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COLES & JOAN J. TAYLOR, JOHN M.
The Excavation of a Midden in The Culbin Sands, Morayshire. An original article from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 1973.
Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Edinburgh, 1973. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. 14 pages, 3 Pages of Figures, 1 Table. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Size: Quarto(standard book size). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland; Inventory No: 205460.
-- Cosmo Books -- Book number: 205460
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.25 US$ 12.86 | JP¥ 1447]
Keywords: BZDB395 The.Excavation.Of.A.Midden.In.The.Culbin.Sands.morayshire. Society of Antiquaries of Scotland; The Excavation of a Midden in The Culbin Sands Morayshire An original article from the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland 1973 John
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DUNBAR DUNBAR, E.
Documents Relating to the Province of Moray
Edinburgh, David Douglas. 1895. Hardcovers, 8vo. Book, viii, 179 pages. Original cloth, one small museum ink stamp, to the verso of the title page, else a very solid, clean copy. Digital images can be supplied upon request. Very Good.
-- Colin Martin Books -- Book number: 50882
GBP 8.00 [Appr.: EURO 9 US$ 10.28 | JP¥ 1157]
Keywords: Dundar Scottish Local History Moray Morayshire Topography Scotland
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FINLAY, ROSS
Touring Scotland the Unknown Highlands
G.T. Foulis & Co. Ltd., 1st 1970. Hardback, with dustjacket. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Perth to Inverness. Blue cloth, gilt title to spine. B/w plates and maps. Light bumping to lower board edges. Minor foxing to top edge of text block. Contents otherwise clean. Price-cut pink wrapper is rubbed at corners. [S] ISBN: 0854291040
-- Stella & Rose's Books -- Book number: 1803523
GBP 8.00 [Appr.: EURO 9 US$ 10.28 | JP¥ 1157]
Keywords: TOPOGRAPHY (UK) SCOTLAND PERTHSHIRE BANFFSHIRE MORAYSHIRE NAIRNSHIRE INVERNESS 0854291040
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MORAY BURIAL GROUND RESEARCH GROUP
The Forgotten Tombstones of Moray: Vol 3: Bellie Old Churchyard; Kinneddar Churchyard; Burghead Old Churchyard
Miltonduff, J & B Bishop. 2005, First Edition. (ISBN: 0954962451) Pamphlet. 56 pages, including sketches, plus 4 pages of colour photos. Good.
-- Peter & Rachel Reynolds -- Book number: 441198
GBP 4.75 [Appr.: EURO 5.5 US$ 6.11 | JP¥ 687]
Keywords: Morayshire, Gravestones, Churchyards, History, Scotland 0954962451
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SHAW MR LACHLAN
The History of the Province of Moray
Edinburgh: William Auld, 1775. Hardcover. Xviii + 456pp + [2], engraved title and 3 plates, 2 copies of page 83/84, the second of these is a correction, usual mispagination in places, bound in full leather, joints starting to split. Heraldic bookplate Major General David G Levinge Shaw; Octavo. Very Good .
-- Castle Hill Books -- Book number: 57248
GBP 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 280.75 US$ 321.38 | JP¥ 36168]
Keywords: Morayshire British Topography Antiquarian Bindings
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MACPHAIL, REV. S. R.
History of the Religious House of Pluscardyn, Convent of the Vale of Saint Andrew in Morayshire, With Introduction Containing the History and a Description of the Present State of the Mother House of the Order of Vallis Caulium (Val De Choux)...
Edinburgh: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, MDCCCLXXXI. [ 1881 ]. 0. A scarce leather bound presentation copy in very good condition. 4to. pp.22/pp.285. 9.5" x 7" x 1.5" . A very good original full leather binding. Tan full calf with gilt crest (Edinburgh Morayshire Club). Spine with 5 raised bands (rubbed), and original brown leather title label (chipped). All page edges bright gilt. Marbled endpapers. Gift label to verso of the front board: " Edinburgh Morayshire Club; 1893-4; Presented to Bessie W. Shand.." Clean text with 50 illustrations or facsimilies (some folding). Light spotting to endpapers and a few page edges. A very good copy. ** Pluscarden Abbey is a Roman Catholic Benedictine monastery located in the glen of the Black Burn about 10 kilometres south-west of Elgin, in Moray, Scotland. It has been for most of its history a priory and was founded in 1230 by Alexander III of Scotland[1] for the Valliscaulian Order. In 1454, following a merger with the priory of Urquhart, a cell of Dunfermline Abbey, Pluscarden Priory became a Benedictine House. The years immediately preceding the Scottish Reformation, and those after, saw the decline of the priory. By 1680 it was in a ruinous condition. Some work to arrest the decay took place in the late 19th century but it wasn't until 1948 when restoration of the priory was begun by monks from the Benedictine Prinknash Abbey in Gloucestershire. In 1966 the priory received its independence from the mother-house and was elevated to abbatial status in 1974. See Wikipedia .
-- Chilton Books -- Book number: 34759
GBP 80.00 [Appr.: EURO 90 US$ 102.84 | JP¥ 11574]
Keywords: 35007 Edinburgh: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier Macphail, Rev. S. R History of the Religious House of Pluscardyn, Convent of the Vale of Saint Andrew in Morayshire Monastic: : 19th Century
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MACPHAIL, REV S R
History of the Religious House of Pluscardyn, Convent of the Vale of Saint Andrew in Morayshire: With Introduction Containing the History and Description of the Present State of the Mother-House of the Order of Vallis Caulium [Val Des Choux] in Burgundy
Edinburgh: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1881. First Edition. Brown hardback cloth cover. 290mm x 230mm (11" x 9"). xvii, 285pp. B/w and colour plates.. G : in Good condition with protective cover. Cover rubbed and bumped with corner and edgewear. Chips to spine ends. Inner hinges cracked. Contents tight. Browning to prelims. Embossed address on half title. Fore and lower edge untrimmed .
-- Barter Books -- Book number: r6269
GBP 46.00 [Appr.: EURO 51.75 US$ 59.13 | JP¥ 6655]
Keywords: Scots History Religion Ecclesiastical History
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MILES, ROGER S.
The Old Red Sandstone Antiarchs of Scotland: Family Bothriolepididae Palaeontographical Society Monographs Publication No. 552 As Part of Volume 122 for 1968
London, The Palaeontographical Society. 1968, 1st Edition. Pale Blue Card Cover, 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. 130pp + 80pp b/w photos & descriptions. Numerous b/w line drawings. Describes the more advanced branch of the Antiarchs, any of an order of extinct, mainly freshwater, jawed fishes, class Placodermi, abundant during Middle and Late Devonian times (387 to 360 million years ago). With many illustrations. In the UK most of the examp[les reoded were in Moray or Nairnshire. Book internally clean and tight without marks or sognatures. Pale blue card covwer likewise but has a light vertical crease visible. See scans - yy d. Very Good/No Jacket (?as issued).
-- Creaking Shelves Books -- Book number: 007886
GBP 16.00 [Appr.: EURO 18 US$ 20.57 | JP¥ 2315]
Keywords: Fossil Fish Morayshire Mray Dura Den Nairnshire Bony Plated Fish Devonian Period. History Geology
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WILLIAM CAPON 1757-1827 CAPON LIVED IN WESTMINSTER FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS. HE SHARED THE ANTIQUARIAN INTERESTS OF HIS FRIEND AND FELLOW ARCHITECTURAL DRAUGHTSMAN JOHN CARTER (1748-1817) AND BOTH ARTISTS MADE EXTENSIVE STUDIES OF THE ANTIQUITIES OF THE PALA
Vetusta Monumenta (Ancient Monuments) Volume V (5 / Five) Plates XLVII - L | Comprising Plate XLVII: Plan of the Ancient Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament / House of Commons / House of Lords). Notes and Remarks by the Late Mr. William Capon, to Accompany His Plan of the Ancient Palace of Westminster, Measured and Drawn Between 1793 and 1823; Plate XLVIII: The Obelisk at Forres, Morayshire, North Britain. Called Sueno's Stone North Face; Plate XLIX: The Obelisk at Forres, Morayshire, North Britain. Called Sueno's Stone South Face; Plate L: Observations on Several Ancient Swords of State Belonging to the Earldom of Chester, in a Letter From George Ormerod, Esq. Addressed to Henry Ellis, Esq.
Published by Society of Antiquaries of London, 1828. 1828. Vetusta Monumenta is the title of a published series of illustrated antiquarian papers on ancient buildings, sites, and artefacts, mostly those of Britain, published at irregular intervals between 1718 and 1906. Hand made wove paper 'J. Whatman, Turkey Mill, 1827' watermark. Light grey folding card covers with title in black to the front cover. Elephant folio 22½'' x 15¼''. Containing 3 single sheet plates, 1 double sheet plate (Palace of Westminster). 8 pages of text (Palace of Westminster), 4 pages of text (Swords of State Belonging to the Earldom of Chester) and 2 pages of text (The Obelisk at Forres, Morayshire, North Britain. Called Sueno's Stone). William Capon, an architect and scene painter known for his depictions of historic buildings, lived in Westminster and surveyed the Old Palace of Westminster between 1793 and 1823. This plan was purchased from him by the Society of Antiquaries in 1826 which had it engraved and published in 1828. Old water stains to the edges of the single plates, and to the centre and the edges of the double plate, and to the centre of the card covers, small tears to the edges of the plates.
GBP 500.00 [Appr.: EURO 561.25 US$ 642.77 | JP¥ 72337]
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RHIND, WILLIAM
Notice of Reptilian Fossils, Morayshire. A rare original article from the Proceedings of The Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, 1859.
Proceedings of The Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, 1859. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good. 2 pages. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Size: Octavo (standard book size). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh; Inventory No: 217590.
-- Cosmo Books -- Book number: 217590
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Keywords: BZDB395 Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh; Notice of Reptilian Fossils Morayshire A rare original article from the Proceedings of The Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh 1859 William Rhind
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RUTHQUIST, A. MACKAY
A. Mackay Ruthquist or, Singing the Gospel Among Hindus and Gonds.
London, Hodder & Stoughton. 1893, 1st Edition. Original Olive Green Boards, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 380p . Portrait frontis tissue guarded. Book internally clean and tight with original clean black endpapers. Neat previous owners name opposite half title (Florence Tee) Boards show a little edgewear but VG apart from a 1cm white blob on the front board. Still very collectable condition - see scans. Good +/No Jacket.
-- Creaking Shelves Books -- Book number: 006854
GBP 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 84.25 US$ 96.42 | JP¥ 10851]
Keywords: Missionary in India Sandend Morayshire Biography, Books & Book Collecting Foreign Travel & Topography Religion & Philosophy
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