London, South Kensington
15 October 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
WERNERIAN NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY. Memoirs. Edinburgh: 1811-1839. Vol. I-VIII pt.1, all published, bound in 8 volumes, 8° (215 x 136mm). 139 plates and maps, many coloured, some folding. (Some occasional light spotting and browning.) Contemporary half calf, first 7 vols rebacked to style to match vol. 8, preserving original labels, vol. 8 with original printed wrappers bound in (extremities rubbed).
RARE COMPLETE RUN OF ROBERT JAMESON'S INFLUENTIAL NATURAL HISTORY PERIODICAL. The final part present here - Vol. 8 pt. 1 - is often missing. (8)
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