HOLYHEAD TO GREAT ORMES HEAD Compiled from Admiralty Surveys 1835-1893.
Sea chart size 26" x 37", three sections and inset map of Amlwch Harbour along the top, linen-backed and folding into plain cloth boards.
Corrections to Jan. 2nd 1931.
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheet XLII.
Scale 1" to 1 mile. Size approx. 25" x 36". Dissected and mounted on linen, folding into small 4to calf-covered boards, with gilt title 'South Wales. Hay, Brecon, Ebbw Vale... No. 1'.
¶ Covers Llanstephan, Abergavenny, Tredegar, Mynydd Eppynt.
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP
Sheet XLII N.W. Scale 1" to 1 mile. Quarter sheet. Laid down on thin card.
¶ Shows Brecon in S.E. corner, Llandulas etc.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Sheet XLI.
Sheet 1" to 1 mile. Size 24" x 36". Fully hand coloured. Key down left margin. Repaired tear in left margin, and some edge tears along left half of top edge, not reaching border. Right margin rather dusty. Geologically surveyed, coal measures by W.E. Logan, the rest by Sir H. de la Beche.
O.S. embossed stamp 1859.
¶ Covers Laugharne, Llandovery, Newcastle Emlyn.
FOUR INDENTURES Further charge on an agreement to mortgage the Lloyd Jack Estate in Llanvihangel Ystrad in Cardigan, Henry R.B. Touchet Davies late of Merwin Lodge, Ross, to James Bowker and F. Peake.
Each 3p., signed with small seal.
'HYMETTUS' WILL SERVE THIS SEASON Thorough-bred Mares, 6 Guineas; Half-bred Mares 3 Guineas; and 5 Shillings the Groom.
Printed handbill, small 8vo, on blue paper, setting out pedigree, with a description of horse, and list of wins. Owner was J. Rees, Berthlwyd, near Cardigan... together with a similar notice on pink paper for 'Dalnacardock', a bay horse foaled 1869, winner of the Yorkshire Handicap. Owner John Griffith, Llandugwydd. Traces of many folds. 2 items.
1866 and c1880.
PEOPLE'S HALL Playbill 'Denis Emons presents his Grand Xmas Pantomime Babes in the Wood...' in ten Glorious Scenes... Comedy Galore...
Card, size 12" x 8", printed in bright red, blue, yellow and green, with holes at top for hanging, picture of Babes with rabbits, signed W. Hemmings. Card slightly darkened at edges.
POSTER advertising auction sale at Lampeter of Farms called Blaenwaun and Gelligaer, Corn Grist Mill at Pentrefelin etc., 9th July 1915.
Size 28" x 19", folded.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Sheet XXXVII.
Scale 1" to 1 mile. Engraved surface approx. 25" x 37", hand coloured. Key in sea area. Geologically Surveyed by W.E. Logan & Sir Henry de la Beche.
¶ Covers the Gower, Swansea, Aberafon, Neath.
CATALOGUE OF SALE OF THE VALUABLE CONTENTS of Horsley Hall, Gresford, Denbighshire, comprising fine old English and French Furniture, China, Silver, Glass... for sale 9th - 17th April, 1934.
122 pages, 4to, original wraps, rubbed and faded, old repair with tape to spine. 11 full-pages photographic plates, some showing views across complete rooms.
¶ The house was sold for demolition in 1934, and finally demolished 1963. The gardens remain. Pieces include wood ornamentation in the style of Grinling Gibbons, Hepplewhite chairs, old Venetian gondola lamps, etc. Some prices entered in pencil.
FEOFFMENT of an Allotment of Common Land in Llanarmon in Yale, Edward Jones, Farmer, Edward Davies, Shoemaker, and others to John Davies, Miner, all of Llanarmon.
Vellum, size 21" x 27". 4 wax seals.
¶ Refers to land at Oyfnant, number 12 on the Inclosure map. Gives details of lands adjoining.
PHOTOGRAPH Grand Pump, Llandrindod Wells.
Hudson's Series. Albumen print, size 8" x 11«", unmounted, showing musicians playing in the bandstand, buildings in the background, a few people seated on benches in foreground, with a lady in a bath-chair pulled by a donkey, tall pine trees. Small crease at bottom left corner. Title in plate in white.
TWO REAL PHOTO POSTCARDS of large groups of about 70 people posing outside the Ormes Cliffe Hotel.
Each with the name 'Ormes-Cliffe' and the date 17.8.14, and 5.7.15 in the plate.
¶ In the later group there are many young women, neatly dressed in white blouses.
AUCTION POSTER. Valuable Oak, Ash and other Timber to be Sold by Auction by Mr Thomas Payne, At the Cross-Foxes Inn, Mallwyd, on Tuesday the Fourteenth Day of February, 1826....
Size approx. 18" x 11", folds. Some wear along approx. 1 inch at central horizontal fold, with slight loss of paper.
Dolgelley: printed for J. Pugh. 1826.
¶ Lists 7 lots of the timber and farms concerned in the Parish of Mallwyd. The Timber was fourteen miles from Derwen-las and equal distance from the Barmouth River 'at either of which places the Timber or Bark may be Shipped'.
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ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Covering Bala, Oswestry, Llandiloes, Bishops Castle.
Scale 1" to 1 mile. Size 37" x 38", dissected and mounted on linen, folding into tall 8vo cloth endpapers, cloth spotty. Railway hand-coloured in red. Border all round.
Engraved at the Ordnance Office... 1836.
Mount Alyn, Rossett, Denbighshire
CATALOGUE OF SALE at Home Farm, March 29th, 1887 comprising Young Dairy Cows & Heifers, Fresh Barrens, Fat Cows, Yearling Heifers, Flock of Grand Shropshire Down & Leicester Ewes... Agricultural Implements...
10pp, 8vo. Traces of having been folded twice.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Sheet XXXVIII.
Sheet 1" to 1 mile. Size 24" x 36". Fully hand coloured. Key in sea area. Two small repaired marginal tears, some feint spotting near right margin. About two thirds of map is sea area. Geologically surveyd by Sir H. De la Beche.
¶ Covers Milford Haven, Skokholm Island, Saundersfoot.
PROSPECTUS of Rhos-on-Sea School.
12pp, 8vo. Wraps with school badge.
ENGLISH BAPTIST CHURCH SUSSEX STREET Treasurer's Book, 1913.
72 pages of accounts in 4to notebook, half calf, rubbed.
ADMINISTRATION de bonis non with will annexed of Edward Lloyd William, late of Penylan.
Two small vellum sheets, attached papered seal of the Chancellor of St. Asaph.
St. Davids, Milford Haven
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Sheets 192, 209.
Scale 1" to 1 mile. Size 36" x 19", dissected and mounted on linen, folding into 4to cloth wraps, Stanford label. Brown stain at two points in top margin, and at central fold, and part of right margin.
RAILWAY & STATION MAP of England & Wales in 24 Sheets. Sheet 7 covering Anglesey, Caernarvon, Merioneth.
Scale 3 miles = 1in. Size 20" x 20", dissected and mounted on linen, printed label with key map darkened. Shows railways and stations in red. Dotted lines presumably proposed lines. Some grubby marks in corners.
EMPIRE THEATRE Frank Fortescue's Spectacular Comic Pantomime Mother Goose.
Printed in bright red, blue and yellow, on card size 12" x 8«", holes at top for hanging, picture of Mother Goose riding a goose, with broomstick, list of cast.
LETTER from Tresilian(?) Williams to Egerton Grey.
Says 'this little story has no Welsh colour about it - try again, that is, try your hand at a short story dealing with Welsh life and character.' Roath Park, Cardiff, June 6 1910... together with... another rejection letter to the same writer 'I cannot find room for the enclosed in the next number of 'The Nationalist'. The other little poem has been sent on to the printers'. Each 1p., 8vo.
ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP
Sheet 60 N.E. Size 12" x 19", border all round, folded. Trimmed to border. 1" split at fold at edge.
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