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EMMISON, F G (Editor)

Published by COUNTY RECORD OFFICE, Bedford (1934)

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From: K Books Ltd ABA ILAB (York, YORKS, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: COUNTY RECORD OFFICE, Bedford, 1934. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition. 158 pages, indexes of names and places, typescript bound in boards with cloth spine, gilt lettering to spine, ex-library with withdrawn stamp, number 51 of 75 copies, signed by the editor, shows slight wear but sound and tight. Size: 8 x 13 Inches, 20 x 33bcms. By Editor. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # REG/8

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Marchbank, Rachel

Published by Friends of St. Peter's Church, Pavenham, Pavenham, Bedfordshire (1993)

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From: Oxfam Bookshop Bedford - F3401 (Bedford, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: Friends of St. Peter's Church, Pavenham, Pavenham, Bedfordshire, 1993. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 108pp A very good copy of this history of the Bedfordshire village. Bright card cover, showing a few very small marks, and a little rubbing to the edges of the spine. Size: 25.4cm. Seller Inventory # 017702

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About this Item: 1910. Original Wraps. Condition: Good. No Jacket. The original auction particulars for The Pavenham Estate, Bedfordshire for 21st May 1910. 36 pages. Titled front cover with key plan and property outlined in red. Inside - particulars, plans, views and conditions of sale of the estate totalling 1200 acres. Two folding hand coloured plans. A black and white illustration titled 'View of Pavenham Bury Mansion, South Front'. Descriptions, Plan of Pavenham Bury Estate. Frayed covers. Some age spotting and minor tears. Size 44 x 28cm. Seller Inventory # 000044

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David James - Signed and Framed 1993: David James

David James

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From: Sulis Fine Art (Bradford-on-Avon, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: 1993. Condition: used. A delicate and calm watercolour street scene of the village of Pavenham in Bedfordshire, by the listed artist David James. The scene depicts thatched properties and an ecclesiastical building with figures, and the artist has employed minute brush strokes in order to portray building materials accurately. Well-presented in a card mount with dark wooden glazed frame. Signed to the lower left and inscribed 'Pavenham', as shown. Signed and dated and inscribed. On wove. Size: Large (30-60cm) Framed: Yes Style: Realism. Seller Inventory # kk134

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PAVENHAM, Bedfordshire. Linocuts. Six extremely rare, possibly: Mayes, Frank

Mayes, Frank

Published by The Willows Presse, Pavenham, Bedfordshire (1924)

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About this Item: The Willows Presse, Pavenham, Bedfordshire, 1924. No Binding. Condition: Fine. Limited Edition. Six original linocuts of Pavenham, handprinted by the Bedfordshire actor and artist Frank Mayes, working under the pseudonym Milray, at his home, Willow Cottage, using the imprint, 'The Willows Presse'. Each shows a street view of the village, and are hand-printed on beige paper. The prints are numbered 1 - 6, First Series, and all but one are signed in pencil, and dated 1929. Print sizes vary, but are approx. 15 x 10cm, 13 x 16cm, 13.5 x 11.5cm, 14.5 x 12cm, 12.5 x 17.5, 14 x 13cm. Each print has been recently remounted on cream card, with the original backing card retained (each bears a printed slip with an impression of the artist's house, and the wording "Handprynted by Milray at the Willows Presse, Pavenham, Bedfordshire" Underneath is a small panel with the wording "Pavenham Village 1st Series" and the handwritten number (1 to 6). Frank Mayes used the name Milray as an actor from the early 1920s and when signing his work as an artist. When he was not engaged as an actor on tour throughout the UK he lived in Pavenham, from 1923-1931, after which he and his family moved to the neighbouring village of Stevington until his death in 1936. The original portfolio which contained these prints is present, although in very poor condition. It bears the same imprint as the prints, but at the bottom is hand-written, "6 Mounted Proofs", suggesting that these were the very first printing of each linocut. The prints themselves are in fine condition, and are most attractively done. Signed by Illustrator. Seller Inventory # 005912

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