The Gardener's Kalendar; Directing what Works are necessary to be done Every Month InThe Kitchen, Fruit, and Pleasure Gardens
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8vo, 336 pages in text, plus xii. Engraved frontis. First issued October 1731, with allegorical frontispiece by John Pine, an accomplished engraver and friend of Hogarth. The author was Gardener of the Chelsea physic garden of the Society of Apothecaries, and this work, his most popular [see: HENREY, Vol.II, p.221]. Bound by Zaehnsdorf, raised bands, gilt floret spine panels, gilt border fillets, red leather spine label chipped, inner dentelles richly gilt, marbled endpapers faded, moderate text age-toning. 19th century full tan calf. Near fine. Bookseller Inventory # 36
Title: The Gardener's Kalendar; Directing what ...
Publisher: John and James Rivington, London
Publication Date: 1754
Edition: Tenth edition
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