United States Navy Surplus
Title: Sale of Vessels by the Navy at Minimum Prices and on Deferred Payment Basis. Bids will be Opened April 21, 1921 in Navy Department, Bureau of Suppliesand Accounts. Buy It From the Navy.
Publisher:  Government Printing Office GPO, Washington, D.C., 1921,
Seller ID: 92047
(United States Navy Surplus). Sale of Vessels by the Navy at Minimum Pricesand on Deferred Payment Basis. Bids will be Opened April 21, 1921 in Navy Department, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. Buy It From the Navy. (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1921). Pp -19,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double Column. Large 8vo, stapled printed self-wraps. Vessels to be sold by sealed proposals : Steam Yachts – Wasp, Pawnee, Sylvia, Onward, Corona, Margaret; Motor Boats and Motor Yachts – Bayocean, Patrol No.10, Atlantic, Russ, Relief, Raven III, Shadow III; Miscellaneous Craft – F earless (tug), James H. Clark (tug), Ardent (mine sweeper), Chase S. Osborne (steel mine sweeper), Harbor Tug No. 64, Breakwater (mine sweeper), Standish (tug), Raleigh (steel cruiser), U.S.S. Cincinnati (steel cruiser), Winthrop (tug). Frances G. Conwell (tug), Supply (cargo steamer), U.S.S. Marblehead (cruiser), Castine (gunboat); Submarine Chasers – Seagoing Cruising Motor Boats (pp 10-19, with some deck plans and profiles). Tears to spine ends, some edgewear and darkening, browning from newspaper clippings laid in, else very good. 150.00