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: $375.00

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 covered boards. Slightly 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. Due to weight, additional charges will apply for Priority and/or International shipping.

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

Categories: Plate Books, Natural History, Bindings,

Publisher: Glasgow, William MacKenzie:

Binding: Half Leather - Hardbound

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Size: 4to

Seller ID: 030500