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Bolide Rear Entrance Tonneau (1902) Engine 8 hp Single Cylinder
Body Type Tonneau
2014 London Brighton Number 150
Registration IP 1 (Ireland)
Leon Lefevbre started car production in 1899 with a range of high built belt driven racing cars the largest being a 11,699cc monster. Chain drive came in 1901, and by 1902 the Bolides were conventional design cars with vertical engines of various proprietary makes.
Lefevbre left the company in around 1906 and went on to form Prima from 1906.
The last new Bolide was a six cylinder shown at the Paris Salon in December 1906.
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Shot 01:11:2014 , at the Regent Street Motorshow London Ref 103-164
Icône du Christ Pantocrator Sauveur / Christ Pantocrator the Savior Icon
Tempera de jaune d'oeuf / Egg tempera
Panneau de tilleul creusé / Carved lime tree panel
24 x 30 cm
Dorure et 'assist' / Gold Size and 'assist' : 22 carats
Par la main de / By the hand of
soeur / sister Denise Lefevbre, rhsj
Atelier d'iconographie In-Chora à l'église Saint-Georges d'Antioche de Montréal (Québec, Canada)
Iconography Workshop In-Chora at the Saint-George Antiochian Church of Montreal
Montreal (Québec, Canada)
1961 Citroën 2cv Sahara
Easily recognizable with the spare wheel on the bonnet ... and the second engine in the back giving the 4 wheels drive.
Concours d'Elégance Suisse 2019
Chateau de Coppet
Title: Illustrated seed and floral catalogue : 1902
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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26 EICHLING SEED AXD XURSERY CO.. Ltd.. XEW ORLEANS. L Coquette des Alpes. white edged, rosy pink. Anne de Diesbach. Rich carmine. Baronne de Rothschild, satiny flesh color. Baron Prevost. Light rose. Charles Lefevbre, dark velvety maroon. Fisher Holmes, deep crimson. Magna Charta, finest and largest pink. Elizabeth Vigneron, very large pink. Louis Van Houtte, dark carmine. Vick's Caprice. Bright rose striped white. PRICE : Strong two-year-old plants, 20c to 50c. each. $2.00 to $4.00 per doz. One-vear-old plants, $1.00 per doz., postpaid. THE GREAT D I N S M O R E , finest everblooming Hybrid Rose to date: bright carmine, everblooming. One-3''ear plants, 15 cts. each : tAvo-year-old plants. 25c. to 50c. each. Plant Department. No Plant Order Shipped for Less than 50 Cents. Prices Include Post- age, Except Where Noted. ^ov^ltios of Hibiscus Peachblow, clear pink with crimson center. 15 cents. Acalypha Sanderi, Chenille plant. very unique, red rope-like spikes appear, each leave axil. 15 cents. Geraninm America, Dwarf and the best bloomer of all. white with deep pink center, 15 cents. Geranium Jean Viaud. largest trusses of deep pink, never burns, 15 cents. Four Leaved Clover, every leaf a true "iSood Luck." four leaver. 10 cents. Begonia ' Gloria de Lorraine," the grandest novelty of the year, a mass of glowing pink flowers at all times, 35c. to 75c. each. Giant floon Flower, very large, pure white, fragrant flowers, 10 cents. BUTTERFLY LILY, or White Canna. pure white, orchid-like spikes, 10 cents. NiglitbloomiDjJT Cereus or Cactus, the queen of the night. 20 cents. D u r a n t a Plumeri. Golden Dewdrop, verv showy shrub, hardy, loaded in fall with golden berries, i; cents. Clerodendron B a I'f o u r i , beautiful half climber, for pots or open ground, masses of white and crimson flowers, i; cent';. New Evergreen Shade Tree. ^ the only really hardy evergreen shade tree for the South, Ligustrum Amurense. 5 to 7 feet stems, with small crown. 50c. to 75c. each, by express. General List. Abutilon, best six varieties, all colors. 10 cts. each. Araucaria Excelsa (Xorfolk Island Pine) ; $1.50 to $3.00 each, by express. Aspidistra, green and variegated, 15 cts. to ^^o cts. each. Allamanda Williamsi. Golden trumpet, half climber, 25c. each. Anthericum, variegated white and green leaves. 15 cts. to 50 cts. each. Achania Malvaviscus. scarlet Abutilon, 10 cts. Alternanthera. for edging, in three colors. 50 cts. doz.._ hundred $3.00 by express. Acalypha. foliage bedding plants. 3 colors. loc. Acalypha. Sanderi, Chenille Plant, i" cts.
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Asparagus Sprengeri, fine for hanging baskets; 10 to 50 cts. each. Asparagus Plumosus. feathery climbing Lace Fern, 15 cts. to 50 cts. each. Ageratum, blue and white, bedding plant, loc. each. Arundo Donax, variegated Giant Ribbon Grass, 15 cts. each. Azalea Indica, fine heads in bud and flower from December to March, $1.00 to $5.00 eacli. by express. BEGONIAS. Caladiums, fancy leaved, many fine varieties, 15 cts. to 25 cts. each. Caladium Esculentum, Elephant's Ear, loc. to 25c. each.
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