Author:ARMSTRONG, Warren


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H.M. Small Ships. 1st UK in dj


Price: $80.00

Publisher: Frederick Muller, 1958,:

Seller ID: 33621

ARMSTRONG, Warren. H.M. Small Ships. Written with the authority and assistance of the Admiralty. L.: Frederick Muller Ltd, (1958). First Printing. Pp 199. Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth. Law 0439. "This exciting and vividly-written book is the officially authorised history, told for the first time, of that branch of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve which in 1939 set out to fight a private war against the German Navy: H.M. Coastal Forces. Britain's 'Mile-a-Minute' Navy [...]" - from the dj. Vg in lightly edgeworn dj with a few short tears. 80.00 View more info

Saltwater Tramp. no dj.


Price: $45.00

Publisher: Jarrolds, 1944,:

Seller ID: 31225

ARMSTRONG, Warren. Saltwater Tramp. L: Jarrolds, (1944). Pp 148. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. As the title suggests, a seaman and journalist's reminscences of his slow boat journeys to New York, Buenos Aires, South Africa, and the Far East. Edges and ep specked, cloth rubbed, else vg. 45.00 View more info

Sea Phantoms. Second printing


Price: $25.00

Publisher: Odhams, London, 1964,:

Seller ID: 20165

ARMSTRONG, Warren. Sea Phantoms. London :Odhams Books, Ltd (1964). Second Printing. Pp 160. 8vo, blue cloth. Chapters: 1. The Case of the Haunted U-Boat [UB 65]; 2. Ghost Ship of Block Island [Palatine]; 3. Keepers of the Deep Sea Light; 4. Terror of the Hungry Sands; 5. The Legend of "Lovers' Land"; 6. The Perfumed Ghost of H.M.S. Asp; 7. Phantom of the Pacific; 8. Hoodooof an Atlantic Liner [Great Eastern]; 9. Old Man of the Sea; 10. The Ghost Captain; 11. Two Small Yellow-tinted Lights 12. Australian Interlude [the Port Pirie]; 13. The Man on the Weather Yard; 14. Shadows and Substa... View more info

Cruise of a Corsair. First Edition in dustjacket

By: ARMSTRONG, Warren SEMMES, Raphael

Price: $65.00

Publisher: Cassell, London, 1963,:

Seller ID: 18341

ARMSTRONG, Warren. Cruise of a Corsair. London : Cassell, (1963). First Printing. Pp (8),[1]-207,(1) + frontispiece + . Illustrated. Double page chartin text. 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Myron Smith, American Civil War Navies : A Bibliography 246. "The Alabama, a beautifully modelledthousand ton wooden barquentine, was built by the British firm of Laird's at Birkenhead in 1862. She had been commissioned by the Confederate States of America as a merchantman. And although suspicions were arroused as to her real purpose, she managed to escape the British Government's order for ... View more info