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FLORA OF MIDDLESEX A Topographical and Historical Account of The Plants Found in The County...With a Map
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FLORA OF MIDDLESEX A Topographical and Historical Account of The Plants Found in The County...With a Map

By Trimen, Henry; Dyer, William T. Thiselton

London: Robert Hardwicke, 1869. pp. xli, 428; hand-coloured folding map, publisher's green cloth binding with gilt letttering and decoration to the spine; light rubbing to extremities and spine a little dulled. Contents clean and tight, original patterned end papers, no inscriptions, minimal pencil marks in the text, pages clean and crisp, no foxing, hinges good and strong. A very good copy.. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. 19.5 x 13cm.

$80.98

DE LAMARCK'S EVENING PRIMROSE (Oenothera Lamarkiana_ on the Sandhills of St. Anne's-on-the Sea, North Lancashire
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DE LAMARCK'S EVENING PRIMROSE (Oenothera Lamarkiana_ on the Sandhills of St. Anne's-on-the Sea, North Lancashire

By Bailey, Charles

Manchester: The Manchester Field Club/Hinchliffe and Co. , 1907. A good to very good copy of the this rare publication inscribed to the C. E. Salmon, by the author to the front wrapper [C. E. Salmon noted botanist and author of 'Flora of Surrey']. 28 pages; 6 b/w photographic plates. Card covers with a little general wear, contents clean and tight, last plate with a little wear to the top right corner, not affecting image. A scarce item.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good.

$32.39

FLORA EDINENSIS or a Description of Plants growing near Edinburgh, arranged according to the Linnean System [with] "A list of the rarer Plants observed in the neighbourhood of Edinburgh" by Robert Maughan
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FLORA EDINENSIS or a Description of Plants growing near Edinburgh, arranged according to the Linnean System [with] "A list of the rarer Plants observed in the neighbourhood of Edinburgh" by Robert Maughan

By Greville, Robert Kaye [and] Maughan, Robert

Edinburgh: Printed for William Blackwood, 1824. pp. lxxxi, [1], 478. With four engraved plates at rear. Attractively bound in later green half-calf with green cloth boards, marbled end papers. Very good with light wear only, spine a little faded, but gilt remains bright. Contents clean and tight, a little wear to page edges, no inscriptions. A very good copy. Loosely inserted is a original paper extracted from a Journal "A list of the rarer Plants observed in the neighbourhood of Edinburgh" by Robert Maughan "read 9th December 1809"; unbound, pp. 215-248, very good. Re the main work: "A catalogue of the flowering and flowerless plants found within the environs of Edinburgh by botanist, Robert Kaye Greville (1794-1866). The list gives the Latin and English designations for each variety alongside place of origin and most common habitat. A fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Greville was said to have contributed more to cryptogamic botany than any other man in the field." . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo.

$118.77

HANDBOOK TO THE NATURAL HISTORY OF CAMBRIDGESHIRE
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HANDBOOK TO THE NATURAL HISTORY OF CAMBRIDGESHIRE

By Marr, J. E.; Shipley, A. E. (Eds)

Cambridge: Cambridge at the University Press, 1904. pp. vi, [2], 260 + publisher's 32-page catalogue; two folding colour maps, one in rear pocket, two further b/w maps. Original blue-clot hardback binding, very good with slight wear only. Contents clean and tight, unmarked, no inscriptions, no foxing. A very good copy.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. 19 x 13cm.

$18.90

A FLORA OF THE ENGLISH LAKE DISTRICT

By Baker, J. G.

London: George Bell & Sons, 1885. A copy with excellent provenancePp. viii, 262 + 1 page advertising author's other books. Publisher's green cloth with gilt lettering to the spine, cloth a little marked, light rubbing to the head/tail of the spine with small, inconspicuous repair to the head. Contents clean and tight; a few neat notes to the reverse of the front endpaper, original brown-coated end papers, the front with a couple of small clippings pasted on. A very good copy. Provenance with the signature of C. E. Salmon to the head of the title page [noted botanist and author of 'Flora of Surrey']; bookplate of Philip B. Mason to the front end paper [botanist whose herbarium is now with the Bolton Museum, Lancs.]. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 22.5 x 15cm.

$40.49

A SUPPLEMENT TO A CONTRIBUTION TO THE FLORA OF DERBYSHIRE Including a List of Mosses Found in the County
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A SUPPLEMENT TO A CONTRIBUTION TO THE FLORA OF DERBYSHIRE Including a List of Mosses Found in the County

By Painter, Rev. W. H.

Leeds: Chorley and Pickersgill, 1902. A copy with excellent provenance: with the neat signature of C. E. Salmon, Reigate, 1902 to the head of the title page [Salmon was a noted botanist and author of 'Flora of Surrey']. To the reverse of the title page are a couple of biographical notes regarding Painter in the neat hand of C. E. Salmon. "Reprinted from the Naturalist, 1899 and 1902"; pp. [4], 177-272, 5-12, iv. Original green cloth hardback binding, very good with minimal wear . Contents clean and tight, original black end papers. A very good crisp copy.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. 14 x 23cm.

$43.19

VEGETATION OF THE PEAK DISTRICT
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VEGETATION OF THE PEAK DISTRICT

By Moss, C. E.

Cambridge: Cambridge at the University Press, 1913. pp. x, 235; b/w plates, two folding maps in rear pocket. Publisher's blue cloth with gilt lettering to the spine. Very good and bright with light wear only. Contents clean and tight, front end paper slightly marked, with a very small inscription, otherwise unmarked, no foxing. A very good to fine copy. . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo.

$25.64

SUPPLEMENT (1923) TO MARQUAND'S "FLORA OF GUERNSEY AND THE LESSER CHANNEL ISLANDS"
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SUPPLEMENT (1923) TO MARQUAND'S "FLORA OF GUERNSEY AND THE LESSER CHANNEL ISLANDS"

By McCrea, M. A.

Guernsey: La Societe Guernesiaise, 1923. The scarce 1923 Supplement in the original printed wrappers with stapled binding, issued in 1923. 22 pages followed by 6 blank pages. Printed wrappers good with light crease to front cover, a little marked: contents clean and tight, staple a little rusty. A very good copy. [reprinted from the Transactions of La Societe Guernesiaise for 1923]. First Edition. Paperback. Good. 8vo.

$26.99

THE FLORA OF THE LIVERPOOL DISTRICT
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THE FLORA OF THE LIVERPOOL DISTRICT

By Green, C. Theodore

Liverpool: D. Marples & Co., 1902. "Illustrated by drawings and photographs" pp. xii, 207; photographic frontispiece plate, further b/w photographic plates; 804 line drawings of plants; diagrams, folding map. Original gilt decorated green cloth; a little general wear and rubbing, faded to light brown on the spine, cloth lightly marked. Contents clean and tight, several small stamps of the National Library of Scotland including deaccession stamp to the front end paper, no pockets etc, text clean. A very good copy. . First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. 8vo.

$24.29

A PROVISIONAL FLORAL AND HABITAT ATLAS OF PLYMOUTH
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A PROVISIONAL FLORAL AND HABITAT ATLAS OF PLYMOUTH

By Stevens, R. Andrew

Plymouth: Department of Biological Sciences, Polytechnic South West, 1990. Pp. 389, introduction, the project,, habitat survey including many maps; plant atlas with distribution map of each species, indexes. Original printed card covers with black spiral binding, good with a little wear. Contents clean and crisp. A very good copy of this rare and extensive botanical atlas of Plymouth. . First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to (22 x 30cm).

$56.69

HISTORY OF THE FOREST OF ROSSENDALE With a Chapter on the Geology of Rossendale By Captain Aitkin and Observations on the Botany of the District by Abraham Stansfield
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HISTORY OF THE FOREST OF ROSSENDALE With a Chapter on the Geology of Rossendale By Captain Aitkin and Observations on the Botany of the District by Abraham Stansfield

By NEWBIGGING, Thomas

London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1868. pp. xx, 337; engraved title page; letterpress title page; frontispiece plate, original brown-coated endpapers. Pasted onto the rear blank page is a contemporary real albumen photograph (115 x 155 mm) of a monument in the churchyard at Newchurch in Rosendale - "sacred to the memory of Old, Thu (Methuselah Yates) Died 27th February 1860, aged 78. Hew was a huntsman of Harrier's for 50 years Five and twenty of which were with the Rosendale Hunt. Erected by the members of the Rossendale Hunt." [Due to the fact that the monument looks pristine and newly-completed, the photograph must be very near contemporary with the publication of the book]. Publisher plum cloth with gilt lettering and vignette of deer to the front board, bevelled edges; very good with a little general wear and light rubbing to head and tail of the spine, which is slightly faded. Contents good and tight. Provenance: with the signature of Thomas Wm LLoyd and engraved armorial bookplate of the same to the front paste-down. A very good copy. . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo.

$110.68

THE FLORA OF SOMERSET
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THE FLORA OF SOMERSET

By Murray, Richard Paget

Taunton: Published for the Society by Barnicott and Pearce, 1896. Pp. lxi, 437, frontis, folding map. Original green cloth with gilt lettering to the spine and vignette of the Cheddar Pink; a little rubbing to extremities and a discreet repair to the head of the spine, lower corners bumped. Contents clean and tight, original patterned end papers, small previous owner's signature, a few pencil marks in the text, uncut page edges a little worn. A good to very good copy.. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Plus. 8vo.

$56.69

THE GRASSES OF SCOTLAND
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THE GRASSES OF SCOTLAND

By Parnell, Richard

Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1842. Pp. xxi, [3], 152; 66 engraved plates of grasses. Slightly later binding of blue cloth with gilt lettering to the spine; very good with a little general wear. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions, a few plates lightly spotted. A very good copy. . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 16 x 24cm.

$64.79

THE FLORA OF THE LIVERPOOL DISTRICT
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THE FLORA OF THE LIVERPOOL DISTRICT

By Green, C. Theodore

Liverpool: D. Marples & Co., 1902. "Illustrated by drawings and photographs" pp. xii, 207; photographic frontispiece plate with tissue guard, further b/w photographic plates; 804 line drawings of plants; diagrams, folding map. Original gilt decorated green cloth; a little general wear and rubbing, faded to light brown on the spine. Contents clean and tight, a little spotting to tissue guard and end papers. A very good copy. . First Edition. Hardback. Very Good. 8vo.

$26.99

THE FLORA OF WESTMORLAND [Sir George Taylor's copy]
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THE FLORA OF WESTMORLAND [Sir George Taylor's copy]

By Wilson, Albert

Arbroath: To be Obtained By the Author, Conwa, Printed By T. Buncle, 1938. pp. [6], 413; b/w plates throughout, original end papers. Original green cloth with gilt lettering, very good and bright with slight wear only. Contents clean and and tight, pencil signature of George Taylor to the front end paper [Sir George Taylor, former director of Kew, keeper of botany, British Museum, plant collector and botanist]; front end paper with faint de-accession mark of National library of Scotland, otherwise pages crisp, no foxing. A very good copy. . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 15 x 21.5cm.

$51.29

THE NATURAL HISTORY OF WICKEN FEN

By Gardiner, Prof. J. Stanley

Cambridge: Bowes & Bowes, 1923. The first three parts bound in one, 1923-1926; pp. xii, 266, folding map, partly hand-coloured; plates, original printed front wrappers bound in. Contemporary half calf binding with green cloth boards, a little general wear and rubbing. Contents clean and tight. A very good copy.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo.

$43.19

PLANT LIFE ON EAST ANGLIAN HEATHS Being Observational and Experimental Studies of the Vegetetion of Breckland
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PLANT LIFE ON EAST ANGLIAN HEATHS Being Observational and Experimental Studies of the Vegetetion of Breckland

By Farrow, E. Pickworth

Cambridge: CAmbridge at the University Press, 1925. pp. x, 108; 234 b/w plates, maps and diagrams. Publisher's green cloth with gilt lettering to the spine, very good with a little gentle wear, spine lightly faded. Contents clean and tight, pencil signature of A. Templeman, otherwise unmarked, no foxing. A scarce first edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to.

$56.69

A CONTRIBUTION TO THE FLORA OF DERBYSHIRE Being an Account of the Flowering Plants, ferns, and Characeae found in the County
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A CONTRIBUTION TO THE FLORA OF DERBYSHIRE Being an Account of the Flowering Plants, ferns, and Characeae found in the County

By Painter, Rev. W. H.

London [and] Derby: George Bell & Sons [and] E. Clulow, 1889. 156 pages; hand-coloured folding map of Derbshire, original brown-coated end-papers. Publisher's olive green cloth binding with gilt lettering to the spine, very good and bright with slight where only. Contents clean and tight, several light and inconspicuous markings of the National Library of Scotland, to the front end paper, a few discreet pencil ticks to the text, otherwise unmarked, pages clean and crisp. A very good copy.. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good/No Jacket. 15 x 23cm.

$91.78

FLORA OF BOURNEMOUTH APPENDIX II.

By Linton, Edward F.

Edinburgh: Turnbull & Spears, 1925. The scarce Appendix II in the original printed wrappers with stapled binding, issued in 1925; title page/ introduction followed by pp. 304-325, followed by index. Printed wrappers good with light crease to front cover, and nick to the head; contents clean and tight, staple a little rusty. A very good copy.. First Edition. Paperback. Good. 8vo.

$20.25

WELSH BOTANOLOGY; PART THE FIRST. A SYSTEMATIC CATALOGUE OF THE NATIVE PLANTS OF THE ISLES OF ANGLESEY [wtih] LLYSIEUIAITH GYMREIG...THE SECOND PART OF WELSH BOTANOLOGY
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WELSH BOTANOLOGY; PART THE FIRST. A SYSTEMATIC CATALOGUE OF THE NATIVE PLANTS OF THE ISLES OF ANGLESEY [wtih] LLYSIEUIAITH GYMREIG...THE SECOND PART OF WELSH BOTANOLOGY

By Davies, Hugh

London: Printed for the Author, 1813. A copy with outstanding provenance - see below; two parts bound together, second part in Welsh; Pp. xvi, 151, [1]; xv, 153-255. Engraved plate opposite p. xv in the second part. Bound in publisher's original paper-coved boards and spine with printed paper title label; a little general wear and rubbing to extremities and joints, spine toned and paper lightly marked. Contents good and tight, pages uncut; spotting to title and preliminary pages of the second part, otherwise generally clean and crisp. Provenance: From the library of Sir George Taylor with his pencil signature 'G. Taylor' to the front end paper [Sir George Taylor, former director of Kew, keeper of botany, British Museum, plant collector and botanist] to the front end paper, also with the pencil signature C. E. Salmon 1928 to the same. [author of ‘Flora of Surrey’]. A good to very good copy in the scarce original binding with excellent provenance. Title continues: "Part the First a Systematic Catalogue of the Native Plants of the Isle of Anglesey in Latin, English and Welsh with The Habitats of the Rarer Species and a Few Observations. To which is added an appendix consisting of those genera in the three first volumes of Flora Britannica, which are not of spontaneous growth in Anglesey, rendered likewise into Welsh." and second part title "Llysieuiaith Gymreig, yr ail ran. an alphabetical catalogue of the Welsh names of vegetables rendered into Latin and English with some account of the qualities economical or medicinal, of the most remarkable".The first Welsh local flora, particularly noted for its 'appendix' of Welsh names of plants.. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. 8vo.

$209.20

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