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A Natural History of British Moths - Rev. F.O. Morris - 4 Volumes (1872)

£200.00

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A Natural History of British Moths -
Accurately Describing Every Known Species With The English as Well as Scientific Names, Accompanied By Full Descriptions, Date of Appearance, Lists of the Localities of their Haunt, Their Food in the Caterpillar State, and Other Features of Their Habits and Modes of Existence, etc, etc.

Complete in Four Volumes

By The Rev. F.O. Morris

The Plates Contain Nearly Two Thousand Exquisitely Coloured Specimens

Published by George Bell and Sons, 1872

In good condition; Volume 1 has small segments missing from top of spine and some loose plates; volume 2 has small segment missing from top of spine; volume 3 has small segment missing from top of spine; volume 4 has damage to top and bottom of spine with a split on the right of the spine half way down.

Pages are in good condition, some foxing to the front endpapers before title pages but thereafter the pages are very good.

Postage cost reflects 2+kg weight.

Item details

Author(s):
Morris, F.O.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
4to - 10 - 13
Edition:
1872
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
George Bell and Sons

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A Natural History of British Moths -
Accurately Describing Every Known Species With The English as Well as Scientific Names, Accompanied By Full Descriptions, Date of Appearance, Lists of the Localities of their Haunt, Their Food in the Caterpillar State, and Other Features of Their Habits and Modes of Existence, etc, etc.

Complete in Four Volumes

By The Rev. F.O. Morris

The Plates Contain Nearly Two Thousand Exquisitely Coloured Specimens

Published by George Bell and Sons, 1872

In good condition; Volume 1 has small segments missing from top of spine and some loose plates; volume 2 has small segment missing from top of spine; volume 3 has small segment missing from top of spine; volume 4 has damage to top and bottom of spine with a split on the right of the spine half way down.

Pages are in good condition, some foxing to the front endpapers before title pages but thereafter the pages are very good.

Postage cost reflects 2+kg weight.

Author(s):
Morris, F.O.
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
4to - 10 - 13
Edition:
1872
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
George Bell and Sons

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