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The Ultimate Guide to Backyard Bugs: Garden Insects of North American
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The Ultimate Guide to Backyard Bugs: Garden Insects of North American

By Whitney Cranshaw

Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2004. Fifth printing. Paperback. Near Fine. Quarto 10" tall, 656 pages with intertextual illustrations + color plates, stiff wraps. A near fine, clean, neat soft cover edition with light shelf wear; hinges and binding tight, paper white.

$19.00

The American Agriculturist; Volume XX (20), Number 12; December, 1861; Transcontinental Telegraph; international sales for breadstuff; care of cows before calving; humbugs in the sity; Fowler's Steam Plow at work; green-houses for the people--iii; socks for soldiers; Christmas trees; Index to volume XX

By Orange Judd (editor)

New York, New York: Orange Judd, 1861. First edition. Tabloid. Good +. Single issue original issue; small tabloid 13" tall, pages 353 to 378 plus vi index pages. A good copy overall. Paper moderately yellowed and still supple, but with significant chipping and some insect damage to spine, light exterior soiling ; interior very good

$35.00

The American Agriculturist; Volume XXI (21), Number 3; March, 1862; Making Poultry profitable; what does it cost to keep a horse; cultivation of the oat; cabbage growing; etc

By Orange Judd (editor)

New York, New York: Orange Judd, 1862. First edition. Tabloid. Very good. Single issue original issue; small tabloid 13" tall, pages 65 to 96. A very good copy overall; paper moderately yellowed and still supple, but with some chipping to spine margin, most at back side where the mailing fold was exposed light exterior soiling interior otherwise very good

$25.00

The American Agriculturist; Volume XXI (21), Number 5; May, 1862; The Agricultural Bureau; rotation of crops; driving horses--holding the reins; Concentrated manures; annual cost of keeping a horse Tim Bunker on the Horn Ail; Mule raising, first-rate mole traop; sheep tending; the apple orchard; etc

By Orange Judd (editor)

New York, New York: Orange Judd, 1862. First edition. Tabloid. Good . Single issue original issue; small tabloid 13" tall, pages 129 to 160. A good copy overall. Paper moderately yellowed and still supple, but with significant chipping and insect damage to spine, especially at the top and bottom edges--but mostly just to the margin, light exterior soiling and insect spotting to the exterior fore-margins, cover pages loose at spine; interior otherwise very good but for the insect holes in the top and bottom gutter

$19.00

The American Agriculturist; Volume XXI (21), Number 1; January, 1862; The straw yard; winter feeding and care of animals; French and German asters; etc

By Orange Judd (editor)

New York, New York: Orange Judd, 1862. First edition. Tabloid. Good . Single issue original issue; small tabloid 13" tall, pages 1 to 32. A good copy overall. Paper moderately yellowed and still supple, but with significant chipping and insect damage to spine, light exterior soiling but dampstaining at spine margin and interior gutter, mostly visible from back side ; interior otherwise very good but for the insect holes in the gutter

$19.00

Perennials for American Gardens
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Perennials for American Gardens

By Ruth Rogers Clausen and Nicolas H. Ekstrom

New York, New York: Random House, 1989. First edition. Hardcover--illustrated boards.. Near fine/Very good. Quarto, 9 1/2" tall, 631 pages with color illustration throughout, green cloth. A near fine, clean, neat hard cover with light shelf wear but slight color fading to the cover cloth edges; binding tight, paper white. In a near fine, lightly worn dust jacket with the original price present. This is a large and heavy volume and will require additional postage

$12.50

Creative Vegetable Gardening: accenting your vegetables with flowers
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Creative Vegetable Gardening: accenting your vegetables with flowers

By Joy Larkcom

New York, New York: Abbeville, 1997. First printing. Hardcover--cloth. Near fine/Near fine. Quarto, 10 1/4" tall, 208 pages, green boards. A near fine, clean, neat hard cover first edition with little shelf wear; hinges binding tight, paper cream white. In a near fine, lightly edgeworn dust jacket, with original price present.

$16.50

Gardener's World: the History, the Beauty, the Riches of the

By Josephine von Miklos & Evelyn Fiore

New York, New York: Four Winds Press, 1969. First printing. Hardcover--cloth. Near fine/Very good. Quarto, 11 2/4" tall, 252 pages, blue-green boards; color and b&w photographs throughout. A near fine, clean and sturdy hardcover overall with light shelf wear and rubbing primarily at the corners, slight color fading to the cloth edges; hinges and binding tight, paper lightly yellowed. In a very good dust jacket with slight edge wear and original price present.

$14.50

Annual and Biennial Garden Plants; their value and uses: with full instructions for their cultivation

By A. E. Speer

London, England: John Murray, 1911. First edition. Decorative Cloth. Good +/Without dust jacket. Octavo, 9 1/4" tall; xx + 256 pages + color and black and white plates; gilt titles on red cloth. A good plus original hard cover over all with moderate shelf wear, rubbing at the corners, spine cloth fraying at top and bottom edges; hinges cracked but secure, internal binding solid, paper light to moderately yellowed BUT foxing to the endpapers and margins throughout, and a previous owner's bookplate. Without dust jacket

$12.50

The Orchard Almanac: a Spraysaver Guide

By Stephen Page & Joseph Smillie; illustrations by Polly Warren

Rockport, Maine: Spraysaver Publications, 1986. First printing. Pictorial Wraps. Near fine. Octavo, 8 2/3" tall, 145 pages with black and white illustration, stiff wraps. A near fine, clean, neat soft cover with light shelf wear, binding tight, paper white.

$8.50

Crockett's Tool Shed: Jim Crockett's Guide to the Best in Gardening Equipment
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Crockett's Tool Shed: Jim Crockett's Guide to the Best in Gardening Equipment

By James Underwood Crockett [Jim]

Boston, Massachusetts: Little, Brown & Co., 1979. First edition. Quarter-cloth. Near fine/very good. Quarto, 247 pages with intertextual black and white illustration, brown quarter-cloth spine. A near fine, clean, neat hard cover first edition with minor shelf wear; binding tight, paper white. In a very good, moderately worn dust jacket with the original price present

$12.50

The Flower Educator for Gardeners and Growers: How to know to plant to grow flowers, plants, hedges & lawns.

By Edward C. Vick

New York, New York: Theo. Audel & Co., 1928. First edition. Decorative Cloth. Good. "Presenting in a handy form a wealth of information, instructions and suggestions on planting, cultivating and prpagating flowers and plants together with practical and helpful illustrations, useful and valuable tables." Duodecimo, 6 1/2" tall; 585 pages + indexes and addenda; black titles on beige cloth. A good, sturdy, limp cloth volume, cover cloth light to moderately soiled, hinges cracked but secure, internal binding solid, paper moderately yellowed with light scattered finger soiling.

$12.50

Farm, Stock and Home: Vol. I (1), No. 11; April 15, 1885; published the 1st and 15th of every month

By J.H. Stevens and Horatio R. Owen (editors)

Minneapolis, Minnesota: Farm, Stock and Home Publishing, 1885. First edition. Tabloid. Very Good . Complete original single issue, with advertisements. Quarto 14 3/4" tall, pages 161 to 176 (16 pages) saddle fold, self wraps. A very good copy overall, paper lightly yellowed but still supple, with moderate edge wear, and light exterior soiling; interior clean,

$19.00

The CULTIVATOR: Vol. VI (6), No. 1; March, 1839; a monthly publication [Newspaper], devoted to Agriculture "For the improvement of the soil and the mind."

By J. Buel (editor)

Albany, New York: Buel, No. 3 Wasgington St., 1839. First edition. Tabloid--unbound. Good. Complete original single issue, quarto 14" tall, pages 9 to 32 (24 pages) saddle fold, self wraps. A good copy overall, paper lightly yellowed but still supple, with moderate edge wear and soiling at the fore-edge margin (primarily to the cover sheet and fold, but some damp staining and foxing, interior fairly clean, with the minor foxing

$16.50

Farm, Stock and Home: Vol. I (1), No. 5; January 15, 1885; published the 1st and 15th of every month

By J.H. Stevens and Horatio R. Owen (editors)

Minneapolis, Minnesota: Farm, Stock and Home Publishing, 1885. First edition. Tabloid. Very Good. Complete original single issue, with advertisements. Quarto 14 3/4" tall, pages 65 to 80 (16 pages) saddle fold, self wraps. A very good copy overall, paper lightly yellowed but still supple, with moderate edge wear and light exterior soiling; interior clean,

$19.00

Farm, Stock and Home: Vol. I (1), No. 8; March 1, 1885; published the 1st and 15th of every month

By J.H. Stevens and Horatio R. Owen (editors)

Minneapolis, Minnesota: Farm, Stock and Home Publishing, 1885. First edition. Tabloid. Very Good -. Complete original single issue, with advertisements. Quarto 14 3/4" tall, pages 113 to 128 (16 pages) saddle fold, self wraps. A very good minus copy overall, paper lightly yellowed but still supple, with moderate edge wear and light exterior soiling, spine fold roughed; interior clean,

$19.00

Farm, Stock and Home: Vol. I (1), No. 19; August 15, 1885; published the 1st and 15th of every month

By J.H. Stevens and Horatio R. Owen (editors)

Minneapolis, Minnesota: Farm, Stock and Home Publishing, 1885. First edition. Tabloid. Very Good . Complete original single issue, with advertisements. Quarto 14 3/4" tall, pages 289 to 304 (16 pages) saddle fold, self wraps. A very good copy overall, paper lightly yellowed but still supple, with moderate edge wear, and light exterior soiling, minor foxing to the fore-edge; interior clean,

$19.00

Farm, Stock and Home: Vol. I (1), No. 9; March 15, 1885; published the 1st and 15th of every month

By J.H. Stevens and Horatio R. Owen (editors)

Minneapolis, Minnesota: Farm, Stock and Home Publishing, 1885. First edition. Tabloid. Very Good . Complete original single issue, with advertisements. Quarto 14 3/4" tall, pages 129 to 144 (16 pages) saddle fold, self wraps. A very good copy overall, paper lightly yellowed but still supple, with moderate edge wear, a short edge tear, and light exterior soiling; interior clean,

$19.00

The CULTIVATOR: Vol. VI (6), No. 2; April, 1839; a monthly publication [Newspaper], devoted to Agriculture "For the improvement of the soil and the mind."

By J. Buel (editor)

Albany, New York: Buel, No. 3 Wasgington St., 1839. First printing. Tabloid--unbound. Very Good. Complete original single issue, quarto 14" tall, pages 33 to 48 (32 pages) saddle fold, self wraps. A very good copy overall, paper lightly yellowed but still supple, with moderate edge wear and soiling (primarily to the cover sheet and fold, some marginal damp staining and light foxing, interior fairly clean, with the minor foxing

$19.00

Farm, Stock and Home: Vol. I (1), No. 16; July 1, 1885; published the 1st and 15th of every month

By J.H. Stevens and Horatio R. Owen (editors)

Minneapolis, Minnesota: Farm, Stock and Home Publishing, 1885. First edition. Tabloid. Good . Complete original single issue, with advertisements. Quarto 14 3/4" tall, pages 241 to 256 (16 pages) saddle fold, self wraps. A good copy overall, paper lightly yellowed but still supple, with moderate edge wear, but spine roughed, some exterior soiling; interior marginal foxing.

$16.50

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