Series: Pitkin Pride of Britain

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Borough of Warwick (Pride of Brit. S) by Philip Styles
Buckingham Palace by Olwen Hedley
Carlisle Cathedral by Robert T. Holtby
Charles Dickens (Pitkin Biographical) by Michael St. John Parker
Chester Cathedral (Pitkin Guides) by Stephen S. Smalley
Chichester Cathedral by Robert T. Holtby
Chichester: The historic city & countryside (Pride of Britain books) by Bernard Price
City of Bath by Reginald W.M. Wright
City of Salisbury by Michael St. John Parker
Coventry Cathedral by H. C. N. Williams
Dunster Castle - An Illustrated Survey of the Historic Somerset Home of the Luttrell Family (English Life Publications) by Charles H. Wood
Durham Cathedral by C. J. Stranks
Ely Cathedral by Michael Higgins
Exeter Cathedral by Michael Woodcock
Exeter Cathedral by Marcus Knight
Fountains Abbey and Fountains Hall (Pride of Britain) by Charles H Moody
Glamis Castle by Mary Frances Elphinstone
Henry VIII King and Court (Royalty) by David Loades
The Household Brigade by Pitkin
The Houses of Parliament (Pitkin Guides) by Maurice Bond
King Henry VIII (Pitkin Biographical Guides) by Angela Royston
Lichfield Cathedral by John E W Wallis
The Lichfield Gospels by Douglas Brown
Mary Queen of Scots (Pitkin Biographical Guides) by Angela Royston
Oxford: The City and the University by Michael Watts
Peterborough Cathedral (Pitkin Guides) by John Higham
The Pictorial Guide To The Tower Of London The Crown Jewels In Colour by Former Resident Governor
The pictorial history of Bath Abbey: The abbey church of St. Peter and St. Paul (Pride of Britain series) by Reginald W.M. Wright
The Pictorial History of Brighton & the Royal Pavilion by Clifford Musgrave
The Pictorial History of Ely Cathedral by C. P. Hankey
The pictorial history of Hampton Court Palace by Marguerite D. Peacocke
The Pictorial History of Lincoln Cathedral : Otherwise Called Lincoln Minster by D. C. Dunlop
The pictorial history of Worcester Cathedral, (Pitkin pride of Britain books) by R. L. P. Milburn
The pictorial story of Shakespeare & Stratford-upon-Avon (Pride of Britain series) by J. C. Trewin
Queen Mary's Dolls' House by Clifford Musgrave
Richard III by G. W. O. Woodward
Ripon Cathedral by W.E. Wilkinson
Salisbury Cathedral by A.F. Smethurst
Salisbury Cathedral by David Durston
The Six Wives of Henry VIII (Pitkin Biographical Guides) by Angela Royston
St. Edmundsbury Cathedral by John Waddington
St. Mary Magdalene: Sandringham Church and the Grounds of Sandringham House (Pitkin Pride of Britain books) by Patrick Ashton
Tewkesbury Abbey by Brian Purefoy
Tewkesbury Abbey (Cathedrals & Churches) by Arnold Porter
Tower of London by Sir Thomas Butler
Wells Cathedral by F P Harton
Wilton House, Salisbury (Pride of Britain S.) by Earl of Pembroke
Winchester Cathedral by Norman Sykes
Windsor Castle by Sir Robin Mackworth-Young
Windsor Castle by B. J. W. Hill
York (The Pitkin City Guides) by Angela Royston

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