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Title: The Natural History of Selborne [Two Volumes...
Publisher: C. and J. Rivington, et al.
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Cassell & Company Limited, London, 1887. Hardback. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Cassell's National Library numbers 68 and 69. Two pretty little volumes bound in cloth with pictorial in black/gilt to the front and advert to the rear. The boards are in good condition although there is a little discolouration to the rear of volume two. Light shelf wear to the top and base of the spines. Adverts to the front and rear end-papers a little age-toned. Binding tight. Contents in a good clean condition.Volume I, pp. 192. Volume II, pp. 192. Overall a very good set. . Bookseller Inventory # 094002
Book Description Cassell, UK, 1887. Hard Back. Book Condition: Good. Two volumes in the Cassell National Library Nos. 68, 69 , decorated cloth in good used condition with some wear/rubbing, dust to edges, text sound. Bookseller Inventory # 006959
Book Description D. Appleton and Company, New York, 1895. Hardcover. Book Condition: 4. Dust Jacket Condition: -1. Very Good. No Jacket Book. 12mo-over 6¾-7¾" tall. Publisher's gilt-stamped green cloth; slight rubbing wear to extremities of spines and corners; light, uniform sunning to spines; internally clean, bright and sound. B000NUUALG. Book. Bookseller Inventory # 53862a
Book Description Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1904. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Almost Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Poor. First Canadian. About Near Fine in green cloth, gilt lettering, black endpapers in Poor fragile dust jackets. Modest edge wear. .Limited to 200 sets. With The text And New Letters Of The Buckland Edition.Remnants of fragile tan dust jackets ( Volume 1- missing spine and flaps; Volume 2, spine absent,corner chips).Gilbert White (1720-1793) pioneering English naturalist, ornithologist and curate at Selborne, England --- his letters to leading zoologists contained White's discoveries about local birds, animals and plants Introduction By John Burroughs. Photos. 208, 231p. Two Volumes. (p). Bookseller Inventory # 024861
Book Description D. Appleton and Company, 1895. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good+. Clifton Johnson (illustrator). Two volume set. Texts clean, stitched bindings sound, olive green covers and gilt lettering still fairly bright. Owner's bookplates on front endpapers of both volumes, 208 + 231 pages. Frontispiece tissue present in Volume Two, but absent from Volume One. Bookseller Inventory # 059546
Book Description D. Appleton & Co., New York, 1895. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Two volumes, bound in dull green cloth with gilt lettering and decoration. Top edges gilt. 208 and 231 pages. Half-title page of volume I is lightly soiled, otherwise the contents of both are fine, with this exception (and these cannot truly be considered "faults," more like "additions") : In volume I, a folded sheet of note paper, illustrated with an engraving of White's house, is attached to the front blank. On the inner page there is an ink note, "This sheet of note paper was purchased in Selborne by A. C. in August 1905 at the little country store and post office kept by a most genial man, a Mr. Legg. He was a native of Selborne & much more like a Yankee in speech & American than like an Englishman. He was a well posted man & much interested in White and his work." Also, on the reverse of the half-title page is an actual 4½ by 6 inch photograph, uncaptioned, but it is apparently a church, and my guess would be Selborne church. On page xxiii, there is a "shadow" where a leaf had been laid in, and the ink note, "Ivy leaf from Gilbert White's grave picked by A. C. Sunday, August 6, 1905. On the reverse of that is a leaf pasted on, very fragile, with the note "Beech Leaf from the Heart of the Hangar. Picked by A. C. Sunday, August 6, 1905." I almost forgot to mention that the ink name Allen Chamberlain is written on the very top of the title page, he doubtless being the leaf picker, "A. C." Both volumes have slightly darkened spines, a very faint trace of wear, and are clean and tight. Bookseller Inventory # 005165
Book Description S.T. Freemantle, London, 1900. Hardcover. Book Condition: VG. No Jacket. Keulemans, J.G ; Railton, Herbert & Sullivan, Edmund J. (illustrator). 230mm x 165mm. Vol. I. The Letters to Pennant and A Garden Kalendar. 427pp., col. lithograph portrait of Thomas Pennant to frontis. numerous other full page and smaller b/w illus. with tissue guards, fold-out facsimile letter. Head and tail of spine slightly bumped, a little wear to extremities. Endpapers slightly browned. Minor ink stains to outer edge of a few margins, occasional foxing to margins and some foxing to fore-edge of textblock o/w contents clean and bright. Top edge of textblock gilt, fore-edge uncut. Vol. II. The Letters to Barrington and the Antiquities. 443pp., b/w engraving of the Hon. Daines Barrington to frontis. numerous other full-page and smaller b/w illus., fold-out facsimile letter. Head and tail of spine slightly bumped, a little wear to extremities. Endpapers slightly browned. Some foxing to fore-edge of textblock o/w contents clean and bright. Top edge of textblock gilt, fore-edge uncut. NB. Heavy books (both vols. together, 2.6kgs.) additional postage may be required for overseas orders. Vol. II. Bookseller Inventory # 077512
Book Description D. Appleton & Co., New York, 1895. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Original gilt-decorated cloth, 8vo. TEG. Two volumes. Signed by John Burroughs, author of introduction, on p. xxiii at end of introduction (signed on Dec 11, 1913 according to note on ffep). Printed on coated paper, numerous b/w photos. 208 and 231 pp. Bookplates on feps. First few leaves of volume one pulling slightly, otherwise a NEAR FINE set. All domestic orders $100 and over will be upgraded to USPS Priority shipping at no additional cost. Size: 8vo. Signed by John Burroughs. Bookseller Inventory # 71172
Book Description London: John Van Voorst 1877, 1877. An attractive two volume copy of this work. Original dark blue buckram, with 14 plates and numerous woodcut illustrations throughout. A decent copy of this work. The buckram has a little fading to the spines of each volume, with the gilt titles a little dulled, but otherwise have only minor rubbing. Internally, the volumes are clean and tidy. The binding to the front of volume one is cracking to the paper, so that the binding is in danger of becoming detached. There is an owner’s dedication tipped into the front end paper of volume one. Slight darkening to the pages, otherwise clean and tidy. Now protected in Glassine wrappers. 14 engraved plates. Lx, 508, [viii],410, [ii]. pp. Bookseller Inventory # 1170
Book Description Macmillan, 1876. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Image shows actual book for sale. 1/4 leather. Book Condition: Good; firm binding; contents very good; a little dulled to covers; a little scuffed. Hard Cover Macmillan 1876 Natural History. Bookseller Inventory # 86931