PRISONER OF WAR MODELS 1775-1825

By: Freeston, Ewart, C

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PRISONER OF WAR MODELS 1775-1825 by Freeston, Ewart, C
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Nautical Publishing Company Lmited. London. 1973. A classic on the subject. Many of the French prisoners of war held in the British jails and hulks were industrious and talented. Soon after incarserationthey found that they had a talent that could earn them a more comfortable life - the hand crafting of exquisite ship models made out of sheep bone, box or fruitwood, ivory, tortoiseshell and human bone (Dieppe ivory). These were the materials that the prisoners had easy access to. The prisoners brought much needed wealth to the townsfolk surrounding the jail who supplied tools and supplies to this popular trade. Illustrated dust jacket over green cloth covered end boards. Near fine condition. 174pp. 283 x 220 mm

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