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Three quarters brown leather binding, marbled boards. Gilt titles to spine. 524 pages + booklist + index. B/w plates. Contains Cambridgeshire, Cheshire and Cornwall. Spine is faded, with a few marks. Browning and some foxing to marbled boards. Page edge browning and foxing to pages.
Black cloth with green title block to spine, gilt title. B/w photos. B/w diagrams. ISBN: 0521217687. Some bumping to corners. Name and address label stuck to front endpaper. Page edge browning. Wrapper has small tear to top of spine, which is a bit faded; foxed to verso.
A representative selection of the characteristic scenes of this surprising county. B/w photos. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-torn and chipped, with some tape repairs to verso; a few small pieces of loss.
HISTORIC GARDENS OF CAMBRIDGESHIRE AND THE ISLE OF ELY
Written by Timothy Mowl; Laura Mayer.
Stock no. 1818749
Published by Redcliffe Press Ltd.. 1st 2013. Nearly fine condition.
The Historic Gardens of England Series. Pictorial cardwraps. Colour & b/w photos and illustrations. ISBN: 9781908326324. SIGNED by author, Timothy Mowl, to title page (no dedication).
Glynn Thomas has been one of East Anglia's foremost printmakers for more than 40 years. Large format. Matt pictorial boards. Colour illustrations throughout. 128 pages including index. ISBN: 9780957181120. A few grubby marks to boards. Base of spine lightly creased.
John Ray's Catalogus was his first published work on Botany and the result of nine years study between 1651 and 1660. Translated from the Latin and edited by Ewen and Prime. Green cloth, gilt titles to spine. A few b/w photos. 146 pages pages includes index. ISBN: 0854860908. Lower spine slightly bumped and rubbed. Bump to top edge of front cover. Pages very lightly browned else fine. Wrapper slightly worn at top of spine and a little grubby.
Glazed pictorial boards. Country Railway Routes featuring Bedford St. Johns. B/w photos. ISBN: 9781904474944. A lovely copy.
THE FENS & WEST NORFOLK SELECTED PLACES OF INTEREST
Written by Trevor A. Bevis.
Stock no. 1807168
Published by Trevor A. Bevis. 1st 1969. Slightly better than very good condition.
Incorporating a History of Wisbech Castles. Pink cardwraps. 32 pages. Staple binding. Slight fading to edges of covers. Contents fine.
POWER AND ISLAND COMMUNITIES: EXCAVATIONS AT THE WARDY HILL RINGWORK, COVENEY, ELY
Written by Christopher Evans.
Stock no. 1601876
Published by Cambridge Archaeological Unit. 1st 2003. Nearly fine condition.
East Anglian Archaeology Report No. 103. Large format. Card wraps. 294 pages. ISBN: 0954482409. Old price sticker to rear cover. Contents clean and bright.
The history of the market town of St Ives in Cambridgeshire. Blue cloth boards with no titles. B/w photos. ISBN: 0951529803. Top & tail of spine lightly bumped else a fine copy in a like dustwrapper.
B/w photos and illustrations. ISBN: 0850334500. Wrapper is price-cut.
BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE 1349-1897 (VOL III)
Written by John Venn.
Stock no. 817486
Published by C.J. Clay & Son. 1901. Very good condition.
Containing the biographies of the successive masters, the history of the various endowments and benefactions and transcripts of many early deeds and charters. Covers marked. Contents foxed.