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WHEELER, LORNA: HAWKINS, BRIAN: MCCARTHY, KEITH: DAVIES, CHRIS: FELLOWS, NICHOLAS: WILLIAMS, SUE: LUFFMAN, LEN: BARON, CHARLES & GILBERT, REG
Sweat, Sweaters & Soireés in the Central Sahara. A Report of the Frome Grammar School Expedition SIGNED COPY
Frome, Privately Printed. 1974, First and Only Edition. Laminated Boards, Lge 4to. Hardback, 210mm x 300mm tall (8.25" x 12" approx. 596pp in all, printed on variously coloured paper stocks, with many b/w illustrations, graphs and maps. Very good, in the colour-printed map-covered laminated boards. SIGNED by nine of the co-Authors, and with a handwritten presentation inscription, signed by the Editor, Reg Gilbert, to one of the Expedition members, presumably Chris Davies whose copy this appears to have been [his name being printed at the head of the front board. Very Good/N/A. Signed By Expedition Members.
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Book number: 003487
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Keywords: Sahara Desert Africa African Travel Exploration Education Geology Map Maps Mapping Navigation Scientifice Instrument Instruments Weather Climate Meteorology Astro Vegetation Natural History BBC Film Filming Graham Hill Topography Geology and Mining

 
FELLOWS, CHARLES
The Menu Maker Sugestions for Selecting and Arranging Menus for Hotels and Restaurants
The Hotel Monthly Press nd c 1920s. Hardback orange cloth, black lettered. pp.186. Slight residue of some label removal to end papers a little pen underlinning to prelims. Photos. Good copy -not a reprinted item (g1c3).
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Book number: 20636
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 FELLOWS, CHARLES (1799-1860):, A Narrative of an Ascent to the Summit of Mont Blanc (made by Charles Fellows and William Hawes).
FELLOWS, CHARLES (1799-1860):
A Narrative of an Ascent to the Summit of Mont Blanc (made by Charles Fellows and William Hawes).
London, Printed by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars, MDCCCXXVII (for the Author), 1827, in-4to, (page size 29.5 x 23 cm,), 1 leaf (blank) + 1 leaf (title-page with lithogr. view of the Mont-Blanc taken from the 'Lake Leman' (Printed by C. Hullmandel) + 1 fac-simile 'certificate of the ascension') + VIII (half-title - dedication - introduction - explanation) + 35 p. (+ 1 with printer's name) + added paper slip 'Directions for placing the plates' + 11 lithographic plates, some scattered spotting, mainly to margins, mounted on the last white leaf at the end are 2 large papercuttings relating a.o. the first landing on the Dôme du Goûtier by the Swiss pilot Mr. Durafour, he performed a thrilling landing on the summit-ridge of Mont Blanc (1921), contemp. blind-panelled and gilt-dec. green morocco by W. Dearden, Nottingham (with his ticket), slightly rubbed at extremities, minor surface damage to rear cover.
¶ First edition. Illustrated with a title-page vignette, Fac-simile of the certificate & 11 lithographic plates as follows: Mont Blanc from Servoz / Mont Blanc from the Breven / Mont Blanc from the Col de Balme / Passing the rocs / Frequent appearance of the ice / Arriving at the Grand Mulet / Ascending a cliff / Difficult pass of a crevice / Comparative heights / Descending the steep snows / Descending a cliff. 150 copies printed for private circulation. This was the 18th ascent of Mont Blanc. Fellows and his companion, William Hawes, adopted a variation of the customary route, i.e. via the Mur de Cote (for the first time). (Neate). The number of copies printed were reviewed by Meckley in 1995 and by Stuart Legatt in 2006 who came to a result of appr. 150 copies printed of which about 30 coloured. A limited reimpression was published in 1988 in 100 copies (60 coloured). Charles Fellows était un jeune archéologue anglais de 28 ans lorsqu'il effectua, en compagnie de son compatriote Benjamin Hawes, la 18ème ascension du Mont-Blanc en 1827 et la première empruntant le passage du 'Corridor', dont ce livre est le récit. Très rare et magnifique ouvrage, très recherché. Sans doute la plus estimée des relations des premières ascensions du Mont-Blanc. (Perret). Dans une magnifique reliure en maroquin vert d'époque, richement ornée. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Neate F18 (stating: 'this was the fourteenth ascent of Mont Blanc'; Perret 1605 (rectifiing Neate by stating 'this was the eighteenth ascent & the first from the 'Passage du Corridor'); Perret, Regard sur les Alpes. Notice 48 page 145; Meckly 071 (+ Appendix: stating 17 or 18 coloured copies are to be known (in 1995).
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Book number: 106775
CHF 11500.00 [Appr.: EURO 9927.5 US$ 11864.23 | £UK 8791 | JP¥ 1328655]
Keywords: alpinism, mountaineering alpinisme France France, Frankreich
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FELLOWS, CHARLES
A Narrative of an Ascent to the Summit of Mont Blanc
First Thus. Hard Cover. 4to, Jarvis reprint 1988 of 1827 text. No 22 of 100 copies. 4to, 35p, colour plates. Fine copy in original glassine dustwrapper. Neate F18.
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Book number: 001563
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 FELLOWS, CHARLES:, A Narrative of an Ascent to the Summit of Mont-Blanc.  On title: (Nil mortalibus ardum est. / Coelum ipsum petimus stultitiâ. / Horace Lib 1. Ode 3).
FELLOWS, CHARLES:
A Narrative of an Ascent to the Summit of Mont-Blanc. On title: (Nil mortalibus ardum est. / Coelum ipsum petimus stultitiâ. / Horace Lib 1. Ode 3).
London, Printed by Thomas Davison. Whitefriars, MDCCCXXVII (for the author), 1827, in-4to, VIII (halftitle - titlepage with coloured lihogr. vignette 'view of the Mont-Blanc taken from the 'Lake Leman' (Printed by C. Hullmandel)), verso blank + dedication + introduction + description of the Montblanc plate from The Brevan) + 35 p. printed on heavy stock (+1 p. with printer's name) + original 'fac-simile plate 'certificate of the ascension' by 'guides de Chamonix... 1827') + 11 coloured plates' + added paper slip 'Directions for placing the plates', engraved armorial ex libris 'Marcus de Lavis-Trafford' with devise 'Gripe-Grippin-Hold Fast' + Captain Helot John Eliot + hw. initials ' GHM ' or ' GHW '. + a 'small Booksellers ticket 'William Hutt. Dealer in Rare and Curious books', full leather binding, gilt frame on covers, small black titlepiece on spine. Edges gilt. Housed in a modern cloth box, morocco title-ticket on spine.
¶ Première édition, tirage privé d'environ 150 exemplaires dont seulement une trentaine mis en couleurs. Elle est illustrée d'une vignette de titre coloriée, de onze planches hors texte lithographiées par Hullmandel d'après les dessins de l'auteur et coloriées à la main et d'un fac-similé hors texte. Somptueusement illustré, en coloris d'époque, ce chef-d'oeuvre est d'une rareté légendaire. Charles Fellows était un jeune archéologue anglais de 28 ans, lorsqu'il effectua, en compagnie de son compatriote Benjamin Hawes, la 18e ascension du Mont-Blanc en 1827 et la première empruntant le passage du 'Corridor', dont ce livre est le récit. Très rare et magnifique ouvrage, très recherché. Sans doute la plus estimée des relations des premières ascensions du Mont-Blanc. (Perret). Des bibliothèques de Captain Helot John Eliot et Marcus de Lavis-Trafford, avec ex-libris. Initiales portées à l'encre ' GHM ' ou ' GHW '. Reliure robuste en chagrin noir, rousseurs légères, un peu plus marquées en début de volume. Nombreux feuillets blancs rajoutés au début de l'ouvrage. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Perret, 1605 - Regards sur les Alpes, 48 page 145.; Meckly, 071; Neate, F18. Stuart Legatt (in 'Among the mountains', catalogue de la librairie Sotheran, Londres, 2006).
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Book number: 116861
CHF 25000.00 [Appr.: EURO 21581.5 US$ 25791.8 | £UK 19110.75 | JP¥ 2888380]
Keywords: Alps alpes France France, Frankreich alpinism, mountaineering alpinisme
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FELLOWS, SIR CHARLES.
Travels and Researches in Asia Minor, More Particularly in the Province of Lycia.
London: John Murray, 1852. 8vo., pp.xvi,510,(i)publisher’s advert, uncut, publisher’s pictorial green textured cloth, gilt, 6 folding plates and 2 folding maps (one of which as frontispiece), in-text illustrations; light marking to cloth, light wear to extremities, neat repair at head of spine, a very good copy.
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Book number: 31350
GBP 325.00 [Appr.: EURO 367.25 US$ 438.62 | JP¥ 49121]
Catalogue: TRAVEL
Keywords: TRAVEL

 
RHODES, J. A. / BONFIELD, CHARLES - ODD-FELLOWS
Chapters And Ceremonies In Connection With The Ancient Order of Odd-Fellows ( Leeds Unity ) .
Leeds [ Yorkshire ]: Compiled by P.G.M. J. A. Rhodes and G.S. Charles Bonfield, 1911 . 0. 8vo. 8.75" x 5.75" . pp.72 . A very good original green cloth binding. Front board with large gilt crest to centre. Edges lightly rubbed and one small ink spot to lower outside corner of the front board. Clear English text in red & black. Pages very clean, except for a few light blemishes from previous use. A well preserved copy of a scarce book.
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Book number: 35954
GBP 58.00 [Appr.: EURO 65.5 US$ 78.28 | JP¥ 8766]
Catalogue: Masonic
Keywords: 36331 P.G. M.J. A. Rhodes G.S. Charles Bonfield Chapters and Ceremonies in Connection with the Ancient Order of Odd-Fellows ( Leeds Unity ) Masonic

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