Copper Mountain

John Rowlands


Stone Science, Anglesey, 2002 reprint of the 1981 revision of the original published by the Anglesey Antiquarian Society in 1966, A5, soft back, 200 pages. Provides an extremely detailed account of the Mona Mine that produced the copper used by the Parys Mine Company for their tokens which heralded their use to make easier payment of wages to the new workers spawned by the Industrial Revolution. Full of useful facts, figures and illustrations but definitely not a catalogue.

Dimensions 210x150mm. £10.00

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