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C. H. Pitman, Perth Wester Australia. 1946 1st edition. In 1621 the British ship 'Tryal' sank off the Western Australian coast and thus became Australia's first shipwreck. Capt William Dampier's 'Robuck' was to sink not far away sixty-six years later. Other notable sinkings were 1629 'Batavia' with a cargo of 315,836 florins as cargo; 1711 'Zuytdorp'; 1727 'Zeewyck' these were followed by four hundred more over a 300 year span. Shelf worn, minor soiling. With an inked salutation on the fly leaf. Illustrated dust jacket over red cloth covered end boards. 224pp. 210 x 130 mm