c. mid 19th century. Oblong Folio, 21" x 12"; VG; bound in full red leather with gilt and black embossed tooling; gilt turn-ins and text block, silk endpapers; contains 16 pages of original watercolors of various insects, butterflies, moths, and plants. The first page is detached from the binding; 15 of the 16 pages are signed “Fanny [S or G] Maitland” There are two pages with dates noted, “Ap 26” and “May 3”, but no year recorded. Both of the dated sheets have pencil notations for insect dimensions and the location “Sarzana” [presumably Italy].; LS consignment; shelved above mythology.
Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany: Joseph Wolffischen, 1783. folio, 750pp., 24pp. index, 136pp.; VG; bound in brown leather, paneled spine with no lettering; front board decorated with metal in the four corners, diamond in the center; remnants of two clasps present, two metal hooks on fore edge of front board, two torn leather strips bound into rear board; moderate rubbing to boards; newer endpapers; title page has had a strip of paper approximately 1.25 inches (3.5cm.) high torn off of the bottom, primarily including the entirety of the publication information. It has been repaired with the backing of another sheet on that portion. There is a small tear in the middle of the page that is backed by a piece of paper on the verso, and so barely impacts the legibility of the words; complete collation: endpaper, title page, 2pp. table of contents, 4pp., 750pp., 24pp. index, title page, 6pp., 136pp.; separate title page with separate pagination; page 110 misprinted as 100, 160 as 142, 217 as 21, 271 as 217, 523 as 532, 524 as 534, 554 as 454, 732 as 571, only the page number impacted; small repairs on pages 165/166, 571/572, 633/634, 649/650, 687/688, 701/702, 705/706, 719/720, 1/2; illustrated pages beginning parts two and three on pages 165 and 567. The pagination between pages 566-571 appear to be missing a page, as is usual with this edition; ffep partially detached; profusely illustrated with over 800 black and white woodcut illustrations, including genre scenes, individual plants and animals, and distilling apparatus; Adam Lonicer was a German botanist who studied at Marburg and the University of Mainz, obtaining his Magister degree at sixteen years of age. After becoming a Doctor of Medicine in 1554, he became the town physician in Frankfurt am Main. His true interest though was herbs and the study of botany. His first important work on herbs, the Kräuterbuch, was published in 1557, with a large part dealing with distillation. He married Magdalena Egenolff, the daughter of Christian Egenolff, his Frankfurt publisher and a printer who specialized in herbals. The work that made his name famous is this popular herbal, the Kräuterbuch. Lonicer provides us with one of the early descriptions of local flora as well as being one of the first to differentiate deciduous trees from conifers. shelved case 4.
London: John Murray, 1861. Third Edition. Octavo, xix, 538  pages; G; bound in publisher's original pebble-grain cloth with gilt-decorated title to spine, original colored endpapers; some rubbing and shelfwear to boards, including bumping to corners, fraying to edges, lower corners; expertly recased, with the front gutter opened and sealed, and the only noticeable repairs small specks of new cloth to the head and spine; fold out diagram on page 123 intact; ex-library, belonging previously to the St. Mark's Chapel Free Library, bookplate pasted onto ffep, ink name on ffep, presentation bookplate to front pastedown, library number written on half-title, possible other markings; binding ticket for Edmund and Remnant on rear pastedown; AD consignment; shelved case 3.
London: John B. Day, 1876. First Edition, Second Issue. Quarto, 91 pages; VG-; bound in publisher's green cloth blocked in gilt and black; rebacked, with spine preserved; mild rubbing and wear to boards, beveled edges; with two chromolithograph plates after James Poole, 2 completed flies and 23 flies with dressing materials displayed in 22 sunken mounts on six leaves, all present; SG consignment; shelved case 10.
Lugd. Batav. Roterodami: Hackios, 1669. Octavos, 3 volumes; VG; bound in full contemporary vellum, faded ink lettering to spines; some soiling to vellum; bookplate to front pastedown of each volume; each volume with an engraved title page, all dated 1669, title page of volume 1 says 1669, 2 and 3 state 1668; stain to bottom of text bloc of volume 1, does not impact any text; interiors clean; printer's mark with an eagle and the motto 'MOVENDO' on each title page; text in Latin with Greek references; shelved case 3.
London: Blacker, himself, 1855. Second Edition. Small Octavo, xi, , viii, , 259 pages; VG: bound in contemporary full brown calf with a double-ruled gilt border, rebacked with new brown leather spine, previous black leather label with gilt lettering preserved; some pages uncut; mild and scattered foxing to interior; with 20 plates plus frontispiece, 18 in color; shelved case 10.
New York: The Devin Adair Company, 1940. De Luxe Large Paper Edition. Quartos, Four volumes; VG; bound in publisher's 1/4 burgundy cloth, beige cloth boards, spines with red labels, gilt lettering; some sun-fading to spines; signed by Dawson on tipped-in page in volume 1; color plates with printed tissue-guards; heavy, please contact for accurate shipping costs; shelved above California.
London: G. Bell and Sons, 1870. Second Edition. 6 Octavos; VG-; Green cloth boards and spines with gilt titles and bird designs; Some repairs to the spines, mostly at the edges, gilt titling and designs undamaged; Front free end papers repaired; Unrepaired chipping to the edges of 2 of the volumes; Bumping and fraying to the corners; All volumes extensively illustrated with full-color prints; Some toning to the outer edges, as typical; Interior clean; RL consignment; Shelved above Religion.
Paris: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, Graz, 1976. Facsimile Edition. folio, 138 fol. [276pp.]; VG; bound in suede covers, paneled spine with no lettering; housed in original cardboard box; minimal shelfwear; lacking companion volume; facsimile of the Manuscrit Français 616, der Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; shelved Case 11.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1889-1897. Various. 8vos., G+; ALL VOLUMES: red cloth boards, with black decorative motif to front board; faded gilt lettering to spines (age-toned maroon), bumping/chipping/fraying to head and tail of spines and corners of boards; cocking to spines; boards shaken, bindings intact; moderate soiling/staining to spines; mild scuffing to boards; dark tops to text-blocks, light scratching to text-blocks; age-toning to text-blocks and interior; mild wear to yellow endpapers; volumes variously contain markings/underlining in pencil; volumes variously include black and white illustrations and photogravures; VOL. 1 [AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND LETTERS; First Edition Thus, pub. 1893, edited by Francis Darwin; black smudge to middle of back board; tear to top of ffep and first blank page at gutter; lacks half-title page; frontispiece protected by tissue guard]; VOL. 2 [EXPRESSION OF THE EMOTIONS IN MAN AND ANIMALS; First Edition Thus, pub. 1897; lacks half-title page]; VOL. 3 [CORAL REEFS; Third Edition, pub. 1889, appendix by T. G. Bonney; buckling to ffep and bfep at gutter; tear to foldout map between pp. x-1; chipping/tearing to fore-edge of text-block; spine cracked in several places, binding intact]; VOL. 4 [CLIMBING PLANTS; Revised Second Edition; pub. 1897; fading to gilt lettering of spine, text barely legible]; VOL. 5 [ON THE FERTILISATION OF ORCHIDS BY INSECTS; Revised Second Edition, pub. 1895; threading from sewn binding visible to gutter between verso of first blank page and half-title page]; VOL. 6 [FORMATION OF VEGETABLE MOULD THROUGH THE ACTION OF WORMS; First Edition Thus, pub. 1897; tear to middle of fore-edge of first blank page; spine cracked btwn verso of half-title page and title page, binding strong]; VOL. 7 [ORIGIN OF SPECIES; Revised Sixth Edition, pub. 1892; lacks half-title page; spine cracked between verso of first blank page and title page; ffep shaken but not loose; black ink staining to fore- and bottom-edge of text-block and to endpapers]; VOL. 8 [GEOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS; Third Edition, pub. 1891; signature of previous owner to ffep in pencil]; VOL. 9 [DIFFERENT FORMS OF FLOWERS ON PLANTS OF THE SAME SPECIES; First Edition Thus, pub. 1896; creasing to middle of front endpapers; lacks half-title page]; VOL. 10 [CROSS AND SELF FERTILISATION IN THE VEGETABLE KINGDOM; First Edition Thus, pub. 1895; lacks half-title page]; VOL. 11 [INSECTIVOROUS PLANTS; Pres. First, pub. 1895; stain and moderate scratching to fore-edge of text-block; tear to top and bottom of ffep at gutter]; VOL. 12 [NATURALIST'S VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD; Second Edition, pub. 1893; tear to top and bottom of ffep at gutter; lacks half-title page]; VOL. 13 [POWER OF MOVEMENT IN PLANTS; First Edition Thus, pub. 1892, with Francis Darwin; signature of previous owner to ffep in pencil, dated 1895]; VOL. 14 [DESCENT OF MAN/SELECTION IN RELATION TO SEX; Revised Second Edition, pub. 1892; signature of previous owner to ffep in pencil, dated 1895]; VOL. 15 [ANIMALS AND PLANTS UNDER DOMESTICATION I; Revised Second Edition, pub. 1892; signature of previous owner to ffep in pencil, dated 1894]; VOL. 16 [ANIMALS AND PLANTS UNDER DOMESTICATION II; Revised Second Edition, pub. 1892; lacks half-title page; small tear to top of ffep at gutter; small stain to back endpapers at gutter]; shelved above WW11.
London: John Murray, 1828. First Edition. 8vo., 273 pages; G+; green cloth spine faded to brown, remnants of a tan label with black lettering, brown paper boards; moderate wear to boards, including bumping to corners, staining; spine has some fraying, signs of glue repair; small sticker with previous owners name on front pastedown; most pages uncut; mild foxing; shelved case 10.
Boston: James R. Osgood, 1882. First Edition. Large Quarto; VG-; Bound in brown cloth with titles and horse designs in gilt, decorative stamping; Upper edge gilt; Typical edge wear, some light fraying to the corners; Cracking at the gutter near ffep. Binding sturdy; Text block clean with minor age toning; A handsome copy of the famous study of horse motion, funded by Leland Stanford illustrate with b&w plates and photos by Eadward Muybridge; NOTE: Book is heavy, please contact us for expedited or international shipping.; AR consignment; shelved case 10.
London: author, 1809. First edition. Quarto in 3/4 green marble and brown leather; six-band spine with gold letters; VG; general fraying on leather and moderate shelf wear; penciled inscription inside front cover; age-toned paper with occasional off-setting or foxing; text clean; contains descriptions of experiments; contents of dissertation; essays; pharmacopoeia equina; numerous plates and some illustrations; author was a veterinary surgeon in London and the Academy of Paris; shelved in Case # 10; please contact us for shipping costs; IR consignment.
London: Nattali and Bond, 1860. Second Edition. Octavos, 2 volumes, pagination continuous; VG; bound in contemporary full polished calf, paneled spines with burgundy and brown labels, gilt lettering, other compartments gilt tooling; boards with a gilt roll along border, gilt roll to edges, turn-ins; mild rubbing and wear to boards and spines, primarily to head and tail of spines, hinges; marbled endpapers; gilt text blocks; ribbon within; with 61 embellishments, including portraits, vignettes, and engraved titles; ffep of volume 2 slightly loose; SG consignment; shelved case 10.
Toronto: The Champlain Society, 1962. Limited Edition, #563/725. tall 8vo., 410 pp., i-xv pp., VG; red cloth boards, gold lettering to spine; rounding to spine, bumping to tail; bright gilt top, mild wear to text-block; dark brown discoloration to fore-edge of gilt top; mild age-toning to text-block; ex-library: embossed stamp "Library of Giancarlo Cavagna [GAC] with "03" in blue ink to half-title page; embossed "University of Western Ontario London Library" stamp to title page and p. 101; faded "U.W.O. LIBRARY" stamp to all sides of text-block, though most visible to gilt top; very occasional stains/waving to interior, text affected yet clear and legible; marginalia in pencil mostly to pp. xiv-xv; No. 563 of 725 numbered copies; shelved case 1.
London, Paris and New York: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, 1832. Octavo; VG; 1/4 bound green sunned leather spines with gilt lettering; 3 volumes, vol. 1, pp 408; vol. 2, pp 495; vol. 3, pp 540; cloth boards have light wear to exteriors, rubbing to spine edges, very slight rubbing to corners; text blocks have some age toning to exterior edges, deckled fore edges; previous owner's name to half title pages, slight writings toward front and rear pages; marbled endpapers; light age toning toward edges; numerous illustrations, some in color; slight toning to tissue covering frontispiece in vol. 1; RL consignment; Shelved case 13.
London, Paris & New York: Cassell Petter & Galpin, c.1874-1876. First Edition. Quarto; pp 392; Fair; brown leather spine and corners with gilt lettering to black bar on gilt paneled spine; gilt rule edged 3/4 leather with cloth boards; cloth has slightly soiled and dampstained exterior; some scuffing to spine; scuffed edges, chipped front joint towards tail edge; marbled text block has age toning to exterior edges, foxing to first and last few pages; profusely illustrated including fifty colored plates; marbled pastedowns and endpapers; loose, cracked binding at gutters, resulting in cracking between some pages; RL Consignment.
New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1886. First Trade Edition. 8vo., 347pp. plus 4 pages of ads; VG-; spine mustard with gilt lettering; mustard colored buckram cloth, beveled edges; spine rebacked in cloth with original spine reapplied; bookplate on front pastedown; second front end paper has inscription, separated; this first trade edition was preceded one year earlier by a deluxe limited edition of 500 copies known as the "Medora" edition; shelved case 1.
New York: Rock Foundation, 1988. First Edition. Folios, 3 volumes, VG/no DJs as issued; gray cloth boards, black lettering to spines: very mild overall wear to boards, spines faded beige (lettering clear and legible); minimal wear to clean text-blocks; interiors clean; VOLUME 3.1 [COSMIC GAMES]; VOLUME 3.2 [THE LABYRINTH & OTHER PATHS TO OTHER WORLDS]; VOLUME 3.3 [THE WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN]; frontispieces; volumes housed in VG- brown cloth slipcase; shelved front table.
Philadelphia: Printed by Charles Cist, 1799. 8vo., 292pp.; VG-; spine brown cloth, 1/4 bound with gray cloth boards, black label with gilt lettering, newly rebound; water stain along lower gutter from beginning through page 32, 177-200; fore and lower edges of text block unevenly cut; mild age-toning to pages; name written on second free endpaper, title page; shelved case 10.
London: Rudolph Ackermann, 1843. First Edition. large Octavo, 322 pages, 4 pages ads; VG; rebound in full crushed crimson levant, paneled spine with gilt lettering in one compartments, others with gilt frames and gilt hound heads or hunting horns; triple-ruled border on boards; two double-rules to turn-ins, with hounds in the corners; gray endpapers; top edge of text block gilt; binding by Birdsall, Northampton & London; original covers and spine bound in in rear; frontispiece with tissue-guard; separate illustrated title page; old bookseller's ad for this volume taped opposite title page, with tape leaving residue; shelved case 12.
London: Saunders, Otley, and Co., 1864. Extra-illustrated Edition. Octavo, xiii, 439 pages; VG; bound in full red calf, paneled spine with gilt tooling and lettering; triple ruled boards with fox and horns in corner; single gilt rule of birds and flowers on turn-ins; rear upper corner next to spine missing gilt from fox; all edges gilt; marbled endpapers; mild wear; profusely illustrated with plates, some in color; shelved case 12.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1971. First Edition, First Printing. Quarto, 548 pages; VG/G; spine brown with white lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price cut; moderate chipping and wear to dust jacket, including chipping to head of spine, small chip missing from rear cover, rubbing, small water-stain to upper edge of rear cover; smudge to lower corner of text block; interior clean; scarce with dust jacket; shelved case 10.
New York: Derrydale Press, 1940. Limited Edition. large quartos,, 2 volumes; VG-; bound in red cloth, spines faded red with red label and gilt lettering; limited edition set of 950 copies; Gilt top edges, uncut fore and lower; text clean; corners bumped; mild glue-staining to front pastedowns; volume 1 SIGNED by Van Urk on half-title page, dated December 1940; heavy, please contact for shipping costs; shelved front table.
Gaithersburg, MD: Flower Valley Press, 1994. First Edition, First Printing. Quarto, 132 pages, VG-/VG-; white DJ, black lettering: overall mild wear to DJ, yellowing/light soiling to covers, "$44.95" to front flap, DJ protected by mylar; black matte cloth boards, white lettering to spine: slight material loss to head and corners; mild denting to edges of boards; light age-toning/wear to text-block; clean and bright green and black illustrated endpapers; interior clean, with numerous full-color plates of Harper's work; INSCRIBED by Harper to verso of ffep and to laid-in Department of the Interior Museum postcard featuring an exhibit of the same name open through February 28, 1998; shelved Case 11.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1964 . First Edition Thus. thin 8vo., unpaginated, VG/VG-; pictorial DJ, spine white (age-toned tan) with black and red lettering; minimal shelfwear to DJ, mild age-toning to covers (more so to spine); rubbing to spine with very slight material loss, very slightly affects second "the" in title (lettering legible); price uncut "$3.50" to top right-hand corner of front flap, all four corners of flaps slightly clipped; DJ protected by mylar; golden yellow cloth boards, black lettering to spine, pink illustration to front board; minimal wear to boards save for minor scratch to top edge of front board; slight cocking to spine, no shelf lean, binding strong; interior virtually pristine; contains numerous full-color and two-wash illustrations by Erdoes; pub. 1964, "This fable was written by Joyce in 1936 as a letter to his grandson Stevie," originally published in LETTERS OF JAMES JOYCE [edited by Stuart Gilbert, pub. 1957] stated to copyright page; 2 pp. frontispiece that includes title page; LP consignment; shelved Case 2, Dupont.
New York: Halcyon House, 1932. Reprint. Octavo, 517 pages; VG-/G; spine red and black with white and yellow lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering; dust jacket has moderate chipping, primarily to head and tail of spine, some wear to hinges, chipping to upper rear cover and rear flap; newspaper portrait of Hemingway pasted to ffep; top edge of text block red; some glue staining to endpapers from binding; with 82 photographic illustrations ; published in year of first publication; shelved case 2.
New York: Arno Press, 1969 . Facsimile reprints [including maps]. VOLS. 1-7: 8vos., VG/no DJs; HCs, green cloth boards with gold lettering to spines and front boards; bumping to head and tail of spines, particularly to tail of Vol. 1; mild shelfwear to text-blocks, e.g., age-toning to top edges of text-blocks; frontispieces; VOL. 8: pamphlet with all 54 maps (facsimile reprints) housed in green cloth-covered clam-shell case (moderate shelfwear to case); pamphlet and maps in VG+ condition; second printing of De Voto's introduction [orig. 1953]; shelved above Literary Criticism/Hardcover Fiction.
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1960. First Edition, Presumed First Printing. 8vo., 160 pp., VG/VG; red and tan DJ with white and black lettering; mild age-toning to covers of DJ, rubbing to edges, chipping with slight material loss to head and tail of spine and corners; mild age-toning to spine (tan towards tail of spine toned olive green), lettering clear and legible; price uncut "$3.00" to top right corner of front flap, all four corners of flaps clipped; DJ protected by mylar; yellow cloth boards, maroon lettering to spine, maroon illustration of dog to front board; mild fading to spine (text clear and legible), bumping to head and tail of spine, slight cocking to spine; cocking to boards, no shelf lean, binding strong; age-toning to text-block; interior clean, contains many black and white illustrations by Fuller; pub. 1960, "First edition" stated to copyright page, no mention of further printings; frontispiece to title page; shelved Case 6.
London: The Bombay Historical Society, 1908. Limited edition (1 of 1,200). Quarto. Hardcover in 3/4 bound green leather with green cloth on boards in Very Good condition. Ex-libris, stamp of previous owner on front free endpaper, otherwise there are no markings to text and pages are clean. Binding is strong. Edges of text block are uncut. Illustrated with 30 coloured plates. Endpapers are marbled. 292 pp. Moderate rubbing to leather on spine and to corners. Leather on spine is sunned, turning it from green to a light brown. All else is very good. Spine is light brown with raised bands and gilt text -Shelved Bookcase next to Front Door.
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1930. Limited Edition, #25/99. large Octavo, 54 pages; VG; 3/4 bound in burgundy leather, paneled spine with gilt horseshoes in 5 compartments, gilt lettering in the 6th; marbled boards, endpapers; top edge of text block gilt; mild wear; Large paper edition, #25/99, SIGNED flat by Stanley Reeve on half-title page; shelved case 12.
Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1881. First Edition, First Printing. thin square 8vo., 101 pp., VG-; green cloth boards, gilt lettering to spine, black lettering and gilt illustration to front board; rounding to spine, spine age-toned a slightly darker green than boards (lettering bright and legible), scattered rubbing with slight superficial material loss to front board and turn-ins, small stain towards bottom of hinge to back board, occasional light scratching to boards; boards somewhat shaken, slight shelf lean (still stands), binding intact; pictorial (floral) endpapers, superficial material loss to middle of front paste-down, red and white sticker to top left-hand corner of ffep; dark top, wear and age-toning to text-block; mild age-toning/foxing to interior, text/illustrations clear and legible; contains black and white illustrations by Ledyard; pub. 1881 by the Roberts Brothers stated to title and copyright pages, no mention of further printings to copyright page; "MAMY YTITTLEBACK" misspelled to header of p. 55, indicating a First Printing of the First Edition; frontispiece; shelved Case 14.
Edinburgh: MacLachlan & Stewart, 1874. First Edition. Octavo, 398 pages; VG; bound in publisher's dark green cloth, gilt lettering to spine; chipping to head of spine, mild wear to tail; bookplate to front pastedown; illustrated with 8 tinted lithograhic plates, including the frontispiece; shelved case 10.
New York: The Macmillan Company, n.d. Quarto; pp 191; VG-/G+; Black spine with ivory text; slight chipping to corners, light age toning to flaps, price clipped front flap; cloth shows slight wear to exterior, light rubbing to head and tail edges, otherwise clean, strong and intact; text block has wear to exterior edges, residue of adhesive to half title page, otherwise interior clean; else good; inscribed by author;.
London: William Joseph, 1966. First Edition. 8vo., 218 pp., VG-/G+; DJ: black/red/brown pictorial spine, white lettering; moderate wear to DJ, small brown stain to tail, lettering to spine somewhat affected by wear to head, front flap price clipped, covers protected by mylar; red cloth boards, bright gold lettering to spine: mild wear to boards, heavy age-toning to text-block, bumping/creasing toward head, spine cocked, boards somewhat shaken, binding sturdy; label from previous bookseller to front paste-down; signed and dated by previous owner to ffep; interior clean; INSCRIBED by Francis to title page.
Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1980. First edition; signed. Thin, small folio in brown hardcovers with green and yellow illustrated DJ in brodart; VG/VG; ivory letters on spine; in very good condition; author signature on illustrated title page; contains a chapter on "Concern for the Planet"; pp. 112; shelved on front table.
Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1936. Limited Edition. 4to., unpaginated; VG-; spine red tape, bound in tan cloth with black geese on boards; red tape used to repair spine, covers entire spine and small part of front board; of a limited edition of 1050 numbered copies for america, of which 1000 are for sale, this copy is number 290; INSCRIBED on limitation page; plates clear of age marks, a few fingerprint smudges present on other pages; mild shelfwear and bumping; shelved alcove 1.
Philadelphia: J. M. Stoddart & Company, 1831. Second edition. Set of small octavos in brown leather; VG/G; boards show some soiling and shelf wear with fraying around spines not affecting binding; vol. 3 has front page detached; previous owner's inscription on ffep; bookstore tiny sticker; paer discolored and foxed; text clean; last end page of vol. 2 has a tear; contains numerous engraved illustrations throughout; scarce in three volumes; shelved under counter; please contact us for shipping costs.
London: Seeley, Jackson, and Halliday, 1874. Octavo; pp 252; VG-; reddish brown spine with gilt lettering; cloths has slight sunning to exterior, rubbing to edges and corners; gilt title to front with embossed gilt and black design; all gilt edged textblock; previous bookshops' stickers to pastedowns, cracking to gutters, slightly loose binding; with 20 etchings; RL consignment; Shelved case 13.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1920. 784/2000. Octavo; pp 367; G+/no-DJ; beige spine with blue text; limited edition, this is number 784 of 2000 copies; cloth spine with papered boards; spine has darkened somewhat; boards show moderate soiling to exterior; heavy rubbing to edges; text block has age toning to exterior edges; deckled fore edges; slight toning to interior; frontispiece; illustrated; minor cracking to binding at pp 163, 211, 226 and 290.
Boston: Godine, 1971. First/Limited Edition. Approx. 8.5" x 11.75" VG hardcover in black quarter-leather with gilt lettering in VG dark denim blue slipcase with marbled olive/blue paper-covered sides. This copy is one in a Limited Edition of 100, quarter-leather bound by hand; the artist has SIGNED on the colophon and hand-numbered this copy #XVII. Rubbing to corners and spine ends of slipcase and boards with mild color loss to marbled sides of case. Interior clean and tight throughout. Shelve with Folio Society.
Rodez, France: Editions Subervie, 1997. First Edition. Folio, 112 pages, [5 pages], VG-; white paper boards, black lettering: mild bumping to head and tail, chipping to tail at hinges, mail dent to front board, light overall wear to boards, very light scuff marks/minor imperfections to back board; minimal text-block clean; starting hinge between pages 8-9, boards somewhat shaken, binding sturdy; very occasional minor imperfections to margins of interior, text and gloss photographic plates unaffected; numerous black-and-white and full-color gloss photographic plates of cows and the occasional chicken; text in French; housed in VG- slipcase, black-and-white gradient spine to slipcase with black lettering; shelved front table.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1972. First Edition, First Printing. large Octavo, 71 pages; VG-; green and white spine with white lettering; bumping to lower fore corner, mild wear and rubbing to boards; Scribner's 'A' on copyright page; a pictorial guide of Jane Goodall's and Hugo van Lawick's son's, Hugo Eric Louis, first two years.; shelved case 10.
Australia: Surrey, Beaty and Sons Pty Limited, 1989. 2 large quartos in cloth with DJ's. Both VG/VG-. Shelf and edge wear to both DJ's. Small closed tears on ends of DJ spine. Large closed tear on bottom front corner of DJ spine. Both volumes contain black and white charts, illustrations and a few color photos. Both volumes are 130 pages combined. Shelve on front table. DJ spines are gold with black text.
Ithaca, New York: James Law, F.R.D.V.S. [Published by the Author), 1910. Third Edition, Revised to Date [Vol. I], Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged [Vol. II, III, IV]. 8vos. VG-/ - no DJ. fading red clothbound volumes, stamped with tiny gilt capitals, each volume sunned upon main red cloth spine, between puckered and pushed in fabric at tip and worn tail. exposure and shelving show on main boards also, each volume is framed on front/rear boards, blind-stamped twice. panel edges are roughened, especially bottom edges and abraded corners. Vol. I - IV have neat ivory, no markings to endsheets. blank page prior to title page has ink name of previous owner. dust soiling and fading to much of exterior panels. all joints intact, as are all the smoothed over hinges. the interior is a basic ivory throughout, clear with no markings, margins likewise. outer edges for this set are smooth and tanned, age toning shows as dull yellowing, the head-edge is dull, discolored and murky gray. FOUR VOLUME SET, MISSING VOLUME FIVE. as is. each volume separately paginated: Vol. I : 559 pp., Vol II: 595 pp., Vol III : 611 pp., Vol. IV : 718 pp.
San Diego: Academic Press, 1997. First. Folio; VG/VG; Green spine with blue text; DJ has slight shelfwear; Boards have slight shelfwear, otherwise clean and strong; Textblock has general edgewear; Volume 5 only; pp 669. Additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.