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The Botanical Magazine; or Flower-Garden Displayed: Three Volumes. 336 Coloured Plates 1790. 1793. 1804.

Curtis, William.

Published by Printed by Couchman and Fry, Throgmorton-Street., London (1790)

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Item Description: Printed by Couchman and Fry, Throgmorton-Street., London, 1790. [Botanical Magazine] in which the most ornamental foreign plants, cultivated in the open ground, the green-house, and the stove, are accurately represented in the natural colours. To which are added, their names, class order, generic and specific characters, according to the celebrated Linnaeus; their places of growth, and times of flowering: together with the most approved methods of culture. A work intended for the use of such ladies, gentlemen, and gardeners, as wish to become scientifically acquainted with the plants they cultivate. VOLUME ONE, Complete with Portrait and 108 fine coloured plates. VOLUME SIX, Complete with 119 fine coloured plates. VOLUME 19, Complete with 109 fine coloured plates. Together 336 Fine Coloured plates, some folding, bound in original half red calf, marbled boards. 1790. 1793. 1804. Three Volumes FINE ORIGINAL CONDITION. Bookseller Inventory # 000136

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Item Description: Stephen Couchman,, London:, 1795. FIRST EDITION OF VOLS. 9 & 10. 8vo. pp. 289-360. With 75 hand-coloured plates. Original full tree calf, front hinge weak. First edition of Volumes 9 and 10. Each issue of The Botanical Magazine was sold separately. Beginning in 1787, it became the longest running botanical magazine published. Each issue contains a full description in formal yet accessible language, and is renowned for featuring the work of two centuries of botanical illustrators.Many plants received their first publication on the pages and the description given was enhanced by the finely detailed illustrations. The plates were copper engraved and the hand colouring was performed by up to thirty people. Bookseller Inventory # 14092

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The Botanical Magazine; or Flower-Garden displayed.

Curtis, William. Sowerby, J.

Published by W. Curtis. London. Copyright 1793. This issue circa 1812. (1793)

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Item Description: W. Curtis. London. Copyright 1793. This issue circa 1812., 1793. hardbound. 2 volumes bound in one, 72 handcolored engraved plates each with facing page of text, 10 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches (26x17.5cm), decorative embossed cloth-covered boards. Plates on wove paper, generally very clean and bright, occasional light foxing or spotting (spot and pinhole to centre of plate 16, the Variegated Iris), some foxing to text pages. Front joint broken, white tape mend to interior hinge at Preface. This is an early 1800s reprint of the first two volumes of William Curtis' periodical "The Botanical Magazine." This publication proved so popular that plates from the earlier volumes were reissued to satisfy the demand of later subscribers who desired a complete set. Curtis featured some of the most decorative and popular imported plants in these early volumes, making these volumes an absolute treat for the eye. Plants include Moss Rose, several varieties of Iris, Daffodil, Gentian, Eastern Poppy, Cyclamen, and, from China: #64 Tawny Day-Lily; #25 China Pink, #42 Rose Camellia. These are very strong impressions, which are particularly pleasing contrasted against the white color of the wove paper. Bookseller Inventory # ABE48009

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine (Volumes XLVII)

Curtis, William

Published by H.D. Symonds, London (1820)

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Item Description: H.D. Symonds, London, 1820. Cloth. Book Condition: Excellent. No Jacket. First Edition. 5.5" - 9" Tall. For extra pictures of the more valuable books, please press the 'Ask Bookseller A Question' button. Please make sure you view the gallery of extra photos of selected plates before ordering. These extra images are available on request. These books MUST be insured so please make sure you contact us before ordering through abe as standard abe postage rates do NOT apply. With 89 Stunning exquisite HAND COLOURED plates within the period 1820 to 1821. Plates 2161 to 2250 inclusive with one plate substituted (1771 for 2190) and one missing (2248). The brightness, quality and vibrancy of the colours of the plates have to be seen to be believed. Index included. Rebound in tan cloth with black and gold leather labels. Cut without any significant loss to text and plates - 5.5" - 9" Donated to library and stored at the correct humidity and temperature and then released for sale in 1998. Front Pastedown contains library plate but no other marks on title page or plates. The volumes appear not to have been used which may explain their immaculate and stunning condition. The magazine was founded in 1787 by William Curtis and has continued publication to the present day. 'The reputation of the magazine has always resided in the accuracy of its portrayal of plants.' Curtis' principal artists were William Kilburn + James Sowerby and Sydenham T. Edwards. These skilled artists worked with him for 28 years and it was they who were responsible for most of the plates that appeared in the magazine. From October 1834 Walter Fitch became the main artist - a post that he would hold for 40 years. 'In the confident hands of a botanical artist like W.H. Fitch lithographs have an immediacy and spontaneity encountered usually only in original works of art.' This volume comes from an advertised complete run covering the first 45 years. On checking we find that there was in fact a gap in the run. Vol 46 for 1819 runs from plate 2023 to 2104 inclusive and is our book ref 4982. Complete correct with index. The binding of this volume (our book reference 4983) has vol 47showing on the spine for 1820 but is in fact a combination of 1820 and 1821. The plates start at 2161 through to 2188 for 1820. So 2105 to 2160 inclusive are missing. They then run form 2189 through to 2250. In fact the full run for 1821 is plates 2189 to 2272 inclusive. In that run the text for 2190 is faced by plate 1771. Also the publishers made an error with the printing of the plate numbers for 2247, 8 and 9. 2247 was printed as 2148 and contains a manuscript change to 2247 (this matches the text). 2247 is included in this book but excludes the text (I can provide a quality copy) Plate 2248 was incorrectly printed with 2249 on it and this is completely missing form this volume. Again I can copy the original plate and text from another volume). 2249 is correctly numbered by the publishers and is included in this book. So the book for sale covers part 1820 and 1821 with plates 2161 to 2250 inclusive subject to the omissions listed. The book contains the index for 1820. A copy of the index for 1821 can be provided if required. Our website contains 4 pictures of this book. Please note that the pink tinge to the paper is a white balance error in the camera as the paper is in fact off white. Stunning quality of plates. Bookseller Inventory # 004983

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine (Volume LXV)

Curtis, William

Published by London (1839)

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Item Description: London, 1839. Cloth. Book Condition: Excellent. No Jacket. First Edition. 5.5" - 9" Tall. For extra pictures of the more valuable books, please press the 'Ask Bookseller A Question' button. Please make sure you view the gallery of extra photos of selected plates before ordering. These extra images are available on request. These books MUST be insured so please make sure you contact us before ordering through abe as standard abe postage rates do NOT apply. With 84 Stunning exquisite HAND COLOURED plates. The brightness, quality and vibrancy of the colours of the plates have to be seen to be believed. Contains 21 orchid plates. Index included. Rebound in tan cloth with black and gold leather labels. Cut without any significant loss to text and plates - 5.5" - 9". Donated to library and stored at the correct humidity and temperature and then released for sale in 1998. The volumes appear not to have been used which may explain their immaculate and stunning condition. The magazine was founded in 1787 by William Curtis and has continued publication to the present day. 'The reputation of the magazine has always resided in the accuracy of its portrayal of plants.' Curtis' principal artists were William Kilburn + James Sowerby and Sydenham T. Edwards. These skilled artists worked with him for 28 years and it was they who were responsible for most of the plates that appeared in the magazine. From October 1834 Walter Fitch became the main artist - a post that he would hold for 40 years. 'In the confident hands of a botanical artist like W.H. Fitch lithographs have an immediacy and spontaneity encountered usually only in original works of art.' Some very slight offsetting to some of the text and plates. Plate 3669 demonstrates quality. Bookseller Inventory # 004994

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine (Volume LXII)

Curtis, William

Published by London (1835)

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Item Description: London, 1835. Cloth. Book Condition: Excellent. No Jacket. First Edition. 5.5" - 9" Tall. For extra pictures of the more valuable books, please press the 'Ask Bookseller A Question' button. Please make sure you view the gallery of extra photos of selected plates before ordering. These extra images are available on request. These books MUST be insured so please make sure you contact us before ordering through abe as standard abe postage rates do NOT apply. With 83 Stunning exquisite HAND COLOURED plates. The brightness, quality and vibrancy of the colours of the plates have to be seen to be believed. Index included. Rebound in tan cloth with black and gold leather labels. Cut without any significant loss to text and plates - 5.5" - 9". Donated to library and stored at the correct humidity and temperature and then released for sale in 1998. The volumes appear not to have been used which may explain their immaculate and stunning condition. The magazine was founded in 1787 by William Curtis and has continued publication to the present day. 'The reputation of the magazine has always resided in the accuracy of its portrayal of plants.' Curtis' principal artists were William Kilburn + James Sowerby and Sydenham T. Edwards. These skilled artists worked with him for 28 years and it was they who were responsible for most of the plates that appeared in the magazine. From October 1834 Walter Fitch became the main artist - a post that he would hold for 40 years. 'In the confident hands of a botanical artist like W.H. Fitch lithographs have an immediacy and spontaneity encountered usually only in original works of art.' Some very slight offsetting to some of the text. A small amount of foxing to the title page. Bookseller Inventory # 004991

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine (Volume LXIV)

Curtis, William

Published by London (1837)

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Item Description: London, 1837. Cloth. Book Condition: Excellent. No Jacket. First Edition. 5.5" - 9" Tall. For extra pictures of the more valuable books, please press the 'Ask Bookseller A Question' button. Please make sure you view the gallery of extra photos of selected plates before ordering. These extra images are available on request. These books MUST be insured so please make sure you contact us before ordering through abe as standard abe postage rates do NOT apply. With 83 Stunning exquisite HAND COLOURED plates. The brightness, quality and vibrancy of the colours of the plates have to be seen to be believed. Index included. Rebound in tan cloth with black and gold leather labels. Cut without any significant loss to text and plates - 5.5" - 9". Donated to library and stored at the correct humidity and temperature and then released for sale in 1998. The volumes appear not to have been used which may explain their immaculate and stunning condition. The magazine was founded in 1787 by William Curtis and has continued publication to the present day. 'The reputation of the magazine has always resided in the accuracy of its portrayal of plants.' Curtis' principal artists were William Kilburn + James Sowerby and Sydenham T. Edwards. These skilled artists worked with him for 28 years and it was they who were responsible for most of the plates that appeared in the magazine. From October 1834 Walter Fitch became the main artist - a post that he would hold for 40 years. 'In the confident hands of a botanical artist like W.H. Fitch lithographs have an immediacy and spontaneity encountered usually only in original works of art.' Some very slight offsetting to some of the text and plates. Part plate on Clianthus Puniceus demonstrates quality. Bookseller Inventory # 004993

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine (Volume LXVI)

Curtis, William

Published by London (1840)

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Item Description: London, 1840. Cloth. Book Condition: Excellent. No Jacket. First Edition. 5.5" - 9" Tall. For extra pictures of the more valuable books, please press the 'Ask Bookseller A Question' button. Please make sure you view the gallery of extra photos of selected plates before ordering. These extra images are available on request. These books MUST be insured so please make sure you contact us before ordering through abe as standard abe postage rates do NOT apply. With 83 Stunning exquisite HAND COLOURED plates. The brightness, quality and vibrancy of the colours of the plates have to be seen to be believed. Contains 21 orchid plates. Index included. Rebound in tan cloth with black and gold leather labels. Cut without any significant loss to text and plates - 5.5" - 9". Donated to library and stored at the correct humidity and temperature and then released for sale in 1998. The volumes appear not to have been used which may explain their immaculate and stunning condition. The magazine was founded in 1787 by William Curtis and has continued publication to the present day. 'The reputation of the magazine has always resided in the accuracy of its portrayal of plants.' Curtis' principal artists were William Kilburn + James Sowerby and Sydenham T. Edwards. These skilled artists worked with him for 28 years and it was they who were responsible for most of the plates that appeared in the magazine. From October 1834 Walter Fitch became the main artist - a post that he would hold for 40 years. 'In the confident hands of a botanical artist like W.H. Fitch lithographs have an immediacy and spontaneity encountered usually only in original works of art.' Some very slight offsetting to some of the text and plates. Includes Plate 3723 which is very rare as it is one of the only plates in the magazine depicting a scene. Bookseller Inventory # 004995

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine (Volume LVII)

Curtis, William

Published by H.D. Symonds, London (1830)

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Item Description: H.D. Symonds, London, 1830. Cloth. Book Condition: Excellent. No Jacket. First Edition. 5.5" - 9" Tall. For extra pictures of the more valuable books, please press the 'Ask Bookseller A Question' button. Please make sure you view the gallery of extra photos of selected plates before ordering. These extra images are available on request. These books MUST be insured so please make sure you contact us before ordering through abe as standard abe postage rates do NOT apply. With 82 Stunning exquisite HAND COLOURED plates. The brightness, quality and vibrancy of the colours of the plates have to be seen to be believed. Index included. Rebound in tan cloth with black and gold leather labels. Cut without any significant loss to text and plates - 5.5" - 9". Donated to library and stored at the correct humidity and temperature and then released for sale in 1998. The volumes appear not to have been used which may explain their immaculate and stunning condition. The magazine was founded in 1787 by William Curtis and has continued publication to the present day. 'The reputation of the magazine has always resided in the accuracy of its portrayal of plants.' Curtis' principal artists were William Kilburn + James Sowerby and Sydenham T. Edwards. These skilled artists worked with him for 28 years and it was they who were responsible for most of the plates that appeared in the magazine. From October 1834 Walter Fitch became the main artist - a post that he would hold for 40 years. 'In the confident hands of a botanical artist like W.H. Fitch lithographs have an immediacy and spontaneity encountered usually only in original works of art.' Some very slight offsetting to some of the text. Part plate 2964. demonstrates the quality. Bookseller Inventory # 004987

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Item Description: London. Stephen Couchman.for W. Curtis. 1799. 1800., 1799. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. A Work intended for the Use of such Ladies, Gentlemen, and Gardeners, as wish to become scientifically acquainted with the Plants they cultivate. Vol. XIII. Vol. XIV [bound as one]. Two volumes bound as one. Hardcover. Text and 72 finely hand-coloured full-page engraved plates. Contemporary half calf, gilt over marbled boards; twin labels to the spine. Binding worn and rubbed with loss to head & heel of spine; a few plates with slight marking and light browning; one plate with a brown mark to the margin; else very clean and fresh throughout. Bookseller Inventory # 8634

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Item Description: London. Stephen Couchman.for W. Curtis. 1795. 1796., 1795. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. A Work intended for the Use of such Ladies, Gentlemen, and Gardeners, as wish to become scientifically acquainted with the Plants they cultivate. Vol. IX. Vol. X [bound as one]. Two volumes bound as one. Hardcover. Text and 72 finely hand-coloured full-page engraved plates. Contemporary half calf, gilt over marbled boards; twin labels to the spine. Binding worn and rubbed with loss to head & heel of spine; the first three plates have some marking, and water-staining to the margins; else he plates are very clean and fresh throughout. Bookseller Inventory # 8637

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The Botanical Magazine of Flower-Garden Displayed. Volumes 3 and 4 together.

Curtis (William.)

Published by 1790-91 (1790)

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Item Description: 1790-91, 1790. Contemporary quarter calf, joints split, worn. 72 hancoloured copper-engraved plates, Strelizia (folding) creased, orange/red on Gortera Rigens a little oxidised, some overall age-yellowing, but a very usefull collection of flowering images on creamy 18th century paper, including Iris, Cornflower, Geranium, Cistus, Amaryllis etc. Nice Copies of Early Volumes in this long running series. Bookseller Inventory # 1274

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine. Vol. XLIII. Being the First of the New Series

CURTIS, William (1746-1799). - John SIMS (editor)

Published by printed by Stephen Couchman, published by Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, London (1816)

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Item Description: printed by Stephen Couchman, published by Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, London, 1816. Volume 43 only, octavo. (9 1/8 x 5 5/8 inches). 90 hand-coloured engraved plates (numbered from 1771-1831, 1832A, 1832B, 1833-1859, plates #1799, #1808, #1819 , #1828, #1834, #1838, and #1851are folding), by Swan, and others. Contemporary red half morocco over marbled paper-covered boards, spine gilt A fine representative sample volume from the oldest illustrated botanical periodical still in production. "The reputation of the Magazine has always resided in the accuracy of its portrayal of plants. This pictorial record of garden and greenhouse plants from the temperate and tropical regions of the world has no rival." (Desmond p.7) William Curtis had witnessed from personal experience that his clients refused to buy folio pictures of unassuming plants (vide. his Flora Londinensis) but he felt that they would subscribe to an octavo work which pictured the showy plants that filled their gardens: from this premise was born the Botanical Magazine in February 1787. The work was immediately successful, was published throughout the 19th and 20th centuries and is still produced to this day. The main glory of the Botanical Magazine has always been the coloured plates. Many of the greatest British botanical illustrators of the last two hundred years have had worked published in this periodical: the majority of the earliest plates are by Sydenham Edwards; other artists who followed in his footsteps include James Sowerby, John Curtis, William Jackson Hooker and, for much of the second half of the 19th century, Walter Hood Fitch. In the 20th century the great tradition was continued by Lilian Snelling, Margaret Stones and others. Ray Desmond A Celebration of Flowers Two hundred years of Curtis's botanical Magazine (Kew: 1987); Great Flower Books p. 83; Nissen BBI 2350; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 1290. Bookseller Inventory # 21101

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Item Description: W. Curtis, London., 1787. Hard. Book Condition: Poor. Illustrated with 107 of 120 exquisite hand-coloured plates (from 1 to 120 and with those missing as listed), plus one extra plate. (illustrator). First volume. 8vo. 9 1/3" x 5 3/4". Poor. Breaking copy. Missing front cover and leaves prior to title page. Leather to spine chipped, cracked and missing bits and the gathering has cracked, leaving the book in disparate parts. The title page is a touch dog-eared and with name neatly penned in contemporary hand to top/outer corner. Lightly toned throughout, as usual and with a spot of very mild foxing. There is one uncorrected errata, being that the text page for plate 76 is a duplicate of text page 73, thus this volume contains no correct text page for plate 76. There are two leaves of index to the rear and the last two are missing but have been replaced with hand penned duplicates, penned in a contemporaneous hand. Missing plate 17 'Cactus Flagelliformis. Creeping Cereus'. Missing all plates and texts from/and including 22 to 24, 31 to 33, (49 and 50 have been bound in vice versa order), missing plate for 64 'Hemerocallis Fulva. Tawny Day-Lilly'. Plates and text from and including 109 to 114 are missing. Plate 119 is a folding plate, a little creased and with a couple of small closed tears down one of the creases. There is also one extra unnumbered hand-coloured and hand-written diagrammatic plate to the rear (preceding plate 120) and plate number 120 has been hand-coloured. 4pp publishers catalogue to rear. 8vo. 9 1/3" x 5 3/4". Bookseller Inventory # 026226

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine. Vol. XLVIII. Being the Sixth of the New Series

CURTIS, William (1746-1799). - John SIMS (editor)

Published by printed by Stephen Couchman, published by Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, London (1821)

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Item Description: printed by Stephen Couchman, published by Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, London, 1821. Volume 48 only, octavo. (9 1/16 x 5 9/16 inches). 84 hand-coloured engraved plates (numbered from 2189-2272, plates #2189, #2194, #2203, #2208, #2217, #2222, #2231, #2232, #2236, #2245, #2250, #2259 and #2264 are folding), by Weddell, and others? after J. Curtis, P. Syme, W. Herbert and others. Contemporary red half morocco over marbled paper-covered boards, spine gilt A fine representative sample volume from the oldest illustrated botanical periodical still in production. "The reputation of the Magazine has always resided in the accuracy of its portrayal of plants. This pictorial record of garden and greenhouse plants from the temperate and tropical regions of the world has no rival." (Desmond p.7) William Curtis had witnessed from personal experience that his clients refused to buy folio pictures of unassuming plants (vide. his Flora Londinensis) but he felt that they would subscribe to an octavo work which pictured the showy plants that filled their gardens: from this premise was born the Botanical Magazine in February 1787. The work was immediately successful, was published throughout the 19th and 20th centuries and is still produced to this day. The main glory of the Botanical Magazine has always been the coloured plates. Many of the greatest British botanical illustrators of the last two hundred years have had worked published in this periodical: the majority of the earliest plates are by Sydenham Edwards; other artists who followed in his footsteps include James Sowerby, John Curtis, William Jackson Hooker and, for much of the second half of the 19th century, Walter Hood Fitch. In the 20th century the great tradition was continued by Lilian Snelling, Margaret Stones and others. Ray Desmond A Celebration of Flowers Two hundred years of Curtis's botanical Magazine (Kew: 1987); Great Flower Books p. 83; Nissen BBI 2350; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 1290. Bookseller Inventory # 21102

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine. Vol. XI of the New Series; or Vol. LXIV of the whole work

CURTIS, William (1746-1799). - Samuel CURTIS and Sir William Jackson HOOKER (editors)

Published by printed by Edward Couchman, for the proprietor,Samuel Curtis [and others], London (1837)

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Item Description: printed by Edward Couchman, for the proprietor,Samuel Curtis [and others], London, 1837. Volume 64 only, octavo. (8 7/8 x 5 3/8 inches). 84 hand-coloured engraved plates (numbered from 3542-3625, plate #3542 double-page, plates #3549, #3556, # 3563, #3570, #3577, #3584, #3591, #3598, #3605, #3612 and #3619 are folding), all by Swan, 1 after Miss Morse, 70 after Walter Hood Fitch, 13 unassigned. (Plate 3542 shaved at left margin into image area, small tears to upper blank margins of 3553-3555). Contemporary green half morocco over green pebble-grained cloth, gilt, g.e. A fine representative sample volume from the oldest illustrated botanical periodical still in production. "The reputation of the Magazine has always resided in the accuracy of its portrayal of plants. This pictorial record of garden and greenhouse plants from the temperate and tropical regions of the world has no rival." (Desmond p.7) William Curtis had witnessed from personal experience that his clients refused to buy folio pictures of unassuming plants (vide. his Flora Londinensis) but he felt that they would subscribe to an octavo work which pictured the showy plants that filled their gardens: from this premise was born the Botanical Magazine in February 1787. The work was immediately successful, was published throughout the 19th and 20th centuries and is still produced to this day. The main glory of the Botanical Magazine has always been the coloured plates. Many of the greatest British botanical illustrators of the last two hundred years have had worked published in this periodical: the majority of the earliest plates are by Sydenham Edwards; other artists who followed in his footsteps include James Sowerby, John Curtis, William Jackson Hooker and, for much of the second half of the 19th century, Walter Hood Fitch. In the 20th century the great tradition was continued by Lilian Snelling, Margaret Stones and others. Ray Desmond A Celebration of Flowers Two hundred years of Curtis's botanical Magazine (Kew: 1987); Great Flower Books p. 83; Nissen BBI 2350; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 1290. Bookseller Inventory # 21100

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine. Vol. XLIX. Being the Seventh of the New Series

CURTIS, William (1746-1799). - John SIMS (editor)

Published by printed by Stephen Couchman, published by Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, London (1822)

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Item Description: printed by Stephen Couchman, published by Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, London, 1822. Volume 49 only, octavo. (9 1/16 x 5 5/8 inches). 83 hand-coloured engraved plates (numbered from 2273-2355, plates #2273, #2278, #2287, #2292, #2301, #2306, #2315, #2320, #2327, #2336, #2341, #2350 and #2355 are folding), by Weddell, and others after J. Curtis, P. Syme, W. Herbert, S. Edwards and others. Contemporary red half morocco over marbled paper-covered boards, spine gilt A fine representative sample volume from the oldest illustrated botanical periodical still in production. "The reputation of the Magazine has always resided in the accuracy of its portrayal of plants. This pictorial record of garden and greenhouse plants from the temperate and tropical regions of the world has no rival." (Desmond p.7) William Curtis had witnessed from personal experience that his clients refused to buy folio pictures of unassuming plants (vide. his Flora Londinensis) but he felt that they would subscribe to an octavo work which pictured the showy plants that filled their gardens: from this premise was born the Botanical Magazine in February 1787. The work was immediately successful, was published throughout the 19th and 20th centuries and is still produced to this day. The main glory of the Botanical Magazine has always been the coloured plates. Many of the greatest British botanical illustrators of the last two hundred years have had worked published in this periodical: the majority of the earliest plates are by Sydenham Edwards; other artists who followed in his footsteps include James Sowerby, John Curtis, William Jackson Hooker and, for much of the second half of the 19th century, Walter Hood Fitch. In the 20th century the great tradition was continued by Lilian Snelling, Margaret Stones and others. Ray Desmond A Celebration of Flowers Two hundred years of Curtis's botanical Magazine (Kew: 1987); Great Flower Books p. 83; Nissen BBI 2350; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 1290. Bookseller Inventory # 21103

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THE BOTANICAL MAGAZINE; or, Flower-Garden Displayed.Vol. 1.

Curtis, William

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Item Description: Stephen Couchman for W. Curtis, London, 1793. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Title-page, preface leaf, index leaf, 63 fine hand-coloured copper-engraved plates, each with a leaf of text opposite, printed mostly single-sided; contemporary full-calf, worn, upper joint broken (held by a couple of strings), wear to top of spine and edges, front inner joint holding, rear inner joint sound; with original marbled endpapers; lacks text page to last plate; some light browning to contents in places, particularly affecting about a dozen plates, last plate affected by damp at some stage, one plate childishly coloured over, stain to one text page affecting verso of plate and a few marginal tears, otherwise a good copy with the majority of plates in good order. This is the 1793 re-issue of the original first volume, with plates 39-63 of the second volume as well. Bookseller Inventory # 003192

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CURTIS, William (1746-1799)

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Item Description: London. 1790-1799, 1799. Octavo, Untrimmed in original boards. Good condition. 38 original hand coloured engravings (no. 391-405; 407-411; 413-416; 418-422; 424-432). Bookseller Inventory # 22127

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Item Description: Stephen Couchman, London, 1794. 8vo. Volume VIII. Bound in quarter calf over marbled boards (worn), 36 hand-coloured engraved plates (nos. 253 - 258 inclusive), occasional off-setting and very light browning, but overall a nice copy. Bookseller Inventory # 26402

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine Vol. XXXVII

CURTIS, William (1746-1799). - John SIMS (editor)

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Item Description: printed by Stephen Couchman, published by Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, London, 1814. Volume 37, octavo. (8 7/8 x 5 3/8 inches). 46 hand-coloured engraved plates (numbered from 1502-1547, plate #1522 folding), all by F. Sansom after Sydenham Edwards. Disbound A fine representative sample volume from the oldest illustrated botanical periodical still in production. "The reputation of the Magazine has always resided in the accuracy of its portrayal of plants. This pictorial record of garden and greenhouse plants from the temperate and tropical regions of the world has no rival." (Desmond p.7) William Curtis had witnessed from personal experience that his clients refused to buy folio pictures of unassuming plants (vide. his Flora Londinensis) but he felt that they would subscribe to an octavo work which pictured the showy plants that filled their gardens: from this premise was born the Botanical Magazine in February 1787. The work was immediately successful, was published throughout the 19th and 20th centuries and is still produced to this day. The main glory of the Botanical Magazine has always been the coloured plates. Many of the greatest British botanical illustrators of the last two hundred years have had worked published in this periodical: the majority of the earliest plates are by Sydenham Edwards; other artists who followed in his footsteps include James Sowerby, John Curtis, William Jackson Hooker and, for much of the second half of the 19th century, Walter Hood Fitch. In the 20th century the great tradition was continued by Lilian Snelling, Margaret Stones and others. Ray Desmond A Celebration of Flowers Two hundred years of Curtis's botanical Magazine (Kew: 1987); Great Flower Books p. 83; Nissen BBI 2350; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 1290. Bookseller Inventory # 27301

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine. Vol. XXXV

CURTIS, William (1746-1799). - John SIMS (editor)

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Item Description: printed by Stephen Couchman, published by Sherwood, Neely, & Jones, London, 1812. Volume 35, octavo. (8 15/16 x 5 3/8 inches). 41 hand-coloured engraved plates (numbered from 1419-1459, plates #1419, #1430, #1433, #1443, #1447, # 1450, #1453 folding), all by F. Sansom after Sydenham Edwards. Disbound. A fine representative sample volume from the oldest illustrated botanical periodical still in production. "The reputation of the Magazine has always resided in the accuracy of its portrayal of plants. This pictorial record of garden and greenhouse plants from the temperate and tropical regions of the world has no rival." (Desmond p.7) William Curtis had witnessed from personal experience that his clients refused to buy folio pictures of unassuming plants (vide. his Flora Londinensis) but he felt that they would subscribe to an octavo work which pictured the showy plants that filled their gardens: from this premise was born the Botanical Magazine in February 1787. The work was immediately successful, was published throughout the 19th and 20th centuries and is still produced to this day. The main glory of the Botanical Magazine has always been the coloured plates. Many of the greatest British botanical illustrators of the last two hundred years have had worked published in this periodical: the majority of the earliest plates are by Sydenham Edwards; other artists who followed in his footsteps include James Sowerby, John Curtis, William Jackson Hooker and, for much of the second half of the 19th century, Walter Hood Fitch. In the 20th century the great tradition was continued by Lilian Snelling, Margaret Stones and others. Ray Desmond A Celebration of Flowers Two hundred years of Curtis's botanical Magazine (Kew: 1987); Great Flower Books p. 83; Nissen BBI 2350; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 1290. Bookseller Inventory # 27299

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Curtisís Botanical Magazine Dedications, 1827-1927. Portraits and Biographical Notes.

CURTIS). NELMES, Ernest & CUTHBERTSON, William (Compilers).

Published by London: Bernard Quaritch for the Royal Horticultural Society (1931)

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Item Description: London: Bernard Quaritch for the Royal Horticultural Society, 1931. Large 8vo, (xxii), 398 (2) pp. 100 portraits with accompanying biographical text, inscribed from Cuthbertson on the fly leaf, later inscription also. Original gilt titled brown cloth, slight bumping to spine ends, a very good copy. Bookseller Inventory # 19067

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Curtis's Botanical Magazine dedications 1827-1927 portraits and biographical notes

CURTIS, William (1746-1799). - Ernest NELMES and William CUTHBERTSON (compilers)

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Item Description: published for the Royal Horticultural Society by Bernard Quaritch, London, 1931. 8vo. (9 3/4 x 6 1/4 inches). Half-title, title vignette. 100 full-page illustrations. Original brown cloth, covers blocked in blind, the flat spine lettered in gilt and with horizontal fillets in blind A particularly fine copy of this valuable reference work. This volume was issued as a supplemental volume to the Botanical Magazine . It contains images and detailed biographies of the luminaries from all walks of life that had been singled out for the honour of having a volume of the annual magazine dedicated to them: their single uniting factor is their love of plants. Bookseller Inventory # 20818

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Item Description: 1893. Book Condition: Very Good. An original hand-coloured lithograph plate by John Nugent Fitch (1840-1927) with vibrant colours, dated 1893. A superb double fold plate plate, Size 31 x 24cm. The condition is excellent with no off-setting, the thick paper very slightly tanned as usual. (supplied with accompanying text, but without mount) The quality of the illustrations in the Botanical Magazine is outstanding, both accurate and decorative, the colours vibrant. J. N. Fitch was the nephew of the perhaps more famous Walter Fitch and "he lithographed nearly 2500 drawings for the Botanical Magazine in a manner scarcely distinguishable from that of his uncle, thus carrying their combined connection with the periodical over a period of eighty-two years, during seventy-one of which they were its sole lithographers" (Blunt, Wilfrid, The Art of Botanical Illustrations). William Curtis (1746-1799) was a trained apothecary living in London, although his passion was for natural history, particularly plants and insects. He maintained a large well-stocked garden and began the publication of the Botanical Magazine in February 1787, which has gone on to become the most famous and influential botanical publication of its type; it is still published today, making it the longest running scientific periodical of all time. Curtis edited the first 13 volumes, and was then succeeded by John Simms (1800-1826), William Jackson Hooker (1827-1865) and Joseph Dalton Hooker (1865-1904), the current editor of the magazine is Martyn Rix. The fine illustrations were by many artists including Sydenham Edwards, William Graves, James Sowerby, John Curtis, William Jackson Hooker, W.H. Fitch, J. N. Fitch, Matilda Smith, Lillian Snelling and Stella Rose Craig. The plates were hand-coloured up to 1948!, all being copper engravings to around 1840, and then stone or zinc lithography until the introduction of color printing in 1948. References: Blunt;The Art of Botanical Illustration, Great Flower Books pp 156 - 157, Nissen BPI 2350, Staflue 1290. (Please Note: we do not break books for plates, nor do we condone this practice. Our plates have either been purchased loose or have come from books that are so defective or incomplete that they are irreparable). Bookseller Inventory # 007706

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ORIGINAL HAND-COLOURED LITHOGRAPH ORCHID CATTLEYA - Cattleya iricolor FROM CURTIS'S BOTANICAL MAGAZINE - Plate No. 7287, dated 1893

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Item Description: 1893. Book Condition: Very Good. An original hand-coloured lithograph plate by John Nugent Fitch (1840-1927) with vibrant colours, dated 1893. A superb double fold plate, Size 31 x 24cm. The condition is excellent with no off-setting, the thick paper very slightly tanned as usual. (supplied with accompanying text, but without mount) The quality of the illustrations in the Botanical Magazine is outstanding, both accurate and decorative, the colours vibrant. J. N. Fitch was the nephew of the perhaps more famous Walter Fitch and "he lithographed nearly 2500 drawings for the Botanical Magazine in a manner scarcely distinguishable from that of his uncle, thus carrying their combined connection with the periodical over a period of eighty-two years, during seventy-one of which they were its sole lithographers" (Blunt, Wilfrid, The Art of Botanical Illustrations). William Curtis (1746-1799) was a trained apothecary living in London, although his passion was for natural history, particularly plants and insects. He maintained a large well-stocked garden and began the publication of the Botanical Magazine in February 1787, which has gone on to become the most famous and influential botanical publication of its type; it is still published today, making it the longest running scientific periodical of all time. Curtis edited the first 13 volumes, and was then succeeded by John Simms (1800-1826), William Jackson Hooker (1827-1865) and Joseph Dalton Hooker (1865-1904), the current editor of the magazine is Martyn Rix. The fine illustrations were by many artists including Sydenham Edwards, William Graves, James Sowerby, John Curtis, William Jackson Hooker, W.H. Fitch, J. N. Fitch, Matilda Smith, Lillian Snelling and Stella Rose Craig. The plates were hand-coloured up to 1948!, all being copper engravings to around 1840, and then stone or zinc lithography until the introduction of color printing in 1948. References: Blunt;The Art of Botanical Illustration, Great Flower Books pp 156 - 157, Nissen BPI 2350, Staflue 1290. (Please Note: we do not break books for plates, nor do we condone this practice. Our plates have either been purchased loose or have come from books that are so defective or incomplete that they are irreparable). Bookseller Inventory # 007711

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Item Description: 1893. Book Condition: Very Good. An original hand-coloured lithograph plate by John Nugent Fitch (1840-1927) with vibrant colours, dated 1893. A superb double fold plate, Size 31 x 24cm. The condition is excellent with no off-setting, the thick paper very slightly tanned as usual. (supplied with accompanying text, but without mount) The quality of the illustrations in the Botanical Magazine is outstanding, both accurate and decorative, the colours vibrant. J. N. Fitch was the nephew of the perhaps more famous Walter Fitch and "he lithographed nearly 2500 drawings for the Botanical Magazine in a manner scarcely distinguishable from that of his uncle, thus carrying their combined connection with the periodical over a period of eighty-two years, during seventy-one of which they were its sole lithographers" (Blunt, Wilfrid, The Art of Botanical Illustrations). William Curtis (1746-1799) was a trained apothecary living in London, although his passion was for natural history, particularly plants and insects. He maintained a large well-stocked garden and began the publication of the Botanical Magazine in February 1787, which has gone on to become the most famous and influential botanical publication of its type; it is still published today, making it the longest running scientific periodical of all time. Curtis edited the first 13 volumes, and was then succeeded by John Simms (1800-1826), William Jackson Hooker (1827-1865) and Joseph Dalton Hooker (1865-1904), the current editor of the magazine is Martyn Rix. The fine illustrations were by many artists including Sydenham Edwards, William Graves, James Sowerby, John Curtis, William Jackson Hooker, W.H. Fitch, J. N. Fitch, Matilda Smith, Lillian Snelling and Stella Rose Craig. The plates were hand-coloured up to 1948!, all being copper engravings to around 1840, and then stone or zinc lithography until the introduction of color printing in 1948. References: Blunt;The Art of Botanical Illustration, Great Flower Books pp 156 - 157, Nissen BPI 2350, Staflue 1290. (Please Note: we do not break books for plates, nor do we condone this practice. Our plates have either been purchased loose or have come from books that are so defective or incomplete that they are irreparable). Bookseller Inventory # 007721

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ORIGINAL HAND-COLOURED LITHOGRAPH ORCHID PHAJUS - Phajus tuberculosus FROM CURTIS'S BOTANICAL MAGAZINE - Plate No. 7307, dated 1893

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Item Description: 1893. Book Condition: Very Good. An original hand-coloured lithograph plate by John Nugent Fitch (1840-1927) with vibrant colours, dated 1893. A superb double fold plate, Size 31 x 24cm. The condition is excellent with no off-setting, the thick paper very slightly tanned as usual. (supplied with accompanying text, but without mount) The quality of the illustrations in the Botanical Magazine is outstanding, both accurate and decorative, the colours vibrant. J. N. Fitch was the nephew of the perhaps more famous Walter Fitch and "he lithographed nearly 2500 drawings for the Botanical Magazine in a manner scarcely distinguishable from that of his uncle, thus carrying their combined connection with the periodical over a period of eighty-two years, during seventy-one of which they were its sole lithographers" (Blunt, Wilfrid, The Art of Botanical Illustrations). William Curtis (1746-1799) was a trained apothecary living in London, although his passion was for natural history, particularly plants and insects. He maintained a large well-stocked garden and began the publication of the Botanical Magazine in February 1787, which has gone on to become the most famous and influential botanical publication of its type; it is still published today, making it the longest running scientific periodical of all time. Curtis edited the first 13 volumes, and was then succeeded by John Simms (1800-1826), William Jackson Hooker (1827-1865) and Joseph Dalton Hooker (1865-1904), the current editor of the magazine is Martyn Rix. The fine illustrations were by many artists including Sydenham Edwards, William Graves, James Sowerby, John Curtis, William Jackson Hooker, W.H. Fitch, J. N. Fitch, Matilda Smith, Lillian Snelling and Stella Rose Craig. The plates were hand-coloured up to 1948!, all being copper engravings to around 1840, and then stone or zinc lithography until the introduction of color printing in 1948. References: Blunt;The Art of Botanical Illustration, Great Flower Books pp 156 - 157, Nissen BPI 2350, Staflue 1290. (Please Note: we do not break books for plates, nor do we condone this practice. Our plates have either been purchased loose or have come from books that are so defective or incomplete that they are irreparable). Bookseller Inventory # 007729

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Curtis's botanical magazine. v.101 ser.3:v.31 (1875)

Bentham-Moxon Trust.,Curtis, William,,Curtis's botanical magazine dedications, 1827-1927 : portraits and biographical notes.,Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.,Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust.

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Item Description: Book on Demand, Miami, 2013. Perfect binding. Book Condition: NEW. Dust Jacket Condition: NEW. 5.8" x 8.3". In English language. This book, "Curtis's botanical magazine. v.101 ser.3:v.31 (1875)", by Bentham-Moxon Trust.,Curtis, William,Curtis's botanical magazine dedications, 1827-1927 : portraits and biographical notes.,Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.,Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust., is a replication of a book originally published before 1801. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible. This item is printed on demand. Thank you for supporting classic literature. SOFT COVER. Bookseller Inventory # 2370997

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The Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-Garden Displayed: In Which the Most Ornamental Foreign Plants, Cultivated in the Open Ground, the Green-House, and . in Their Natural Colours ., Volumes 7-8

William Curtis

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Item Description: Book on Demand, Miami, 2013. Perfect binding. Book Condition: NEW. Dust Jacket Condition: NEW. 5.8" x 8.3". In English language. This book, "The Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-Garden Displayed: In Which the Most Ornamental Foreign Plants, Cultivated in the Open Ground, the Green-House, and . in Their Natural Colours ., Volumes 7-8", by William Curtis, is a replication. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible. This item is printed on demand. Thank you for supporting classic literature. SOFT COVER. Bookseller Inventory # 1322917

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