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Heraldic manuscripts,

  • GB 0210 MSCLARK
  • Fonds
  • [1690s].

Six contemporaneous volumes, [1690s], of pedigrees and armorials of royal and noble families of mainland Europe, written in the same hand.
These include French, Burgundian, Hungarian and Dutch heraldry and genealogies. A whole volume (15057B) is devoted to the de Croy family who may have commissioned the work.


Map of the Principal Camps,

A printed map of mainland Europe, dated 30 June 1944, produced by the Red Cross & St John War Organisation, showing the locations of the principal prisoner of war camps holding British and Commonwealth soldiers. The map was owned by Emrys W. Evans’s mother at Caernarfon. Evans has later traced in ink the route of his journey through Germany, from his capture near Hamburg on 17 August 1943, through the interrogation centre for airmen at Dulagluft, to his final destination at Stalag IVB near the river Elbe.

Octavius Morgan's photograph album

A photograph album containing photographs of The Friars, interior views of its rooms, and of items from Octavius Morgan's collections, including clocks (16-17 cent.), official gilt keys of the chamberlains of the emperors of Germany (Charles VI, Francis I, Joseph II, Leopold II and Francis II), Russia (Paul and Alexander I) and Austria (Ferdinand I) and of the kings and other royals of Britain, Denmark, Prussia, Spain (Charles III-IIII), Portugal, Poland, Sweden, the electors of Cologne, Mayence, Treves, Saxony, Baden and the Palatinate, the prince-bishops of Bamberg and Wurtzburg, the electors and kings of Bavaria, the dukes and kings of Wurtemberg, and Ferdinand III of Austria and grand duke of Tuscany (all prob. 18-19 cent.), and other unknown official keys, a collection of papal and other large rings of the 15 cent., including rings of popes John XXII, Martin V, Eugenius IV, Nicholas V, Callixtus III, Pius II, Paul II and Innocent VIII, and cardinals Gabriel Condolmerio, Franciscus Della Rovere, Battista Zeno and Ascanius Sforza Visconti. The volume also contains loose photographs of Tredegar House and a funeral monument to Maria Margarita Morgan (d. 1808, aged 39).

Ted Spanswick Papers,

  • Fonds
  • 1957-1994 /

Political correspondence and papers of Ted Spanswick, 1957-1994, relating in particular to Plaid Cymru, the EEC and the anti-Common Market campaign. Further papers not yet catalogued.

Spanswick, Ted

Unidentified journal

The file consists of a single article entitled 'The Kites of Europe' [Latin term Milvus], published in an unidentified foreign wildlife journal.