New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1965. xviii, facsimile. 28cm. Green cloth back and green paper boards. Review copy stamped in two places. Corners bumped, prior owner's address label on the front free endpaper; jacket faded at edges, short tears. From the library of renowned scholar of materia medica, Jerry Stannard, in very good condition.
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London: Longman, Ore, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1838. 8 volumes. Vol I:ccxxx,494pp; Vol II: x,495-1256pp; Vol III: vi, 1257-2030pp; Vol IV: viii, 2031-2694pp; Vol V-VIII plates. 23cm. First edition. Three quarter calf and cloth; raised bands in gilt, titling in gilt on the spines; top edge gilt. From the King's Inn Library Dublin with their stamp; edges rubbed; few corners skinned; occasional toning of plates; one plate pulled beyond fore edge; still this is an attractive set in very good condition.
New York: Hafner Publishing Company, 1967. xii, facsimile [174p], facsimile [278p, 4p]. 23cm. Green cloth; dust jacket. A presentation copy signed by Joseph Ewan. From the library of renowned scholar of materia medica, Jerry Stannard. One corner lightly bumped; jacket with minor wear. A near fine, unread copy.
London: By the author, -1887. Nine of ten parts. Part 1: Andreaeaceae, vi, ,12p; part 2: Buxbauiaceae and Georgiaceae, p-32, 2 plates; Part 3: Polytrichaceae, -61, 4 plates [missing plate 8]; Part 4: Fissidentaceae, xii-x, -81, 3 plates; Part 5: Leucobryaceae and Dicranaceae, -114, 4 plates; Part 6: Dicranaceae II, 115-146, 4 plates; Part 7: Dicranaceae III, 147-180, 6 plates; Part 8: Tortulaceae, 181-212, 6 plates; Part 10: Tortulaceae III and Weberaceae, 245-301, addenda. Each 28 cm in wrappers. A few with wrappers detached; fore edge spotting of covers; slight stain along top edge; still, in very good condition and sold as is.
New York: G.P. Putnam, 1928. Frontis, xv, illustrations. 18cm. Blue cloth with titling and an illustration of mushrooms in gilt on the front cover. Corners bumped; short tears at spine ends, minor edge wear; pages slightly toned; still, in very good condition.
New York: Hafner, 1967. xl, , [facsimile of the 1817 edition]. 24cm. Green cloth; dust jacket. A fine, unread copy in a near fine dust jacket.
Chicago: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., 1868. xii, 236p, illustrated. 22cm. Revised edition. Black leather back and green cloth over boards, titling in gilt on the spine; marbled edges. Wear at head of spine, minor wear at edges of spine, unobtrusive stain on front cover, corners lightly bumped. Isaac Sprague (1811ñ1895) was born in Hingham, Massachusetts, and apprenticed with his uncle as a carriage painter. He was a self-taught landscape, botanical and ornithological painter. Sprague served as one of the assistants to John James Audubon on an ornithological expedition up the Missouri River (1843), taking measurements and making sketches. His diary of this expedition is in the Boston Athenaeum. He met Asa Gray in 1844 and illustrated several of his works as well as the works of others over a long career. His work has been exhibited at the Houghton Library and Hunt Institute. Emanuel D. Rudolphís "Isaac Sprague, ëDelineator and Naturalistí" in the Journal of the History of Biology (1990, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 91ñ126) contains a bibliography of works illustrated by Sprague. In very good condition.
New York: Iveson, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., 1873. , xii, 236p, illustrations; 703p, 20 plates, indexed. 22cm. Black leather back and green cloth over boards; titling in gilt on the spine; marbled edges. Prior owner's name boldly on front free endpaper, and verso; occasional spotting; several plates foxed; corners rubbed, wear to head and tail of spine; still, in very good condition. From the library of renowned scholar of materia medica Jerry Stannard.
Utrecht, Netherlands: International Bureau for Plant Taxonomy and Nomenclature. 249p, indexed. 25cm. Fourth edition. Wrappers. Prior owner's name on the half title page; bookseller's catalog description pasted to inside front cover. In very good condition. From the library of renowned scholar of materia medica Jerry Stannard.
London: J.F. Rivington, 1776. xxiv, 432p, 12 plates, appendix, glossary. 21cm. Leather boards; red morocco spine label in gilt; raised bands. Light stain on front cover; head cap pulled; all edges rubbed; spine ends worn; front cover starting. An internally very good copy.
Berne: K.J. Wyss, 1883, 1884. In 2 volumes: 116p, 15 chromolithograph plates; 83p, 15 chromolithograph plates. 31cm. Cloth back and paper boards. Prior owner's address label on the front cover paste downs; cloth fraying; edges darkened; corners bumped; occasional foxing. From the library of renowned scholar of materia medica, Jerry Stannard, and for this publication in very good condition.
New York: Hafner Publishing Company, 1967. lii, , facsimile. 24cm. Green cloth; dust jacket. Prior owner's small address stamp on the front cover paste down. In fine condition. From the library of renowned scholar of materia medica Jerry Stannard.