. 95 (of 100?) finely hand-colored engraved plates of plants from the Île de France, by and after the Plées, father and son. A contemporary inscription on front flyleaf attributes the coloring to one of the Plées. Brunet IV, 712; Nissen 1534; Pritzel 7195; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 8052." /> PLÉE, AUGUSTE and FRANÇOIS. [Herborisations artificielles aux environs de Paris. Paris: chez les auteurs, 1811]. <I>8vo, 204 x 130 mm., later quarter calf gilt, contemporary red morocco label lettered in gilt "A. Plée" on upper cover, a few small wormholes to joints, upper inner hinge cracked, without title and text, 95 plates only, foxing to plate [8], minor stain to pl. [26], light offsetting (from a text leaf no longer present) to pl. [91]</I>. 95 (of 100?) finely hand-colored engraved plates of plants from the Île de France, by and after the Plées, father and son. A contemporary inscription on front flyleaf attributes the coloring to one of the Plées. Brunet IV, 712; Nissen 1534; Pritzel 7195; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 8052. | Christie's