London: Re-printed by Benjamin Pardon, 1863. Second edition. 8vo. viii, 82, 157, (1) pp. Publisher's blindstamped red cloth, gilt lettered to the spine. A little light wear to the edges, a few minor marks, a very good copy overall. First published in 1836.
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Redditch: Henry Milward & Sons. 8vo, 80 pp. Numerous illustrations. Original wrappers, stapled as issued, slightly darkened and with a small tear to the top of the spine.
Hull: A. Brown & Sons & Arbroath: T. Buncle & Co., 1931-38. 11 volumes, 8vo, including two issues of "Crepis Biennis..." One photographic plate and a folding map, some damp staining to inner margins, this causing significant damage to "The Old Oak Tree". Original wrappers, stapled as issued, these somewhat...
London: William Innys, 1715. Fourth edition, 8vo, (xxii), 484 pp. Mild damp staining to the front and rear blanks only, upper hinge slightly cracked but sound. Contemporary panelled calf, spine with recent subtle repairs to joints and ends, red label, a very good copy. "...one of the most original physicians...
Washington, 1883. First edition, 4to, (xii), 144 pp. 54 plates. Original cloth, spine ends and corners worn, some marks.
London: Bloomsbury, (2015). 8vo, (xvi), 349, (1) pp. Black and white illustrations, owner's inscription to half title. Paperback, one corner bumped.
London: Collins, 1959. First edition, 8vo, xiv, 208, (2) pp. Coloured frontispiece and 24 black and white plates, very mild cracking to the upper hinge. Cloth, d.w., not price clipped, spine a little sunned, a very good copy. New Naturalist series no. 40.
London: Collins, 1967. First edition, 8vo, 286 pp. One colour and 16 black and white plates plus maps and diagrams. Buckram, spine sunned, d.w., price clipped, with light browning of spine. New Naturalist Monograph no. 21.
London: George Philip & Son, . Thin folio, 16 pp. Coloured diagram with folding overlays, one piece detached. Original pictorial card covers, a little worn and marked and with a damp stain to the lower edge of both covers.
London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1900. First edition, 8vo, x, (ii), 228 pp. 8 plates. Original gilt titled buckram, spine slightly worn and sunned.
London, 1873. Second edition, revised. 8vo. (xxx), 624 pp. Publisher's dark green cloth, gilt lettered to the spine, the gilt crest of Sidney Sussex, Cambridge repeated to the boards and spine, posthumous illustrated bookplate to the front pastedown showing the devil inscribing a gravestone with the legend "In memory of...
London, 1924. First edition, 8vo, xii, 426, (4 advertisement) pp, 2 photographic plates, remains of a Mudie Library label on paste down, original blue cloth, marked, spine ends bumped.
Sheffield: Midland Institute of Mining, 1914. Coloured folding map and a large (70 x 19 inches) folding section, a couple of repairs to the fold creases of the latter. Original cloth backed printed boards, browned and rubbed.
London: Printed for the Society by William Phillips... and sold by T. Cadell and W. Davies, (II-V printed and sold by Phillips), 1811-21. Five volumes. 4to. Contemporary full diced calf, rebacked to style, spines with raised bands, the original twin gilt lettered maroon and green labels mostly preserved with one...
London: Seeley and Co., 1908. 8vo, (xx), 329, (1) pp. Frontispiece and 15 plates, marbled endpapers, prize inscription to front blank. Prize binding from Forest School of contemporary dark blue calf, a.e.g., double gilt rules and school device, gilt spine, top of spine slightly worn otherwise very good.
London: Seeley, Service and Co., (1913). 8vo, (viii), 15-161, (1) pp. 8 plates, marbled endpapers and edges, prize label of Orleton School, Scarborough, to paste down. Bound by Relfe Brothers in contemporary red crushed morocco, slight darkening of spine and edges, light stains to the lower cover, overall a very good copy.
Edinburgh: Printed for His Majesty's Stationery Office by Neill & Co., 1906. 4to. xiv, 123, (1) pp. Publisher's dark blue cloth, gilt lettered to the spine. Some wear to the spine ends, else very good.
Princeton University Press, 1971. First edition, 8vo, (xviii), 328 pp. Signature to fly leaf. Cloth, d.w. with some light rubbing and soiling.
London: Printed by E. Cotes, for Henry Eversden, 1665. Sole edition, 8vo, (xxx), 184, (16), 92, (4) pp, lacking the half title, and with two leaves of the preliminaries (imprimatur and advertisement) bound at the end. Engraved coat of arms of the Royal Society, title and subsequent leaf with some...
Paris: Méquignon-Marvis, 1832. Three parts, 8vo, 33-64, 81-112 pp. 9 hand coloured plates (3 per part), numbered 4-9 and 13-16, several with some soiling to the outer edge of the margin. Uncut in original printed wrappers, sewn as issued, small hole to one upper wrapper.
Paris: Méquignon-Marvis, 1832. Three parts, 8vo, 96 pp in all. 6 hand coloured plates (2 per part), numbered 211-216. Uncut in original printed wrappers, sewn as issued, one part with the thread almost detached, some minor marks plus a manuscript sum to one wrapper. Internally clean.
Cambridge University Press, 1933. First edition, 4to, (xvi), 259, (1) pp. 58 coloured and 9 black and white plates, signature and blind stamped address to fly leaf, with an als. from the Director of Kew Gardens concerning several orchid species loosely inserted. Cloth, slightly marked, d.w. stained and chipped with loss to spine ends.
Northwood: Rawlinsons Library. 8vo, xii, 204, 48 pp. Photographic portraits and numerous advertisements. Original coloured paper wrappers, somewhat browned, slight wear to extremities, particularly outer edge of the upper wrapper.
(Bovey Tracey): The Flyfisher's Classic Library, 1996. Limited edition, one of 500 copies, 8vo, (ii), xiii, (i), 380, (2) pp. Black and white illustrations, author's facsimile signature to first page. Publisher's patterned grey leather, t.e.g., slipcase, light marks to the latter otherwise a fine copy. First published 1939.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, . First edition, 8vo, xii, 506, (2) pp. 113 black and white illustrations in the text, later owner's small ink stamp to paste down, slightly offset onto the fly leaf. Original gilt titled blind stamped cloth, spine slightly faded and covers with some discolouration...