Title: Vincent's Geraniums
Publisher: White Marsh, MD: Vincent Co.
Publication Date: 1914
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fair
Dust Jacket Condition: Fair
28 p. Vincent Company was a wholesale grower of plants for the trade. This catalog is illustrated in full color, with pictures of homes, parkways, conservatories, formal gardens, etc., with geraniums in bloom, plus photos of about 50 different geraniums. Decorative page borders and other touches reflect the Arts and Crafts era in which this was printed. The printer is De la Mare Printing and Publishing of New York, a garden book publisher. The cover is ugly (stiff brown paper, stained, one piece missing, no illustration) and the first and last pages are a little soiled; the first and last leaves are loose, and the staples are rusty. Bookseller Inventory # 051712RV
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