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The Natural History of Pigeons. Naturalist's Library Vol IX Ornithology
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The Natural History of Pigeons. Naturalist's Library Vol IX Ornithology

By Prideauxx John Selby

Edinburgh: W H Lizars A good to very good copy of the second 'Popular' edition of Pigeons with hand coloured vignette title and 30 hand coloured plates from drawings by Edward Lear. Undated but circa 1845. Improvements in printing and materials enabled Lizars to reissue the Naturalist's Library at lower cost while retaining the original text and plates. This volume has added text - a section on rearing, feeding and management of domestic pigeons. The red cloth binding is in very good condition. It is complete, sound and clean. The cloth is faded to the spine, which is pulled - particularly to the top where there is the beginnings of a split, and the corners have some bumping and wear. The original endpapers are present. Contents: half title; frontispiece with guard; vignette title; title; contents; memoir and text 252pp with 30 plates. Contents are very clean and bright. The gather at pp 114-226 has loose stitching.

$129.11

The Birds of Iona and Mull 1852-70. With a Memoir of the Author
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The Birds of Iona and Mull 1852-70. With a Memoir of the Author

By Henry Davenport Graham, J A Harvie-Brown (editor)

Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1890 A good to very good copy illustrated with numerous drawings by the author. In the original green cloth binding with gilt titles to spine. Top page edges gilt. The spine is faded with pulling and some fraying to the top and bottom. Both boards have slight marking with the back board having a small cloth scuff. Corners lightly bumped and with wear. Internally there is some early splitting at the front endpaper joint. Contents: title with signature to top, decorative title with crease to tissue guard, prefaces, contents and illustration list pp xv; half title Memoir text pp 3-34; half title letters; text pp 37-186; half title extracts from diaries; text pp 189-276; index 277-279; and publisher's catalogue dated October 1890 at the rear. Memoir and diary extracts profusely illustrated with Graham's drawings. Original page marker present - detached. Contents generally in very good clean condition.

$129.11

The Natural Histor of the Birds of Great Britain and Ireland Vols I-IV: Birds of Prey; Incessores; Rasores and Grallatores; and Natatores
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The Natural Histor of the Birds of Great Britain and Ireland Vols I-IV: Birds of Prey; Incessores; Rasores and Grallatores; and Natatores

By Sir William Jardine

Edinburgh: W H Lizars, 1838 A complete 4 volume set of the Birds of Great Britain from the Naturalist's Library. With 4 black and white frontispieces; 4 vignette title pages of which 2 are hand coloured; and 129 hand coloured plates. This set has been rebound in plain green cloth with gilt lettering to the spine. The page edges have been trimmed and marbled and new endpapers added. The bindings are in near fine clean condition. Vol I: Birds of Prey - frontispiece portrait of Sibbald; black and white vignette title page; plain title 1838; advert; contents listing; memoir and text 315pp; 34 hand coloured plates at the rear. Vol II: Incessores - frontispiece portrait of Smellie; hand coloured vignette title page; title 1839; advert; contents; memoir and text 409pp; and 30 hand coloured plates at the rear. Vol III: Rasores and Grallatores - frontispiece portrait of Walker; hand coloured vignette title page; plain title 1842; advert; contents list; memoir and text 349pp and 34 hand coloured plates. Vol IV: Natatores - title 1843; frontispiece portrait of Wilson; vignette title page; advert; contents list; memoir and text 313pp; note to binder and 31 hand coloured plates. Contents are in very good to near fine condition. In Vol I plate 22 has been bound the wrong way so the top of a bird's head is trimmed and there is also a small piece missing from the gutter which does not affect the image. In Vol III plate 13 has slight loss to one edge. In Vol IV the plate paper is lightly toned and in some plates, the rough edge between plates on the original plate paper is showing.

$387.33

The Natural History of Sun-birds. The Naturalist's Library Vol V Ornithology Sun-birds
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The Natural History of Sun-birds. The Naturalist's Library Vol V Ornithology Sun-birds

By Sir William Jardine

Edinburgh: W H Lizars A very good copy of a scarce title from the Naturalist's Library in the original decorative cloth binding, with black and white frontispiece, hand-coloured vignette title page, and 30 further hand coloured plates. This copy is undated but is the Lizars 'Popular Edition' circa 1845. Advances in printing meant that the Naturalists' Library could be reissued at less cost so this edition retains the plates and text from the first. The red cloth binding has gilt decoration and blind stamped design to the front board and gilt decoration and titles to the spine. It has been rebacked and the cloth polished at the same time, so it is very bright and clean. There is light corner wear. The original endpapers have been retained with reinforcement at the joint in cloth matching the boards. There is a pencil signature to the fep. Contents: frontispiece with tissue guard; hand coloured vignette title; title; contents list; memoir; and text 277 pp with 30 hand coloured plates. In very good clean condition with light toning to plate edges.

$180.75

Beautiful Birds. Their Natural History, Habits &c. Series I-III
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Beautiful Birds. Their Natural History, Habits &c. Series I-III

By Robert Tyas

London : Houlston and Wright A scarce complete set of Beautiful Birds in 3 volumes with 36 hand coloured plates by James Andrews. Undated but circa 1855. In the original gilt decorated blue cloth bindings with all page edges gilt. Vols I and II have been rebacked retaining most of the original spines and all have professional reinforcement to the endpaper joints. All have the decorative bookplate of Graham Watson to the front pastedown. The pagination in Vols I and II is unusual in that some of it is in 16 page sections, suggesting that these were first issues distributed in parts. Vol I: binding bright to front board, rear board with scuffing; bump to top front corner. Internally gift inscription to fep. Contents: frontispiece with tissue guard, title, ad, contents and plate list (with each plate ticked), introduction pp xx; text with 11 further plates and pp numbered 1-92; 1-16; 1-16; 1-16; 1-15; 1-16; 1-16 - this numbering is reflected in the contents listing. Contents in very good clean condition. Vol II: bumping to top corners. Contents: half title, frontispiece with tissue guard, title, ad, contents and plate list; text with 11 further colour plates and numbered 1-16; 1-16; 1-16; 1-16; 113-192 - this numbering is reflected in the contents pages. Torn tissue guard to second plate, contents in very good clean condition. Vol III: binding in original condition with wear to the top and bottom of the spine. The decoration to the front board differs from that of Vols I and II. Contents: gift inscription from 1861 to fep; frontispiece with tissue guard, title, ad, contents and plate list; text pages 1-198 with 11 further plates. In very good clean condition.

$361.51

The Natural History of Parrots. The Naturalist's Library. Ornithology. Vol VI
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The Natural History of Parrots. The Naturalist's Library. Ornithology. Vol VI

By Prideaux J Selby, Sir William Jardine [editor]

EDINBURGH: W H LIZARS, 1836 A good copy of the first edition with 30 hand coloured plates engraved from drawings by Edward Lear. In original publisher's cobbled brown (originally purple) cloth binding with gilt titles to spine. The binding has been rebacked retaining the original spine and is sound and clean. There is some fading to spine and board edges and slight bumping to corners. The original green endpapers are present with the bookplate of Francis Hemming, the noted entomologist to the front pastedown. The fep has some fraying and damage and the endpaper joints have been repaired. Contents: half title; black and white frontispiece portrait of Thomas Bewick and tissue guard; hand coloured vignette title page with 2 parrots; 2 further title pages; an advertisement extolling the virtues of Edward Lear's pictures; contents listing; Memoir of Thomas Bewick (by the Reverend Turner); text with 30 hand coloured plates; and publisher's catalogues bound at the rear. One of these is a prospectus for the Naturalist's Library and advertises the next 2 volumes to be published: Birds of West Africa. A large number of the text pages are unopened. There is browning to top margins and general light toning to paper. The plates are generally bright and clean - plate 1 has a small mark to the side. All the plates have tissue guards - some have considerable offsetting from the plates. There is a very slight musty/smokey smell when the book is opened.

$413.15

A History of British Birds. The figures engraved on wood by Thomas Bewick. Parts I & II
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A History of British Birds. The figures engraved on wood by Thomas Bewick. Parts I & II

By Thomas Bewick

Newcastle, London: Printed by Edward Walker, for T Bewick and sold by him and Longman and Co, 1809 A very good copy of the 3rd edition of Bewick's birds, with the 2 parts, Land Birds and Water Birds, in one volume as issued. This copy is in a contemporary full leather binding, with raised bands, gilt decoration and title label to spine; and gilt decoration to board edges. There is some scuffing and wear, particularly to the side edge of the front board and to corners, but the binding is sound and clean. Endpapers marbled. Contents: title part I; preface, introduction, technical terms, contents for part I and II pp xlii; text pp 43-327; vignette; title part II, preface, introduction pp xviii; text pp 19-360 finis. The second part has the Green Sandpiper at p 100 and is also slightly misbound: 241-251....266-246...250-267. Contents in very good clean condition with the usual light toning and odd mark.

$316.32

The Naturalist's Library, Ornithology. Vol. X. Flycatchers
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The Naturalist's Library, Ornithology. Vol. X. Flycatchers

By William Swainson, Sir William Jardine - editor

EDINBURGH: W H LIZARS, 1838 A very good copy of the 1st edition in the original publisher's cloth binding with 31 hand coloured plates and a hand coloured vignette title page. The binding has been rebacked, retaining the original spine, and is bright, clean and sound. The corners have light wear and there is some fading to edges as usual. The original green endpapers have been retained with repair. Contents: half title; black and white frontispiece portrait of Haller with tissue guard; hand coloured vignette title page with picture of Green Tody; 2 further title pages; advert; contents listing; Memoir of Baron Haller; text; and 31 hand coloured plates bound at the rear. Most of the text pages are unopened. There is light toning to page edges and the plate paper is lightly toned. Plates well coloured with offsetting to tissue guards. There are small repairs to 2 tissue guards and plate 31 lacks a guard.

$154.93

The Natural History of Gallinaceous Birds. The Naturalist's Library. Ornithology. Vol.III
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The Natural History of Gallinaceous Birds. The Naturalist's Library. Ornithology. Vol.III

By Sir William Jardine

EDINBURGH: W H LIZARS, 1834 A good to very good copy of the 1st edition of Volume I of Gallinaceous Birds (covering varieties of domestic and wild fowl eg turkeys, pheasants), in the publisher's brown cloth binding. With black and white frontispiece portrait of Aristotle; hand coloured vignette title page with a picture of a cockerel; 2 further title pages; contents listing; Memoir of Aristotle; and text with black and white illustrations and 30 hand coloured plates. 29 plates are listed in the contents index but there are 2 versions of plate 18. 32pp of advertisements and a 4 page yellow geographical works advert at the rear. The cloth binding is in good condition, being clean with light fading to the spine. The spine has some pulling and the bottom corners are bumped. There is small indentation to the top edge of the front board. The original green watermarked endpapers are present. Contents are very clean and some text is unopened. The frontispiece lacks its tissue guard. Stitching is visible at some points and slgihtly wobbly.

$154.93

The Natural History of the Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. Part II. Incessores. The Naturalist's Library, Ornithology Vol.X
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The Natural History of the Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. Part II. Incessores. The Naturalist's Library, Ornithology Vol.X

By Sir William Jardine

EDINBURGH: W H LIZARS, 1839 A very good copy of the 1st edition of Part II of Birds of Great Britain and Ireland in the original publisher's cloth binding. This volume covers a range of familiar birds from bullfinches to wrens. Contents: volume listing; half title; black and white frontispiece portrait of William Smellie with tissue guard; hand coloured vignette title page showing a robin; 2 further title pages; publisher's advert; contents listing; Memoir of William Smellie; text with black and white illustrations and 30 hand coloured plates bound at the rear. The original binding has been rebacked, relaying the original spine, and is sound and tight. There is light scuffing to the boards, which have wear to corners with some cloth loss, and fading towards the edges. New endpapers have been added. Contents are very clean with light toning to page edges and the very occasional spot. The plates are without tissue guards.

$154.93

The Natural History of Pigeons. The Naturalist's Library, Ornithology Vol V Gallinaceous Birds, Part III
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The Natural History of Pigeons. The Naturalist's Library, Ornithology Vol V Gallinaceous Birds, Part III

By Prideaux John Selby, Andrew Crichton, Sir William Jardine - editor

EDINBURGH: W H LIZARS, 1835 A very good copy of the first edition in the original publisher's cloth binding with 30 hand coloured plates of pigeons from drawings by Edward Lear. Lear provided the illustrations for Pigeons and Parrots in the Naturalist's Library, and his work is distinctive for its accuracy combined with an ability to make the subject seem alive. Contents: volume listing; half title with signature to top; black and white frontispiece portrait of Pliny with tissue guard; hand coloured vignette title page with ring pigeons; 2 further title pages; publisher's advert; contents listing; Memoir of Pliny by Andrew Crichton; and text with black and white illustrations and 30 hand coloured plates. Publisher's catalogues at the rear. The binding is faded to spine and board edges. The spine is slightly cocked with pulling at the top and bottom. Bottom corners bumped. Internally the original green endpapers are present with repair to the front join and a small hole in the rear endpaper join. Plates and text are very clean with beautiful colouring to the plates. There is the occasional spot, mostly to tissue-guards, with one section of spotty text. A couple of gathers are slightly loose but the book is sound. The original owner has written the latin name of each bird neatly on its accompanying tissue guard. Light toning to text and plate edges.

$206.58

The Ornithologist\'s Guide to the Islands of Orkney and Shetland.
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The Ornithologist's Guide to the Islands of Orkney and Shetland.

By Robert Dunn

London: Printed by Richard Tayor for the Author, 1837 A fair copy of the 1st edition in contemporary full leather binding with black and white frontispiece and folding map of Shetland. Classed as 'fair' because it lacks the map of Orkney. It is otherwise in very good clean condition. Robert Dunn titles himself as an 'animal-preserver' - which, sadly, does not mean that he was a conservationist. The book is a full account of his travels and the various species that he encountered and then shot (and presumably stuffed when he was back home). The binding is in very good condition with faded gilt titles down the spine and plain boards with ruled lines to edges. It has general wear to spine joints and edges and a small scuff and a mark to the front board. The original endpapers are present - there is a small split developing at the rear endpaper joint. Contents with advertising sheet; half title; frontispiece; title page - with small signature to the top; dedication; introduction; notice to subscribers; folding map of Shetland; text 128pp; 2 final blanks. Very clean internally.

$284.04

The Natural History of Humming Birds. Volumes I & II. The Naturalist's Library. Ornithology.
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The Natural History of Humming Birds. Volumes I & II. The Naturalist's Library. Ornithology.

By Sir William Jardine

EDINBURGH: W H LIZARS, 1834 1st edition, second printing, of humming birds in the original publisher's cloth bindings, with 64 hand coloured plates. The bindings are sound and clean. Both have been rebacked preserving the original spine. Vol I has slight bubbling to the cloth; a bump to the rear bottom corner; a small lighter spot on the front board and fading to edges and spine. Vol II has some wear and bumping to corners; the front board has mottling and some fading to edges. The original green endpapers are present in both volumes with repair. Vol I: frontispiece black and white portrait of 'Linnaeus in his Lapland Dress'; hand coloured vignette title page; 2 further title pages dated 1834 (a year after the first printing); publisher's advert; contents listing; Memoir of Linnaeus; and text with black and white illustrations and 34 hand coloured plates bound at the rear; 23pp publisher's catalogue. Vol.II: half title; black and white frontispiece portrait of Pennant; hand coloured vignette title page; 2 further title pages dated 1833 together with an additional title page for Vol I; contents listing; advert; Memoir of Pennant; text with 30 hand coloured plates; synopsis; index; and a range of publisher's adverts - 166 pages in all. Vol I has foxing, particularly to the early pages and to the page edges. The plates have light brown toning, but Plate I is very browned. There is the odd spot to plates but this is mostly to the verso. 5 plates lack tissue guards. Vol II is brighter, and although with occasional spotting eg initial text, gutter to pp 30-35; the plates are generally bright and clean. Plates 1 and 2 have a couple of spots with more spots to verso and tissue guards; plates 27 and 28 have a couple of small spots. Please enquire if you would like to see additional images. As usual with editions bound in the publisher's cloth, page edges are untrimmed.

$490.62

The Natural History of Humming Birds. Volumes I & II. The Naturalist's Library. Ornithology.
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The Natural History of Humming Birds. Volumes I & II. The Naturalist's Library. Ornithology.

By Sir William Jardine

EDINBURGH: W H LIZARS, 1833 1st edition in the original publisher's binding, with 64 hand coloured plates. Humming birds Vol I was the first volume issued in the Naturalist's Library, and this copy of Vol I has a 'Notice of the Naturalist's Library' by Professor Rennie extolling the virtues of the new series, making it a first issue. Both volumes are in their original state with the publisher's (now brown) cloth binding with gilt titles to spine, and green endpapers with the Naturalists' Library watermark to the front endpaper. Both volumes have some fading to the spine and edges, and light pulling to the spine. Corners lightly bumped. Vol I has a couple of small idents to the side of the boards. Vol I has an armorial bookplate of Sir Henry Jardine (1766-1851, related to Sir William Jardine) to the front pastedown. Contents: notice for the series; adverts for North American Ornithology; half title; frontispiece black and white portrait of Linnaeus; hand coloured vignette title page; one further title page; contents listing; advert; Memoir of Linnaeus; and text with black and white illustrations and 34 hand coloured plates - 147 pages in all; publisher's adverts to rear. Vol.II: half title; black and white frontispiece portrait of Pennant; hand coloured vignette title page; 3 further title pages (one for insertion into Vol I); contents listing; advert; Memoir of Pennant; text with 30 hand coloured plates; synopsis; index; and publisher's advert - 166 pages in all. Both volumes are generally clean. Vol I has some lettering and a little grubbiness to the front pastedown and some light unobtrusive foxing in places. The rear free endpaper has the imprint of some figures. Vol II has some offsetting and spotting to tissue guards and the occasional spotting to plates. Both are very good copies. Please ask for additional images if you would like to further assess condition.

$671.37

Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. Order Passeres, complete in two volumes
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Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. Order Passeres, complete in two volumes

By Arthur G Butler

London : Caxton Publishing Company A good copy, complete with 115 colour-printed plates in new quarter cloth binding with marbled boards. Undated but 1907/8. The plates by Henrik Gronvold and Frederick Frohawk are beautiful. The binding is 'as new' with new endpapers.Top page edges gilt, remainder untrimmed. Contents - Vol I: 4 plates of eggs; title page; contents list; introduction; text with 56 plates; 210pp. Vol II: 4 plates of eggs; title page; contents; text with 51 plates; appendix; index 215pp. Text pages with some spotting, particularly to top margins, and light toning towards edges. Plates with tissue guards, some of which are creased or with slight damage. Plates themselves clean and mostly not affected by spotting. Contents slight dusty smell on opening.

$342.14

The Natural History of the Nectariniadae, or Sun-Birds.
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The Natural History of the Nectariniadae, or Sun-Birds.

By Sir William Jardine

Edinburgh: W H Lizars, 1843 A good copy of the 1st edition of Sun-Birds from Jardine's Naturalists' Library in the original brown cloth binding. With hand-coloured vignette title page and 30 hand-coloured plates at the rear. Sun-Birds is one of the scarcer titles in the series. The binding has been rebacked, relaying the original spine, so it is sound and tight. There is slight fading to edges and some corner bumping, but overall the binding is in very good condition. New endpapers. Contents: volume listing; frontispiece portrait of Willoughby; vignette title page; 2 further title pages; advert; contents; text and 30 plates at the rear. There is no plate numbered 28, but there are 2 different versions of plate 29. The text pages are very brown-toned, particularly at the top and side margin. The odd corner has been turned over. The plate paper is also toned, although less than the text. There is some marking around the margins of plates. Plate 21 has an old crease at the top corner. Please enquire if you would like to see further images to assess condition.

$284.04

British Tits
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British Tits

By C M Perrins

London : Collins, 1979 A very good copy of the 1st edition in fair wrapper. Part of Collins' New Naturalist series. The wrapper has some staining (more noticeable on the verso) and some nibbling/tearing, with a little loss. It is in a removable protective wrap. Binding bright and clean with light bumping to corners. Contents in very good clean condition with light toning to page edges. Slight musty odour - book appears to have been in storage for a while.

$12.91

The Natural History of Game Birds. The Naturalist's Library. Ornithology. Vol IV. Gallinaceous Birds, Part II.
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The Natural History of Game Birds. The Naturalist's Library. Ornithology. Vol IV. Gallinaceous Birds, Part II.

By Sir William Jardine

Edinburgh: W H Lizars, 1834 A fair copy of the 1st edition in the original publisher's cloth binding with 30 hand coloured plates of game birds. With half title; black and white frontispiece portrait of Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles; hand coloured vignette title page with red grouse; 2 further title pages; advert; contents listing; Memoir of Raffles; text with 30 hand coloured plates; and publisher's catalogue bound at the rear. The binding is in very good condition with bright gilt title label and only slight sunning to the spine and a couple of very faint small marks to the back board. The original endpapers are present. The contents are generally clean but the stitching is beginning to fail, so the book is currently sound but some sections are wobbly, and it will require repair at some point. There is no tissue-guard between the frontispiece and the vignette title page, so there is some spotting to both. Otherwise, plates are clean and text is generally clean with some toning to edges and the occasional light mark.

$142.02

A New Dictionary of Natural History; or, Compleat Universal Display of Animated Nature with accurate representations of the most curious and beautiful animals, elegantly coloured
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A New Dictionary of Natural History; or, Compleat Universal Display of Animated Nature with accurate representations of the most curious and beautiful animals, elegantly coloured

By William Frederic Martyn

London : Harrison and Co , 1785 A rare and beautiful introduction to natural history. In 2 folio volumes with 99 (of 100) hand coloured plates by Moses Harris and others after his style. Martyn is a pseudonym for William Fordyce Mavor, who authored a wide range of works. The books are set out alphabetically, with the plates reflecting this classification, so they can portray lizards and lynx side by side on the same plate. The pages are double column and unpaginated. The text for each animal is thoughtfully put together eg for the guinea pig 'The Guinea-Pig is a very cleanly creature and totally different from that that affords it a name....Guinea-Pigs repose on their bellies, pretty much in their usual posture...'. The plates are nicely coloured and the ones by Moses Harris (butterflies, moths and shells) are particularly well drawn. This copy is in a contemporary half leather binding with marbled boards. The half leather corners have been replaced with a paper cover. There is some wear to boards and corners but overall they are in good condition. The spines are leather with raised bands and gilt decoration. There are title and volume labels. There is some wear to joints, particularly on Vol I, where there is some cracking at the front hinge, but the bindings are currently sound. Contents generally clean with occasional marking and some edge tearing. There are some pencil notes at the beginning of both volumes. The paper used in this work is particularly soft and prone to edge-tearing. Vol I: red and black title page; Preface; covers A-K; 55 plates; new rear endpaper. A couple of plates have margin/edge tears - Plate I has tear at the top margin with a small piece missing at the corner and a tear at the bottom margin again missing corners; Plate XLVII has a small piece missing from the bottom edge and a repair. The title page has a small hole and 2 repaired edge tears. Vol II: 44 of 45 plates; title page in red and black; text and plates L-Z; 2pp listing of plates; Finis. There is some offsetting from plates to text, occasional browning to pages; and some edge-tearing. Please enquire if you would like more images to assess condition.

$3227.75

The Naturalist's Library. Ornithology. Vol XIV. Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. Part IV. Natatores
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The Naturalist's Library. Ornithology. Vol XIV. Birds of Great Britain and Ireland. Part IV. Natatores

By Sir William Jardine

EDINBURGH: W H LIZARS, 1843 A good copy of the 1st edition of the final volume in Jardine's Naturalist's Library in the original publisher's binding. This volume covers the Natatores which include seagulls, puffins and ducks. With volume listing; black and white frontispiece portrait of Wilson; black and white vignette title page of seagulls; 2 further title pages; publisher's advert; contents listing; Memoir of Alexander Wilson; text with black and white illustrations; directions for the binder; and 31 hand coloured plates. A set of title pages for the entire series is also bound in. This was done in case subscribers wanted to rebind their sets using title pages with the same date - 1843. The binding is in good to very good condition. It has some fading and a little pulling to the spine and is slightly shaken. The top of the spine is beginning to fray a little. The top corners of the boards are slightly bumped. The original green endpapers are present. Text is clean with the occasional spot. Some initial plates are without tissue guards or have spotty guards, and they have some browning to the edges. Later plates are better - paper has some light toning to edges. There is a small mark to the rear pastedown.

$167.84

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