A MAP OF MONMOUTHSHIRE from the best Authorities.
Engraved map hand-coloured in outline, coloured border. Size 18" x 16", scale 2 miles to an inch. Two folds, repaired tear reaching 1" into map at fold at left edge.
Published by J. Stockdale, 1805.
Hoyle (Walter), Painter
SHELL GUIDE TO MONMOUTHSHIRE Poster, lithograph and letterpress printing, glossy surface.
Illustration showing Sugar Loaf Mountain, Skirrid Fawr, Welsh farmhouse, White Castle etc., description and map with key below. Overall size 29" x 20", metal hanger top and bottom.
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RELEASE IN FEE of two tenements with smith's forge adjoining in St. Marys Street, in the occupation of Edward Cowmeadow, Gunsmith, John Jones of Lanarth to John Bulbrick of Wonastow. Rather dusty on outside.
Vellum, size 23" x 29", 4 armorial wax seals.
Monmouth, River Wye
FIVE PHOTOGRAPHIC POSTCARDS all but unused. c1915.
Comprises: The Grammar School & Wye Bridge, Monmouth; Redbrook on Wye; The Double View from Tiddenham Craggs; On the Monnow; Symonds Yat. The Symonds Yat card has a postmark of 1915. Five items.
MONMOUTH By Robt. Morden.
Engraved map, size 14" x 16", plus margins. Fully hand-coloured. Cartouche with title, three scale bars. Some feint discolouration bottom right corner, and in blank area on left. In cream card mount, map pasted to card backing.
Sold by Abel Swale Awnsham and John Churchil. n.d. c1700.
¶ From Camden's Britannia.
TINTERN ABBEY West Window.
Lithograph. Drawn from nature by G. Rowe. Size of engraving 8" x 6«", on India paper, wide margins, overall size 9" x 11"... with.... TINTERN ABBEY West Front. Lithograph, on thick paper, size of engraving 7" x 6", plus wide margins. 2 items.
Salmon (J) Publisher
THE WYE VALLEY From Original Water Colour Paintings by A.R. Quinton.
Seven views, printed on one side of leaf only, plus one view on front wrap. Oblong 8vo, stiff card wraps. The silk tie has partly perished leaving the plates loose in the wraps. Views printed on glossy paper with attractive grey borders.
¶ Includes Tintern, Ross, Symonds Yat.
SCHEDULE OF TITLE DEEDS relating to a freehold estate called Birch Hill in the parish of Skenfrith the property of William Fortune Powell, in mortgage to Chandos Hoskyns.
3p., folio, neatly written manuscript detailing deeds from 1763 - 1840. Signed by solicitors saying they have received the deeds from Hoskyns.
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