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Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Transactions 1962

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Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society. 1963. H S Gracie (edited by). First Edition. Softcover. No DJ. Book Condition: .Used - Very Good. Thin card covers. Some minor signs of shelf-wear and a stain to the edge of the side of the book (see photos). Internally clean. Binding tight and appears little read with no inscriptions or annotations. Pages bright and clear throughout.

Contains many monochrome plates, plans, sections and text. With a major article on "Bristol Port Plans and Improvement Schemes" by A.F. Williams. Other items include "Friars' Orchard, Technical College, Gloucester" including a fold-out illustration, "Brimpsfield Church History - Part 1", "Lionel Cranfield and the Rectory of Campden", "Chandeliers in Gloucestershire Churches", "Crews Hole Pottery, St George, Bristol", Cirencester - Romano-British Wall-Paintings from Dyer Court" and "The History of Art in Gloucestershire".

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Author(s):
H S Gracie (edited by)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
4to
Edition:
First
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
245
Publisher:
Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society
Title:
Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Transactions 1962

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Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society. 1963. H S Gracie (edited by). First Edition. Softcover. No DJ. Book Condition: .Used - Very Good. Thin card covers. Some minor signs of shelf-wear and a stain to the edge of the side of the book (see photos). Internally clean. Binding tight and appears little read with no inscriptions or annotations. Pages bright and clear throughout.

Contains many monochrome plates, plans, sections and text. With a major article on "Bristol Port Plans and Improvement Schemes" by A.F. Williams. Other items include "Friars' Orchard, Technical College, Gloucester" including a fold-out illustration, "Brimpsfield Church History - Part 1", "Lionel Cranfield and the Rectory of Campden", "Chandeliers in Gloucestershire Churches", "Crews Hole Pottery, St George, Bristol", Cirencester - Romano-British Wall-Paintings from Dyer Court" and "The History of Art in Gloucestershire".

Author(s):
H S Gracie (edited by)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
4to
Edition:
First
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
245
Publisher:
Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society
Title:
Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Transactions 1962

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