Hughes & son, 1983 First Edition. Book Condition: Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. A little creased and stained; internally clean Size: 6" x 8.5" approx. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1.25 kilos. Category: Ships & the Sea; Wales; ISBN: 0852840195. Inventory No: 0035658. (Book ref. 0035658) £40.00
Castles of Britain: 3 Wales & Northern Ireland
London: Ian Allan, 1964. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Bright glossy laminated boards, no previous ownership marks, 56 pages, b/w photo illustrations. Very nice condition. The selection of castles is the author's personal one, and does not claim to include every castle in Wales and Northern Ireland. Conway Castle 4 page tour booklet inserted. (Book ref. 6945) £4.25
How Shakespeare Spent the Day
London: The Bodley Head, 1963. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Blue cloth, 237 pages, bright condition, very good unclipped dustjacket, previous owner neat name on endpaper; bibliography, index. A plausible picture of Shakepeare's workaday existence; the book offers an approach which is missing from so much of Shakespearian commentary: the worker 'on the job'. (Book ref. 6833) £6.00
Lady Anne Clifford Countess Of Pembroke, Dorset And Montgomery (1590-1676)
Thrupp, Stroud, Gloucestershire: Sutton Publishing, 1997. First Edition. Hard. Mint/Mint. Large 8vo 0750913118 As good as new, a few minor creases on front bottom edge of d/w (Book ref. 39067) £60.00
Pembrokeshire Under Fire : The Story of the Air Raids of 1940-41
Paperchurch Publications, Pembroke 1995, fourth edition, amended / additional photographs stiff card covers, 68 pps, stapled booklet, pictorial cover, illustrations. Signed by author: " Best Wishes- Bill Richards". FINE copy. (Book ref. 7567) £15.00
Pembrokeshire county history, volume 3: early modern Pembrokeshire 1536 - 1815
Haverfordwest: The Pembrokeshire Historical Society, 1987. 0907158269 First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Very clean, tightly bound book with no inscriptions, has 2 small RCHM stamps on the front endpaper, else unmarked, in a bright unclipped dustjacket. Appears little used. xx + 482 pages, 18 plates, 13 maps & plans, foldout map, 12 tables, notes, index. Heavy book (Book ref. 36043) £20.00
FOURTH REPORT of the COUNTRYSIDE COMMISSION for the Year ended 30 September 1971.
London: HMSO, 1971. 10-203872-4 vi pp + 70pp. 8vo. Sketch maps. Illust. black/white photographic plates. Paper wrappers. Rebound in card covers. British Parliamentary paper. HC 38. Dated 17th December 1971. A very clean copy. (Book ref. 158753) £7.00
The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia. Now the sixt time published, with some new additions. Also a supplement of a defect in the third part of that historie by Sir W Alexander.
London. Printed by W.S. for Simon Waterson. 1627. Later binding 1/2 calf over marbled boards. 624pp. VG. For further details please contact The Old Station Pottery & Bookshop. Wells-next-the-Sea. Norfolk. (Book ref. 4328) £600.00
On Pembroke Hills Romances from the Pageant of Cymric History
Carmarthen: W. Spurrell & Son. Illustrated by Saunders Roy. Thick Card. Good/No Dustwrapper. 8vo 148 clean pages illustrated with a few line drawings in the text. Bound with thick card covered with light blue cloth. The cloth is worn along the back hinge. The front cover is water damaged along the edges making the cover unattractive. (Book ref. 035849) £5.00
The Art of Augustus John
London: Secker & Warburg, 1974. 1st. Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good +. 4to 436140713 An illustrated study of John's art by his biographer Michael Holroyd and the art historian Malcolm Easton, with an essay detailed chronology and analyses of the artist's major works. 216 pages with 25 colour plates and 67 b&w illustrations in a black cloth cover 11 3/8" tall, having gilt titles on the spine. The book is in excellent condition in an intact unclipped bright dust wrapper. (Book ref. 022783) £25.00
The Pembrokeshire Corgi Handbook Giving the Origin and History of the Breed, Its Show Career, Its Points And Breeding
London: Nicholson & Watson, 1952. 1st. Cloth Covered Hardback. Very Good ++/Very Good -. 12mo A tight hardback without owner's inscriptions. Some pale foxing on the first and last few pages. Otherwise the text and photographs is clean and bright. The dustwrapper is dusty and has been neatly internally repaired along it's edges. (Book ref. 021969) £12.00
The Pembrokeshire Guide
Newport, Pembrokeshire: Greencroft Books, 1988. Card Cover. Near Fine/No Dustjacket. 8vo 0 905559 50 9 An excellent condition book without owner's iscriptions. (Book ref. 018637) £4.00
Historic Houses of Pembrokeshire and Their Families
Newport, Pembrokeshire: Brawdy Books, 1996. First Edition. Cloth. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0952834405 A fresh, clean, unmarked and undamaged copy. Dustjacket not faded or torn. Covers over 500 houses and 1000 families. xxii + 266pp. (Book ref. 008246) £50.00
The beauties of Pembrokeshire.
Newtown: Welsh outlook press, nd . No edition stated. Small 8vo, 99pp. b&w plates. Original blue cloth, gilt titling to front board. Extremities of binding rubbed, prelims lightly foxed; overall a good plus copy. (Book ref. 10371) £9.50
Political letters and speeches of George, XIIIth Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery.
London: Richard bentley and son, 1896. First edition. 8vo, xvi, 474pp. Two b&w portrait plates. Original blue cloth, gilt titling to the spine. Endpapers foxed, else a very good copy. Presentation copy from Gertrude, Countess of Pembroke, signed by her on the front free endpaper. (Book ref. 13733) £12.50
Pembroke supplement (Climbers' Club Guides to Wales).
Climbers' Club, 1996 Supplement volume only (softcover). 12mo, 140pp. Original laminated wrappers. The book is in very good condition. ISBN 0901601713. (Book ref. 13890) £5.00
One-inch Popular Edition sheet 99, Pembroke and Tenby.
Southampton: Ordnance Survey, 1934. First printed 1922, print code 3000/34. Mounted on cloth in red Ellis Martin cover with drawing of a cyclist on a hillside (Hellyer 11.2). Pinholes at corners of folds, a very good copy. (Book ref. 1265) £12.00
The Council in the Marches of Wales: A Study in Local Government During the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: 1st Ed.;
London, Hugh Rees, 1903. HARDBACK, quarter calf with marbled boards, raised bands, gilt lettering, ornament and decorative rules on spine, marbled end-papers, printed card wrappers bound in, pages xvi, 275, top edge gilt, 8vo. (5.25" x 8.25"), presentation plate from the author to Westfield College in 1951 on front free end-paper, also inscribed label "with kindest regards from C. A. J. Skeel", ex-academic library, with usual plates and stamps, ink no. on spine, upper and lower hinges and head slightly rubbed, former owner's name "J. K. Laughton" in ink on original front wrapper, otherwise a very fine copy of a rare item. (Book ref. 6246) £60.00
A Short History of Pembroke College, Cambridge
Cambridge, The University Press, 1936. Hardback, 8vo blue cloth boards, gilt titles, first edition, viii prelims, 129 +pp. plus index, Black and white illustrations. Photographic illustrations. Good +/Fair. Block a little darkened at edges, perhaps a little grubby on top. Spine a little bumped. Dustwrapper (now protected) is generally lightly stained, with staining to spine more notable. However, with protection, still quite presentable. Attwater's history of Pembroke, completed posthumuously by Roberts Catalogue: Topography. Keywords: Pembroke, cambridge, Foundress (Book ref. 4758) £7.50
London, Michael Joseph, 1980. Hardback, 8vo black cloth boards, gilt titles, first edition, 224pp. Black and white illustrations. Illustrations by Derek Crowe. Very Good/Good +++. Book is not new, and has been read, but has no obvious imperfections. Dustwrapper has general scratching and evidence of handling, top of spine creased. Witty reflections on pre-WW2 life in a remote village in North Pembrokeshire. Catalogue: Wales. Keywords: Wales, Pembroke, St Nicholas (Book ref. 4678) £6.50