Bartholomew Half-inch Contoured Map 17 CARDIGAN
John Bartholomew & Son, 1971 Later Edition. Binding: Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Cloth, with updates and notes in neat black ink. Packed weight 200g. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 300 grams. Category: Countries & Travel ; Inventory No: 0019706. (Book ref. 0019706) £6.00
CARDIGAN - The Hero of Balaclava
London. Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1987. Large format paperback. 369 pages. Fine, in a near-fine papercover - small crease to bottom back corner - shelfwear. Ex shop stock - unread book. ISBN: 0-7102-1205-4. (Book ref. 4939) £5.50
Caernarfon and Cardigan Bays. An Environmental Appraisal
Hamilton Oil Company, 1992. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to (Book ref. 38557) £20.00
An ACCOUNT of the QUANTITIES and PRICE of WHEAT from each City and Town in the TWELVE MARITIME DISTRICTS of ENGLAND and WALES, with the AVERAGE thereon in each Week, from the 5th November 1814 to 18th February 1815, both inclusive.
London: House of Commons., 1820. 25pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Disbound British Parliamentary paper. HC 117. Ordered to be Printed 6 March 1815 and to be Re-Printed 2 June 1820. A very clean copy. Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. (Book ref. 158570) £12.00
A short account of the British Encampments lying between the rivers Rheidol and Llyfnant, in the county of Cardigan, and their connection with the mines.
Aberystwyth: Observer office, 1866. First edition. Small thin 8vo, 30pp. Folding map. Original green cloth, gilt titling to front board. Hinges strenthened with sellotape (with the inevitable stains), else a very good copy. Author's presentation copy (and signed by him on the flyleaf). (Book ref. 3587) £25.00
Historical Notes of the counties of Glamorgan, Carmarthen & Cardigan, and a list of the Members of Parliament for South Wales, from Henry VIII to Charles II.
Cardiff: printed by Hugh Bird, 1866. First edition (hardback). Small 8vo, [iv], 135pp. Original green cloth, gilt titling to the spine. This copy was formerly in a reference library, with a bookplate to the front pastedown, occasional stamps, and a shelfmark to the foot of the spine, and there is some foxing to the preliminary pages, but the book is nonetheless in good to very good condition overall. (Book ref. 23209) £20.00
Cardigan Priory in the olden days.
London: William Heinemann, 1904. First edition (hardback). 8vo, xv, 168pp. Frontispiece, 5 plates, folding map. Original green cloth, gilt titling to the front board and the spine. Some spotting of the front board, endpapers browned. Overall, this copy is in near-very good condition. (Book ref. 14814) £15.00
Cardiganshire Silver and the Aberystwyth Mint in Peace and War
Cardiff: National Museum of Wales, 1981. First Edition. Red Covers. Near Fine/Near Very Good. 7.5" x 10" 0720002400 Signed by Author hardback Signed by the author with dedication to previous owner. With enclosures including letters from the author and newspaper cutting of author's obituary. Illustrated with photographs and diagrams. Covers and contents clean and crisp. Dustjacket complete, spine slightly faded. 287 pages with appendices. Heavy book, will need extra postage if going abroad. (Book ref. 040744) £45.00
The Homicidal Earl: Life of Lord Cardigan
Hardcover Little, Brown & Company 1st Edition 1997 384 0316641650 All items in stock -posted First Class on day of order (if received before 4.00pm) - expect next day delivery in UK, or within 3-6 working days for all non-UK destinations Near mint - Fine (Book ref. 539591) £10.00
The Homicidal Earl: Life of Lord Cardigan
Hardcover Little, Brown & Company 1st Edition 1997 384 0316641650 All items in stock -posted First Class on day of order (if received before 4.00pm) - expect next day delivery in UK, or within 3-6 working days for all non-UK destinations Near mint - Fine (Book ref. 539584) £10.00
RETURN OF OWNERS OF LAND IN CARDIGAN IN 1873. Cardigan section giving names of owners who owned more than an acre, address, extent of lands, and rental.
1875. Folio, 15pp, disbound. ---- Regular CATALOGUES issued, please e-mail for a FREE copy, they include FAMILY HISTORY - ( History - Topography - Genealogy - Natural History - Biography - Mining - Dialect - Language - etc. ) ---- (Book ref. UK72-3407) £10.00
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheets 178, 179, 195, 196.
1910. Scale 1" to 1 mile. Size 25" x 37", mounted on linen and folding into 4to cloth endpapers with Stanford label. Four main railway lines coloured in different colours, stations neatly named in red ink. Covers Rhayader, Builth, Lampeter. --- Please e-mail for one of my FREE CATALOGUES which include WALES [ Manuscripts, Maps, Ephemera, Views, etc., etc. ] --- (Book ref. UK29-2415) £20.00
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP
1910. Scale 1" to 1 mile. Size 25" x 37", mounted on linen and folding into 4to cloth endpapers, Stanford label. Some main railway lines coloured buff, stations neatly named in red ink. Covers Fishguard, Newcastle Emlyn, Aberayron. --- Please e-mail for one of my FREE CATALOGUES which include WALES [ Manuscripts, Maps, Ephemera, Views, etc., etc. ] --- (Book ref. UK29-2394) £20.00
THE DARREN MINES (BRITISH MINING 40)
SHEFFIELD: NORTHERN MINE RESEARCH SOCIETY, 1990. 1st. Card Covers. VG. Small 8vo 0901450367 Detailed account of this substantial group of lead mines in Cardiganshire. 153pp, well illustrated with photos, drawings and plans. VG copy. Out of print. (Book ref. 003949) £17.50
THE RHEIDOL UNITED MINES (BRITISH MINING 27)
SHEFFIELD: NORTHERN MINE RESEARCH SOCIETY, 1985. 1st. Card. VG. 4to 0901450219 Issued as British Mining No.26. History of these lead mines near Devil's Bridge, Cardiganshire, visable from the Vale of Rheidol Railway. 36pp with maps. Near VG copy in card covers, slight creasing to top corners. Uncommon. (Book ref. 003672) £18.00
Immortal Sails: The Story of a Welsh Port and some of its Ships.
Prescot: T.Stephenson & Sons, 3rd edition, 1977. 8vo, 240pp, monochrome portrait frontispiece, 34 monochrome plates, light green boards, gilt, d-j. A ver6y good copy in like d-j with a protective cover. (Book ref. RHB4846) £17.00
Battles of the Crimean war.
London: Batsford, 1962. 8vo, 239pp, line-drawing title-page, 35 monochrome illustrations, bibliography, blue cloth, gilt, d-j. A vey god copy in like d-j. (Book ref. RHB4361) £20.00
LIGHT RAILWAYS ACT, 1896.. ORDER MADE BY THE LIGHT RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS...AUTHORISING THE CONSTRUCION OF LIGHT RAILWAYS IN THE COUNTIES OF CARMARTHEN AND CARDIGAN FROM LLANDILO TO LAMPETER
London: Houses of Parliament, 1908. 26pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. Cd4336 .A clean copy. The early 20th Century saw ambitious plans for the introduction of light railways. (Book ref. 158106) £12.00
Index [ to the Pedigrees of Caermarthenshire. Cardiganshire and Pembrokeshire [...] from the ms of John Philipps Allen Lloyd Philipps esq of Dale Castle Co Pembroke]
[Middle Hill]: [Middle Hill Press], 1858. Disbound.  pages, printed on white paper, just the list of names. Holzenberg 320 who quotes a copy with the note "44 copies printed". Light browning. Small margin at left side folded over to be bound into a volume which is how Sir Thomas Phillipps stored his many publications, now disbound. (Book ref. MH179B) £20.00
Alphabetical index of persons [+ places] [probably to the Pedigrees of Caermarthenshire. Cardiganshire and Pembrokeshire [...] from the ms of John Philipps Allen Lloyd Philipps esq of Dale Castle Co Pembroke]
[Middle Hill]: [Middle Hill Press], 1859. Disbound.  pages, printed on blue laid paper, which is watermarked 1857. Light browning to the edges and a few spots. Holzenberg 318 dated the same as the publication of the main work. Disbound. From the Middle Hill Press of Sir Thomas Phillipps (Book ref. MH178B) £25.00