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The story f the V-1 attack aimed at Manchester on December 24th 1944. Large format. Blue pictorial cardwraps. Staple bound booklet. B/w photos. 47 pages including inside rear cover. ISBN: 1852160292. Covers lightly creased with minor marks. Contents clean.
A guide to the vernacular architecture of the parish of Saddleworth in the Pennines. Large format. White cardwraps. B/w photos and diagrams. ISBN: 0904982068. Spine and rear cover browned. Rear cover creased from lower open edge corner. Old bookseller's price label to rear cover. Contents are clean.
THE LEAD MINERS OF THE NORTHERN PENNINES IN THE EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH CENTURIES
Written by C.J. Hunt.
Stock no. 1823362
Published by Davis Books Ltd; George Kelsall. 1st thus 1984. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Reprint of the 1970 edition published by Manchester University Press. This book surveys the whole economic and social life of the mining community, living far from the smoke and grime of the towns of the Industrial Revolution, yet one in which in 1851 they were proportionately more widows in Alston than in any other parish in the country. The central theme is the developing relationship between the miners and their employers. Grey cloth boards, silver title to spine. ISBN: 0946865019. Top & tail of spine slightly shelf worn. Minor mark to vertical edge of text block. Contents clean. Pictorial dustwrapper is slightly grubby.
Card wraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 0752432664. A little creasing to a couple of cover corners.
Large format. B/w photos. ISBN: 0711018405. Wrapper has been covered with clear adhesive film that is stuck to pastedowns.