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Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 1995 First U.S. Edition, printing unstated. NEAR FINE in NEAR FINE dust jacket. A clean, unmarked and firmly bound copy. Pages crisp and fine. Red hardcover, title gilt-stamped on spine is fresh and unworn. Hinges a bit "creaky" but firm and intact, binding solid. Color pictorial jacket clean and bright, lightly edge rubbed with a few tiny closed tears. Innovations in shipbuilding during the Middle Ages in England with special attention to two important improvements-the lateen rig and the change from clinker to carvel (or skeleton) construction. Illustrated with black and white reproductions of medieval manuscript illuminations, seals, tapestries and carvings as well as modern diagrams, drawings and photographs useful to model-makers as well as naval historians. Bibliography, and detailed index included. 7-3/4 x 10". 208 pages.
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