3 edition of The pictorial history of the America"s Cup races found in the catalog.
The pictorial history of the America"s Cup races
Robert W. Carrick
Bibliography: p. 191.
|Statement||by Robert W. Carrick, assisted by George Calvert Simons. Stanley Rosenfeld, photographic consultant. Introd. by Harold S. Vanderbilt.|
|Series||A Studio book|
|LC Classifications||GV829 .C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||64020677|
This year's th anniversary of the America's Cup provides a unique, never again to be repeated opportunity to purchase a copy of the most famous book on the Cup, one that is considered the official and most detailed history of the first 50 years. Published originally in in a limited and numbered edition of only 3, copies, the book is almost impossible to find and even used copies. The Protocol was released on 27 September , less than three months after Emirates Team New Zealand’s victory in Bermuda. It is a result of a focused and friendly period of negotiation between the Defender and the Challenger of Record and the intention is to reflect the true spirit of the America’s Cup established by the Deed of Gift - a perpetual challenge cup for friendly competition.
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The 34th America's Cup was a series of yacht races held on San Francisco Bay, in September The series was contested between the defender Oracle Team USA representing the Golden Gate Yacht Club, and the challenger Emirates Team New Zealand representing the Royal New Zealand Yacht Team USA defended the America's Cup by a score of 9 to 8, after winning eight consecutive races. Fifteenth International Challenge for the America's Cup, Related. BUY PRINT EXPORT.
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Create # A Studio book\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. America's Cup ; Black Magic The Team New Zeland Story Eng. would be the year of the Kiwi.
Led by the fierce determination of Sir Peter Blake and with the steady hand of Russell Coutts on the wheel, New Zealand’s Black Magic dominated the challengers in San Diego, and went on to make short work of the Dennis Conner / Paul Cayard defense partnership, taking the America’s Cup back to.
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Get this from a library. Millions for defense; a pictorial history of the races for the America's cup. [Herbert L Stone; Alfred Fullerton Loomis]. The America's Cup, affectionately known as the Auld Mug, is a trophy awarded to the winner of the America's Cup match races between two sailing yacht, known as the defender, represents the yacht club that currently holds the America's Cup and the second yacht, known as the challenger, represents the yacht club that is challenging for the cup.
America's Cup winner Conner (The Art of Winning, ) and sailing writer Levitt's history of the most visible race in sailing blends politics, rarified technology, personalities, and a healthy dose of the sport's runic patois in thorough, if prolix, s: 5.
America’s Cup, one of the oldest and best-known trophies in international sailing yacht was first offered as the Hundred Guinea Cup on Augby the Royal Yacht Squadron of Great Britain for a race around the Isle of cup was won by the America, a foot (metre) schooner from New York City, and subsequently became known as the America’s Cup.
LIMITED FIRST EDITION OF THE LAWSON HISTORY OF THE AMERICA’S CUP. THOMPSON, Winfield M. and LAWSON, Thomas W. The Lawson History of the America’s Cup: A Record of Fifty Years.
Boston: (Published for Private Distribution Only by Thomas W. Lawson), Tall, thick quarto, original gilt-stamped pictorial cream cloth, top edge gilt, uncut.
The famous America's cup yacht America changed hands – and names – a few times after the first historic race, and then wound up in the American Civil War as a Union ship. She stayed in the military as a training ship for the Navy untilwhen she was sold to a.
The Pictorial History of the America's Cup Races. New York: Viking Press, Christianson, Stephen G., and Jane M. Hatch. The American Book of Days. 4th ed. New York: H.W. Wilson, WEB SITE America's Cup Official Web Site RESULTS BY COUNTRY COUNTRY WINNER RUNNER-UP.
The America's Cup presents a history of the race as told by photographs of the boats that sailed for the cup--from the America to New Zealand's Black Magic (the winner). Featuring over classic images from the Beken of Cowes archives and an introductory essay by designer Olin Stephens about the changes in yacht design over the decades, Reviews: 2.
Auckland's Exciting 36th America's Cup Race Course. Race Course Area. In accordance with the Protocol for the 36th America’s Cup, the race course area for the Prada Cup and America’s Cup Match was also announced. The Racing Area is defined by a varied area outlined across the wider Hauraki Gulf, running south along the North Shore beaches.
America New York Yacht Club "America's Cup Hall of Fame". Herreshoff Marine Museum. Archived from the original on This page was last edited on 15 Mayat (UTC). Text is available under the Creative Commons. "Millions for Defense: A Pictorial History of the Races for the America's Cup" is a 99 page, 9"x12" hardcover written by Herbert L.
Stone and Alfred F. Loomis, and published in by The Derrydale Press (New York) in a limited, numbered edition of copies (this being No. ).Seller Rating: % positive.
Shop our American history books collection. Find best sellers about civil war, American legends, breweries and wineries, and more. Buy your favorite book today. Art Deco pictorial map of the America’s Cup yacht races, showing the waters of the Atlantic Ocean off the coasts of Rhode Island and Massachusetts where the race took place.
The upper portion of the map has a decorative fan-like rendering of the compass directions from the starting buoy, within a ten-mile circle and a fifteen-mile circle.
The 36th America's Cup presented by Prada is the upcoming edition of the America's Cup yacht race. It will be contested by the winner of the America's Cup, Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron's team Emirates Team New Zealand, and the winner of the Prada Cup, the challenger selection series which will take place in January–February Both the Prada Cup and the subsequent America's Cup.
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A great coffee table book covering all the races from the very beginning up to Key to the book are many really excellent paintings of all the America Cup winners, all full page, all painted in the style of the period, not a bright contemporary we see so often today.
As a non yachty, l really found it a great s:. "For over years the America's Cup has been the world's most prestigious race for ocean-going yachts. This sumptuous book, now in its 7th edition, tells the story of the Cup from the very first race between America and Great Britain into the Oracle win over Alinghi, which took the Cup back to San Francisco, culminating with the fierce battle between Oracle Team USA and Emirates.America’s Cup World Series Auckland.
DECEMBERKNOW MORE. AUCKLAND / NEW ZEALAND THE PRADA CUP. JAN 15 - KNOW MORE. AUCKLAND / NEW ZEALAND America’s Cup World Series Auckland. DECEMBERKNOW MORE.The Lawson History of The America's Cup Author Thompson, Winfield M. and Lawson, Thomas W Format/binding Bound in pictorial gilt decorated cloth.
Book condition Used Binding Hardcover Publisher Thomas Lawson. Place of Publication Boston. Date published Terms of Sale. Heldfond Book Gallery, ABAA-ILAB.