- 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).