The Leisure Circle 1st 1979
8vo, v v min bmps to bds, 3" x 2" portion of fep mssg at r h cnr o/w VG++/VG++ 405 gms
(Order reference 10022).
Methuen rep 1985
8vo F+/VG++ 390 gms
(Order reference 10090).
Michael Joseph 1st 1985
4to, gift inscr to fep VG++/VG++ 845 gms
(Order reference 10192).
Peerage Books rep 1985
4to, decorative bds with sl wr to edges, prev owner's bookplate to fep o/w VG++/VG++ 775 gms
(Order reference 10197).
US Postal Service 1992
landscape fmt 4to, glazed pictorial boards F 770 gms
(Order reference 10217).
W H Smith 1986
glazed pict bds in simlar d/w, min bumps, sm tr to btm left back of d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 1645 gms
(Order reference 1034).
David & Charles 1st 1988
4to, small tr to top front cnr of d/w o/w F/F 960 gms
(Order reference 10493).
Vance Harvey Publishing 1st 1972
8vo, sl yellowing to d/w in a band across top front o/w VG++/VG++ 240 gms
(Order reference 10495).
Dealerfield 1st 1990
4to, glazed pictorial boards in a similar d/w M/F 710 gms
(Order reference 10666).
Michael Joseph/Rainbird 1st 1983
4to, sunning to edges of bds, sunning to d/w spine o/w VG+/VG+ 565 gms
(Order reference 10690).
Bloomsbury Books 1990
8vo F/F 700 gms
(Order reference 11539).
Collins revised edn 1981
4to pb 224pp, v min wr to edges of cvrs, gift inscr to fep o/w VG++ 635 gms
(Order reference 11693).
Blandford 1st 1993
large 4to VG++/VG++ 1440 gms
(Order reference 11753).
Collins 1st 1946
4to, no d/w, bds bmped + sl worn, sl grubby o/w VG+ 625 gms
(Order reference 11765).
King Penguin 1st 1947
no d/w, bmps, bds grubby 114 gms
(Order reference 1202).
Peerage Books rep 1985
F/VG++ 730 gms
(Order reference 1216).
Readers Union rep 1978
8vo, v v min wr to d/w edges o/w F/VG+ 355 gms
(Order reference 12211).
Pelham Books 1st 1985
F/VG+ 620 gms
(Order reference 1228).
Robinson Publishing 1st 1993
large 8vo, black bds, gold titling to spine, d/w price-clipped o/w F+/F
(Order reference 12309).
L Reeve & Co. reprint 1946
8vo, green bds with gold titling to spine, small name to title page. Very, very minor bump to top corner of front board. A very clean and bright copy. 420 gms
(Order reference 12372)
George Harrap 1st 1958
8vo, ex lib, tape stains to bds, fep, endpaper and rear pastedown. Spotting/browning to bds, sl crsing + small trs to edges of d/w o/w VG/VG+ 385 gms
(Order reference 12378).
glazed pict bds in sim d/w F+/VG++ 744 gms
(Order reference 1249).
Hodder & Stoughton 1st 1986
F+/VG++ 408 gms
(Order reference 1250).
The fox is one of the most beautiful yet secretive animals in the British Isles. Since his childhood Robin Page has been fascinated by foxes and has now produced a unique book which will interest and entertain all those with a love of wildlife and the countryside.
Not only does he reveal the facts of the fox's private life, he gathers together many of the stories and country beliefs concerning the fox, to make an amusing and informative book. He brings together the foxes of fiction, fable and folklore reintroducing the reader to Brer Fox, The Fantastic Mr. Fox, the foxes of Aesop's Fables, as well as the Belstone Fox and those chased by Mr. Jorrocks. He explains how to tell when a fox is getting married; how foxes forecast the weather and how they manage to get pheasants down from tall trees.
In addition he writes of his numerous encounters with wild foxes, many on the farm where he was born and still lives, as well as the succession of pet foxes that have romped with the farm dogs and raided the hen-houses.
It is an amusing and delightful book, with just a hint of sadness. It will be appreciated by all those with an interest and love of country life.
Ebury Press 1st 1996
M/VG++ 1940 gms
(Order reference 1251).
Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. 2nd edn revised + corrected 1925
8vo, sl staining + wr to cloth cvred bds o/w VG 275 gms
(Order reference 12545).
Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1st thus 1959
8vo, purple cloth cvred bds with silver titling to spine, name to bottom of fep, wr, chps, dulling, small tr to d/w o/w VG++/VG 265 gms
(Order reference 12697)
Blandford Press 1st 1990
price clipped, min bmp to top cnrs of bds, min rbs to d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 810 gms
(Order reference 1283).
Webb & Bower 1st 1982
8vo, d/w price-clipped, v min wrinkling to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG++ 605 gms
(Order reference 12913).
Pan 3rd prtg 1982
large 4to pb 256pp, small gift inscr to fep o/w VG++ 985 gms
(Order reference 12935).
Croom Helm 1st 1979
8vo, v v min wr to d/w edges + 1 small tear o/w VG++/VG++ 440 gms
(Order reference 13049).
Michael Joseph 1st 1981
4to, v v min wr to bd edges, v v min staining to top edge of pages, v v min wr to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG++ 1195 gms
(Order reference 13095).
4to, glazed pictorial boards, v v sl sunning to bds o/w F+ 870 gms
(Order reference 13182).
Blandford Press 1st 1962
8vo, v v min wr to d/w, v min cockling to d/w o/w F/VG++ 160 gms
(Order reference 13316).
University of Massachusetts Press 1981
large 8vo pb 246pp, ex college lib, in protective clear plastic wraps VG++ 495 gms
(Order reference 13326).
SPCK no date
16mo, cloth cvred bds with black + gold titling to fr bd + spine. Green patterned endpapers. Spine v sl faded. Wear to cnrs + edges + head + tail of spine, min spotting to plates o/w a tight and solid copy. VG+ 360 gms
(Order reference 13347).
Country Life popular edition 1940
large 4to, green cloth cvred bds with gold titling to spine + front bd, no d/w, min wear and abrasion to bds, min spotting to eps + prelims o/w VG 1040 gms
(Order reference 13369).
George Routledge & Sons 1882
8vo, red bds, stamped gold and black titling + decoration
to spine, stamped black + gold decoration to fr bd, black stamped decoration and publishers' initials to rear board. Bevel edges bds with v v sl wr + v min bmps, prize plate, dated 1892, to fr pastedown, spine v v sl shaken o/w VG+. 460 gms. With upwards of two hundred illustrations
by W S Coleman and other artists.
(Order reference 13401).
The object of this work is to furnish the reader with a guide to the various beings which can exercise any influence upon our gardens and greenhouses, to enable the cultivator to distinguish between his Friends and his Foes, and to give simple directions for encouraging the one and exterminating the other. The amateur florist will find in this work a list of several hundred beings which are commonly to be seen in gardens, and those who do not even possess a few yards of ground, and are forced to content themselves with in-door floriculture, may derive aid from its pages.
In order to assist the reader in identifying the creatures which are described in the work, figures of all the principal objects have been given. The larval as well as the perfect forms of insects are mostly figured, and are all drawn of their natural dimensions.
Andre Deutsch 1st 1967
8vo, ex school lib, d/w fixed to boards with tape, short tr, v sl creasing to head + tail of d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 475 gms
(Order reference 13423).
Charles Griffin & Co. 1st 1890
8vo, red bds with gold titling to spine, v v min bmps + v sl wr to v slightly dulled bds, small name to fep verso o/w VG+ 385 gms
(Order reference 13435).
Shropshire Ornithological Society 1st 1992
8vo pb 204pp VG++ 410 gms
(Order reference 13442).
Cassell & Co. rep 1930
small 8vo, no d/w, green bds with black titling to front bd + spine, v v min wr + dulling to bds o/w VG+ 370 gms
(Order reference 13498).
Frederick Muller 1st UK 1958
8vo, ex lib, d/w attached to bds with clear adhesive film, wr + bmps to edges of bds o/w G+ 455 gms
(Order reference 13514).
David Nutt 1901
8vo, brown cloth cvred bds with gold titling to spine and stamped gold titling and stamped tree design to front bd, foredge and btm edge uncut, v slight wr + v v sl dulling to spine, small name to fr pastedown o/w a very clean and tight copy VG++ 770 gms
(Order reference 13519).
W P Nimmo, Hay & Mitchell 1897
8vo, red bds with blind stamped decoration to fr bd, stamped gold decoration to spine, min bmps, v v min dmage to head and tail of spine, staining to bds, gift inscr to fep dated 1901o/w VG+ 565 gms
(Order reference 13691).
David & Charles 1st 1975
8vo VG++/VG++ 520 gms
(Order reference 13735).
Croom Helm 1st 1984
F/VG++ 410 gms
(Order reference 1382).
Blandford Press 1st 1982
8vo F/F 555 gms
(Order reference 13851).
David & Charles 1st 1983
small 4to, v v min wrinkling to edges of sl dulled d/w o/w VG+/VG+ 615 gms
(Order reference 14024).
8vo, glazed pictorial boards in a similar d/w, v v min bmps + wr to bds, v v min wrinkling + v v slight wr to d/w o/w VG+/VG+ 255 gms
(Order reference 14038).
Michael Joseph/Rainbird 1st 1983
F/VG++ 676 gms
(Order reference 1418).
BBC 1st 1995
4to F/VG+ page of info about book from BBC inserted 820 gms
(Order reference 1421).
Insects are everywhere and in vast numbers too. There are at least a million species, ranging from microscopic beetles and wasps to beetles which are larger and heavier than the smaller mammals. They inhabit desert and arctic tundra, land and sea; they are even in our homes and on our bodies. Unsung toilers on our behalf, they perform most of the major ecological tasks upon which we and all other species depend. Many animals, birds and people rely on them for food, while all of our fruits and many of our vegetables are entirely dependent on them for pollination. We need to know more about these extraordinarily beautiful and complex creatures to understand their vital role in maintaining our planet's life support systems so that we are better placed to conserve them and, ultimately, our own living space.
Alien Empire, and the television series which it accompanies, open the doors into a world that we have never seen. We discover the design miracle of insects' bodies - external skeletons that can be adapted for any use; their sophisticated communication systems - on-board sensors which gather visual, auditory and scent data, with transmitters for emitting sound and light signals; how they function in co-operating groups; their fast and furious reproduction systems, and much much more about their strange structures and lives. As this book shows, in their looks and behaviour, insects are as close to an alien life form as any we are likely to find in the stars.
With its many beautiful photographs and drawings, and its clearly written text, Alien Empire takes the reader on a spellbinding journey into another world.
Robson Books 1st 1997
8vo, v sl crsing + 1 closed tr to d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 785 gms
(Order reference 14323).
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge 1880
small 8vo, green cloth bds with black and gold impressed decoration to front + rear bds, some spotting throughout, v v min wr to bds o/w VG+ 335 gms
(Order reference 14595).
David & Charles rep 1993
4to F/F 895 gms
(Order reference 14608).
King Penguin 1946
8vo, slight wear to boards, slight spotting to endpapers o/w VG 110 gms
(Order reference 14731)
Andre Deutsch 1st 1983
large 8vo, blue bds with gold titling to spine, v slight staining to top edge of d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 720 gms
(Order reference 14811).
National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside 1999
4to paperback 65pp VG++ 275 gms
(Order reference 14862).
The Butterflies of Cheshire contains something for everyone - beginners and seasoned butterfly enthusiasts, and in fact, anyone with an interest in our countryside.
This splendid publication illustrates previously unrecorded information about the distribution and ecology of each known species in the county.
It represents eight years of detailed survey work by the author and a dedicated group of butterfly recorders.
Hollis & Carter 1st 1953
4to, maroon cloth cvred bds with gold titling to spine + fr bd, v min sunning to spine, o/w a very clean, tight copy in VG++ condition. Fr d/w foldover laid in. 830 gms
(Order reference 14978).
"So does the true fowler taste of the inward charm of his sport. It is the natural scene: the beauty of northern winter drawn, the blazing sunset sky reflected across the quiet firth at evening, the silent majesty of a night of stars with the faint, unearthly cries of wildfowl moving on their mysterious journeying, which means so much". ('BB', 1953). "When Dark Estuary appeared as a successor to Tide's Ending, it was still possible to meet no other gunner on the sea walls of Britain, save perhaps a local fowler. It is a little-known world, the world of tideways where the sea first meets the flat lands of marsh and ooze. It is the private kingdom of the tideline birds, from the little waders which are the most graceful and dainty of all our British birds to the stately wild geese. If the time should ever come when there is no more true wildfowling around the coasts of Britain, 'BB' hopes that this book - and its companion Tide's Ending - will stand as some sort of memorial and a record of what wildfowling was all about."
Frederick Warne rep 1978
8vo, blue boards with gold titling to front board + spine, small neat name to fep o/w F/F 59 colour illustrations of fungi by Beatrix Potter, 28 by R B Davis + 20 by E C Large + 19 b/w photographs + 8 line drawings. 645 gms
(Order reference 15047)
Andre Deutsch 1981
8vo paperback 208pp. Very, very minor bumps + wear to edges of covers o/w VG++ 260 gms
(Order reference 15285)
The Bird Seeker's Guide lists British species and tells the reader where and when they are most likely to be found. Contains Rarities, Gazeteer and Index. May be used by itself, or in conjunction with the author's first book 'Where To Watch Birds'.
Octopus reprint 1982
8vo, glazed pictorial boards, slight dulling to boards. Gift inscription to front free endpaper o/w VG+ 360 gms
(Order reference 15286)
A magnificently illustrated guide to birds of woodland and mountain regions, with full descriptions of the birds, their habitats, distribution, nest structure and eggs. The general introduction covers such aspects as migration, hunting birds, falconry and nesting and over 150 colour illustrations show the markings and distinguishing characteristics of the birds and their eggs.
Octopus reprint 1979
8vo, glazed pictorial boards, gift inscription to front free endpaper o/w VG++ 335 gms
(Order reference 15287)
This book acquaints the reader with sixty-four species of birds inhabiting the open seas, islands, coastlines and, in part, also bodies of freshwater near the sea. The selection of birds shown in the book was determined first and foremost by their occurrence at sea or on the coast and was by no means simple or straightforward. Besides the birds that spend their entire life on or near the sea, also included are certain species that breed in the northern tundras but otherwise are found at sea as well as certain typical birds of inland waters and swamps that migrate along the coast or over the sea. Over 135 illustrations.
Collins 4th edition 1979
8vo paperback 334pp. Very, very slight tanning to covers o/w VG++ 435 gms. Over 1000 birds illustrated, all in colour. 825 distribution maps
(Order reference 15288)
This book is the first bird guide to describe and illustrate in colour every bird of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. It extends east into Russia to the Ural Mountains, north to Iceland and Spitzbergen, south to the Sahara, west to the Canaries and Azores. The paintings illustrate in colour every species, every distinct sup-species, every notable distinction of plumage. No former guide has done this and all have been painted especially for this book. Opposite each painting is a concise description which stresses, in particular, the characters useful for identification, whether of colouring, pattern, size, voice, flight or habit. The regional maps are the clearest and most accurate yet published. Each of the 240 British breeds and regular visitors has a map showing its principal and lesser breeding and non-breeding areas in the British Isles. The maps show you what birds you are likely to see, and where.
Macmillan 1st 1982
8vo, pictorial boards, very slight dulling to boards, gift inscription to title page VG++ 370 gms
(Order reference 15289)
The aim of this book is to provide the beginner -young or old- with basic, reliable, interesting information on all the species of birds he or she is likely to see in the first couple of years of birdwatching in Britain and Ireland.
Readers Union 1974
8vo, green boards with gold titling to spine, staining to top inside edge of d/w, dulling to top edges o/w VG+/VG+ 495 gms
Blandford Press 1st 1983
8vo, dark blue boards with gold titling to spine. Small stain to prelims + title page, slight spotting to page edges, very slight sunning to d/w spine o/w VG++/VG++ 600 gms
(Order reference 15454)
4to, M/M/M/M. Both volumes still in shrinkwrap. Not print on demand. 2.84 kgs
(Order reference 15457)
George Newnes 1901
16mo. Blue decorated boards with gold titling to spine + white titling to front board in a cartouche. Slight tanning/marks to endpapers, wear to edges + corners of boards o/w VG 235 gms
(Order reference 15555)
Collins 1st 1984
F/F 996 gms
(Order reference 1561).
George Routledge 1907
large 8vo, 316 pages. Green bevelled boards with decorated front board with gold titling + decorated spine + tissue guarded frontispiece. Name to front free endpaper, binding slack with split hinges. Wear to corners + base of spine. Much heavier wear and splitting to head of spine. G+ 1360 gms
(Order reference 15623)
Wiltshire Library & Museum Service 1st 1984
8vo, brown boards with gold titling to spine F++/F+ 395 gms
(Order reference 15633)
T C & E C Jack nd
wr to gold titling on fr bd o/w VG 340 gms
(Order reference 1565).
Piatkus 1st 1989
VG++/VG+ 476 gms
(Order reference 1933).
Deutsch 1st 1979
VG/G++ 394 gms
(Order reference 205).
Collins 1st 1972
F/VG++ 450 gms
(Order reference 2081).
F in price clipped VG++ d/w 970 gms
(Order reference 2175).
This famous turn-of-the-century edition of Gilbert White's Natural History of Selbome has been carefully reprinted to celebrate the bicentenary of one of the best-loved of rural English classics. Edited, with a historical introduction, by Grant Allen, it was also magnificently illustrated by Edmund New, one of that remarkable harvest of illustrators who came to prominence at the end of the last century. The result was a perfect balance: an affectionate evocation of a world so well observed by a contented country curate.
Gilbert White was born at the vicarage of the remote and secluded village of Selbome, Hampshire, on the 18th of July, 1720. Little is known of his quiet life other than that he was a fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, that he was a curate of the parish of Selbome and elsewhere, and that he perhaps, before finally settling back in Hampshire after his days at Oxford, 'passed some time ... as a gentleman farmer in the Isle of Ely' .
But, as Grant Allen goes on to say in his affectionate introduction to this perennially delightful book, the Reverend Gilbert White 'has left for us an account of his life ... far more graphic and valuable than any mere formal biography'. We owe it to the encouragement and correspondence of one Thomas Pennant, a Welshman who shared White's love of the natural world, that this 'account of his life' was begun, and continued over a period of almost twenty years. In answer to some questions of Pennant's, White 'entered into a brisk correspondence' around the year 1767, and as the correspondence grew, so Gilbert White was encouraged, by Pennant and others, to prepare his precise and loving observations of 'the natural history and antiquities of Selbome' for publication.
The Natural History ofSelbome first appeared in 1788-89. The edition here presented was published in 1900, and Edmund New's delicate line drawings radiate the peace and unhurried restfulness of eighteenth-century village life. Within these pages is a view of rural England now sadly far from us. The mechanisation and the urban invasion of even our remotest country places has driven this world far back into history. But through the eyes of the Reverend Gilbert White we can, for a time at least, re-enter the life 'passed tranquil and serene, with scarcely any other vicissitudes than those of the seasons'.
There are 183 illustrations in all, including 72 of birds and other small animals, and of which 31 are full page, with 4 pages of maps.
Deutsch 2nd imp 1987
8vo, glazed pict bds VG++ 536 gms
(Order reference 2178).
Deutsch 2nd imp 1987
8vo, glazed pict bds VG++ 536 gms
(Order reference 2179).
Collins & Harvill 1st 1978
F/VG+ 506 gms
(Order reference 2279).
David & Charles rep 1988
F/VG++ 504 gms
(Order reference 2306).
BBC 1st 1985
F/F 1055 gms
(Order reference 2458).
World Working Group on Birds of Prey and Owls 1987
4to pb 611pp, crsing to cvrs o/w VG++ 920 gms
(Order reference 2742).
Ebury Press/Readers Union rep 1973
F/VG++ 626 gms
(Order reference 2902).
Frederick Muller 1st 1975
8vo, v min discolouration to bd edges, wr, chps + discolouration to d/w o/w VG+/VG 420 gms
(Order reference 3014).
Moorland Publishing 1st 1982
v min bmps to bds, v min crsing to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG+ 540 gms
(Order reference 3029).
Deutsch 2nd imp 1963
8vo, wr, chps + min crsing to d/w + sl grubby o/w VG++/VG 425 gms
(Order reference 3033).
Spur/Saiga 2nd edn 1979
prev owner's address sticker to fep o/w F in price clipped VG+ d/w 380 gms
(Order reference 3041).
Blandford 1st 1992
8vo F/F 344 gms
(Order reference 3046).
8vo, min wr esp to hd + tail of sp, inscr to fep o/w VG+ 735 gms
(Order reference 3159).
Collins 1st 1975
d/w price clipped with v v min wr o/w VG++/VG++ 645 gms
(Order reference 3176).
Unwin Hyman 1st 1988
min bmp to bds o/w F/F 605 gms
(Order reference 4141).
Collins 1st 1974
8vo, min chps + crsing to d/w, inscrs + stmp to fr pd, d/w neatly cvred in self-adh film o/w VG+/VG+ 390 gms
(Order reference 4145).
Routledge & Kegan Paul 25th edn 1948
8vo, no d/w, v v min mrks to bds, name and date to fep o/w VG+ 660 gms
(Order reference 4147).
Collins 1st 1977
8vo, min discolouration to bd edges o/w VG++/F 650 gms
(Order reference 4526).
For most of us, the garden is our most constant point of contact with nature. It may bear all the marks of human activity - paths, clipped lawns, compost heaps, fences, sheds, and greenhouses- but it is these things as much as anything else that make our gardens a haven for such a fantastic assortment of wild animals and plants. The very diversity of the garden ensures the incomparable variety of its inhabitants.
This book is about the intruders in our gardens - a book about gardens for the naturalist, about natural history for the gardener. Michael Chinery, as naturalist, teacher, and self-confessedly untidy gardener, is the ideal author to lead us up this highly diverting garden path. Taking each group in turn, he introduces us to weeds, fungi, lichens, mosses, and other opportunists of the plant kingdom; and to the worms, slugs, snails, centipedes and millipedes, butterflies, bees, wasps, moles, hedgehogs, bats, mice, wrens, tits, finches, owls, swifts, swallows, and the host of other animals that take up unofficial residence in our gardens. He shows us where to look for them and how to recognise them when we have found them. He also tells us how we can garden/or wild life: a bird table or pond can give us endless entertainment throughout the year; and a few thistles in a sunny corner will attract all the common butterflies to the garden.
There is much in this book to intrigue the reader, even to mute the ire of the most ruthless of gardeners. And it provides a ready and engaging answer for any parent whose child has ever asked 'What's that?'.
Oxford University Press rep 1980
4to, min wr to bds, v v min crsing to d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 810 gms
(Order reference 5179).
F/VG 956 gms
(Order reference 520).
Dennis Dobson 1st UK edn 1956
ex school lib, large 4to, no d/w, mrks + wr to bds, spine v sl shaken o/w VG. 82pp of text + 191pp of b/w + colour plates. 1200 gms
(Order reference 5597).
Common Ground 2nd edn 1990
8vo pb 157pp F 260 gms
(Order reference 6026).
BBC 1st 1988
pb VG 312 gms
(Order reference 612).
Ernest Benn 3rd edn 2nd imp 1977
VG 876 gms
(Order reference 628).
David & Charles 1989
F/VG 774 gms
(Order reference 654).
Webb & Bower 1982
sm trs to top of d/w o/w VG+/VG 896 gms
(Order reference 655).
Aberdeen University Press revised rep 1990
small 8vo pb 83pp F 110 gms
(Order reference 7122).
Anglesey Antiquarian Soc. 1990
8vo F/F 415 gms
(Order reference 7451A).
Despite Anglesey’s proximity to the mainland of Wales (it is connected by two bridges across a narrow stretch of water) it is very much an island. It has the indefinable but exciting atmosphere common to all islands and has many of the features which distinguish the animals and plants of islands from those of the nearest mainland. Add to these a unique geology, an incomparable coastline and a mild maritime climate and something of the special quality of Anglesey becomes apparent.
This book is a celebration of Anglesey’s natural history and also a far-from-exhaustive record of the state of things here towards the end of the twentieth century. This is a time of profound and rapid change, some measure of which can be seen if reference is made to a similar book (The Natural History of Anglesey, Vol. 2 in this series) which appeared in 1968. As in the case of the earlier volume, the authors hope that their contributions will encourage their readers to appreciate this delectable island and to seek for ways in which it may be preserved.
VG++/VG 532 gms
(Order reference 749).
Cassell 1st 1948
base of bds grubby, trs + wr to d/w o/w VG/G 360 gms
(Order reference 773).
B T Batsford 3rd edn revised 1948
8vo, sunning to btm edge of bds, sl wr, chps + mrking to d/w o/w VG+/VG 415 gms
(Order reference 7770).
Longmans, Green 2nd edn 1882
8vo, aeg, stmped fr cvr + sp with gold blocked roundels + title, similar sp, sl splitting to fr hnge, sp strnd o/w VG 574 gms
(Order reference 793).
Thorsons Publishers Ltd. 1st 1980
8vo, glazed pictorial boards F 315 gms
(Order reference 8287).
Dalesman Books 1974
8vo pb 62pp VG++ 85 gms
(Order reference 8592).
Frederick Warne rep 1960
8vo, no d/w, v minor bmps + sl wr to bds. Handwritten number to btm of sp but no other indications that this is ex library. VG+ 500 gms
(Order reference 8703).
David & Charles 1st 1980
4to, v min crsing to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG++ 775 gms
(Order reference 9129).
Victor Gollancz 1st 1981
landsc format 4to F/VG++ 1075 gms
(Order reference 9130).
Wildwood House 1980
8vo pb 360pp, v v min bmps + wr to edges o/w VG++. Facsimile reprint of original 1919 edn. 460 gms
(Order reference 9317).
Nationwide Book Service 1981
landscape format 4to, sl waterstaining to btm edge of bds and to inside of d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 1040 gms
(Order reference 9348A).
large 8vo pb 232pp VG++ 520 gms
(Order reference 9424).
Collins rep 1945
8vo, green cloth cvred bds with v min bmps + wr + sl dulling to edges. Chps, wr + tiny trs to d/w, small name to fep o/w VG+/G+ 290 gms
(Order reference 9431).
Karl-Heinz Dahne 2nd edn 1992
8vo, glazed pictorial boards F+ 395 gms
(Order reference 9441).
Karl-Heinz Dahne 2nd edn 1992
8vo, glazed pictorial boards F+ 395 gms
(Order reference 9442).
Religious Tract Society 2nd edn revised third imp 1907
lrge 8vo, gold titling + decoration to fr bd + sp, bmps + wr to bds, names to fr pastedown + fep o/w VG+ 109 illustrations 585 gms
(Order reference 9621).
Hamlyn rep 1972
no d/w, clth cvred bds, sl grubby o/w VG 1215 gms
(Order reference 968)
Methuen 1st 1934
square format 4to, green cloth cvred bds with sl dulling to edges, spotting + sl dulling to decorative wrapper o/w VG+/VG+ 495 gms
(Order reference 9680).
Avid Publications 2002
lrge 8vo pb 122pp VG++ 280 gms
(Order reference 9688A).
Orbis 1st 1980
tr to fr of d/w, min bmps + chps to d/w o/w F/VG 1005 gms
(Order reference 969).
Jonathan Cape 1st 1982
8vo, min bmps to bds o/w VG++/VG++ 370 gms
(Order reference 9798).
Collins & Harvill Press 1st 1976
8vo, VG++/VG++ 500 gms
(Order reference 9800)
H F & G Witherby Ltd 1st 1949
8vo, ex lib, no d/w, library binding stamped 'Accrington Public Libraries' to rear bd o/w VG 360 gms
(Order reference 9876).
Bodley Head 1st 1975
8vo VG++/VG++. Comprehensive coverage of each country - 25 chapters, 22 maps and 36 pages of tables showing the status in each country of 432 species. 515 gms
(Order reference 9953).