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Poor Wales so far from Heaven, So close to England – Sharon Kay Penman
Publisher: London:, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & CO., Ltd.,, 1913.
Edition: This is the second edition, revised and reset into one volume.
Dealing with the past fifty years of history for each river of England and Wales discussed to afford anglers the fullest and latest information of what can be expected in each location.The author describes the course, length, drainage and characteristic of each river; rules for fishing, regarding nets and rods; the right size and pattern of flies, dressings and any special local ones; rules of large associations and their agents; the number of pools of each fisher... View more info
By: Newnes, George
Publisher: London:, Newnes,, 1935
Dark red with black tones simulated leather boards with guilt titles and decorations. Bindings square and firm though a bit shaken. Text clean and toned. Maps in full color. Some minor spotting to front board. 11 inches tall. View more info
Publisher: London:, John Murray,, 1901.<br>
Edition: New Impression. <br>
WALES is a country interesting in many respects, and deserving of more attention than it has hitherto met with. Though not very extensive, it is one of the most picturesque countries in the world, a country in which Nature displays herself in her wildest, boldest, and occasionally loveliest forms. But it is not for its scenery alone that Wales is deserving of being visited; scenery soon palls unless it is associated with remarkable events, and the names of remarkabl... View more info
Publisher: London:, Methuen & CO.,, 1934
Edition: Seventh Edition.
Green cloth covered boards with stamped gilt titles. Front Bind-stamped edge border with stamped gilt thistle. Bindings tight and square. Text clean with some toning and occasional finger mark. Light shelf wear, touch of rub at corners and spine tips. Previous owner's name and tape mark from a now gone "thistle". Many illustrations are laid-in full two pages. View more info
By: [Not specified]
Publisher: London, New York, Paris:, Travel Association of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 1937.
Edition: Second Edition.
Blue stiff stapled paper wraps, minimal handling wear. Lists all establishments in the British Isles with season and off-season prices. Small pencil notes top of title pages, a few prices underlined on several pages. One copy found OCLC at Yale. View more info
Publisher: London:, The Automobile Association,, 1953.<br>
Edition: Fourth Printing.<br>
Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate handling wear. Several types of maps, Some in color. Details of many cities. String attached ruler for determining distances. View more info