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Publisher: Bungay: Morrow & Co., 1996. 0948903287:
Seller ID: 34132
1st edition. "On Saturday, January 31st, the lethal combination of an abnormally high tide and a vicious winter gale created the worst floods the East Coast of Britain has seen in recorded history....'Strong to Save', Christopher Alston's third published novel, is a dramatic tale of horror and heroism on that night in one North Norfolk village." Pp.181. Black cloth, dustwrapper has clear protective wrap. Scarce. VG/VG. View more info
By: BAGSHAW, Robert.
Publisher: Wymondham: Geo.R.Reeve, 1995. 0900616482:
Seller ID: 37888
1st edition. Signed. "Bob Bagshaw's Echoes cover practically a lifetime and come from town and village, farm and field, from men and women he has known over the years. Our northern neighbours say, "There's nowt so queer as folk"; as depicted by Bob, "there's nowt so interesting". " Pp.191, signed by author to title page, many black & white illustrations. Paperback. VG. View more info
By: BAGSHAW, Robert.
Publisher: Wymondham: Geo.R.Reeves Ltd, 1992. 0900616423:
Seller ID: 37887
A companion volume to "Norfolk Remembered". "Throughout the years, there has been a constant succession of people who, by their mere presence, have added colour to my existence. Most of them were simple folk leaving simple memories. It is to them that this book is dedicated." Pp.175, signed by author to title page, black & white photo illustrations throughout. Paperback. VG. View more info
By: BAGSHAW, Robert.
Publisher: Wymondham: Geo. R.Reeve Ltd, 1993. 090061630X:
Seller ID: 37886
2nd reprint. "A Norfolk volume to underline Bob's deep affection for the county as he introduces some of the faces and places he has met on his way since early days at Cromer." Pp.190, signed by author to title page, black & white photo illustrations throughout. Paperback. VG. View more info
By: BAGSHAW, Robert.
Publisher: Wymondham: Geo.R.Reeves, 1992. 0900616229:
Seller ID: 41498
Reprint. "Though the theme is mainly autobiographical, the result is much more than just a simple record of one man's early years; the interwoven picture of the country lifestyle of the period converts it into a significant piece of social history." Pp.159, black & white photo portrait frontispiece + 27 further black & white photos, signed by author to title page. Paperback. VG. View more info
Publisher: [London] : The Journal Of The British Archaeological Association, 1925 . 0:
Seller ID: 43200
First edition. A very good original pamphlet. pp.20. 10.0" x 6.5" . Brown card covers with black printed titles. Covers lightly rubbed with one horizontal crease. Clean text throughout. Title page with pink library stamp: "Norfolk County Library Withdrawn From Sale". G+ . View more info
By: BENSLEY, Mick.
Publisher: Loggerheads, Nr. Market Drayton: S.B.Publications, 1990. 1870708407:
Seller ID: 38608
"Thirty-four timeless watercolours...Commencing at King's Lynn, the paintings offer a wide variety of bygone scenes from North Norfolk, Great Yarmouth, the Norfolk Broads, Norwich and ending of the Suffolk border. Many seascapes are featured reflecting Norfolk's strong maritime heritage." Landscape format. 22cms x 27cms. Pp.72, 34 colour watercolour plates accompanied by verse by David Corran to facing pages. Maroon cloth, dustwrapper. VG/VG. View more info
By: BROOKS, Pamela.
Publisher: Derby: Breedon Books, 2007. 9781859835609:
Seller ID: 35612
"If you've ever wondered what happene locally on your birthday, anniversary or any other special day, you'll find it here....discover when the sea froze at Hunstanton, read about storms worse even than the one of 1987, and find out why Cley moved north,...why the Pope excommunicated the whole of Norwich, why there are flood marks on the church wall at King's Lynn and how the river at Norwich was covered in wax." Pp.190, occasional black & white photos. Cream cloth, dustwrapper has removable clear protective wrap. VG/VG. View more info
Publisher: Norwich: Jarrold & Sons, Limited, 1930.:
Seller ID: 35618
Includes: A History of the Diocese; The Connection of Norwich with Contiguous Dioceses; List of Bishops; History of the Cathedral Church; Carved Bosses in the Cathedral Church and Cloisters; The Effigy of Bishop Goldwell; The Birkbeck Copes; The Liturgical Use of Norwich; The Monastic Customary of Norwich; and the Origin, Organisation and Records of Norwich Cathedral Priory. Pp.xiv/90, black & white frontispiece + 16 black & white plates and a map of Norfolk, owner's details to half-title page. Brown cloth with blind-stamped title to front and gilt title to spine, edges slightly rubbed. VG. View more info
Publisher: London: The Society for Theatre Research, 1970.:
Seller ID: 44898
Ex library. The Theatre Royal, Norwich, is the second oldest provincial theatre built as such in England. Pp.182, 5 black & white plates, inkstamp (withdrawn) to front free endpaper. Grey card covers. G+. View more info
Publisher: Castle Acre: Beagle Publishing, 2001. 0954038509:
Seller ID: 41393
1st edition. Castle Acre is a rural village in north west Norfolk by the Peddars Way. Pp.55, occasional black & white illustrations and photos with guide to the village ammenities and folding map in pocket to rear. Paperback. VG. View more info
Publisher: London: Batsford, 1972. 0713401249:
Seller ID: 31047
"Entertaining and nostalgic as the book undoubtedly is, it has also a more permanent value as a collection of unfamiliar, and generally un-published, records of Norfolk in the years from the mid-nineteenth century to the First World War." 25.5cms x 19.5cms. Unpaginated, with b/w photographs throughout. Black cloth, illustrated dustwrapper slightly sunned to spine. VG/G+. View more info
Publisher: London: Clement Ingleby, 1924.:
Seller ID: 40555
"The story of King's Lynn may be divided into two almost equal halves, the Reformation being the dividing line, and the name being then changed from Bishop's Lynn to King's Lynn. Pp.xiv/120, with 37 illustrations from photographs chiefly supplied by Amy Purdy of King's Lynn,spotting to endpapers. Green card cover (designed by Mary Penrose-Thackwell) spotted and with date '1924' in ink to lower front corner, edges chipped. Good. View more info
Publisher: Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, 2010. 9780754669241:
Seller ID: 44704
1st edition. "Walsingham was medieval England's most important shrine to the Virgin Mary and a popular pilgrimage site....The collection's essays consider connections between landscape and the sacred, the body and sexuality and Walsingham's place in literature, music and, more broadly, especially since the Reformation, in the construction of cultural memory." Pp.xvi/251, occasional figure illustrations, music examples and tables. Black cloth, dustwrapper. VG/VG. View more info
Publisher: Norwich: Soman-Wherry Press Ltd, 1961.:
Seller ID: 40675
A collection of papers assembled by the Paramoudra Club to mark its tenth anniversary. Contents include: Strata of Norfolk; The Sub-Cretaceous Rocks of Norfolk by R.G.Thurrell; The Lower Cretaceous Deposits of Norfolk by G.P.Larwood; The Upper Cretaceous of Norfolk by N.B.Peake and J.M.Hancock; The Palaeogene and Early Pleistocene of Norfolk by B.M.Funnell and The Glacial and Interglacial Deposits of Norfolk by R.G.West. Pagination runs pp.270-375, 1 folding plate. Paperback. VG. View more info
By: LEE, Kitty.
Publisher: Privately published, 1991. 0951853007:
Seller ID: 40332
Published to celebrate the purchase at auction, return and presentation of the "H.F.Bailey 777" life-boat to the Cromer Life-Boat Museum in August 1991. Pp.xiv/140, occasional black & white photos throughout. Paperback. VG. View more info
By: MARR, Leslie.
Publisher: Fakenham: Acorn Editions, 1979. 0906554004:
Seller ID: 42964
1st edition. "This is a different sort of church book. Leslie Marr looks at churches in an unusual way. He is a painter but his eye is not only that of an artist - he also seeks out the curious and the strange. Those who think they know all about churches are in for surprises, and new pleasures are in store..."(Lady Harrod. Foreword). 29.5cms x 21cms. Pp.96, black & white photographs throughout + index map to end. Paperback, edges rubbed and small scuff to top right corner. G+. View more info
Publisher: Norwich: Black Horse Books, nd(c.1983). 0950006777:
Seller ID: 31040
Legends and facts about a selection of Norfolk villages as told through their village signs. "...Norfolk has more examples of this unique folk-art than any other county..." 24cms x 18.5cms. Pp.104, 100 photographs by Frances Proctor and 100 sketches by Philippa Miller, maps to endpapers. Pbk, minor rubbing to spine. VG. View more info
By: REEVE, B.S.
Publisher: Dereham: The Larks Press, 1995. 0948400269:
Seller ID: 44687
1st edition. Edited by Eric Fowler (Jonathan Mardle). A hundred years history of the Reeve family's work as thatchers in Breckland. "Mr Reeve tells his story all the better because he tells it in his own plain style and simple language." Pp.74, 23 black & white illustrations. Paperback, small scuff to rear cover, slight sunning to spine. G+. View more info