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08/20/2017 09:34 AM
1912 FIRST EDITION “SINKING OF THE TITANIC”
age: 100+ years old
size: 8.5 inches long, 6 inches wide
comments: Sinking of the Titantic and Great Sea Disasters, A Detailed and Accurate Account of the Most Awful Marine Disaster in History, Constructed from the Real Facts as obtained from those on board who survived... only authoritative book, including Records of previous great disasters of the sea, descriptions of the development of safety and life saving appliances, a plain statement of the cuases of such catastrophes and how to avoid them, the marvelous development of shipbuilding, etc. with a message of spiritual consolation by Rev. Henry Van Dyke, D.D., edited by Logan Marshall, illustrated with numerous authentic photographs and drawings, hardcover, copyright 1912. Condition is poor with extensive wear on covers, spine is torn, spine ends and corners are bumped, binding is loose, though intact. All pages are present, there is foxing, spotting and some staining, very readable. An interesting book you will want to come in and view.
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