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A Late Bronze Age Hoard From Beeston Regis, Norfolk. An original article from the Antiquity journal, 1982.
Antiquity, 1982. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. 3 pages, 1 figure and 2 plates. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not an offprint or a reprint. Size: Octavo (Standard book size). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Antiquity; Inventory No: 243434.
-- Cosmo Books -- Book number: 243434
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Keywords: BZDB395 Antiquity; A Late Bronze Age Hoard From Beeston Regis Norfolk An original article from the Antiquity journal 1982
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"Let's Talk" Magazine; East Anglian Edition July 2008- Gypsy/ Romany Interest
Norwich, Archant Ltd. 2007. Pictorial Paper Covers, 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Magazine, 11 pages of "nostalgia" photographs of times gone by, including 1 rare photograph (50's?) of smiling gypsy family resting in a field in Cromer, Norfolk with their caravan and horse. Bright, tight and clean.130 pp. Very Good.
-- Matilda Mary's Books -- Book number: 002525
GBP 5.00 [Appr.: EURO 5.75 US$ 6.73 | JP¥ 746]
Keywords: East Anglia Social History Romany Fine Arts/Design/Illustrations Norfolk,Suffolk,East Anglia
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Light Railways Act, 1896. . Order Made By the Light Railway Commissioners. . . Authorising the Construction of a Light Railway in the Counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, from Bury St Edmunds to Stanton, Walsham le Willows, South Lopham and Diss
London, Houses of Parliament. 1902. 25pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. Cd858 Neat library mark on cover. A clean copy. The early 20th Century saw ambitious plans for the introduction of light railways.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 169960
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.5 US$ 13.47 | JP¥ 1492]
Keywords: Nnn Light Railway Railways Norfolk Suffolk Bury St Edmunds Stantan Walsham le Willows South Lopham Diss
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Light Railways Act, 1896. South Norfolk Light Railway Order, 1898. Order Made By the Light Railway Commissioners. . . Authorising the Construction of a Light Railway from Trowse, in Norfolk, to Beccles in Suffolk
London, Houses of Parliament. 1899. 22pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. C9219. Neat library mark on cover. A clean copy.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 122642
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.5 US$ 13.47 | JP¥ 1492]
Keywords: Nnn Light Railway Railways Trowse Norfolk Beccles Suffolk
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London Road, Thetford, Norfolk Colour Postcard
circa 1924. 1924. 5½'' x 3½'' unused colour post card. In Very Good condition with small rubs to the corners.
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Map of the rivers & broads of Norfolk & Suffolk
London, Jarrold, 1930. Used - Good. Good linen backed map . Undated but style of adverts suggest about 1930. Covers overstuck with 'Blake's Limited Map' (you could book your yacht from them). Owner's inscription on front cover. 'Overstuck' covers a little worn..
-- Cotswold Internet Books -- Book number: BOOKS196788I
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Market Place and Town Hall, Thetford, Norfolk Colour Postcard
circa 1924. 1924. 5½'' x 3½'' unused colour post card. In Very Good condition with small rubs to the corners.
GBP 7.50 [Appr.: EURO 8.75 US$ 10.1 | JP¥ 1119]
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Memorials of the Family of Hurry of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, and of New York, United States;
Norwich, Miller & Leavins, nd ( c 1870's?); One of One hundred & Fifty printed for private distribution; Good+/ No dw; 103pp with 12 Plates, 24 lovely Wood engravings plus pull out drawing. Black endpapers; Leaflet stuck onto the American Branch title page for the 1898 Short Guide to the Parish Church Great Yarmouth Restoration Fund; Some light foxing, small closed tears to free end papers. Black leather embossed covers with bevelled edges & gilt lettering, 4 raised bands to spine. All Edges Gilt; Edges scuffed. Hard to find edition.
-- Wheen O' Books -- Book number: 5436
GBP 118.00 [Appr.: EURO 135 US$ 158.91 | JP¥ 17605]
Keywords: Genealogy Hurry, Family History, American Genealogy, New York Genealogy, Wood engravings, Norfolk, Great Yarmouth, Scarce, Rare.
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Monastery of Binham, Norfolk, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, September 14, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces. A rare original article from the London & Dublin Orthodox Journal, 1844.
London & Dublin Orthodox Journal, 1844. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good. 16 pages in total. Some foxing. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not an offprint or a reprint. Size: Octavo (Standard book size). Quantity Available: 1. Category: London & Dublin Orthodox Journal; Inventory No: 204985.
-- Cosmo Books -- Book number: 204985
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Keywords: BZDB395 London & Dublin Orthodox Journal; Monastery of Binham Norfolk with a woodcut A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal September 14 1844 Together with other brief varied pieces A rare original article from the London Dublin Orthodo
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[MACKERELL (BENJAMIN)]
A New Catalogue of the Books in the Publick Library of the City of Norwich, In the Year 1732. To which is added, An Account of the Orders prescribed by the Court and Common-Council for the Regulation of the same. Together with an Account of Mr. John Kirkpatrick's Roman and Other Coins.
Norwich: Printed by William Chase, [1733]. First edition, 4to, (227 x 170 mm), 54pp., some light staining and dust soiling, cont. manuscript additions and alterations to the text in ink, bound in later full vellum. Benjamin Mackerell (bap. 1685, d. 1738), Antiquary, Librarian, and Plagiarist. "In addition to his career as an antiquary, Mackerell is worth remembering for the work he undertook in his unpaid office of Librarian of the Norwich Public Library, between 1721 and 1732, and possibly later. This collection was already more than a century old, when Mackerell was first admitted to membership in 1715. The following year, he presented the library with a copies of Davila's History of France and Grimston's History of the Netherlands both in folio. The Norwich City Library was founded in May 1608, when the Norwich Assembly set aside three rooms in the New Hall in St Andrew's parish for the provision of a library for local preachers. No funds were made available for book purchases however other than the provision of a donor's book. Gifts of books were soon forthcoming, particularly from the aldermen and other city dignitaries, and by 1617 more than one hundred and twenty volumes had been added to the collect. Over the next three centuries, the library continued to operate, although its fortunes tended to wax and wane. After the initial enthusiasm following it establishment, the collection was neglected and the library shut up, until 1657, when it was revived by the Presbyterian Minister John Collinges. Similarly, a further period of neglect towards the end of the century, was followed by the appointment of an enthusiastic librarian, Joseph Brett, the reorganisation of the collection and the publication of the first printed catalogue in 1706. Mackerell's early membership of the library coincided with a period when the collection was well used, particularly by the Cathedral Clergy such as Thomas Tanner, or John Jeffery, the Archdeacon of Norwich, or Humphrey Prideaux, the Dean. However at the same time there was a decline in the number of donations, and relaxation in the application of the rules to members. Mackerell later expressed his disapproval of the management of the collection, in the account of the library in his history of Norwich. Mackerell's opportunity to institute reform came in June 1724, when he was selected to be the new Library Keeper.46 He sought first of all to tighten up adherence to the regulations by the membership, and secondly to encourage more donations, particularly from his friends. Thus his good friend and neighbour John Knyvett made a donation shortly after Mackerell took office. However, his greatest coup was in persuading his friend the antiquary John Kirkpatrick to leave more than two hundred early printed books and manuscripts together with his collection of coins and medals to the library. Kirkpatrick did however reserve his valuable manuscript collections towards the history of Norwich, for the use and enjoyment of his brother Thomas during his lifetime, and only thereafter to the city. Had the City Library also received the Le Neve as the owner had intended, and subsequently the Tanner manuscripts, it would have become an enormously valuable resource for the history of the county and of the East Anglian region. The acquisition of the Kirkpatrick collection provided an excellent reason for the complete reorganisation of the collection, and the compilation of a new library catalogue. On Mackerell's recommendation, the Norwich Assembly set up a Committee to consider the library, which agreed to finance the publication of 600 copies of a new catalogue. Like much of Mackerell's antiquarian work, the printed catalogue was orderly and well executed; a model library catalogue for its period. The books were arranged into a broad alphabetical classification scheme, and each title allocated a shelf number. The catalogue was arranged alphabetically by author and presented into columns showing the donor's name, author, title, date (where known), format, class and number. In his introduction Mackerell mentions that the publication of Bret's catalogue in 1706 had given rise to a number of additional donations: "for which Reason 'tis hoped that publishing and dispersing this Catalogue may have its well-intended design effected. "He also cited two other potential advantages of its publication. First of all that "the Magistrates, Gentlemen, Tradesmen, &c. of this City, ... by their seeing what Books are there Already, they may avoid giving Duplicates". Secondly that "those who are or shall be admitted to the Use of this Library ... save themselves many an unnecessary journey to it, in hopes to find a Book they may have Occasion for, and is not there to be met with"."—Aberystwyth University. Provenance: From the Westacre High House Library, Norfolk. A rare and early public library catalogue, ESTC and Copac gives 4 locates in the UK (British Library; Norwich; Cambridge; Oxford) and 3 locations in North America (Columbia; McMaster; Stanford).
-- Forest Books -- Book number: 36223
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Keywords: LIBRARY CATALOGUES BIBLIOGRAPHY ANTIQUARIAN BOOKS ABOUT BOOKS NORWICH NORFOLK
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Norfolcia Antiqua & Nova or, The Ancient and Modern History of the County of Norfolk and City of Norwich Containing Norfolk Part I: Giving an Account of the Ancient Inhabitants, and a Chorographical Description of the Towns and Villages, with the Lordships, and Gentlemen's Seats. The Dukes, Duchesses, and Earls of Norfolk Before the Conquest. The Baronets of this County, with the Time of their Creation, and Order of Standing. Persons of Note in this County, whose Birth Place or Abode are not Known. The Natural History of this County. Norfolk Part II: Containing an Account of the Bishops of the See of Norwich, the Ancient Monasteries, and Martyrs who Suffered in this County. Charity Schools set up in this County Before 1718. The Rectories and Vicarages of Norwich
In the Savoy: Printed by E. and R. Nutt; and Sold by E. Bell at the Cross-Keys and Bible in Cornhill 1723. London 1723. Contemporary vellum. Quarto. 9'' x 7¼''. Disbound containing title page and printed pages from 251-457 continuous. Five woodcut towns Coats of Arms, [lacking map?], very rare scale of distances from town to town. Manuscript index to the front free end papers, hand-written alphabetic index of various personages on eight pages to the rear.
GBP 395.00 [Appr.: EURO 452 US$ 531.93 | JP¥ 58932]
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Norfolk Archaeology Vol. Xxxiv Part I
Norwich, Norfolk & Norwich Arch. Soc. 1966, First Edition. Card Covers , 4to. 92pp. Neat ink name on fr. cover. Very Good.
-- Scorpio Books -- Book number: 014754
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Norfolk Archaeology. Vol. Xxxv Part Iv
Card covers. published by the Norfolk & Norwich Archaeological Society, . Good condition.
-- Jane Seabrook -- Book number: 28107
GBP 4.00 [Appr.: EURO 4.75 US$ 5.39 | JP¥ 597]
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Norfolk - South Lynn, West Lynn, and Saddlebow St. Mary's - Auction Sale Prospectus and Plan for "the Elms" Near King's Lynn. . 1916. Now Pe34 3lr
King's Lynn Norfolk, Gordon Curson, Land Agent. 1616, 1st Edition (as such). Printer Wrapper, Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. 8p Sale Prospectus: Full title: South Lynn, West Lynn, and Saddlebow St.Mary's near the Market Town of King's Lynn - to Private Persons, Farmers, Market Gardeners and Investors - Particulars with Plan and conditions of Sale of very Valuable Freehold Properties situate in the above Parishes comprising Family Residence, Twelve Cottages and several enclosures ... containing altogether 59a more of less - For Sale by Auction in six lots at the Globe Hotel, King's Lynn on Tuesday, 18th July 1916 at 3.30 in the afternoon. Two large Large maps 17" x 11 1/2" . Two photos of "The Elms". Some relevant pencil annotations. and a central and transverse fold. Coloured plans cover "The Elms" and lots alongside the Municipal Boundary and in Saddlebow. Please note also listed is the earler (1892) Auction Catalogue when "The Elms" was previosly auctioned. See scans and email for more. Very Good.
-- Creaking Shelves Books -- Book number: 008221
GBP 35.00 [Appr.: EURO 40.25 US$ 47.13 | JP¥ 5222]
Keywords: West Lynn South Lynn PE34 3LR The Elms King's Lynn Norfolk Maps & Cartography Family History & Genealogy Ephemera
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Norfolk Island: By an Officer on the Spot.
London. 1992. 13pp. 4to. Card covers, spiral bound Laser facsimile reprint of 1848 United Service Journal article.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 103041
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Keywords: Norfolk Island Convicts Reprint Xnn
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Norfolk Genealogy, volume 24: The East Norfolk Poll & Register 1835
the Norfolk & Norwich Genealogical Society, 1992, 1st edition. Blue cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine and front cover, no dustwrapper. 9.75ins x 6.25ins, red endpapers, [viii], viii, 227pp. Pages 201 to 227 are indices compiled by Chris Beal, the remainer of the book is a facsimile reprint of the register of voters for this election. It was contested by Lord Walpole, Edmond Wodehouse, William Howe Windham and Richard Hanbury Gurney - the first two named were elected. VG.
-- Missing Books (PBFA) -- Book number: 36267
GBP 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 17.25 US$ 20.2 | JP¥ 2238]
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The Norfolk Wildlife Centre and Country Park Handbook
Aylsham: M.F. Barnwell. Paperback. Published around 1985, 28 pages, illustrated, map, plan.. Very Good .
-- Philip Emery -- Book number: 151024
GBP 8.02 [Appr.: EURO 9.25 US$ 10.8 | JP¥ 1197]
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Norfolk Poll Book 1768
Exeter, S.A.& M.J.Raymond, 1996, Facsimile. (ISBN: 1899668047) Pictorial Card Covers , 8vo. Facsimile of 256pp + indexReproduced from the origianl in the library of historical research; , Very Good.
-- Scorpio Books -- Book number: 016003
GBP 9.00 [Appr.: EURO 10.5 US$ 12.12 | JP¥ 1343]
Keywords: 1899668047
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Norfolk and Norwich Thirty-Second Triennial Musical Festival Programme
Great Britain, 1927. Cloth, 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bound in red cloth. In good condition. Creasing to covers, some foxing to external page edges. Slight crease to pages also, a few spots of foxing internally, generally clean. Binding is very good. Programmes for October 26th to the 29th, 1927. 22 + 23 + 18 + 22 + 27 + 27 + 35 pages. Good.
-- Benson's Antiquarian Books -- Book number: 011383
GBP 29.50 [Appr.: EURO 33.75 US$ 39.73 | JP¥ 4401]
Keywords: Music Norfolk Norwich Festival
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Norfolk County Cricket Club Annual Report 1985
Norfolk: Norfolk County Cricket Club, 1985. Paperback. 56 pages, illustrated, slightly rusty staples.. Very Good .
-- Philip Emery -- Book number: 153264
GBP 9.00 [Appr.: EURO 10.5 US$ 12.12 | JP¥ 1343]
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The Norfolk Wildlife Park and Ornamental Pheasant Trust, Gt Witchingham, Norfolk
St Albans: Photo Precision. Paperback. No date (late 1960s?), 20 pages, illustrated, map, plan, light wear to the covers.. Good .
-- Philip Emery -- Book number: 154431
GBP 9.00 [Appr.: EURO 10.5 US$ 12.12 | JP¥ 1343]
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The Norfolk Poll Book 1817 (Raymonds Original Pollbooks)
Exeter, S.A.& M.J.Raymond, 1996, Facsimile. (ISBN: 1899668020) Pictorial Card Covers , 8vo. fcsimile 206pp. Reproduced from the origianl in the library of historical research , Very Good.
-- Scorpio Books -- Book number: 016007
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Keywords: 1899668020
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Norfolk Genealogy, volume 24: The East Norfolk Poll & Register 1835
the Norfolk & Norwich Genealogical Society, 1992, 1st edition. Blue cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine and front cover, no dustwrapper. 9.75ins x 6.25ins, red endpapers, [viii], viii, 227pp. Pages 201 to 227 are indices compiled by Chris Beal, the remainer of the book is a facsimile reprint of the register of voters for this election. It was contested by Lord Walpole, Edmond Wodehouse, William Howe Windham and Richard Hanbury Gurney - the first two named were elected. VG.
-- Missing Books (PBFA) -- Book number: 35854
GBP 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 17.25 US$ 20.2 | JP¥ 2238]
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Norfolk Archaeology: A Journal of Archaeology and Local History. Volume XLIII Part II.
The Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society, 1999 Cream Paperback, Good, some handling wear, contents clean and tight, pp217-387. With contents covering for example, The Archaeology of the Hargham Estate, Excavations at the Jarrold's Printing Works, The Chantry Certificates of Norfolk: Towards a Partial Reconstruction, The Foundation of Wormegay Priory, Sir Thomas Browne's Knighthood etc...
-- Little Owl Books -- Book number: 10629
GBP 6.00 [Appr.: EURO 7 US$ 8.08 | JP¥ 895]
Keywords: Norfolk archaeology journal Voume XLIII Part II two excavations Iron Age Launditch Beeston Bittering Hargham Estate Jaroolds Printing Works Chantry Cerficates New Buckenham Holme next to sea Dunston 01427962
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The Norfolk Poll Book (Raymonds' Original Pollbooks) 1806
Exeter, S.A.& M.J.Raymond, 1996, Facsimile. (ISBN: 1899668039) Pictorial Card Covers , 8vo. facsimile of 198pp. Reproduced from the origianl in the library of historical research , Very Good.
-- Scorpio Books -- Book number: 016004
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Keywords: 1899668039
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