Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket. Near fine in like jacket with both showing just a trace of wear. 144 pages generosuly illustrated in both black & white and color. Nice copy of this look at the area will delight both history buffs and travellers alike.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Book A real nice 152 page first edition hardcover Has small gift inscription first blank end page. rest of book id clean and unmarked with clean white pages. From dust jacket flap: Berkshire came into existence more than a thousand years ago. At that time a buffer zone, fought over by the Saxon kingdoms of Mercia and Wessex, it had taken on the shape it was to retain until 1974. Through the local government re-organisation of that year it lost its heartland, the Vale of the White Horse, but gained the southern tip of Buckinghamshire. It was important to London due to its proximity and its corridor of routes to the west. By the Middle Ages the Bath Road was one of England's five great highways and Berkshire's main transport route. Has both color and black & white photos.
Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. Hardcover. Spine end wear to Book, light scratches & dings to DJ, Price clipped. Overall, a clean and tight copy to add to a collection or read and enjoy. Phillimore & Co., 1995. Near Fine Book in Near Fine Dust Jacket. Dust Jacket protected with a new archival cover. Bubble wrapped and shipped promptly in a box.
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