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Author Name:    Kochiss, John M.

Title:   The Deadeye: How It Was Made in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, and Some Notes on its History and Rigging [Marine Historical Association]

Binding:   Soft cover

Book Condition:   Fine

Type:   Book

Edition:   1st Edition

Size:   8vo - over 7" - 9" tall

Publisher:   Mystic, CT Marine Historical Association 1970

Illustrator:   John Lapresle

Seller ID:   040102

Booklet, stiff goldenrod wraps, lettered/illus. in blue and brown, oblong format. As issued. 43 pp., illus.

Price = 12.50 USD
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