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Lloyd's register of shipping
Bib ID 729906
Format JournalJournal
Description London : Lloyd's, 1914-[1948?] 
v. 
Numbering Note Issued in parts. 
Notes

Includes a separately paginated section: List of ship owners and managers.

Publication of the Appendix suspended due to the war.

For some time published in 2 vols., v. 2 being the Appendix (subsequently published separately)

Life Dates 1914/15-  Ceased with 1948/49 vol 
Has Supplement

Lloyd's register shipping. Appendix to Lloyd's register book

Later Title

Lloyd's register of shipping. Register book. Volume 1, Register of ships

Lloyd's register of shipping. Register book

Former Title

Lloyd's register of British and foreign shipping

Frequency Annual 
Subjects Ship registers - Periodicals.  |  Shipping - Directories.
Other authors/contributors Lloyd's Register of Shipping (Firm : 1914- )
Also Titled

Lloyd's register

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