FLOATING PRISON:

New Old Stock Condition
FFL is not required

Current Bid
$0.00
Starting Bid
$22.95
Sign In/Register to Bid or Buy Now
Enter your maximum bid.
$
Minimum bid: $22.95
Buy Now Price
$22.95
No Reserve!
0 Bids Bid History
Time Left 15 min rule
2d 17h +
10/25/2019 8:59 PM
Item 823618642
Location Tucson, AZ 85711
Shipping Free Shipping On: Priority
See Item Description / Additional Terms of Sale
No international shipments
Payment Visa / MasterCard, American Express, Discover, USPS Money Order, Money Order, Certified Check
Checkout Contact Seller for Payment
Applicable Taxes and Fees
Seller must collect taxes / fees from the following states:
AZ 8.1%   
Inspection/ Return Policy
Unspecified

The seller of this item assumes all responsibility for this listing. You must contact the seller to resolve any questions or concerns before placing a bid. Payment must be made using U.S. dollars ($) unless otherwise stated in the listing. Firearms may only be shipped to a licensed dealer (FFL Holder). Some listed items may not be legal in every state. Complete your purchase within the law.

Need more information? Need to email the seller? Ask Seller a Question.


FLOATING PRISON: The Extraordinary Account of Nine Years Captivity on the British Prison Hulks During the Napoleonic Wars


by Louis Garneray.
Edition: First Edition

Description:

256 Pages - 30 Illustrations.In 1806 Lt. Louis Garneray’s ship was en route to France when it was captured by the Royal Navy. Confined for nine years with hundreds of others in the cramped quarters of a prison ship off Portsmouth, he tells a compelling story in turns violent, poignant, dark, and humorous. Originally published in 1851 in French as Mes Pontons, the memoir is considered to be the most detailed account of shipboard prison life at that time. Translator Richard Rose presents the first full, unabridged English-language version of the classic and draws on extensive research to examine the veracity of the more fanciful elements of the narrative. As an added feature, the book is illustrated with paintings and etchings done by Garneray, who became a distinguished maritime artist later in life. This rare first-person exposé on a little-known facet of the age of sail is a valuable resource and makes fascinating reading. **out of print**

Binding: Hard Cover
ID Number: 9617

PAYMENT OPTIONS & METHOD:

PRIORITY MAIL. w/ Delivery Confirmation

VISA or Mastercard, Discover, Amex, Money Orders, Cashiers Check

AZ RESIDENT MUST ADD 8.1% SALE TAX .NO EXCEPTIONS!!!!

Need more information? Need to email the seller? Ask Seller a Question

Seller provided no "Additional Terms of Sale"
UPC
 
GTIN
 
SKU
 
Mfg Part Number
 
Weight