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Publisher: Caulfield South, Vic., Nautical Association of Australia Inc.: 2008
Seller ID: 33632
Completed by H.W. Dick, I.J. Farquhar and T.S. Stevens. xii, 236pp, well illustrated with black & white photographs. Soft covers. A fine clean copy. ISBN 0975689614 View more info
By: BAUDIN, Nicolas.
Publisher: Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia: 1974
Seller ID: 15288
Translated from the French by Christine Cornell. Foreword by Jean-Paul Faivre. 610pp, frontis, map and chart. Green cloth, lettered in gilt (as issued, without dustwrapper); a trifle flecked. A very good clean copy. View more info
Publisher: London, Harrap: 1990
Seller ID: 34316
Folio. 192pp, predominantly illustrations in b&w. Cloth with dustwrapper (spine a little sunned). A very good clean copy. Owner's name on half-title. ISBN 0002720779 View more info
Publisher: Sydney, Allen & Unwin/National Library of Australia: 1987
Seller ID: 35175
#392 of 500 numbered copies. Two volumes. [I] Facsimile of the notebook: 12mo. [viii], pp, folding map. Bound in full morocco, gilt rules, spine label. Loosely inserted with this volume are three folding facsimile sheets recording the names and descriptions of the mutineers. [II]. Transcription: 8vo. xiv, 224pp, coloured frontispiece, 1 folding plan, 1 folding map, 1 folding illustration, 43 other illustrations, bibliography. Quarter morocco binding, spine lettering... View more info
By: BLIGH, William.
Publisher: Melbourne, Georgian House for the Australiana Society: 1952
Seller ID: 31978
(The Australiana Facsimiles : Volume 2.) #971 of 1000 copies. 4to. [iv], iv, 88pp; [iv], 79pp; [ii], 31pp; 11pp. Black morocco-grained cloth with dustwrapper (spine faded, spine and edges silverfished, now in protective sleeve). Very good, in a good wrapper. View more info
By: BLIGH, William.
Publisher: Malvern, Victoria, Banks Society: 2009
Seller ID: 24305
Edited, with an Introduction and notes, by John Currey. 102pp, frontispiece and 15 illustrations (3 in colour), 3 track charts, 2 folding plans loosely inserted inside rear d/w flap. Soft covers with dustwrapper. Fine [new]. ISBN 0949586099 ***Bligh's own account of 'one of the most atrocious and consummate acts of piracy ever committed', sent from Batavia to his patron Banks. View more info
By: BONSOR, N.R.P.
Publisher: Lancashire, T. Stephenson & Sons: 1955
Seller ID: 22505
With a foreword by A.C. Hardy and illustrations by J.H. Isherwood. First edition. 639pp, coloured frontis & numerous illustrations (b&w photographs and drawings), endpaper maps, publisher's book mark (printed for this title, with fleet abbreviations) loosely inserted. Blue cloth, extremities lightly rubbed. Owner's name on blank verso of ffep. Good to very good. View more info
By: BONSOR, N.R.P.
Publisher: Jersey, Channel Islands, Brookside: 1983
Seller ID: 32773
First edition. xxii, 526pp, illustrated, endpaper maps. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrapper. Two marks left by tape from a previous d/w covering on each free endpaper, otherwise a very good clean copy. ISBN 0905824067 View more info
By: BRETT, Henry.
Publisher: Christchurch, Capper Press: 1976
Seller ID: 34511
Facsimile edition. Two volumes (first published 1924 and 1928). 4to. 378 & 264pp (includes indexes), illustrated. Cloth-textured papered boards with dustwrappers (spine a little sunned). A very good clean set. ISBN 0589015176 View more info
By: BREW, Steve.
Publisher: Canberra, Navarine Publishing: 2003
Seller ID: 20509
(Roebuck Society Title No. 58). Limited to 1200 copies. 212pp, illustrated. Cloth with dustwrapper. A fine clean copy. ISBN 0975133101 ***The ferry Greycliffe was run down and sunk by the trans-Pacific Royal Mail Steamship Tahiti on the afternoon of 3 November 1927, in Sydney Harbour, with the loss of 40 lives. View more info
Publisher: Woodbridge, Suffolk, Antique Collectors Club: 1978
Seller ID: 23946
Second edition. 4to. 368pp, well illustrated in colour and b&w. Cloth with dustwrapper (rubbed at head of spine, now in protective sleeve). A very good clean copy. View more info
By: BROXAM, Graeme.
Publisher: Hobart, Navarine Publishing: 2017
Seller ID: 35144
Compiled by Graeme Broxam on behalf of the Wooden Boat Guild of Tasmania. Third edition, with corrections and additions. 56pp, illustrated. Stapled in stiff wrappers, as issued. Fine (new). ISBN 0975133179 View more info
Publisher: Roma, Dedalo Editore/Lloyd Triestino: n.d.
Seller ID: 32753
The Navigators Series. Number XCVIII of 300 numbered copies. xiv, 245pp, black & white illustrations, photographic endpapers. Cloth-textured papered boards (spine and edges discoloured, a little silverfishing). Edges yellowed, lightly affecting page margins. Interior clean. Good+ ***Marco Polo, Ugolino and Vadino Vivaldi, Cadamosto, Amerigo Vespucci. View more info
Publisher: New York, Macmillan: 1928
Seller ID: 30432
Drawings by Charles Kuhn. 460pp, frontis portrait, 10 plates, b&w text illustrations. Original cloth, black-stamped illustraion on the upper board; extremities a little rubbed. Fore-edges uncut, small mark on the top edges. The endpapers cracked at both hinges but binding solid. A good clean copy. ***The autobiographical account, published posthunously, of the maritime career of the Scottish-born Captain John Cameron 1850-1925, chiefly in the Pacific. View more info
Publisher: Amsterdam/New York, N. Israel/Da Capo Press: 1969
Seller ID: 31364
(Bibliothecha Australiana #50.) Facsimile of the London, 1816 edition. 8vo. 288pp, folding map. Simile vellum with blue title patches, clear dustwrapper. Fine. ***[title continues] With an account of the present state of the Sandwich Islands, and a vocabulary of their language. Illustrated by a Chart. View more info
By: CAMPBELL, Peter.
Publisher: Sydney, Methuen Australia: 1979
Seller ID: 35487
(Australian Observer's Series, A5.) 12mo. 262pp, illustrated in colour and b&w. Pictorial papered boards. A fine clean copy. ISBN 0454000766 View more info