Yorkshire Archaeological Journal. 1879-1880. Volume VI.

Printed: 1881

Publisher: Bradbury Agnew. London

Dimensions 16 × 23 × 5 cm

Language: English

Size (cminches): 16 x 23 x 5

Condition: Very good  (See explanation of ratings)

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Green cloth binding with gilt title, banding and seal on the spine. Black line design with gilt roses and diamond Journal emblem on the front board.

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The Yorkshire Archaeological and Historical Society (YAHS), formerly known as the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, is a learned society and registered charity founded in 1863. It is dedicated to the study of the archaeology, history and people of the three Ridings of the historic county of Yorkshire. It publishes an annual journal, the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal; and, particularly through its Record Series, it also functions as a text publication society. Its headquarters are in Leeds.

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