Book Description

Falmouth has played a key role in the nation's maritime history, affording shelter from enemies & storms. Its shipyards have a long story of building & repairing ships of all types. This book is about the development of the town, its harbour, and its shipping as well as the people who spent their working lives around the Fal estuary & along the coast of west Cornwall.
Author D G Wilson
Date 2014
Binding Blue boards with gilt titles to the spine in a colour dust wrapper featuring photographs & repros of maritime paintings
Publisher Halsgrove
Illustrator Profusely illustrated with fine black/white plates, charts, maps & diagrams
Condition VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper (unclipped)
Pages 160

Price: £85.00

Offered by Geoff Cox Books

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