Future Facsimile Books
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Thu Sep 20 07:36:11 BST 2007
--- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "Richard Offen"
<richard.offen at ...> wrote:
> --- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, Alan Ellis <alan_ellis@>
> > Hello David,
> > So I can't interest you in a copy of Dunkin's Church Bells of
> > Cornwall? :-)
> > I missed a copy of Shropshire a year or two back and I've never
> > heard or seen a Worcestershire! I'll have to add that to my
> > list. The trouble is that some of these are large and two
> expensive to
> > reprint, such as Staffordshire and Essex.
> > Best wishes
> > Alan
> Both Worcestershire and Shropshire were originally published in
> in the journals of the archaeological societies of those two
> and, as such, are not too difficult to get hold of, but the
> individual volumes vary considerably in price depending on who the
> book dealer is.
PS. I believe others are currently looking into the possibility of
producing a facsimile of Lynham's Staffordshire, so I wouldn't worry
about that one.
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