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The Post Chaise Companion or Traveller's Directory Through Ireland. Containing a New and Accurate Description of the Direct and Principal Crossroads with Particulars of the Noblemen and Gentlemen's Seats, cities, towns, parks, natural curiosities, antiquities 3rd Edition one page missing and fron...Read More
Leask Irish Castles and Castellated Houses. Dundalgan Press, 1973. Reprint. 8vo. pp170. Illustrated with black and white photographs, frontis. and numerous line drawings and plans. Maps on endpapers. Very good in bright scarlet cloth, title in gilt. Contents: What is a Castle? Its Defence and Par...Read More
The complete series of Judge Dee novels by Dutch diplomat, Robert van Gulik including four first edition hardbacks, one other hardback - all with dust jackets and the other eleven novels in paperback. Van Gulik was an orientalist, diplomat, musician (of the guqin), and writer, best known for the...Read More
Maxwells Life of Wellington London: Alfred H. Baily & Co., 1839. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Very Good. 3 volume set. London, A.H. Baily & Co., 1839-41. 3 v. fronts., illus., plates, ports., maps, plans. 23 cm. 8vo. Fully bound in contemporary green cloth. Gilt embossed covers. Tight binding and ...Read More
Leigh's new pocket road-book of Ireland, containing an account of all the direct and cross roads; together with a description of every remarkable place (1827) Rare first edition with all the relevant tables and plates €125
'Sean Tracey and the 3rd Tipperary Brigade' by Desmond Ryan. First Edition Second Impression. It is unusual to see it in hardcover as it had only a small limited run in that format before going into paperback. Unfortunately the dust jacket has not survived €75
Printed for C. Dilly in the Poultry, 1888. (2), vi, 368, 374, 34 pages. (Pages 267/268 are mispaginated as 367/368, but with no loss of text, sequence or sense.) 140x135mm. Full leather binding, spine ruled gilt, with label lettered gilt. Marbled endpapers. Text in English and French. ** The nava...Read More
First edition from 1919 of Pearse’s ‘Scribinni’. This is scarce but even more difficult to find with the original dust jacket. €95
- Alan FLovely friendly bookstore - have spent many a happy hour in here. From my point of view (academic historian) its strengths are Irish history and culture. Every time I go in I find something I have been looking for for years, or, even better, something I didn't even know I wanted!
- Aga TA very nice place for sweet treasure hunting without hurting your pocket. I love the variety of topics you can find books about and that they also have health and personal development. This time I picked a great little novel which I can't wait to read with a cup of aromatic tea.:-)
- Felix BIt's not actually the last book shop. There is another one on Grafton street. A great bookshop with a nice flair anyways!