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Beaver Architectural Ironmongery Ltd6:65Window Fittings6.8001 Window BoltMortice bolt that fits into the window section and is shot into the frame.6.8K101 Window LockSurface fixed to the window section and locked around the frame fixed staple by use of the key. Clenching action helps to pull the window to the frame.6.8013 Window BoltThreaded lock barrel fixed into the inner frame and secured by locking the inner bolt using the key. Can also be used in hinged windows. 6.8K104 Window BoltTap in fitting lock barrel fixed into the inner frame and secured by locking the inner bolt using the key. Can also be used in hinged windows. 6.8K102 Window LockSurface fixed to the fixed frame which is locked onto the lockplate on the window section by pushing the lock barrel. Released by key.6.8K106 Window LockSurface fixed onto the window section and locked around the frame fixed staple by use of the key. For use on metal windows only.6.8K123 Window LockLock for surface fixing onto the window section which is locked around the frame fixed staple by use of the key. For use on PVCu windows only.6.WS1 Ventilation LockKey operated bolt is morticed into the outer window frame which when locked out will prevent the inner window from opening. PB finish.6.8K108 Window LockSurface fixed across the window sections and the case is locked to the lock plate using the key.6.8K114 Window LockSurface fitted and secured by a locking bar which locks both window sections in place. Secured and released by the key. Handy storage for locking bar when not in use. One way security screws.Window fittings for hinged windows. Finishes available: white. Certain products also available in brown or polished brass.Window fittings for sliding sash windows. Finishes available: white. Certain products also available in brown or polished brass.

Duration: 8 DaysPace: LeisurelyPrice per PersonPrice per PersonStarts San FranciscoEnds San FranciscoTwin ShareSingle Supp. OptionStarts San FranciscoEnds San FranciscoTwin ShareSingle Supp. Option8 Days from £1325 per person twin share Ref: DWCDTriple room reduction£97Quad room reduction£145Early Payment Discount12 months£133 10 months£99 6 months£66 2nd Trip Discount SAVE up to £66 p.p.Young Traveller Discount£133 All prices are per person, twin share.Air: Please note that airfares are not included in the prices above. Trafalgar guarantees to quote you the lowest possible airfare available to us on the day that you book. See page 19 for details. For Trafalgar's other great savings and extra night accommodation please see pages 18-19 and 214.Domaine CarnerosUSA & MEXICO : AT LEISURE27CALIFORNIAPacificOceanSanFrancisco BaySilverado TrailSAN FRANCISCONAPAGlen EllenSonomaKenwoodSt. HelenaCalistoga3 Overnight staysDAY 3 SAN FRANCISCO AT LEISURE You have the entire day to explore glorious, exciting, eccentric San Francisco on your own. Ride the cable cars, shop Union Square, visit the museums and gardens of Golden Gate Park or take a boat ride to visit the former prison on the island of Alcatraz . If you're a foodie, you can eat your way through San Francisco's eclectic neighbourhoods on an optional Tastes of the City tour. You can also venture further away on optional trips to Carmel and Monterey, Muir Woods National Monument or Yosemite National Park. Your Travel Director will be happy to help make any arrangements for you. (FB) DAY 4 SAN FRANCISCO - SONOMA - NAPA (4 NIGHTS) H Leave your hearts in San Francisco as you set out in search of Bacchus in California's world-renowned Wine Country. Join a local guide for a walk through the Asia-inspired woodland of Quarryhill Botanical Garden in Sonoma's Valley of the Moon. Pass through the quaint towns of Glen Ellen and Kenwood before arriving in Sonoma for some free time and lunch on your own. Stroll historic Sonoma Plaza, flanked by the Presidio and Mission San Francisco de Solano - the last California mission built - and browse the unique gift shops. This afternoon, retreat to a private blending lab at Ravenswood Winery and create, taste and bottle your own perfect combination of Carignane, Petite Sirah and Zinfandel. (FB) Hotel: River Terrace Inn (SF) DAY 5 NAPA VALLEY EXCURSION H F MStarting with a visit to downtown Napa and the Oxbow public market, today is a day devoted to tasting the savoury, sweet, salty and spicy flavours of California Wine Country. Sample creamy, pungent and delicate locally produced artisan cheeses; nibble on cured salami and speciality sausages; and sate your sweet tooth with a tasting of decadent chocolates. You'll have a chance to shop for your own treats before travelling on to the quaint town of St. Helena and the V. Sattui Winery. After touring the winery, prepare your palate for tasting an outstanding selection of wines and relax at a picnic Highlight Lunch on the beautiful grounds. This afternoon, the tables are turned as you join a hands-on cooking class at a famous culinary school and take your turn at preparing your own dinner. You'll group into teams with your fellow travellers and prepare a delicious four-course gourmet meal alongside top chef instructors. When finished, toast your efforts with a glass of champagne and hors d'oeuvres before enjoying the fruits of your labour at a Highlight Dinner paired with locally produced wines. (FB HL HD) DAY 6 NAPA AT LEISURE You have a free day to explore Napa on your own! Spend the day around town, enjoy a leisurely lunch at one of the charming restaurants or shop for antiques and crafts. If you are feeling extra adventurous, join an optional sunrise balloon flight over the vineyards or a journey through the bucolic countryside with lunch aboard the vintage rail cars of the Napa Valley Wine Train. (FB) DAY 7 CALISTOGA EXCURSION B H I Travel the scenic drive north to St. Helena and visit Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park, the site of a water-powered grist mill where early Napa Valley settlers gathered. Then, join a guided private tour of Castello di Amorosa, a 107-room, Tuscan-style castle and winery, complete with a moat, chapel and torture chamber. Learn how the castle vintners combine traditional wine making methods with modern technology to produce wines similar to the hand-crafted wines from Italy's Tuscany and Umbria regions. And, you'll taste the wine, of course! Lunch is on your own in bubbly downtown Calistoga, noted for its hot springs and geyser. Continue on to explore the art and vineyards of the award-winning winery Clos Pegase and sample some of its estate wines. This evening, celebrate a wonderful holiday with a Be My Guest Farewell Dinner at a winery where you'll also enjoy a private tour and sample estate-produced wines and olive oil. (FB BG) DAY 8 NAPA - DEPART SAN FRANCISCO H I Wrap up your Wine Country sojourn this morning with a tour of the beautiful chateau and vineyards of Domaine Carneros. Learn the secrets of sparkling wine production and toast your fellow travellers with a seated tasting of sparkling wines. Before you know it, it will be time to say one last 'Cheers' in California - take your complimentary transfer to San Francisco International Airport, or to the hotel in San Francisco if you wish to extend your stay. (FB) Please do not schedule any flights before 5 p.m.Visit www.TrafalgarTours.co.uk for all definite departures and up-to-date information on itineraries and optional excursions.E Welcome Reception F Highlight Lunch/Dinner/Farewell Dinner (HL/HD/FD) B Be My Guest Dining (BG) M Wine Pairing with Dinner H Wine Tasting I Local SpecialityFB = Full Breakfast CB = Continental Breakfast L = Lunch D = Dinner Fri18 MayFri25 May 1325 440 Fri20 JulFri27 Jul 1325 440 Fri1 JunFri8 Jun 1325 440 Fri17 AugFri24 Aug 1325 440 Fri8 JunFri15 Jun 1325 440 Fri31 AugFri7 Sep 1325 440 Fri15 JunFri22 Jun 1325 440 Fri22 JunFri29 Jun 1325 440 Fri7 SepFri14 Sep 1325 440 Fri14 SepFri21 Sep 1325 440 Fri6 JulFri13 Jul 1325 440 Fri21 SepFri28 Sep 1325 440 7. BoltsContentsFlush Bolts...........................................................................................................3Surface Bolts.......................................................................................................5Architectural Bolts................................................................................................6Barrel Bolts..........................................................................................................8Espagnolettes......................................................................................................9Bolts...................................................................................................................10Bolt Sockets.......................................................................................................11© 2011 Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdRef: BC11