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  • Bill Carrier

    Okay, not exactly a map or a globe. Franklin Books sells books with 3D sculpted book covers in the theme of the books title. This book is The Innocent Voyage by Richard Hughes

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The Innocent Voyage (also know as A High Wind in Jamaica) by Richard Hughes, bound by Richard Tuttle. Signed Limited Edition, 1944, 1416 of 1500. Signed and Numbered by the Illustrator, Lynd Ward. Rebound in lamb skin over sculpted boards with a hand carved wooden boat and mast affixed to the front cover. The original front endpaper and pastedown have been retained. 2013, 10” x 7”