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Jerry; or, The Sailor Boy Ashore, being The Seventh - a fragment - in the series of the 'Aimwell Stories' by Walter Aimwell [pseud.] to which is added a Memoir of the author., Aimwell, Walter [pseudonym of William Simonds]
1 Jerry; or, The Sailor Boy Ashore, being The Seventh - a fragment - in the series of the 'Aimwell Stories' by Walter Aimwell [pseud.] to which is added a Memoir of the author.
Aimwell, Walter [pseudonym of William Simonds]

Gould & Lincoln 1864, Good; Hardcover; 24mo 5" - 6" tall; 224 pp. bound in green embossed cloth; gilt decoration & lettering on spine. Six Black & white illustrations, including frontis (steel engraving) and title page. Clean cover, well-preserved, moderate wear & light fraying to extremities. Binding solid. Heavy foxing on frontis & tissue guard. Only occasional foxing to interior. Damp stain at bottom margin of first quarter of book. 30464 
Price: 38.70 USD
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Noank  The Ethereal Years, Jones, Stephen
2 Noank The Ethereal Years
Jones, Stephen

Noank Historical Society 1988, First Edition. Very Good-; Softcover; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Memoir of Stephen Jones seafaring life in and around Noank Connecticut. 64 pages in wraps. Spine tanned. Small dimple across mid-spine. Interior clean, free of names or markings. 27139 
Price: 34.16 USD
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The Voyage Alone in the Yawl 'Rob Roy', MacGregor, John; Ransome, Arthur, (ed.).
3 The Voyage Alone in the Yawl 'Rob Roy'
MacGregor, John; Ransome, Arthur, (ed.).

Armchair Sailor Publishing 1980, Facsimile Reprint. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket; Hardcover; 12mo 7" - 7" tall; 214 pages, bound in tan tweed-like paper-covered boards. Reprint from the New Mariner's Library, a facsimile of the 1954 Rupert Hart Mariner's Library edition. Very bright, clean, tight, unmarked. Pristine interior. Jacket lightly rubbed on edges. ISBN 0916025004. Armchair Sailor Publishing in the USA counterpart to the UK Ashford Press. Packaged with care and shipped in a box.; The New Mariner's Library Series 30612 
Price: 31.50 USD
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The Tin Can Sailor; Newsletter of the Tin Can Sailors, National Association of Destroyer Veterans; 37 issues (1997-2005), Miller, Terry (ed.)
4 The Tin Can Sailor; Newsletter of the Tin Can Sailors, National Association of Destroyer Veterans; 37 issues (1997-2005)
Miller, Terry (ed.)

National Association of Destroyer Veterans 1997, Very Good; Softcover; Oblong Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 37 issues of The Tin Can Sailor; newspaper format. Published quarterly. All of the issues--but two--from 1999 to 2005 ,with a few odd issues included. All are clean, most of the earlier ones paper lightly tanned. Previous owner's mailing label covered over with blank label; torn out on three issues. Incredible resource with articles on the destroyer fleet and various battles. Headlines include: Destroyers at Guadalcanal, Gunfighters of the Korean Coast; Death of the Princeton; Halsey's Worst Typhoon; Esther Lives On!; Boarding the MARUCLA; Destroyer Operations Against Italy; Cornona Project; USS Belknap Story; FDR's Top Secrets; USS Orleck in Cold War Surveillance Ops; and much more. 29872 
Price: 65.70 USD
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A Taste of the Antarctic, Richey, Michael; Libby Purves (intro).
5 A Taste of the Antarctic
Richey, Michael; Libby Purves (intro).

Nicholas Scheetz 1997, Signed/Numbered. Signed by Author Fine; Hardcover; Oblong 8vo 8" to 9" tall; Washington D. C. ; 23 unnumbered leaves : illustration on title page (wooden engraving by the author). Binding is handmade marbled paper-covered boards with silk ribbon binding. "Eighty copies have been printed for Nicholas Scheetz at the Martin Art Yonno Press in celebration of Michael Richey's 80th birthday, July 6th, 1997. The text was set in Cochin Open and Spectrum, and printed on a Vandercook Proofing Press. The wooden engravings are by the author"-- from the Colophon; Copy No. 39, SIGNED by Michael Richey. First written in 1943 (but not published til 1997) on board the HMS Carnarvon Castle, an armed British merchant cruiser, of which Michael Richey was then assistant navigator, on patrol in the South Atlantic, near the Falkland Islands. Scarce, only one copy listed in WorldCat. Richey was an avid competitive sailor who at the age of 80 achieved an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records as the oldest man who crossed the Atlantic as a solo sailor. Richey participated in unbroken succession from 1968 to 1996 at the OSTAR regattas --- in eight appearances with his small yacht Jester, Richey is still (as of 2016) the sailor with the second most competition participation (from wickipedia). This lovely Signed/Limited Edition has been carefully preserved in the publisher's envelope with velcro closure and another of Richey's woodcuts in green. A clean, bright lovely book with no visible flaws. Envelope shows slight soil. ; Signed by Author 29224 
Price: 133.20 USD
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The Marlinspike Sailor, Smith, Hervey Garrett
6 The Marlinspike Sailor
Smith, Hervey Garrett

John De Graff, Inc. 1971, Reprint. Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket; Hardcover; 4to 11" - 13" tall; Tuckahoe, NY; 131 p. bound in spring green cloth; illustrated. Bright clean cover, sharp corners, firm binding. Interior crisp, unmarked. Light discoloration on rear endpaper. In clean, bright, price-clipped jacket with one 1/2" closed tear. Protected in new clear sleeve. 28512 
Price: 34.20 USD
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