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Looming Lights. 1st UK in dj.

By: CARTER, George Goldsmith CALLENDER, Geoffrey, Sir (intro)

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Constable, London, 1945,:

Seller ID: 52748


CARTER, George Goldsmith. Looming Lights. [Dustjacket adds the sub-title: Atrue story of the Lightships]. With an introduction by Sir Geoffrey Callen der. (L.): Constable, (1945). First UK Edition. Pp. 167. 8vo, blue cloth. Law 1204. The lightships served as a more than adequate substitute for lighthouses, when there was no firm surface on which to build lighthouses. Serving the same purpose as their land borne brethren, the lightships helped to keep mercantile, naval, and personal vessels away from dangerous coastline.This volume contains many stories involving the lightships. "The coastw... View more info

Looming Lights. 1st UK no dj.

By: CARTER, George Goldsmith CALLENDER, Geoffrey, Sir (intro)

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Constable, London, 1945,:

Seller ID: 54876


CARTER, George Goldsmith. Looming Lights. With an introduction by Sir Geoffrey Callender. (L.): Constable, (1945). First UK Edition. Pp. 167. 8vo, blue cloth. Law 1204. The lightships served as a more than adequate substitutefor lighthouses, when there was no firm surface on which to build lighthou ses. Serving the same purpose as their land borne brethren, the lightships helped to keep mercantile, naval, and personal vessels away from dangerous coastline. This volume contains many stories involving the lightships. "Thecoastwise lights of Britain are immortal. To-day they sleep, but the ho... View more info

Looming Lights. Readers Union in dj.

By: CARTER, George Goldsmith CALLENDER, Geoffrey, Sir (intro)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Readers Union and Constable, London, 1947,:

Seller ID: 73317


CARTER, George Goldsmith. Looming Lights . With an introduction by Sir Geoffrey Callender. London: Readers Union and Constable, 1947. Pp. [i]-xxi,(1),1-167(3). 8vo, blue cloth with dark blue lettering and gilt tooling to spine. Law 1204. The lightships served as a more than adequate substitute for lighthouses, when there was no firm surface on which to build lighthouses. Serving the same purpose as their land borne brethren, the lightships helpedto keep mercantile, naval, and personal vessels away from dangerous coastl ine. This volume contains many stories involving the lightships. "The c... View more info