Pomologia Britannica." Sold as a Collection of Plates, not subject to return." /> [LINDLEY, John (1799-1865), editor. <I>The Pomological Magazine; or, Figures and Descriptions of the most Important Varieties of Fruit Cultivated in Great Britain.</I> London: James Ridgway, 1828-30]. 3 volumes [all published] bound in one, 8° (234 x 150mm). 134 hand-coloured engraved plates by W. Clark and S. Watts after C. M. Curtis and Mrs Withers only (of 152, lacking title to first vol. and plates 1, 12, 23-24, 70, 81-84, 97-100, 108, 138-139, 142 and 149, plate 21 torn in half, plate 29 torn with loss, hole in plate 33, a few plates shaved or frayed, occasional light spotting and staining). Disbound in contemporary half calf (worn). FIRST EDITION. Lowndes IV, 1364; Nissen <I>BBI</I> 2355a; Pritzel 5365; Sitwell <I>Great Flower Books</I> p.114: "Reissued in 1841 as Lindley's <I>Pomologia Britannica</I>." Sold as a Collection of Plates, not subject to return. | Christie's