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The White Mill Sandwich; Its History and Workings

[The White Mill Folk Museum, Sandwich]


(Book #ID 83027)

Published by The White Mill Folk Museum, Sandwich.

Publisher's original stapled orange card wrap covers [softback]. Oblong 6'' x 8''. Contains 12 printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations. In Very Good condition, no dust wrapper as published. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Richborough Port

Butler, John


(Book #ID 93207)

Published by Richard Perry, 2 The Ramparts, Sandwich First Edition 1993. 1993.

First edition in publisher's original illustrated card wrap covers [soft back]. Landscape 8'' x 11''. Contains 20 printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout. In Very Good clean condition, no dust wrapper as issued. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Antiquitates Rutupinae et Antiquitates S. Edmundi Burgi [Antiquities of Richborough and Antiquities of Bury St. Edmonds]

Battely, Joanne [S. T. P. Archidiacono Cantuariensi Opus posthumum] Joannes Battely / John Battely [John Battely (also spelt 'Batteley') (1646 - 1708) was an English antiquary and clergyman, Archdeacon of Canterbury 1688 - 1708. He was the author of two antiquarian works published after his death: Antiquitates Rutupinae (Antiquities of Richborough) and Antiquitates S. Edmundi Burgi ad Annum MCCLXXII Perductae (Antiquities of Bury St. Edmunds to 1272). John Battely was the brother of Nicholas Battely, who edited William Somner's Cantuaria sacra, the first account of the antiquities of Canterbury.


(Book #ID 93250)

Published by Oxoniae, E. Theatro Sheldoniano Second Edition 1745. 1745.

Second edition hard back binding in full leather, raised bands to the spine, gilt title and author lettering label between the bands. Quarto. 10'' x 8''. Large paper edition which contains [xvi] 138 [iv]; [vi] 164 printed pages of Latin text with 4 fold-out maps, 4 fold-out plates, 1 double page plate, 7 single page plates, and 4 vignettes. Bookplate to the front paste, the joints are starting, rubbing to the corners, foxing to the paste downs and half-title leaf, beyond which the text block is in Very Good clean condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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£195.00

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Sandwich Bay Bird Observatory Annual Report 2012

Features by Ian Hodgson [Sandwich Bay Bird Observatory Trust]


(Book #ID 97306)

Published by Sandwich Bay Bird Observatory Trust, Old Downs Farm, Guilford Road, Sandwich Bay, Sandwich First Edition 2013. 2013.

First edition in publisher's original colour illustrated card wrap covers [soft back]. 8vo. 8'' x 6''. Contains 148 printed pages of text with monochrome and colour photographs throughout, one colour map. In Fine condition, no dust wrapper as issued. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Sandwich Bay Bird Observatory Annual Report 2011

Features by Ian Hodgson [Sandwich Bay Bird Observatory Trust]


(Book #ID 97305)

Published by Sandwich Bay Bird Observatory Trust, Old Downs Farm, Guilford Road, Sandwich Bay, Sandwich First Edition 2012. 2012.

First edition in publisher's original colour illustrated card wrap covers [soft back]. 8vo. 8'' x 6''. Contains 245 printed pages of text with monochrome and colour photographs throughout, one colour map. In Fine condition, no dust wrapper as issued. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Old Sandwich

Arnold, Julian and Andrew Aubertin


(Book #ID 95961)

Published by Meresborough Books, 7 Station Road, Rainham, Kent First Edition 1983. 1983.

First edition in publisher's original illustrated card wrap covers [soft back]. Folio 12'' x 8''. Contains 48 pages of text with archive monochrome photographs throughout. Spine and edges sun faded, contents in Fine condition, no dust wrapper as issued. Member of the P.B.F.A. ISBN 0905270673

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Antiquitates Rutupinae et Antiquitates S. Edmundi Burgi [Antiquities of Richborough and Antiquities of Bury St. Edmonds]

Battely, Joanne [S. T. P. Archidiacono Cantuariensi Opus posthumum] Joannes Battely / John Battely [John Battely (also spelt 'Batteley') (1646 - 1708) was an English antiquary and clergyman, Archdeacon of Canterbury 1688 - 1708. He was the author of two antiquarian works published after his death: Antiquitates Rutupinae (Antiquities of Richborough) and Antiquitates S. Edmundi Burgi ad Annum MCCLXXII Perductae (Antiquities of Bury St. Edmunds to 1272). John Battely was the brother of Nicholas Battely, who edited William Somner's Cantuaria sacra, the first account of the antiquities of Canterbury.


(Book #ID 50055)

Published by Oxoniae, E. Theatro Sheldoniano Second Edition 1745. 1745.

Hard back binding in half leather, marble paper covered boards, gilt title and author lettering label to the spine. Quarto. 10'' x 8''. Large paper edition which contains [xvi] 138 [iv]; [vi] 164 printed pages of text with 4 fold-out maps, 4 fold-out plates, 1 double page plate, 7 single page plates, and 4 vignettes. Old amoral bookplate to the front paste down, modern bookplate to the front free end paper, a little rubbing to the spine and corners, without any ownership markings, the paper is in particularly clean, fresh and Fine condition without any marks or stains, superb interior condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Antiquitates Rutupinae [Antiquities of Richborough]

Battely, Joanne [S. T. P. Archidiacono Cantuariensi Opus posthumum] Joannes Battely / John Battely [John Battely (also spelt 'Batteley') (1646 - 1708) was an English antiquary and clergyman, Archdeacon of Canterbury 1688 - 1708. He was the author of two antiquarian works published after his death: Antiquitates Rutupinae ('Antiquities of Richborough') and Antiquitates S. Edmundi Burgi ad Annum MCCLXXII Perductae ('Antiquities of St. Edmundsbury to 1272'). John Battely was the brother of Nicholas Battely, who edited William Somner's Cantuaria sacra, the first account of the antiquities of Canterbury.


(Book #ID 50054)

Published by Oxoniae, E. Theatro Sheldoniano First Edition 1711. 1711.

Full leather volume in original boards, neatly re-backed with raised bands and one title label to the spine, original end papers and paste downs. 8vo. 9'' x 6''. Contains [viii] 92 + index printed pages of Latin text with four fold-out plates to the rear and three vignettes. One of the plates is a folding map showing the Isle of Tanatis [Thanet] separated by the River Wantsumu [Wantsum]. Age toning to the edges of the end papers and paste downs, modern bookplate to the front paste down. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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£450.00

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Sandwich Guildhall 1579-1979 [New Series No. 1]

[Sandwich Local History Society]


(Book #ID 89584)

Published by Marinart Ltd., for Sandwich Local History Society, Sandwich, Kent First Edition July 1979. 1979.

First edition in publisher's original illustrated card wrap covers [softback]. 8vo. 8'' x 6''. Contains 47 printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations. In near Fine condition, no dust wrapper as issued. Member of the P.B.F.A. ISBN 0904478386

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A Medical History of Sandwich: New Series No. 5



(Book #ID 28688)

Published by Marinart Ltd., for Sandwich Local History Society 1980. 1980.

Publisher's original stapled card covers. 8vo 8'' x 5'' 44 pp ISBN 0904478475. Monochrome illustrations throughout. In Fine condition, no dust wrapper as published. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Sandwich Borough and Cinque Port | The Ancient Town and Port of Sandwich | Sandwich and Neighbourhood | Official Guide



(Book #ID 92906)

Published by Sandwich Corporation circa 1950. 1950.

Publisher's original stapled card wrap covers [softback]. 8vo. 7'' x 5''. Contains 44 printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout, map to the rear. In near Fine condition, no dust wrapper as issued. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Antiquitates Rutupinae et Antiquitates S. Edmundi Burgi [Antiquities of Richborough and Antiquities of Bury St. Edmonds]

Battely, Joanne [S. T. P. Archidiacono Cantuariensi Opus posthumum] Joannes Battely / John Battely [John Battely (also spelt 'Batteley') (1646 - 1708) was an English antiquary and clergyman, Archdeacon of Canterbury 1688 - 1708. He was the author of two antiquarian works published after his death: Antiquitates Rutupinae (Antiquities of Richborough) and Antiquitates S. Edmundi Burgi ad Annum MCCLXXII Perductae (Antiquities of Bury St. Edmunds to 1272). John Battely was the brother of Nicholas Battely, who edited William Somner's Cantuaria sacra, the first account of the antiquities of Canterbury.


(Book #ID 93249)

Published by Oxoniae, E. Theatro Sheldoniano Second Edition 1745. 1745.

Second edition hard back binding in full leather, raised bands to the spine, high lights and centre tools, gilt title and author lettering label between the bands. Quarto. 10'' x 8''. Large paper edition which contains [xvi] 138 [iv]; [vi] 164 printed pages of Latin text with 4 fold-out maps, 4 fold-out plates, 1 double page plate, 7 single page plates, and 4 vignettes. Bookplate to the front paste down, a little rubbing to the spine and corners, the joints are sound and in Very Good clean condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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£225.00

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Liber Estriae; or, Memorials of the Royal Ville and Parish of Eastry in the County of Kent

Shaw, William Francis [Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, Vicar of Eastry]


(Book #ID 50045)

Published by John Russell Smith, 36 Soho Square, London First Edition 1870. London 1870.

First edition hard back binding in publisher's original green pebble cloth covers, gilt title and author lettering to the spine, pale lemon end papers. 4to 11'' x 9''. Contains [viii] [vi] 244 printed pages of text with 14 monochrome illustrations throughout. 1 of 75 copies with list of subscribers to the front. Foxing to the end papers, a little bumping and rubbing to the spine ends and corners, without any ownership markings and in Very Good sound condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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£550.00

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St. Clement's Church, Sandwich, Kent Colour Postcard



(Book #ID 40685)

Post Office Dated 1922. 1922.

5'' x 3'' used colour post card. Post Office mark and date, stamp, address and personal message to the reverse. In Very Good condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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Old Sandwich

Arnold, Julian and Andrew Aubertin


(Book #ID 95900)

Published by Meresborough Books, 7 Station Road, Rainham, Kent First Edition 1983. 1983.

First edition in publisher's original illustrated card wrap covers [soft back]. Folio 12'' x 8''. Contains 48 pages of text with archive monochrome photographs throughout. In Fine condition, no dust wrapper as issued. Member of the P.B.F.A. ISBN 0905270673

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