Good. Ex-library solid copy, perforation stamp to each and every plate. Sold as a reference copy only. Blue library buckram. 45 pp. followed by plates Nos. 556-770. All about ship building in Massachusetts, with bw plates of more than 200 vessels.
VG-(Slight wear to cloth at corners; Names written at ffep and half-title page) Blue cloth over boards; 45 pp. plus plates; 214 bw plates. Publication number eighteen from the Marine Research Society; Focuses on shipbuilding in Massachusetts in the 1600-1800s.
Publication Number Eighteen of the Marine Research Society. 45 pages plus 215 plates, numbers 556-770, of New England ships. Bound in original blue cloth with lettering in gilt. Near fine in about very good dust jacket with tears and tape mends.
Very Good. First edition. Small quarto. Blue buckram, gilt-stamped spine. Fully illustrated with monochrome plates. Owner's gift inscription on title bled through the frontispiece and the endpapers, spine lightly faded, else very good. Publication Number Five of the Marine Research Society.
Dow, George Francis. SAILING SHIPS OF NEW ENGLAND. SERIES THREE. Publication No. 18. Salem, Massachusetts, Marine Research Society, 1928. 1st edition. Cloth. 45 pp., and over 200 pages of plates. Faintly foxed toward the front. Very good condition.
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