Item #17513 West Made East with the Loss of a Day. A Chronicle of the First Circumnavigation of the Globe Under the United States Naval Reserve Yacht Pennant, July 7, 1931 to March 4, 1932. An Account of Adventures in Navigation, Diversions, Picturesque Scenes, the Everyday Life of Remote Places, and the Taking of Specimens for the Vanderbilt Marine Museum. William K. VANDERBILT.
West Made East with the Loss of a Day. A Chronicle of the First Circumnavigation of the Globe Under the United States Naval Reserve Yacht Pennant, July 7, 1931 to March 4, 1932. An Account of Adventures in Navigation, Diversions, Picturesque Scenes, the Everyday Life of Remote Places, and the Taking of Specimens for the Vanderbilt Marine Museum

West Made East with the Loss of a Day. A Chronicle of the First Circumnavigation of the Globe Under the United States Naval Reserve Yacht Pennant, July 7, 1931 to March 4, 1932. An Account of Adventures in Navigation, Diversions, Picturesque Scenes, the Everyday Life of Remote Places, and the Taking of Specimens for the Vanderbilt Marine Museum

New York: Privately Printed, 1933. 1st Edition. Quarto. Very Good / Good+. Item #17513

A beautiful 1933 1st Limited Edition, one of 800 printed on Archer paper.

377pp. Large quarto. Blue cloth with titling in gilt on spine and front cover. Square tight binding. Clean interior. Mild foxing to outer pages. Illustrated slipcase with some rubbing and wear. Seven tissue-guarded plates. Light spotting to spine.

A desirable copy of a scarce nautical text of an important voyage.

Price: $650.00