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History of Piracy

N.P.Trent Antiques

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage

Condition:

Good; d/j has small piece, binding splitting on one side

Materials:

hardcover

Size:

5.75" W x 8.75" H

Why We Love This

The History of Piracy by Philip Gosse. New York: Tudor Pub. Co., 1934. Second edition. 349 pp. Hardcover, with part of dust jacket. A key work in the study of piracy, with a dramatic narrative. 17 black and white illustrations with four maps. The Barbarossas and their successors, the 17th century, slavery and redemption, early English pirates, the Elizabethan corsairs, the Jacobean pirates, the buccaneers, the pirates of North America, and the 19th century.
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Why We Love This

The History of Piracy by Philip Gosse. New York: Tudor Pub. Co., 1934. Second edition. 349 pp. Hardcover, with part of dust jacket. A key work in the study of piracy, with a dramatic narrative. 17 black and white illustrations with four maps. The Barbarossas and their successors, the 17th century, slavery and redemption, early English pirates, the Elizabethan corsairs, the Jacobean pirates, the buccaneers, the pirates of North America, and the 19th century.

About N.P.Trent Antiques

N.P. Trent Antiques has been a sought-after resource for New York and Florida collectors and design professionals for more than a quarter of a century. Located in Kinderhook, NY, the showroom specializes in period English and continental furniture, art, and decorative accessories.