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Medium Qto. VG-/-no DJ. lightly sunned DJ spine, a yellowish pale blue with discolored large gilt titling between moderately worn ends. sturdy boards, cloth awash in blue with brighter and large full tilting near upper edge. EX-LIBRIS: wtih bookplate of prior owner on left fep. ivory/black illustrated fep/ffep. faintly foxed frontispiece and title sheet, some soft spotting occasional in textblock. 26 titled illustrations, b/w plates and headpieces within the textblock. dark blue tinted head-edge and mildly worn fore-edge and tail. 184 pp. Rockville.
Rockwell Kent was a twentieth century Da Vinci. Besides being a world renown artist, he writes beautifully and is something of a philosopher. He was also a fearless sailor. The waters off the Strait of Magellan are about the most violent in the world. This book tells in word and art of his adventure. It is a real treasure.
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