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UNDER REVISION National Maritime Museum Catalogue. Guide.

By: Anon

Price: £25.00

Publisher: 1947,

Seller ID: 10597


vii + 230pp, 24 illus, 2 plans, large format (24cm x 18cm), buff paperûwrappers, with a copy of Hand List of the Oil Paintings at Present Exhibitedûin the Queen's House (Revised to September, 1950). 20pp, without wrappers. SBS: Proof of the original catalogue for the National Maritime Museum,ûGreenwich. Laid in 6pp photostats of a typed letter dated 2nd May 1937,ûfrom R.C. Anderson to Sir Geoffrey Callender (Director) with hisûsuggested amendments and corrections to the catalogue. View more info

How To Sail Your Model Yacht.

By: Anon

Price: £10.00

Publisher: nd.c.1950

Seller ID: 7700


(10pp), 4 diags in text, decorated front cover, back cover advert. SBS: With an advert for Bassett-Lowke's model shops on back cover. View more info

A Narrative of the Proceedings of the British Fleet Commanded by Admiral Sir John Jervis KB in the Late Action with the Spanish Fleet 1797.

By: Anon.

Price: £55.00

Publisher: 1797 rp 1971,

Seller ID: 888


32pp, 8 folding engraved plates, large format (26.5cm x 19.5cm), attractiveûproduction, original pale blue cloth. NMM Cat, Vol 5, Pt 1, entry 1799: The three appendices comprise: return ofûkilled and wounded on board the British ships; ships and commanders ofûboth fleets.ûAJS: The best contemporary account of the famous action off Cape StûVincent, in which four Spanish ships of the line, including two 112s, wereûtaken. The accompanying plans, shewing the positions of both fleets atûdifferent stages in the action, are particularly interesting.ûAlthough published anonymously, the work wa... View more info

A Narrative of the Proceedings of His Majestys Fleet Under the Command of Earl Howe from 2nd May to 2nd June 1794.

By: Anon.

Price: £65.00

Publisher: 1796 rp 1971,

Seller ID: 889


108pp, frontis, large folding plate, sketch, large format (26.5cm x 19.5cm),ûattractive production, original pale blue cloth. NMM Cat, Vol 5, Pt 1, entry 1798: Particularly of the Glorious First ofûJune Action. Appendices include: (1) List of French ships taken; (2) Fullûcasualties in the British fleet; (3) Howe's despatch of 2 June to theûAdmiralty; (4) Full list of officers in each ship which took part; (5) TheûFrench line of battle; (6) Reproduction of Jean Bon Saint-Andre's journalûentry for 1 June on board Le Montagne.ûAJS: A contemporary account of Lord Howe's victory over the Fre... View more info

Extracts from the Several Treaties Subsisting Between Great-Britain and Other Kingdoms and States, of Such Articles and Clauses as Relate to the Duty and Conduct of the Commanders of the King of Great-Britain's Ships of War. Together With Such Articles of Later Treaties, which Bear Any Relation to the Same.

By: Anon.

Price: £325.00

Publisher: 1741,

Seller ID: 6055


xxiv + 264pp, engraved frontis, 38 engraved vignettes (chapter headingsûetc), large format (29cm x 24), later (1950s) half calf, an attractive andûclean copy. AJS: Produced as a working guide for commanders (1741) at a time whenûcorrespondence or contact with the authorities in London could takeûmonths.ûThe nations covered by this work are as follows: France, Spain,ûStates General, Portugal, Austrian Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, Denmark,ûSavoy, Turky (sic), Morocco, Algiers, Tripoly, Tunis. View more info

Souvenir Picture Book. The Royal Naval & Military Tournament Olympia.

By: Anon.

Price: £25.00

Publisher: ND 1930,

Seller ID: 7698


18pp, colour plate, 45 illus, large format, pictorial paper covers. SBS: Well illustrated catalogue of the annual tournament held at Olympia.ûAn attractive period piece. View more info

The Victory Museum HM Dockyard. Portsmouth. Illustrated Catalogue.

By: Anon.

Price: £5.00

Publisher: 1971, 15th ed,

Seller ID: 5606


16pp, 2 colour illus, 15 half tone illus, landscape format, fullûcolour pictorial stiff paper wrappers. AJS: Issued by the Victory Museum. View more info

Programme of the Coronation Review of the Fleet by His Majesty the King Spithead 20th May, 1937.

By: Anon.

Price: £25.00

Publisher: 1937,

Seller ID: 6373


64pp, illustrated throughout with photos and line illus, adverts, attractiveûpictorial paper wrappers. AJS: Good photographs along with a double-page plan of the anchorage. View more info

Boat Service Roll 1793-1814.

By: Anon.

Price: £25.00

Publisher: ND 1960 ?

Seller ID: 8687


typescript, 30pp, foolscap (33cm x 20.5cm), stiff paper wrappers. AJS: Extracted from the relevant medal rolls. Gives brief details of eachûincident, the ship, who took part, awards with date, of 53 boat actionsûfor the period 1793-1814. View more info

Arbog 1962. Handels-Og Sofartsmuseet pa Kronborg.

By: Anon.

Price: £5.00

Publisher: 1962, Kronborg,

Seller ID: 8845


203pp, 55 illus, advert section, pictorial stiff paper wrappers. View more info

The Clarkson Chronicle 1852-1952.

By: Anon.

Price: £16.00

Publisher: 1952,

Seller ID: 5916


114pp, 51 illus, 7 line drawings in text, original blue cloth. SBS: Shipowners and shipbrokers, who took advantage of the California Gold Rush, the Crimean War and both World Wars, moving latterly into marine insurance. View more info

The Royal Charter of Confirmation Granted by His Most Excellent Majesty, King James II. To the Trinity-House, of Deptford-Strond; For the Government and Increase of the Navigation of England, and the Relief of Poor Mariners, their Widows and Orphans, etc.

By: Anon.

Price: £225.00

Publisher: 1825,

Seller ID: 5048


203pp, with 2pp index, marbled endpapers, original full black goat, giltûdevices and tooling on front and rear boards, an attractive copy. Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea, page 889: Originally a guild ofû'ship-men and mariners' of England set up by Henry VIII in 1517, 'to theûpraise and honour of the most glorious and indvidable Trinity..in theûparish church of Deptford-Strond in our county of Kent'. Its originalûpurpose was to do all things necessary for the 'relief, increase andûaugmentation of the shipping of this our realm of England'. Since then theûCorporation of Trinity Hou... View more info

Shipshape and Bristol Fashion.

By: Anon.

Price: £12.00

Publisher: ND 1950,

Seller ID: 5884


viii + 110pp, colour frontis, 4 colour illus, 40 illus, original blue cloth. SBS: Bristol as a shipbuilding port, including the Great Eastern, The Bristol City Line 1879-. View more info

Det Forenede Damspskibs-Selskab Aktieselskab.

By: Anon.

Price: £15.00

Publisher: 1950, Copenhagen,

Seller ID: 8344


52pp, frontis, 2 folding plates, 121 illus, large format (27.5cm x 21cm),ûspiral binder, pictorial siff paper wrappers. AJS: An account of the company's activities from 1939, with detailed fleetûlists. View more info

The Raid on Zeebrugge An Illustrated Souvenir of the Model Display in the Admiralty Theatre of H.M. Government Pavilion. British Empire Exhibtion, 1924 & 1925.

By: Anon.

Price: £10.00

Publisher: 1925,

Seller ID: 7924


booklet, 32pp, 9 mounted illus, landscape format, original printed blueûstiff paper wrappers. View more info

Build the Ships.

By: Anon.

Price: £5.00

Publisher: 1946,

Seller ID: 7961


63pp, 51 illus, pictorial stiff paper wrappers. SBS: The official story of the shipyards in WW2. View more info

Review of the Fleet by His Majesty the King at Spithead 16th July, 1935. List of Ships.

By: Anon.

Price: £25.00

Publisher: 1935,

Seller ID: 5721


18pp, large folding chart, original paper wrappers. AJS: List of ships with an outline programme of events. There are also two official tickets issued by the Admiralty for travel on board SS Sandown to view the fleet. View more info

The Ship Model Collection of the Commercial Museum (Philadelphia).

By: Anon.

Price: £12.00

Publisher: 1964,

Seller ID: 6671


(x), 93pp, frontis, 50 illus, 2 line illus, pictorial paper wrappers. View more info

Visit of the French Fleet, August, 1905, List of Ships of the Combined Fleets, Programme of Events.

By: Anon.

Price: £150.00

Publisher: 1905,

Seller ID: 4626


(viii), 9pp, colour title page, 7 illus in text, large folding coloured chart printed on silk (in pocket), aeg, silk endpapers with gilt edging, original full blue calf, highly decorated with gilt devices, an attractive copy. AJS: The Entente Cordiale - The French fleet (battleships and cruisers), visited England for a joint review with the British fleet in the Solent on 7th to 9th of August 1905. The members of both Houses of Parliament invited the French Admirals and Officers to a luncheon in Westminster Hall on Saturday, August 12th. View more info

The Antiguan - Guide to Antiqua and Barbuda.

By: Anon.

Price: £12.00

Publisher: 1992,

Seller ID: 7563


brochure, 62pp, colour throughout, pictorial stiff paper wrappers. AJS: Full guide to the area with an account of Nelson's Dockyard. View more info