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Signals/Flags/Tactics

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1 Bainbridge-Hoff (Cdr W.) Examples, Conclusions, and Maxims of Modern Naval Tactics. Illustrated with Twenty-Six Full-Page Diagrams.
1885, 
136pp, 26 folding diags, original decorated blue cloth. AJS: Originally issued by the Office of Naval Intelligence, Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department, US. This edition published by Griffin and Co, Portsmouth. 
Price: 120.00 GBP
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2 Elliot (Ad Sir G.) A Treatise on Future Naval Battles, and How to Fight Them, and on Other Naval Tactical Subjects.
1885, 
xii + 122pp, 23 engraved plates (one folding), 6 large folding maps, 2 large folding lithographed plates (ironclads), coloured endpapers, original decorated ochre cloth, spine relaid, large format (27cm x 18.5cm), some slight wear to binding. AJS: A surprising work for its time (1885) in that the author was still promoting the ram, very much the ironclad navy as against that of Fisher. Chapters include: Line-of Battle Ships and Torpedo Vessels; Ram Attack and Defence; Gun Attack and Defence in Fleet Actions; Home Defences; Defences Abroad; Designs for Ships of War; Personnel; Cellular Deck Protection versus Side Armour. 
Price: 225.00 GBP
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3 Mallinson (H.) Send it by Semaphore. The Old Telegraphs During the War With France.
2005, 
240pp, 51 illus, 3 maps and diags, dw. Publisher: For the first time the story of semaphore is told in the context in which it was invented - warfare. 
Price: 18.00 GBP
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4 Phipps Hornby (Sir G.) Squadrons of Exercise in the British Navy for the Use of Her Majesty's Officers Only.
1885, 
(iv), 53pp, 27 text figs (on 14 folding sheets), 16pp catalogue, original embossed blue cloth, some wear to binding. AJS: Prepard by Admiral Hornby as a guide to best practice. Author: This pamphlet was drawn up with a view to publication; but one of my oldest friends thinks there is in it so much of a confidential nature that its use should be confined to Her Majesty's Officers. 
Price: 225.00 GBP
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5 Powley (E.B.) The Naval Side of King William's War.
1972, 
392pp, frontis, 12 illus, 7 charts, dw. AJS: The opening phase February 1688 to December 1691. 
Price: 35.00 GBP
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6 Stuart (J.A.) The Union Flag. The St Andrews Society (Glasgow).
ND 1915, 
27pp text, colour frontis, colour plate, 4 half tone plates, 12 line illus,Żoriginal decorated blue cloth, some light staining to binding. AJS: Published privately by the St Andrew Society. This is a signedŻpresentation copy from the author, with kind regards, 15/02/1915. 
Price: 45.00 GBP
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7 The Society for Nautical Research. The Development of Signalling in the Royal Navy.
1953 rp 1974, 
26pp, folding plate, yellow paper wrappers. AJS: By Capt L.E. Holland, Maritime Miscellany Series No 9. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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8 The Society for Nautical Research. The King's Flags and Some Others.
1952 rp 1974, 
20pp, 4 text figs, yellow paper wrappers. AJS: By C. King, Maritime Miscellany Series No 7. 
Price: 7.50 GBP
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9 Woodman (R.) The Victory of Seapower 1806-1814.
1998, 
192pp, 300 illus, large format, dw. Publisher: The victory at Trafalgar marked the beginning of nine years of expansion and domination by the Royal Navy right across the globe. 
Price: 30.00 GBP
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10 Woodrooffe (T.) The Queen's Coronation Naval Review Spithead June 1953.
1953, 
32pp, 65 illus, 3 plans, original pictorial paper wrapper. SBS: The last of the grand reviews. 
Price: 25.00 GBP
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