The Iron Ship. The History and Significance of Brunel's Great Britain. Ewan CORLETT.
The Iron Ship. The History and Significance of Brunel's Great Britain.

The Iron Ship. The History and Significance of Brunel's Great Britain.

Bradford-on-Avon: Moonraker Press, 1975. [Maritime History and Engineering] INSCRIBED FIRST EDITION. Small quarto (26 x 21cm), pp.[6], 253; [1]. Illustrated throughout with maps, plans, black and white photographs, and very occasional colour plates. INSCRIBED by the author in blue ink to flyleaf: 'To Jaqueline Iversen / with my thanks / Ewan Corlett / (Hardly believe it's in print at last!)'. Publisher's brown cloth with gilt titles to spine. With the colour-illustrated dust-jacket. Also with a reprint of 'The Stranding of the S.S. Great Britain in Dundrum Bay', by Ewan Corlett, SIGNED in blue ink to the front cover, pp.117-126, loose to preliminaries in white card covers. Internally clean, lightly toned to edges; light wear to cloth and jacket edges. Very good. Item #50812

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