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WANDERINGS IN WESSEX: AN EXPLORATION OF THE SOUTHERN REALM FROM ITCHEN TO OTTER
Written by Edric Holmes. Illustrated by Mary M. Vigers; Edric Holmes.
Stock no. 1813284
Published by Robert Scott. Circa 1922. Very good condition.
Green boards, gilt title to spine. Top edge green. B/w full page drawings plus numerous illustrations in the text. 380 pages including index.
EXMOOR - THE RIDING PLAYGROUND OF ENGLAND
Written by Cecil Aldin. Illustrated by Cecil Aldin.
Stock no. 1405205
Published by H. F. & G. Witherby. 1st 1935. Almost very good condition in a slightly better than good dustwrapper.
Cream cloth covers with dark titles and deer vignettes. Two-tone frontis plus 4 b/w plates, 2 fold out maps and small b/w repeated illustrations. 125 pages. Spine and corners a little bumped. Browning to spine and board edges. Small bump to bottom of front and rear board. Tissue guard to frontis is creased. Both maps have small tears where they are stuck into the book. The first map is creased at the edges. One plate is detached. Foxing to some pages and the top margin of some plates otherwise contents are clean. Dustwrapper is edge worn, chipped and creased. Remains of a label to rear flap. Small patch of surface paper damage to front flap. Some foxing and marks to panels. Wrapper is grubby.
Large format. B/w photos. ISBN: 0711019347. SIGNED by author on title page
HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE THIRTEENTH, FIRST SOMERSET, THE PRINCE ALBERT'S REGIMENT OF LIGHT INFANTRY
Written by Richard Cannon.
Stock no. 2109177
Published by Parker, Furnivall & Parker. 1848. Almost very good condition.
Containing an account of the formation of the regiment in 1685, and of its subsequent services to 1848. Red cloth, gilt titles. 3 hand coloured plates. Some bumping and wear to spine and corners and cover edges. Small pin hole to side of spine. A few grubby marks to covers. Wear to edges. A few margin marks. Hand coloured plates are nice and bright.
THE HISTORY OF THE SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY (PRINCE ALBERT'S) 1914-1919
Written by Everard Wyrall.
Stock no. 2109024
Published by Methuen & Co. Ltd.. 1st 1927. Good condition.
Leather spine and corners. Cloth covers. With 29 portraits, 7 other illustrations and 21 maps. Large format. Heavy wear to top of spine. Damp marks/browning to covers. Front joint is cracked and therefore prelims detached. Some foxing. A little pen annotation to a couple of pages; damp to some page edges. Creasing, browning and a few tears to fold-out plans. All illustrations and plans are present.
Large format. B/w photos. ISBN: 0711019347. Light edge-creasing to wrapper.
A SUPPLEMENT TO THE FLORA OF SOMERSET
Written by Edward Shearburn Marshall.
Stock no. 1603661
Published by Somersetshire Archaeological Natural History Society. 1st 1914. Very good condition.
Green boards, gilt title to spine. Spine and corners bumped. Contents generally clean and bright. Some pages are unopened (not cut at edges).
Card wraps. B/w illustrations. One fold-out map. ISBN: 0862991129. Spine is faded.
Large format. B/w photos. ISBN: 1873626959. A few score marks to rear panel of wrapper.
WOOKEY HOLE ITS CAVES AND CAVE DWELLERS
Written by H.E. Balch. Illustrated by John Hassall; J.H. Savory.
Stock no. 2105957
Published by Oxford University Press; Humphrey Milford. 1914. Very good condition.
Large format. Cloth spine. Blue covers with black titles. B/w photos. Spine is browned, with a few grubby marks. Bumping to cover edges and a couple of corners. A few marks. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Some page browning.
Spiral bound inside white cloth covers. B/w photos, also b/w photos on pale green paper plates. Covers lightly browned at edges. The following words have been punch stamped as holes at the bottom of the title page 'Complimentary Copy Not for Sale' else contents fine. Pictorial wrapper is a little edge-chipped. A very nice copy of the first Faber edition.