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Nashi Lietnie Tsviety: Populiarnye Ocherki. Seriia III

By Kaigorodov, Dmitrii

Petrograd: A. S. Suvorina - "Novoe Vremia", 1916. Softcover. First edition; 4 1/2 x 7 1/2; pp. [7], 10-56; green illustrated wraps; lower corner of front cover xhipped with a few nicks and chips to fore-edge; bookshop stamp to back cover and an outline of a second stamp to first free page; several smudges to corners of pages from handling (not affecting text); illustrated with full-page color plates by artist T.D. Maresov; good to very good condition. Dmitrii Kaigorodov (1846-1924) was a Russian professor, the "father" of Russian Phenology, writer, and one of the most respected specialists in forest technology and ornithology. He was the author of numerous scientific papers, manuals, and books including his current work, part of his series on Russian flora, which focused on plants blooming in the summer. Each plant was described with its specific characteristics, habitat, and uses and medicinal purposes (if applicable). The corresponding beautiful illustrations made them easy to be recognized - in the author's own words. No copies in OCLC.

$220.00

Nashi Vesennie Tsviety: Populiarnye Ocherki. Seriia II-ia. Rasteniia Zatsvietaiushchiia vo Vtoroi Polovinie Vesny

By Kaigorodov, Dmitrii

Petrograd: A. S. Suvorina - "Novoe Vremia", 1917. Softcover. Second edition (6th thousand); 4 1/2 x 7 1/2; pp. [7], 10-60, [2]; beige and brown illustrated wraps; few small spots of foxing to covers; minor loss of paper to tips of spine and a chip off lower corner of front cover; bookshop stamp to back cover and an outline of a second stamp to first free page; several smudges to corners of pages from handling (not affecting text); illustrated with full-page color plates by artist T.D. Maresov; good to very good condition. Dmitrii Kaigorodov (1846-1924) was a Russian professor, the "father" of Russian Phenology, writer, and one of the most respected specialists in forest technology and ornithology. He was the author of numerous scientific papers, manuals, and books including his current work, part of his series on Russian flora, which focused on plants blooming in the second half of spring. Each plant wass described with its specific characteristics, habitat, and uses and medicinal purposes (if applicable). The corresponding beautiful illustrations made them easy to be recognized - in the author's own words. No copies of this edition in OCLC.

$180.00

Nashi Vesennie Tsviety: Populiarnye Ocherki. Seriia I-ia. Rasteniia Zatsvietaiushchiia Ranneiu Vesnoiu

By Kaigorodov, Dmitrii

Petrograd: A. S. Suvorina - "Novoe Vremia", 1916. Softcover. Second edition (6th thousand); 4 1/2 x 7 1/2; pp. [9], 10-66; beige and green illustrated wraps; few small spots of foxing to covers; minor loss of paper to tips of spine; bookshop stamp to back cover and an outline of a second stamp to first free page; several smudges to corners of pages from handling (not affecting text); illustrated with full-page color plates by artist T.D. Maresov; good to very good condition. Dmitrii Kaigorodov (1846-1924) was a Russian professor, the "father" of Russian Phenology, writer, and one of the most respected specialists in forest technology and ornithology. He was the author of numerous scientific papers, manuals, and books including his current work, part of his series on Russian flora, which focused on plants blooming in early spring. Each plant wass described with its specific characteristics, habitat, and uses and medicinal purposes (if applicable). The corresponding beautiful illustrations made them easy to be recognized in the wild - in the author's own words. No copies of this edition in OCLC.

$180.00