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THE COMPLETE AIR NAVIGATOR
Written by D.C.T. Bennett.
Stock no. 1820538
Published by Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons Ltd.. 7th 1967. Slightly better than very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
The standard textbook for the flight navigator's licence. Seventh Edition. Red cloth boards, gilt title to spine. Marks to gutter of boards. Text block browned. Contents clean. Red dustwrapper is heavily faded to spine, scuffed to rear panel.
The science of navigation as seen through navigoators, scientists and engineers. Helping the navigator to understand the true nature of his difficulties and the ways in which that have been tackled in other fields, and to assist the engineer to discover what is the problem that he has to solve. Blue cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w diagrams. Top edge blue. ISBN: 037000311X. Third impression. Price-cut pictorial dustwrapper is edge-rubbed and has a few marks to rear panel.
Dealing with magnetic compasses, navigational calculators, drift sights, sextants, directional radio systems and the use of radio beams. Blue cloth, gilt titles. Aeroplane Maintenance and Operation Series, Volume 23. Some browning to cover edges. Page browning, with some foxing. Wrapper is edge-creased with a couple of small tears and chips; browned to spine, with some foxing.
Eleventh Edition. Blue cloth spine, beige paper boards with black titles. Distances between ports and places in all parts of the world. Comprising over 31,000 distances with a table of contents and complete alphabetical index. Some browning to covers. White label stuck to front pastedown (covering inscription). Inscription to front endpaper.
BARGES AND BARGEMEN A SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE UPPER SEVERN NAVIGATION 1660-1900
Written by Barrie Trinder.
Stock no. 1608663
Published by Phillimore. 1st 2005. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
Black boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. 178 pages. ISBN: 1860773613. Light creasing to edge of wrapper.
BROWN'S RULE OF THE ROAD MANUAL: THE RULE OF THE ROAD AT SEA
Written by W.K. Stewart.
Stock no. 1808152
Published by Brown, Son & Ferguson Ltd.. 8th 1936. Very good condition.
Eighth Edition. For the Ministry of Shipping Examinations. Foreign Going, Home Trade, Fishermen & Yachtsmen. Brown cloth spine, cream paper boards with brown titles. Illustrated by coloured diagrams. Also the uniform system of Buoyage, wreck-marking, regulations for light vessels, etc. Corners worn, edges of boards slightly stained. Title page browned, a few minor foxspots. Else contents clean.
Black boards, gilt title to spine. B/w illustrations. A few marks to covers. Heavy bumping to a couple of corners. Page browning. Wrapper is edge-torn with some chips; a little loss and has marks.
Or, a Hey to the Leading of Riggins, and to Practical Seamanship. With an appendix containing several figures illustrative of novelties and improvements in rigging. The First Philadelphia, From the Second London Edition. 1st US Edition. Green cloth, gilt title to spine. B/w illustrations. Re-bound with new endpapers. Title page worn and repaired professionally with Japanese paper. It is possible that some of the prelims may be missing i.e. pages i to vi (first numbered page is vii). Plates to face page 7 and 18/19 missing else all other plates present. Damp staining to contents especially towards the end. Contents still quite readable. A good working copy. Reduced from Â£400.