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Pirate Port : The Story of the Sunken City of Port Royal. First British Edition in dustjacket

By: MARX, Robert F

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Pelham Books Ltd, London, 1968,:

Seller ID: 102859


MARX, Robert F. Pirate Port : The Story of the Sunken City of Port Royal. (London) : Pelham Books Ltd, (1968). First British Edition. Pp (8),9-190,(2). Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "When Morgan the pirate made it his headquarters, Port Royal was known as the most wicked city in the world. Then one sunny day at noon the sky reddened, the earth shook, and the town and two thousand of its inhabitants were swallowed up. Since that fateful day in 1692, four-fifths of Port Royal has lain beneath. the water at the bottom of Kingston Harbour. Now Robert Marx, ... View more info

Shipwrecks in the Americas. Hardcover in dustjacket

By: MARX, Robert F

Price: $16.00

Publisher: Bonanza, New York, 1983, ISBN:051741371x:

Seller ID: 44678


MARX, Robert F. Shipwrecks in the Americas. New York: Bonanza Books, (1983). Pp. (10),xi-xxi,(1),[1]-482,(8), [64] pp plates. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. A reprint of the 1975 title Shipwrecks of the WesternHemisphere. Contents include: "The Ships"; "Early Salvors, Treasure-Hunter s, and Marine Archaeology"; "Locating Shipwrecks"; "Surveying, Mapping, andExcavating a Site"; "Identification and Dating of Shipwrecks and Their Car goes"; "Preservation of Artifacts"; "Canada"; "The United States"; "Florida"; ... View more info

Voyage of the Nina II. First Printing of Second Edition in dustjacket

By: MARX, Robert F. COLUMBUS, Christopher)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, 1991, ISBN:0884150038:

Seller ID: 101883


MARX, Robert F. The Voyage of the Niña II. Houston : Gulf Publishing Company, (1991). First Printing of Second Edition. Pp (6),5-254,+ 16 pp colour photographs. Map. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "In December of 1962, Columbus'S ship Niña arrived triumphantly at San Salvador from Spain—for the second time! The forty-two-foot Niña II, an authentic replica of Columbus's original caravel, carried a crew of nine danng men who sought to repeat the historic event using the same 15th-century techniques, tools, and provisions that Columbus himself used. This is tne chronicle of th... View more info