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1 Edward A. Freeman; Sir Henry James; Lord Zouche; C. W. King; Henry Thomas Riley The Archaeological Journal No. 111, September 1871, For Researches into the Early and Middle Ages
London The Office of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 1871 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition No Dust Jacket 
Cream paper covers are darkened, front cover coming loose from upper spine but still firmly attached, spine is flaking, text block binding is sound, clean pages. Includes: Address to the Historical Section of the Annual Meeting at Cardiff by Edward A. Freeman; Block of Tin Dredged up in Falmouth Harbour and now in Truro Museum by Sir Henry James; Early Helmets Preserved in the Armoury at Parham Park, Sussex by Lord Zouche; True Nature of Contorniate Medals by C. W. King; Excavations in Rome during Winter 1870-1; Inventory of Goods Belonging to a Warden of New College Oxford in 1396 by Henry Thomas Riley. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119071005. We have a discount of about 20% on our books, maps and sheet music during October 2019, please browse our collections for more bargains. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Prices shown are the discounted prices. Paperback 
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2 Rev. Joseph Hirst; Edward A. Freeman; J. T. Micklethwaite; W. M. Flinders Petrie; etc The Archaeological Journal, Volume XL, No. 160, December 1883. For Researches into the Early and Middle Ages
London The Office of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 1883 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition No Dust Jacket 
Cream paper covers are darkened and marked, text block binding is sound, clean pages. Includes: Roman Fire-Brigade in Britain by Rev. Joseph Hirst; Early History of Sussex by Edward A. Freeman; Opening Address of the Section of Architecture at the Lewes Meeting by J. T. Micklethwaite; Architectural History of Lincoln Cathedral by Rev. Precentor Venables (cont.); New Examples of Egyptian Weights and Measures by W. M. Flinders Petrie; Ancient Clocks at Wells, Rye and Dover by C. Octavius S. Morgan. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119071029. We have a discount of about 20% on our books, maps and sheet music during October 2019, please browse our collections for more bargains. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Prices shown are the discounted prices. Paperback 
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3 Bunnell Lewis; G. Wardle; Edward A. Freeman; W. Thompson Watkin; Rev. J. F. Hodgson; E. Chester Waters The Archaeological Journal, Volume XLIII, No. 171, September 1886. For Researches into the Early and Middle Ages
London The Office of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 1886 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition No Dust Jacket 
Cream paper covers are darkened with closed tear to front vertical edge, rear cover is missing, spine flaking, binding is sound, clean pages. Many pages are uncut (unopened). Includes: Antiquities of Langres and Besancon by Bunnell Lewis; Ancient Buildings of the Charterhouse by G. Wardle; Inaugural Address of the Duke of Westminster to the Annual Meeting at Chester; Early History of Chester by Edward A. Freeman; Roman Inscriptions Discovered in Britain 1885 by W. Thompson Watkin; Different Plans between the Churches of Austin Canons and those of Monks by Rev. J. F. Hodgson; Gundrada de Warenne by E. Chester Waters. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119071046. We have a discount of about 20% on our books, maps and sheet music during October 2019, please browse our collections for more bargains. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Prices shown are the discounted prices. Paperback 
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4 Edward A. Freeman; G. E. Fox; St. John Hope; Prof. Sayce; Rev. J. A. Bennett; W. Thompson Watkin; etc The Archaeological Journal, Volume XLIV, No. 176, December 1887. For Researches into the Early and Middle Ages
London The Office of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 1887 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition No Dust Jacket 
Cream paper covers are darkened , spine is flaking, binding is sound, clean pages. Many pages are uncut (unopened). Includes: Valentia Segellaunorum by Edward A. Freeman; Roman Villa at Chedworth, Gloucestershire (with fold out plan) by G. E. Fox; Premonstratensian Abbey of St. Mary at Alnwick, Northumberland (with fold out plan) by St. John Hope; Hittite Cylinder and Seal Belonging to Rev. Greville J. Chester by Prof. Sayce; Britain a Province of the Roman Empire according to Theodor Mommsen by Prebendary Scarth; The Architect of Salisbury Cathedral by Rev. J. A. Bennett; Roman Forces in Britain by W. Thompson Watkin; Celtic and Roman Antiquities of NE Dorset by Dr Wake Smart; Extract from a volume of “Brevia Regia” issued during Episcopate of John Bokingham Bishop of Lincoln. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119071050. We have a discount of about 20% on our books, maps and sheet music during October 2019, please browse our collections for more bargains. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Prices shown are the discounted prices. Paperback 
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5 G. T. Clark; Griffin W. Vyse; Edward A. Freeman; W. Thompson Watkin; Rev. Charles Henry Middleton The Archaeological Journal, Volume XXXIV, No. 133, March 1877, For Researches into the Early and Middle Ages
London The Office of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 1877 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition No Dust Jacket 
Cream paper covers are darkened, spine is flaking, text block binding is sound, clean pages. Includes: Inaugural Address of the Right Hon Lord Carlingford to the Annual Meeting in Colchester; The Land of Morgan: Its Conquest and Conquerors by G. T. Clark; Discoveries in the Chit Duen Wilderness by Griffin W. Vyse; Address to Historical Section of Annual Meeting at Colchester by Edward A. Freeman; Roman Inscriptions at Colchester by W. Thompson Watkin; Exhibition of Etched Works of Rembrandt at the Burlington Fine Arts’ Club by Rev. Charles Henry Middleton. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119071025. We have a discount of about 20% on our books, maps and sheet music during October 2019, please browse our collections for more bargains. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Prices shown are the discounted prices. Paperback 
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6 Edward A. Freeman; Bunnell Lewis; G. T. Clark; Rev. C. F. R. Palmer; W. Huyshe The Archaeological Journal, Volume XXXIX, No. 154, June 1882. For Researches into the Early and Middle Ages
London The Office of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 1882 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Cream paper covers are darkened, text block binding is sound, clean pages. Many pages are uncut (unopened). Includes: Sens and Auxerre by Edward A. Freeman; Antiquities of Constantinople by Bunnell Lewis; Castles of England and Wales at the Latter Part of the 12th Century by G. T. Clarke; Priory of Dartford in Kent by Rev. C. F. R. Palmer; Somerton Castle by Right Rev. Bishop Suffragan of Nottingham; Helms from Petworth Church and Wimborne Minster by W. Huyshe. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119071034. We have a discount of about 20% on our books, maps and sheet music during October 2019, please browse our collections for more bargains. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Prices shown are the discounted prices. Paperback 
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7 G. T. Clark; Edward Hamilton; Edward A. Freeman; H. C. Maxwell Lyte; F. C. J. Spurrell; etc The Archaeological Journal, Volume XXXVII, No. 147, September 1880, For Researches into the Early and Middle Ages
London The Office of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 1880 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition No Dust Jacket 
Cream paper covers are darkened, spine is flaking, text block binding is sound, clean pages. Includes: Earthworks by G. T. Clark; Vitrified Forts on the West Coast of Scotland by Edward Hamilton; The Collegiate Church of Arundel by Edward A. Freeman; Dunster and its Lords by H. C. Maxwell Lyte – Part III; Implements and Chips from the Floor of a Palaeolithic Workshop by F. C. J. Spurrell; Twelfth and Fifteenth Itinera of Antoninus by J. B. Davidson; Recent Roman Discoveries at Maryport, Beckfoot and Cirencester by W. Thompson Watkin; Charter by Mark Ker Abbot of Newbottill to Helen Leslie, Edinburgh 1565. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 40119071020. We have a discount of about 20% on our books, maps and sheet music during October 2019, please browse our collections for more bargains. If you are thinking of buying several items, please contact us prior to ordering so that we can see if we can make a discount on shipping charges. Prices shown are the discounted prices. Paperback 
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