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Bangor Probate Records vol 1
Nia Henson, 1980.  Oblong 4to, xvi+196pp inc 2 indexes, contents are in alphabetical order by surname. Vol 1 (all pub) covers the period before 1700.  M copy (ref 7676)  *8.50

Royal Oak Hotel, Bettws-y-Coed
Single sheet (approx 5"x8") of notepaper, attractive lithograph view of hotel, worn round edges, 2 old folds.  (ref 408/157)  *2.00

Plan of Freehold Building Sites, being a Portion of the Rhos-on-Sea Estate, Colwyn Bay
Very large (approx 67"x44") multifolding plan on paper, undated but early 20th century, showing the 38 various lots available for development. Coloured in wash on a printed background.  Small number of minor holes where folds cross.   [Rhos-on-Sea appears to straddle the Denbighshire/Caernarvonshire border]  (ref 3292)  *33.00

Calendar of the Caernarvonshire Quarter Sessions Records vol 1 - 1541-1558
Caernarvonshire Historical Society, 1956. Large 8vo, 109pp preface etc followed by 385pp inc index, 4 plates.  Very nice clean copy, VG in VG d/w. (ref 2852) 25.00

Another Copy
This one ex-Glamorgan Record Office Library, their stamp in lower corner of title-page.  A decent copy in a quite ragged d/w.  (ref 252/157)  20.00

County Politics and Electioneering 1558-1625
Emyr Gwynne Jones, nd but perhaps 1930s offprint stapled into buff card covers.  Pp37-46, G.  (ref 252/121)  *2.50

Another copy without card covers is available (ref 252/122) at *2.00

Caernarvonshire Vol 1:  East
The Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire, 1956.  Large heavy 4to, 78+215pp inc index followed by hundreds of photo ills on 100 plates.  This is the first of the three Caernarvonshire vols, providing an illustrated record of the ancient buildings and earlier remains of the eastern third of the county.  It includes a full account of the castle, walls and other monuments of Conway, described as 'perhaps the finest surviving example in Britain of a fortified town'.  Elsewhere on the internet is a rather worn ex-library copy without a d/w at 80.  For the same price you could buy our very nice clean copy (AND ours is post-free), easily VG but in a d/w badly affected by silverfish - the book itself is unaffected, though.  (ref 1176)  80.00