NATIONAL TRUST: Antony House Cornwall: A Property of The National Trust

Antony House Cornwall: A Property of The National Trust, book cover
Antony House Cornwall: A Property of The National Trust. The National Trust, 1963. Unmarked text.Very Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#30018) $12.00

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Black and white plates. 30p. Antony House is an early 18th-century house that is in the ownership of the National Trust. This Grade I listed building is located in the county of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Its splendid collection of portraits, includes Charles I of England at his trial, some of Sir Joshua Reynolds’ works, and more.

Antony House Cornwall: A Property of The National Trust, title page

EDWARDS, SW: The Four Seasons (Journal of the Regional Parks Botanic Garden, Vol 11, No. 4, December 2002)

The Four Seasons (Journal of the Regional Parks Botanic Garden, Vol 11, No. 4, December 2002), book coverEdwards, Stephen W. (editor). The Four Seasons (Journal of the Regional Parks Botanic Garden, Vol 11, No. 4, December 2002). East Bay Regional Park District, 2002. Unmarked. Some age tanning. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#29998) $16.00

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Black and white plates. Maps and drawings. 63p.

Includes “A botanical exploration of the Tilden Park Area of San Pablo ridge, Contra Costa, CA” by S. W. Edwards and “Botanical Side Trips from the Oat Hill Mine Trail in Napa and Lake Counties” by Richard O’Donnell.