MERCHANT SAILING SHIPS 1850-1875

By: MacGregor, David R

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MERCHANT SAILING SHIPS 1850-1875 by MacGregor, David R
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Conway Maritime Press Ltd. London. 1984. 1st edition. The period after 1850 saw a refinement in sailing ship design in a quest for speedier vessels to cater for the guanno, wool and tea trade. It was to be the period that saw the last Blackwall Passenger Frigates. Als in this fine book took are details on the small square riggers and fore and after's. The author's comparative analysis of ships is complemented by a over 300 plans and photographs. Original dust jacket over green cloth covered end boards. 256pp. 285 x 220 mm. Fine condition.

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