Good; light wear to dust jackets, small notation inside front cover
13.5" L x 10" W x 2" H
Why We Love This
American Sail, A Pictorial History by Alexander Laing. 1961 First Edition. E.P. Dutton Co. Hardcover with dust jacket, 346 pages. More than 500 illustrations. Sails in the Wind by Hans Jurgen Hansen. Viking Press, 1974. Hardcover with dust jacket, 112 pages. The drama and romance of sailing captured by the cameras of some of the world's finest marine photographers.
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Fine Print, LTD
At Fine Print, LTD we have been gathering books from around the country and are always on the hunt for the interesting and unusual. Our collection spans many decades, and we are delighted to now offer it to One Kings Lane buyers.
Beery's Basic Sailing, by John C. Beery. JCB
Company, 1963. Softcover. Third edition. Black-and-white illustrations throughout. 46 pages. This book teaches the basic principles of sailing for those just starting out in the sport. Includes sections on fundamentals, sailing theory, ...
Sailing the Great Races by Robin Burton. Chartwell
Books, 1979. Hardcover with dust jacket. Color and black white illustrations throughout. 160 pages. This book is an informative and entertaining look at the world's greatest sailing races, from the early clipper ...
Royce's Sailing illustrated, by Patrick M. Royce. Royce
Publications, 1974. Softcover. Black line illustrations throughout. Sixth edition. 246 pages. One of the most used reference books, appealing to both the beginner and the old hand. Numerous illustrations and diagrams. Includes ...