos. Title spread: Furling the fore course in a storm aboard the Garthsnaid. FEP: The barque King Malcolm in dry dock at Montevideo, 1896. REP: Bristol docks in the nineteenth century. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 25.5 x 19. 0091353009

A celebration in pictures of the full-rigged ocean flyers of the latter half of the 19th century.

75453
LANCE, Kate
ALAN VILLIERS: Voyager of the Winds
$40.00 AUD

University of New South Wales Press. Sydney. 2009. 1st Australian edition. Foreword by Sir Robin Knox-Johnston. XII, 307 PP with 4 graphs, plus 24 pages with 63 b/w photos. Hard cover. Fine. 24 x 16.5. 9781742230191

Biography of this prolific author and seafarer.

74341
LARGE, Captain Vincent & JACKSON, Desmond
WINDJAMMER 'PRENTICE
$30.00 AUD

Jarrolds. London. 1971 1st Ed. Foreword by Commander Alan Villiers. 208 PP with 1 sail plan of a barque plus 8 pages with 17 b/w photos. Eps: Track of the two voyages on the "Shakespeare". Hard cover, dj. Few foxing spots on outside edges. A near fine copy. 22.2 x 14. 0091086205

Life on the full-rigged barque "Shakespeare" of an indentured apprentice who went to sea at 15 years of age. The author migrated to Tasmania in 1960.

52878
LAVERY, Brian
SHIP - 5,000 Years of Maritime Adventure
$30.00 AUD

Dorling Kindersley / National Maritime Museum. London. 2004. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Rear Admiral Roy Clare. 400 PP with thousands of b/w and colour illustrations. Title spread: Stern/propellers of a liner in graving dock. Eps: Shipping water on Abeille Languedoc in rough seas. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Near fine. Large format: 30.5 x 26. 1405305894

The birth of ships. Sailors of the seas. European expansion ... The world wars. The global age. A most comprehensive publication and a mine of information.

62548
LAWRENCE, John
INTERNATIONAL PAINT- CALENDAR 1988
$10.00 AUD

International Paint. London. 1987. 1988 Calendar with 13 "Frameable" (29 x 24.5) watercolours by John Lawrence. Illustrated front cover. Fine. Large format: 41.5 x 29.8.

32055
LAYTON, Thomas N.
THE VOYAGE OF THE FROLIC - New England Merchants and the Opium Trade
$20.00 AUD

Stanford University Press. Stanford. 1997. 1st Ed. XVI, (2), 227 PP with 39 figures (2 maps, facsimile of documents, drawings and photos). Title spread: Frolic under sail. Cloth cover, dj. Faint foxing, o/wise fine. 23.5 x 15.5. 0804729093

Custom-built Baltimore clipper for the Opium trade between Bombay and China. Wrecked with Chinese goods, on the Mendocino coast, North of San Francisco, in the early years of the Gold Rush.

17884
LEAVITT, John F.
WAKE OF THE COASTERS
$20.00 AUD

Marine Historical Association / Wesleyan University Press. Middletown, Conn. 1970. 1st Ed. XVIII, 202 PP with 104 illust. (line drawings, photos & sketches). Title page, drawings of the Sarah Elizabeth. Hard cover, gilt title on spine. Foxing spots on outside edges, o/wise a near fine copy. Image shows the title-page. Oblong: 18.5 x 25.8. 0819540242

Recollections of men, vessels & ports on the coast of Maine. Droghers, boxboarders, packets, scows ...

74070
LEFEVRE, Capitaine Lucien
HISTOIRE DE LA VOILE
$100.00 AUD

Capitaine Lefèvre / Imprimerie Nouvelle. Nouméa. 1955. 1st Ed., with a preface by Capitaine L. Lacroix. No pagination, 80 PP with 8 b/w illustrations (portrait of M. Prentout, shipowner of France II, and 7 photos of windjammers / cape horners). Stiff covers, illustrated front. Staples removed. Back cover reinforced and the last 8 pages with repairs and the first word of 19 lines handwritten where print is missing. Front cover soiled and with foxing spots. Still a very good copy of a rare book. French text. 21.2 x 13.8.

5 Informal Talks/Papers presented in 1949 (4: 02/03, 10/04, 15/10 & 15/12) and 1950 (1: 01/02) at the Institut Français d'Océanie. Capitaine Lefèvre was one of the last Cape Horners.

17877
LIBERMAN, Cy and Pat
THE MYSTIQUE OF TALL SHIPS
$15.00 AUD

Galahad Books. New York. 1989. Reprint of the 1986 original. 191 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Foxing spots on outside edges and endpapers, o/wise very good. 27.8 x 21.5. 0883657473

History of sail, from prehistoric times through the whaling era to the present. Tales of tall ships & their exploits. Intriguing details of shipboard life then & now.

20373
LIBERMAN, Cy and Pat
TALL SHIPS 1986
$5.00 AUD

The Middle Atlantic Press. Wilmington, Delaware. 1986. 1st Ed. 63 PP with 15 sketch-plans, 1 b/w & 33 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 28 x 21.5. 0912608293

74418
LIBERMAN, Cy and Pat
THE MYSTIQUE OF TALL SHIPS
$20.00 AUD

The Middle Atlantic Press. Wilmington, Delaware. 1986. 1st US edition. 191 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Hard covers, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. Remainder mark on lower outside edge. Near fine. 28.7 x 22. 0912608285

History of sail, from prehistoric times through the whaling era to the present. Tales of tall ships & their exploits. Intriguing details of shipboard life then & now.

20792
LIND, Lew
FAIR WINDS TO AUSTRALIA - 200 Years of Sail on the Australia Station
$10.00 AUD

Reed Books. Sydney. 1988. 1st Ed. 208 PP with b/w illustrations, plus 8 pages with 11 colour photos. FEP: Sailing ships at anchor. Hard cover, dj. Occasional foxing, o/wise fine. 29.3 x 22. 0730102165

Details & histories of some of the sailing ships which arrived in Australia over the past 200 years.

64693
LOCKETT, Alan
NORTH WESTERN SAIL
$10.00 AUD

Countryside Publications. Chorley, Lancashire. 1978. 1st Ed. 56 PP with b/w illustrations (1 map, 1 plan, 3 facsimile of documents, 8 paintings and 100 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Short closed tear on front cover, o/wise fine. Oblong: 21 x 29. 0861570022

69430
LOCKETT, Alan
NORTH WESTERN SHIPS AND SEAMEN
$20.00 AUD

Preston, UK. 1982. Editorial Workshop Ltd. 1st Ed. 88 PP with b/w illustrations (including a sketch map, engravings and photos). Soft cover, pictorial front. Fine. 21 x 15. 094613300X

48304
LONEY, J. K.
TALL SHIPS AND SAILORMEN - A Concise Survey of Victoria's Early Maritime History
$5.00 AUD

J. K. Loney / Marine History Publication. Geelong. c. 1978. 1st Ed. (2), 99, (4) PP with 3 head pieces, 3 maps, plus 40 pages with 54 b/w plates. Pictorial soft cover (wreck of a windjammer). Covers with slight insect damage, ageing of paper, o/wise very good. 22 x 17.8. 0909244022

37533
LONEY, Jack
TALL SHIPS AND SAILORMEN - A Concise Survey of Victoria's Early Maritime History
$5.00 AUD

Marine History Publication. Geelong. c. 1975. 2nd edition. 100 PP with 2 head pieces, 3 maps, plus 40 pages with 54 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover (wreck of a windjammer). Near fine. 21.8 x 17.8. 0909244022

41459
LONEY, Jack
TALL SHIPS AND SAILORMEN - A Concise Survey of Victoria's Early Maritime History
$10.00 AUD

Marine History Publication. Geelong. c. 1980. 3rd Ed. 60 PP, plus 8 pages with 17 b/w illustrations. Pictorial card covers a little foxed. Wreck of a windjammer on covers. Inscription on inside front cover, o/wise very good. 27.5 x 21.4. 0909244022

43290
LONEY, Jack & STONE, Peter
THE AUSTRALIA RUN - Volume 6 in Australian Shipwrecks
$45.00 AUD

Marine History Publications. Benalla, Vic. 2000. 1st Ed, Volume 6, in Australian Shipwrecks series. (10), 318, (32 indexes) PP with 1 graph, 20 maps & location maps, and over 106 b/w illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 24.8 x 18.5. 9780909191535

Ships lost in the run between Great Britain and Australia.

15401
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE LAST OF THE WINDJAMMERS - VOLUME II
$50.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1976. Reprint of 1st Ed. (1929). XV, 448 PP plus 174 pages of illust., 17 pages of plans. Eps: Charts. Fp: Hougomont. Orig. cloth cover, gilt title on spine. A few marks and small bump on front cover, o/wise a fine copy. 24.5 x 18.5. 0851741142

The last boom in sail, the lime-juicers, the carriers of the 90's, the square-riggers of the 20th century, small fry.

17869
LUBBOCK, Basil
ROUND THE HORN BEFORE THE MAST
$40.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1986. Reprint of the 1902 original. X, 376 PP with 1 drawing and 1 map, plus 12 b/w plates. Fp: The "Royalshire". Cloth cover, dj. Fine. 18.5 x 12.6. 0851745067

A voyage from San Francisco to Liverpool on the 4-masted barque "Royalshire" in 1899.

20065
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE LAST OF THE WINDJAMMERS - VOLUME I
$80.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1969. Reprint of the 1927 original. XIV, (2), 518 PP, plus 74 pages with 126 bw illust. & 17 pages of plans. Fp: "Quathlamba". Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price-clipped). Near fine. 24.5 x 18.5.

The life, the personnel, the epic of the Horn, the clippers of the 70's, the medium clippers of the 80's ....

20781
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE LOG OF THE "CUTTY SARK"
$50.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1945. New edition of 1924 first edition. XII, 332 PP with 47 tables, plus 42 plates with 60 b/w illustrations and 9 plans (2 folded, 7 full-page). Fp: Cutty Sark in Sydney Harbour. Photo of Cutty Sark pasted down on the free fly of front enfpaper. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj (price-clipped). A few chips, closed tears and now in a protective sleeve. Signature of previous owner on inside front cover. Overall, a near fine copy. 24.8 x 19.

A history of the famous tea and wool clippers.

30659
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE NITRATE CLIPPERS
$50.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1953. Reprint of 1932 original. XII, 159 PP, plus 33 plates with 48 b/w illust. Fp: "Padua". Free fly of endpapers: Tracks of the trade routes. Cloth covers with light wear, gilt title on front cover and spine. Price-clipped dust jacket has repaired tears and is in a protective sleeve. Contents are clean and overall still a very good copy. 25 x 19.

The nitrate trade between the West Coast of South America & Northern Europe.

31736
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE COLONIAL CLIPPERS
$60.00 AUD

James Brown & Son. Glasgow. 1921. Reprint of the 1914 original. XVI, 433 PP, plus 2 colour plates with 24 house-flags and 60 b/w plates (4 plans and 82 paintings or photographs). Fp: Emigrant fleet in Hobson's Bay (Kent, Lightning, White Star & Malabar). Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine. Covers slightly marked, spine sunned. Contents near fine. 21.6 x 14.2.

The wooden clippers, the composite wool clippers & iron sailing ships serving Australia & New Zealand up to the end of the 19th century.

34568
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE CHINA CLIPPERS
$50.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1968. 2nd reprint of the 1946 revised edition. XIII, (3), 295 PP, plus 25 pages with 20 illust. & 11 plans. Fp: Taeping and Ariel racing up channel. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dust jacket with a few chips and a little soiled, now in a protective sleeve. Previous owner's name on FFEP, a little light foxing, o/wise a very good clean copy. 24.5 x 18.

History of the celebrated clipper ships in the opium & tea trades.

34571
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE COLONIAL CLIPPERS
$35.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1968. Reprint of the 1948 edition. XVI, 384 PP, plus 80 b/w plates & 4 plans. Fp: Emigrant fleet in Hobson's Bay. Cloth cover, title in blind on front cover and gilt on spine, dj (price clipped and in a protective sleeve). Very good. 24.8 x 18.5.

The wooden clippers, the composite wool clippers & iron sailing ships serving Australia & New Zealand up to the end of the 19th century.

49899
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE CHINA CLIPPERS
$25.00 AUD

James Brown & Son. Glasgow. 1914. 2nd edition. XV, 387, XXXIII (appendix) PP, plus 1 colour plate with 12 House Flags and 24 b/w plates [frontispiece, 1 map, 8 plans (3 of them folded) and 22 illustrations]. Fp: Taeping & Ariel racing up Channel. Cloth cover, illustration pasted down on front cover, title on front and spine. Covers lightly rubbed. Spine sunned and frayed at head and foot. Hinges weak and with tears. Foxing throughout. Signature of previous owner on FFEP. Very good reading copy. 21.7 x 14.

The history of the celebrated clipper ships in the opium and tea trades.

58075
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE DOWN EASTERS - American Deep-water Sailing Ships 1869-1929
$45.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1971. 3rd reprint of the 1929 original. XVI, 288 PP, plus 84 pages with 118 bw illust. & 4 folded plans. Fp: Stowing topsails. FEP: Map of North America. REP: Type of rigging. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price clipped). Foxing spots on outside edges, o/wise near fine. 24 x 18.8.

The San Francisco grain trade, the clippers in the Cape Horn trade, down-easters in the 70's, 80's & 90's. The last of America's square-riggers.

65541
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE LAST OF THE WINDJAMMERS - VOLUME I
$100.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1927. 2nd Impression of the 1927 original. XIV, (2), 518 PP, plus 2 plates "Vanished House Flags" with 48 house-flags in colour, 17 plates with plans (12 of them folded) and 74 pages with 126 b/w illustrations. Fp: "Quathlamba". Eps: Chart of the world. Blue cloth cover, gilt title in blind on front cover, gilt title on spine, no dj. Slight ageing of paper, faint foxing spots on outside edges. Discreet note at top of front endpapers, o/wise fine. 25 x 19.

Early edition with the colourful house-flags.

65542
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE LAST OF THE WINDJAMMERS - VOLUME II
$70.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1949. Reprint of the 1929 original. XV, 448 PP, plus 17 plans (16 of them folded) and 96 plates with 174 b/w illustrations. Fp: Hougomont. Eps: Chart of the world. Blue cloth cover, title in blind on front cover and gilt on spine, no dj. Faint foxing. Near fine. 25 x 19.5.

The last boom in sail, the lime-juicers, the carriers of the 90's, the square-riggers of the 20th century, small fry.

66005
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE LAST OF THE WINDJAMMERS - VOLUME II
$70.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1949. Reprint of the 1929 original. XV, 448 PP, plus 17 plans (16 of them folded) and 96 plates with 174 b/w illustrations. Fp: Hougomont. Eps: Chart of the world. Blue cloth cover with a few small bumps and a small speckle, title in blind on front cover and gilt on spine, dj. Dust jacket price clipped with 2 pieces missing from the front part. Name of previous owner on front endpaper and his stamp on title page. A little light foxing, o/wise near fine internally. 25 x 19.5.

The last boom in sail, the lime-juicers, the carriers of the 90's, the square-riggers of the 20th century, small fry.

66935
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE DOWN EASTERS - American Deep-water Sailing Ships 1869-1929
$50.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1930. 2nd edition of the 1929 original. XVI, 285 PP, plus 79 plates with 117 b/w illustrations & 4 folded plans. Fp: Stowing topsails. FEP: 12 different type of rigging. REP: Chart of North America. Cloth cover, title in blind on front cover, device and gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket with chips and parts missing at head and foot of the spine and back cover. Foxing spots on outside edges, foxing of endpapers and a few pages. Very good. 25 x 18.5.

The San Francisco grain trade, the clippers in the Cape Horn trade, down-easters in the 70's, 80's & 90's. The last of America's square-riggers.

68493
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE LAST OF THE WINDJAMMERS - Volume I
$50.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1948. 3rd Impression of the 1927 original. XIV, (2), 518 PP, plus 74 pages with 126 b/w illustrations. & 17 pages of plans (11 of them folded). Fp: "Quathlamba". Eps: Chart of the world. Cloth cover, title in blind on front cover, gilt title on spine. Occasional foxing. Discreet stamp of previous owner on front endpaper. Very good. 24.9 x 19.

68494
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE LAST OF THE WINDJAMMERS - VOLUME II
$40.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1935. 2nd edition of the 1929 original. XVI, 443 PP, plus 2 plates with 40 House Flags in colour, 17 plans (16 of them folded one) and 96 plates with 173 b/w illustrations (paintings, photos, portraits). Eps: Chart of the world. Cloth cover, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on a lightly sunned spine. Copy lacking half title page and frontispiece. Covers lightly soiled. Ex "Circulating Library" with plate on front board and stamp on recto of rear endpaper. Spine with tears and back hinge split at head. Occasional foxing. Internally a very good clean copy. 25 x 19.5.

The last boom in sail, the lime-juicers, the carriers of the 90's, the square-riggers of the 20th century, small fry.

70285
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE WESTERN OCEAN PACKETS
$85.00 AUD

James Brown and Son. Glasgow. 1926. 2nd edition of the 1925 original. XIV, (2), 155 PP, plus 22 plates (1 in colour with 12 house flags and 21 in b/w, 17 of which are "packets"). Fp: Liverpool in 1840 - Black Ball packet disembarking passengers. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dust jacket which has a few small chips or closed tears. Bookplate of previous owner on front endpaper. Foxing spots (heavy on outside edges). An otherwise near fine copy which is scarce with the dust jacket. 22 x 14.5.

A treatise on the lines which served the Atlantic ferry in the first part of the 19th century.

71482
LUBBOCK, Basil
JACK DERRINGER - A TALE OF DEEP WATER
$25.00 AUD

Facsimile Publisher. Delhi, India. 2016. Facsimile reprnt of the 1906 original (UK) edition. XII, 328 PP, (12 publications). Matt laminated pictorial boards, dj. Very good. 23 x 15.2.

Life at sea: a work of fiction.

73813
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE LAST OF THE WINDJAMMERS - VOLUMES I & II
$125.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1969 & 1970. Reprint of the 1927 & 1929 original. Vol. I: XIV, (2), 518 PP, plus 74 pages with 126 b/w illustrations & 17 pages with plans (12 of them folded). Fp: Quathlamba. Vol. II: XV, 448 PP, plus 100 pages with 174 b/w illustrations and 17 plans (16 of them folded). Fp: Hougomont. Eps: Chart of the world. Cloth cover, title in blind on front cover and gilt on spine, dj. Occasional foxing. Dust jackets lightly soiled and with repaired tears (now in prospective sleeves). Set of 2 volumes in very good condition. This is a heavy item and postage will be higher than usual. Please ask for a quote. 24.5 x 17.5.

The life, the personnel, the epic of the Horn, the clippers of the 70's, the medium clippers of the 80's and various trades with small fry.

74161
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE BLACKWALL FRIGATES
$80.00 AUD

James Brown & Son. Glasdgow. 1922. 1st Ed. XV, 332 PP, plus 108 pages with 63 b/w illust., 3 plates with flags in colour and 6 b/w plates. Fp: The Commands of Captain Methven. Cloth cover with light wear/soiling, gilt title on front cover and spine. Short tear at top of spine. Foxing spots on outside edges. Signature at top of title-page, o/wise contents near fine. 21.8 x 14.5.

History of the Blackwall Yard, East India Shipping, Blackwallers. Runs to Australia. 3 colour plates with flags (Old East India Flags, The Jolly Roger and House-flags).

74367
LUBBOCK, Basil
THE DOWN EASTERS - American Deepwater Sailing Ships 1869-1929
$50.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1953. Reprint of the 1929 original. XVI, 288 PP, plus 84 pages with 118 bw illust. & 4 folded plans. Fp: Stowing topsails. FEP: Map of North America. REP: Type of rigging. Cloth cover, title in blind on front cover and gilt title on spine. Covers have light wear around edges and a small 1cm tear at top of spine. Light foxing, mostly on prelims and last pages, o/wise contents near fine. 24 x 18.8.

The San Francisco grain trade, the clippers in the Cape Horn trade, down-easters in the 70's, 80's & 90's. The last of America's square-riggers.

70792
LUBBOCK, Basil & SPURLING, Jack
THE BEST OF SAIL
$70.00 AUD

Patrick Stephens Ltd. Cambridge. 1975. Reprint, with introduction by Alan Villiers. (XII), 179 PP on art paper, plus 36 full-page colour plates by J. Spurling. Eps: Illustrations by W. M. Birchall. Cloth cover, gilt device and title on front cover and spine, dj. Dust jacket with repaired tears. Faint foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. 31.2 x 25.7. 0850592178

Condensed version of Sail: The Romance of the Clipper Ships.

42917
LUND, Kaj
TRAINING VESSELS UNDER SAIL
$15.00 AUD

Skandinavisk Bogforlag A/S. Odense, Denmark. 1969. 1st Ed. 80 PP with 71 b/w photos and 6 colour plates tipped in. Cloth cover, colour photo pasted down on front cover. Fine. Oblong: 19.8 x 20.3.

15376
MacGREGOR, David R.
THE CHINA BIRD - The History of Captain Killick, and the Firm he Founded: Killick Martin & Company
$35.00 AUD

Conway Maritime Press. London. 1986. 2nd revised edition. 224 PP profusely illustrated throughout. Fp: The "Lothair". Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 29 x 22. 0851773818

Story of Killick & Martin, founded by Capt. James Killick of "Challenger" fame, described as "China Bird". Annual races of the tea clippers from Chinese ports to the docks of England.

43743
MacGREGOR, David R.
THE CHINA BIRD, The History of Captain Killick and One Hundred Years of Sail and Steam
$10.00 AUD

Chatto & Windus. London. 1961. 1st Ed. XVII, 366 PP with 56 figures, plus 3 folded plans and 42 pages with 58 b/w plates. Fp: The Lothair. Eps: Map of world with principal sailing routes. Cloth cover. Spine sunned. Foxing spots on outside edges and few pages. Very good. 24 x 16.5.

Story of Killick & Martin, founded by Capt. James Killick of Challenger fame, described as China Bird. Annual races of the tea clippers from Chinese ports to the docks of England.

71641
MacGREGOR, David R.
THE CHINA BIRD, The History of Captain Killick and One Hundred Years of Sail and Steam
$70.00 AUD

Chatto & Windus. London. 1961. 1st Ed. XVII, 366 PP with 56 fig. in text, 3 folding plans, 42 pages with 58 b/w plates. Fp: The "Lothair". Eps: Map of world with principal sailing routes. Cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket is a little worn with chips and marks and is in a protective sleeve. A little light foxing, o/wise near fine. 24 x 16.5.

Story of Killick & Martin, founded by Capt. James Killick of "Challenger" fame, described as "China Bird". Annual races of the tea clippers from Chinese ports to the docks of England.

72299
MacGREGOR, David R.
FAST SAILING SHIPS, Their Design and Construction, 1775-1875
$45.00 AUD

Conway Maritime Press. London. 1988. 2nd revised edition of the 1973 original. 319 PP with b/w illustrations. Title spread: The three skysail-yarder "Morning Star". Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket with short tear, o/wise a fine copy. 28.5 x 22. 9780851774527

74959
MacGREGOR, David R.
THE TEA CLIPPERS - An Account of the China Tea Trade and of some of the British Sailing Ships engaged in it from 1849 to 1869
$20.00 AUD

Percival Marshall. London. 1952. 1st Ed. XX, 272 PP with 22 figures, plus 33 pages with b/w illustrations, plus 7 folded plates (6 ships' lines & 1 plan). Fp: The Titania. Cloth cover with 2 small tears at top and bottom of the faded spine. Verso of title-page has a black out mark. Contents are near fine and complete. Image shows title-page and frontispiece. 22 x 14.5.

18445
MACINTYRE, Captain Donald
THE ADVENTURE OF SAIL 1520-1914
$15.00 AUD

Ferndale Editions. London. 1979. Reprint of the 1970 original. Introduction by Uffa Fox. 256 PP with 265 b/w illust. & 44 colour plates in text. Title-page: 17th Century Compass Card. Half-title page: The building of the Ark. Illustrated endpapers. Hard cover, device in blind on front cover, dj. Foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. Oblong: 25.3 x 31.5. 0905746015

Illustrated history of sailing ships and contemporary accounts of historic voyages, extracts from journals of famous mariners and classic sea tales.

48368
MACINTYRE, Captain Donald
THE ADVENTURE OF SAIL 1520-1914
$20.00 AUD

Random House. New York. 1970. 1st US edition. Introduction by Uffa Fox. 256 PP with 265 b/w illust. & 44 colour plates in text. Title-page: 17th Century Compass Card. Half-title page: The building of the Ark. Illustrated endpapers. Cloth cover, device in blind on front cover. Covers rubbed at hinges. Slight ageing of paper, occasional foxing. Name of previous owner on front endpaper. Very good. Oblong: 25.3 x 31.5.

Illustrated history of sailing ships and contemporary accounts of historic voyages, extracts from journals of famous mariners and classic sea tales.

48674
MACINTYRE, Captain Donald
THE ADVENTURE OF SAIL 1520-1914
$25.00 AUD

Paul Elek Productions. London. 1970. 1st edition with an introduction by Uffa Fox. 256 PP with 265 b/w illustrations. & 44 colour plates. Title-page: 17th Century Compass Card. Half-title page: The building of the Ark. Illustrated endpapers. Cloth cover, device (Compass' Rose) in blind on front cover, dj. Dust jacket with small chips and a spine lightly sunned. Covers rubbed at hinges. Slight ageing of paper, occasional foxing. Note to previous owner on front endpaper. Very good. Oblong: 25.3 x 31.5.

Illustrated history of sailing ships and contemporary accounts of historic voyages, extracts from journals of famous mariners and classic sea tales.

50582
MacKENZIE, Gordon (Editor)
THE COMPASS - A Magazine of the Sea: Vol. L, No.1, 1980)
$15.00 AUD

Mobil Oil. New York. 1980. 40 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Soft covers, pictorial front (Transglobe Expedition Ship "Benjamin Bowring". Very good. 30.5 x 23.

Transglobe expedition: 1979-1982, by M.J. Collins. The T.W. Nelson seismic Vessel. Hellenic Shipyards founded by Stavros Niarchos. Windjammer "Peking" at South Street Museum. Sailing in 1927 from Sydney to Los Angeles on the schooner Thistle.

74982
MacKENZIE, Gordon (Editor)
THE COMPASS - A Magazine of the Sea: Vol. L, No.3, 1980
$15.00 AUD

Mobil Oil. New York. 1980. 40 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Soft covers, pictorial front (The "Cutty Sark" oil painting by Brian P. Bloundele). Very good. 30.5 x 23.

HMG (Hinrich Martin Gehrckens): 150th anniversary of this German shipping company. Maritime Numismatics, by Raymond Schuessler. Willem Schouten, First Man around Cape Horn, by Roger Clancy. A Beautiful Little Galleon "Golden Hind II", Replica of Drake's Famous Ship, by Elizabeth Goodman.

74983
MacKENZIE, Gordon (Editor)
THE COMPASS - A Magazine of the Sea: Vol. LI, No.1, 1981)
$15.00 AUD

Mobil Oil. New York. 1981. 40 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Soft covers, pictorial front (The "Thermopylae" & "Cutty Sark" painting by Christian Spurling). Initials at top corner of front cover. Very good. 30.5 x 23.

Sud Americana de Vapores: the growth of the Chilean Steamship Line. The Lighthouse at Minot's Ledge, by Peg Connolly Schwabel. Fireboats of the Port of New York, by Francis James Duffy. Monterey's Colossal Tidepool: A natural ecological Museum, by Mark E. Gibson.

74990
MacKENZIE, Gordon (editor)
THE COMPASS - A Magazine of the Sea: Vol. LV, No.3, 1985
$15.00 AUD

Mobil International. New York. 1985. 40 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Soft covers, pictorial front (Top sail schooner "Lila Dan"). Very good. 30.5 x 23.

Pages 1 to 9 with 4 b/w and 22 colour illustrations (2 maps and 20 photos): J. Lauritzen A/S, celebrating 101st anniversary on 15th April 1985. Disaster in the Santa Barbara Channel, by Leo Rosenhouse. Sail vs Steam, by Francis Donnell.

74991
MacKENZIE, Gordon (editor)
THE COMPASS - A Magazine of the Sea: Vol. LVI, No.1 - 1986
$15.00 AUD

Mobil International. New York. 1986. 44 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Soft covers, pictorial front (China Tea Clipper "Fiery Cross"). Very good. 30.5 x 23.

Helmut Bastian Shipping Company from Germany. The Deepstar 4000 by Louis S. Schafer. ... The Waratah, by Captain C.J. Harris ...

74992
MacKENZIE, Gordon (editor)
THE COMPASS - A Magazine of the Sea: Vol. LVI, No.2 - 1986
$15.00 AUD

Mobil International. New York. 1986. 40 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Soft covers, pictorial front (the "Thomas Stephens"). Very good. 30.5 x 23.

"K" Line -Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. Ambergris - Whale's Pearl, by Walter C. Pitch. ... Ancient Ships & Iron Men (Mothball Fleets: Liberty Ships, Victory Ships, T2 Tankers ...), by Captain Water Jaffee.

43001
MAENPAA, Sari, MATIKKA, Hannu
NAUTICA FENNICA 1995 - A WOMAN AT SEA - Women on the Sailing Ships of Gustaf Erikson 1913-1937 / REPAIRING TRADITIONAL SHIPS
$15.00 AUD

The Finnish Association for Maritime History. Turku. 1996. Annual Report 1995. 80 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. Finnish and English text. Oblong: 20 x 20.5. 951907595X

62543
MARINE ART
"TALL SHIPS OF THE WORLD" CALENDAR - 1995
$10.00 AUD

Tanner Couch Calendars / Olsson Industries & Pacific Salt Pty Ltd. Sydney. 1995. Calendar with 7 "frameable" prints (28.5 x 18.5) in colour and 26 figures on knots. Front cover.(Spirit of Adventure). Fine. Format: 48.5 x 34.

Spirit of Adventure (New Zealand) - Tovaristsch (Ukraine) - Leeuwin (Australia) -Sagres (Portugal) - Esmeralda (Chile) - Marques (England) - Elissa (USA).

71968
MARINE ART
"BEKEN TALL SHIPS" CALENDAR - 1989
$15.00 AUD

Kenbe Reproductions / Beken of Cowes. Southampton. 1988. 12 "frameable" (40 x 42) prints in colour from the 1989 Calendar. Near fine. Fomat: 40 x 42.

12 Tall Ships: Leewin (Australia) / Kaskelot (UK) / R. Tucker Thompson (NZ) / Eye of the Wind (Australia / UK) / Warrior (UK) / Bounty (Australia / UK) / Vagrant ( UK) / Young Endeavour (Australia) / Altair (UK) / Queen Galadriel (UK) / Tall Ships in Portsmouth (1st Fleet Re-enactment) / Rachel B. Jackson (USA). Image shows Eye of the Wind.

72307
MARQUARDT, Karl Heinz
THE GLOBAL SCHOONER: Origins, Development, Design and Construction - 1695-1845
$135.00 AUD

Conway Maritime Press. London. 2003. 1st Ed. 239 PP with tables and b/w illustrations throughout. Fp: Replica of the Australian merchant schooner Enterprize of 1830. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine (as new). Scarce. 30.3 x 25.5. 9780851779300

Extensive and ideal book for the modeller.

15519
MARTIN, C. & BROUWER, N.
THE STORY OF SAIL
$15.00 AUD

Weldon Pub. Sydney. 1992. 1st Ed. 112 PP with b/w & colour photos. Laminated decorated boards, dj. Fine. 31.5 x 24.2. 1863022392

Voyage of discovery of sailing ships. Covers 9 ships: Sutton Hoo, Oseberg Ship, Mary Rose, Wasa, Batavia, Cutty Sark, Preussen & Sobraon, once the world's largest sailing passenger ship.

40439
MASEFIELD, John
THE BIRD OF DAWNING
$5.00 AUD

Century Publishing. London. 1984. Paperback reprint in the Century Seafarers series, of the 1933 original. 223 PP. Pictorial soft cover with light wear and a small crease on front corner. Stamp in blind of previous owner on half-title page, o/wise a very good clean copy. 21.3 x 13.5. 0712603344

Novel. Adventures of the crew of a China Clipper. Abandon of the ship...

65707
MASEFIELD, John
THE WANDERER OF LIVERPOOL
$20.00 AUD

Wm. Heinemann. London. 1930. 1st Ed. (8), 120 PP plus 15 plates with 16 b/w illust. Fp: Mr. & Mrs. W.H. Potter. Orig. blue cloth covers have a few speckles and light wear around edges/corners, gilt title on spine a little dulled, no dust jacket. Foxing, mostly on first and last pages. Small white-out mark on inside front cover, o/wise no signatures or other blemishes. Very good. 21.8 x 17.5.

The shipbuilder firm, W.H. Potter & Co., turned shipowner, with the "Wayfarer" and "Seafarer". Building and life of the four-masted full-rigged barque "Wanderer" built in 1891, sunk 1907. Related in both prose & verse.

40167
MATHEWS, R. G.
SAILING CRAFT
$30.00 AUD

Eyre and Spottiswoode. London. c. 1933. 1st Ed. 162 PP illustrated by the author with 2 maps and 130 b/w illustrations, plus 16 colour plates. Fp (in colour): His Majesty's yacht Britannia. Red cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket is chipped with small pieces missing. Dated note on front endpaper. Slight ageing of paper, occasional foxing, o/wise near fine. 26.5 x 19.5.

The beauty and mystery of the ships, and the magic of the sea.

68475
McCUTCHAN, Philip
TALL SHIPS, THE GOLDEN AGE OF SAIL
$20.00 AUD

Weidenfeld and Nicholson. London. 1976. 1st Ed. 160 PP with b/w & colour illust. Fp: The "Carradale" under sail. Eps: Plan of a 3-masted fully-rigged ship. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket with small chips. Very good. 28.5 x 22. 0297771744

From the fast Baltimore packet to the clipper ships. The various trades: Far East, Australian passages for cargo & passengers ....

63293
McILWAIN, John
HMS WARRIOR - Britain's First and Last Iron-Hulled Warship
$5.00 AUD

The Pitkin Pictorials. London. 1991. 1st Ed. 28 PP with 1 colour cutaway of the "Warrior" (as she was in 1861) at centrefold, b/w & colour illustrations. Title spread: HMS Warrior 1860. Pictorial soft cover. Folded "Deck Guide" loosely inserted. Near fine. 24 x 17.2. 0853725373

20337
McLEAY, Alison
THE WORLD OF THE ONEDIN LINE
$10.00 AUD

Ure Smith. Sydney. 1977. 1st Ed. 144 PP with b/w & colour photos in text. Hard cover, dj. Renewed endpapers, o/wise near fine. 24 x 17.5. 0725403853

The book on the television series. The film and the real life of the shipowner James Baines and the hard-driving Captain Bully Forbes.

40426
McLEAY, Alison
THE WORLD OF THE ONEDIN LINE
$5.00 AUD

Ure Smith. Sydney. 1977. 1st Ed. 144 PP with b/w & colour photos. Hard cover, dj. Ex library copy with stamps on title page, and renewed endpapers. Good. 24 x 17.5. 0725403853

The book on the television series. The film and the real life of the shipowner James Baines and the hard-driving Captain Bully Forbes.

18418
MERLIN, Jules
TRAITE PRATIQUE DE VOILURE, ou exposé de méthodes simples et faciles pour calculer et couper toutes espèces de voiles
$30.00 AUD

Editions Omega. Nice. 1995. Facsimile reprint of the 1865 original. (4), 226 PP with 96 figures in text plus 6 large folded plates at back of book. Soft cover. French text. Fine. 23.6 x 15. 2906381187

Treatise on sail making.

66501
MESSIAEN, Jacky (editor)
PILOTES MARITIMES - Histoire de Trente Trois Stations de Pilotage de France et d'Outre-Mer
$50.00 AUD

Author. Dunkerque. 1984. 1st Ed. 593, (3) PP with b/w photos. Card covers, dj. Faint foxing, o/wise near fine. French text. 24.7 x 21.

Pilots stations in ports on the North Sea, English Channel, Atlantic coasts, Mediterranean coast, and some overseas outposts: Djibouti, Nouméa, Saint Pierre et Miquelon.

64006
MIKKELSEN, Ejnar
LE QUART DU SECOND, ou l'éveil d'une vocation polaire
$10.00 AUD

René Julliard Paris. 1955. 1st French edition in collection "Croix du Sud". Translated by Jacques Debarge from the Danish original "Fra Hundev Agt Til Hundeslaede". 254, (2) PP with 1 map of Eastern Greenland, plus 8 pages with 10 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Head and foot of spine damaged. Note at top of front endpaper. Ageing of paper. French text. Good. 19.2 x 14.

Danish training sailing ship "Georg Stage"... Sailing as an apprentice and shipwright on the windjammer "Emilie": Amsterdam to Indonesia. Sailing on a schooner in Indonesia waters..

69966
MINTO, Captain Tom & STEVENS, Eric
THE SEARCH FOR THE "KOBENHAVEN" and Other True Stories of the Depression Years
$20.00 AUD

Graeme K. Andrews. Sydney. 1984. Edition limited to 1000 hand numbered copies (No. 13 / 1000). 52 PP with 29 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft covers with a few rubs, lower margin of a few pages with old water stains in the margin, o/wise contents near fine. 23.5 x 16.5. 0959672311

Graphic descriptions of life on a square-rigger in 1936 and on a coal burner ship in 1929. The last voyage of the Parma by Eric Stevens.

53662
MITCHENER, E. A.
EYE OF THE WIND
$15.00 AUD

E.A. Mitchener. Kingston, Tas. 1984. 1st Ed. 36 PP with 15 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 21 x 14.7. 0959128603

62564
MOBIL OIL
Brostrom's First Vessel: THE KETCH MATHILDA (colour print)
$10.00 AUD

Mobil Oil Corporation. New York. c. 1970. Print on art paper of a colour painting. Near fine. Oblong format: 35.5 x 51.

70659
MOSS, Dr. Ken (editor)
TALL SHIPS AUSTRALIA 1998 - Official Program
$15.00 AUD

Davies Brothers Ltd. / Tall Ships Australia 1998. Hobart, Tasmania. 1998. 1st Ed. Messages of the Premiers of New South Wales and Tasmania. 28 PP with colour illustration (1 berthing plan "Sydney", 1 sketch map "Hobart to Sydney", 9 National Flags, 9 ship types and 44 photos). Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.5 x 21.

Invitation to participate in the Tall Ship gathering organised for the 1988 bicentennial celebration of Australia.

35727
MUDIE, Rosemary & Colin
THE STORY OF THE SAILING SHIP
$10.00 AUD

Exeter Books. New York. 1980. Second printing of the 1975 original. 152 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Eps: Portuguese ships of war, by Cornelius Anthonissn. Hard cover, dj. Top of dust jacket near spine with small watermark. Very good. 29 x 22. 0896730573

The Mediterranean ships - the northern ships - the voyagers - the traders and the clippers - junks, dhows and others...

39250
MUDIE, Rosemary & Colin (editors)
THE SAILING SHIP - A voyage through the ages
$10.00 AUD

Roydon Publishing. London. 1984. 1st Ed. 60 PP with 48 b/w and 17 colour illustrations. Title page: 16th century gunfight. Pictorial laminated boards. Near fine. 29 x 22. 094667406X

The beginning of sail. The voyagers. The Traders and Clippers. Twentieth century sail.

16261
MUNRO, Colin
SAILING SHIPS
$15.00 AUD

Pelham. London. 1973. 1st Ed. 224 PP with b/w illust. by author in text. Fp: Three-masted barque of 1870. FEP: Rigging & other details of a barque about 1760. REP: Some fishing boats & small cargo boats from the coast of Europe. Gilt-decorated hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Some light foxing, o/wise good. Oblong: 19 x 25. 0720707188

Silhouettes of period sailing ships from the cog of Middle-Ages to the clippers. Ships from Europe, the near & far East.

31803
MUNRO, Colin
SAILING SHIPS
$20.00 AUD

Pelham. London. 1973. 1st Ed. 224 PP with b/w illust. by author in text. Fp: Three-masted barque of 1870. FEP: Rigging & other details of a barque about 1760. REP: Some fishing boats & small cargo boats from the coast of Europe. Gilt-decorated hard cover, dj. Foxing spots on top outside edges and endpapers. Very good. Oblong: 19 x 25. 0720707188

Silhouettes of period sailing ships from the cog of Middle-Ages to the clippers. Ships from Europe, the near & far East.

73928
MURRAY, Davis (editor)
TALL SHIPS '76: Official Souvenir Program of the International Sailing Race 1978 - A Bicentennial Salute to Sail Training
$20.00 AUD

American Sail Training Association / Cruising World Publication. Newport, R.I. 1976. 1st Ed. Forewords by HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburg and Gerald R. Ford, President of the U.S.A. 80 PP wirth b/w and colour illustrations (maps, plans, photos). Pictorial stiff covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. 30 x 21.3.

Race for the "200th Anniversary" of the USA : Plymouth, Canary Islands, Bermuda and Newport, Rhode Island, then "Operation Sail: New York, Boston, Baltimore.

41049
N/A
BREST 92 - Catalogue
$10.00 AUD

Douarnenez. 1992. Le Chasse-Marée. 1st Ed. No pagination, 24 PP with 4 b/w and 45 colour illustrations. REP: Chart Brest/Douarnenez. Pictorial soft cover (slightly rubbed). Very good. French text. 25.1 x 24.8.

Catalogue of the event Brest 1992, anouncing 1500 traditional and sailing vessels or craft and one million spectators.

51262
N/A
SEA BREEZES - The Ship Lovers' Magazine No. 221, Vol XXIII
$10.00 AUD

Charles Birchall & Sons Ltd. Liverpool. 1938. April 1938. 40 PP with 8 house flags (with colour key) and 15 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover (Olivebank), staples removed. Very good. 24.8 x 15.5.

"Falmouth Packets, 1688-1852". Tasmanian Barques, by Captain Todd. Scrimshaw Work, by Captain C.E. Parkes. "Sailing Ships' Roll of Honour": F. Laeisz, Hamburg (Part 1), "The Signal Station", etc..

62542
N/A
"BEKEN TALL SHIPS" CALENDAR - 1984
$15.00 AUD

Kenbe Reproductions / Beken of Cowes Southampton. 1982. 1984 Tall Ships Calendar with 12 "frameable" (39 x 39) prints in colour. Front cover (Dar Mlodziezy). Format for calendar: 56 x 39.

12 Tall Ships: Dar Mlodziezy (Poland) - Taitu II (Italy) - Gloria (Colombia) - Our Svanen (Canada) - Polynesia (Virgin Islands / USA) - Pogoria (Poland) - Asgard II (Ireland) - Eagle (USA) - La Belle Poule (France) - Marques (Great Britain) - Ciudad de Inca (Great Britain) - Falkan (Sweden) - Croce del Sud (Italy).

62544
N/A
"TALL SHIPS" CALENDAR - 1992
$10.00 AUD

Tanner Couch Calendars / H.J. Asmuss & Co. Ltd. Auckland. 1991. 1992 Calendar with 6 "frameable" prints (26 x 34) in colour. Fine. Format: 48.5 x 34.

Gorch Fock (Germany) - Christian Radich (Norway) - Eye of the Wind (Britain & Australia) - Simon Bolivar (Venezuela) - Spirit of Adventure (New Zealand) - Young Endeavour (Australia).

62614
N/A
Schonerbark / Three-masted Schooner KOERIER - colour print
$5.00 AUD

Chronik der Seefahrt / Verlag Egon Heinemann. Hamburg. c. 1990. Colour print of the original oil painting held by the Netherlands Historical Seafaring Museum at Amsterdam. On the verso: details of the Koerier in German and English. Faint foxing. Fine. Oblong format: 32 x 41.

62615
N/A
Bark / Bark MAGDALENE - colour print
$5.00 AUD

Chronik der Seefahrt / Verlag Egon Heinemann. Hamburg. c. 1990. Colour print of the original oil painting held by the Scheepvaartmuseum at Groningen. On the verso: details of the Magdalene in German and English. Faint foxing. Fine. Oblong format: 32 x 41.

62618
N/A
Schonerbrigg / Schooner Brig EMMA EDEN - colour print
$5.00 AUD

Chronik der Seefahrt / Verlag Egon Heinemann. Hamburg. c. 1990. Colour print of the original oil painting held by the Netherlands Historical Seafaring Museum at Amsterdam. On the verso: details of the Emma Eden in German and English. Faint foxing. Fine. Oblong format: 32 x 41.

69979
N/A
SOLWAY LASS - SYDNEY'S TALLSHIP
$10.00 AUD

Sydney. 1992. Matilda Cruises / Tim Lloyd. 1st Ed. No pagination, 8 PP with 2 b/w and 14 colour photos, plus 4 interpolary translucid sheets with watermarks. Pictorial soft covers. Fine. 29.7 x 21.

History, chronology ... including the pleasure cruises in Sydney Harbour with Matilda Cruises.

35240
NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM
GENERAL CATALOGUE OF HISTORIC PHOTOGRAPHS - Volume II: Merchant Sailing Ships
$20.00 AUD

National Maritime Museum. Greenwich. 1976. 1st Edition with a foreword by Basil Greenhill (Director). XII, 193, (20 Index) PP, plus 4 pages with 7 b/w plates. Pictorial soft cover. Covers a little soiled and worn around edges with a few small creases and a few dog-eared pages. Otherwise, very good. 27.4 x 19.5.

52495
NEWBY, Eric
THE LAST GRAIN RACE
$5.00 AUD

Granada. London. 1983. Reprint of the 1981 paperback edition (original of 1956). 251 PP with 1 map, 1 plan & 1 table (Beaufort scale), plus 16 pages with 23 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Slight ageing of paper. Very good. 17.8 x 11. 0586051171

Belfast-Port Lincoln, Port Victoria and return to Queenstown in 1938/39 as an apprentice for the last grain race under sail.

74956
NEWBY, Eric
THE LAST GRAIN RACE
$5.00 AUD

Pan Books. London. 1976. Reprint of the 1972 paperback editionl. 251, (4 publications) PP with 1 map, 1 plan & 1 table (Beaufort scale), plus 16 pages with 23 b/w photos. Pictorial soft covers. Slight ageing of paper. Very good. 17.8 x 11. 0330029711

Belfast-Port Lincoln, Port Victoria and return to Queenstown in 1938/39 as an apprentice for the last grain race under sail.

62569
NEWCASTLE
FOUR SAILING SHIPS AT NEWCASTLE - Print
$5.00 AUD

Acta Pty. Limited. Sydney. c. 1988. Print on art paper, of a b/w photo reproduced by kind permission of H. J. O'Regan. Fine. Oblong: 34 x 54.

4 Sailing Ships waiting to load coal at Newcastle, N.S.W., Australia in the early 1900's.

75412
NICHOLLS, A. E.
NICHOLLS'S SEAMANSHIP AND VIVA VOCE GUIDE, for the use of Apprentices, Junior Officers, and All Classes of Young Seamen
$35.00 AUD

James Brown & Son. Glasgow. 1917. 8th edition, revised and up dated by Captain F.W. Maxwell. (12), 436 PP with numerous b/w illustrations and over 16 pages with colour illustrations (8 diagrams on "Steering and Sailing Rules" / 3 "to find out how another vessel is heading" / 4 " Flags with special significations" / 2 "Pilot . Jack . Table", plus 4 plates in colour: 1 "Merchant Flags" / 3 "International Code of Signals" and 3 folded maps at end of book Cloth cover, device (three-masted barque) on front cover. Covers rubbed and soiled, with a repaired worn spine. Signatures on inside front cover, ageing of paper. Still a good complete copy. Scarce. 22 x 14.5.

22609
NOBLE, Captain John
THE GOLDEN AGE OF SAIL OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
$10.00 AUD

Currey O'Neil. Melbourne. 1985. 1st Ed. IX, 118 PP with 98 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj. Dust jacket with a small closed tear and in a protective sleeve. Near fine. 25 x 25. 0859021947

Collection of maritime photographs capturing the glorious and romantic days when sailors relied on wind and currents.

22855
NOBLE, Captain John
TALL SHIPS, The Golden Age of Sail
$15.00 AUD

Viking O'Neil / Penguin. Melbourne. 1988. Paperback reprint of the 1985 original "The Golden Age of Sail of Australia and New Zealand". X, 118 PP with b/w illust. Stiff covers, pictorial front. Fine. 24.7 x 25. 0670901067

Collection of maritime photographs capturing the glorious and romantic days when sailors relied on wind and currents.

51933
NOBLE, Captain John
THE GOLDEN AGE OF SAIL OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
$15.00 AUD

Currey O'Neil. Melbourne. 1985. 1st Ed. IX, 118 PP with 98 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj. Signature of author on half-title page. A little foxing on top edge, dust jacket has a little wear near spine, o/wise fine. 25 x 25. 0859021947

Collection of maritime photographs capturing the glorious and romantic days when sailors relied on wind and currents.

50374
NOOTEBOOM, Dr. C.
TROIS PROBLEMES D'ETHNOLOGIE MARITIME
$60.00 AUD

Rotterdam. 1952. Museum voor Land en Volkenkunde en het Maritiem Museum Prins Hendrik. 1st Ed. 16 PP, plus 6 pages with 25 b/w illustrations. Soft cover. Faint foxing. French text. Fine. 26.5 x 18.5.

3 Papers (on prows and sails of canoes or outriggers) presented in Brussels, at the 1948 Congrès des Sciences Anthropologiques er Ethnologiques. Origine des proues bifides (on the origin of prows). La signification de la proue bifide (on the meaning of the prow). Quelques types de voiles de l'Asie Orientale (types of sails used in Eastern Asia).

35050
OBOJSKI, Robert
SHIPS & EXPLORERS ON COINS
$5.00 AUD

Sterling Publishing. New York. 1970. 1st Ed., in the Topical Coin Library series. 48 PP with 188 b/w photos representing 118 coins. Pictorial card cover rubbed and soiled. Ex library copy with 1 stamp on verso of title page. Internally very clean and good. 19 x 19. 0806960248

74891
OLD SHELLBACKS / Capt. J. Maitland Thomson (editor)
TALL TRUE TALES OF THE SEA
$20.00 AUD

Investigator Press. Adelaide. 1979. 1st Ed. Edited by Captain J. Maitland Thomson. 88 PP with 16 illustrations. Laminated pictorial card cover. Note on title page signed by the author. Slight ageing of paper on outside edges. Near fine. 21.6 x 13.6. 0858640260

Coastal shipping in the early part of the 20th Century: short stories of experiences at sea. Compiled for the 1979 Congress of the International Cape Horners Association.

19964
ORBELL, John, GREEN, Edwin & MOSS, Michael.
FROM CAPE TO CAPE - The History of Lyle Shipping
$20.00 AUD

Paul Harris. Edinburgh. 1978. 1st Ed. XIII, 239 PP with graphs, tables, and numerous b/w illust. Title spread: Three masted iron ship "Cape Sable I". Hard cover, dj. Faint foxing. Near fine. 24.5 x 18.5. 090450526X

The 200 year history of this shipping line trading worldwide from its base in the West of Scotland.

42255
OSTERSTOCK, Alan
THE DUNCOW REPORT
$30.00 AUD

Austaprint / Author. Adelaide. 1979. Limited edition to 400 numbered copies (260/400). 72 PP with 2 b/w illustration (1 photo & 1 facsimile of a telegram). Eps: facsimile of manuscripts. Half bound, vignette on front cover, gilt title on front cover and spine. Signed by the author on the verso of title page. Fine. Scarce. Oblong: 15.2 x 21.7. 0858722968

The near disaster of the 3 masted full-rigged ship Duncow of Liverpool, on the shores of Kangaroo Island, in May/June 1897. Collector's item.

54806
OUTRIGGERS
VA'A, La Pirogue Polynésienne
$55.00 AUD

Au Vent des Iles. Papeete. 2008. 1st Ed., with Preface by Jean-Marc Pambrun and Foreword by Tara Hiquily. Edited by Tara HIQUILY, Muriel GLAUNEC & Hiriata MILLAUD. 197 PP (3 publications) with b/w and colour illustrations (photos by Danee Hazama). Pictorial boards, dj. French text. Fine. Large format: 30.2 x 24.2.

Va'a, the Polynesian Outrigger.

21310
PAINE, Ralph D.
THE SHIPS AND SAILORS OF OLD SALEM
$20.00 AUD

Heath Cranton. London. 1924. 1st UK edition. XVIII, 471 PP, plus 49 plates with 64 b/w illustrations. Fp: The Panay one of the last of the Salem fleet. Hard cover, gilt title on spine. Slight ageing of paper around outside edges. Very good. Image shows title-page and frontispiece. 22 x 15.

Narratives and deeds of American sailors. privateers, whalers, explorers of new routes and trades, ...

39304
PARK, Polly
TO SAVE THEIR HEATHEN SOULS - Voyage to and Life in Fouchow, China, Based on the Wentworth Diaries and Letters, 1854-1858
$15.00 AUD

Pickwick Publications. Allison Park, Pennsylvania. 1984. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Francis West. New series, No. 9 in the Pittsburgh theological monographs. XXXII, 173 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 21.6 x 13.6. 0915138662

64723
PARKER, Captain Walter H.
LEAVES FROM AN UNWRITTEN LOG-BOOK
$120.00 AUD

Sampson Low, Marston & Co. London. c. 1931. 1st Ed. XVI, 272 PP, plus 10 b/w plates with 1 caricature, 2 paintings and 10 photos. Errata slip tipped in on "contents" page. Fp: Portrait of the author. Red cloth cover with light wear around edges. Spine lightly sunned. Slight ageing of paper and some light foxing. Discreet stamp on top outside page edges and a faint signature on inside front cover, o/wise a near fine copy. Scarce. Image shows title-page and frontispiece. 24.2 x 16.5.

Captain Parker (in 1931), was Captain of the R.M.S. Olympic.

71417
PARROTT, Daniel S.
TALL SHIPS DOWN - The Last Voyages of the "PAMIR", "ALBATROSS", "MARQUES", PRIDE OF BALTIMORE", and 'MARIA ASUMPTA"
$40.00 AUD

Interenational Marine / McGraw-Hill. Camden, Me. / New York. 2003. 2nd printing of the 2003 soft cover edition. XVI, 336 PP with tables and b/w illustrations (8 silhouettes of tall ships, artworks, drawings & graphs, sketches, plans, photos). Pictorial soft covers. Fine. Scarce. 22 x 14.5. 9780071435451

70045
PARSONS, Jack & Nora
CORNISH FISHERBOY TO MASTER MARINER: The Life of Henry Blewett 1836-1891 - Part One: Mousehole Boyhood and Early Days at Sea: 1836-1861
$15.00 AUD

Bournemouth Local Studies Publications. Bournemouth, UK. 1993. 1st Ed. VI, 74 PP with b/w illustrations (4 maps and 7 diagrams "Identification of sailing ships' rigs"), plus 4 pages with 8 b/w illustrations (4 drawings and 4 photos). Soft cover, pictorial front. Faint foxing on outside edges. Fine. 21 x 14.5. 0906287987

17994
PARSONS, Ronald
SAIL IN THE SOUTH
$10.00 AUD

A.H. & A.W. Reed. Wellington. 1975. 1st NZ edition. (6), 209 PP with bw photos. Hard cover, dj. Discreet stamp of previous owner on front endpaper, o/wise a fine copy. 26.5 x 22. 0589009575

A selection from the A.D. Edwardes collection of shipping photos in the State Library of South Australia.

20878
PARSONS, Ronald
SAIL IN THE SOUTH
$5.00 AUD

Rigby. Adelaide. 1980. Reprint of the 1975 original. (6), 209 PP with b/w photos. Title page: the four-masted ship Lancing. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 26.5 x 22. 0851799604

A selection from the A. D. Edwardes collection of shipping photographs in the State Library of South Australia.

30622
PARSONS, Ronald
SAIL IN THE SOUTH
$10.00 AUD

Rigby. Adelaide. 1975. 1st Ed. (6), 209 PP with 214 b/w photos. Title page: vignette of the four-masted ship Lancing. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 26.5 x 22. 0851799604

A selection from the A.D. Edwardes collection of shipping photos in the State Library of South Australia.

73828
PAULL, John (compiler)
PERSISTENCE PAYS: The Discovery of Dr William Russ Pugh's Log and Journal of his 1835 Voyage from England to New Holland
$65.00 AUD

John Paull / The Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists / The WD Booth Charitable Trust. Launceston. 2017. 1st limited deluxe edition (No. 34/150). Transcribed and annotated by John Paull. XX, 84 PP with 26 b/w or colour illustrations (maps, paintings, portraits and photos). FEP: Arrival of His Majesty George the Fourth at Gravesend. REP: Old Wharf, Hobart Town (Van Diemen's Land). Hard covers, marbled boards, colour illustrations on front cover, gilt title on a cream simile leather spine. Signed by the author on title page. Edges of cover with light rub/shelf wear, o/wise a fine copy. 28 x 20. 9780995444850

Shipboard diary on the crossing from Gravesend to Van Diemen's Land, on the Barque "Derwent": 8th of August to 10th December 1835 ...

31143
PAYNE, Joe
HARBOUR UNDER SAIL - A guide to the Tall Ships bringing History to Life
$10.00 AUD

The Sun-Herald. Sydney. 1988. Insert to The Sun-Herald of 17th January 1988. 32 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover (US Coast Guard Eagle). Covers slightly rubbed. Very good. 27.5 x 20.5.

Fleet gathering in Sydney for the Bicentennial of Australia.

20327
PEABODY, Robert E.
THE LOG OF THE GRAND TURKS
$15.00 AUD

Duckworth. London. 1927. 1st Ed. XVIII, 250 PP, plus 26 b/w plates. Fp: The First Grand Turk. FEP: Chart of the Calcutta Voyage of the Second Grand Turk. REP: Chart of the 4th Cruise of Privateer Brig Grand Turk, 1814. Cloth cover, small marginal stains on lower edge of endpapers & 3 plates, o/wise very good. 22.4 x 15.5

The histories of four famous American vessels, each bearing the name Grand Turk. The First (1781-1788), Second (1791-1795, Third (1812-1816), Fourth (1916-1924). The first was a privateer during the American War of Independence. It sailed twice commercially to the Indian Ocean with calls at Canton and was sold at Isle de France in 1788. The second sailed in 1792 to Calcutta and Madras. The third sailed as a privateer during the 1812 war. The fourth sailed in the Caribbean and was wrecked on Yucatan.

53762
PEABODY, Robert E.
THE LOG OF THE GRAND TURKS
$20.00 AUD

Duckworth. London. 1927. 1st Ed. XVIII, 250 PP plus 26 b/w plates. Fp: The First Grand Turk. FEP: Chart of the Calcutta Voyage of the Second Grand Turk. REP: Chart of the 4th Cruise of Privateer Brig Grand Turk, 1814. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Slight ageing of paper on outside edges. Near fine. Image shows the title-page and frontispiece. 22.4 x 15.5

The histories of four famous American vessels, each bearing the name Grand Turk. The First (1781-1788), Second (1791-1795, Third (1812-1816), Fourth (1916-1924). The first was a privateer during the American War of Independence. It sailed twice commercially to the Indian Ocean with calls at Canton and was sold at Isle de France in 1788. The second sailed in 1792 to Calcutta and Madras. The third sailed as a privateer during the 1812 war. The fourth sailed in the Caribbean and was wrecked on Yucatan.

59114
PEARSE, A. W.
WINDWARD HO - Windjammer Days
$20.00 AUD

John Andrew. Sydney. 1932. 1st Ed. Introduction by R. Scott-Skirving. (20), 186 PP, plus 20 pages with 31 b/w photos. Fp: Portrait of author. Errata slip tipped in on page (7). Cloth cover. Offsetting on endpapers and foxing. Very good. 22 x 14.5.

Reminiscences of life at sea in the British merchant service, on various types of ships: cargo, emigrant ships, indentured labour for Panama.. Description of ports visited. (An expanded version of "A Windjammer' Prentice").

40409
PEARSE, Ronald
THE LAST OF A GLORIOUS ERA
$25.00 AUD

Conway. London. 1969. New impression of the 1934 original published by Syren and Shipping. 96 PP with 80 b/w photos. Fp: Bowling along. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj (price-clipped). Discreet stamp of previous owner on front endpaper. Near fine. 22.5 x 15.8. 0851770053

Brief record of ocean-going sailing ships with a large number of pictures of these survivors of the days of sail.

17872
PERNOUD, Georges
VOILIERS EN LIBERTE
$20.00 AUD

Edita SA / Conti. Lausanne. 1989. 1st Ed. Collection Thalassa. 144 PP, profusely illustrated with colour photos. Eps. Hard cover, dj. French text. Fine. 30.5 x 26. 2880012538

The meeting of 18 tall ships in the Port of Rouen on the Seine and their race to celebrate the Bicentenary of the French Revolution of 1789.

59630
PERNOUD, Georges
BREST 92 - ALBUM SOUVENIR (in Thalassa, Hors Série No. 3)
$10.00 AUD

Thalassa. Paris. 1992. Special issue No. 3, July 1992. 82 PP with colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 30 x 21..

Wooden and Sailing boats gathering in 1992 at Brest and Douarnenez.

62587
PERRON, Thierry & BELEM
Windjammer: LE "BELEM" - Colour Print
$5.00 AUD

Presse Océan / Fondation "Belem". Nantes. c. 2000. Print with colour photo (38 x 28) by Thierry Perron. Caption / details in French. Format of Print: 56 x 40.5.

71549
PHILP, J. E.
THE HARRIET McGREGOR - A STAUNCH SHIP'S SEA STORY
$35.00 AUD

Author. Hobart. 1934. 1st Ed. Foreword by C. B. Black. 44 PP with 6 b/w photos on full page. Stapled soft covers (marbled). Near fine. Scarce. 21.8 x 14.

The record of this sturdy blue-gum clipper, the pride of the Port of Hobart, which sailed and logged 845,000 nautical miles between Hobart and London, Adelaide, Mauritius & Melbourne, between 1871 and 1895.

65856
PICK, Christopher
SHIPS
$5.00 AUD

Galley Press. London. 1979. 1st Ed. 64 PP with 61 colour photos. Illustrated title page and endpapers. Pictorial laminated boards. Foxing on endpapers, first and last pages. Very good. 26.7 x 19.8. 0861780094

Pictorial discovery of Ships.

17949
PICKTHALL, Barry
TO BEAT THE CLIPPER SHIPS - The Story of the Nedlloyd Spice Race
$15.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1980. 1st Ed. 128 PP with b/w illust. (yacht profiles, maps, drawings, photos) and 24 colour photos. Hard cover, dj (rubbed). Very good. 30.5 x 22.7. 0851743943

The Nedlloyd spice race of 1980, re-enactment of the clipper races of the last century. Anjer (Sunda Strait) to the Channel. The fastest ever was in 1861 by the clipper ship Kelso which took 63 days.

55827
PIETRI, J.B.
VOILIERS D'INDOCHINE
$500.00 AUD

Société des Imprimeries et Librairies Indochinoises. Saigon. 1949. Reprint of the 1943 original edition. (8), 130, (1) PP, plus 144 pages with 1 map Côtes de l'Indochine, 1 colour plate (with 6 figures), and 70 duo tone plates (7 plates with 53 silhouettes, 23 plates with 77 figures, and 40 plates with drawings of sailing ships and details). All illustrations by the author. Card cover, dust jacket with repaired tears. Name of previous owner on front endpaper. French text. Near fine copy of a rare book. Large format: 36.6 x 27.4.

First comprehensive study of the sailing vessels of the coasts of the Indochina Peninsula: Cambodia, Cochinchina, Annam, Tonkin, and Koupang de Fort-Bayard or Kouang-Tchéou-Wan (French enclave on Hainan peninsula). Beautiful illustrations.

17946
PIPPING, Knut
THE MUSEUM SHIP SIGYN OF WARDO
$10.00 AUD

National Maritime Museum. London. 1980. Occasional Lecture No.2 (2), II, 24 PP with 21 b/w illustrations. Card covers soiled, o/wise very good. 21 x 14.5. 0905555473

The last wooden three-masted merchant sailing ship and a museum on the river Aura in the port of Abo in Finland.

62004
POLLING, Tony
TALL SHIP - Newsletter of the One & All Sail Training Association of South Australia
$5.00 AUD

0ne & All Sail Training Association of S.A. Inc. Port Adelaide. 1995. Issue Autumn 1995. 24 PP with 13 b/w and 20 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.5 x 21.

The One & All voyage of December 1994 between Adelaide and Sydney, by Tom Sag (Trainee). The 50th Anniversary: Sydney to Hobart of December 1994, by Tony McCusker.

52035
PORT OF LONDON AUTHORITY
CLIPPER REGATTA 1975. Official programme
$10.00 AUD

Port of London Authority. London. 1975. 1st Ed. Welcome address by John Lunch. 36 PP with 1 map, 1 colour plan at centrefold, 1 plan, 7 sketches, 19 b/w and 7 colour photos.

Clipper Regatta week: 23-30 August 1975. The Tall Ships by Commander David Cobb. London's new nautical centre, by Robin Knox-Johnson. Navigating the Thames, by T. Hunt...

62576
[PRINT]
Windjammer: BARQUE "HENRY" (colour print)
$10.00 AUD

"Frameable" print in colour. Details on the verso of the print. Cardboard backing, clear plastic sheet protection. Oblong format: 30 x 40.

62578
[PRINT]
Windjammer: "ETHIOPIAN", 838 TONS (colour print)
$10.00 AUD

"Frameable" print in colour. Details on the verso of the print. Cardboard backing, clear plastic sheet protection. Fine. Oblong format: 30 x 40.

62579
[PRINT]
THE CLIPPER SHIP "ANGLESEY", 1150 TONS (colour print)
$10.00 AUD

"Frameable" print in colour. Details on the verso of the print. Cardboard backing, clear plastic sheet protection. Oblong format: 30 x 40.

62581
[PRINT]
SOUTH SEA WHALE FISHERY (colour print)
$10.00 AUD

"Frameable" print in colour. Details on the verso of the print. Cardboard backing, clear plastic sheet protection. Oblong format: 30 x 40.

62566
[PRINTS]
Windjammer: GORCH FOCK (colour print)
$10.00 AUD

Mobil Oil Corporation. New York. c. 1970. Print on art paper of a colour photograph supplied by the German Information Center in New York. Near fine. Format: 51 x 35.5.

62613
[PRINTS]
Bark ORIENT - colour print
$5.00 AUD

Chronik der Seefahrt / Verlag Egon Heinemann. Hamburg. c. 1990. Colour print of the original oil painting held at the Heimatmuseum Bremen-Vegesak. On the verso: details of the Orient in German and English. Faint foxing. Fine. Oblong format: 32 x 41.

62616
[PRINTS]
Vollschiff / Full-rigged Ship CHRISTIANSHAVN - colour print
$5.00 AUD

Chronik der Seefahrt / Verlag Egon Heinemann. Hamburg. c. 1990. Colour print of the original oil painting held in Denmark. On the verso: details of the Christianshavn in German and English. Faint foxing. Fine. Oblong format: 32 x 41.

62617
[PRINTS]
Vollschiff / Full-rigged Ship JACOBA CORNELIA CLASINA - colour print
$5.00 AUD

Chronik der Seefahrt / Verlag Egon Heinemann. Hamburg. c. 1990. Colour print of the 1857 original oil painting by C. J. Morel held by the Netherlands Historical Maritime Museum at Amsterdam. On the verso: details of the Jacoba Cornelia Clasina in German and English. Faint foxing. Fine. Oblong format: 32 x 41.

36429
PUGET, Ollivier
THE WORLD'S GREAT SAILING SHIPS
$10.00 AUD

Barnes & Noble. New York. 1998. 1st US edition of the 1997 French original Les Plus Beaux Voiliers du Monde. 192 PP with 20 b/w and 231 colour illustrations. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 29.7 x 24.7. 0760709289

From the British three-masted schooner Adix to the Polish three-masted staysail schooner Zawisza Czarny.

74404
RAMSAY, Robert
ROUGH AND TUMBLE ON OLD CLIPPER SHIPS
$35.00 AUD

D. Appleton. New York. 1930. 1st Ed. (14), 297 PP, plus 6 b/w plates. Fp: The "Glory of the Seas". Cloth covers, gilt illustration and title on front board, gilt title on spine (somewhat dulled). Light foxing on outside page edges, o/wise a very good clean copy. Scarce. 21 x 14.

Experiences at sea of the author, beginning in 1865. First port of call, Melbourne in March 1866 ...

15278
RANDIER, Jean
PHARES CARRES - Journal de Bord des Grands Voiliers
$30.00 AUD

Gallimard. Paris. 1992. 1st Ed. 164 PP with b/w photos. Eps: Facsimile page of a log book. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj. French text. Fine. 31.8 x 24.5. 2070602702

Seamen of the windjammer trade. Life at sea and in port. The roaring forties & the Horn. The cargoes: coal from Wales, nitrate from Chile, grain from US Pacific coast, grain & wool from Australia, the Western approaches: Queenstown, Falmouth...

30431
RANDIER, Jean
MEN AND SHIPS AROUND CAPE HORN 1616-1939
$50.00 AUD

David McKay. New York. 1969. 1st US edition. Tranlated from the 1966 French original by M. W. B. Sanderson. 360 PP with b/w & colour illust. throughout. Eps: Chart of Straits of Magellan & Tierra del Fuego. Cloth cover, price-clipped dust jacket. A near fine copy. 25.5 x 21.

One of the best anthologies written on tall ships and their struggles rounding the Horn.

42110
RANDIER, Jean
MEN AND SHIPS AROUND CAPE HORN 1616-1939
$25.00 AUD

Arthur Barker Limited. London. 1968. 1st UK edition of the 1966 French original "Hommes et Navires au Cap Horn 1616-1939". 360 PP with b/w & colour illustrations. Eps: Chart of Straits of Magellan & Tierra del Fuego. Cloth cover. Name and addess of previous owner on FFEP, o/wise a near fine copy. 25.5 x 21. 213764768

One of the best anthologies written on tall ships and their struggles rounding the Horn.

22328
RATHE, Gustave
THE WRECK OF THE BARQUE 'STEFANO' OFF THE NORTH-WEST CAPE OF AUSTRALIA IN 1875
$25.00 AUD

Farrar, Straus & Giroux. New York. 1992. 1st US Ed. XIX, (3), 136 PP with 1 map & 16 b/w illust. in text plus 8 pages with 7 colour illust. Hard cover, gilt title on cloth spine, dj. Faint foxing spots on top outside edges, o/wise fine. 23.5 x 15.4. 0374385858

Shipwreck of the Croatian barque "Stefano" registered in Dubrovnick, in October 1875, off Point Cloates. ... the survival of the castaway on this inhospitable coast.

70042
RICHARDS, Captain James & Marlene, and HUSTVEDT, Eric
THE SEA IN MY BLOOD - The Life and Times of Captain Andy Publicover
$20.00 AUD

Lancelot Press. Hantsport, Nova Scotia. 1987. 1st Ed. 123 PP with 3 plans, plus XX plates with 1 letterhead, 5 maps and 32 photos. Soft cover, pictorial front cover. Foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. 20.3 x 13.9. 0889993424

60941
RICKARD, Alan
THE EMIGRANT and other poems
$15.00 AUD

Westbrook Publishing Katoomba. 1993. 1st Ed. (4), 18, (2 blank) PP. Soft cover, illustrated front. Signed by the author on title page. Very good. 19.5 x 13.

16 Poems.

70882
RIED, Walter
SEGLER DER SIEBEN MEERE - eine Weltgeschichte der Segelschiffahrt mit einer Darstellung der Segelfahrzeuge aller Ozeane
$30.00 AUD

Stalling Verlag Gmbh. Oldenburg. 1981. 1st Ed. Introduction by Dr. Walter Ried. 239 PP with b/w illustrations (4 sketch maps on double page, and 551 drawings, engravings, etchings, paintings and photos). Cloth cover, dj. German text. Faint foxing. Near fine. 30.5 x 24. 3797915209

Sailing ships of the Seven Seas.

47234
ROBINSON, Richard (editor)
TRAVELLERS IN TIME: Seven Epic Stories of Early Exploration
$15.00 AUD

Queen Anne Press. London. 1986. 1st Ed. 160 PP with 4 maps and 75 bw illust. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Faint foxing on outside edges. Near fine. 21.8 x 20. 0356127982

Storm, Cape Horn: The Voyage of the Peking from Hamburg to Chile via Cape Horn, 1929-30, by Captain Irving Johnson. The Home of the Blizzard: Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-14, by Sir Douglas Mawson. Under the Sea: Submarine Adventures and Undersea Film-Making, 1913, by John Williamson...

16266
ROGERS, Stanley
THE SAILING SHIP, A study in Beauty
$20.00 AUD

Harper & Brothers. New York. 1950. 1st Ed. IX, (3), 98 PP with 9 head pieces and 20 line drawings, plus 8 colour plates (illust. by author). Fp (in colour): Stern of a 17th century Ship. Title page: Galleon. Cloth cover, device (a sea-horse) in blind on front cover, gilt title on spine. Faint foxing. Near fine. 28.5 x 22.

The sailing ship: evolution, anatomy (hull, rigging, sail..), decorations (figureheads, carvings), art of the shipwright...

44209
ROUSE, Alan
SAIL THE TALL SHIPS
$15.00 AUD

Seafarers Books. London. 1976. 1st Ed. XVI, 141 PP with 6 silhouettes and 18 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj (price-clipped). Fine. 22 x 14.

All you need to know if planning an adventure cruise on a tall ship.

74417
ROWE, Nigel, DADSWELL, Ron, MUDIE, Colin & RAUWORTH, Michael
TALL SHIPS TODAY, Their Remarkable Story
$45.00 AUD

Adlard Coles Nautical. London. 2014. 1st Ed. Preface by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Forewords by Douglas Prothero and Sir Robin Knox-Johnston. 224 PP with 2 b/w photos and colour illustrations (drawings and artworks, paintings, photos). Hard covers, dj. Dust jacket with a few nicks, chips at bottom, o/wise near fine. 31.5 x 23. 9781472903464

Tall Ships and Sail Training.

75301
ROWLANDS, Captain Einion (Taffy) & FOSTER, Kate / LONGHURST, Captain Digby
TALL SHIPS AUSTRALIA 1998 - CAPTAINS HANDBOOK Sydney and Hobart
$20.00 AUD

Tall Ships Australia 1998. Hobart, Tasmania. 1998. 1st Ed. Welcome messages of the Premiers of New South Wales and Tasmania, and Dr. Ken Moss, Chairman.. 78 PP. Soft covers, illustrated front, clear plastic protection, spiral bound. Fine. 29.8 x 21.5.

45712
SALMON, Tom (Introduction)
UNDER SAIL
$10.00 AUD

BBC Publications. London. 1986. 1st Ed. 160 PP with 48 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 22.8 x 15.6. 0563204931

Training under sail, by John H. Hamilton... The Great J-Class by Ian Dear... Old Gaffers for ever, by Robert Simper...

73024
SARGENT, John R.
REBIRTH OF A LADY - The "Lady Nelson" Project
$35.00 AUD

J. R. Sargent. Bellerive, Tad. 1998. 1st edition limited to 500 copies. (2), 122, (12) PP with b/w illust. (drawings, facsimile of documents, plans and 55 photos). Pictorial card cover. Dedicatory note on title page signed by the author. Erratum at bottom of last page. Fine. 20.8 x 14.5. From conception to rebirth: 1960 to Launch. Reflections and recollections.

17868
LE SCAL, Yves
AU TEMPS DES GRANDS VOILIERS 1850-1920
$30.00 AUD

André Barret éditeur. Paris. 1977. 1st edition in Collection "Trésors de la Photographie". 190 PP, profusely illustrated with b/w photos. Cloth cover, dj. Dust Jacket with chips and repaired tears. Contents near fine. French text. Oblong: 24.5 x 31.

Testimony of the life and hardship on board the tall ships rounding the Horn.

36628
SCARR, Deryck
THE MAJESTY OF COLOUR: A Life of Sir John Bates Thurston - Volume One: I, The Very Bayonet
$25.00 AUD

Australian National University Press. Canberra. 1973. 1st Ed. XXX, 370 PP with 3 maps, plus 8 pages with 18 b/w photos. Fp: Portrait of Na Kena Vai. Cloth cover, device on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket lightly rubbed, o/wise near fine. 24.1 x 15.5. 0708107044

Rose to the position of Governor of Fiji, and High Commissioner of the Western Pacific. In 1849, went at sea as a 13 year-old apprentice on a barque from Liverpool shipowner J.J. Melhuish... Shipwrecked on Rotuma Island in 1865...

37376
SELIGMAN, Adrian
THE VOYAGE OF THE CAP PILAR
$5.00 AUD

Hodder and Stoughton. London. 1941. 2nd edition of the 1939 original. 320 PP with 1 illustration and 12 maps. Fp: Cap Pilar, homeward bound. FEP: Map of the Route of the Cap Pilar. Cloth cover. Library stamp on front endpaper, renewed rear endpaper. Foxing throughout. Good reading copy. 18 x 12.

The tale of 17 young men and a girl who went sailing to the South Seas (October 1936 to September 1938).

35362
SERVER, Dean
TALL SHIPS - The Magic of Sail
$10.00 AUD

Todtri. New York. 1999. 1st Ed. 128 PP with 3 b/w and 97 Colour illustrations. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Fine. 30.6 x 23. 1577171241

Evolution of the Tall Ship. Fundamentals of the Great ships... Tall Ships today: a portfolio (19 colour photos).

36062
SEVERIN, Tim
THE SINDBAD VOYAGE
$5.00 AUD

Arena Book. London. 1983. 1st paperback edition of the 1982 original. 240 PP with 1 map on double page, 2 pages of plans of the Sohar and 15 b/w illustrations, plus 16 pages with 25 colour photos. Pictorial card cover. Very good. 19.2 x 12.5. 99322900

The building of Sohar (birth place of Sindbad), the re-enactment voyage from Oman to Canton (1980-81), in the footsteps of the early Arab navigators.

16339
SEXTON, Rae
BEFORE THE WIND - Tracing the impact on a small community and shipping company by the shipwreck in 1888 of the Star of Greece
$10.00 AUD

Australasian Maritime Historical Society. Adelaide. 1982. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Ronald Parsons. X, 110 PP with 1 map, 17 b/w photos and drawings. Fp: Construction plans & rigging plans of the Star of Greece. Eps: Sketch showing the total wreck of the Star of Greece. Hard cover, illustrated front cover. Few foxing spots on outside edges. Fine. 21 x 13.8. 0959944834

Wrecked off Willunga, South Australia, on Fiday the 13th of July 1888.

41485
SEXTON, Rae
BEFORE THE WIND - Tracing the impact on a small community and shipping company by the shipwreck in 1888 of the Star of Greece
$20.00 AUD

Australasian Maritime Historical Society. Adelaide. 1982. 1st edition numbered and signed. X, 110 PP with 1 map, 17 b/w photos and drawings. Fp: Construction plans & rigging plans of the Star of Greece. Eps: Sketches showing the total wreck of the Star of Greece. Hard cover, illustrated front. Copy No. 197 with signature of the author on verso of title page. Few foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. 21 x 13.8. 0959944834

Shipwrecked off Willunga, South Australia, on Friday the 13th of July, 1888.

22338
SHALIMAR (F.C. HENDRY)
DOWN TO THE SEA
$30.00 AUD

William Blackwood & Sons. Edinburgh and London. 1937. 1st Ed. (6), 618 PP. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Spine sunned and soiled. Foxing spots on outside edges. Signature and brief note on front endpaper. A very good clean copy. Image shows title-page. 19 x 13.

Grim and thrilling narratives by this foremost writer of sea stories.

41513
SHALIMAR, (F.C. HENDRY)
DEEP SEAS AND SHOAL RIVERS
$60.00 AUD

William Blackwood. Edinburgh. 1949. 1st Ed. (6), 496 PP. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Dust jacket is chipped with a few small pieces missing and is in a protective sleeve. Dedicatory note on title-page dated 1951. A few light spots on outside page edges, o/wise contents near fine. Scarce with the dust jacket. 19 x 12.5.

Twenty tales of the sea including: Looting an island (Ichaboe), Easting Down or how to replace a propeller at sea between the Cape of Good Hope & Port Pirie....

67140
SHARP, Donald B., WARBURTON III, Barclay H., STANFORD, Peter ...
TALL SHIPS PACIFIC - The Official Souvenir Book and Program
$20.00 AUD

American Sail Training Association. Newport, Rhode Island. 1978. 1st Ed. 80 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 27.3 x 21.7.

Pages 4 to 19: Captain Cook - A Modest, Methodical , Remarkable Man, by Donald. B. Sharp. Pages 20 to 29: Sail Training and the Tall Ships races, by Barclay H. Warburton. Three centuries of Sailing Ships, by Michael Levitt.

69887
SHIPLOVERS' SOCIETY OF VICTORIA
THE DOG WATCH - No. 56
$15.00 AUD

Shiplovers' Society of Victoria. Melbourne. 1999. Issue No. 56 of The Journal of the Shiplovers' Society of Victoria. 117 PP with c. 30 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover ("Eye of the Wind" heads East about Cape Horn). Near fine. 21.3 x 14.5.

Issue on: Sydney-Hobart Yacht Race - 1998, by Bruce E. Taylor. The Barque "Star of India". Antarctic Whaling 1946-1949, by Captain J. Abernethy. Falkland Islands visit by "Eye of the Wind" in 1991.

70527
SHIPLOVERS' SOCIETY OF VICTORIA
THE ANNUAL DOG WATCH - Volume 43
$10.00 AUD

Shiplovers' Society of Victoria. Melbourne. 1986. Issue No. 43. Edited by S.A.E. Strom & K. Shewan. Foreword by Captain R.J.F. McDonell. Vol. 43: 132 PP. Pictorial stiff cover (s.s. Abel Tasman). Very good. 21 x 14.5.

Up for Second Mate, by E. Moodie-Heddle. Voyage in Wongala, by Desmond Jackson. ... Olivebank remembered, by Alan Glover. ...

71503
SHIPLOVERS' SOCIETY OF VICTORIA
THE ANNUAL DOG WATCH - Volume 16
$15.00 AUD

Shiplovers' Society of Victoria. Melbourne. 1959. Issue No. 16 of "The Journal of the Shiplovers' Society of Victoria". Edited by S.A.E. Strom. XVIII, 19-144 PP with b/w illustrations. 21 x 14.5.

Pages 58 to 70: Wreck of the "Dundonald" on Disappointment Island, Auckland Islands, as told to Captain W.E. Eglen, by John Judge, A.B., survivor. ... Page 76 to 83: The S. N. Castle calls at Port Taiohae, Marquesas Islands, by Captain Fred Klebingat.

73363
SHIPLOVERS' SOCIETY OF VICTORIA
THE ANNUAL DOG WATCH - Volume 19
$15.00 AUD

Shiplovers' Society of Victoria. Melbourne. 1962. Issue No. 19 of "The Journal of the Shiplovers' Society of Victoria". Edited by S.A.E. Strom. Foreword by Captain S. Svensson. XVIII, 19-136 PP with b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover (The "Esmeralda" outside Sydney Heads, May 1961). Very good. 21 x 14.5.

A Gippsland Lakes Pioneer, by H.A. Bull.

74962
SHIPLOVERS' SOCIETY OF VICTORIA
THE ANNUAL DOG WATCH - Volume 14
$10.00 AUD

Shiplovers' Society of Victoria. Melbourne. 1957. 1st Ed. Edited by S.A.E. Ström. Foreword by the Hon. Sir Thomas White. Vol. 14: 144 PP with 10 b/w photos (3 of them of tall ships).. Illustrated soft covers (front cover: Training Ship Medway). Covers slightly rubbed. Very good. 21.5 x 14.

Contents include: More about about the "Annie Larsen", by Captain John F. Moodie Heddle. "Falls of Clyde", by Captain F. Klebingat... Hobby at sea: Speleology (Cave Exploration) by Captain Brett Hilder.

10853
SIMPER, Robert
SAIL - The Surviving Tradition
$10.00 AUD

Conway. London. 1984. 1st Ed. 161 PP with 142 b/w illust. (3 engravings, 139 photos). Fp: Aloft on the Barque Passat. Half-title page: Kruzenstern & Peking. FEP: The wooden kotter Wilhelmina, the steel klipper Aja and the steel tjalk Anna Roosje. REP: On board the barque Marques approaching Harwich. Hard cover, dj. Fine. 24.5 x 19. 0851773176

The Golden Age of sail - Training under sail... Working sail.

69462
SMITH, David E.
TALL SHIPS ON CAMERA: The Photographs of David E. Smith
$15.00 AUD

National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside. Liverpool. 1992. 1st Ed., with an introduction by David Williams. 64 PP with b/w illustrations (1 portrait and 49 photos of tall ships). Pictorial card cover. Near fine. 29.7 x 21. 0906367557

Catalogue of an exhibition held in 1992 to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Columbus voyage of Discovery to the Americas.

40725
SMITH, James Montagu
SEND THE BOY TO SEA - The Memoirs of a Sailor on the Goldfields
$20.00 AUD

Five Mile Press. Melbourne. 2001. 1st Ed. Introduction, notes and epilogue by Peter Cuffley. XIV, 322 PP with 1 b/w illustration and 5 extracts of logbooks, plus 8 pages with 24 b/w illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 23 x 15. 1865035661

4 voyages to Australia, and 1 coastal crossing. Ship Lancastrian, in 1851. Transport ship Sir Robert Seppings, in 1852. Passage in the barque Chicora from Melbourne to London in 1854. Clipper ship Red Jacket from Liverpool to Melbourne in 1855. Passage on the paddle-steamer London from Melbourne to Sydney, in 1856. Passage from Sydney to London on the ship La Hogue in 1857.

74452
SMITH, John
CONDEMNED AT STANLEY - Notes and Sketches on the Hulks and Wrecks at Port Stanley, Falkland Islands
$45.00 AUD

National Maritime Historic Society. New York / San Francisco . 1973. 1st Ed. Introduction bt Karl Kortum, San Francisco Maritime Museum. (2), V, 33 PP with b/w illustrations: 1 sketch plan of Stanley Harbour, the centrefold " Stanley, 24th February, 1871", 18 drawings and 5 figures (drawings of capstan). Illustrated soft covers. Fine. 23 x 15.2.

60573
SPURLING, J. & LUBBOCK, Basil
SAIL - The Romance of the Clipper Ships (in Three Volumes)
$500.00 AUD

The Blue Peter Publishing / Publications Ltd. London. 1930, 1933 & 1936. Volume I: 3rd imression (1000 copies) in April 1930 of the July 1927 original. Edited by F.A. Hook. Introduction by C. Fox Smith. XII, 154 PP with 1 figure, plus a large folded chart at rear, and 31 plates on full page by Jack Spurling (1 b/w and 30 colour). Fp: Ship "Argonaut" with the square-rigged SS "Mooltan". FEP: Windjammer and cargo freighter. REP: Windjammer and trawler. Volume II: 2nd impression (1000 copies) in February 1933 of the 1929 original. Edited by F. A. Hook. Pictures by C. Fox Smith. VIII, 152, (14) PP with 5 b/w plates by Paasch, plus a large folded chart at rear and 31 plates on full page by Jack Spurling (1 b/w and 30 in colour). Fp: The Flying Squadron. FEP: Windjammer and cargo freighter. REP: Windjammer and tawler. Volume III: 1st impression of April 1936. Edited by Alexander Campbell. When the Ports were filled with Loveliness ..., by C. Fox Smith. X, 102 PP, plus 1 large folded chart at rear and 19 plates on full page by Jack Spurling (1 b/w and 18 in colour). Fp: Cutty Sark. FEP: Windjammer and Trawler. REP: Windjammer and cargo freighter. Endpapers by W. M. Birchall. Original blue cloth covers, gilt decoration and title on front cover and spines which have been rebacked in modern cloth, gilt decoration (Blue Peter) on back cover. Nice handwritten dedicatory note dated 1942 on the verso of the free fly of each front endpaper. Very clean and overall, a very good set. Scarce. This is a heavy item and postage will be higher than usual. Please ask for a quote. 31.3 x 26.

71892
STAMMERS, Michael
SAIL ON THE MERSEY
$20.00 AUD

Countyvise Limited. Liverpool. 1984. 1st Ed. 36 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings, engravings, paintings and photos). Pictorial soft covers. Near fine. 29.2 x 21.2. 0907768857

71611
STAMMERS, Michael K.
THE PASSAGE MAKERS
$110.00 AUD

Teredo Books. Brighton, Sussex. 1978. 1st Ed., with an introduction by Ross Osmond. XX, (2), 508 PP with 96 b/w & 22 colour illustrations. FEP: The meeting of the Vision and the Schomberg near the line. REP: Plan of the Liverpool and Birkenhead Dock Estate. Cloth cover, gilt device on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price clipped). Dust jacket has a small rub at top near spine and is in a protective plastic sleeve. A near fine copy of a scarce item. 25 x 19. 090366206X

Sub-title: The history of the Black Ball Line of Australian Packets, 1852-1871; of the men who founded the Company and guided its fortunes; of their ships and captains, some of whom were amongst the most famous in the annals of Maritime History and many of which have received little notice, of the emigrants both in the days of the Gold Rush and afterwards, and of the other ventures of this outstanding Shipping Company, together with the background to its operation.

71174
STANTON, Harley
MY CATHEDRAL IN THE SEA - A History of the Conway
$45.00 AUD

Forty South Publishing. Hobart. 2019. 1st Ed. XVIII, 222 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. FEP: Map UK to Australia with "The Last of England ". REP: Map UK to Australia with "Sydney Cove". Pictorial boards "Men furling sails in high seas on the Garthsnaid". New. 24.5 x 21.5. 9780648532897

Conway built 1851 in Saint John, New Brunswick ... Abandoned in the North Atlantic in 1875. 5 crossings to Australia.

20479
STEVENS, Errol Wayne (editor)
INCIDENTS OF A VOYAGE TO CALIFORNIA 1849 - A diary of a travel aboard the bark Hersilia, and in Sacramento, 1850
$15.00 AUD

The Western History Association. Los Angeles, Ca. USA. 1987. 1st Ed., with a foreword by Martin Ridge. 44, (2), PP with 1 b/w illust & 2 facsimiles of documents. Fp: Page one of the Hersilia diary. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover. Fine. 23.5 x 15.5.

Sailed from Providence, Rhodes Island, on 8th January 1849, left New York on 22nd January, calls at Santa Catarina off the coast of Brazil and Valparaiso in Chile, arrived San Francisco 9th August 1849.

62563
STOBART, John
Windjammer: TUSITALA (colour print)
$10.00 AUD

Mobil Oil Corporation. New York. c. 1970. Print on art paper of a colour painting by John Stobart. Near fine. Oblong format: 35.5 x 51.

62556
STOBART, John, SOMERSCALES, Thomas & CROSS, Roy
"SAILING SHIPS" - Prints in colour from a BP CALENDAR
$15.00 AUD

British Petroleum. London. c. 1980. 7 PP, including 6 "Frameable" prints in colour. Fine. Oblong format: 31.5 x 42.5.

6 prints of sailing ships details on each painter and their paintings in English. Thomas Somerscales: A Barque running before a Gale. John Stobart: Atlantic Packet Ship in the Setting - Ariel and Taeping. Roy Cross: American Black Ball Line - Mediterranean Trade - U.S. Naval Frigate Constellation.

35344
SUDBURY, Neil (editor)
RETURN OF THE BOUNTY - Flagship of the Fleet
$5.00 AUD

Australian Hi-Fi Publications. Sydney. 1988. 1st Ed. 1988 Commemorative Edition. 64 PP with 6 pages of advertising material, 25 b/w illust. and 46 colour photos. Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 27.5 x 21.2. 0959126120

Pictorial souvenir. Re-enactement Fleet of 1987/1988.

18528
SVENSSON, Sam
SAILS THROUGH THE CENTURIES
$10.00 AUD

Macmillan. New York. 1965. 1st US Ed. 116 PP with 68 illustrations by Gordon Macfie (1 figurehead, 7 b/w pen and ink, and 60 colour line drawings). Decorated hard cover. Fine. 19.2 x 18.8.

Various types of vessels and their historical backgrounds.

49510
SWAN, Rear Admiral Rothesay (editor)
TALL SHIPS - AUSTRALIA - 1988
$5.00 AUD

Australian Bicentennial Authority. Sydney. c. 1987. 1st Ed. No pagination, 14 PP with colour illustration (1 cutaway on a double page, 2 sketch plans, 8 ships types and 19 photos). Inside back cover: Map of Australia. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 21 x 21.

Invitation to participate in the Tall Ship gathering organised for the 1988 bicentennial celebration of Australia.

20929
SWAN, Rear Admiral Rothesay, ROWLANDS, Taffy, & LUKAS, Isabel
TALL SHIPS - AUSTRALIA - 1988 / A BULLETIN
$5.00 AUD

Australian Bicentennial Authority. Sydney. 1988. 1st Ed. 112 PP with b/w & colour illustrations. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 27.5 x 20.

Tall ship gathering for the 1988 bicentennial celebration of Australia.

62170
TALL SHIPS
THE SAILING SHIPS OF THE WORLD
$20.00 AUD

1976. 1st Ed. 96 PP with b/w illustrations (3 profiles and 14 photos) and colour illustrations: 2 drawings by Ryo, 1 plate with 14 knots, 1 Mast and Sail plans of the Nippon Maru (on double page), 17 profiles of sailing ships and 111 photos (6 on double page). Laminated boards, title on front board and spine, dj. Japanese text, with the exception of the name of the ships and 2 pages with details of these ships. Fine. 29.5 x 22.7.

69192
TAYLOR, Joely
BACKTRACKS: Recollections of remarkable Australians
$15.00 AUD

Billycan Press / Well Writ. Melbourne. 2015. 1st Ed. (6), 90 PP with 26 b/w illustrations: 1 cartoon, 8 portraits and 17 photos. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 23.3 x 15.3. 9780994237026

4 remarkable Australians: Captain Donald L. Garnham, Cape Horner. Jean Nysen (McKenzie), WRANS. ...

36892
THIELE, Ron
KETCH HAND - Life aboard the little ships of the South Australian Gulfs
$10.00 AUD

Graeme Andrews Productions. Epping, NSW. c. 1970. 1st Ed. 48 PP with 19 b/w photos. Inside front cover: The last Gulf Ketch "Annie Watt". Pictorial soft cover. Near fine. 23 x 15.6.

Details of 43 South Australian Ketches, on pages 47, 48 and the inside of the back cover.

15982
THOMAS, Mifflin
SCHOONER FROM WINDWARD - Two Centuries of Hawaiian Inter-island Shipping
$15.00 AUD

University of Hawaii Press. Honolulu. 1983. 1st Ed. (8), 239 PP with 7 maps & 66 b/w illust. Hard cover, dj. Neat name of previous owner at top of FFEP, o/wise a fine copy. 24.2 x 21.5. 0824807995

The transition from canoe to sailing ship, to the steam ship followed by the tug & barge combination, intermingled with the history of the archipelago.

17901
TOGHILL, Jeff
THE JAMES CRAIG - Her history, recovery and restoration
$5.00 AUD

Reed. Sydney. 1979. Reprint of the 1978 original. 32 PP with 1 ship profile, 1 map, 9 bw and 48 col. photos in text. Inside back cover: 2 bw photos of the James Craig under full canvas, and in her port of registry. Pictorial soft cover (painting of James Craig by Oswald Brett). Fine. 24 x 18.5. 0589500597

Launched 18 February 1874 as Clan Macleod from the Sunderland shipyard. Sold to J.J. Craig shipowner of Auckland New Zealand 15 August 1899 and renamed James Craig on 14 December 1905...

33753
TOGHILL, Jeff
THE JAMES CRAIG - Her history, recovery and restoration
$10.00 AUD

Reed. Sydney. 1978. 1st Ed. 32 PP with 1 ship profile, 1 map, 9 b/w and 48 colour photos. Inside back cover: 2 b/w photos of the James Craig: under full canvas, and in her port of registry. Pictorial soft cover (painting of James Craig by Oswald Brett). Covers with light wear, o/wise very good. 24 x 18.5. 0589500597

Launched 18 February 1874 as Clan Macleod from the Sunderland shipyard. Sold to J.J. Craig shipowner of Auckland New Zealand 15 August 1899 and renamed James Craig on 14 December 1905...

48940
TRACY, Nicholas (editor)
THE AGE OF SAIL - The International Annual of the Historic Sailing Ship. Volume I: 2002-2003
$30.00 AUD

Conway Maritime Press. London. 2002. 1st Ed. 208 PP with b/w illustrations. Fp: The barque-rigged merchantman Rona. Hard cover, pictorial dj. Fine. 27.5 x 20. 0851779255

12 feature articles: Naval surgery in the Time of Nelson by Surgeon Admiral Sr James Watt ... Marine Plates from the Microcosm... The most uncomfortable ship: A Voyage aboard the Polly Woodside in 1904, by Ann Gibson.

59120
UNDERHILL, Harold A.
MASTING AND RIGGING - The Clipper Ship & Ocean Carrier
$40.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1958. Reprint of the 1946 original. X, (2), 304 PP with 22 tables, 181 figures and 50 b/w plates, plus 1 large folded b/w plate (No. 51). Fp: Ship "Mount Stewart". Cloth cover, title in blind on front cover and gilt on spine. Signature of previous owner on FFEP. A very good clean copy. 24.8 x 18.5.

With authentic plans, working drawings and details of the nineteenth and twentieth century sailing ship.

73899
UNDERHILL, Harold A.
DEEP WATER SAIL
$40.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1969. Reprint of The 2nd edition of 1963. XXIX, (3), 302 PP, plus 59 plates with 100 b/w illustrations. plus 100 plates on construction, rigging, sail plans (28 of them large folded plans)... Fp: Mediterranean schooner. Cloth covers, title in blind on front board and gilt on spine, dj. Sellotape marks on endpapers, and inside dust jacket. which is now in a protective sleeve. Foxing spots and light soiling on outside edges. Contents are very clean and near fine. 24 x 18.5. 085174172X

Covers types from Tasmania to Canada, from the Pacific islands to Scandinavia.

73379
van DISHOECK, Evert (compiler)
STAD AMSTERDAM - Sailtraining Clipper "Stad Amsterdam" : November 2016 - January 2017
$25.00 AUD

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

Manual of practical information for sail training on board.

43017
VILLIERS, A. J.
SEA-DOGS OF TO-DAY
$45.00 AUD

George G. Harrap. London. 1932. 1st Ed. 284 PP, plus 40 pages with 32 b/w photos. Fp: Jim the Londoner. Cloth cover with light wear, gilt title on spine. Name of previous owner on front endpaper. Light foxing, o/wise contents are near fine. A scarce first edition. 21.5 x 14.8.

Stories: Larsen, Master Whaler. Gustaf Erikson of Mariehamn. The John Steward Line of square-riggers... Crossing the Atlantic by yacht.

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.

15310
VILLIERS, Alan
VANISHED FLEETS, Sea Stories From Old Van Dieman's Land
$20.00 AUD

Cat & Fiddle Press. Hobart. 1974. Reprint of 1931 original. (XIV), 297 PP plus 16 pages with 20 b/w photos. Fp: Hobart. Eps: A chart of Tasmania. Cloth covers, gilt-engraved signature of Alan Villiers on front cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Foxing spots on outside edges. Near fine. 22 x 14.5. 0858530163

A survey of the maritime history of Tasmania. Earlier days, convict ships, whalers, clippers & later days.

15382
VILLIERS, Alan
THE WAR WITH CAPE HORN
$45.00 AUD

Charles Scribner's Sons. New York. 1971. 1st US edition. XXIV, (2), 338 PP with 1 sketch, plus 66 pages with 6 maps & 74 b/w illustrations by Adrian Small. FEP: A chart of the Atlantic and Indian Ocean. REP: Pacific Ocean Chart. Cloth cover, dj (price clipped). Dust jacket with a rubbed patch at top of front cover. Neeat note on lower part of half title page. Still a nice clean copy 23.5 x 15.5. 0684106248

The great square-rigged ships which battled the Horn at the beginning of this century: bravery, endurance, neglect. The last trades: nitrate, guano.

18672
VILLIERS, Alan
SEA-DOGS OF TO-DAY
$20.00 AUD

George G. Harrap. London. 1934. Reprint of 1932 original. 284 PP with 32 half tone photographs. Fp: Jim the Londoner. Cloth cover. Covers soiled, spine faded. Dedicatory note on inside front cover. Foxing throughout although not affecting plates, o/wise a very good clean copy. Image shows title-page and frontispiece. 21.5 x 14.8.

The story of Larsen, Master Whaler Gustaf Erikson of Marieham, the John Steward Line of square-riggers...

19873
VILLIERS, Alan
CONVICT SHIPS AND SAILORS
$45.00 AUD

Philip Allan & Co London. 1936. 1st "Nautilus Library" edition No. 32, of the 1931 original "Vanished Fleets". 192 PP. Cloth cover, dj. Foxing spots on outside edges. Faint sellotape marks on endpapers. Copy with the scarce dust jacket. Very good. Small format. 17.4 x 11.5.

30390
VILLIERS, Alan
BY WAY OF CAPE HORN
$25.00 AUD

Ibex / Heritage Book Group. Melbourne. 1996. Reprint of the 1930 original, with a 1952 preface by the author. 265 PP with 1 map on double page, plus 16 pages with 31 b/w photos by Ronald Gregory Walker and Alan Villiers. Hard cover, dj. Spine of dust jacket is lightly sunned, o/wise a fine copy. 22.3 x 14.2.

The author's first deep sea voyage on the tall ship "Grace Harwar" April to September 1929 from Wallaroo (South Australia) to Queenstown (Ireland).

30391
VILLIERS, Alan
THE SET OF THE SAILS, The Story of a Cape Horn Seaman
$20.00 AUD

Ibex / Heritage Book Group. Melbourne. 1997. Reprint of the 1949 original. 247 PP with 1 map, plus 12 pages with 17 b/w photos by the author. FEP: The voyages of the Grace Harwar, the Parma, the Joseph Conrad, and the Arab Dhows. REP: The voyages of the Rothesay Bay, the Bellands, the Lawhill and the Herzogin Cecilie. Hard cover, dj. Faint foxing on top outside edge. Near fine. 22.2 x 14. 1875689036

The autobiography of a Cape Horn seaman in the last days of sail.

30772
VILLIERS, Alan
THE SET OF THE SAILS, The Story of a Cape Horn Seaman
$35.00 AUD

Hodder & Stoughton. London. 1950. Second impression of 1949 original. 247 PP with 1 map, plus 24 pages with 32 b/w photos. Top edge tinted. Fp: The Set of the Sails. Eps: Mappe monde with route of some tall ships. Cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket has a few chips and small pieces missing and is in a protective sleeve. Contents are near fine. 22.8 x 15.5.

The life at sea under sail of Capt. Alan Villiers.

30773
VILLIERS, Alan
THE SET OF THE SAILS, The Story of a Cape Horn Seaman
$10.00 AUD

White Lion. London. 1974. Reprint of the 1949 original. 247 PP with 1 map, plus 24 pages with 32 b/w photos. Hard cover, dj. (price clipped). Name of previous owner on title page. Faint foxing. Renewed endpapers. Very good. 22.2 x 14. 0856171352

The life at sea under sail of Capt. Alan Villiers.

40387
VILLIERS, Alan
THE CUTTY SARK - Last of a Glorious Era
$20.00 AUD

Hodder & Stoughton. London. 1957. 3rd impression of the 1953 original. 96 PP, plus 16 pages with 33 b/w illustrations. Cloth cover, dj. Front of dust jacket with rubbed part and spine with 3 pieces missing, now in a protective sleeve. Occasional foxing. Very good. 21.4 x 14.

The career of this clipper from her construction in 1869 to 1952 when the Cutty Sark Preservation Society took her over to keep as a tribute to the Merchant Navy.

41358
VILLIERS, Alan
THE SET OF THE SAILS - The Adventures of a Cape Horn Seaman
$5.00 AUD

Pan Books. London. 1956. 2nd printing of the 1955 paperback edition. 252 PP, (4 adverts) with 3 maps, plus 8 pages with 10 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Slight ageing of paper and light foxing. Very good. 17.5 x 11.2.

Autobiography of one of the last deep-water seamen.

45922
VILLIERS, Alan
GLORIE EN ONDERGANG VAN HET KAAP HOORN-SCHIP
$25.00 AUD

Uitgeverij C. De Boer Jr. Amsterdam. 1955. 1st Dutch edition of the 1953 original "The Way of a Ship", in the Bibliotheek der Zeven Zeeën series. 405 PP with 38 line drawings by Harold A. Underhill, plus 68 pages with 86 b/w photos. Cloth cover, gilt decoration on front cover and gilt title on spine, top edge tinted. Fold of front endpaper starting. Very good. Dutch text. 21.7 x 15.

The story of the Square-rigged Cape Horner...

49745
VILLIERS, Alan
GIVE ME A SHIP TO SAIL
$25.00 AUD

Hodder & Stoughton. London. 1958. 1st Ed. 256 PP, plus 14 pages with 28 b/w photos. Fp: Mayflower arriving in New York Harbour. Cloth cover, dj. Short dedicatory note on FFEP, otherwise a near fine copy in like dust jacket. Scarce. 21 x 14.

Adventures of this Australian author and seafarer while filming the movie Moby Dick and during the re-enactment of the voyage of the Mayflower, plus stories about far away places like the Maldives.

51541
VILLIERS, Alan
THE SET OF THE SAILS - The Adventures of a Cape Horn Seaman
$5.00 AUD

Pan Books. London. 1973. 3rd (Re-set) printing of the 1955 paperback edition. 284 PP with 3 maps, plus 8 pages with 10 b/w photos. Pictorial soft cover. Slight ageing of paper, light foxing. Very good. 17.2 x 11.2.

Autobiography of one of the last deep-water seamen.

53865
VILLIERS, Alan
AND NOT TO YIELD - A Story of the Outward Bound
$30.00 AUD

Hodder & Stoughton. London 1953. 1st Ed. 160 PP with 14 b/w illustrations by Jean Main & David Cobb. Fp: A photo of Warspite. Decorated hard cover, dj (price clipped). Dust jacket slightly rubbed. Squiggle on front endpaper. Faint foxng. Very good. 19.5 x 14.

A cruise of the training ketch Warspite around Ireland with 12 boys from the Outward Bound Sea School, of Aberdovey.

64779
VILLIERS, Alan
LAST OF THE WIND SHIPS
$120.00 AUD

Routledge. London. 1934. 1st Ed. XVIII, 59, (3) PP with 2 figures on double page (Rough Chart of the Parma / Sail and Rigging sketch), plus 208 b/w plates with photos by author. Top edge tinted. Original cloth cover, (no dj), title on front board and a lightly sunned spine. Faint foxing, o/wise near fine. Scarce. 25.5 x 19.5.

Two voyages in the four-masted barque "Parma".

64780
VILLIERS, Alan
VOYAGE OF THE "PARMA" - The Great Grain Race of 1932
$100.00 AUD

Geoffrey Bles. London. 1933. 1st Ed. X, 261 PP, plus 32 pages with 31 b/w photos. Fp: The 'Parma' under sail. Blue cloth cover with a few marks, gilt title on front cover and on a lightly sunned spine. Slight ageing of paper and occasional foxing, o/wise contents near fine. Scarce. 25.5 x 19.5.

The voyage of the four-masted barque "Parma" in the grain race of the last of the sailing ships from Australia to the British Isles.

65477
VILLIERS, Alan
BY WAY OF CAPE HORN
$40.00 AUD

Henry Holt. New York. 1930. 4th printing in December 1930 of the May 1930 original. XII, 336 PP, plus 1 folded map at rear of book and 12 b/w plates with 23 b/w photos by Ronald Gregory Walker and the author. Fp: "Grace Harwar" under sail. Cloth cover a little soiled, (no dj). Spine lightly sunned. Occasional foxing. Contents near fine. Image shows title-page and frontispiece. 22.3 x 15.5.

The author's first deep sea voyage on the tall ship "Grace Harvar" April to September 1929 from Wallaroo (South Australia) to Queenstown (Ireland).

65991
VILLIERS, Alan
WILD OCEAN - The Story of the North Atlantic and the Men who Sailed It
$10.00 AUD

McGraw-Hill. New York. 1957. 1st US Ed. VI, (4), 326 PP, plus 12 Pages with 30 b/w illust. Illustrated title spread. FEP: Currents of the North Atlantic. REP: Prevailing January winds of the North Atlantic. Hard cover, dj (price clipped). Dust jacket with small chips and rubbed patches. Note on verso of front endpaper. Slight ageing of paper and foxing spots on outside edges. Very good. 21.8 x 15.

The turbulent and unpredictable ocean, the men and ships who challenged it.

69532
VILLIERS, Alan
OF SHIPS AND MEN - A Personal Anthology
$10.00 AUD

Arco Publishing. New York. 1965. 2nd printing of the 1964 US edition. 206 PP, plus 32 pages with 40 b/w photos. FEP: Deck of a square-rigger awash. REP: Deck of a cargo ship in rough seas. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price clipped and a little chipped). Top edge tinted and with a discoloured patch. Edges of covers with light speckles. Name of previous owner on half title page. Very good. 25.4 x 15.8.

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.

71754
VILLIERS, Alan
THE SET OF THE SAILS, The Story of a Cape Horn Seaman
$45.00 AUD

Hodder & Stoughton. London. 1949. 1st Ed. 247 PP with 1 map, plus 24 pages with 32 b/w photos. Fp: The Set of the Sails!. Top edge tinted. Eps: World map with route of some tall ships. Cloth cover, dj. Cloth cover is a little worn and rubbed around edges, dust jacket with parts missing and is in a protective sleeve. Foxing on some pages and edges. Very good. 22.8 x 15.5.

The life at sea under sail of Capt. Alan Villiers.

73717
VILLIERS, Alan
THE WAY OF A SHIP, The Story of the Square-rigged Cape Horner:
$75.00 AUD

Hodder & Stoughton. London. 1954. 1st UK edition. 287 PP with 38 line drawings, plus 48 pages with 74 bw photos. Fp: A Laeisz ship near Cape Horn. Eps: Sailing routes and system of ocean winds. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine, dj (price clipped). Dust jacket with short closed tears and in a protective sleeve. Faint foxing. A near fine copy and scarce with the dust jacket. 24 x 16.

... Being some Account of the Ultimate Developmentof the Ocean-going Square-Rigged Sailing Vessel, and the Manner of Her Handling, Her Voyage-Making, Her Personnel, Her Economics, Her Performance, and Her End.

74370
VILLIERS, Alan
SAILING EAGLE, The Story of the Coast Guard's Square-Rigger
$35.00 AUD

Charles Scribner's Sons. New York. 1955. 1st Ed. 192 PP with b/w illustrations: vignette on title page, 5 headpieces and 204 b/w photos (between pages 45 and 192). Fp: Coast Guard training bark Eagle under sail. Gilt-engraved cloth cover, gilt title on spine. Dust jacket pasted down on endpapers. Contents near fine. 24 x 16.6.

Interesting & factual account (history & description) of the Coast Guard and its training of men.

74462
VILLIERS, Alan
VOYAGING WITH THE WIND - An Introduction to Sailing Large Square-Rigged Ships
$45.00 AUD

HMSO / National Maritime Museum. London. 1975. 1st Ed. VIII, 62 PP with 4 maps (3 on double page), 1 diagram on full page. & 1 rigging plan, plus 4 pages with 8 b/w photos. Soft covers, pictorial front. Spine lightly sunned. Ex library copy with 3 stamps on preliminary page. Faint foxing on outside edges, o/wise contents near fine. 18 x 11. 0118807587

74467
VILLIERS, Alan
GRAIN RACE
$100.00 AUD

Charles Scribner's Sons. New York. 1938. Reprint of 1933 1st US edition. viii, (4), 331 PP plus 30 pages with 38 b/w photos and FP: "The Finnish four-masted barque Parma in the North Atlantic". Green cloth covers, gilt title on front cover on slightly dulled spine. Covers with shelf wear around edges and a little bumped at top corners, contents are near fine. Signed note "with all good wishes" by the author. A scarce signed copy. 22 x 15.

The last of the sailing-ships from Australia to the English Channel, completing the trilogy which included "Falmouth for Orders" and "By Way of Cape Horn".

74979
VILLIERS, Alan
MODERN MARINERS - SEA DOGS OF TO-DAY
$20.00 AUD

Garden City Publishing. New York. 1937. Reprint of 1932 original. XVIII, 325 PP, plus 12 pages with 20 b/w photographs. Fp: The American four-masted barque "Howard D. Troop". Cloth cover, silver decoration on front cover, title in silver lettering on spine. Dust jacket with repaired tears and in a protective sleeve. Foxing throughout although not affecting plates and o/wise a very good copy. 20.7 x 15..

The story of Larsen, Master Whaler / Gustaf Erikson of Marieham : the John Steward Line of square-riggers...

75012
VILLIERS, Alan
GRAIN RACE
$50.00 AUD

Charles Scribner's Sons. New York. 1933. 1st US edition (A). VIII, (4), 331 PP plus 30 pages with 38 b/w photos and FP: "The Finnish four-masted barque Parma in the North Atlantic". Cloth covers, gilt title on front cover and on a slightly dulled spine. Top outside edges tinted. Near fine. 22 x 15.

The last of the sailing-ships from Australia to the English Channel, completing the trilogy which included "Falmouth for Orders" and "By Way of Cape Horn".

51635
VILLIERS, Alan & PICARD, Henri
THE BOUNTY SHIPS OF FRANCE - The Story of the French Cape Horn Sailing Ships
$45.00 AUD

Charles Scribner's. New York. 1972. 1st US edition. 240 PP with 2 maps of France, 3 plans, and 57 b/w photos. FEP: Map of the French Sailing Ship World Showing the Principal Routes & Ports. REP: Sailing Plan & Sails of a Full-rigged ship. Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Faint foxing on outside edges. Near fine. 25.4 x 18.5. 684131846

Reasons for regular calls at Hobart. In Chapter I, the Australian Captain/Author found that The French were different.

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.

74369
VILLIERS, Alan J.
THE MAKING OF A SAILOR, The Photographic Story of Schoolsips Under Sail
$65.00 AUD

George Routledge & Sons Ltd. London. 1938. 1st Ed. 45, (3) PP, plus 191 plates with 203 b/w photos. Cloth covers, dj. Covers lightly soiled. Dust jacket is rubbed and soiled with pices missing on spine and is now a protective sleeve. Name of previous owner on front endpaper. A very good clean copy and a scarce first edition. 25.3 x 18.8.

Photos taken during the cruise of the "Joseph Conrad" in 1934-35-36 and on the Danish schoolship "Georg Stage".

74373
VILLIERS, Alan J.
THE MAKING OF A SAILOR, The Photographic Story of Schoolsips Under Sail
$180.00 AUD

George Routledge & Sons Ltd. London. 1938. 1st Ed. 45, (3) PP, plus 191 plates with 203 b/w photos. Cloth covers, dj. The dust jacket has chips and small pieces missing and is now in a protective sleeve. Dedicatory note signed by Alan Villiers on FFEP. Small bookseller stamp at bottom of title page. Faint foxing on prelims, otherwise a very nice signed copy of the first edition. Scarce. 25.3 x 18.8.

Photos taken during the cruise of the "Joseph Conrad" in 1934-35-36 and on the Danish schoolship "Georg Stage".

30928
VILLIERS, Capt. Alan
LOUIS DE ROCHEMONT'S WINDJAMMER, Including The School of the Sea and Sailing a Square-Rigger and LP musical score by Morton Gould
$30.00 AUD

Random House. New York. 1958. 1st Ed. 68 PP with b/w & colour illust. FEP: Track of the Christian Radich. REP: Fold-out photo of the Christian Radich in New York harbour. Laminated pictorial boards. Light wear around edges, o/wise near fine. 28.5 x 21.

The School of the Sea... Pages 6-11, and Sailing a Square-Rigger, Pages 49-51. Book on the CINEMIRACLE movie, filmed on board the Norwegian windjammer Christian Radich. Includes the accompanying LP 33rpm with the original musical score by Morton Gould.

18689
VILLIERS, Captain Alan
MEN, SHIPS AND THE SEA
$30.00 AUD

National Geographic Society. Washington. 1962. 1st Ed. Foreword by Melville Bell Grosvenor. 436 PP with 442 illustrations (260 in full colour and 27 maps). FEP: The anatomy of a sailing ship (Clipper Young America). REP: The Anatomy of a steamship (Cargo Passenger Liner Mormacpride). Decorated cloth cover, dj. Dust jacket with chips and rubbed patches and now in a protective sleeve. Contents are near fine. 28.7 x 19.8.

Man's ingenuity and courage to find a way to cross the oceans which cover more than two-thirds of the earth. A story of how the ship was fashioned, its evolution and Man's uses of it.

18452
WALKER, David
CHAMPION OF SAIL - R W Leyland and his Shipping Line
$15.00 AUD

Conway. London. 1986. 1st Ed. 191 PP with b/w illust. & fleet lists. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj. Fine. 26 x 20. 0851774024

History of this shipowner plus a history of late 19th century shipping. One chapter deals with the Wavertree and its restoration.

65472
WALLACE, Frederick William
IN THE WAKE OF THE WIND-SHIPS. Notes, Records and Biographies pertaining to the Square-rigged Merchant Marine of British North America
$50.00 AUD

Hodder & Stoughton. London. 1927. 1st Ed. XII, 282 PP, plus 60 pages with 84 b/w photos. Fp: Ship "Ocean Monarch". FEP: Map of the maritime provinces of Canada. Dark green cloth cover, vignette in blind on front cover, gilt title on spine. Front and back covers of the dust jacket trimmed and loosely inserted. Offsetting of endpapers and foxing throughout, but still a very good copy. 22.5 x 14.2.

20453
WARWICK, Mark
CLIPPERS (in Sportdiving in Australia & the South Pacific)
$15.00 AUD

Mountain, Ocean & Travel Publications. Melbourne. 1993. No. 37, April/May 1993. Includes article from P.96 to 103 with 2 maps & 8 bw photos. Pict. soft cover. Fine. 27.5 x 21.

The clipper ship saga.

15354
WERE, Jonathan Binns
A VOYAGE FROM PLYMOUTH TO MELBOURNE IN 1839, The Shipboard and Early Melbourne Diary of ...
$15.00 AUD

J. B. Were & Son. Melbourne. 1964. 1st Ed. XV, (3), 309 PP with b/w illust. in text (facsimile of diary on uneven numbered page), plus large folded plate (genealogical tree) at rear. Fp: Jonathan Binns Were in the uniform of Consul of Denmark. Eps: Track of the sailing ship William Metcalfe 447 T, between 25 July 1839 & 15 Nov. 1839. Cloth cover, gilt title on front cover and spine. Name of former owner on half-title page, o/wise a fine copy. 19.6 x 13.8.

71426
WEST, Steve
KA'NU CULTURE: Outrigger Canoeing - Australia and the Pacific 1995
$65.00 AUD

Batini Books. Maroochydore, Sunshine Coast. 1995. 1st Ed. II, 173 PP with b/w illustrations (drawings & sketches, maps, line drawings & plans, photos). Pictorial stiff covers. Fine (as new condition). 21 x 15. 0646222953

Oceania's canoe legacy ... Outrigger Canoe ... Paddle, Timber ...

71427
WEST, Steve
KA'NU CULTURE: Outrigger Canoeing - Volume 2, 1996
$50.00 AUD

Batini Books. Maroochydore, Sunshine Coast. 1996. 1st Ed. (6), 188, (10) PP with b/w illustrations (drawings & sketches, maps, line drawings & plans, photos). Pictorial stiff covers. Fine (as new condition). 21 x 15. 0958655405

Solo Outrigger Canoes ... The Zen of Steering... Waka Ama in New Zealand.

30013
WHALL, W. B. (editor)
SEA SONGS AND SHANTIES
$20.00 AUD

Brown, Son & Ferguson. Glasgow. 1948. Reprint of the 1927 (6th) enlarged edition (original of 1910). XX, (1), 154 PP with musical scores harmonised by R.H. Whall and Ernest Reeves and 40 b/w illust. (photos, drawings, tail pieces). Fp: Tea Clipper Cutty Sark. Cloth cover, dj. (price clipped). Small pieces missing from the dust jacket, and corresponding discoloured marks on cloth cover. Occasional foxing. Very good copy. 24.3 x 18.

64152
WHEELER, Edward
THE JOURNAL OF EDWARD WHEELER - His account of his Voyage from London to Brisbane aboard the migrant sailing ship "Golden Empire" in 1863
$25.00 AUD

Peter Fox / Cranbrook Press. Toowoomba. 2011. 1st Ed., with an introduction by Peter Fox. 82 PP with 11 b/w illustrations (drawings and photos) and 4 colour illustrations (2 maps, 1 photo and a portrait). Scanned copy of his original handwritten journal between pages 41 and 82. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 21. 9780987142412

64153
WHEELER, Edward
THE JOURNAL OF EDWARD WHEELER - His account of his travels on the Rock Island Pacific Rail Road 1874
$25.00 AUD

Peter Fox / Cranbrook Press. Toowoomba. 2011. 1st Ed., with an introduction by Peter Fox. 213 PP with b/w and colour illustrations. Scanned copy of his original handwritten journal between pages 63 and 213. Pictorial soft cover. Fine. 29.7 x 21. 9780987142429

17948
WHIPPLE, A.B.C.
THE CHALLENGE
$15.00 AUD

William Morrow. New York. 1987. 1st Ed. 320 PP with 13 b/w illustrations. Eps: World map of winds and routes. Hard cover, cloth spine, dj (price-clipped). Occasional foxing. Note at lower part of front endpaper. Near fine. 24.2 x 16. 0688071120

The life of Robert Waterman, the preeminent clipper ship captain and the race in 1851 to beat the record of the Flying Cloud. Story of this era: designer of clipper ships, oceanographers, ...

37646
WHIPPLE, A.B.C. (editor)
THE CLIPPER SHIPS
$10.00 AUD

Time-Life Books. Amsterdam. 1982. 2nd European English language printing of the 1980 original, in The Seafarers series. 176 PP with b/w and colour illust. Title page: Brass bell of the Cutty Sark, 1869. Eps: Map of the world plyed by the Clipper Ships. Simile leather covers, colour illustration (clipper ship Golden State) pasted down on front cover. Near fine. 28.7 x 24. 0705406318

37648
WHIPPLE, A.B.C. (editor)
THE CLIPPER SHIPS
$10.00 AUD

Time-Life Books. Amsterdam. 1984. 6th European English language printing of the 1980 original, in The Seafarers series. 176 PP with b/w and colour illust. Title page: Brass bell of the Cutty Sark, 1869. FEP: Map of the world plyed by the Clipper Ships. Simile leather covers, colour vignette (clipper ship Golden State) on front cover. Foxing on half title page, o/wise near fine. 28.7 x 24. 0705406318

43609
WHITE, Archie
SAILING SHIPS
$5.00 AUD

Penguin Books. London. 1951. 1st Ed., No. 88 in the Puffin Picture Book series. 32 PP with 16 b/w and 14 colour illustrationd by the author. Pictorial soft cover (spine repaired). Very good. Oblong: 18 x 22.

49970
WHITE, Archie
SAILING SHIPS
$10.00 AUD

Penguin Books. London. 1951. 1st Ed., No. 88 in the Puffin Picture Book series. 32 PP with 16 b/w and 14 colour illustrationd by the author. Pictorial soft cover. Very good. Oblong: 18 x 22.

63886
WILL, Captain John Baxter
TRADING UNDER SAIL OFF JAPAN: The recollections of Captain John Baxter Will, Sailing Master & Pilot
$10.00 AUD

Sophia University & The Diplomatic Press. Tokyo. & Tallahassee, Fl. 1968. Edited with a Historical Introduction by George Alexander Lensen. XVI, 190 PP, plus a woodcut frontispiece, 2 plates and 4 folded plates (1 in colour). Fp: John Baxter Will's bookplate. Decorated endpapers. Cloth cover, vignette on spine with gilt title. Misbound copy with 8 pages blank. Pages 130, 131, 134, 135, 138, 139, 142 & 143 with photocopy of pages tipped in. Occasional foxing. Very good reading copy. 27 x 18.5.

40647
WILMORE, C. Ray
SQUARE RIGGER ROUND THE HORN - The Making of a Sailor
$45.00 AUD

International Marine. Camden, Maine. 1972. 1st Ed. (6), 220, (4) PP with 1 facsimile of "Certificate of Discharge" and 7 b/w photos. Fp: The "John Ena". Cloth cover, gilt title on spine, dj (price-clipped and a little rubbed). Near fine. 23.2 x 15.7. 0877420165

Voyage from Honolulu to Philadelphia in 1911, on board the four-masted barque "John Ena". Honolulu 14th of May 1911. Cape Horn 30th June. Arrived 27th August 1911.

62940
WILSON, Capt. John Aa.
WOODEN WALLS TO DISTANT SHORES - A Maritime Concoction and the Regina Maris Saga
$25.00 AUD

Author. Oslo. 1984. 1st Ed. 346 PP with 1 colour photo and b/w illustrations. 3 sheet "addenda" loosely inserted. Fp: The Regina Maris under sail. Hard cover, gilt title on spine, dj (rubbed and creased and a few repaired small tears). Faint foxing o/wise fine . 27 x 21.

An unusual book.

34555
WINDJAMMERS
TALL SHIPS AND AUSTRALIA DAY
$25.00 AUD

Telecom Australia. Sydney. 1988. 1st Ed. No pagination, 50 PP with 24 colour plates. Pictorial soft cover, spiral bound. Covers with light wear, o/wise near fine. Oblong: 28.8 x 30.6.

Pictorial souvenir of the 1988 historic bicentennial visit of tall ships to Australian shores.

69139
WOLFF, Geoffrey
THE HARD WAY AROUND: The Passages of Joshua Slocum
$20.00 AUD

Vintage Books. New York. 2011. 1st Ed. (14), 220, (4) PP with 24 b/w illustrations. Soft covers, illustrated front. Fine. 20.3 x 13. 9780307745453

51615
YORK, Michael
ALL HANDS ON DECK: The Restoration of the JAMES CRAIG
$65.00 AUD

Citrus Press. Sydney. 2006. 1st Ed., with and introduction by Marsden Horden. Foreword by John Howard, Prime Minister of Australia XII, 164 PP with 42 portraits, 26 b/w and 45 colour photos. Title page: The James Craig, Recherche Bay, Tasmania. Eps: sails and rigging plan. Pictorial laminated boards, dj. Fine. 23.7 x 21. 0975102370

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.

20452
ZUIDHOEK, Arne
ALLE HENS, Sail' 85 Amsterdam
$20.00 AUD

De boer Maritiem. Weesp, Netherlands. 1985. 1st Ed. 120 PP with bw and colour illust. Laminated pict. boards. Dutch text. Very good. 28 x 21.5. 9022818861

The 1985 gathering of Sails in Amsterdam. Delightful illustrations.