Unknown Norfolk: Being a series of unmethodical Explorations of the County illustrated in line and colour by the Author
Topics: Norwich, inland seas, the battle of South Walsham Broad, Peddar's Way, the lost river, Nelson's County. Inscription is by Edmund Ironside (1880-1959), senior officer of the British Army who served as chief of the Imperial General Staff during the first year of World War II. In his retirement years he lived in Morely Old Hall, Norfolk.
- Publisher: John Lane The Bodley Head
- Edition: n/a
- Date Published: 1925
- Place Published: London
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Fair
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
xiii, 207 p. 23 cm. 20 colour plates and 135 line drawings. Red cloth with blank and gold impressing. Corners bumped. Spine faded with tears at ends, some spots. Stains to boards. Hinges cracking internally. Front free endpaper inscription: "Gnr Hubert Hall Newfoundland Regt. R.A. as a memory of East Anglia from Edward Ironside Field-Marshal, August 18th, 1940." Foxing. Colour plates of Horsey Mere and the cliffs of Hunstanton detached, the latter being chipped and torn at edges. Ink marks in illustration list.