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A twice yearly publication edited by Terry Knight. White pictorial cardwraps showing showing a photo of school children to front. Includes articles on Local Transport of the Past; Penbeagle Cross; Jack the Giant Killer; The Plain-an-Gwarry at St. Just plus many short items. 52 pages. A fine copy.
British Landscapes Through Maps No. 9. A description of the Ordnance Survey 7th edition 1 inch sheets covering Cornwall. Blue card wraps. B/w photos.
Gilt title to spine. B/w engravings. 322 pages. Small format. Spine is browned, split and frayed with chipping. Covers are warped and marked. Inscription in ink to title page. Hinges pulled. Some page marks.
The Carews of Antony From Armada to Civil War. B/w frontis. B/w map. 171 pages. Small dent to edge of a few pages. Wrapper price-cut and scuffed.
Red cloth, gilt title to spine. vi + 423 pages. B/w illustrations. Contents very good. Spine browned and worn. Cover edges lightly stained.
Scenes From the Cornish Landscape. B/w photos. ISBN: 0718304136. Book: Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Wrapper: Laminate starting to peel at top of wrapper rear panel.
The author and illustrator evokes what she sees and hears. The scenery of this gaunt but uniquely attractive countryside, its people, mythology and celtic legend. Her book welds together the almost vanished past and the living Cornwall of today. B/w illustrations. B/w photos. 204 pages.Colquhon was a surrealist painter, she was also a prolific author, poet and playwright. Top edge of front board slightly worn, small dent to rear board. Contents fine. Wrapper price-cut, edge-torn with some loss and one inch piece of surface damage to front where label has been removed.
Tor Mark Press series. Yellow pictorial cardwrap booklet, 48 pages. B/w photos. Includes: Roche Rock; Cornish Crosses; Cornish China-Clay; The Lost Land of Lyonesse; The Old Wreckers; Billy Bray's Chapels; Cornwall's Ancient Language; Bodmin Moor and much more. Covers unevenly faded and grubby. Contents generally clean.
A twice yearly publication edited by Terry Knight. Green pictorial cardwraps showing old traction engine 'Perseverance' near Bodmin Road in July 1944 to front. Includes articles on Lifeboat Houses of St. Ives; Cornish Crosses; Falmouth Rectories plus many short items. 52 pages. Rear cover a little scuffed. Contents fine.
Green cloth, gilt. B/w illustrations. Top edge gilt. 391 pages. Large folding map. Book: Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Endpapers browned. Corners slightly bumped.
A study of the effects on marine life of the oil pollution caused by the shipwreck of the Torry Canyon. Colour and b/w photos.
Cornwall-West Penwith. Card wraps. B/w diagrams. ISBN: 0901601446.