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67 2227 Botany  Joseph Erzherzog von Österreich 67 2227 Botany Joseph Erzherzog von Österreich
67 2227 Botany  Joseph Erzherzog von Österreich 67 2227 Botany Joseph Erzherzog von Österreich
67 2227 Botany  Joseph Erzherzog von Österreich 67 2227 Botany Joseph Erzherzog von Österreich
67 2227 Botany  Joseph Erzherzog von Österreich 67 2227 Botany Joseph Erzherzog von Österreich
67 2227 Botany  Joseph Erzherzog von Österreich 67 2227 Botany Joseph Erzherzog von Österreich
67/2227 [Botany]. Joseph, Erzherzog von Österreich. Atlas der Heilpflanzen des Praelaten Kneipp. Regensburg, W. Wunderling, (1903), (1) textp. (Vorwort), chromolithogr. title, dedic. and 229 plates by M. VON THÜRN UND TAXIS, orig. giltlettered and richly dec. cl., folio.

- Trifle/ sl. yellowed, mainly along outer blank margins. Binding trifle rubbed along extremities. Fine copy.

= Contains 188 numb. plates, 20 plates to letters of the alphabet, a contents title-plate and 20 contents plates. Nissen, BBI 1008n. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CI.

€ (300-500) 375
67/2228 [Botany]. Klebs, A. A catalogue of early herbals. Mostly from the well-known library of Dr. Karl Becher, Karlsbad. Lugano, L'Art Ancien, 1925, XXIV,61p., 2 plates, 14 (full-p.) ills., orig. wr.

- Occas. sl. foxed. Wr. sl. frayed; backstrip worn at spine-ends. = Rare catalogue, with thorough notes.

Blunt, W. The new naturalist. The art of botanical illustration. London, Collins, 1950, XXXI,304p., 79 (col.) plates, 75 ills., orig. giltlettered cl. (fine). Woodward, M. Gerard's Herball. The essence thereof distilled. Ibid., Spring books, 1964, 2nd ed., XIX,303p., woodengr. frontisp., num. ills., orig. giltlettered cl. w. (frayed) dustwr. - AND 4 other English works on botany, i.a. A. ARBER, Herbals. Their origin and evolution. A chapter in the history of botany 1470-1670 (Cambridge, 1938, 2nd ed., num. ills., orig. cl. (bookplate; top of spine trifle worn); E.S. ROHDE, The old English herbals (New York, 1922, col. frontisp., plates, gilt cl. (bookplate; spine-ends trifle chipped) and M.B. FREEMAN, Herbs for the mediaeval household for cooking, healing and divers uses (New York, 1943, 2nd ed., num. ills., printed in 3000 copies, orig. pict. boards).

€ (50-70) 60
67 2229 Botany  Knoop J H 67 2229 Botany Knoop J H
67/2229 [Botany]. Knoop, J.H. Beschouwende en werkdadige Hovenier-konst of inleiding tot de waare oeffening der planten. Waarin aangewezen word al 't gene een Hovenier en aan andere Tuin-oeffenaars dienstig en nodig zyn kan te weeten. Leeuw., A. Ferwerda, 1753, (26),594(1)p., 16 fold. engr. plates by I. FOLKEMA, title-vignette, modern antique style purple leather w. letterpiece, 4to.

- "Hilversum" stamped on title-p.; errata leaf sl. dam. and partly mounted; sl. yellowed/ stained/ mouldy (also affecting the first 10 plates); occas. waterst. in lower margin. Binding fine.

= Oldenburger-Ebbers/ Stehouwer, Bibliografie 18de eeuwse Ned. boeken tuinarchitectuur, p.8: "Knoop dankt zijn reputatie voornamelijk aan de vele publikaties over de cultuur van gewassen. Zijn Beschouwende en werkdadige Hovenier-konst valt enigszins buiten deze reeks. Behalve dat het boek handelt over het kweken van bloemen en planten, komen ook de vormgevende aspecten van een tuinontwerp aan bod. Zijn aanbevelingen leveren Baroktuinen op." A very useful and instructive garden manual. One of the rarest Knoop publications. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CII.

€ (700-900) 750
67 2230 Botany  Kops J 67 2230 Botany Kops J
67 2230 Botany  Kops J 67 2230 Botany Kops J
67 2230 Botany  Kops J 67 2230 Botany Kops J
67/2230 [Botany]. Kops, J. Flora Batava. Vol. 1. Amst., J.C. Sepp en Zoon, n.d. (1800), IV,(6),5 prel. p., engr. title-p. w. handcol. vignette, 80 delicately handcol. engr. plates w. accomp. textleaves, sl. later hcalf w. mor. letterpiece, large 8vo.

- Contents loose(ning). Binding dam. Despite these defects a fine, clean copy.

= Landwehr, Dutch Books w. Col. Plates 60; Nissen, BBI 2247; Pritzel 4822. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CII.

€ (300-500) 300
67 2231 Botany  Kops J and Hall H C van 67 2231 Botany Kops J and Hall H C van
67/2231 [Botany]. Kops, J. and Hall, H.C. van. Flora Batava of afbeelding en beschrijving van Nederlandsche gewassen. V. Deel. Amst., J.C. Sepp en Zoon, 1828, (6),6 textp., 80 handcol. engr. plates, all loose between contemp. board covers w. ties.
€ (150-250) 240
67 2232 Botany  Krauss J C 67 2232 Botany Krauss J C
67 2232 Botany  Krauss J C 67 2232 Botany Krauss J C
67/2232 [Botany]. Krauss, J.C. Almanach der kruid-kunde voor het jaar 1801/ 1802/ 1803. Tot onderrichting en vermaak voor het Schoone Geslacht, als ook die genen die de eerste beginselen der Kruidkunde beöefenen. Amst., J.B. Elwe, (1800-1802), 3 vols., (20),83; (16),76; (16),130p., 3 ident. handcol. engr. titles, 8/ 8/ 4 handcol. plates of flowers (each w. accomp. textleaf (recto and verso)) and 2/ 2/ 4 handcol. plates w. num. botanical ills., orig. unif. blue boards w. engraving on both covers (vol. 1 and 2)/ modern blue cl. w. orig. engravings laid down on both covers, 12mo.

- Without year 1800, containing the first text-parts. Contents fine. Bindings rubbed; archive ticket on frontcover vol. 1802.

= Rare miniature herbal for ladies in the shape of an almanac by Johan Carl Krauss (1759-1826), German professor of Medicine in Leiden. Not in Nissen.

€ (120-150) 130
67 2233 Botany  Latour C de 67 2233 Botany Latour C de
67/2233 [Botany]. Latour, C. de. Le langage des fleurs. Brussels, A. Wahlen, n.d. (±1830), (4),322p., stipple-engr. title, frontisp. and 13 plates, all contemp. handcol., sl. later gilt blindst. calf w. mor. letterpiece, a.e.g., 12mo.

- Lacks the last index leaf; usual yellowing/ foxing; htitle w. remnant of ticket, pasted to verso frontisp. and partly removed again. Neatly rebacked w. use of the greater part of the orig. backstrip.

= Cf. Nissen BBI 1143 (other editions). Containing 12 botanical plates to the months and 1 plate with 16 small botanical illustrations. Numerous different editions were published in the same period with varying numbers of plates.

AND 1 other: L.-A. MARTIN, Nouveau Langage des Fleurs, ou Parterre de Flore (...) (Brussels, 1839, 20 (of 22) handcol. lithogr. plates, modern hcl., sm. 8vo. Lacks 2 plates).

€ (70-90) 70
67 2234 Botany  Lee J 67 2234 Botany Lee J
67/2234 [Botany]. Lee, J. An Introduction to Botany. Containing an Explanation of the Theory of that Science; extracted from the Works of Linnaeus. London, S. Crowder etc., 1794, 5th corr. ed., XXIV,434,(8 publ. cat.)p., 12 engr. plates, 19th cent. gilt hcalf.

- Trifle foxed. Backstrip some wormholes along sides; corners showing.

= First published in 1760 and for a large part a free translation of Linnaeus' Philosophia botanica of 1751. Henrey 956; not in Nissen.

€ (70-90) 80
67 2235 Botany  Linden L 67 2235 Botany Linden L
67/2235 [Botany]. Linden, L. Les Orchidées exotiques et leur culture en Europe. Brussels/ Paris, the author/ O. Doin, 1894, XIV,1019,(1 advert.)p., 141 (double-p.) woodengr. ills. (incl. 14 (of 15?) double-p. plates), portrait, contemp. gilt hmor., 4to.

- Without fig. 121, called for in the index but no leaf seems to have been removed from this copy. Sl. yellowed; occas. trifle foxed; owner's entry on title-p. Spine sunned.

= Not in Nissen or Pritzel.

€ (200-300)
67 2236 Botany  Lindley J 67 2236 Botany Lindley J
67/2236 [Botany]. Lindley, J. Ladies' Botany: or a Familiar Introduction to the Study of the Natural System of Botany. London, J. Ridgway and Sons, n.d. (±1850), 5th ed., 2 vols., XVI,300; VIII,280p., 50 handcol. engr. plates, orig. unif. blindst. cl. w. gilt spine.

- Plates yellowed; old owner's entry on both first free endpapers ("For dear Mary From Elisa Wilton Abbey March 22nd - 1862"). Bindings frayed/ sl. dam. at spine-ends; joints starting.

= Nissen, BBI 1201.

€ (100-150) 100
67 2237 Botany  Maddock J 67 2237 Botany Maddock J
67/2237 [Botany]. Maddock, J. The Florist's Directory; or a Treatise on the Culture of Flowers; to which is added a Supplementary Dissertation on Soils, Manures, &c. London, B. White & Sons etc. for the author, 1792, VII,(1),272p., engr. title-p. and 6 engr. plates, modern hcalf.

- Sl. browned/ foxed at beginning and end; some offsetting from/ on plates; upper hinges strengthened w. thin tape.

= Henrey III, 1002.

AND 2 others: PH. MILLER, The Gardeners Kalendar; Directing what Works are necessary to be done Every Month in the Kitchen, Fruit, and Pleasure-Gardens, As also in the Conservatory and Nursery (...) (London, 1757, 11th ed., engr. frontisp., recased contemp. calf) and TH. MAWE, J. ABERCROMBIE a.o., Every Man his own Gardener. Being a New, and much more Complete Gardener's Kalendar (...) (ibid., n.d. (±1780), 10th ed., engr. frontisp., later calf).

€ (80-100) 80
67 2238 Botany  Malo C 67 2238 Botany Malo C
67/2238 [Botany]. Malo, C. Guirlande de Flore. Paris, (L.) Janet, n.d. (1815), XXXVI,180,(8)p., stipple-engr. title and 15 plates depicting various kinds of flowers after P. BESSA, all printed in colours and finished by hand, contemp. gilt mor., a.e.g., 12mo.

- Plates yellowed, some sl. browned; textlvs. some foxing. Binding sl. worn along extremities.

= Nissen, BBI 1265. Beautiful, delicate plates.

€ (100-150) 140
67 2239 Botany  Malo C 67 2239 Botany Malo C
67/2239 [Botany]. Malo, C. Histoire des tulipes. Paris, L. Janet, n.d. (1821), 180p., stipple-engr. title and 12 stipple-engr. plates depicting tulips after P. BESSA, all printed in colours and finished by hand, contemp. gilt blindst. calf, a.e.g., 12mo.

- Plates sl. browned; sl. occas. foxing; bookplate on upper pastedown. Rebacked w. use of part of orig. backstrip.

= Nissen, BBI 1267. Beautiful plates of tulips. The rarest of the small floras by Malo.

€ (200-300) 300
67 2240 Botany  Malo C  67 2240 Botany Malo C
67 2240 Botany  Malo C  67 2240 Botany Malo C
67/2240 [Botany]. (Malo, C.). Parterre de Flore. Paris, L. Janet, n.d. (1820), IV,176p., stipple-engr. title-p. w. handcol. and gommé ill. and 11 (hand)col. and gommé plates after P. BESSA, contemp. plain boards, a.e.g., 12mo.

- Plates yellowed/ sl. foxed; otherwise sl. foxed. Boards rubbed along extremities.

= Nissen, BBI 1268; not in Pritzel.

Botanique de la Jeunesse. Paris, Delaunay, 1812, (2),205,(1),(4 publ. cat.)p., engr. title w. handcol. ill., 29 (of 30) mostly handcol. plates, contemp. hcalf w. mor. letterpiece, 12mo.

- Lacks plate 10. Trifle foxed/ thumbed; upper hinge weak; old owner's entries/ doodles on endpapers. Binding dam. at top of spine and one spot on spine; corners repaired.

= Not in Nissen, Pritzel or Gumuchian. Very rare.

€ (70-90) 70
67 2241 Botany  Martin  L  A 67 2241 Botany Martin L A
67/2241 [Botany]. Martin, (L.)-A. Le langage des fleurs. Brussels, Périchon, n.d. (±1830), new ed., XVII,(1),352p., contemp. handcol. (stipple-)engr. title, frontisp. and 13 plates, sl. later gilt green hmor., a.e.g., 12mo.

- Plates yellowed/ sl. browned; textlvs. some sl. foxing. Binding rubbed along extremities; upper joint splitting but strong on cords.

= Not in Nissen BBI or Pritzel; cf. Gumuchian 3975.

Latour, C. de. Le Langage des fleurs. Ibid., Bruylant-Christophe et Cie., 1854, new ed., XII,292p., 12 handcol. lithogr. plates, 20th cent. clothbacked boards, sm. 8vo.

- One plate cut short.

€ (100-150)
67 2242 Botany  Martin  L  A 67 2242 Botany Martin L A
67/2242 [Botany]. Martin, (L.)-A. Le langage des fleurs. Brussels, Société Belge de Librairie Hauman et Cie, 1840, (4),291p., stipple-engr. title, frontisp. and 13 plates, all contemp. handcol., orig. gilt black mor., a.e.g., 12mo.

- A few plates sl. browned, otherwise the usual yellowing/ foxing. Binding rubbed along extremities.

= Not in Nissen BBI or Pritzel; cf. Gumuchian 3975.

AND 1 other: P. ZACCONE, Nouveau langage des fleurs avec leur valeur symbolique et leur emploi pour l'expression des pensées (Paris, 1877, 12 chromo-lithogr. plates, woodengr. ills., modern hmor., orig. (trimmed) front- and backwr. loosely inserted).

€ (70-90)
67 2243 Botany  Martin  L  A 67 2243 Botany Martin L A
67 2243 Botany  Martin  L  A 67 2243 Botany Martin L A
67/2243 [Botany]. Martin, (L.)-A. Nouveau Langage des Fleurs, ou Parterre de Flore, contenant le symbole et le langage des fleurs, leur histoire et leur origine mythologique, ainsi que les plus jolis vers composés à ce sujet. Brussels, Th. Lejeune, 1832, (4),II,(2),295p., lithogr. frontisp. and 18 plates, all contemp. handcol., later hcl., sm. 8vo.

- Usual occas. sl. foxing; plates yellowed, a few sl. browned. Binding rubbed along extremities; joints splitting.

(Malo, C.). Histoire des tulipes. (Paris, L. Janet, 1821), 180p., 12 stipple-engr. plates depicting tulips after P. BESSA, all printed in colours, modern calf, 12mo.

- Lacks the frontispiece, htitle and title-p.; some usual yellowing/ sl. foxing. = Nissen, BBI 1267.

€ (80-100)
67 2244 Botany  Matthiolus P A 67 2244 Botany Matthiolus P A
67/2244 [Botany]. Matthiolus, P.A. Apologia adversus Amatum Lusitanum, cum censura in eiusdem ennarationes. Et: Epistolarum Medicinalium Libri V. Item: Dialogus de Morbo Gallico. Frankf., N. Bassaeus, 1598, 236,(115)p., woodcut title-vignette, 5 (botanical) text ills., engr. portrait, later chintz wr., folio.

- Two lvs. (RR3 and RR4) misbound; sl. yellowed/ foxed; occas. browned.

= Published as part of the Opera, quae extant (...). Nissen, BBI 1309; Pritzel 5984. First separate publication Venice, 1558.

€ (200-300) 200
67/2245 [Botany]. Meerbeeck, P.J. van. Recherches historiques et critiques sur la vie et ouvrages de Rembert Dodoens. Malines, P.J. Hanico, 1841, XIV,(2),340p., helio-engr. frontisp. w. portrait of Dodonaeus, 1 plate, contemp. boards w. red mor. letterpiece.

- Occas. trifle foxed. Letterpiece partly worn off; top of spine dam.

AND 13 others, mostly sm. French publications on botany i.a. by F.W.T HUNGER and issues of De Gids, Nederlandsch Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis en De Vrije Fries.

€ (50-70) 50
67 2246 Botany  Mollevaut C L 67 2246 Botany Mollevaut C L
67/2246 [Botany]. Mollevaut, C.L. Les Fleurs. Poëme en Quatre Chants. Paris, A. Bertrand, n.d. (1818), III,(1),204p., stipple-engr. title and 8 plates after BESSA (of flowers) and CHASSELAT, 4p. engr. scores, fold. table, contemp. gilt hcalf w. paper letterpiece, 12mo.

- Partly waterstained in lower outer (mainly blank) corner; sl./ vaguely foxed (worse towards the end). Spine-ends chipped; title-piece dam.

= Four plates of flower bouquets and four showing i.a. mythological scenes. Nissen, BBI 1397 (calling for 5 plates printed in colour); not in Pritzel.

€ (70-90) 100