"A Classification of the Principal Sea-going Junks of China (south of the Yangtze Kiang)" by G.R.G. Worcester, 1948.

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  • 13 Sep 2015 01:10
    Reply # 3522654 on 1446522
    Chris, you've done a wonderful job.  I find the variety of rig and hull shapes to be quite astonishing.  I'm planning to print it out later: it's just too marvellous to keep solely on a computer screen.
  • 13 Sep 2015 01:12
    Reply # 3522655 on 3521853
    Iain Grigor wrote:

    The Junks and Sampans of the Yangstze: a study in Chinese nautical Research.

    Plates, plans and a map.

    Shanghai and London, 1947-1948.

    G.R.G [George Raleigh Gray] Worcester.

    According to its online catalogue, a copy of this title is held in the National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh. 

    Hi Iain: in case you are unaware of it, a digital version is available here.
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