Brown, Son & Ferguson Ltd.
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Second Edition. Blue cloth, gilt titles. B/w photos. The history of the celebrated clipper ships in the Chinese opium and tea trades. ISBN: 0851741096. Previous owner's small name label to front endpaper. Small foxspots to text block. Some scattered foxing internally. White pictorial dustwrapper is grubby and marked.
2nd edition. B/w illustrations. Reprint of Second Edition. A few minor marks to boards. Text block, half-title and last rear page browned. Some minor foxing mainly to margins.
Sailing ships of the 19th and 20th centuries. B/w photos. 2nd edition. ISBN: 085174172X. A few minor foxspots to text block. Previous owner's name label to front endpaper. Pictorial dustwrapper has old price label to front flap, some foxing to flap edges, a few marks, and small patch of surface paper loss to front panel.
The Emigrant Ships, The Wool Clippers, The Iron Clippers and The New Zealand Trade. Blue cloth, gilt titles. B/w illustrations and plans. 384 pages includes index. Spine bumped. Base of spine and lower corners rubbed. Contents fine. Pictorial wrapper, covered in self-adhesive clear film, is discoloured at edges, slightly creased to front flap with tiny nicks at corners.
The romance and chronology of the opium trade, the opium war and the beautiful little ships that were the first trading craft with clipper lines. Blue cloth with gilt chinese characters on front cover, silver titles. B/w photos, illustrations and plans. Endpapers are maps. 392 pages includes index. Spine and corners bumped and a little worn. Spine darkened with slight loss of gilt to titles. Cover edges darkened. Pages lightly browned else contents clean.
Blue cloth. Gilt titles. B/w photos. American deep-water sailing ships 1869-1929. The Story of the Cape Horners. 288 pages includes index. ISBN: 0851741126. Spine bumped, lower corners slightly rubbed. Light mark to top edge of front cover. Surface damage to edge of front endpaper. Light mark to top edge of a few pages. Brown mark to rear endpaper. Contents near fine. Wrapper has very faded spine and is covered in self-adhesive clear plastic, probably cause of marks to endpapers.
Oblong format. Blue boards, gilt titles. The Ideal Log Book for Yacht or Motor Boat. ISBN: 0851741800. Log book is clean. Wrapper has a few marks; closed tear to one corner of front panel.
Blue cloth. B/w photos. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is browned with some edge-creasing; a couple of closed tears; a few nicks to corners.
The story of the Nedlloyd Spice Race. Large format. Blue boards, gilt title to spine. Colour and b/w photos. ISBN: 0851743943. Bumping to spine and corners. Uneven fading along cover edges. Wrapper is faded to spine, with edge-creasing and a few nicks.
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.
Blue cloth, gilt titles. B/w photos. How to buy or make your canoe and where to take it. Fold-out maps to rear. Wrapper torn with some loss.