81 pages. 'The present list attempts to include all editions and issues of books containing original matter which have been printed in Britain up to the present time.' - from the flyleaf. First edition (first printing). Near fine copy in green cloth with bright gold lettering on spine. Dust jacket very good with fading to spine and mild edge wear. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Works of Charles Darwin: An Annotated ...
Publisher: Dawsons of Pall Mall
Publication Date: 1965
Book Condition: Near Fine
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description Dawsons of Pall Mall, 1965. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Very Good. SCARCE HARDCOVER BOOK IN DUST JACKET. NO WRITING OR MARKINGS IN TEXT; FAINT RIPPLING TO BOTTOM EDGES OF PAGES DUE TO HUMIDITY; INVENTORY MARKINGS ON END PAPERS. VERY FAINT STAINING TO BOTTOM EDGE OF COVER, WITH ALMOST NO OTHER WEAR. SOME WEAR & FRAYING TO DUST JACKET. A SOLID COPY. Bookseller Inventory # SKU-55576
Book Description Dawsons of Pall Mall, London, 1965. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Acceptable. No Jacket. Part 1: Introduction. Parts 2 & 3: English and Foreign Editions. Usual ex-library features. Bar code is marked out with black marker on first blank page. The interior is clean and tight. Binding is good. Cover shows slight wear and has library numbers on front. 81 pages. Indexed. Ex-Library. Bookseller Inventory # 105210
Book Description Dawson, Kent, England, 1977. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. no jacket. Second edition. 1977. Second edition. Hardcover, 8vo. in green cloth, without dust jacket. 235pp. frontis. Very good. Lacks dust jacket. Boards scuffed, edge worn, top edge foxed. Internally unmarked. Bookseller Inventory # z011234
Book Description Dawson Publishing, Folkestone, 1977. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Second edition, revised and enlarged. 235pp., frontis. Very good in hardback, no dustwrapper. Bookseller Inventory # 46504
Book Description Dawsons, 1965., London:, 1965. First edition. 8vo. x, 81 pp. Frontis., 4 illus. Cloth, dust-jacket; jacket edge worn, some curvature of the upper board, but very good. Bookseller Inventory # BL4008
Book Description Dawson, Folkestone, 1977. Second Edition Revised and Enlarged. Octavo, 23x13.5cms. 235pp No inscriptions or internal marks, a few small unobtrusive marks to covers, else a very good+ example. Bookseller Inventory # 10638
Book Description London, Dawson of Pall Mall, 1965. 8vo (22.2 x 14.3 cm). vii, 81 pp. Green cloth with gilt title on the spine, in original printed dust-jacket.l The first bibliography of Darwin, in first edition. Some very light soiling to the dust jacket, otherwise a near mint copy. Bookseller Inventory # 65023
Book Description Wm. Dawson & Sons / Archon Books, GB, 1977. Hardback. Book Condition: nrVG. Dust Jacket Condition: No DW. Revised and Enlarged Edition. Green cloth with gold lettering to spine. In excellent condition BUT covers are a bit marked and corners / top and base of spine a bit bumped. Slight marks to top text edge. Bookseller Inventory # kb107.487
Book Description Dawsons of Pall Mall, London, first edition, 1965, 1965. Cloth, 8vo, x, 81 pp, ills. 541 entries. Part 1: Introduction Part 2: List of English editions Part 3: List of Foreign editions Appendix : On the Flight Paths of Male Bumble-Bees by Charles Darwin [first English printing]. From the author's preface: "The following list contains all the editions and issues which I have seen, or seen reliably recorded, which were printed in Darwin's lifetime, including books, pamphlets, circulars and letters, but excluding work published in periodical literature except where this was later published in its own covers. It includes, secondly, editions and issues published in England from 1882 to date, and such foreign editions as I have noticed up to 1892, or to 1900 in those cases where Francis Darwin re-edited the matter after his father's death. It includes, thirdly, works published after 1882 which contain matter printed from previously unpublished manuscript. For letters, I have included only the more important collections It does not pretend to be more than a list, giving only the minimum information necessary to identify each item, and I am aware that it is far from complete. I have discussed the difficulties of completing such list in the first part of the introduction; there are only forty-six works listed but between them they have produced over 500 items, excluding binding variants which would greatly increase the number." Very Good in a slightly sunned and used dustwrapper which has a cent-sized red sticker on the front panel. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-23077
Book Description Wm Dawson & Sons, Folkestone, second edition (revised and enlarged), 1977, 1977. Cloth, 8vo, 235 pp. 1805 entries. From a contemporary review by H. A. Feisenberger in the Times Literary Supplement "The excellent introductions to the list of each work have been greatly extended. They not only describe the publishing history of each book, but also give some idea of its importance in the history of science. So this book is not only of value to the bibliographer, but to anybody concerned with the study of Darwin's works." Part 1: books and pamphlets; Part 2: publications in serials. Part 1 contains all editions and issues of books, pamphlets and circulars, both British and foreign, noted by the author from 1835 to 1975, and includes a review of the publication history for each title. Part 2 lists all papers, notes and letters originally published in serials. Some of the complexities of Darwin bibliography are touched on in the following comment from "Species of Origin", a note on the Darwin Collection at Toronto : "From the time he returned from the Beagle voyage until his death in 1882 Darwin laboured steadily. His total production was twenty books and three pamphlets. He also contributed to eight books and one pamphlet. Since his death, the total number of his works has been augmented with the publication of his letters, notebooks, diaries and manuscripts left unfinished by him. A number of his papers were published by the scientific periodicals of his time and about ninety communications to learned societies were received from him. Almost every one of Darwin's books appeared in more than one edition and almost every edition had textual revisions of great importance. Many of the editions were further subdivided into 'issues' or, as his principal English publisher, John Murray, called them 'thousands', and there were often small changes made between the thousands." Spine slightly sunned, otherwise Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-36772