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BIRDS OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Written by Ted Stokes. Illustrated by Keith Shackleton.
Stock no. 1816537
Published by Country Life. 1st 1968. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Large format. Colour illustrations. A study in word and picture. Bookplate to front pastedown from the personal library of Bryan L. Sage, distinguished naturalist and author. Top edge of text block browned with minor foxing. Contents clean. Pictorial dustwrapper is faded to front panel with wear to top of spine.
MANX SLAVE TRADERS
Written by Frances Wilkins.
Stock no. 1816378
Published by Wyre Forest Press. 1st 1999. Slightly better than very good condition.
The story of the Manx people who participated in the eighteenth century slave trade as merchants, shipowners, captains, officers, surgeons and ordinary sailors. Large format. Matt boards with blue titles. B/w maps. ISBN: 1897725132. SIGNED by the author to free front endpaper.
ATLANTIC SALMON: AN ILLUSTRATED NATURAL HISTORY
Written by Malcolm Greenhalgh. Illustrated by Rod Sutterby.
Stock no. 1815734
Published by Merlin Unwin Books. 1st 2005. Nearly fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
A clear and authoritative account of the salmon's extraordinary life-cycle. Beautiful colour illustrations throughout. Large oblong format. Blue boards, gilt title to spine. ISBN: 1873674732. Light rubbing to tail of spine. Signature to title page... unreadable. Contents fine. White pictorial dustwrapper is lightly scuffed.
THE ATLANTIC REGION TO CONFEDERATION: A HISTORY
Written by Phillip A. Buckner; John G. Reid.
Stock no. 1815696
Published by University Of Toronto Press. 1st 1994. Slightly better than very good condition.
An overview of emerging regional themes and issues, beginning with the evolution of Native cultures and the impact of the arrival of Europeans on those cultures, and continues to the formation of Confederation. Pictorial cardwraps. B/w illustrations. xviii and 491 pages including index. ISBN: 0802069770.
NORTH ATLANTIC CAT
Written by Don McVicar. Illustrated by L.R. Williams.
Stock no. 1810744
Published by Airlife. 1st 1983. Nearly fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
North Atlantic Cat continues Don McVicar's account of ferrying aircraft from North America during World War II for R.A.F. Ferry Command. B/w photos and illustrations. ISBN: 0906393256.
Written by Redmond O'Hanlon.
Stock no. 1809178
Published by Hamish Hamilton. 1st 2003. Fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.
A Journey Through the North Atlantic. The story of an ordinary commercial trawler and a tribute to the out-of-the-ordinary fishermen who endure such conditions. Dark blue boards with silver title to spine. Colour photos and b/w chapter headers. 338 pages. ISBN: 0241140145. This copy would make a wonderful gift.
Written by Redmond O'Hanlon.
Stock no. 1808236
Published by Alfred A. Knopf. 2005. Nearly fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
A Journey Through the North Atlantic. The story of an ordinary commercial trawler and a tribute to the out-of-the-ordinary fishermen who endure such conditions. Dark blue boards with silver title to spine. Dark blue paper spine with silver title, light blue paper boards. B/w photos and chapter headers. 339 pages. ISBN: 1400042755. SIGNED by the author (no dedication) to title page. Pictorial wrapper is lightly edge-creased. Third impression in the first year of publication.
THE WAY OF A SHIP
Written by Derek Lundy.
Stock no. 1801180
Published by Jonathan Cape. 1st 2002. Nearly fine condition.
A Square-Rigger Voyage in the Last Days of Sail. A work of fiction. Pictorial cardwraps. ISBN: 0224061399.