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1 HEINEY, Paul, and Libby PURVES ... illustrated by Trevor RIDLEY THE SAILING WEEK-END BOOK ... selling in London.
Published by Nautical Books, London, 1985. 
Hard cover, 8vo. First Edition. ISBN 085177346. Condition: near FINE, except front endpaper missing (no library markings anywhere in book), in VG+ price-clipped dust jacket. Packed weight 700g. 
Price: 9.95 GBP
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2 Simpson-Lawrence Ltd. MARINE EQUIPMENT : Simpson-Lawrence Ltd. Catalogue, 1953 or earlier, selling in London.
Glasgow: Simpson-Lawrence Ltd, undated, 1953 inscription. 
Hard cover, blue cloth with coloured flags and grey seagull, red lettering, 239pp. 11" x 7". Condition: Binding G; spine a little cracked in a place; cover becoming detached from book at front hinge but still perfectly ok at back; contents VG. Nice photographic catalogue of nautical equipment available around 1953, printed in brown on cream paper. Rare in the UK: no other copy as early as this offered on internet at time of listing. Weight 900g. 
Price: 27.50 GBP
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3 THOMAS, Gordon, and Max Morgan WITTS Shipwreck : the strange fate of the Morro Castle ... FINE, selling in London.
Published by Dell, New York, 1974, 
Standard American paperback. Condition: FINE. On September 8, 1934, the luxury cruise liner 'Morro Castle', carrying 316 passengers and 230 officers and crew, caught fire a few hours away from New York harbour on a return voyage from Havana. This book investigates the cause of the fire in which 134 people died. What was the true nature of George White Rogers, the man who at the time was hailed as a hero, and now is known to be one of the most sinister figures ever to put to sea? Packed weight 300g. 
Price: 6.95 GBP
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