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A CHILD OF THE HEDGEROWS: GROWING UP IN HEREFORDSHIRE IN THE 1950S
Written by Norma Forrest.
Stock no. 2133540
Published by Logaston Press. 1ST 2013. Slightly better than very good condition.
Card wraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 9781906663797.
INDUSTRIAL LOCOMOTIVES OF CHESHIRE, SHROPSHIRE AND HEREFORDSHIRE
Written by Alan J. Bridges.
Stock no. 1820066
Published by The Industrial Railway Society. 1st 1977. Slightly better than very good condition.
Brown & grey cardwraps. Handbook G. B/w photos and maps. ISBN: 0901096334. Light browning to spine. Corners lightly rubbed. Contents clean.
A CALENDAR OF THE REGISTERS OF THE PRIORY OF LLANTHONY BY GLOUCESTER 1457-1466, 1501-1525
Written by John Rhodes.
Stock no. 2133265
Published by Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society. 1st 2002. Nearly fine condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Gloucestershire Record Series Volume 15. Packed with details of people, places and events on the priory's properties including Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Monmouthshire and more. Black boards, gilt title to spine. 234 pages includes index. ISBN: 0900197560. Address label to front pastedown. Wrapper slightly scuffed.
County series. Green cloth. B/w photos. Some browning to covers. Bumping to a couple of corners. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is unevenly browned with tears and chips; a little loss.
The Western Gate of Middle England. With 223 Places and 132 Pictures. Top edge red. Red cloth. Sepia illustrations throughout. Fold-out map to rear. Spine is faded. A few marks to covers. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with tears and chips; some small loss; foxed with browning.
Taking the reader on a journey from the source of one of Britain's loveliest rivers all along its twisting meandering course to the sea via those often unregarded but extremely useful structures, the bridges that cross it. Card wraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 0951858998. A couple of minor foxspots to prelims. Spine slightly faded.
A study of the historical development and operation of railways in the city. Large format. B/w photos. ISBN: 0953477525.
Holme Lacy to Bridstow. The result of a unique investigation into the history and development of the landscape in the northern section of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, covering twelve Herefordshire parishes. Large format. Pictorial cardwraps. xii and 251 pages including index. ISBN: 9781904396970. SIGNED by editor to title page. Light creasing to cover corners.
Large format. Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 1873827113. Some light creasing to a couple of corners. Spine a bit faded. Inscription in ink to inside front cover.
Rebound into pale green cardwraps, with original title label to front cover. Spine is browned. Some creasing to cover edges. Original contents are browned, with some foxing to edges; Ink stamps and a little writing to prelims and to rear endpaper - appears that this may have been a library book at one time.
Burgundy cloth, gilt title to front cover. Folding map as frontis. 17 b/w photo plates. The Borders of Brecon, Monmouth and Hereford. Spine is faded, with wear and some fading. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Foxing throughout. 2 portrait plates are MISSING.
COLLECTIONS TOWARDS THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE COUNTY OF HEREFORD (3 VOLUMES)
Written by John Duncumb; William Henry Cooke.
Stock no. 2128333
Published by John Murray. Slightly better than good condition.
Large format. 3 volumes. Blue/green cloth with gilt titles to spines. Duncumbs original work is covered in volume I and through to Volume II page 318. B/w plates. Volume III is by Cooke and states that it is a 'Continuation of Duncumb's History'. Volume I contains a general history of Herefordshire and its city and was originally published in 1802, and the first part of a second volume in 1812. Volume III was added later. Due to the death of Charles, 11th Duke of Norfolk (The one who supported Duncumb's work financially), the collection of materials for this work ceased; unsold portions of the work were printed, but not then published and stored until 1837, when the whole stock was purchased by Mr. Thomas Thorpe. Notes inside one of these volumes states this work has been 'Collated as per Upcott'. Varying marks, wear and scuffs to covers. Some page tears/margin tears to older pages in volumes. A few repairs. Volume I contains 14 + 2 extra and lacks index. Volume II - has 2 plates + 1 extra. Volume III has all plates, as listed.