HISTORY AROUND ALFRETON.
Alfreton & District Heritage Trust. 1983. Paperback. 64 pages. B.w. illustrations. Fine in a near-fine papercover. No markings or inscriptions. ISBN: 095167840X. (Book ref. 8207) £9.95
Buxton: A Pictorial History
United Kingdom: Phillimore, 1993. 1st Edition. Hardcover. As New. Illustrated in b/w. Both book & jacket are in excellent clean and sound condition. No inscription or ownership markings. No tears or loss. (Book ref. 022312) £4.50
DERBYSHIRE W I RECIPE BOOK
demy 8VO 148pp Spiral bound Some pages marked Card covers Some damage to covers G- (Book ref. 10494) £4.25
TUPPENCE UP, PENNY DOWN. OLD MATLOCK REMEMBERED IN WORDS AND PICTURES
(M J Arkle 1983) Small 8vo 45pp bw ills. Card covers Covers slightly marked VG (Book ref. 10469) £8.75
BARROWS IN THE PEAK DISTRICT - RECENT RESEARCH
(J. R. Collis, 1996) Large Demy 4to.laminated illustrated boards. i-x, 286pp. hardback, bw. ills. Fine. (Book ref. 10429) £10.00
WEAVER HILLS AND OTHER POEMS
(London, Fortune Press 1967) 8vo. Black cloth. Title gold block 55pp. VG clean copy in a Good dustwrapper. (Book ref. 9768) £7.50
Sheffield Corporation (Derwent Valley) Water Bill 1899. BOOK OF REFERENCE with addresses. November 1898.
SHEFFIELD. Pawson & Brailsford 1899. "The Book of Reference" used by the corporation official L.S.M. Marsh in connection with the appropriation and flooding of land, necessary for the building of Derwent Reservoir. ie. the parishes of Bradfield,Upper Hallam, Derwent,Hope Woodlands,Bamford,Thornhill Brough & Shatton,Offerton,Outseats.It comprises the parliamentary act followed by 90pps printed one side in table form, giving a description of the property,the owner,the lesse and the occupier, there is also a number relating the property to a plan which is not present. Throughout are manuscript additions in red ink giving further details .Reinforcing end papers have been added and six photographs inserted of Ashopton Village and environs now below the reservoir. (Book ref. 4208) £75.00
The Nutbrook Canal in Derbyshire
David & Charles, 1970. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 0715353349 159pp, index, coloured frontis., maps, photos, VG+ condition (Book ref. 005338) £14.00
Peck of Gold
Faber & Faber, 1966. Illustrated by C.F. Tunnicliffe. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. Illustrated with b/w drawings by Tunnicliffe. The book is tightly bound and has been carefully read. No inscription or ownership markings. No torn loose or missing pages. A little light marking on the endpapers from sellotape which may have once been used to hold a protective cover in place- hardly noticeable. the jacket is also in VG clean condition without tears or loss and unclipped. A collection of essays concerning Alison Uttley's childhood in rural Derbyshire. (Book ref. 022288) £35.00
Chichester: Phillimore & Co., 1989. 0850337054 First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Very clean, tightly bound book with no inscriptions, in a bright priceclipped dustjacket. Appears little used. Unpaginated (128 pages), 192 photos, maps on endpapers (Book ref. 36117) £9.00
Derby: street by street
Derby: Breedon Books Publishing Co Ltd, 2005. 1859834264 First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Very clean, tightly bound book with no inscriptions, in a bright unclipped dustjacket. Appears little used. 176 pages, photos and maps in the text, bibliography, index. (Book ref. 36116) £18.00
Across the Derbyshire Moors. Twelve Rambles Near Sheffield
Sheffield: Independent Press Ltd, 1918. Reprint. Green illustrated card cover. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Page edges browning. 126pp + ads :: 180mm x 110mm (7" x 4") (Book ref. q0516a) £18.60
THE DERBYSHIRE MINERS - A Study in Industrial and Social History.
London. George Allen & Unwin. 1962. lst edn. HEAVY hardback which requires extra postage. Please contact us direct for a postage quote. Contact number 01493 750534. 933 pages. B.w. illustrations. Map. Near-fine in black cloth with gilt lettering to spine, top edge of textblock coloured grey, slight foxing to front edge of textblock, in a v.g. d.w. with foxing on spine and front cover. No inscriptions. A fine tight clean copy. (Book ref. 8033) £39.95
A GUIDE TO THE PEAK OF DERBYSHIRE CONTAINING A CONCISE ACCOUNT OF BUXTON, MATLOCK, AND CASTLETON, AND OTHER REMARKABLE PLACES AND OBJECTS CHIEFLY IN THE NORTHERLY PARTS OF THAT VERY INTERESTING COUNTY.
Didsbury. Morten. 1972 reprint. 7th edition. Hardback. 208 pages. Maps. Fine in fine price-clipped d.w. ISBN: 901598-34-8. (Book ref. 2175) £15.00
HISTORY OF CHESTERFIELD - Volume 2 Part 2 - Restoration and Georgian Chesterfield.
Chesterfield Borough Council. 1984. lst edn. Hardback. 107 pages. B.w. illustrations. Fine, in maroon cloth, with gilt motif on front board and gilt lettering to spine, with previous owners initials and date neatly written in ink on front fly-leaf. No d.w. ISBN: 0-9510053-0-8. (Book ref. 5886) £14.95
FATHER'S DERBYSHIRE Through the Eye of the Camera (A sequel to Grandfather's Derbyshire).
Ilkeston. Moorley's Bible & Bookshop. 1978. Paperback. 84 pages. B.w. photographs. Fine in fine papercover. ISBN: 0-86071-0505. (Book ref. 7853) £20.00
TRANSFORMATION OF A VALLEY - The Derbyshire Derwent.
London. Heinemann. 1983. lst edn. Hardback. 316 pages. B.w. photographs by Neville Cooper. Fine in navy cloth with gilt lettering to spine, in a fine d.w. Ex shop stock - unread book. ISBN: 0-435-32973-1. (Book ref. 5093) £15.95
London: A & C Black, 1927. 1st Edition. Hardcover. First Edition. 8vo. Blue cloth with blind-stamped decorations. Black and gilt titles. 239 pp. Nice colour plates throughout. Clean and bright. One tiny closed nick to head of spine. Binding sound and bright. VG+ (Book ref. 08442) £8.00
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
This England, A Quarterly Reflection of English Life: Spring 1973
Cheltenham: This England Ltd, 1973. Illustrated by Colin Carr. Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 74 pages, illustrated in colour and b/w, nick at top of spine o/w bright and unmarked; this issue includes: a cameo of Herefordshire and Hereford, the Three Choirs Festival, May Day in England, profile of Robert Dougall, item on Belvoir Castle, Kenilworth and Sir Walter Scott, the Hansom Cab, Old Mother Shipton, Hardy Country, the Well Dressers of Derbyshire, Mary Russell Mitford, Sheep Counting, the Lincolnshire Poacher; cover depicts a scyther at work on a hillside farm at Keld, Westmorland. (Book ref. 6335) £4.50