William Copeland Borlase: Nænia Cornubiæ: A Descriptive Essay, Illustrative of the Sepulchres and Funereal Customs of the Early Inhabitants of the County of Cornwall (1872)


Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer. J.R. Netherton. Hardcover. 1st ed.

Condition: Collectible – Acceptable. Original brown and gilt cloth boards worn. Back board coming loose. Inside front marked “AM ApSimon 21st September 1959” and With Care label marked “Moyle Keverne.” Inside back marked in AM ApSimon’s hand “J.R. King from M Austin, Bodmin, August 18th 1876, The Shrubberies, Porthleven. Moyle. St Keverne”. ISBN: none. Box Arch11

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From the library of the archaeologist Arthur ApSimon (1927-2019). Reminiscences and obituaries in Salon (Society of Antiquaries), Mike Pitts’ Digging Deeper, Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelæological Society, Cornish Archaeology (paywall).

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A watercolour of Stonehenge by the young Arthur ApSimon.