Good Condition in Fair jacket. Signed by Author. 240 pages. Light wear; pages yellowed; sound book; some b/w photos. Inscribed and signed by the author on the title page. The jacket has some chips and tears, creases; unclipped. "Explains his title by stating his belief that Columbus did not land on San Salvador as is generally thought, but on one of the Caicos Islands which are today a small British Crown Colony within, but independent of, the Bahamas." A book about the Bahamas, sections include All This and 1492 Too; Nassau as Pirate Republic; The Incredible Woodes Rogers; Tourists' Paradise. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Exploration; Signed by Author. Inventory No: 106308.
Very Good in Good jacket. Dust Jacket Included. Book. 8vo (8 1/2"). Signed by Author(s) Inscribed: "18/3/65 Didn't he? He DiD. And so Did YOU TWO! With all best wishes from Kjell Helweg-Larsen ELECTHERA." Frontispiece. Map endpapers. Illustrated. Owner's signature. Dust jacket wear and tear. 214 pp.
Very Good in Good / Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 240 pp. Map-illustrated endpapers, illustrated with b/w photos. Insignificant shelfwear, else a clean and solid copy. Color pictorial dj slightly chipped at corners and spine ends, rear panel a little grimy, otherwise intact in Brodart cover.
Very Good in Fair jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall; Signed by Author Signed and Inscribed by Author; Jarrolds Second Printing Very Good Hardcover in Fair Dustjacket. Light blue cloth white and black lettered at spine, solid, square, lower corner tip trace of rubbing, upper edge faintly sun-faded, decorated dustjacket by Leslie A. Wilcox, spine head heavily chipped, spine heel chipped on edges, tear on spine hinge about 2 inches above heel-intact, protective cover added. Interior-signed and inscribed by author, black and white illustrations throughout book, clean and unmarked pages, mapped endpapers. An interesting exposition of Helweg-Larsen's idea that Columbus did not land on San Salvador but on one of the Caicos Islands which are a small colony within, but independent, of the Bahamas. An historical account as well as a running advertisement for the beauty and wonder of the Bahamas, and amusing as well. London: Jarrolds Publishers, 1964, second printing. 5.5" x 8.5" tall; 240pp Indexed.
Good in Fair jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. Inscribed by Author(s) Second British Printing...The author's theory presented that Columbus landed on the Caicos islands, a small colony within but independent from the Bahamas...Library discard; but has unusual inscription from author to the Bahama's first Prime Minister Sir Roland Symonette; An arrow from title with the quote"Didn't He? He Did-And so did You! ! Best wishes....." Second British printing; Book is well used library discard from Islamorada, Fla Keys; Section of lower DJ cut out as is that library's practice....340 pages with index. map endpages....Illustrated with photographs.
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