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Bartholomew National Map Series. Sheet 5 New Forest & Isle of Wight 1: 100000
London, Bartholomew, 1981. (ISBN: 0702800058) Soft Cover . A very good clean copy of this fold-out map. Printed on paper. Small repaired tear to margin where it is attached to card cover - map not affected. Good.
-- YesterYear Books -- Book number: 061223
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Bartholomew National Map Series 1:100 000; Map Sheet Number 5 New Forest and Isle of Wight
Published by John Bartholomew & Son Ltd., Duncan Street, Edinburgh 1975. 1975. Original glossy red and black card covers. Full colour single sided 32 section paper folded map which opens to 41'' x 29''. Small holes to the internal folded corners, rubs to the exterior corners.
GBP 5.00 [Appr.: EURO 6 US$ 6.28 | JP¥ 695]
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Bartholomew's Revised "Half-Inch" Contoured Maps: New Forest, Great Britain Sheet 5
London, John Bartholomew. 1961, Reprint. Card Covers, 8vo. Colour fold out map, mounted on cloth.Sheet 5 in the Bartholomew's series. Blue cover. Very Good/No Jacket.
-- Pend Books -- Book number: 27187
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Keywords: Bartholomew's Maps, Geography, Somerset, English Topography
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Bartholomew's Revised ''Half-Inch'' to One Mile Contoured Map Sheet 5: New Forest
Published by John Bartholomew & Son Ltd., Duncan Street, Edinburgh 1959. Edinburgh 1959. Publisher's original cornflower blue and orange lettering card covers. 24 section paper colour map mounted on cloth opening to 33½'' x 22¼''. In Very Good clean condition and without any tears.
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Beauty Spots in the New Forest, Hampshire Monochrome Divided Postcard
Post Office Dated 1950. 1950. 5½'' x 3½'' monochrome used post card. Post Office mark and date, stamp, address and personal message to the reverse. In Very Good condition.
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[BULLAR, JOHN].
A Companion on a Tour Round Southampton. Comprehending various particulars, ancient and modern, of New Forest, Lymington, Christchurch, Romsey, Bishop's Waltham, Titchfield, & c, and a Tour of the Isle of Wight. With notices of the Villages, Gentlemen's Seats, Curiosities, Antiquities, &c, occurring in the different roads described.
Southampton: T Baker, 1801 2nd edn improved & enlarged. 312 pp. Recent boards 1/4 style with original spine label laid down, uncut. 19.5 cm x 12 cm. Wear to spine label with loss to edges, contents lightly age browned.
-- John Turton -- Book number: 32088
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Famous Old Inns of the New Forest: A Selection of the Most Interesting Inns, Including Historical Details, General Information and Map
Published by Hamilton-Fisher 3 Pimlico, Torquay circa 1955 edition not stated. Torquay circa 1955. Publisher's original stapled black and white card covers. Oblong 3½'' x 7'' 20 pp. Monochrome photographic illustrations to every page. Staples rusty and in Very Good clean condition, priced 1/- to the front cover.
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[INTRODUCTION BY SIR WILLIAM BEACH THOMAS]
The New Forest and Hampshire in Pictures
Published by Odhams Press Ltd., Long Acre, Covent Garden, London First Edition 1952. London 1952. First edition hard back binding in publisher's original apple green cloth covers, gilt title lettering to the spine. Quarto 10½'' x 8''. Contains [vi] 128 printed pages of monochrome photographs throughout with descriptive text to each. A little foxing to the end papers, without any ownership markings. Very Good condition book, in Good condition dust wrapper with a couple of closed tears with related crease lines to the edges, not price clipped 12/6. Dust wrapper supplied in archive acetate film protection, this protects and prolongs the life of the paper, it is not adhered to the book or to the dust wrapper.
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Ordnance Survey Map of Bournemouth and Purbeck Showing part of the New Forest : Sheet 195
Published by Ordnance Survey Office Chessington, Surrey 1974. 1974. Paper folded. 1: 50 000. In Fine condition.
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Ordnance Survey Map of The Solent Showing part of the New Forest : Sheet 196
Published by Ordnance Survey Office Chessington, Surrey 1974. 1974. Paper folded. 1 : 50 000. In VG condition.
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Ordnance Survey Map of Salisbury and The Plain Showing part of the New Forest : Sheet 184
Published by Ordnance Survey Office Chessington, Surrey 1974. 1974. Paper folded. 1 : 50 000. In VG condition.
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A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, the Avon Valley, Salisbury, Winchester, and the New Forest
London, Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd. 1900. Hardcover. Used, Thirteenth edition - revised. This book does not have a publication date. It was not published in 1900. Original red uniform linen over card, rounded corners. Spine and covers lettered in black. Boards are lightly faded, edge-worn and warped with bumped leading corners. A few small light stains on boards. Spine is significantly faded with nicked foot and lightly chipped head. No jacket. Page block is grubby. Advertisments precede title page, interspersed through text. One map is detached but intact. A few small gaps in the binding. Pages are slightly tanned with occasional age spotting. Name of previous owner and address are neatly penned on the top of first page. Contents are clear. Includes plan of Bournemouth, two maps of the district, and map of the Isle of Wight and 80 illustrations. Externally poor (very worn), contents generally good. T. Acceptable/No Dust Jacket.
-- PsychoBabel Books -- Book number: 425242
GBP 21.69 [Appr.: EURO 25.25 US$ 27.23 | JP¥ 3013]
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Russell's Graphic Guide to the New Forest.
Southampton: Russell 1968. . 112p 19cm stapled, large folding map in front cover (beginning to detach), numerous maps, plates and illus, descriptions of forest and its history and towns and attractions of surrounding areas, suggested walks through forest, many period adverts, a charming and still useful little guide, VG.
-- Plurabelle Books -- Book number: PAQ23641
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Southampton, New Forest, Bournemouth; A Ward Lock's Red Guide
Published by Ward, Lock & Co., Limited, 116 Baker Street, London Second Edition 1963. London 1963. Hard back binding in publisher's original scarlet cloth covers, black lettering to the spine and front cover. 8vo. 7½'' x 5¼''. Contains [iv] 160 [ii] printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and fold-out maps throughout. Without any ownership markings. Fine condition book, in Very Good condition dust wrapper with shallow rubs to the spine tips, small line mark to the foot of the spine. Dust wrapper without any tears or chips and supplied in archive acetate film protection, this protects and prolongs the life of the paper, it is not adhered to the book or to the dust wrapper.
GBP 8.50 [Appr.: EURO 10 US$ 10.67 | JP¥ 1181]
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Ward Lock's Red Guide Bournemouth New Forest Southampton
London, Ward Lock. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Very Good Copy in Fair clipped D/J. Undated but appears 1950's. Clean contents, b/w plates and fold-out maps.
-- Balfour Books -- Book number: 015052
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Keywords: Lock
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The XXth Century edition of Bright's Illustrated Guide to Bournemouth, Christchurch, Southampton, Winchester, Salisbury, Stonehenge, New Forest, Poole, Wimborne, Swanage, Corfe Castle, Etc
Published by Kent & Co. London, 1901. 139 pages, contains 120 photo-reproductions and maps, slight wear to edge of cover and pages, good condition, Paperback.
-- Keogh's Books, Secondhand & Antiquarian -- Book number: 45633
GBP 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 29 US$ 31.39 | JP¥ 3473]
Keywords: The XXth Century edition of Bright's Illustrated Guide to Bournemouth, Christchurch, Southampton, Winchester, Salisbury, Stonehenge, New Forest, Poole, Wimborne, Swanage, Corfe Castle, Etc"
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ASHBY, ERIC
The Secret Life of the New Forest
Chatto and Windus. 1989. (ISBN: 0701134046). Hardcover. Hardback with D/J (clipped) in good condition. 1989 Chatto and Windus 1st edition. A book of colour photographs intended as a celebration of the New Forest and its wildlife. Through the changing seasons it covers the giant oaks, deers, ponies, fox cubs, badgers, pigs, woodpeckers, owls, rare orchids and butterflies. It also includes some of Eric Ashby's early wildlife photographs and a record of the injured and orphaned foxes which he and his wife have cared for as well as unique photographs of badger families in the artificial set he has constructed. The author is known for his TV film "The Unknown Forest". - used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first edition, non-fiction books delivered world wide. Excess postage may be required for books over 1 kg in weight outside the EU. ISBN 0-7011-3404-6 0701134046. Good.
-- Lady Lisa's Bookshop -- Book number: 8988
GBP 4.80 [Appr.: EURO 5.75 US$ 6.03 | JP¥ 667]
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ACTON, C. R.
SPORT AND SPORTSMEN OF THE NEW FOREST. With a foreword by Rt. Hon. Lord Darling, P.C. Illustrated by Eric Meade-King.
Heath Cranton, 1936. 1st Ed. Sm. 8vo. 190pp. Frontis., 9 ills. Lightly browned and spotted, owners inscription, sl. bumped to upper corners, sm. tear to head of page 33 with sl. loss, original green cloth sl. dampspotted.
-- Francis Edwards Booksellers -- Book number: 231420
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.75 US$ 12.56 | JP¥ 1389]
Keywords: VOYAGES AND TRAVEL; ENGLAND
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ALLISON, PHILIP; DRUMMOND, MALDWIN
The New Forest: A Photographic Record of 100 Years of Forest Life
Pioneer Publications. 1979, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 0950278637) Hardcover. Book, 1st printing. Large format book. Firmly bond & carefully read. Both book & jacket are in VG clean condition. No inscription or ownership markings. The jacket has some edge wear & a couple of very small tears but minimal loss. Price clipped. Collection of well annotated photographs - mainly in b/w. Very Good/Very Good.
-- Dandy Lion Editions -- Book number: 026515
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Keywords: 0950278637 Hampshire, History, New_forest, Countryside, Rural, Gypsy, Transport, Industry, Snake, Countryside, Farming & Livestock
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ANON [NEW FOREST]
An Abstract of All the Claims on the New Forest, in the County of Southampton, Entered at the Lord Chief Justice in Eyre's Court, Adjourned from the Swainmote Court, Held at Lyndhurst, the 27th of June, in the 22nd Year of King Charles the Second
and Held at Winton, the 29th Day of September, 1670. Salisbury: Benj. Cha. Collins and J. Johnson 1776, 1776. Full Calf. 8vo.. 202, (10) pp. Modern full sprinkled calf. Five raised bands to spine. Red morocco title label. New endpapers. Uncommon. Clean internally with binding in Fine condition. 21 cm. tall. Near Fine .
-- Stephen Foster - Fosters' Bookshop -- Book number: 48226
GBP 400.00 [Appr.: EURO 462.5 US$ 502.21 | JP¥ 55568]
Keywords: New Forest,Southampton,Winton
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Famous Old Inns in the New Forest Dorset and District
Dorset, 1968. Paperback. No date but pre decimilisation [cost 2/6],16pp, illustrated, in colour, illus card covers; Oblong 16mo. Very Good .
-- Castle Hill Books -- Book number: 63571
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Keywords: Innkeeping Brewing Cider Wine
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The New Forest and the Strong Country
The Brewery, Romsey, Hampshire: Strong & Co, 1962. Paperback. no date, but late 1950s/early 1960s ?, 132pp, illustrated, adverts, bound in VG card covers; Small Octavo. Very Good .
-- Castle Hill Books -- Book number: 63567
GBP 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 17.5 US$ 18.83 | JP¥ 2084]
Keywords: Breweries Inns Innkeeping Brewing Cider Wine
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Russell's Graphic Guide to the New Forest
Southampton: Russell & CO (Southern Counties) Ltd, 1964. Light shelf wear only. 112pp. Includes tipped in fold out map.. Illustrated in mono. Staple bound card covers, Very Good.
-- Uncle Phil's Books -- Book number: 103592
GBP 4.00 [Appr.: EURO 4.75 US$ 5.02 | JP¥ 556]
Keywords: Southern England
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Ward Lock Red Guides: Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, The Avon Valley, Salisbury, and the New Forest
Ward Lock, 1931, Fifteenth edition revised. Considerable cover wear and fading. Adverts front and rear.. Illustrated in black-and-white with photographs, plan of Bournemouth, two maps of the district, and a map of the Isle of Wight. Cloth on stiff card covers, Good Reading Copy .
-- Uncle Phil's Books -- Book number: 719068
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Keywords: Southern England
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ANTIQUARIAN TRACTS, VARIOUS AUTHORS.
Antiquarian Tracts: (1) Catalogue of the Archaeological Museum Formed at Carlisle. (2) the Armorial Bearings of the City of Carlisle. (3) a Catalogue of the Museum Formed at Gloucseter. (4) Catalogue of a Collection of Works on Pageantry Bequeathed to the Society of Antiquaries of London. (5) List of Wooden Effigies in England. (6) Horley Church. (7) the Monumental Brasses of Peper Harow Church. (8) Michaelmarsh and Its Antiquities: Together with Notices of the New Forest, Hampshire. (9) Merlin and Arthur. (10) Caer Pensauelcoit, a Long Lost Unromanised British Metropolis. (11) Some Observations on the Anglo-Saxon Christian Name. (12) St. Paul's Cathedral, London, a Short Chronicle of St. Paul's Cathedral from 1140 to 1341. 13) Old Rome by Robert Burn, Being an Epitome of His Larger Work; and the Architectural Histoy of the City of Rome, Abridged from Parker's "Archaeology of Rome". (14) Murrhine Vases. (15) Ancient Remains Recently Found on the Site of the Abbey of Keynsham, Somersetshire. (16) Roman Antiquities [Found at] Lydney. (17) a Roman Villa at Beddington. (18) Oculist's Stamps. (19) Roman Inscription Found at Stoke Bishop, Somersetshire. (20) Recent Discoveries Along the Line of the Roman Wall in Northumberland and Cumberland. (21) a Roman Monument and Inscription in the Museum at Wiesbaden. (22) Roman Remains at Toddington, Bedfordshire. (23) Roman Remains Found at Charterhouse, in Mendip. (24) Excavations in Rome During the Season of 1873-74. (25) Some Metallic Objects of Roman Workmanship Found at and Near Cirencester. (26) a Roman Sculptured Slab Found at Ribchester. (27) Some Remarks Upon Roman Military Signacula Found in Britain. (28) the Ashmolean Museum: Its History, Present State, and Prospects. (29) Les Prieures Anglais de Saint-Florent Pres Saumur. (30) Chartes Anciennes Du Prieure de Monmouth En Angleterre. (31) the Genealogies of Glamorgan.
London and various, Various, 1859 to 1879. Ex-Library. Hardback. 8vo. (9 x 6 inches). A collection of 31 original antiquarian tracts, bound in one volume in 1884, many with original front wrapper but not the lower wrapper, with a list of the titles and short form of the journal sources handwritten in ink. Half calf gilt over marbled boards. Marbled endpapers, with inner hinges strengthened by white library tape. Top edge gilt. A few library marks in ink and pencil to ffep verso and flyleaf, with library number in gilt to spine, numerals in pencil to first leaf of each article. (1) Catalogue of the Archaeological Museum formed at Carlisle, Carlisle and London, Charles Thurnam and The Archaeological Institute, 1859. (2) R. S. Ferguson, The Armorial Bearings of the City of Carlisle, Reprinted from the Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, illustrated. (3) A Catalogue of the Museum formed at Gloucseter, Gloucester and Gloucestershire Antiquities, Gloucester, A. Lea, 1860. (4) Frederick William Fairholt, Catalogue of a Collection of Works on Pageantry Bequeathed to The Society of Antiquaries of London, London, The Society of Antiquaries, 1869. (5) Augustus W. Franks and R. Clements Markham, List of Wooden Effigies in England, from the Archaeologia, XLVI, p.279, 1880. (6) Major Heales, Horley Church, London, Wyman, 1879, illustrated. (7) Major Heales, The Monumental Brasses of Peper Harow Church, London, Wyman, 1878, illustrated. (8) Michaelmarsh and Its Antiquities: together with Notices of The New Forest, Hampshire, London, John Russell Smith, 1867, illustrated. (9) Merlin and Arthur, The Following Essay is printed for the use of the Early English Text Society, Printed for Private Circulation, 1871. (10) Thomas Kerslake, Caer Pensauelcoit, A Long Lost Unromanised British Metropolis, London, Reeves and Turner, with fold-out map, [Penselwood]. (11) Henry Charles Coote, Some Observations on the Anglo-Saxon Christian Name. (12) W. Sparrow Simpson, St. Paul's Cathedral, London, A Short Chronicle of St. Paul's Cathedral from 1140 to 1341, transcribed from a Manuscript. (13) Old Rome by Robert Burn, being an Epitome of his Larger Work; and The Architectural Histoy of the City of Rome, abridged from Parker's "Archaeology of Rome", compared and contrasted, Reprinted from the 'Antiquary'. (14) Hodder M. Westropp, Murrhine Vases. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, Jan. 28, 1869. (15) H. M. Scarth, Ancient Remains recently found on the site of the Abbey of Keynsham, Somersetshire. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, Jan. 26, 1871. (16) W. H. Bathurst, Roman Antiquities [found in his park at] Lydney. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, March 2, 1871. (17) John Addy, A Roman Villa at Beddington, near Croyden, Surrey. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, May 4, 1871. Illustrated. (18) Henry Campkin and C. Knight Watson, Oculist's Stamps. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, May 22, 1873. Illustrated. (19) H. C. Coote, Roman Inscription Found at Stoke Bishop, Somersetshire. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, Nov. 27, 1873. Illustrated. (20) Collingwood Bruce, Recent discoveries along the line of the Roman Wall in Northumberland and Cumberland. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, January 15, 1874. (21) W. M. Wylie, A Roman Monument and Inscription in the museum at Wiesbaden. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, Feb. 5, 1874. Illustrated. (22) James Wyatt, Roman remains at Toddington, Bedfordshire. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, April 16, 1874. Illustrated. (23) H. M. Scarth, Roman remains found at Charterhouse, in Mendip. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, April 16, 1874. (24) John Henry Parker, Excavations in Rome during the season of 1873-74. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, June 25, 1874. (25) A. H. Church, Some metallic objects of Roman workmanship found at and near Cirencester. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, April 6, 1876. Illustrated. (26) W. A. Abram, A Roman sculptured Slab found at Ribchester. From the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries, May 11, 1876. Illustrated. (27) Henry Charles Coote, Some remarks upon Roman military Signacula found in Britain. Illustrated. (28) John Henry Parker, The Ashmolean Museum: its History, Present State, and Prospects, Oxford, 1870. (29) Paul Marchegay, Les Prieures Anglais de Saint-Florent pres Saumur, Les Roches-Baritaud, 1879. (30) Paul Marchegay, Chartes Anciennes du Prieure de Monmouth en Angleterre, Les Roches-Baritaud, 1879. (31) The Genealogies of Glamorgan. Fold-out chart. A better than Very Good collection of articles, appears little used. Very good + We reduce the default shipping charge for lighter books or use it for a tracked service if books are expensive or uncommon. We pack books securely in boxes, or corrugated card or cardboard, and protect corners with bubble-wrap.
-- John Taylor Books PBFA -- Book number: 15349
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