"THEY ALSO SERVE" The 39th Cheshire Battalion Home Guard
C.Nicholls & Co, 1945 First Edition. Binding: Hardcover (Original Cloth). Book Condition: Poor Condition. Size: 8.5" x 6" approx. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 750 grams. Category: Military & Warfare; Inventory No: 0036831. (Book ref. 0036831) £15.00
HISTORY OF THE CHESHIRE HOME GUARD From L.D.V Formation to Stand-Down 1940-44
Gale & Polden, 1950 First Edition. Binding: Hardcover (Original Cloth). Book Condition: Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 750 grams. Category: Military & Warfare; Inventory No: 0036829. (Book ref. 0036829) £10.00
AULD-LANG-SYNE RECOLLECTIONS AND RURAL RECORDS OF OLD CLAUGHTON, BIRKENHEAD AND BIDSTON WITH OTHER REMINISCENCES
(Wilmer 1935) Demy 8vo Green cloth. , 296pp. bw illustrations throughout. eps and page edges a little foxed. Boards rubbed and slightly bumped. 1cm split at top of outer hinge, but generally book is sound and in good clean condition. (Book ref. 5917) £55.00
Old Cheshire Families & their Seats
1932 "Published by Sherratt and Hughes, Manchester, 1932, 1st edition. Blue cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine, no dustwrapper. 8.75ins x 5.75ins, [xiv], 218pp, xviii (index) plus 10pp plates. Principal families covered are Brereton, Carrington, Davenport, Grosvenor, Legh, Leycester, Massey, Booth, Moreton and Stanley. Written to the front free endpaper is ""Henry Sellers esq. F.M.S.A. with the good wishes of the author"". VG." (Book ref. 39812) £30.00
"Old Cheshire Churches - a survey of their history, fabric and furniture with records of the older monuments"
1947 "Published by B.T. Batsford Ltd, London, 1947, 1st edition. Blue cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine and front cover, no dustwrapper. 11ins x 8.5ins, xxvii, (i), 523pp plus 4pp colour plates, 214pp b&w plates (365 images in total) a folding groundplan and a large folding map to the rear. Front hinge cracked else VG. Nb heavy book (2.6kg pre-packing) please contact seller for postage quote. " (Book ref. 39811) £45.00
Twenty Second Footsteps 1849-1914 An Account of Life in The 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment in Those Years
. First Edition. Original Card. As New. 102pp, illus, fold-out map, photos, includes much on South Africa / Boer War, as new condition - appears unread (Book ref. 006508) £38.50
The History of the Twenty-Second Cheshire Regiment 1689-1849
Hugh Rees, 1920. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/No Jacket. 164pp, War of American Independence, Inde, Scinde, bright original red cloth covered boards with gilt titles, spine a little sunned otherwise fine condition (Book ref. 005231) £30.00
The Cheshire Regiment or 22nd Regiment of Foot The First Battalion at Mons and the Miniature Colour
W.H.Evans, 1929. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 75pp, illus, photos, fold-out map, the 1st battalion in August 1914, original red cloth covered boards with gilt titles, vey good condition. (Book ref. 005025) £35.00
Cheshire Its Traditions and History Including a Record of the rise and Progress of Freemasonry in This Ancient Province
Edinburgh: Pillans and Wilson, 1920. Illustrated by N/a. 1st Edition. Cloth. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Z 370pp. Frontispiece of Chester Cathedral. Gilt embossed title to spine and to front board. Numerous other illustrations - some full page - illustrate the text - all collated and as called for. A very good, clean, tight copy. Former owner's name and date on a piece of paper pasted to the front endpaper. One corner bumped and one corner a little turned in. Some toning to the endpapers. Light foxing to the title page - scattered and slight elsewhere. A very good, well preserved, clean, tight copy. (Book ref. 226294) £30.00
The South East Lancashire and North East Cheshire Passenger Transport Executive (Fleet History PC7 + PC7B).
London: The P.S.V Circle / The Omnibus Society, 1981. 1st Edition. Soft Card Cover. Fine/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Not paginated. 200g. Soft card covers with cloth spine. FINE. All publication contains information correct upto August 1981. (Book ref. 13332) £12.00
A HISTORY OF CHESHIRE
Chichester. Phillimore. Second edn. 1980. Hardback. 127 pages. B.w. illustrations. Maps. Fine, with front fly-leaf removed, in a fine price-clipped d.w. ISBN: 0-85033-384-9. (Book ref. 7319) £4.95
CAPESTHORNE - An Illustrated Survey of the Cheshire Home of the Bromley-Devenport Family.
Derby. English Life Publicaitons. Undated but originally priced at 2/6d. Landscape format paperback. 31 pages. 30 b.w. plates. Fine in a v.g. papercover. Signed by Lenette Bromley-Davenport on title page. (Book ref. 2774) £9.95
London: Robert Hale, 1949. 1st Edition. Hardcover. First Edition. The County Books series. 8vo. No dj. Jade cloth with gilt pictorial design. 376 pp. B/w plates. Clean and bright. VG (Book ref. 08585) £6.00
North Midland Country: A Survey of Cheshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire
London: Batsford, 1947. 1st Edition. Hardcover. /Dust Jacket Included. 1947-48. First Edition. 8vo. Colour dj. 116 pp. B/w plates. Colour frontispiece. Book and jacket clean and bright. No inscriptions. VG+ / VG (Book ref. 07629) £15.00
The Pilot Who Changed Course - Leonard Cheshire
London: Lutterworth Educational, 1972. Softcover. Softcover booklet. Colour pictorial covers. 36 pp. B/w illustrations. Rear endpage a little marked, otherwise VG (Book ref. 02714) £6.00
Railways Of The Macclesfield District
Wyvern 1984 64pp,centre map,photo.illus. Glz.card cvs.vg copy. (Book ref. 7278) £4.50
THE EARLDOM of CHESTER and its CHARTERS. A Tribute to Geoffrey Barraclough.
The Chester Archaeological Society. 1991. JOURNAL of the CHESTER ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Volume 71. 247pp. p/b. VG+++. (Book ref. 14110) £6.00
JOURNAL of the CHESTER ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Volume 70 for 1987-88.
The Chester Archaeological Society. 1990. 141pp. p/b. VG+++. As new. Articles include: Excavations at Winwick, Cheshire, in 1980; A Group of Late Anglo-Saxon Hooked Tags from Cheshire; An Architectural and Topographical Survey of Vale Royal Abbey; Hough Hall:The Trial Excavation of a Moated Platform in Mere Township, Cheshire; 'The House that John Built': A Study of the Building of a 17th Century House in Chester. (Book ref. 14109) £9.00
JOURNAL of the CHESTER ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Volume 70 for 1987-88.
The Chester Archaeological Society. 1990. 141pp. p/b. VG+++. As new. Articles include: Excavations at Winwick, Cheshire, in 1980; A Group of Late Anglo-Saxon Hooked Tags from Cheshire; An Architectural and Topographical Survey of Vale Royal Abbey; Hough Hall:The Trial Excavation of a Moated Platform in Mere Township, Cheshire; 'The House that John Built': A Study of the Building of a 17th Century House in Chester. (Book ref. 14108) £9.00
JOURNAL of the CHESTER ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Volume 66 for 1983.
The Chester Archaeological Society. 1984. 82pp. p/b. VG+++. As new. Articles include: The Defences of Roman Chester, Discoveries made on the East Wall.1983; Watling Street South of Chester; The Choir of Chester Cathedral; Parkgate as a Port; Thomas Harrison and the Rebuilding of Chester Castle. (Book ref. 14107) £7.00