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Lords & Ladies
Collins, London 1960 - No signatures. Heavy foxing to fore page edges. Some adhesive tape stains to the free endpapers and the two adjacent leaves (caused by a plastic cover which was taped over the dust wrapper). Some foxing to dust wrapper. A small 1/2" tear in front panel of dust wrapper, and a small 1/4" tear at one corner of dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is price clipped. Dust wrapper now in archival mylar cover.; xiv, 241 pages + frontispiece + plates. Green cloth boards. "Lords-and-Ladies" is the name of a wild flower, Arum maculatum, also known by the common names Bloody-man's-finger, Ozberry, Snake's-victuals, and other aliases. A volume in the celebrated New Naturalist Library. "[. . .] we have now come to look forward to new volumes in this series - well written, beautifully produced, and awakening interest in some fresh feature of Britain's countryside" - quoted from a Guardian review of the series. This volume is one of the "Special Volumes" of the New Naturalist Monographs series.; Series title: New Naturalist Monograph No. M17; 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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