London: Tryon Gallery, 1979. Folio, 14 colour plates. Publisher's blue quarter calf and marbled boards, slipcase. Limited to 505 copies.
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Edition de la Main Fleurie, 2004. Quarto, 48 prints. WAS $1,800. Edited with a introduction by Ben Forkner. An edition of high quality reproductions of his original watercolors, along with key notes and correspondence by Audubon and a biographical introduction. Printed in a 14-point font on 200g deckled cream stock...
New York: American Heritage Publishing, 1966. Small folio, 431 colour plates by Audubon, fine copy in very good dustwrapper. The cheaper single volume issue, published the same year as a two volume set in a slipcase.
London: Oxford University Press, 1975. Octavo, text illustrations, very good copy in dustwrapper. Originally published 1862.
London: The Fine Art Society, 1881. Quarto, 32 illustrations from original wood blocks. Publisher's leather-grained cloth, all edges coloured, a few spots throughout, otherwise a very good copy.
New York: Random House, (2004. reprint). Quarto, colour plates, fine copy in dustwrapper. A showcase for Audubon's stunning colour plates, reproduced directly from the surviving original watercolours.
New York: Christie, Manson and Woods International Inc, 1993. Quarto, colour illustrations, publisher's cloth binding, very good. Auction catalogue.
Melbourne: Queensberry Hill Press, 1981. Quarto, 20 plates and accompanying text leaves. Publisher's handsome quarter red morocco and red cloth with gilt floral design, floral endpapers, slipcase. Limited to 175 numbered copies. This handsome facsimile has an excellent introductory text by Helen Duffy. A note from the publisher (Peter Marsh)...
London: Oxford University Press, 1943. Octavo, text illustrations, bookplate, colour plates by Ennion.
Cambridge: [Cambridge] University Press, 1903. Octavo, Publisher's cloth, library stamps and signature on title page.
London: Ebury Press, 1967. Quarto, colour plates, signature, bookplate, dustwrapper.
Fremantle: Fremantle Press, 2008. Quarto, colour illustrations, very good copy with dustwrapper. Seven leading botanical artists are brought together in this beautifully illustrated book. Author Janda Gooding shares the stories behind each artist's illustrations and reveals a rich and diverse record of Western Australia's unique flora, fauna and fungi. Illustrations...
Secauacus: Chartwell Books, 1980. Quarto, colour plates, dustwrapper. With an excellent essay on Gould and his circle by Maureen Lambourne. All the plates from Birds of Great Britain, first published 1862-1873, are figured.
London: Collins, 1951. Large folio, 31 coloured and uncoloured plates. Publisher's half morocco and slipcase, spine lightly sunned. Limited to 250 numbered copies and signed by the three contributors.
Exton: Schiffer, 1983. Quarto, photographs, fine copy in dustwrapper.
Caldwell: The Caxton Printers, (1980. reprint). Oblong format, 26 full page plates.
London: H. F. and G. Witherby, 1975. Large octavo, colour plates, inscription, very good in dustwrapper.
New York: Abrams, 1988. Quarto, colour plates, fine copy in dustwrapper.
London: Scriptum Editions, 2003. Quarto, colour plates, bookplate, dustwrapper. Through botanical paintings and essays this book examines the fascinating history of plants and flowers. Over 20 families are profiled, including cacti, daffodils, iris, magnolia, poppies, roses, tulips and waterlilies.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1980. Folio, colour plates, very good copy in dustwrapper.
Paris: Librarie Hachette, 1877. Quarto, 20 uncoloured plates by Joseph Wolf. Contemporary brown half morocco, marbled boards, corners worn, some spotting throughout.
London: Ariel Press, 1970. Folio, 24 colour plates, bookplate, fine copy in dustwrapper.
Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1988. Quarto, illustrations, softcover, fine copy.
Sydney: Sydney University Press, 1973. Octavo, illustrations, paperback.
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1998. Octavo, illustrations, fine copy in dustwrapper. Inspired by a major travelling exhibition of Catesby's watercolour drawings from the Royal Library, this interdisciplinary collection considers Mark Catesby's endeavours as a naturalist-artist, scientific explorer, experimental horticulturist, ornamental gardener, and early environmental thinker in terms of...