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The Studio Limited, London 1925. A miscellany of the worlds greatest maritime paintings reproduced by 115 tipped in colour plates. Lubbock guides his readers through events and nautical anthology spanning the period 1500 to 1834. The illustrations show the Earliest voyages and Circumnavigation depicting the ships of Columbus, Magellan, Vasco da Gama, Anson, Drake, Raleigh, Cabot, Cook, and La Perouse. Another section covers Perils of the Sea graphically illustrated with the paintings of De Vlieger, Gillray, Pollard, Turner, Huggins and Daniell. Whaling and Early Artic Exploration spans the period 1598 to 1825 with dramatic illustrations of whaling sealing and exploration. The Chapters The Buccaneers and Pirates and Privateers, Smugglers and Slavers is illustrated by Moreland Drummond, Ward, and Sir David Wilkie. Clipper Ships is splendidly illustrated by Huggins and Dutton. With numerous additional prints pasted in. Bears a number of anotations from Geoffrey Ingleton who's book plate is pasted inside front end boards. Sunbleached spine and some discolouration to cloth covered end boards. Foxing evident throughout. Copy Limited Edition 236 of 1750 copies. 315 mm x 255 mm