A study of English pottery from earliest times up to the beginning of industrialisation. HB with d/j. 150 pp. including 17 b/w pl. and line drawings. 15 x 22cm. David & Charles: North Pomfret (VT), USA (1975). Book is very good. D/j is good with creasing / browning top edge only & is price-clipped.
Post-Medieval Archaeology Volume 38 Part 2
H. Blake et al.
“...The Journal of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology 2004”. Includes ceramic beer-pump handles from Sheffield, J. Rowe clay tobacco pipes - kiln & wasters, etc. PB, v + 218 pp. including 16 b/w pl. 17.5 x 24.5 cm. Maney Publishing: Leeds (2004). Very slight rubbing, creases & dents on covers.
Arretine and Samian Pottery
A small but useful guide. PB. 31 pp. plus 2 colour pl. plus 16 pp. of b/w pl. 14 x 21.5cm. The British Museum: London (1971). Very good with minor marking / creases.
Approaches to Archaeological Ceramics
Carla M. Sinopoli
ISBN: 0 306 43575 6
A standard reference work for students of archaeology. PB, xiii + 237 pp. inc. 23 b/w pl. and lots of line drawings. 15 x 22.5cm. Plenum Press: New York (1991). Pen name + address on fep. & repeated on blank p.82 also name on p.126. Minor edge wear.
Transactions of the London & Middlesex
ISBN: 0 903290 32 4
"...Archaeological Society Vol. 37 1986". Journal. includes Fulham salt-glazed stoneware bottles from Cock Alehouse at Temple Bar. etc. PB. x + 227 pp. (inc. 3 x 3 pp. fold outs), inc. lots of drawings & 72 b/w pl. London & Middlesex Archaeological Society (1986). Excellent, with minor rub on lower sp.