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Rariorum Africanurum Plantarum

by Jan Burmann

Condition: Poor +

Jan Burmann ( Joannis Burmanni ) 1738. First Edition
Very RARE book on plants of the Cape of Good Hope , by professor Jan Burmann of Amsterdam.Ten part( chapters) of descriptions with 100 page engraved etchings designed by Hendrik Cladius. There is a ancient Latin in-scripted personal letter from Burmann .
Book in Poor to Good Condition for its age. Some pages are tanned from ageing.Front and back Cover boards have bumped edges . This is a important study of South Africa Flora . For more info ,feel free to contact me on the condition of the book , admin @

  • Bookseller: Viewpoint Books ZA (ZA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: VP 3248
  • Title: Rariorum Africanurum Plantarum
  • Author: Jan Burmann
  • Illustrator: Hendrik Clauduis
  • Book condition: Used - Poor +
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Henricum Boussiere
  • Date published: 1738
  • Keywords: Africana


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