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An Arrangement of British Plants; According to the latest Improvements of the Linnaean System. To which is prefixed, An Easy Introduction to the Study of Botany Illustrated By Copper Plates, in 4 volumes
Printed for the author by M. Swinney; sold by G. G. & J. Robinson, et al., BirminghamLondon 1796 - , 4 uniform volumes (complete set), vol I - 402 pages, volumes II & III have continuous pagination 1 - 920 and index for both, volume IV - 418 pages with index for the volume and publisher's advertisements at the rear, with 99 plates throughout including 54 in colour, including 17 original drawings and watercolours by Elizabeth Wharton Third Edition , professionally rebacked, volumes in similar condition, corners scuffed, boards lightly rubbed, nice clean spines, owner's name (E. Wharton) at top of title pages, occasional light patches of foxing but generally clean inside, light pencil marks to margins, a tight set in good+ condition , half calf with marbled paper to boards, modern tan leather spine with gilt titles Octavo Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Keoghs Books]
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