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Aberystwyth:National Libary of Wales. 1997. 87pp. Illus. Stiff wrps. A fine copy.
188pp. + 30 maps + lar folding map. Illus. Jacket worn, but book in very good condition.
London:John Murray. (1932). 1st edition. 320pp. Illus. Dust-jacket absent. An excellent copy. Biography of the famed English 19th. century publishing house, John Murray.
New York:G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1941. 246pp. Illustrated. Light soiling to covers, otherwise a very good copy.
London: Gregg Press. 1964. Hardcover, no jacket. 191pp. + fold. chart. Illustrated in b/w. An excellent copy. Light shelfwear to boards. Inside is clean, bright, and unmarked with a square and secure binding. We obtained this copy directly from the publisher, it has never been privately owned. "Datable inscriptions are more numerous in the southen Pennines than in Wales, but there are not enough of them. Therefore we are largely dependent, in both regions, upn archaeologial remains for our knowledge of the three centuries that followed their conquest by Rome. (cfm)
Gloucester: Alan Sutton. 1988. 192 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. A selected series of photographs from the best Cotswold photographers and sepia pictures from the turn of the 19th century. Jacket is lightly frayed at the edges. Binding is only lightly shelf-worn at the edges and spine. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. A very good copy. S037.
London: Rupert Hart-Davis. 1967. 304 pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket shows only minimal wear to the edges. Some light sun-fading to spine. There is a small price sticker affixed to the front cover. Book itself is only lightly shelf-worn to the top and bottom of the spine. Interior is clean, bright and free of marks. Overall, a very good copy.
524pp. Previous owners name on front fly-leaf. Spine sun-faded, otherwise a very good plus copy.
London:John Murray. 1850. 602pp. Illus. + fold. plate. Ex-library copy. Release mark on lower corner of title page otherwise a very good, tight clean copy. Edges of spine lightly worn and spine binding has two very small tears or holes. Altogether a very satisfactory copy. S057.
210pp. Illus. With dust jacket. Internally a fine copy. Dust-jacket lightly soiled or faded. A survey of Lancashire history as seen by fourteen contemporary diarists, autobiographis, and collections of letters.
Aberystwyth:National Library of Wales. 1994. 89pp. Illus. With dust jacket. A fine copy.
SEINTE MARHERETE PE MEIDEN ANT MARTYR. Re-edited from MS. Bodley 34, Oford and MS. Royal 17a xxvii, British Museum.
London: Oxford University Press. (1958). 144pp. 2nd printing. Hard bound. A very good copy. *Early English Text Society #193. S110.
SIR FRANCIS DRAKE AS SEEN BY HIS CONTEMPORARIES. An Essay by..... With a Bibliographical Supplement of Works Relating to Drake at the John Carter Brown Library.
Providence: John Carter Brown Library. 1996. 93pp. Soft cover. Fine copy. S107.
SOUVENIR OF THE HIGHLANDS. The Trossachs, Loch Katrine and Loch Lomond. With Twenty-four Chromo Views.
London:T. Nelson and Sons. 1897. 47pp with 12 color plates. Hardcover. Binding is lightly worn at the edges and spine, with some mild soiling to the covers. Otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, though there is a touch of age-toning to the page edges. Overall, this is a very good, tight copy.
334pp. Extensively illustrated in color. With dust jacket. An excellent copy. This publication was conceived from the onset to accompany an exhibition sponsored by the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland whitch was held in Edinburgh in 1985. A fresh and provocative examination of Britain's prehistoric past, exploring the material manifestations of power, prestige and status in the period 3000 BC to 1200 BC.
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