New York: Johnson Reprint, (1973. facsimile). Folio, 40 colour plates. Publisher's green cloth, limited to 1000 numbered copies, a fine copy. First published 1837-1842.
BOTANY - Orchids
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London: Bodley Head, 1950. Quarto, 40 colour plates by Gavin Bone. Publisher's cloth, limited to 1140 numbered copies.
Canberra: National Botanic Gardens, 1982. Quarto, paperback, bookplate.
Anglesea: ANGAIR, (2004. second edition), Small octavo, paperback, spiral bound, colour photographs, line drawings. This book details all known native orchids of the Anglesea district, Victoria (107 at time of publication) with a colour photograph, name derivation, description, flowering time, local habitat and local conservation status.
London: A & C Black, (2005. first edition). Octavo, colour photographs, maps, paperback. For the first time, this book includes a detailed site guide, covering the best places to see orchids in Britain.
Edinburgh: Thomas Nelson, 1961. Quarto, colour plates, preliminaries spotted, fine copy in dustwrapper.
New York: Johnson Reprint, (1973. facsimile). Folio, 49 colour plates. Publisher's green cloth, limited edition of 1000 numbered copies, fine copy. First published 1838.
Leiden: Brill/Rijksherbarium, 1986. paperback, colour illustrations.
Melbourne: Georgian House, 1951-1958. Small folio, 96 colour plates by the author. Limited to 1030 numbered sets in original wrappers, chipped and loose; the four parts contained loose in the intended publisher's quarter morocco binding.
Sydney: Random House, (1998. second edition), Folio, colour photographs, laminated boards in a velcro sealed box.
Chicago: Chicago Natural History Museum, 1958-1970. Octavo, text illustrations. Publisher's printed wrappers, with separately issued title page. Fieldiana: Botany, Volume 30, numbers one to four and first supplement.
Bangkok: AA The Foundation of Agricultural Development and Education, 2004. Quarto, colour photographs, fine copy in dustwrapper. Bilingual. Part of a three volume set which describes the various varieties of wild orchids left in Burma. Volume one [stock id 28019] and volume three [stock id 28017].