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A study in industrial organisation and development 1765-1867. The book follows the fortunes of the Crawshay family renowned as one of the greatest iron firms of the 19th century. B/w illustrations. Some mottling to boards. Top corner of boards lightly bumped. Text block and endpapers browned else contents clean. Price-cut blue dustwrapper is a litle grubby, browned, a couple of small closed edge tears (no loss).
Edited by Colin A. Lewis & Andrew E. Richards. Fifteen leading Geographers and Quaternary scientists have combined in this book to present information on the Quaternary development (and particularly the glaciations) of Wales, the Cheshire-Shropshire lowlands, Severn valley, South West Peninsula, the east coast of Ireland and the Irish Sea and adjoining Celtic Sea basins. Pictorial cardwraps. B/w photos, maps and diagrams. ISBN: 1904396364. Top corners of covers lightly creased, minor red mark to top edge of text block. Contents clean.
A REGIONAL HISTORY OF THE RAILWAYS OF GREAT BRITAIN VOLUME 11 NORTH AND MID-WALES
Written by Peter E. Baughan.
Stock no. 1826796
Published by David & Charles. 1982. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
Black boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos and diagrams. Fold-out map to rear of book. ISBN: 0715378503. Reprint. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly faded to spine and a little scuffed.
THE STORY OF THE ORDER OF ST. JOHN IN THE PRINCIPALITY OF WALES VOLUME TWO
Written by C.J. Parry.
Stock no. 1826751
Published by The Hospitallers' Club Of Wales. 1st 1996. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Large format. A hefty tome! Burgundy boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. 1946 to 1995. ISBN: 0907143075. Light browning and minor foxing to text block. Else contents clean. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly edge-rubbed and scuffed to rear panel, large grease spot to verso of dustwrapper (barely visible to front of dustwrapper).
AN INVENTORY OF THE ANCIENT MONUMENTS IN GLAMORGAN VOLUME IV PART I THE GREATER HOUSES
No author listed.
Stock no. 1826742
Published by HMSO. 1st 1981. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Domestic Architecture from the Reformation to the Industrial Revolution: The Greater Houses. Large format. Scarlet cloth, gilt titles and vignette. Contents comprise introduction, distribution maps, full descriptions, comprehensive drawings and plates, 8 in colour. 379pp includes index. 11.25 x 9". ISBN: 0117007544. Boards nice and bright. Text block browned with minor foxing. Some minor browning to page edges. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly creased, more so at top of spine. Strong musty odour present.
A unique personal project to make a visual record of the buildings of a disappearing industrial culture. Pictorial cardwraps. Colour illustrations. ISBN: 9781871184471. Cover corners lightly rubbed. Light dampstain to inside front cover and top edge of text block. Else contents fine.
Card wraps. B/w illustrations. ISBN: 1903529093. SIGNED by the author (with personal dedication) to title page. Covers a little creased, slightly faded to spine and a small nick to top of spine. Contents are clean.
A compilation edited by V.F. Kimber. A collection of information about the past, distant and recent, and about the activities and views of villagers keen to maintain that valuable sense of belonging which is a strong, if subtle, feature of Penallt. Cream pictorial spiral bound card wraps. Colour photos and b/w illustrations. Folding b/w map. A very nice copy, a few marks to rear clear plastic cover.
Red card wraps. ISBN: 0900278277. Some creasing to cover edges. Staples rusty. Light foxing to page edges.
Card wrap booklet. 500 printed. Hardwick, Bulwark and Chepstow Castle. B/w photos. ISBN: 0900278269. Foxing to spine, light creasing to corners and staples rusty. Light foxing to page edges.
Card wrap booklet. 500 printed. St. Kingsmark Ward. ISBN: 0900278250. Covers slightly edge worn. Staples rusty. Contents clean. Includes an announcement for the publication of "Piercefield on the banks of the Wye", a complete list of The Chepstow Society publications 1948-75 and a small note SIGNED by the author.
Blue card wraps. Top Of The Town. 500 copies printed. B/w photos. ISBN: 0900278242. SIGNED by the author to inside front cover and includes a hand-written note from the author. Foxing to spine and staples rusty, small white mark to front cover. Foxing to page edges else contents clean.