The Trade Signs of Essex: A Popular Account of the Origin and Meanings of the Public House & Other Signs Now or Formerly Found in the County of Essex

By: Christy, Miller

Price: $15.00

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Book Condition: Good-


Hardcover, Good- (G-) Edmund Durrant, Chelmsford England and Griffith, Farran, Okeden and Welsh, London, 1887, 184 pages plus 4 pages of publisher’s ads, index, profusely illustrated in b&w, 5.75”x 8.75”, hardcover, red cloth with black titles and decoration, spine is darkened and spine is missing pieces with the top piece taking a big chunk of the title, corners are bumped and worn, tears along spine edges and one across bottom of spine, covers are very lightly soiled and scuffed, front hinge is cracked but holding, first and last few blank pages lightly foxed, index pages 179 & 183 have brief ink notes in margin which are additions to the index, otherwise contents clean and tight, book good- (G-) 83 [Nss116RM]

Title: The Trade Signs of Essex: A Popular Account of the Origin and Meanings of the Public House & Other Signs Now or Formerly Found in the County of Essex

Author Name: Christy, Miller

Categories: History, Advertising, Britain,

Publisher: Edmund Durrant, Chelmsford England and Griffith, Farran, Okeden and Welsh, London: 1887

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good-

Size: 5.75”x 8.75”

Seller ID: CL000083

Keywords: Signs, English Tavern & Trade Signs, Essex, Britain, Pubs, Antiques, England, British, History, Europe, England, Signage, Logo, Logos, Advertising, Sign, Pub, Historic