The Museum of Natural History; being a Popular Account of the Structure, Habits, and Classification of the Various Departments of The Animal Kingdom: Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, Fishes, Shells, and Insects including the Insects Destructive to Agriculture

By: Richardson, John, William S. Dallas, T. Spencer Cobbold, William Baird, & Adam White

Price: $800.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good


Two volumes with a total of 136 plates, 82 being hand colored, and color illustrated half title page in volume I; Leather over spine and corners, with cloth cover boards; Slight raised spine bands, gilt lettering and decoration; red and green spine labels; Labels are a little chipped, though lettering remains good; Cover are rubbed a little along edges and there is a half inch closed tear from head of spine on Volume I; Cloth over covers is just a little scuffed and shows a few moisture wrinkles; All edges of text block are marbled; Hinges (internal) are cracked, though both volumes remains solid; Scattered light foxing and light smudges.

Title: The Museum of Natural History; being a Popular Account of the Structure, Habits, and Classification of the Various Departments of The Animal Kingdom: Quadrupeds, Birds, Reptiles, Fishes, Shells, and Insects including the Insects Destructive to Agriculture

Author Name: Richardson, John, William S. Dallas, T. Spencer Cobbold, William Baird, & Adam White

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Publisher: Glasgow, William MacKenzie:

Binding: Half Leather - Hardbound

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Size: 4to

Seller ID: 030500