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Christopher Columbus.

Christopher Columbus.

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1 Street, James THE VELVET DOUBLET
Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company , Inc., 1953. First edition. Bound in pale blue cloth lettered in burgundy to the spine and with burgundy top-edge coloring, map endpapers. Hardcover. A hint of age-darkening to the blue cloth binding, a suggestion of offsetting to the endsheets, else a nearly fine copy; in a pictorial dust jacket that is also age-darkened, particularly to spine panel. Jacket design by Richard Cardiff. 
Historical novel of "a lifetime spent on the sea in the most dazzling years in all the history of navigation and discovery" told in the first person by a seaman under the command of "a brave arrogant, and determined visionary," Christopher Columbus. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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2 Street, James THE VELVET DOUBLET
Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company , Inc., 1953. First edition. Bound in pale blue cloth lettered in burgundy to the spine and with burgundy top-edge coloring, map endpapers. Hardcover. Some fading to spine and upper edge of cover, faint offsetting to endsheets, tiny bump to lower edge, else about near fine; in a pictorial dust jacket that is also age-darkened, particularly to spine panel, and that is nicked at the spine ends. 
"A novel of Columbus--the dreamer who built a bridge to the New World." Historical fiction from the Mississippi author of TAP ROOTS. Jacket design by Richard Cardiff. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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