Publications and Prints for Sale
Please visit our new website at: www.newa.wales
In April 2020, Flintshire Record Office merged with Denbighshire Archives. North East Wales Archives, or NEWA for short, represents a new joint service for the counties of Denbighshire and Flintshire. We now have a new joint website, and this web-page will soon become obsolete.
The Record Office Sales Catalogue (pdf.doc 11.4MB opens in new window) contains images and price lists of most of the items for sale.
Printed Maps for Sale
An opportunity to purchase scanned copies of four original maps, which are contained within the Record Office map collection, for sale either individually or as a set. The collection includes two North Wales maps, dated 1704 & 1776; and two maps of Flintshire, dated 1607 & 1797 (References AN 4887 & PM/5/3).Maps are produced unframed, on A4 white card and make ideal gifts. They can be viewed on our Flickr page.
Individual maps cost £6 or the set of 4 can be purchased for £20 (saving £4)
If you are interested in purchasing any or all of the maps, please contact the Record Office either by calling personally if you are local or telephoning to order – if we post them to you, a small postage fee will charged.
Flintshire Record Office, The Old Rectory, Hawarden, CH5 3NR, Tel. 01244 532364
Flintshire Record Office has a range of publications, prints, posters, black and white postcards and colour postcards for sale. The Record Office also offer a range of high quality copies of original prints which are held in our collections. These can be posted rolled in a tube or flat packed and mounted ready for you to frame.
A selection of our publications and prints are for sale in the shop at Clwyd Theatr Cymru.
There are various methods of payment available.
If you would like to view the items in the Record Office before you buy, please visit us during Opening Hours.
Guide to the Parish Registers of Clwyd - £7.95
Handlist of Topographical Prints - £4.95
Handlist of Grosvenor (Halkyn) MSS - £6.95
Handlist of Denbighshire Quarter Session Records - £12.95
Industry in Clwyd - £4.95
Mr Gladstone & Hawarden - £2.95
Clwyd at War 1939-45 £4.95 SOLD OUT
Daniel Owen & His World - £6.99
Llangollen Directory - £1.00
Historic Denbigh - £2.95
Mold - a Town and its Past - £2.95
Hawarden - Village Trail £0.40 SOLD OUT
Hawarden Institute - £1.00
Flintshire in Old Photographs - £9.99
Mold in Old Photographs - £9.99
Buckley in Old Photographs £9.99 SOLD OUT
Ruthin Gaol - £1.95
Mold Riots - £4.99
The Tithe War - £1.95
Rhyfel y Degwm - £1.95
Daniel Owen Teaching Unit - £1.95
Parish Registers of Wales - £6.95
Greenfield Valley - £2.95
Old Parish Map - £1
The North West View of Caergwrle Castle - S & N Buck Print 1742 - £5
The New Railway Extension into Wrexham - Jubilee Station - 1887 -£5
Street Plan of Wrexham by John Wood - 1833 - £5
West View Valle Crucis Abbey - S & N Buck Print 1742 - £5
The South West View of Rhuddlan Castle - S & N Buck Print 1742 - £5
The South East View of Dinas Bran Castle, Llangollen - S & Buck Print 1742 - £5
The South East View of Flint Castle - S & N Buck Print 1742 - £5
Street Plan of Rhyl - 1861 (folded or flat) - £5
Denbigh Castle by J Boydell 1750 - £5
East view of Rhyl Promenade - Day & Son - £5
The North East View of Denbigh Abby - S & N Buck Print 1742 - £5
The North West View of Basingwerk Abbey, Greenfield - £5
S & N Buck Print 1742 - £5
The South West View of Ruthin Castle - S & N Buck Print 1742 - £5
The South East View of the Church & Palace of St Asaph -
S & N Buck Print 1742 - £5
View of Mold High Street from the Cross by Pring & Price - £5
Map of Flintshire by John Speed - 1611 - £5
View of Hawarden Castle & Park by T Badeslade & W H Toms - 1740 - £5
Print of St Giles Church, Wrexham - £5
25" OS Map of Ruthin - 1st Edition - 1874 - £5
25" OS Map of Flint (small) - 1st Edition - 1870 - £5
Posters £2 each
Advert for Liverpool & Mostyn Packet on Steam Packet \'Hercules\'
Advert for Coal from the Coleshill Colliery Co at Holywell & Greenfield - 1823
Advert by the Holywell Association for Rewards offered for the Prosecution of Felons - 1853
Public Notice - Pigs Straying in Denbigh - 1846
Ruthin County Gaol -Prisoner Rules
Ruthin County Gaol - Prisoner Diets
Black & White Postcards - all 50p
High Street Mold
Pensarn Beach, Abergele
First Car in Cerrigydrudion
Motor Train - Prestatyn/Cwm Railway
Strawberry Fields, Holt
The Square, Ruthin
Glyn Valley Tramway
Market Street, Abergele
Llangollen Railway Station
High Street, Denbigh
Mr Gladstone in his Study
Servants at Hawarden Castle
Wrexham Fire Engine
City Shaft, Minera
Coal Train, Minera
Beam Engine, Cathole
Mr Glastone, Tree Felling
Colour Postcards - all 50p
Copper Works at Greenfield Valley
Brass Mills at Greenfield Valley
Works at Greenfield Valley
Point of Ayr Lighthouse
Rhyl, c. 1860
Rhyl looking East
Henry VIII Charter
Wrexham Lager Adverstisement
Jane Porter 1862
St Asaph Cathedral
High Quality Copies of Prints held in our Archive
Images of all the prints for sale can now be found online on our Flickr site, www.flickr.com/photos/81944984@N02
3 sizes available - A5 (£5), A4 (£15) & A3 (£20). A5 & A4 can be printed onto glossy photographic paper or white card but A3 can only be printed onto glossy photographic paper.
Bangor upon Dee - soft ground etching by J.G.Wood. Published in The Principal Rivers of Wales by J.G.Wood 1813 (PR/607)
Basingwerk Abbey, Flintshire - line engraving by H. Jorden after H. Gastineau. Published in Wales Illustrated, 1830. (PR/618)
The Lighthouse at Point of Ayr, Flintshire - aquatint by William Daniell. Published by Messrs Longman & Co., London, 1st July 1815. Also in W. Daniell, A Voyage Round Great Britain, 1815. (PR/839)
Mold High Street, from the Cross - lithograph. Published by Pring & Price, Mold. (Mold Parish Magazine), 1874. (PR/798)
South East View of Flint Castle - line engraving [after Buck]. Published in England Display'd, 1769. (PR/699)
St Asaph's Cathedral, S.E. View - line engraving by H.S. Storer. Published by Sherwood, Neely & Jones, 1st January 1818. (PR/961)
St Winifred's Well - line engraving by W. Wallis after H. Gastineau. Published in \'Wales Illustrated\', 1830. (PR/987)
Northop Church - line engraving by S Lacey after H Gastineau. Published by Jones & Co. Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square, London 1831 (PR/825)
Overton Church - line engraving by W Radclyffe after H Gastineau. Published in Wales Illustrated 1830 (PR/831)
Colour Map of Flintshire & Denbighshire by Joannes Blaeu (in French) showing boundaries, woods, rivers, parks, hills and Offa's Dyke - size A4 (PM/4/5)
Flint Castle - line engraving by James H Kernot after J M W Turner, published by Longman & Co., Paternoster Row. Printed by McQueen, 1836. Also appears in JMW Turner, Picturesque Views in England & Wales, 1832-8 (PR/696)
Methods of Payment & Delivery
Credit/debit cards: We are able to accept credit/debit card payments over the telephone only. Please telephone the searchroom on + 44 (0)1244 532364 to make a card payment.
UK orders only: payment can be made by cash or cheque/postal order. Cheques/postal orders should be made payable to Flintshire County Council.
Overseas orders only: payment can be made in pounds sterling by International Money Order or cheques drawn from a British bank account. These should be made payable to Flintshire County Council.
Postage & Packaging charges will be added and will depend upon your individual requirements.
Although most orders will be despatched within a week, in some circumstances delivery time may be longer so please allow up to 28 days.