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1 A Study of the Bronze Age Pottery of Great Britain and Ireland and its associated grave-goods. Complete 2 Volume set.
Abercromby, The Hon. John Oxford at the Clarendon Press | Oxford University Press 1912 First Edition Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Book Folio - over 12 - 15" tall 
Burgundy red buckram library bindings. Top edges gilt. Complete in 2 volumes. Ex-municipal reference library volumes, i.e. these volumes were held in the library for reference only, not for loan. Library bookplate on the front pastedowns and shelf classification marks at the top edges of the front pastedowns. Blind embossed oval library identification stamp to many pages, mostly to the top margins. Plate II in Volume I has a repaired tear to the top edge; repaired with what looks like a conservation grade paper repair tissue. Contents complete - meet collation. pp. 163 [+ Plates I-LXI]; 128 [+ Plates LXII-CX]. Plates printed in sepia tones, showing numbered artefacts and with descriptions at the bottom of each plate. 33.5cm tall. Please contact us if you would like to see further photographs of these volumes - we can email them to you upon request. Large and heavy volumes. DELIVERY: The cost of sending these within the UK MAINLAND is included in the price. An extra fee may be necessary for UK islands and highlands, including N. Ireland. INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY: please contact us before ordering. May be available but at significant extra costs. A discount on postage is available for collection from our shop premises in Banbury, Oxfordshire - please enquire. 105357 
Price: 245.00 GBP

 
5 Picture Cape Town: Landmarks of a New Generation
Getty Conservation Institute Staff The Getty Conservation Institute 1996 0892364440 / 9780892364442 Soft Cover Near Fine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
In excellent, near fine condition. There is a very slight bump to the top corner of the back cover. Otherwise, clean, tight, unmarked; appears unread / unused - as new. What is a landmark? A place of history? An event? A notable structure? What should we preserve? Ten young photographers, aged between eleven and eighteen years, from diverse cultural, economic and religious backgrounds, take up these questions in a unique project aimed at getting young people to start thinking about conservation and about the meaning of cultural heritage. In the process they have produced some compelling images, some disturbing ones, and others which are intensely personal. As a whole, this visual narrative of an African city - proud, diverse and full of energy - prompts a reassessment of the notion that Cape Town is a bit of Europe which lost its way. 114pp. 035063 
Price: 6.00 GBP

 
 
2 Nature's Roundabout, an introduction to Ecology - Conservation (Ladybird Book, Series 727)
Armstrong, Patrick ; illustrated by David Palmer Ladybird Books Ltd Loughborough 1979 0721405037 / 9780721405032 Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Book 12mo - over 6 - 7" tall 
Hardback. Matt pictorial boards. This is the penultimate title printed on the back cover; the last title is British Wild Flowers. Spine ends bumped. The front cover is a bit greyed. Otherwise in nice clean condition. No names or inscriptions. Clean and tight. No handling creases to the pages. Printed ISBN and price of 40p on the back cover. 51pp. 103546 
Price: 4.00 GBP

 
6 Brecon Beacons (The New Naturalist Library 126)
Mullard, Jonathan HarperCollins 2014 0007367708 / 9780007367702 First Edition Hardcover New New Book 8vo - over 7 - 9" tall 
New hardback, with dust jacket. Brand new copy. RRP 55.00. First impression. Covering the vast diversity of its mountains and moorlands, rivers and waterfalls, caves, woodlands, wetlands and farmland, the author provides an overview of man's influence on the natural environment over the centuries and the ongoing conservation of the area. A landscape rich in legends, the Brecon Beacons play host to a number of myths involving, among others, King Arthur. Mullard explores these rich tales alongside other cultural landmarks of historical interest, such as the churches and chapels of the area. The culmination of years of research, New Naturalist Brecon Beacons is an inspiring exploration of this diverse and fascinating area. pp. xv, [1], 416. The dust jacket is supplied by us in a loose protective clear archival film sleeve. This does not adhere to the book or jacket in any way and it protects the jacket against wear. (Books photographed without the film sleeve, due to reflection). A HEAVY book - a postage surcharge will apply to delivery destinations outside the UK as this book costs more to send than our standard postage rate will cover. NO additional charges for sending within the UK. 308541 
Price: 50.00 GBP

 
 
3 Energy (Ladybird Conservation Series, 727)
Dudley, Nigel ; illustrated by Pat Borer Ladybird Books Ltd Loughborough 1981 072140636x / 9780721406367 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine No Jacket Book 12mo - over 6 - 7" tall 
Matt pictorial boards. First edition. The slightest of little bumps to the spine ends. Otherwise excellent condition. Tight and firm, no previous owner's names, inscriptions or other marks and no handling creases to the pages. Printed ISBN and price of 50p on the back cover and a blank yellow square where a barcode would have gone but this is blank. 52pp. 305278 
Price: 4.00 GBP

 
7 British Wild Flowers (Ladybird Book, Series 727: Conservation)
Stanton, Harry (written and photographed by) Ladybird Books Ltd Loughborough 1979 072140491x / 9780721404912 First Edition Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Book 12mo - over 6 - 7" tall 
Pictorial matt boards. There is a very slight (barely perceptible) bend to the boards and light rubs to the cover and spine edges. Rubs to the head and tail of the spine. Clean and tight inside. No previous owner's names, inscriptions or other marks. 51pp. First edition. Printed 10-digit ISBN number and price of 30p on the back cover. List of titles in the series on the back cover ends with this one, British Wild Flowers. 306444 
Price: 4.00 GBP

 
 
4 Picture Cape Town : Landmarks of a New Generation
Getty Conservation Institute Staff The Getty Conservation Institute 1996 0892364440 / 9780892364442 Soft Cover Fine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
In excellent, fine condition. Clean, tight, unmarked; appears unread / unused - as new. What is a landmark? A place of history? An event? A notable structure? What should we preserve? Ten young photographers, aged between eleven and eighteen years, from diverse cultural, economic and religious backgrounds, take up these questions in a unique project aimed at getting young people to start thinking about conservation and about the meaning of cultural heritage. In the process they have produced some compelling images, some disturbing ones, and others which are intensely personal. As a whole, this visual narrative of an African city - proud, diverse and full of energy - prompts a reassessment of the notion that Cape Town is a bit of Europe which lost its way. 114pp. 035064 
Price: 6.00 GBP

     



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