MAHAN, CAPTAIN A. T., D.C.L., LL.D. “Sea Power In Its Relations To The War Of 1812” In Two Volumes. Little, Brown, and Company, Boston October 1905.
Volume One: Chapters I-VII Through Page 423
Illustrations – 11 Full Page Black-and-White
Maps – 6
Unread copy with many uncut pages in original publishers dark blue cloth Gilt Title, Author, Vol. Number and Publisher to spine and gilt sailing ship on front board.
Volume Two: Chapters IX – XVIII Through Page 437
Index Pages 438-456
Illustrations – 16 Black-and-White illustrations
Maps & Battle Plans – 19
Pages have been cut on this Volume. Condition as above. Previous owners signature and date of Nov. 1915 on FFEP of both Volumes. A Very Complete and Comprehensive Study of the Naval aspects of this war.
Price: $150.00 – Two Volume Set
NANCE, R. MORTON: “Sailing-Ship Models – A Selection From European and American Collections With Introductory Text By..” Revised Edition. Halton & Company, London. 1949.
120 Predominately Full Page Black-and-0White Illustrations from Photographs preceded by 66 pages of text. Text continues from pages 67 through 81 Frontispiece full color plate from photograph of “Flemish Carrack, circa 1450. Model by R. Morton Nance.
Original publishers cloth with badly faded and worn gilt on spine. Brilliant Gilt title, Sailing Ship and Author on front board. Near Fine copy excepting fading of spine.