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Divers in Deep Seas: More Romance of Salvage

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Product description

Here from the endless drama of the sea are more tales of salvage. It is the author's good fortune to be able to reveal the latest advances in deep diving made by the Royal Navy, and to throw new light on the origin of the standard patch which was such a godsend to Britain during the submarine campaign.

Orange cloth covered boards. Black text to spine. Various scuffs, marks and discolouration, particularly to spine. Wear to edges of boards and spine. Shelf wear to spine. Reference stamp to front endpaper. Text block is foxed and tanned in places but is otherwise clean and tight and free from annotation and marginalia.

Item details

Added value:
Black and white photographic plates
Author(s):
Masters, David
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
16mo - 6-7
Edition:
1938
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
284
Publisher:
Eyre & Spottiswoode

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Here from the endless drama of the sea are more tales of salvage. It is the author's good fortune to be able to reveal the latest advances in deep diving made by the Royal Navy, and to throw new light on the origin of the standard patch which was such a godsend to Britain during the submarine campaign.

Orange cloth covered boards. Black text to spine. Various scuffs, marks and discolouration, particularly to spine. Wear to edges of boards and spine. Shelf wear to spine. Reference stamp to front endpaper. Text block is foxed and tanned in places but is otherwise clean and tight and free from annotation and marginalia.

Added value:
Black and white photographic plates
Author(s):
Masters, David
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
16mo - 6-7
Edition:
1938
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
284
Publisher:
Eyre & Spottiswoode

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