By Abraham Rees
Devon   David & Charles Reprints
11" by 9" vii, 183pp.
A beautifully illustrated edition of extracts from the original text issued in 1819-1820.
By Abraham Rees

1970 Rees's Naval Architecture (1819-20)

Devon   David & Charles Reprints
11" by 9" vii, 183pp.
A beautifully illustrated edition of extracts from the original text issued in 1819-1820.
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Illustrated, Original Binding, Publishers' Original Binding, With Dustwrapper

An edition of extracts from Rees's Naval Architecture: The Cyclopaedia or Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature. A selection of articles and plates on the subject of naval architecture, taken from Rees's cyclopaedia, including details on: Rigging, Masts, Sail-Making, Rope-Making, and Machinery. Illustrated with ten fold-out plates, and fourteen plates. Collated complete. Written by Abraham Rees, a Welsh nonconformist minister and author.

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In the original grey cloth binding. Externally, very smart with light fading to the extremities and spine. Original price-clipped dust wrapper is sound with light shelf wear, minor chipping and a the odd tear. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are very bright and clean throughout.

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