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Red cloth, gilt title to spine. vi + 423 pages. B/w illustrations. Spine browned and worn. Cover stained. Joints cracked showing webbing. Light foxing to contents. Some fingermarks and other grubbiness to page margins. The plan of The West View of Launceston Castle is torn.
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.
The Royal Cornwall Infirmary was founded by a small group of patriotic and dedicated Cornishmen in the closing years of the 18th century, at a time when England was engaged in a life and death struggle with revolutionary France. This is a story of hardship and endurance, of financial stringency and frugal living, of frustration and disappointment, of administrative errors and harsh decisions. Red cloth boards, gilt titles. B/w photos. Boards mottled and scuffed. Some browning to endpapers and top edge of text block. Sweet odour present. Otherwise contents clean. White pictorial dustwrapper is edge-worn with a few closed tears and a little grubby.
CORNWALL AN ILLUSTRATED ESSAY ON THE HISTORY OF THE LANDSCAPE
Written by W.G.V. Balchin.
Stock no. 2133685
Published by Hodder & Stoughton. 1st 1954. Very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
The Making of the English Landscape Series. Brown cloth with gilt title to spine. B/w photos. Fading to cover edges. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is price-cut with edge-tears and chips; small piece of loss to top of front panel.
Light grey cardwraps, black title to front. 67 pages. Covers grubby and marked. Staples rusty.
THROUGH THE WINDOW NUMBER ONE: PADDINGTON TO PENZANCE
Written by GWR.
Stock no. 1819490
Published by GWR. 1st 1924. Good condition.
(Cornish Riviera Route) 300 miles of English country as seen from the G.W.R. trains. Plain cardwraps, blue title to front. B/w illustrations, maps and plates. Biro scribble to rear cover, Covers damp stained and edge-worn. Heavy browning from damp staining to contents (still perfectly readable). Text block browned. Hinges pulled.
Revised second edition. Black vinyl. B/w photos. ISBN: 0140710019. Names in ink to front endpaper. Foxing and browning to outer page edges. Wrapper is creased with tears and chips; some bits of loss.
New Naturalist series. Colour photos. ISBN: 9780002201506. Still in original shrinkwrap. This copy would make a wonderful gift.
CORNWALL'S CENTRAL MINES THE NORTHERN DISTRICT
Written by T.A. Morrison.
Stock no. 2131982
Published by Alison Hodge. 1st 1980. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
The Northern District 1810-1895. Brown boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. ISBN: 0906720109.
PAINTING THE WARMTH OF THE SUN: ST IVES ARTISTS 1939-1975
Written by Tom Cross.
Stock no. 1817682
Published by Alison Hodge; Lutterworth Press. 1st 1984. Nearly fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
Cream boards, gilt title to spine. Yellow endpapers. Many b/w illustrations and a few colour. ISBN: 0906720087. Light bumping to corners. Pictorial dustwrapper is faded to spine.
A story of Cornish nets and mines. New Edition. Blue pictorial cloth, gilt titles. 6 b/w plates. 352 pages and 32 page booklist to rear. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. A few marks to covers. Foxing and browning to outer page edges. Some margin marks.
St Ives Artists series. Wallis is now recognised as one of the most original British artists of the twentieth century. Revising previous accounts of Wallis's life in the light of new research and tracing the development of his painting over 17 years. Cardwraps. Colour illustrations throughout. ISBN: 9781854372284.