Good in Good jacket. 4to 184 pages, profuse b/w illus. by Rockwell Kent, gold dustjacket with some rubbing and a few short tears, waterstain under dustjacket to the back corner of the spine, does not affect the book internally.
Very Good + Good+ DJ. Rockwell Kent. 8vo = over 9" 184 pp. Green linen over hard covers with white printing on spne. Slight bumping on spine. End papers trace the route taken by author. Price clippped with former owner's stamp on title page. Very clean with tight binding. DJ has small tear at bottom edge and wear marks on front and back.
Revised edition. Fine in very good dust jacket with some rubbing and mild color loss to folds and with a few short closed tears and minor rubbing to lower spine tip in mylar cover. B&W illustrations by the author.
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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