Illustrations of the passes of the Alps, by which Italy communicates with France, Switzerland, and Germany (Book, 1828) [WorldCat.org]
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Illustrations of the passes of the Alps, by which Italy communicates with France, Switzerland, and Germany

Author: William Brockedon
Publisher: London, Printed for the author, 1828-29.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Authors' presentation copies (Provenance)
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Brockedon, William, 1787-1854.
Illustrations of the passes of the Alps.
London, Printed for the author, 1828-29
(OCoLC)647086663
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: William Brockedon
OCLC Number: 213537427
Notes: "The work, containing 109 engrvings, was issued in twelve parts, from 1827 to 1829, forming when complete two royal quarto volumes."--Dict. nat. biog., v. 6, p. 371.
Each part preceded by engr. title, with vignette.
Description: 2 v. plates, maps. 34 cm.
Contents: V. 1. The Little Saint Bernard. The Mont Genèvre. The Mont Cenis. The Mont Saint Gothard. The Great Saint Bernard. The Monte Stelvio. --
v. 2. The Cornice. The Grimsel and the Gries. The Bernardin and the Splugen. The Brenner. The Tende and the Argentière. The Simplon.
Responsibility: By William Brockedon ...

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