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Climbing Reminiscences Of The Dolomites

By: Sinigaglia Leone

Price: £135.00

Publisher: Fisher Unwin: 1896

Edition: 1896 First Edition

Seller ID: 1183

Condition: 224pp, original pictorial boards, slight foxing to prelims, circular cup mark to front board o/w VG.


Sinigaglia was the first great Italian climber in the Dolomites and these mountains were considered to be the most difficult Alpine mountains to climb, includes descriptions of first ascents on Croda Da Lago and Monte Cris Tallo. View more info

Climbing Reminiscences Of The Dolomites

By: Sinigaglia Leone

Price: £90.00

Publisher: Fisher Unwin: 1896

Edition: 1896 First Edition

Seller ID: 2089

Condition: 224pp, original pictorial boards, recased, sound, tight copy, foxing on many pages, numbers on spine but no other library evidence, wear to extremities, VG-


Sinigaglia was the first great Italian climber in the Dolomites and these mountains were considered to be the most difficult Alpine mountains to climb, includes descriptions of first ascents on Croda Da Lago and Monte Cris Tallo. View more info

Climbing Reminiscences Of The Dolomites

By: Sinigaglia Leone

Price: £115.00

Publisher: Fisher Unwin: 1896

Edition: 1896 First Edition

Seller ID: 10450

Condition: 224pp, original pictorial boards, light wear to extremities, rear hinge just slightly tender, foxing to foreedges, prelims and frontispiece, some pages unopened, VG-.


Sinigaglia was the first great Italian climber in the Dolomites and these mountains were considered to be the most difficult Alpine mountains to climb, includes descriptions of first ascents on Croda Da Lago and Monte Cris Tallo. View more info

Climbing Reminiscences Of The Dolomites

By: Sinigaglia Leone

Price: £75.00

Publisher: Fisher Unwin: 1896

Edition: 1896 First Edition

Seller ID: 67572

Condition: 224pp, decorative spine and front board, wear to top and bottom of spine, small split to top of spine, cracking to front and rear endpapers, t.e.g, light foxing to pages, Good


Sinigaglia was the first great Italian climber in the Dolomites and these mountains were considered to be the most difficult Alpine mountains to climb, includes descriptions of first ascents on Croda Da Lago and Monte Cris Tallo. View more info