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THE MAKING OF SHREWSBURY, The History of a Border Town, Bellamy, Vivien
1 Bellamy, Vivien THE MAKING OF SHREWSBURY, The History of a Border Town
Wharncliff Local History 2004 1903425875 / 9781903425879 First Edition Softcover Good Condition 9" x 6" approx 
Size: 9" x 6" approx. Crisp clean covers, sound binding, clean pages and inside covers, corners are lightly rubbed. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 1903425875. ISBN/EAN: 9781903425879. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 51517042090. Discounted price for October 2017. Displayed price shows the discount, Paperback 
Price: 3.00 GBP
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The Common Insects of North America, Lester A Swan and Charles S Papp, foreword by Evert I Schlinger
2 Lester A Swan and Charles S Papp, foreword by Evert I Schlinger The Common Insects of North America
New York; Evanston; San Francisco; London Harper & Row 1970 0060141816 / 9780060141813 First Edition Hardcover Good Condition Charles S Papp 
Undated by publisher. Ex-library, with library plate from Doncaster Reference Library. Library stamps and labels, sound binding, clean pages. Estimated date only. Illustrator: Charles S Papp. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. ISBN: 0060141816. ISBN/EAN: 9780060141813. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 16617061221. Discounted price for October 2017. Displayed price shows the discount, This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
Price: 5.20 GBP
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1839 Map of the County of Herefordshire - taken from Pigot and Co's British Atlas Comprising the Counties of England (upon which are laid down all railways completed and in progress), Pigot and Co
3 Pigot and Co 1839 Map of the County of Herefordshire - taken from Pigot and Co's British Atlas Comprising the Counties of England (upon which are laid down all railways completed and in progress)
London and Manchester Pigot & Co 1839 No ISBN Edition Unstated Softcover Very Good No Dust Jacket 
Dated from reference to British Library catalogue and title-page of atlas. This is the coloured map titled "Herefordshire" and sheet entitled "Herefordshire". The map, a hand-coloured (prior to initial binding) steel engraving contains a vignette of Hereford Cathedral. The inner side of the Herefordshire county boundary is coloured yellow, inner boundaries of adjacent counties of Worcestershire, Radnorshire, Monmouthshire, Shropshire, Glocestershire and Brecknockshire are coloured pale green, blue or pink. Wooded areas and rough ground are indicated. Country estates are coloured dark green and include Hampton and Brampton Parks. The map shows cities, market towns, villages and hamlets, the distance between the towns and cities and London is shown, also shown are the numbers of members returned for each borough and polling places. Towns shown include: Bromyard, Hereford, Kington, Ledbury, Leominster, Ross and Weobley, distances between these towns are given in a table on the accompanying sheet. Mail roads, Turnpike roads, cross roads, lanes and other minor routes are shown with distances marked between Market Towns on the Turnpike Roads. Railways, rivers and canals are shown, including the River Wye and the River Arrow. Mail and Turnpike roads and towns and principal villages in the neighbouring parts of adjacent counties are also shown. The boundaries of the "Hundreds" are shown and the names of each Hundred are identified in the key. The border includes longitude and latitude references and the scale is given in the bottom border which for this map is 1.5 inches to 10 miles. The map is a little darkened and has some very slight marks but is free from tears. The edges are very slightly worn. The accompanying printed sheet has a slightly rough previously bound edge and a faint crease across the bottom right corner but is otherwise good. Item Type: Map. Disbound. No dust jacket, as published. Single sheet map/chart. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45017044024. Discounted price for October 2017. Displayed price shows the discount, Paperback 
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1839 Map of the County of Shropshire - taken from Pigot and Co's British Atlas Comprising the Counties of England (upon which are laid down all railways completed and in progress), Pigot and Co
4 Pigot and Co 1839 Map of the County of Shropshire - taken from Pigot and Co's British Atlas Comprising the Counties of England (upon which are laid down all railways completed and in progress)
London and Manchester Pigot & Co 1839 No ISBN Edition Unstated Softcover Very Good No Dust Jacket 
Dated from reference to British Library catalogue and title-page of atlas. This is the coloured map titled "Shropshire" and sheet entitled "Shropshire". The map, a hand-coloured (prior to initial binding) steel engraving contains a vignette of St. Lawrence's Church Ludlow. The inner side of the Shropshire county boundary is coloured yellow, inner boundaries of adjacent counties of Staffordshire, Herefordshire Montgomeryshire, Flintshire, Cheshire, Denbighshire, Worcestershire and Radnorshire are coloured pale green, blue or pink. Wooded areas and rough ground are indicated. Country estates are coloured dark green. The map shows cities, market towns, villages and hamlets, the distance between the towns and cities and London is shown, also shown are the numbers of members returned for each borough and polling places. Towns shown include: Bishop's Castle, Bridgnorth, Church Streeton, Cleobury Mortimer, Clun, Drayton, Ellesmere, Hales Owen, Ludlow, Madeley, Newport, Oswestry, Shiffnall, Shrewsbury, Wellington, Wem, Wenlock and Whitchurch, distances between these towns are given in a table on the accompanying sheet. Mail roads, Turnpike roads, cross roads, lanes and other minor routes are shown with distances marked between Market Towns on the Turnpike Roads. Railways, rivers and canals are shown, including the River Severn. Mail and Turnpike roads and towns and principal villages in the neighbouring parts of adjacent counties are also shown. The boundaries of the "Hundreds" are shown and the names of each Hundred are identified in the key. The border includes longitude and latitude references and the scale is given in the bottom border which for this map is 1.5 inches to 10 miles. The map is a little darkened but otherwise clean and free from tears. The accompanying printed sheet is still attached at the bottom of the old binding. The right hand edge is a little marked and worn but the sheet in the main is very good. Item Type: Map. Disbound. No dust jacket, as published. Single sheet map/chart. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45017044009. Discounted price for October 2017. Displayed price shows the discount, Paperback 
Price: 21.60 GBP
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1839 Map of the County of Staffordshire - taken from Pigot and Co's British Atlas Comprising the Counties of England (upon which are laid down all railways completed and in progress), Pigot and Co
5 Pigot and Co 1839 Map of the County of Staffordshire - taken from Pigot and Co's British Atlas Comprising the Counties of England (upon which are laid down all railways completed and in progress)
London and Manchester Pigot & Co 1839 No ISBN Edition Unstated Softcover Very Good No Dust Jacket 
Dated from reference to British Library catalogue and title-page of atlas. This is the coloured map titled "Staffordshire" and sheet entitled "Staffordshire". The map, a hand-coloured (prior to initial binding) steel engraving contains a vignette of Lichfield Cathedral. The inner side of the Staffordshire county boundary is coloured yellow, inner boundaries of adjacent counties of Derbyshire, Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Cheshire and Shropshire are coloured pale green, blue or pink. Wooded areas and rough ground are indicated. Country estates are coloured dark green. The map shows cities, market towns, villages and hamlets, the distance between the towns and cities and London is shown, also shown are the numbers of members returned for each borough and polling places. Towns shown include: Abbots Bromley, Bilston, Brewood, Burslem, Burton, Cheadle, Eccleshall, Fazeley, Hanley, Lane End, Leek, Lichfield, Newcastle, Penkridge, Rugeley, Stafford, Stoke, Stone, Tamworth, Uttoxeter, Walsall, Wednesbury, Wolverhampton, distances between these towns are given in a table on the accompanying sheet. Mail roads, Turnpike roads, cross roads, lanes and other minor routes are shown with distances marked between Market Towns on the Turnpike Roads. Railways, rivers and canals are shown, including the Grand Junction Railway and the River Trent. Mail and Turnpike roads and towns and principal villages in the neighbouring parts of adjacent counties are also shown. The boundaries of the "Hundreds" are shown and the names of each Hundred are identified in the key. The border includes longitude and latitude references and the scale is given in the bottom border which for this map is 1.5 inches to 10 miles. The map is a little darkened and very slightly marked. The edge of the page has very slight tears and the very corners have been folded. The accompanying printed sheet is still bound to the map page and has corresponding corner creases. The edges are a little darkened but sheet is otherwise very good. Item Type: Map. Disbound. No dust jacket, as published. Single sheet map/chart. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45017044008. Discounted price for October 2017. Displayed price shows the discount, Paperback 
Price: 21.60 GBP
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History of the Staffordshire Potteries, Simeon Shaw
6 Simeon Shaw History of the Staffordshire Potteries
Newton Abbot David & Charles 1970 0715348892 / 9780715348895 Facsimile Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition Near Fine 
Crisp clean unclipped dust-jacket, fresh covers with gilt lettering on spine, tight binding, clean pages and end-papers . Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 0715348892. ISBN/EAN: 9780715348895. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 54117041108. Discounted price for October 2017. Displayed price shows the discount, Hardcover 
Price: 4.80 GBP
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