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THE NON-FERROUS MINES OF THE SOUTH WALES AREA (second hand copy)

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THE NON-FERROUS MINES OF THE SOUTH WALES AREA
(British Mining No. 18)

by J. R. Foster-Smith

(second hand copy in good condition)

This is an essential gazetteer for anyone interested in the old lead, zinc and copper mines of South Wales.

Published by the Northern Mine Research Society, this was the final volume of their “Non-Ferrous Mines of Wales” series. It is the result of exhaustive research into mining sites in the old counties of Brecknock, Carmarthen, Pembroke, Glamorgan and Monmouth.  


Illustrated with black and white illustrations and two pages of black and white photographs. Published by the Northern Mine Research Society. 1981. Softback. 54 pages. Good condition.

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Size: 29 x 21 centimetres (A4)
Weight:  175 grams

PRICE: £8.00
THE NON-FERROUS MINES OF THE SOUTH WALES AREA  (second hand copy)