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  • Historical and Hysterical - Tales of Pontardulais Public Houses

    Historical and Hysterical - Tales of Pontardulais Public Houses

    Written by locals about locals, this is a history of Pontardulais public houses with modern day anecdotes.

    £6.50

  • Cambrian Country - Welsh Emblems

    Cambrian Country - Welsh Emblems

    An entertaining illustrated gazetteer portraying seventy Welsh emblems and other representational objects attributed to Wales and the Welsh, reflecting various aspects of the heritage and culture of the country and its inhabitants.

    £5.75

  • Celtic High Crosses of Wales

    Celtic High Crosses of Wales

    A comprehensive survey of all the Celtic crosses and decorated fragments in Wales, together with a study of the religious and cultural background, icongraphy, design and sculpture.

    £5.75

  • Welsh Country Cooking

    Welsh Country Cooking

    A selection of traditional Welsh recipes together with brief historical background details. Black-and-white illustrations. A new edition of book first published in January 1993.

    £4.50

  • Rumours and Oddities from North Wales

    Rumours and Oddities from North Wales

    Winged Snakes, Dragons, Monsters, Witches and Giants are but a few of the strange creatures which inhabit northern Wales.

    £3.95

  • Welsh Wit and Humour

    Welsh Wit and Humour

    A volume of Welsh wit and humour, arranged in chapters: pulpit humour of earlier days, the humour of the eight-inch nails, the humour of the Revd Stephen Jenkins, the humour of John Jones, Welsh miners' humour, linguistic oddities, rugby humour, homely humour and choir humour.

    £4.75

  • Welsh Ghostly Encounters

    Welsh Ghostly Encounters

    A revised and updated collection of ancient stories of the supernatural, together with some accounts of recent ghostly encounters in Wales.

    £5.50

  • Epic Tudor Journey, An - John Lelands' Itinerary of Northern Wales

    Epic Tudor Journey, An - John Lelands

    John Leland's itinerary of northern Wales. Leland, King Henry VIII's Antiquary, made his journey across northern Wales - without maps - in one of the summers between 1536-39.

    £6.50

  • A History of the Red Dragon (Welsh Heritage Series:4)

    A History of the Red Dragon (Welsh Heritage Series:4)

    A highly informative and well-researched book looking at the origin and history of the national emblem of Wales.

    £3.50

  • Land of My Fathers

    Land of My Fathers

    The complex history of our national anthem and its composers, Evan James and his son, James James.

    £6.00 Ar Sêl! | On Sale!

    Prīs Gwreiddiol | R.R.P.: £9.99