Ashbourne, Landmark Publishing, 2003. Red cloth gilt. In very good dustwrapper. A very good copy. pp. 185 plus index. Photographs throughout.
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Wakefield, West Yorkshire Archaeology Service, 1999. Large 8vo. Illustrated laminated boards. A very good copy. pp. x, 358. With plates and figures throughout.
Guiseley, M.T.D. Rigg Publications, 1984. Quarter dark green morocco gilt. In fair, rather stained dustwrapper. Top edge a little spotted, but a very good copy. pp. 141 plus Subscribers' list and preliminaries. Black and white photographs throughout.
Guiseley, M.T.D. Rigg, 1984. Tan cloth gilt. In very good dustwrapper. A very good copy. pp. 141 plus Subscribers' list. Black and white photographs throughout.
Keighley, Feather Bros., 1927. Crimson cloth with gilt titles to cover and spine. Covers marked and stained, but good internally, and a sound copy. pp xii, 301. With plates and folding map as required.
London, The O.U.P. for The Institute of Historical Research 1976. Fo. Scarlet cloth gilt. In fine, price-clipped dustwrapper. A fine copy. xvi, 220. With many maps and photographs.
Otley, Smith Settle, 1997 and 2001. Softback in illustrated card wraps. Vol.I SIGNED by author to titlepage. Both very good copies. pp. viii, 103; ix, 113. With many photographs.
Leeds, H.W. Walker, 1868. Gilt-bordered and decorated brown cloth over bevelled boards. Gilt title to spine. Spine rather worn, with 1 inch split to cloth. A good copy. pp. [iv], 165.
Hull and York, A. Brown & Sons, 1892. Blue cloth with gilt titles and decoration to cover and spine. t.e.g. A series of essays on topics from prehistory to the 18th century. Spine a little marked, but a good copy. pp. 267 plus adverts. Illustrations to text.
Edinburgh and London, E. & S. Livingstone Ltd., 1963. Light blue cloth gilt. In good, slightly spotted and marked, price-clipped dustwrappers. Both volumes signed by the author to f.f.e.p. Published in 1963 and 1966. Top edges a little spotted, but a good set. pp. xii, 107; xii, 188. With illustrations.
London, Collins, 1952. Red cloth gilt. In poor dustwrapper, with some loss. Maps to endpapers. A novel centred on a North Riding lead mining community in the nineteenth century. A good copy. pp. 574.
Skipton, Edmondson and Co., 1880. Stamped limp tan cloth with gilt title to front cover. An interesting insight into late 19th century Skipton history. Rear hinge split to lower 1/4 and bottom 1/4 inch missing from spine, but a good copy. pp. viii, 160.
North Yorkshire County Council 1984. Large 8vo in card wraps. In illustrated dustwrapper. 'Includes documents to illustrate the study of the Wharton mines in Swaledale in the seventeenth century by Arthur Raistrick'. A very good copy. pp. 314.
Hitchen, Ashley Cooper, 1988. Green cloth/gilt in very good dustwrapper. The author researches the private records of the Yorke family, spanning eight centuries and their holdings in Yorkshire, and this copy is SIGNED by her to the f.f.e.p. A very good copy. pp. xii, 307. Maps to endpapers and with.....
Walker & Laycock, Leeds 1885/7. Contemporary half calf with raised bands and gilt-lettered labels over marbled boards. A Limited Edition of 500 copies, of which this is No. 361. Top edge coloured, other edges uncut. A very good copy in a handsome binding. pp 443; 443 plus indices and subscribers' list.
Oxford, Clarendon Press 1977. Brown cloth gilt. In very good dustwrapper. A very good copy. pp. xv, 586. Illustrated throughout.
Leeds, Edward Baines 1826. Recent antiqued quarter cloth with printed label over the original marbled boards. A very good copy. pp. iv, 5-194.
London, Longman, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman & Halifax, Leyland and Son, 1840-1854. Uniformly bound in half calf with gilt-lettered labels, over marbled boards. The first volume is by Baines, and published by Longman &c., and the second by Baker and Nowell, published by William Pamplin, London. Both volumes have.....
Hull, A.Brown & Sons 1906. Blue cloth gilt. A good copy of the second edition, but lacking one of the maps. pp. xiv, 671 and errata leaf. With two coloured maps.
London, Longmans, Green & Co., 1882. Large 8vo. Green cloth gilt. Previous owner's signature dated 1888 to half-title. Some light wear and marking to covers and spine, including cup-ring to front. Inner hinges a little weak. Some spotting, mainly to first and last pages, folding map and view. Generally a....
Wakefield, W.R.Hall & London, J. Russell Smith, 1866. Stamped green cloth over bevelled boards with gilt titles to cover and spine. Neatly recased with new endpapers. First map repaired. A good copy. pp. 371 plus advert. Vignette to frontispiece, section through Alum Pot and with two folding maps.
London, John Hodges, 1877. Brown cloth with printed decoration and gilt titles to cover and spine. Worn to heads and tails of spines, which are also a little stained. Spotting to preliminaries. Private library bookplate to f.f.e.p. A fair set of the Third Edition. pp. vi, 279; 271.
Harrogate Golf Club, 1991. Green cloth gilt. In good dustwrapper. A very good copy. pp. xv, 194. Illustrated throughout.
Newton Abbot, David & Charles, 1969. Brown cloth gilt. In very good dustwrapper. A very good copy indeed. pp. 272. Photographs and diagrams throughout.
Keighley, Published by the Author, No Date. Printed cream card wraps. SIGNED by the author to titlepage. Some creasing to spine, but a very good copy. pp. xii, 162. With maps, drawings, plates and tables.