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History Of The Cunard Steamship Company Anon.

extr'd from The Illustrated Naval & Military Magazine

History Of The Cunard Steamship Company (extracted from "The Illustrated Naval and Military Magazine"). [1886] No publication date appears on the title page, but the text is 'signed off' as February 1886, and the British Library exemplar is recorded as acquired in 1886, also giving the publisher and place of publn. as Cunard and London. The 31 pages of text, include a tabulated " List of the Comapany's Present Fleet" covering 34 ships. There are 13 finely executed full-page engravings of the named ships (Paddle Steam Ship "Britannia" leaving Boston; Paddle Steam Ships "Britannia," "Acadia" "Caledonia," and "Columbia"; Paddle Steam Ships "Europa" and "America"; Paddle Steam Ship "Asia"; Paddle Steam Ship "Arabia"; Paddle Steam Ship "Persia"; Screw Steam Ships "Bothnia" and "Scythia"; Screw Steam Ship "Gallia"; Screw Steam Ship "Servia"; Screw Steam Ship "Aurania"; Screw Steam Ship "Oregon"; Screw Steam Ships "Umbria" and "Etruria.") also appended at rear are 5 pull-out folded "Cabin Plans" of the named ships ("Umbria" and "Etruria" ; " Oregon" ; " Aurania"; "Servia" ; "Gallia"). 24 x16cm. Prelims a little foxed; front free endpaper especially so. Bound in red calf with gilt tooling of the title and the Cunard crest. Calf rather badly scuffed and stained, as shown in accompanying image.

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