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York: Dodsley, Cadell, Robeson, Baldwin & Todd, 1786. As it was delivered in the Royal Society on the 15th Day of October, 1662... Together with An Historical Account of the Sacredness and Use of Standing Groves. With notes by A. Hunter. A new edition to which is added Terra: A Philosophical Discourse of Earth. 2 volumes. Engraved frontis. portrait and 41 fine plates (1 folding) illustrating foliage, fruits and flowers. 3 large folding tables. 4to, contemporary mottled calf with gilt...
New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1926. Illustrated with 12 mounted color plates by E.J. Detmold, protected with lettered tissue. 271 pages. Short thick 4to, original green cloth with gilt-stamped pictorial cover. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1926. Reprint. Small gift inscription on end paper and cloth rubbed along front joint, still a very good(+) bright copy.
New York: Harper, 1972. Introduction by Peter Scott and preface by Jean Rostand. Illustrated with numerous mounted glossy color photographs. 125pp. Short square folio, green- lettered brown burlap. New York: Harper & Row, (1972). First American edition. A near fine copy of this interesting book. Created and produced by Edita Lausanne.
Saint-Prex: Le Manoir, 1967. Preface by Jean Rostand. Illustrated with 44 color photographs mounted on black stock. 200pp with text in French. Short square 4to, cloth-backed pictorial boards (cloth a bit worn; small photograph of the author and another man mounted to the front endpaper). Saint-Prex, Suisse: Editions Le Manoir, 1967. A very good copy.
Zurich: Urs Graf, 1973. Volumes II through VIII only. With over 150 mounted color plate facsimiles, many with overslips; other black and white plates and many smaller illustrations throughout. Tall folios, 1/2 parchment, printed dust wrappers, individual slipcases. Zurich: Urs Graf Verlag, 1973-80. Second volume without slipcase but still a near fine set, LACKING the first volume. Limited Edition, one of 500 numbered copies. A fine facsimile of Gessner's manuscript which was never published. An invaluable source for botanists. Gessner's...
Amsterdam: Francois Changuion, 1749. Two volumes in One. One engraved illustration on dedication page. xxxviii + 271pp. and 352pp., separate title pages each with engraved illustration, 8vo, full leather, gilt-decorated spine; corners bumped, rubbed, minor and scattered foxing, bookplate inside front cover. Amsterdam: Chez Francois Changuion, 1749. A very good (+) copy.