THE LIGHT OF BRITANNIA The Mysteries of Ancient British Druidism Revealed; The Original Source of Phallic Worship Revealed; The Secrets of the Court of King Arthur Revealed; The Creed of the Stone Age Restored; The Holy Greal Discovered in Wales.
Daniel Owen & Co, 1893 First Edition. Binding: Hardcover (Original Cloth). Book Condition: Poor Condition. Size: 10" x 7" approx. The publication date given above is an estimate only, there being no date given in the book. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1.25 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Inventory No: 0036612. (Book ref. 0036612) £30.00
Tools of the Old and New Stone Age
Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1971. Hardcover. /Dust Jacket Included. 8vo. Colour dj. 145 pp. B/w plates and illustrations. Near as-new condition. FINE / FINE (Book ref. 08765) £8.00
Beyond the Bounds of History: Scenes from the Old Stone Age
London: P. R. Gawthorn, 1949. 1st Edition. Hardcover. /Dust Jacket Included. First Engish Edition. 4to. Colour dj. 100 pp. A vividly illustrated look at everyday life in Stone Age Europe Colour and b/w plates. One small inscr. to ffep. Book and jacket clean and bright. VG+ / VG (Book ref. 08764) £15.00
Ielfstan's Place: The Haunting Chronicle of a Dartmoor Village from the Stone Age to the Great War
Feltham: Hamlyn, 1983. Softcover. Paperback edition. 218 pp. B/w maps. Colour pictorial wraps. Light rubbing to corners of covers, otheriwse clean. GOOD+ (Book ref. 0422) £4.50
Stone Age Soundtracks : The Acoustic Archaeology of Ancient Sites
London: Vega, 2001. Card Covers. Very Good/No d/j as Published. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 184333447X A study of the vital role played by the sounds and reverberations of locations chosen or built thousands of years ago by our acoustically-aware ancestors, for intoning prayers, making prophecies and chanting. 160pp. N.B. Reading crease to spine. (Book ref. 028250) £10.00
Age and Guile beat Youth, Innocence and a Bad Haircut.
London: Picador, 1995. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 0330335820 UK edition, 3rd imp., black cloth, xx + 341 pages. no previous owner marks in unclipped dustjacket. Traces O'Rourke's development from radical hippie to staunch conservative. (Book ref. 3601) £5.00
Vision of the Hunter
London: Macdonald, 1990. First UK Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0356188108 Bright unclipped dustjacket, blue cloth, silver lettering, 266 pages; no previous owner marks; based on thorough research and historical authenticity, Vision of the Hunter is the story of a Stone Age tribe beginning to make the transition from reindeer hunting to pastoral living. (Book ref. 1956) £4.00
Flint Implements: an Account of Stone Age Techniques and Cultures
London: The Trustees of the British Museum, 1950. First Edition. Printed Paper Boards. Very Good.. 14cm x 21cm Prelims, 80pp plus 3 fold-out tables, b&w illus. No inscriptions. Very minor fading to boards. (Book ref. 005765) £5.00
The Stone Ages in North Britain and Ireland
London: Blackie, 1909. First Edition. A very good copy in original dark blue cloth a little rubbed and marked on spine. Gift inscription. 377pp. 519 figures. Produces "for the first time convincing evidence that both Scotland and Ireland were inhabited during the old stone age." (Book ref. 3885) £20.00
Mammoth. The resurrection of an Ice Age Giant.
London: Fourth Estate, 2002. 1st. VG+ white h/b with silver lettering to spine; VG+ blue illus d/w with black/white lettering, not p/c or chipped. 14cms x 19.75cms, xii+242pp. 13 chaps, epilogue, index. Clean, unmarked copy. Weight 391g. 1841155179. (Book ref. 3317) £4.50
Everyday life in prehistoric times.
London: Batsford, 1959. Revised: Marjorie Quennell. 1st pub, revised in one volume. VG navy cloth h/b with gilt lettering to spine; VG col illus d/w with white lettering, not pc or chipped, in protective wrapper. 14.5cms x 22.25cms, 226pp. Top edge red. Col frontis + 162 b/w illus.Sl wear to bottom covers & sl bump bottom right cover. Clean, unmarked copy. Weight 560g. (Book ref. 2095) £8.50
London: The Aquarian Press, 1952. Illustrated by Insole Alan V. (Cover design). 1st. Cloth Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo A book on early British history with a different perspective from the orthodox view. 167 clean pages including the index and reference list tightly bound in blue cloth covers having titles in gilt on the spine. With an intact dust wrapper, still quite bright. Also a 16 paged booklet stapled in thin card covers published at the same time entitled 'The Song of Immortal Britain'. (Book ref. 029752) £25.00
The Stone Age Hunters
London: Thames and Hudson, 1967. 1st. Paperback. Very Good -/No Dustjacket. 8vo Some pale foxing to the prelims and the page edges showing when the book is closed and some chipping to the cover edges o/w clean and tight. (Book ref. 007337) £4.00
Stone Age Archaeology; essays in honour of John Wymer.
Oxford: Oxbow Books, 1998. First edition (hardback). 4to, viii, 239pp. Text illustrations. Original laminated boards. This copy is in very good condition. From the library of Archaeologist Paul Ashbee, with his bookplate to the front pastedown. ISBN 190018866X (Book ref. 24305) £10.00
Stone Age Tools; their techniques, names and probable functions.
Poona: Deccan College, 1964. First edition (hardback), limited to 1000 copies. 8vo, xviii, 114pp. 132 figures (including a folding map). Original grey cloth, dustwrapper. Minor marking of the front board, else the book is in very good condition. The dustwrapper is in fair condition only (head of spine panel torn with loss, rear panel rubbed and foxed). (Book ref. 20433) £30.00
The Stone-tipped arrow; late stone-age hunters of the tropical old world.
London: Phoenix House, 1966. First edition (hardback). 8vo, xii, 224pp. 16pp plates, 43 text figures, 4 maps. Original dark blue cloth, dustwrapper. The book is in very good condition; the dustwrapper is in fair condition only (edges chipped and torn). From the library of Archaeologist Paul Ashbee, with his bookplate to the front pastedown. (Book ref. 24217) £15.00
Food and Drink in Britain, from the stone age to recent times
London, Constable, 1991 Paperback edition in near fine condition. (Book ref 3018) (Book ref. 1084) £6.00
The Men of the Old Stone Age (Palaeolithic and Mesolithic)
London: Georg G. Harrap, 1965. Illustrated by 12 b/white Photographs. First English. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Hardback Library no. stamp on title page, small library stamp verso this pageEvidence of removed label on ffep, linen binding reinforcing at hinges. Pictorial dustjacket (drawings of deer of Lascaux) not price clipped,is laminated and taped to pastedowns,also small tape marks to boards.Jacket very tight, bright and clean, as is text internally, though can just see evidence of tape marking where spine label was; 4 numbers in gold on spine (library Dewey no.). 6 (5 x cross marks, 1 x squiggle!) annotations on few pages. Very good reference copy. 272pp. (Book ref. 001207) £6.00
THE LIGHT OF BRITANNIA. The Mysteries of Ancient British Druidism Unveiled; The Original Source of Phallic Worship Revealed; the Secrets of the Court of King Arthur Revealed; the Creed of the Stone Age Restored; the Holy Graal Discovered in Wales.
Cardiff, London and New York: c.1890. Frontis, a plate, folding plan, textual illusts, v + 430pp, original cloth, roy 8vo. ---- Regular CATALOGUES issued, please e-mail for a FREE copy, they include LOCAL HISTORY - ( History - Topography - Genealogy - Natural History - Biography - Mining - Dialect - Language - etc. ) ---- (Book ref. UK72-3379) £95.00
RECORDS BY SPADE AND TERRIER Historical Side- lights from the discovery of Stone-Age, Celtic, and Roman Remains; also from the Etymology of local Place and Family Names, from Customs and Folk-lore, garnered from the Tithe-maps and Registers of Holcombe-by-Mendip and surrounding District; with illustrative anecdotes, being personal Reminiscences.
Bath: George Gregory, London: Harrison and Sons, c.1910. With 24 plates and other illusts. xxi + 438 + 2 page list of subscribers, 4to, original cloth, very lightly rubbed to edges. 4to, this is a large paper copy of which only a few were produced. Wickham was Lord of the Manor of Holcombe and Rector of Horsington, Somerset, 1875-1897. ---- Regular CATALOGUES issued, please e-mail for a FREE copy, they include SOMERSET - ( History - Topography - Genealogy - Natural History - Biography - Mining - Dialect - Language - etc. ) ---- (Book ref. UK72-2639) £68.00