Used Books in the Sea Chest Gift Shop

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Used Books for Sale

Books on Sale

Shopping for pre-owned maritime history books? Check here monthly for updates on new additions to our Used Book Shelves. The Sea Chest Gift Shop sells duplicates from the Library which are in good to very good condition. See the label for each book and a description below the images. Come into the Shop Tuesday through Sunday during Museum Open Hours or fill out your request to the Sea Chest Gift Shop using our online request form.

 
 

American Caesar Douglas MacArthur 1880-1964 by William Manchester. $20.00

American Naval History by Jack Sweetman. $25.00

Anti-Submarine Warfare by J.R. Hill. $15.00

Boat Building with Plywood by Glen L. Witt. $10.00

The Decorative Arts of the Mariner by Gervis Frere-Cook. $60.00

Disaster Log of Ships by Jim Gibbs. $25.00

The 32-Gun Frigate Essex by Portia Takakjian $48.00

International Register of Historic Ships by Norman Brouwer. Second edition. $26.00

Monsoon Seas by Alan Villiers $32.00

The National Watercraft Collection by Howard I. Chapelle. $35.00

The Oxford Companion to Ships and the Sea by Peter Kemp $47.00

A Panorama of Gaff Rig by John Leather and Roger M. Smith. $15.00

Patrick O’Brian’s Navy. $45.00

Sailing All Seas in the Idle Hour by Dwight Long $17.00

Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea by Gary Kinder $21.00

Sons of Sinbad by Alan Villiers $13.00

Supership by Noel Mostert $22.00

The Sway of the Grand Saloon by John Malcolm Brinnin $43.00

Souvenir program 1997-98. The Whitbread. Round the World Race for the Volvo Trophy. $5.00

U.S. Warships of World War I by Paul Silverstone. $35.00

 

If you’d like to purchase any of the above books, fill out your request to the Sea Chest Gift Shop using our online request form.

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