U.S. NAVAL OFFICERS: THEIR SWORDS AND DIRKS

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Item Code: 286-1095

Tuite, Peter T. Man At Arms Books, 2004.  Hardcover with dustjacket; 248 pages. 11” x 8.5”. 500+ color photographs. Excellent, next to new condition. Pages clean and bright; very minor wear to dustjacket – small tear at upper edge where it covers the spine.

Features the collection of the United States Naval Academy Museum.  For centuries, the symbol of bravery and service for U.S. naval officers has been the sword. This book not only shows you the swords and dirks that are our nation’s naval heritage, but recounts the timeless deeds of honor that are forever tied to them.  [ld] [ph:L]

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