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The Netherworld of Mendip
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The Netherworld of Mendip

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The Netherworld of Mendip by Ernest A. Baker & Herbert E. Balch
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The Netherworld of Mendip

The Netherworld of Mendip by Ernest A. Baker & Herbert E. Balch is a classic book, subtitled Explorations in the Great Caverns of Somerset, Yorkshire, Derbyshire, and Elsewhere. Balch was an expert on the Mendip caves, while Baker originated in the Peak District. Chapters include the caves of Burrington, Cheddar, the Quantocks, the Welsh border, Mitchelstown in Ireland, Eastwater SWallet, Wookey Hole, Swildon's Hole and many more. Photographs appear as separate plates within the text.

Please see under 'Data' for details of the condition of this second-hand book; remember, the price includes postage.

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Binding:
Hardback
Dustjacket:
No known dustjacket issued
Size:
142mm x 220mm approx
Pages:
184+plates
Illustrations:
Photographs and maps in b&w
Publication date:
1907
Detailed condition:
Cover with rub marks, rebound with nice title plate on spine; Library stamp p1 and number on spine; extensive foxing spots towards front and back pages (middle pages clean) and priced accordingly, but binding good
Condition:
Good
Availability:
All available copies are assigned to UK stock. If you require posting to a non-UK address, please let us know and we will alter the allocation so that you can place your order.
Stock no:
sh1144
Author:
Ernest A. Baker & Herbert E. Balch

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