The life of a maverick Welsh collector who improved the first major library of records about Wales is being celebrated 200 times after his delivery.
Enoch Salisbury formed a collect of over 18,000 records about Welsh culture, politics, geography and beyond.
The Flintshire bibliophile’s work is now searched after by Cardiff University, who are welcoming parties to take a closer look.
The wide-ranging collection features journals in both English and Welsh.
Highlights include a uncommon portion of black Welsh history, a less than feelings phrasebook for English travellers in Wales and the scribbles of a noted Welsh forger and cultural pioneer.