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Red cloth. Limited to 1000 copies. B/w illustrations. Valentine Morris was born in the island of Antigua in 1727 but lived for 30 years at the Piercefield, part of which is now Chepstow racecourse. SIGNED by author 'With many thanks for your help July 14 1966' to front endpaper. Foxing to spine. White marks to cover edge. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with a few small tears and chips; virtually no loss.
INNS AND TAVERNS OF THE CHEPSTOW DISTRICT
Written by Ivor Waters. Illustrated by T.T. Birbeck.
Stock no. 2135503
Published by The Chepstow Society. 1st 1949. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. 8 b/w illustrations plus plan of Chepstow Inns. 103 pages including index. 8.5 x 5.5". Some fading to spine. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Fold-out plan is very good. Wrapper is price-cut with fading to spine and a couple of edges; a little creasing.
New Edition. A Centenary Tribute to Fred Hando Artist / Historian of Gwent. Pictorial cardwraps. B/w illustrations. 200 pages including index. ISBN: 0951044451. Vertical creases to covers from top to bottom. Contents clean.
Written by Ivor Waters; C. Gordon Jolliffe. Illustrated by Mercedes Waters.
Stock no. 1822448
Published by Newport & Monmouthshire Historical Association; The Chepstow Society. 1st 1952. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
An interesting account of Chepstow with 9 black and white illustrations and pictorial map. Preface by Jolliffe. Green cloth, gilt title to spine. A lovely copy in price-cut pictorial dustwrapper which is slightly grubby and has a few small foxspots, alsoo repaired to base of spine on verso with now yellowed tape.
Blue cloth. 118 pages. 6 x8.5 inches. Excellent black and white drawings and photos throughout. Spine slightly bumped. Some foxding to spine edges. Light foxing to textblock. Dustwrapper looks as though it has not been trimmed correctly - it is 1cm too tall for the book and the flaps are very large! Wrapper is creased at top edges where it is too tall.
A facsimile of the first edition printed and published by the author in 1810 at the Cambrian Printing Office. Cardwraps. ISBN: 9780953443703.
THE WYE VALLEY RAILWAY AND THE COLEFORD BRANCH (LOCOMOTION PAPERS 209)
Written by Brian M. Handley; R. Dingwall.
Stock no. 1821244
Published by The Oakwood Press. 3rd 2007. Nearly fine condition.
Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos. Third Edition. ISBN: 9780853616658.
The River Wye and its history. Pictorial cardwraps. Colour & b/w photos and illustrations. ix and 260 pages plus 2 page publisher adverts to rear. ISBN: 9781910839096. A few scuffs and minor marks to cover. Contents fine.
A concise narrative of the history of the Wye Valley. B/w photos. 134 pages. ISBN: 186077301X.
INNS AND TAVERNS OF CHEPSTOW AND THE LOWER WYE VALLEY PART 4
Written by Ivor Waters. Illustrated by Mercedes Waters.
Stock no. 1319535
Published by The Chepstow Society. 1976. Nearly fine condition.
Card wrap blue booklet. 500 printed. B/w illustrations. ISBN: 0900278323. Staples are rusty.
From the broad riverside meadows of the Herefordshire plain and the soaring limestone cliffs of the lower gorge near Chepstow to the industrial heritage of the Forest of Dean in the east and the far reaching views of the Trellech plateau in the west, Ben Giles' 40 circular routes offer a refreshing introduction to the picturesque landscape of the Wye Valley. Small format. Pictorial cardwraps. Colour photos and maps. ISBN: 9781907025013.
White card wrap booklet. 12 page booklet. B/w illustrations. ISBN: 0900278447. Staples are rusty.