- Current issue
- Back issues
- Back issue sets
- Descent second-hand
Descent (10), January 1970
Collector's copy: price includes postage and takes condition and scarcity into account. See Description tab for details of condition and the Notes tab for general information about second-hand copies of Descent.
Prices include delivery
Descent (10), January 1970
Wookey Hole: Now the Years of Effort Pay Off
James Cobbett reports on how after 35 years of diving in Wookey Hole, there is finally a breakthrough to Wookey 20.
Safety and Efficiency with Brake-Blocks
Many accidents occur as a result of poor lifelining, says Dave Everett.
Could 1937 Explorers have found Dan-yr-Ogof II?
Alan Coase reports on the discovery of an alternative route to DYO II, complete with explorers’ initials from times long gone.
Pengelly Plea for NCA Probe into Caving
The William Pengelly CST has asked for a thorough investigation into the state of caving in Britain.
St Cuthbert’s: How the Breakthrough Was Made
Dave Irwin covers the background to digging, damming and pushing the St Cuthbert’s Swallet sump.
Devon Divers Unlock Prid’s Lake Secret
Divers in Pridhamsleigh Cavern have found a continuation.
Cavers. What Makes Them Tick?
Bob Leakey takes a trip into the unknown with a discussion on why we do what we do.
Plans for Derbyshire Cave Registry
Moves are being made to establish a cave registry in Derbyshire, following in the footsteps of those covering Mendip, Wales and Gloucestershire.
Cover: Caver in an entrance. Artwork: Tony Payne
- Card cover
- Small format: 16cm x 20cm approx.
- New or used:
- Descent: second-hand
- 36 inc. cover
- Publication date:
- January 1970
- Detailed condition:
- Very good. Corners not bent, pages clean with (uncommonly) no inscriptions). Very slight foxing at edges, more on spine. Staples rusty as is nearly always the case, but not materially affecting the paper.
- One copy available. Price includes UK postage. Please contact us direct for other destinations
- Stock no:
Second-hand copies of Descent
With such a wealth of information contained in the pages of Descent, out-of-print editions have become much sought after. To help collectors and researchers, where possible second-hand copies are available to supplement the back issues in stock.
Availability of these varies a great deal. Some early and a few later editions are very scarce. Prices vary widely, according both to scarcity and condition – to a collector, creases or a stamped imprint would affect an issue's desirability, while clubs may only wish to have a 'reading copy' to place in the library. In short, expect prices higher than those for back issues – especially for copies in good condition – although sometimes a second-hand copy may be damaged and thus be cheaper than a back issue.
Contents lists of the main articles may be found by looking at individual issues.
Please note that second-hand stocks can and do change rapidly. Different copies of the same issue may be available at differing prices, depending on condition, so use a search to uncover any others. Also note that not all the second-hand stock of Descent is online: if you are looking for a copy in a different conditions, or one that is not online, please contact us to enquire.
If stock is available for all post destinations, selecting any set of options will allow you to place your order immediately.
If stock is limited, for example with a single copy of a second-hand book, it will be assigned to UK stock. If you require posting to an address outside the UK, selecting your options may not allow an order to be placed, even though stock is available. If this is the case, please contact us to enable the options you require.
Descent (2), February 1969 SECOND-HAND Collector's copy: price includes postage and takes condition and scarcity into account. See Description tab for details of condition and the Notes tab for general information about second-hand copies of Descent.Depending on your post destination, this copy may show as unavailable. Please contact us in this case, so...