4 edition of The Shell guide to Britain found in the catalog.
The Shell guide to Britain
Previous ed. 1964.
|Statement||edited by Geoffrey Boumphrey.|
|Contributions||Boumphrey, Geoffrey, 1894-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 808p. :|
|Number of Pages||808|
Shell identification. Who can resist a strandline full of shells? Well, I certainly can't, that's for sure. They are the most fantastic things to find, especially when they are whole and unbroken - exotic shapes, striking colours, and an amazing history. A Shell Guide. Book Description. 8vo. First edition. Original red plastic comb binding with ‘Northumberland and Durham’ silver gilt. Errata slip bound in at the start of the Introductory Note. Four colour maps and black and white photographs throughout. Edges just a little rubbed. Neat tape reinforcement to the top and bottom of the front.
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First Edition. 8vo. , first post-war Shell guide, 68 pp. some faint foxing and browning to foredges, some light browning to pictorail endpapers, good plus in original cream cloth, upper edge browned, tips of top corners rubbed and a little grubby, small patch/satin to corner upper board otherwise cream cloth bright and clean, good in. The Annual Report and Form F are now available as PDF download. A printed copy of our Annual Report can be ordered free of charge.
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Download it in full here. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revised edition of: The Shell guide to Britain / Geoffrey Boumphrey. 2nd ed. Includes index. In fact, the Shell Guides were developed by Betjeman (the poet-laureate-to-be) and Jack Beddington, who was publicity manager with Shell-Mex Ltd., to guide Britain's growing number of motorists around the counties of Britain and their historical sites.
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The Shell and BP guide to Britain by,Ebury Press, in association with George Rainbird edition, in English - 2nd impression (with revisions and additions). I hesitate to review owing to my limited knowledge of Kent, but this book is a very enjoyable gazetteer.
Unusually in a Shell guide of the late s (and unlike Norman Scarfe's Essex), Pennethorne Hughes takes the historic county, London boroughs and all, and conscientiously describes them along with the villages and towns of the famous Weald and the ancient coastal ports, with discrimination.
Beddington commissioned Betjeman to produce a series of guides beginning with a guide to Cornwall – a county that Betjeman knew and loved. Shell Guide to Cornwall. The first Shell Guide was called Cornwall Illustrated in a series of views of Castles, Seats of the Nobility, Mines, Picturesque Scenery, Towns, Public Buildings, Antiquities, etc.
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The original guides were published under the editorial control of the poet John Betjeman and (later) the artist John Piper. The Shell guides and posters included work by Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious, Paul Nash, Ben Nicholson, Graham Sutherland, Vanessa Bell pins.
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Gastropod investigation is unrelenting, and complex far beyond the ken of the typical Author: Ian Morton.