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  • Seller image for Ansichtskarte / Postkarte Pavenham Bedfordshire England, Retreat for sale by akpool GmbH

    Seller: akpool GmbH, Berlin, Germany
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    Condition: guter Zustand. Zustand, siehe Scan, ungelaufen - ca 14 cm X 9 cm.

  • Listing Template 2018 Home About Us View Feedback Contact Us c1830 Antique Engraving CELT HATCHET OF FLINT PAVENHAM BOG BEDFORDSHIRE (B27)Click image to enlargeDescriptionc1830A largeoriginal antique engraving titledA CELT, or Hatchet of Flint stone found in,BEDFORDSHIRE.Dug out of a bog called Miller's Bog at PAVENHAMPROVENANCETaken from Collections Historical; Genealogical and Topographical for Bedfordshire with engravings from the original drawings by Thomas Fisher F.S.A published by J B Nichols and son, Cornhill.Overall size including margins approx 24cm x 33cm. Condition very fine.Thomas Fisher (1772-1836) was born inRochester, Kent, the younger of the two sons of Thomas Fisher, printer, bookseller, and alderman of Rochester.In 1786 Fisher entered the India House as an extra clerk; in April 1816 he was appointed searcher of records. He retired on a pension in June 1834, after having spent in different offices under the company altogether forty-six years. He died unmarried on 20 July 1836, in his sixty-fifth year, at his lodgings in Church Street,Stoke Newington, and was buried on the 26th inBunhill Fields. From the time of his coming to London he had resided at Gloucester Terrace, Hoxton, in the parish of Shoreditch.Before he left Rochester Fisher's work as a draughtsman attracted the attention ofIsaac Taylorthe engraver. He was also eminent as an antiquary. Fisher was in 1821 elected F.S.A. of Perth, and on 5 May 1836 F.S.A. of London, an honour from which he had been hitherto debarred, as a dissenter.Shipping View Our Categories Decorative Prints World Wide Maps Scotland Maps Architecture Design England Maps Royalty About UsWe specialise in selling all items that can be considered to be Antique Paper. * PRINTS * MAPS * HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS * POSTAL HISTORY * BOOKS * POSTERS * STAMPS * POSTCARDS * EPHEMERA And anything else that is considered Antique and made of Paper. ALL OF OUR ITEMS ARE ORIGINAL ANTIQUES - NOT MODERN COPIES. We are also very keen buyers of anything similar and especially after better collections, original archives, whole libraries and better single items and have and#163;250,000 in cash funds at anyone time to buy the right items. Contact UsIf you have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact us through the eBay messaging system. Feedback We will always help you to have a 100% positive happy buying experience. Contact us if you are unhappy about any aspect of your purchase from us. We only want five star feedback from you so buy with confidence.

  • Listing Template 2018 Home About Us View Feedback Contact Us c1830 Antique Engraving CELT HATCHET OF FLINT PAVENHAM BOG BEDFORDSHIRE (B27)Click image to enlargeDescriptionc1830A largeoriginal antique engraving titledA CELT, or Hatchet of Flint stone found in,BEDFORDSHIRE.Dug out of a bog called Miller's Bog at PAVENHAMPROVENANCETaken from Collections Historical; Genealogical and Topographical for Bedfordshire with engravings from the original drawings by Thomas Fisher F.S.A published by J B Nichols and son, Cornhill.Overall size including margins approx 24cm x 33cm. Condition very fine.Thomas Fisher (1772-1836) was born inRochester, Kent, the younger of the two sons of Thomas Fisher, printer, bookseller, and alderman of Rochester.In 1786 Fisher entered the India House as an extra clerk; in April 1816 he was appointed searcher of records. He retired on a pension in June 1834, after having spent in different offices under the company altogether forty-six years. He died unmarried on 20 July 1836, in his sixty-fifth year, at his lodgings in Church Street,Stoke Newington, and was buried on the 26th inBunhill Fields. From the time of his coming to London he had resided at Gloucester Terrace, Hoxton, in the parish of Shoreditch.Before he left Rochester Fisher's work as a draughtsman attracted the attention ofIsaac Taylorthe engraver. He was also eminent as an antiquary. Fisher was in 1821 elected F.S.A. of Perth, and on 5 May 1836 F.S.A. of London, an honour from which he had been hitherto debarred, as a dissenter.Shipping View Our Categories Decorative Prints World Wide Maps Scotland Maps Architecture Design England Maps Royalty About UsWe specialise in selling all items that can be considered to be Antique Paper. * PRINTS * MAPS * HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS * POSTAL HISTORY * BOOKS * POSTERS * STAMPS * POSTCARDS * EPHEMERA And anything else that is considered Antique and made of Paper. ALL OF OUR ITEMS ARE ORIGINAL ANTIQUES - NOT MODERN COPIES. We are also very keen buyers of anything similar and especially after better collections, original archives, whole libraries and better single items and have and#163;250,000 in cash funds at anyone time to buy the right items. Contact UsIf you have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact us through the eBay messaging system. Feedback We will always help you to have a 100% positive happy buying experience. Contact us if you are unhappy about any aspect of your purchase from us. We only want five star feedback from you so buy with confidence.

  • Seller image for PAVENHAM The Lifestory of a Village for sale by Old Hall Bookshop, ABA ILAB PBFA BA

    Marchbank [Rachel]

    Published by The Friends of St Peter's Church, Pavenham, 1993

    Seller: Old Hall Bookshop, ABA ILAB PBFA BA, Brackley, United Kingdom
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    Illustrated card Covers. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 108pp, illustrated with black & white images, pages clean and crisp, illustrated thich card covers with fold-in flaps, binding quite tight. Size: 10 x 7 Inches. Local History.

  • EMMISON, F G (Editor)

    Published by COUNTY RECORD OFFICE, Bedford, 1934

    Seller: K Books Ltd ABA ILAB, York, YORKS, United Kingdom
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    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. By Editor.

  • Seller image for Pavenham; The Lifestory of a Village for sale by Homeward Bound Books

    Marchbank, Rachel

    Published by The Friends of St. Peter's Church, Pavenham, U.K., 1993

    Seller: Homeward Bound Books, Campbellcroft, ON, Canada
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    Softcover. Condition: Very Good. 108 p. 25 cm. Sound and square binding in cardstock covers with French flaps. Lightly knocked to upper fore-corners. Slight edge wear. Inside pages are clean and unmarked. A history of a village in Bedfordshire, England. Illustrated with black and white photographs and maps. Laid in is a page and a half typewritten recollection of time spent in Pavenham as a boy, by a man named "Hugh" whose father was Lord Luke of Pavenham.

  • Rachel Marchbank

    Published by The Friends of St Peters Church Pavenham, 1993

    Seller: Buybyebooks, Honiton, United Kingdom
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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Various (illustrator). 1st Edition. Private publication signed 'Rachel' presentation inscription to inside front cover. All in as new condition without any further marks or wear.

  • Seller image for PAVENHAM, Bedfordshire. Linocuts. Six extremely rare, possibly unique original linocuts of the village of Pavenham in Bedfordshire by Milray for sale by Andrew Johnson Books

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    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.