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1 Bonsor, N.R.P. SOUTH ATLANTIC SEAWAY: AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE PASSENGER LINES AND LINERS FROM EUROPE TO BRAZIL, URUGUAY AND ARGENTINA.
Jersey, Channel Islands Brookside Publications 1983 0905824067 / 9780905824062 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
525 pp, large 8vo (9 3/8" H). Map endpapers, b&w photographs. "(T)he first comprehensive book devoted to the passenger lines and liners running from Europe to Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina. Seventy-one lines have been deemed to merit a chapter and fleet list, but it is a sad thought that only one of them, the Costa Line, is still running a multi-passenger service between the Old World and these countries of the New, and even their sailings are not very frequent. The reason, of course, is that the steamship and motorship have been eclipsed by the aeroplane. (This book) contains about 150 illustrations of ships, together with indexes of ships and lines, a chronological list of ship losses and a list of the largest ships (14,000 tons and over)." Light waviness to edges of text block, small slight bump at bottom corner of front board. Dust jacket has slight fading to spine color, minor edge wrinkling. 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
ROUND THE WORLD., Butler, Frank Hedges.
2 Butler, Frank Hedges. ROUND THE WORLD.
London T. Fisher Unwin 1924 First Edition Hard Cover Good- No Jacket 
269 pp + 2 pp publisher's advertising, 9" H. Red cloth with gilt lettering & decoration on spine and front board. Illustrated with numerous b&w photographs (collated). The author was the founder of the Royal Aero Club (1901) and the first Hon. Treasurer of the Royal Automobile Club (1897) and wrote two previous books - "Fifty Years of Travel by Land, Water and Air" and "Through Lapland with Skis and Reindeer". Chaper headings for "Round the World": The Voyage Out; From America to Hawaii; Pictures of the Pacific Islands; A Visit to Japan; Japanese Entertainment and the Drama; Korea and the Inland Sea; Through China to Hong-Kong; A Taste of the Jungle; Home Matters; From London to Brazil; The Falkland Isles; The Tip of South America; The Lands of the Incas; The Panama Canal; Cuba: How Tobacco is Grown; The National Game of Pelota; Florida Modernized; The Paradise of Fishermen; In the Track of the Ancient Voyagers; How We Lost Java; The Industries and Resources of Java; Travelling in Java; A Palace Ceremony; The Borobudur Temple; Java: Town and Country; The Island of Bali; The Ritual of Cremation; From Bali to Australia and New Zealand through Torres Straits and the Great Barrier Reef; Maori Land; The South Sea Islands; Back to Civilization; Appendices: Suggestions for an EmpireTourist Bureau; By Air to Lausanne; Index. Very light browning on free endpapers, previous owner's name in ink and faint erased pencil writing marks on front free endpaper, small edge tear on page leaf 259/260 - archivally taped, light browning to edges of text block, very light soiling on top of text block, light edge wear, wrinkling at top/bottom of spine with two tiny tears at top, one small corner bump, scattered small water stains and a few light stains on front board with some color loss - plus a tiny water stain on rear board. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
3 Dunn, Laurence. MERCHANT SHIPS OF THE WORLD 1910-1929 IN COLOR.
New York Macmillan 1975 First American Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- Laurence Dunn. 
215 pp, small 8vo (7 3/4" H). "The period covered by (this) volume was one of spectacular development and dramatic contrast. The First World War brought to an end a period of intense competition - competition reflected in a rapid increase in the size of individual liners. Later, during the twenties, a more restrained style emerged, less lavishly appointed and more suited to a less-affluent world. The styles of these two eras, separated by the anonymous, camouflage-conscious years of the war, were quite distinct, the post-war years bringing in a range of new shapes and profiles in funnels and sterns." "A special feature is the 80 pages of color plates by the author, which supply a unique coverage of details such as liveries, funnel marks, and houseflags." Light waviness to edges of text block, light browning to edges of text pages. Dust jacket has light browning at edges, some very light edge wrinkling, very light rubbing, a few tiny dints on panels, two tiny perforations on front flap-fold, several small light liquid marks on bottom inside edge of front panel. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
4 Gatland, Kenneth W. and Kunesch, Anthony Ma SPACE TRAVEL.
New York Philosophical Library 1953 Second Impression. Hard Cover Good Good J.W. Wood and R.A. Smith. 
205 pp, 8 3/4" H. B&w photographs, drawings, tables. "Here, described with enthusiasm and authority, is not only the whole history of rocket development from the days of the first discovery of an explosive mixture before the birth of Christ, but also the latest information on the harnessing of the tremendous new propellants available today, which may soon make journeys into space a commonplace of human life. Both (authors) are technical experts in their own fields. While their working hours are concerned with terrestrial problems, their scientific curiosity and knowledge are also beamed into the outer reaches of the Ether. They have accordingly produced a series of blueprints for the construction of an artificial satellite freely revolving in its own orbit around the Earth, and for the great liners which will take off from it on their flashing journeys to starry destinations in our own solar system and even, perhaps, beyond. There are nearly 100 (illustrations): historical records of early experiments, magnificent modern photographs of the latest achievements, and in addition a series of exciting drawings, specially made for the book, of space stations and space ships, which not only fire the imagination, but are precise in every detail." Light to moderate edge wear, wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, 1" bump/creases at bottom edge of rear board, two tiny corner bumps. Dust jacket has been price-clipped, has moderate edge wear/wrinkling - mainly at top edge, one or two tiny edge tears archivally taped, light rubbing, minor soiling, very small bump to bottom edge of text block. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
5 Groucho, Chico, Harpo et al. Introduction by E.L. Doctorow. THE BEST OF THE MARX BROTHERS.
Folio Society, London, 2008, second printing. 
315 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H), hard cover (full silver cloth blocked with a design in black & white by David Pearson and Vicky Sawdon on front board and spine), gray 'metallic-effect' slipcase, repeated in the endpapers. B&w photographs, colour repr oductions of movie posters. Contents: Introduction; Birthmarx: Chico / Harpo / Groucho / Gummo and Zeppo; The Early Shows: The Nightingales / 'Fun in Hi Skule' and 'Mr Green's Reception' / 'Home Again'; Stage, Film, and Radio Scripts: The Highli g h t s: The Napoleon Sketch from 'I'll Say She Is!' / The Bidding Scene from 'The Cocoanuts' / Three Scenes from 'Animal Crackers' / A Contretemps from 'Monkey Business' / Dialogue from 'Horse Feathers' / Dialogue from 'Duck Soup' / Two Episodes fr om ' Fl ywheel, Shyster and Flywheel' / Dialogue from 'A Night at the Opera' / Dialogue from 'A Day at the Races'; The Groucho Letters: To Warner Bros. / From T.S. Eliot / To Gummo Marx / To Russell Baker / To Fred Allen / To Goodman Ace / To Phil Sil ver s / To Norman Krasna / To Joseph N. Welch / To James A. Linen / To Donald Budge / To Alistair Cooke; Harpo Speaks!: The Education of Me / Adrift in Grandpa's Democracy / Enter: A Character / Enough Black Jelly Beans / Love Me and the World Is Mine / T he Silencing of Patsy Brannigan / But Can You Carry if on the 'Chief'? / Exapno Mapcase, Secret Agent; The Groucho Show: 'You Bet Your Life' / The Secret Word is Groucho: A Compendium of Groucho One-Liners / Brief Exchanges / Outtakes Acco rding to G roucho; Sources and Acknowledgements; Index. Tiny soiling mark on fore-edge of page 3/4. Slipcase has a few tiny dints on rear corners, a few small shallow dints on one side panels, one small faint stain on one side panel. Near F ine/V ery Go od+ 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
6 Hardinge, Rex. THE VOYAGE OF FEAR. SEXTON BLAKE LIBRARY NO. 308. 3RD SERIES.
[Amalgamated/Fleetway, London, n.d.]. 
64 pp, soft cover (stapled in wraps). "The huge luxury liner was on her maiden voyage, but there was panic aboard - for a mysterious killer was stalking the decks!" Interior - pages browning very lightly, staple rusting (staining to covers), otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light edge wear, light browning to rear cover, tiny closed tear on rear cover, spine has light wrinkling, browning, rubbing and small chips/closed tears. Good reading copy only. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
7 Heaton, P.M. THE SOUTH AMERICAN SAINT LINE: HISTORY OF A WELSH SHIPPING VENTURE.
Pontypool, Gwent P. M. Heaton 1985 0950771449 / 9780950771441 First Edition Hard Cover Good+ Good+ 
125 pp, 8vo (8 1/2" H). Many b&w photographs, plus fold-out profile/general arrangement plans at rear. Contents: Author; Acknowledgements; List of Illustrations; Introduction; Richard George Meredith Street and the Barry Shipping Co. Ltd.; Group Captain George Buchanen Bailey DFC and the St. Quentin Shipping Co. Ltd.; The B. and S. Shipping Co. Ltd.; Lord Howard de Walden and Seaford and the South American Saint Line; The Second World War; The Immediate Post-War Period; The "St. Essylt" and "St. Thomas" - A Revolution in Cargo Liner Design; Further Expansion; The Closing Years; Appendix One - Fleet List; Appendix Two - Ships of the Houlder Line which were given South American Saint Line names; Appendix Three - Ships Managed on Behalf of the Ministry of War Transport; Appendix Four - Speeches Made on the Occasion of the Presentation of his Portrait to R.G.M. Street, 8th April, 1949. Book lightly cocked, light waviness to fore-edge of some pages, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, minor bump at top edge of front board - two on the front edge, small bump at top corner of nothe boards, very small bump at top corner of pages 87 to end of book. Dust jacket has light browning on spine and slightly at edges, moderate wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, some light wrinkling on rear panel. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
HISTORY OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY., Lamb, W. Kaye.
8 Lamb, W. Kaye. HISTORY OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.
New York Macmillan 1977 0025676601 / 9780025676602 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good- Good+ 
491 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). One of the 'Railroads of America' series. B&w photographs, maps. "In 1881 a company was formed to lay the 1,900 miles of railway that would connect Montreal and British Columbia in just five years. There were two separate and distinct sections. The first extended through the forbidding Laurentian Shield north of Lake Huron and Lake Superior, between Callander and Thunder Bay. The second spanned the 1,250 miles between Red River and Kamloops, starting with 850 miles of relatively easy going across the prairies, followed by 400 mountainous miles through the Rockies and on to the Pacific. On November 7, 1885, with a minimum of ceremony, the last spike in the track was driven at Craigellachie. There followed the years of expansion. The railroad was doing its job and now it ws the turn of ocean liners, Great Lakes steamers and finally, the airlines. Diversification, the prevailing pattern in the middle twentieth century, had been foreseen by the Canadian Pacific in the 1870s. Its original charter empowered it to own telegraph and telephone lines and to build wharves, docks, and grain elevators, and an early critic's remark that he 'did not know of anything they are not authorized to do' is still appropriate." Wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, light wear on bottom edge of boards, shelf soiling on bottom of stext block. two very small corner bumps. Dust jacket has light to moderate edge wear/wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, light rubbing, a few very small tears and tiny chips 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
WILD MARY: THE LIFE OF MARY WESLEY., Marnham, Patrick.  (Mary Wesley).
9 Marnham, Patrick. (Mary Wesley). WILD MARY: THE LIFE OF MARY WESLEY.
Chatto & Windus, London, 2006, first edition. 
289 pp, large 8vo (9 7/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0701179910 B&w plates. "She was born Mary Farmar, related to the Duke of Wellington, and grew up a rebel who believed that she was her mother's least favourite child. Like many girls of her background, she married for escape. - In the late 1930s, she began a fascination with Heinz Ziegler, a Czech university professor and wartime air gunner; his brother, Paul, later a Benedictine monk, also fell under her spell. - At the outb r e ak of the Second World War she was, as she put it, 'roped into Intelligence', where she worked on breaking codes. MI5 and her rackety life during the Blitz eventually inspired her novels ('Jumping the Queue', 'The Camomile Lawn', 'Not That Sort o f Girl', 'A Sensible Life', etc.), many of which were concerned with multiple wartime love affairs. She wrote about the atmosphere of the home front and how the imminence of death loosened inhibitions - her fiction was as sexy and as candid as s he wa s herself. She drew on her eccentric friends and her love of Cornwall and the West Country, while the darkness of her novels was illuminated by a caustic sense of the ridiculous. Her style has been described as arsenic without the old lace. (T his ) is a remarkable book about a woman who was courageous, sensual, talented and ruthless. Readers will enjoy her story not only for its witty anecdotes and devastating one-liners, but also for the intimate portrait it builds of a multi-layer ed p erso nality in which much was hidden." Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, previous owner's place, date and signature on half-title page; light browning to edges of text block. Dust jacket has light wrinkling and wear at top.bottom of spi ne an d fla p-folds, some edge wrinkling - mainly along top edge. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
PICTORIAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF OCEAN LINERS 1860-1994., Miller, William H., Jr.  Preface by Frank A. Trumbour.
10 Miller, William H., Jr. Preface by Frank A. Trumbour. PICTORIAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF OCEAN LINERS 1860-1994.
Dover, New York, 1995. 
142 pp, 12" H, soft cover. ISBN 048628137X Profusely illustrated with 417 b&w photographs. "One of the most comprehensive pictorial references on ocean liners ever published, this superb chronicle by noted maritime historian William H. Miller, Jr . depicts and describes virtually every passenger ship of over 15,000 tons built between 1860 and the late 1900s. The first ship in this glorious cavalcade is the 'Great Eastern', launched in 1860. The last vessels featured are spectacular c r u i s e ships now under construction. Among the other ships in this memorable maritime assembly are such megaliners as the 'Queen Elizabeth', 'France' and 'Sovereign of the Seas'; the legendary 'Titantic', 'Lusitania' and 'Normandie'; 'floating ho te ls ' su c h as the 'Monarch of the Seas', 'Regal Princess' and 'Imagination'; and 'wedding cake-style' cruise ships, among them the 'Crystal Symphony' and 'Fascination'. These vessels have covered the seven seas. They were - and are - in rou tes tr ans at lan ti c and transpacific, African and South American, colonial Indian, Indochinese and Australian. A number of them have circumnavigated the globe. More than 400 historic photographs depict the fabled ships, documenting dramatic ch ange s in des ign and co nstruction over the years. Descriptive entries provide vital statistics on each: builder, tonnage, length, speed, passenger load, history and distinguishing characteristics." Interior - clean and tight with no previous owner ship marks . E xteri or - minor edge wear. Very Good+ 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
BRUNEL AND HIS WORLD., Pudney, John.  (Isambard Kingdom Brunel.)
11 Pudney, John. (Isambard Kingdom Brunel.) BRUNEL AND HIS WORLD.
Thames and Hudson, London, (1975), reprint. 
128 pp, large 8vo (9 3/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Profusely illustrated with b&w photos, reproductions. "...few figures in the restless, energetic Victorian world so perfectly embodied its strivings as Isambard Kingdom Brunel - engineer, designer, surveyor, builder and visionary. The only son of Sir Marc Brunel, creator of the first major underwater tunnel, bored beneath the Thames, Brunel designed the Clifton Suspension Bridge, pioneered the Great Western Railway, and initiated, with his three great ocean-going liners, the modern age of transatlantic steam-ship travel. With the dedication and intensity of an artist, Brunel sacrificed his personal life, driving himself from venture to venture, the grandeur and scale of his conceptions always challenging the technical resources of this times..." Small ink notation on front paste-down. Dust jacket is price-clipped, very light edge wear/wrinkling, tiny closed tear at bottom of spine, very light rubbing. VG /VG 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
THE CUNARD WHITE STAR QUADRUPLE-SCREW NORTH ATLANTIC LINER QUEEN MARY., Reade, Leslie, Introduction.
12 Reade, Leslie, Introduction. THE CUNARD WHITE STAR QUADRUPLE-SCREW NORTH ATLANTIC LINER QUEEN MARY.
Bonanza, New York, (1979). 
288 pp, 4to (12 1/8" H) hard cover in dust jacket. Profusely illus in b&w with photographs, diagrams, plans, cutaways, advertisements. "The volume is mainly composed of a facsimile reprint of a souvenir number of 'The Shipbuilder and Marine Engine -builder'. The original issue was dated June 1936 and was published to commemorate the maiden voyage of this much-loved ship...A valuable addition is a specially written illustrated epilogue by Leslie Reade, continuing the story of the ships car e e r after its launching." Previous owner's name, place, Christmas date and signature in ink on free front endpaper; tiny dint at bottom of each board; tiny scuff at bottom of front board; extra fold crease on fold-out cross-section illustration at r ea r of book. Dust jacket has has light rubbing, some areas of light edge wrinkling with minor wear, several very small edge tears, tears and tiny chips at top of spine - archivally taped. Very Good/Good+ 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
RUNNING THE GAUNTLET:  HOW THREE GIANT LINERS CARRIED A MILLION MEN TO WAR, 1942-1945., Satchell, Alister.
13 Satchell, Alister. RUNNING THE GAUNTLET: HOW THREE GIANT LINERS CARRIED A MILLION MEN TO WAR, 1942-1945.
Chatham, London, 2001. 
256 pp, large 8vo (9 3/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 1861761643 Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, reproductions. "The use of the great Cunard liners 'Queen Elizabeth', 'Queen Mary' and 'Aquitania' as fast transatlantic troop tra nsports was one of the great high-risk operations of the Second World War, yet it was vital to the build-up of U.S. troops in the British Isles in preparation for D-Day. Sailing unescorted, and carrying up to 15,000 men at a time, a single t o r p e d o from a U-boat could have resulted in one of the greatest military disasters in history. This book, written by the former cipher officer of the 'Aquitania', gives a unique insight into this unprecedented wartime 'shuttle service', with g ra ph ic a cc ou n ts of the dangers faced not only from U-boats and enemy aircraft but also from the elements, as the liners crossed the stormy North Atlantic overloaded to an extent never anticipated by their designers. Most importantly, the aut hor re vea ls for th e first time how decoded 'Enigma' signals were central to the success of this opration, enabling the troops for the invasion of Europe to cross the Atlantic in time for the 1944 deadline. Based on the author's diaries, th is i nsid er's vie w o f on e of t he most fascinating, and dangerous, naval operations in history is an important contribution to our understanding of the Battle of the Atlantic, and of the Second World War as a whole." Small bump at top edge of both boar ds. Dust jack et ha s ver y s mall bump att op edge of front panel. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
THE INCONSTANT SEA: A CORNISHMAN'S CHRONICLE., Tangye, Nigel.
14 Tangye, Nigel. THE INCONSTANT SEA: A CORNISHMAN'S CHRONICLE.
William Kimber, London, 1976, first edition. 
192 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0718302745 "The sea in all its moods is the compelling theme of Nigel Tangye's new book; with its beauty and its cruelty it is everlastingly fickle. By combining his own encounters with the sea with graphic reconstructions of bygone adventures and disasters the author makes yesterday's events living experiences. (His) 'Spray of Glendorgal' setting out from Falmouth is no more safe, and no less exhilarating than 'The Neptune Buss' in 1 756 or the smack 'Porth'; a difficult passage in his own boat recalls the finally triumphant saga of the 'Terra Nova' in 1688 so nearly a total wreck and kept afloat by the determination of her crew. And his own ancestor Richard Tangye was a p a s s e n ger on the liner 'Parramatta' going from London to Sydney in 1879 and beguiling the journey with the amusing incidents related to the ship's serio-comic newspaper 'The Parramatta Sun'. Finally the great 'Warspite' is wrecked in Moun t 's Ba y an d re vi sited by the author who had first trod her decks as a naval lieutenant twenty years before. Past and present episodes are all woven into a hauntingly beautiful pattern." Minor edge wear, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine , tin y bu mp at t op edg e of both boards, one page with dog-ear crease, light waviness to edges of textblock. Dust jacket has been price clipped, has light edge wear/wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, a few tiny/very sma ll edg e tear s, ligh t r ubb ing, light fading to spine color. Very Good-/Very Good- 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
WARSHIPS 1860-1970.  A COLLECTION OF NAVAL LORE., Thornton, J.M.
15 Thornton, J.M. WARSHIPS 1860-1970. A COLLECTION OF NAVAL LORE.
Vancouver Douglas, David & Charles 1973 Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- J.M. Thornton. 
96 pp, large 8vo (9 5/8" H). Profusely illustrated with b&w drawings. "In this compendium, the development of the warship over nearly a century is highlighted in a fascinating series of informal line illustrations. From the end of the age of sail through to the present day, familiar and unfamiliar ships appear on these pages - dreadnoughts, monitors, submarines and carriers. Many curiosities are featured as subjects such as ships that might have been, deception at sea, merchantmen at arms, warships in 'retirement' and vessels that switched colors. For every historian and enthusiast, here is a delightful treasury of naval lore for reference and sheer enjoyment." Light cigarette odor, slight browning to free endpapers, light browning to top of text block, minor edge wear, light wrinkling at bottom of spine. Dust jacket has been price-clipped, has very light rubbing, light browning on inside, crease down front panel at flap-fold. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE PACIFIC PRINCESSES:  AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY'S PRINCESS FLEET ON THE NORTHWEST COAST., Turner, Robert D.
16 Turner, Robert D. THE PACIFIC PRINCESSES: AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY'S PRINCESS FLEET ON THE NORTHWEST COAST.
Victoria, British Columbia Sono Nis Press 1977 0919462049 / 9780919462045 Second Printing Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good- Harlan Hiney, dust jacket art. 
252 pp, 11 1/4" H. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, maps, reproductions, scale drawings. "In 1901 the Canadian Pacific Railway Company acquired control of the pioneering Canadian Pacific Navigation Company which for 20 years had provided the principal steamship services for the British Columbia coast and a major link between Puget Sound and Alaska. Within a few years, the CPR transformed the CPN's assortment of outdated coastal freighters, passenger steamers, and ancient paddlewheelers into a modern fleet of luxurious coastal liners - the Princess ships - offering unprecedented services to Washington State, British Columbia, and southern Alaska. The CPR's palatial intercity liners of the famed Triangle Route between Seattle, Victoria and Vancouver captured the public eye but there were other less renowned aspects of the Princess fleet's history that could not go unrecorded: the coastal freighters; the tugs; the riverboats of the lower Fraser River; the war services of the 'Princess Kathleen' and 'Princess Marguerite'; the CPR's Atlantic Princesses; the pioneering automobile ferry 'Motor Princess', and the competition of Puget Sound Navigation, Grand Trunk Pacific, Union Steam, Canadian National, Black Ball, and finally, British Columbia Ferries." Slight bump at top of spine. Dust jacket is price clipped, has general light edge wear, moderate wear on flap-folds, light rubbing and a few tiny scuffs, wrinkling and tiny tear at top of spine - archivally taped. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 


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