4 edition of The clay tobacco-pipe in Britain, with special reference to Essex and East Anglia found in the catalog.
The clay tobacco-pipe in Britain, with special reference to Essex and East Anglia
Laurence S. Harley
|Statement||by Laurence S. Harley.|
|Series||Essex Field Club special memoirs ;, v. 8|
|LC Classifications||TS2235.G7 H37 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p.,  leaves of plates,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||77354591|
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Harley, L S The clay Tobacco Pipe in Britain with special Reference to Essex and East Anglia Essex Field Club Special Memoirs VIII, 40pp. Hartley, M and Ingilby, J Life and Traditions in West Yorkshire, J M Dent, London. Hasted, E. For ease of reference, the series of British Archaeological Reports volumes edited by P J Davey, The archaeology of the clay tobacco pipe, has been abbreviated to ACTP followed by the series number and the BAR volume number.
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Index No.: The Essex Field Club printed his special memoir The clay tobacco-pipe in Britain with special reference to Essex and East Anglia which reached a second edition in Laurence’s work on the internal diameters of clay-pipe stems earned him fellowship of the Society of Antiquaries.
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London Clay Pipe Studies. The dating and typology of clay pipes bearing the royal arms, in The archaeology of the clay tobacco pipe III. Britain: the north and west (ed P J Davey) Le Cheminant, R, c Clay tobacco pipes from London and the south east, in The archaeology of the clay tobacco pipe VI.
About this Item: Oxford, England: Archaeopress, Publishers of British Archaeological Reports, Soft cover. Condition: New. VIII, pages, ill. ; 30 cm. The latest volume in the BAR series The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe is the first to be devoted entirely to the history and products of a single firm.
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Crossing London from west to east, at each end of its central core the line will divide into two branches: in the west to Reading and to stations at Heathrow Airport; in the east to Abbey Wood and to Maya section of one Opened: December Paddington to .Merseyside Clay Tobacco Pipes, c D. A. Higgins Introduction This paper briefly outlines the introduction of tobacco to Britain and the spread of smoking, before looking at the pipes made and used in and around Merseyside from about The first part provides a context in which to set the Merseyside evidence.