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On the Origin and Metamorphoses of Insects. by  Sir John: Lubbock - Hardcover - from Graham Newland (Natural History Books) (SKU: 1749)

On the Origin and Metamorphoses of Insects.

On the Origin and Metamorphoses of Insects. by  Sir John: Lubbock - Hardcover - from Graham Newland (Natural History Books) (SKU: 1749)

On the Origin and Metamorphoses of Insects.

by Lubbock, Sir John:

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About This Item

London: Macmillan and Co., (1873) 1895. . Reprint. Cr. 8vo pp. xvi + 1-108. Original cloth, frontispiece, 6 plates, 60 text figs. Very slight wear to head/tail of spine and tips, small crease to f.e.p. and title page, otherwise a VG+ clean, tightly bound copy, the text and illustrations are virtually as new. (Macmillan Nature Series). .

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Bookseller
Graham Newland (Natural History Books) GB (GB)
Bookseller Inventory #
1749
Title
On the Origin and Metamorphoses of Insects.
Author
Lubbock, Sir John:
Book condition
Used
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
London: Macmillan and Co., (1873) 1895.
Bookseller catalogs
Invertebrates; previously owned;

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Graham Newland (Natural History Books)

We are able to offer the following purchase options: 1. For overseas customers our preferred method of payment is via PayPal, using Visa, Visa Delta, Visa Electron, Switch, Solo or MasterCard. (please note that we DO NOT PROCESS CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS DIRECTLY). 2. Cheque or money order in �Sterling drawn on a UK bank account (please make payable to G. NEWLAND). 3. Cash in �Sterling, US dollars and Euros (subject to current exchange rates). Shipping/postage and handling/packaging is charged extra. All items listed in our inventory are subject to prior sale, please contact us before placing your order to confirm availability and shipping options. We will reserve books for 7 days pending a decision. We make every effort to describe our stock as carefully and accurately as possible, detailing any noticeable defects. If however, any item is considered not to match our description, we will accept returns by prior arrangement (within 7 days of receipt). All items remain the property of Graham Newland (Natural History Books) until paid for in full. We offer a free 'no obligation' book search service for scarce and difficult to obtain items.

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About Graham Newland (Natural History Books)

We are mail order Natural History book sellers, offering new, used and antiquarian stock, specialising in literature on herpetology and ichthyology. At the present time our business is conducted by mail order only and we regret that we are unable to accommodate visitors.

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