Sydney: Australaian Documents Library, 1980. Quarto, fine copy in dustwrapper.
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Washington: Smithsonian Institution, Bulletin 186, 1945. Octavo, photographs, extra illustrated with colour photocopies. Binder's cloth, pasted in an original watercolour by Martin Woodcock, the signature of Martin Woodcock.
Philadelphia: Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1928-1966. Octavo, binder's cloth, typescript index.
Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1963. Octavo, Binder's cloth, typescript index, the pencil signature of Martin Woodcock, an outstanding collection of papers.
Bhamo: Author? 1908. Octavo, Publisher's cloth, a title page is not present (never published?), hinges lightly cracked, rare. Herbert Hastings Harington (1868-1916) was a British Indian Army officer who worked in Burma and wrote on the birds of the region. "The majority of these notes appeared in the Rangoon Gazette .. [Introduction].
Bangkok: Natural History Society of Siam, 19211931. Octavo, one coloured plate, folding map. binder's cloth, repairs to half title, very scarce. A complete copy of volume five (parts one to four) of The journal of Natural History Society of Siam edited by alcolm A. Smith and W. J. F. Williamson.
Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, (1953. second edition). Octavo, 31 colour plates by A. M. Hughes, folding map, very good copy in dustwrapper, the copy of Martin Woodcock with his signature and an ORIGINAL WATERCOLOUR by Woodcock pasted in.
London: The Ibis, 1935-1941. Octavo, one chromolithographic plate by Gronvold, two folding maps. Binder's copy, the copy of Martin Woodcock, with twelve additionial ORIGINAL WATERCOLOURS by Woodcock pasted in. The four papers are: 1. Stanford, J. K. and C. B. Ticehurst. Notes on some new or rarely recorded Burmese birds...
Auckland: Reed Methuen, 1986. Octavo, photographs, bookplate, fine copy in dustwrapper.
London: Hutchinson, 1971. Octavo, photographs, bookplate, signature, dustwrapper.
Melbourne: Lansdowne, (1975. facsimile). Folio, coloured plates. Publisher's full calf a very good copy. The Supplement. A variety of later discovered birds are figured, including the Night Parrot.
Melbourne: Lansdowne, (1975. facsimile). Folio, coloured plates. Publisher's vinyl, a very good copy. Kimgfishers and others.
Melbourne: Lansdowne, (1974. facsimile). Folio, coloured plates. Publisher's vinyl, a very good copy. Robins and other small passerines.
Melbourne: Lansdowne, (1975. facsimile). Folio, coloured plates. Publisher's vinyl, a very good copy. Waders and other waterbirds.
Melbourne: Lansdowne, (1974. facsimile). Folio, coloured plates. Publisher's vinyl, a very good copy. Honeyeaters.
London: John Stockdale, 1789. Quarto, appendix and final advertisement leaf, 54 engraved plates and charts (six folding), including 31 hand coloured natural history plates on laid paper. Speckled full calf, spine fully gilt, a few charts strengthened with tissue on the versos at fold junctions, two charts slightly shaved; a nice, clean copy.
Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1893. Quarto, five handcolored lithographs. Modern binder's cloth, embossed owner's stamp on half title, a fine crisp copy. A monograph on the extinct birds in the collection of the Museum of Natural History, Paris. The handsome plates depict Mascarene Parrot (Mascarinus mascarin), Reunion Starling (Fregilupus varius), Mauritius...
Amsterdam: C. G. Ven der Post, 1857. Quarto, five uncoloured lithographic plates (three folding). Publisher's printed boards, a very good copy, rare. The grizzled tree-kangaroo (Dendrolagus inustus) is a native of New Guinea. REFER FLANNERY TREE KANGAROOS.
Paris: Chez Roret, 1835. Quarto, nine uncoloured lithographs (four folding). Modern half morocco, some buckling to boards, plates with foxing. Effectively a monograph on marsupials with fine large folding plates of Wombat and the South American Yapok.
London: Cassell & Company, . Octavo, profusely illustrated, original pictorial cloth, worn and splitting along front hinge, scarce.
Sydney: Craftsman House, 1988. Folio, colour plates, fine set in publisher's slipcase. Ash Island Series Volume 0ne: Historical Drawings of Moths and Butterflies. Volume two: Historical Drawings of Native Flowers. From the collections of the Mitchell library, Sydney. The boxed set, the individual volumes were also available individually.
Melbourne: Acclimatisation Society of Victoria, 1862. Octavo, later binder's wrappers, scarce.
Genova: Instituto Sordi-Muti, 1880. Tall octavo, 18 lithographic plates, including ten chromolithographs. Publisher's quarter cloth and marbled boards, a fine copy, very scarce. A catalogue of considerable importance to Papua New Guinea natural history. The specimens were the results of Luigi D'Albertis collecting trips, with many new species of birds...
London: Collins, 1950. Octavo, colour plates, illustrations, lacks dustwrapper, owner's stamp and signature. New Naturalist Monograph 4.
London: Adam and Charles Black, 1909. Octavo, text illustrations. Binder's cloth, wrappers retained, bookplate, signature.