A People of the Sea – The Maritime History of the Channel Islands , , , , , ,

$200.00

A People of the Sea – The Maritime History of the Channel Islands, Jamieson, A. G. (Editor). Published by Methuen. London and New York, 1986. First Edition/First Printing. Blue tweed boards with black label on spine with silver titles; blue endpapers. 4to up to 12″ tall. 528 pages plus preliminaries. Coloured frontispiece, 16 coloured plates, 56 black & white plates, 2 text illustrations, 10 maps. Very light shelf wear to unclipped dustjacket; volume in pristine, unread condition.

“A People of the Sea” records the varied and intriguing maritime past of the Channel Islands and their inhabitants. Beginning with prehistoric time, the book draws on records from Britain, France, Canada and the Islands themselves.          002432            $220

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