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London: 1631. Together with: New Atlantis, A Work Unfinished. Written by Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount St. Alban. Published after the author's death by W. Rawley. Lacks the main title page, but with an extra engraved title page dated 1631. The engraved portrait of Bacon is mounted inside the front cover. , 218, ; , 43pp. 4to, old boards (well-rubbed and soiled; lacking spine but still firmly sewn). London: Printed by W. Lee, 1631. Possibly the 3rd edition. There is an.....
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2010. Illustrated with a handful of b/w images. 240 pages. 8vo, cloth-backed red boards, d.w. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, (2010). Fourth Printing. A near fine copy in a very good wrapper--light scratches to center of front panel, minor scuffing to edges.
Newcastle: 1811. 225 copper engraved figures of quadrupeds, 111 vignettes. Small 8vo. x, 525, 1 pages. Early rebinding in 3/4 brown morocco, all edges gilt. Newcastle: Edward Walker, 1811. Sixth Edition. Binding is well worn with joints and hinges reinforced, corner removed from fly leaf. Overall still about very good. Thomas Bewick (1753-1828) English wood-engraver and natural history author. 302 descriptions of quadrupeds, including animals from Adive to Zorilla. It is particularly thorough on some of the domestic animals...
San Francisco: Friends of the Earth, 1973. Profusely illustrated, including 59 color plates. Folio, green cloth, d.w. San Francisco: Friends of the Earth, circa 1973. A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Photographs by Peter Martin, Wilbur Mills, John P. Milton, Gilbert Staender, and others, of the Brooks Range and North Slope provinces in the Arctic.
Paris: Bureau de la Societe des Publications Illustrees, 1839. 6 volumes. Frontispiece portrait in first volume and small vignettes on all title pages. Profusely illustrated with 121 fine hand-colored plates and maps, tissue guards (Scattered foxing and some age-browning). Short 4to, attractively bound in contemporary brown leather-backed boards with gilt-decorated spines (evenly faded to tan); marbled endpapers. Paris: Bureau de la Societe des Publications Illustrees, 1839. Text in French. A very good(+) set.
U.S. Geological Survey, 1915. 154 fine lithographic plates, some folding and with captions. Monograph series 2. 4to, plain library wrappers; (spine unglued, spine label torn, corners a bit bumped, previous owner's name stamp). N.p.: U.S. Geological Survey/American Museum of Natural History, 1915. Internally near fine.