Blarney Annual of Fact and Fancy 1952 (Blarney Castle, Ireland)
The Blarney Annual of Fact and Fancy. (Volume 4) Woodlands Press, Blarney, Cork, Ireland, 1952.
Blarney Castle, Ireland
The Blarney Castle is known around the world for it’s famous Blarney stone, a stone that you kiss to at the top of the castle to get the gift of the gab. But, the castle has so much more than just the stone to offer. It is knee-deep in history and rich in culture, certainly a place you must visit in Ireland.
The castle was built almost 600 years ago in the small village of Blarney in County Cork, and since then millions of people from all over the world have come to visit it. It is one of Ireland’s most loved and treasured landmarks. It is said that once you kiss the stone at the top of the tower you will never be lost for words again.
Nice solid binding with clean pages and tiny gutter tear at rear end paper staple. Ninety-one pages plus many ads. Illustrated. 8-1/2 x 5-1/2 with ninety-one pages and several ad pages. Scarce!