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Get all three of these classic books for £50*. This is a massive saving of £22 off the usual selling price! Members get a further 25% OFF. Use voucher code Member25 at checkout. Membership will be verified on purchase. Purchases from non-members utilising code will be automatically cancelled and refunded.
The bundle includes:
Buildings of County Antrim by C.E.B Brett, 1996, 306pp, Hard Back
The first in the series, this book “deals with all the grandest houses in the county, it deals also with a great many middling and small houses… Castles, churches, chapels, bridges, lighthouses and monuments are all represented. Each entry cites historical or literary references to the building described.” Each entry is accompanied by a photograph. As with all the books in this series, it is wonderfully entertaining and told in Brett’s unique voice.
Buildings of County Armagh by C.E.B Brett, 1999, 288pp, Hard Back
“…the book deals with all the surviving grand houses of the county, and also with those who lived in them. Dolmens, raths, mansions, cottages, cathedrals, gospel halls and monuments are all described. There is an intriguing mixture of architectural history, archaeology, local history, gossip, description and comment.”
Buildings of North County Down by C.E.B Brett, 2002, 290pp, Hard Back
In this book, like the others in the series, all the surviving grand houses of the county are covered, as well as the people who lived in them. Alongside these, this book covers “Antiquities, mansions, cottages, churches, public buildings, follies and memorials”.
Together, and individually, these books are of immense use in research in both architectural and family history, and are a pleasure to read. They are a must for anyone interested in the history and architecture of these counties.
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