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Below is a list of my stock of old secondhand and antiquarian books on St Vincent for sale. 

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BARCLAYS BANK The British Caribbean
BARCLAYS BANK The British Caribbean
BARCLAYS BANK The British Caribbean

Barclays Bank (1960 (circa))
105pp. Fine in spiral ring binding.
Economic overview of the islands with fine colour and B & W photo plates
£24.00


HOUSE OF COMMONS Appendix to the reports.
HOUSE OF COMMONS Appendix to the reports.

H.M.S.O. (1814 (circa))
1st ed., clean in modern boards with cloth spine.
Eye-witness testimony from customs officers in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Barbados, St Lucia, St Vincent, Dominica and Martinique. Very detailed. Includes John Prescod Williams, collector of customs at Hole Town, Barbados and Charles Kydd Bishop in Speights-town.
£60.00


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PROUD Edward B. and CHIN ALEONG Joe The Postal History of St Lucia and St Vincent. (Postal History of British Colonies) Proud Publications Ltd 2006 472pp. 1st ed., fine in D/W.
45

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ANON Native family, St Vincent. Old original photograph, circa 1880. Minor faults. 5 x 4"
24

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VERBEKE LOYS & CO The War Memorial. Kingstown St Vincent. Old St Vincent postcard, used in 1933 to Canada. Joe Chin Aleong, Picture Postcards of St Vincent (VER B 14)
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1831 'ST VINCENT AUG 21 1831' large fleuron without final 'S' on EL to William Fitzhugh in London, rated 2/2d and with London cds on reverse. Fine. Contains 3pp Monthly Report for Richmond Vale estate with details of repairs to buildings, 'Tradesmen putting up the negro houses which were blown down and destroyed during the hurricane of the 11th instant.' Also details of several negroes who had died in the hurricane.
175

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