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WRECK & SINKING THE TITANIC - MARSHALL EVERETT - 1912

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Sold Date: 12/23/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay



WRECK AND SINKING OF THE TITANIC

THE OCEAN'S GREATEST DISASTER

Edited by MARSHALL EVERETT

L.H. WALTER, 1912

ILLUSTRATED FIRST EDITION

Many years ago, a boy owner of this book wrote his name on the inside cover.

His name was WILLIAM MASTERS.

I do not know if he was a relative of any of the survivors.

The book is COMPLETE, with NO pungent odor, and is SOLIDLY BOUND,

but it has the following condition problems:

(1) The J. Bruce Ismay (White Star Line Manager) photo is badly torn and retaped -

almost as if the book's owner was personally mad at him.

[See my related digital item photo below.]

(2) Some of the outer edges of the pages are a little rough, but the script is fine.

(3) The cover is certainly in very rough condition - it is buffed and scratched,

and has two small holes on the spine.

Overall, the book is in FAIR CONDITION.

I INVITE YOU TO CHECK OUT MY OTHER AUCTION ITEMS.

NO RESERVE. COMBINED RATE SHIPPING ON MULTPLE PURCHASES.

PLEASE ENLARGE ITEM PHOTOS BELOW WHEN APPLICABLE FOR GREATER DETAIL

NOTE: It just occurred to be that the "William Masters Book" signature might really be a possessive (that is Master's),

So this could open up the possibility for new research into the name (e.g. "William Master" or even "Master William") .

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