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The Northumbrian Bagpipes by W.A. Cocks and J.F. Bryan

£65.00

Product description

Pipe-making instruction book, reflecting the art and tradition of pipe-making and playing in Northumberland. Foreword by His Grace the Duke of Northumberland. Illustrated with eighteen plates showing working drawings and more.

Dark blue cloth blinding with silver-coloured lettering to front cover and spine; errata slip inserted loose in book.

Very good condition for a second-hand book: very light wear to covers and spine with light bowing to hardcovers, light bumping to cover corners, light twisting to spine, pin-hole tears to cloth at fore and bottom edges of covers; printed owner name and address to front pastedown endpaper, light soiling to top edge of pages, very light foxing to reverse of Foreword page, mark-ups in ink to Plate 7 and Plate 16 (in accordance with errata slip), spot stain to Plate 15/16 fore edge, otherwise internally fine.

Item details

Author(s):
Cocks, W.A. and Bryan, J.F.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
Revised and enlarged edition, published 1975.
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0902510061
Number of pages:
30
Publisher:
The Northumbrian Pipers' Society
Title:
The Northumbrian Bagpipes

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Pipe-making instruction book, reflecting the art and tradition of pipe-making and playing in Northumberland. Foreword by His Grace the Duke of Northumberland. Illustrated with eighteen plates showing working drawings and more.

Dark blue cloth blinding with silver-coloured lettering to front cover and spine; errata slip inserted loose in book.

Very good condition for a second-hand book: very light wear to covers and spine with light bowing to hardcovers, light bumping to cover corners, light twisting to spine, pin-hole tears to cloth at fore and bottom edges of covers; printed owner name and address to front pastedown endpaper, light soiling to top edge of pages, very light foxing to reverse of Foreword page, mark-ups in ink to Plate 7 and Plate 16 (in accordance with errata slip), spot stain to Plate 15/16 fore edge, otherwise internally fine.

Author(s):
Cocks, W.A. and Bryan, J.F.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
Revised and enlarged edition, published 1975.
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0902510061
Number of pages:
30
Publisher:
The Northumbrian Pipers' Society
Title:
The Northumbrian Bagpipes

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