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A History of Tin Mining and Smelting in Cornwall

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A definitive history of tin mining in Cornwall. Comprehensive accounts of the working practices- and the grim realities- of this once major industry, tracing Cornwall's rise as principal world source in the late 19th century through to its eventual and disastrous decline. Published in 1989.

Paperback in fair condition with much sun fading to the borders of the covers and spine. Some creases to the covers and minor bumping to the corners. Heavy tanning to the top page edges and slight brown stain to the side page edges. Inside pages are clean and securely bound. A good readable copy.

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Author(s):
D. B. Barton
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
22.8 x 14.9 x 2 cm
Edition:
2nd
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781871060096
Number of pages:
302
Publisher:
Cornwall Books

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A definitive history of tin mining in Cornwall. Comprehensive accounts of the working practices- and the grim realities- of this once major industry, tracing Cornwall's rise as principal world source in the late 19th century through to its eventual and disastrous decline. Published in 1989.

Paperback in fair condition with much sun fading to the borders of the covers and spine. Some creases to the covers and minor bumping to the corners. Heavy tanning to the top page edges and slight brown stain to the side page edges. Inside pages are clean and securely bound. A good readable copy.

Author(s):
D. B. Barton
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
22.8 x 14.9 x 2 cm
Edition:
2nd
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9781871060096
Number of pages:
302
Publisher:
Cornwall Books

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