Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature.
by HUXLEY, Thomas H
- 19th c. bookplate; spine label tanned and soiled (one corner shipped); tight and sound.
Rochester, New York
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New York:: D. Appleton and Company,, 1863.. publisher's cloth with printed paper label on spine.. 19th c. bookplate; spine label tanned and soiled (one corner shipped); tight and sound.. 12mo,. Illustrated from engravings..
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- Jeffrey H. Marks Rare Books (US)
- Bookseller's Inventory #
- Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature.
- HUXLEY, Thomas H
- Illustrated from engravings.
- Publisher's cloth with printed paper label on spine.
- Book condition
- Used - 19th c. bookplate; spine label tanned and soiled (one corner shipped); tight and sound.
- D. Appleton and Company,
- Place of Publication
- New York:
- Date Published
- 184 + 8 pp. ads.
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