the Celtic countries: Scotland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany

the Celtic countries: Scotland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany

Real-life British mystery writer Josephine Tey returns as a fictional sleuth in Angel with Two Faces—the second atmospheric mystery in Nicola Upson’s wonderfully inventive series. In this riveting sequel to Expert in Murder, Tey, in league with intrepid policeman Detective Inspector Archie Penrose, is called upon to help unravel a dark and perplexing crime at a Cornwall country house and backstage at a local theater. Cote: PR 6121 P76A5 2009 ANG

Real-life British mystery writer Josephine Tey returns as a fictional sleuth in Angel with Two Faces—the second atmospheric mystery in Nicola Upson’s wonderfully inventive series. In this riveting sequel to Expert in Murder, Tey, in league with intrepid policeman Detective Inspector Archie Penrose, is called upon to help unravel a dark and perplexing crime at a Cornwall country house and backstage at a local theater. Cote: PR 6121 P76A5 2009 ANG

Take a look at the brooch the Australian Monarchist League gifted Camilla Parker Bowles The Duchess Of Cornwall in celebration of her birthday as well as her first visit to Australia. We at Australian Opal Cutters are very proud to have been a part of the design and creation of this wonderful gift.

Take a look at the brooch the Australian Monarchist League gifted Camilla Parker Bowles The Duchess Of Cornwall in celebration of her birthday as well as her first visit to Australia. We at Australian Opal Cutters are very proud to have been a part of the design and creation of this wonderful gift.

CELTIC LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP (1904) | 'In 1904 Cornwall was granted membership of the Celtic League as it had successfully proven the existence of a living Celtic language. A telegram was sent to Henry Jenner in acknowledgement of this feat of Cornwall taking its "proper place in the midst of the Celtic people". In February 2017, the telegram was found in the Kresen Kernow archive.' (pic. Dasserghi Kernow)     ✫ღ⊰n

CELTIC LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP (1904) | 'In 1904 Cornwall was granted membership of the Celtic League as it had successfully proven the existence of a living Celtic language. A telegram was sent to Henry Jenner in acknowledgement of this feat of Cornwall taking its "proper place in the midst of the Celtic people". In February 2017, the telegram was found in the Kresen Kernow archive.' (pic. Dasserghi Kernow) ✫ღ⊰n

The duchess of Cornwall attends the garden party for the 100th anniversary of Woman's League. JUNE 2 2015

The duchess of Cornwall attends the garden party for the 100th anniversary of Woman's League. JUNE 2 2015

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