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  1. The Physical Geography of the Sea.
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    The Physical Geography of the Sea. 1855

    £2,250

    First edition. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: “Walter R. Jones from his friend the Author”. Jones was president of the Atlantic Mutual Insurance Company and had a sustained correspondence with Maury on establishing shipping lanes as a way to prevent collisions. …Read more

  2. The Works.
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    The Works. 1894

    £1,250

    Author’s edition, one of 1,000 numbered sets collecting works by the British biologist and science educationist Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–1895). “Huxley published over 400 essays, papers, letters, reviews, and books. Many of his papers on invertebrate anatomy and vertebrate palaeontology were amassed by Foster and …Read more

  3. Smithsonian Scientific Series.
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    Smithsonian Scientific Series. 1929-32

    £1,250

    Signed limited edition, one of 875 sets signed by C. G. Abbot and especially prepared for the patrons of the Smithsonian. Read more

  4. Autograph letter signed to T. H. Huxley (“My dear Huxley”).
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    Autograph letter signed to T. H. Huxley (“My dear Huxley”). [1862]

    £25,000

    Darwin writes late at night to report that “I have this minute finished your Address to Geolog. Socy. & I must just thank you for sending it me. – I have read it with uncommon interest. It is a wonderful condensed & original summary …Read more

  5. Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty’s Ships Adventure and Beagle,
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    Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty’s Ships Adventure and Beagle, 1839

    £45,000

    First edition, first issue of the Darwin volume, “Journal and Remarks 1832–1836″, printed before the end of January 1839, the month he was elected to the Royal Society, and so without the letters F.R.S. after his name on the second title. Vol. I contains King’s …Read more

  6. Gedanken von der wahren Schätzung der lebendigen Kräfte und Beurtheilung der Beweise derer sich Herr von Leibnitz und andere Mechaniker in dieser Streitsache bedienet haben, nebst einigen vorhergehenden Betrachtungen welche die Kraft der Körper überhaupt betreffen, durch Immanuel Kant.
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    Gedanken von der wahren Schätzung der lebendigen Kräfte und Beurtheilung der Beweise derer sich Herr von Leibnitz und andere Mechaniker in dieser Streitsache bedienet haben, nebst einigen vorhergehenden Betrachtungen welche die Kraft der Körper überhaupt betreffen, durch Immanuel Kant. 1746 [recte 1749].

    £22,500

    Very rare first edition of Kant’s first book. “In his early years Kant pondered the nature of space and time first from the point of view of Leibniz and then of Newton, but eventually he found both positions unsatisfactory. In his Thoughts on the true …Read more

  7. The Sentiment of Flowers; or Language of Flora.

    The Sentiment of Flowers; or Language of Flora. 1842

    £950

    Ninth edition, first published in 1836 with just 12 plates, this appears to be the edition with the largest number of plates. All of these early, self-published editions are uncommon, Copac offering just 5 locations for editoons between 1839 – “sixth thousand” – and 1842. …Read more

  8. Flowers and Flower Lore.

    Flowers and Flower Lore. 1883

    £150

    First edition. “Friend’s Flowers and Flower Lore (1883) appears to be the most often reprinted of the flower folklores. It is also probably the best, in that Friend seems the closest to modern scholarship – which does not mean that his work is not popular …Read more

  9. British Fresh-Water Fishes.

    British Fresh-Water Fishes. [1879]

    £1,500

    First edition of this “classic and beautifully illustrated” work (Everard and Knight, Britain’s Game Fishes, online), “even more lavishly illustrated [than Houghton’s previous titles]. Full-page coloured plates of each species were included, as well as a landscape scene in black and white of a freshwater …Read more

  10. Le Règne Animal

    Le Règne Animal 1817

    £1,350

    First edition, with all four half titles present, and the 15 engraved plates by Laurillard. This is the seminal work of natural history by the recognised father of comparative anatomy, applying the Linnaean system of classification to the whole animal kingdom, and establishing the four …Read more

  11. Wild Chorus.

    Wild Chorus. 1938

    £600

    First and limited edition, number 386 of 1,250 copies signed by Scott. A particularly attractive copy of the sumptuously produced limited edition. Read more

  12. Nouvelle construction de cheminées,

    Nouvelle construction de cheminées, 1760

    £325

    Second edition, preceded by the rare Paris edition of 1759. An important work on chimneys and their ventilation: “the latest technology on making chimneys draw properly and preventing smoke in rooms” (Deborah Howard, William Adam, Architectural Society of Scotland, 1990; who also notes that James …Read more

  13. The Birds of the British Islands.

    The Birds of the British Islands. 1906-11

    £1,750

    First edition. Stonham (1858-1916) “was senior surgeon to the Westminster Hospital… [and] was decorated for services in South Africa as chief surgeon and officer commanding the Imperial Yeomanry Field Hospital”. The illustrator, Lilian Medland (1880-1955) has been described by the National Library of Australia as …Read more

  14. The Naturalist in Nicaragua:

    The Naturalist in Nicaragua: 1874,

    £1,750

    First edition. This copy inscribed verso of the front free endpaper; “P. Brown Esqre, M.D. with the kind regards of the Author”, with Brown’s ownership inscription to the title page. The son of a Newcastle seedsman, Belt (1832–1878) was educated at a private school conducted …Read more

  15. St. Helena.

    St. Helena. 1875

    £1,750

    First edition of this “landmark book which established [Melliss] as the first historian of the island and included a section on natural history intended as a precursor for an ambitious broader study of the African islands of the southern Atlantic. The botanical illustrations for the …Read more

  16. Moths of the Limberlost.

    Moths of the Limberlost. 1916

    £350

    Second US printing, first published 1912. This copy inscribed on the front free endpaper; “For Leafie Sloan-Orcutt from Gene Stratton-Porter, Christmas 1921”. Stratton-Porter was a prolific and highly successful novelist, but is probably equally remembered today as a natural history writer, pioneering environmentalist and nature …Read more

  17. The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom.

    The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom. 1876

    £2,000

    First edition. Darwin’s research on fertilisation in plants was an offshoot of his work on evolution and natural selection. To demonstrate that genetic variation gave organisms an advantage in the struggle for survival, he performed experiments demonstrating that self-fertilisation weakened plants in comparison with those …Read more

  18. Select Orchidaceous Plants.

    Select Orchidaceous Plants. 1862-65

    £3,500

    First edition of the first series of Warner and Williams’s richly illustrated large-format work on orchid species, one of “the most glorious iconographic orchid books produced during the height of orchid collecting in the nineteenth century” (Long, Flora Illustrata, p.8). The Florist and Pomologist was …Read more

  19. The Origins of Prebiological Systems

    The Origins of Prebiological Systems 1965

    £350

    First edition, first impression, presentation copy inscribed by the editor to NASA administrator Dr Homer E. Newell Jr on the front free endpaper, “22 February 1965, To Dr. Homer Newell with compliments, Sidney W. Fox”. A fine association for this collection of studies on the …Read more

  20. Intelligent Life in the Universe.

    Intelligent Life in the Universe. 1966

    £450

    First edition, first printing, of Carl Sagan’s first book, concerning the topic that consumed him throughout his life. This wonderful association copy comes from the library, with ownership stamp to the front free endpaper, of Dr Homer E. Newell Jr. (1915-1983). Newell was a mathematics …Read more

  21. A Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit-Trees; in which a new method of pruning and training is fully described.

    A Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit-Trees; in which a new method of pruning and training is fully described. 1802

    £1,250

    First edition. Forsyth (1737–1804), for whom the forsythia was named, was superintendent of the royal gardens at St. James and Kensington. The Observations on the Diseases, Defects, and Injuries of Fruit and Forest Trees had been separately published in 1791. The “particular method of cure” …Read more

  22. The Woodland Companion:

    The Woodland Companion: 1802

    £375

    First edition of John Aikin’s copiously illustrated pocket guide to thirty-five of the best-known British trees, most of them native species. “But as words alone would be inadequate to enable anyone not an adept in botanical science to ascertain the several species, [the writer] has …Read more

  23. The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,

    The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, 1875

    £1,850

    Sixth edition, fifteenth thousand. The sixth edition (eleventh thousand) was first issued in 1872, and was “extensively revised [by Darwin] and contains a new chapter, VII. This was inserted to confute the views of the Roman Catholic biologist St George Mivart” (Freeman). The Origin is, …Read more

  24. Materials for the Study of Variation:

    Materials for the Study of Variation: 1894

    £750

    First edition. “William Bateson read the newly discovered paper [by Mendel] and recognized immediately its relevance to the unsolved problem expounded in his Materials for the Study of Variation… variation is the cause of the evolution of species; but what causes variation, and how does …Read more

  25. The Birds of America,

    The Birds of America, [1839-]1840–1844.

    £52,500

    First octavo edition of Audubon’s “Great National Work”, the first complete edition and the first American edition, the original double-elephant folio was published in Edinburgh and London between 1827 and 1838. A very handsome set, the plates clean and fresh, of the “most beautiful, popular, …Read more

  26. The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication.

    The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication. 1868

    £2,000

    First edition, second issue (with the one-line erratum in volume II); 1,250 copies were published in February 1868 and the two issues have “considerable textual differences” (Freeman). “The term ‘survival of the fittest’ (borrowed at Wallace’s insistence from Herbert Spencer’s 1866 Principles of Biology) first …Read more

  27. Telliamed

    Telliamed 1748

    £850

    First edition of the author’s fundamental work, dedicated to “l’illustre Cyrano de Bergerac”, in which he expounds his unbiblical theories on the formation of the earth. “Great fame was achieved by de Maillet in Telliamed [published in] 1748, 1749, 1755 (translated into English and published …Read more

  28. The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne,

    The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, 1789

    £1,875

    First edition of this classic text of both English natural history and literature, with the armorial bookplate of English naturalist Joseph Whitaker (1850-1932), who as vice-president of the Selborne Society (founded in 1885) commissioned the memorial window to White in St Mary’s Church, Selborne, completed …Read more

  29. The Natural History of Selborne.

    The Natural History of Selborne. 1900

    £1,875

    First edition illustrated by Edmund New, in a splendid onlay binding incorporating a variety of attractive natural history motifs. First published in 1789, and one of the great English books of the 18th century, Selborne was “the first book which raised natural history into the …Read more

  30. African Mammal Drawings. The Wellcome Volume.

    African Mammal Drawings. The Wellcome Volume. 1983

    £300

    First edition, limited edition of 500, this number 139 of 400 cloth-bound copies. A research associate in the Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, Kingdon specialises in evolutionary biology and the biogeography of African mammals, especially primates and humans, author editor of the seven-volume East …Read more

  31. Non-Verbal Communication.

    Non-Verbal Communication. 1972

    £225

    First edition, first impression. Advance review copy with the publisher’s slip laid in. This report on non-verbal communication in humans and animals sets out the findings of a Royal Society study group. It is accompanied by essays “written from the point of view of a …Read more

  32. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,

    On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, 1869

    £2,250

    Fifth edition of “the most important biological book ever written” (Freeman). This copy is in Freeman’s variant c. of the binding (no priority). “The fifth edition of 1869 was of 2,000 copies and was again much revised. It is in this one that Darwin used …Read more

  33. Nicoll’s Birds of Egypt.

    Nicoll’s Birds of Egypt. 1930

    £225

    First edition, first impression. Michael Nicoll was assistant director of the Zoological Gardens at Giza from 1906 until his retirement in 1924. When posted to Cairo as chief intelligence officer to the Egyptian expeditionary force, Meinertzhagen sought Nicoll out and the pair became friends. Nicoll …Read more

  34. The Science of Gems, Jewels, Coins, and Medals, Ancient and Modern.

    The Science of Gems, Jewels, Coins, and Medals, Ancient and Modern. 1867

    £275

    First edition. Presentation copy inscribed by the author to sculptor John Graham Lough: “To John Graham Esq. and his amiable wife, this volume conveys the sincere regards, of the Author and his wife” (half-title). Archibald Billing (1791–1881) was a physician by trade and an amateur …Read more

  35. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,
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    On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, 1860

    £7,500

    Second edition of “the most important biological book ever written” (Freeman), one of 3,000 copies printed, the issue most commonly met with, bearing 1860 on the title page (a very few copies bear 1859). The second edition “can be recognised immediately by the date, by …Read more

  36. A Victorian novelty card with a lace paperwork border.

    A Victorian novelty card with a lace paperwork border. c.1880s]

    £350

    A charming piece of Victorian ephemera, a card with an illustration of a reader with his nose stuck in a work of natural history. When the book is folded back, he is revealed with a huge grin and luxuriant beard. Read more

  37. Notes of a Naturalist in South America.

    Notes of a Naturalist in South America. 1887

    £350

    First edition, presentation copy to the author’s college, Christ’s College, Cambridge, with the presentation bookplate to the front pastedown. The Dublin-born John Ball (1818–1889) was a politician, naturalist, and Alpine traveller. After leaving Cambridge he travelled in Switzerland and elsewhere in Europe, contributing papers on …Read more

  38. Nature versus Natural Selection: an essay on Organic Evolution.

    Nature versus Natural Selection: an essay on Organic Evolution. 1895

    £250

    First edition. Charles Clement Coe (1830–1921) was educated at Manchester College, Oxford, and was appointed minister of the Unitarian Great Meeting chapel in Bond Street, Leicester. In this work, he defends evolution but rejects natural selection. The Scottish biologist J. Arthur Thomson gave the book …Read more

  39. Notes of a Botanist on the Amazon & Andes

    Notes of a Botanist on the Amazon & Andes 1908

    £1,250

    First edition. One of Wallace’s later works was this edition of the botanical papers and diaries of his friend and co-Amazonian explorer Richard Spruce, who had died in 1894. “This work best reflects [Spruce’s] gift for analysis, description, and narrative, along with his dry humour” …Read more

  40. Nouvelles Illustrations de Zoologie … New Illustrations of Zoology,

    Nouvelles Illustrations de Zoologie … New Illustrations of Zoology, 1776

    £5,000

    First edition. This is a very well coloured copy of a book which often suffers from indifferent colouring. Peter Brown (fl. 1758–1799), thought to be Danish, was court painter to the Prince of Wales. It is not certain if he studied as a pupil of …Read more

  41. Our Wandering Continents.

    Our Wandering Continents. 1937

    £375

    First edition, first impression of “one of the most important geological books of the twentieth century” (Nisbet, Living Earth, p. 147). Du Toit, a South African geologist, presented firm evidence from palaeontology, sedimentology, glaciation and rock types in order to develop Alfred Wegener’s still-controversial theory …Read more

  42. The Florist’s Guide, and the Cultivator’s Directory;

    The Florist’s Guide, and the Cultivator’s Directory; 1827–32.

    £8,750

    First edition of this highly attractive botanical directory, originally published periodically. Wilfrid Blunt describes Edwin Dalton Smith as a “considerable artist of small-scale work” (The Art of Botanical Illustration, 1950, p. 212). He was employed at the Royal Gardens at Kew for many years and …Read more

  43. Chinese Natural History Drawings

    Chinese Natural History Drawings 1974

    £275

    First and limited edition, number 313 of 400 copies. A handsomely produced facsimile edition of a selection from the important and stunning collection of natural history paintings collected by John Reeves (1774-1856), a collector and artist who was based in Canton as the East …Read more

  44. The Natural History of Barbados.

    The Natural History of Barbados. 1750

    £3,750

    First edition of this important and attractive early work on the natural history of Barbados, by the Welsh-born clergyman and naturalist Griffith Hughes (1707-1758?). “In Barbados, Hughes developed the idea of publishing a book on the island’s natural history. In 1743 he visited London with …Read more

  45. Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty’s Ships Adventure and Beagle,

    Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty’s Ships Adventure and Beagle, 1839

    £87,500

    First edition. In this set, the Darwin volume, “Journal and Remarks 1832–1836”, is the first issue, printed before the end of January 1839, the month he was elected to the Royal Society, and so without the letters F.R.S. after his name on the second title. …Read more

  46. The Garden at Eichstätt: The Book of Plants by Basilius Besler.

    The Garden at Eichstätt: The Book of Plants by Basilius Besler. 2000

    £125

    First edition, first impression of Taschen’s reproduction of Besler’s florilegium. The original catalogue, first published in 1613 and containing 367 copperplate engravings, was a milestone in botanical and horticultural printing. Read more

  47. The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.

    The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. 1872

    £850

    First edition, second issue with the misprint “htat” on the first line of p. 208, and the plates numbered in arabic rather than roman (“it seems probable that the arabic set was the earlier”, Freeman). Expression of the Emotions completed Darwin’s great cycle of evolutionary …Read more

  48. Theory of Self-Reproducing Automata.

    Theory of Self-Reproducing Automata. 1966

    £1,750

    First edition, first printing of Neumann’s last work on the theory of automata. Published posthumously, the contents of this volume stem from two unfinished manuscripts, edited by Burks, Neumann’s colleague on the ENIAC project. Divided into two parts, the work covers complicated automata in general, …Read more

  1. New Arrival
    The Physical Geography of the Sea.
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    MAURY, M. F. MAURY, M. F.

    The Physical Geography of the Sea.

    £2,250

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    Smithsonian Scientific Series.
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    ABBOT, Charles Greeley (ed.) ABBOT, Charles Greeley...

    Smithsonian Scientific Series.

    £1,250

  4. New Arrival
    Autograph letter signed to T. H. Huxley (“My dear Huxley”).
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    DARWIN, Charles. DARWIN, Charles.

    Autograph letter signed to T. H. Huxley (“My dear Huxley”).

    £25,000

  5. New Arrival
    Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty’s Ships Adventure and Beagle,
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    DARWIN, Charles; Robert Fitzroy; Philip Parker... DARWIN, Charles; Robert...

    Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty’s Ships Adventure and Beagle,

    £45,000

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    Gedanken von der wahren Schätzung der lebendigen Kräfte und Beurtheilung der Beweise derer sich Herr von Leibnitz und andere Mechaniker in dieser Streitsache bedienet haben, nebst einigen vorhergehenden Betrachtungen welche die Kraft der Körper überhaupt betreffen, durch Immanuel Kant.
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    KANT, Immanuel. KANT, Immanuel.

    Gedanken von der wahren Schätzung der lebendigen Kräfte und Beurtheilung der Beweise derer sich Herr von Leibnitz und andere Mechaniker in dieser Streitsache bedienet haben, nebst einigen vorhergehenden Betrachtungen welche die Kraft der Körper überhaupt betreffen, durch Immanuel Kant.

    £22,500

  7. The Sentiment of Flowers; or Language of Flora.
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    TYAS, Robert. TYAS, Robert.

    The Sentiment of Flowers; or Language of Flora.

    £950

  8. Flowers and Flower Lore.
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    FRIEND, Hilderic. FRIEND, Hilderic.

    Flowers and Flower Lore.

    £150

  9. British Fresh-Water Fishes.
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    HOUGHTON, William. HOUGHTON, William.

    British Fresh-Water Fishes.

    £1,500

  10. Wild Chorus.
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    SCOTT, Peter. SCOTT, Peter.

    Wild Chorus.

    £600

  11. Nouvelle construction de cheminées,
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    GENNETÉ, Claude Léopold. GENNETÉ, Claude Léopold.

    Nouvelle construction de cheminées,

    £325

  12. The Birds of the British Islands.
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    STONHAM, Charles. STONHAM, Charles.

    The Birds of the British Islands.

    £1,750

  13. The Naturalist in Nicaragua:
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    BELT, Thomas. BELT, Thomas.

    The Naturalist in Nicaragua:

    £1,750

  14. Moths of the Limberlost.
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    STRATTON-PORTER, Gene. STRATTON-PORTER, Gene.

    Moths of the Limberlost.

    £350

  15. The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom.
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    DARWIN, Charles. DARWIN, Charles.

    The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilization in the Vegetable Kingdom.

    £2,000

  16. The Origins of Prebiological Systems
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    (FOX, Sidney W., ed.) (FOX, Sidney W.,...

    The Origins of Prebiological Systems

    £350

  17. Intelligent Life in the Universe.
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    SAGAN, Carl, & I. S. Shklovskii. SAGAN, Carl, &...

    Intelligent Life in the Universe.

    £450

  18. A Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit-Trees; in which a new method of pruning and training is fully described.
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    FORSYTH, William. FORSYTH, William.

    A Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit-Trees; in which a new method of pruning and training is fully described.

    £1,250

  19. The Woodland Companion:
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    [AIKIN, John.] [AIKIN, John.]

    The Woodland Companion:

    £375

  20. The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,
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    DARWIN, Charles. DARWIN, Charles.

    The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,

    £1,850

  21. Materials for the Study of Variation:
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    BATESON, William. BATESON, William.

    Materials for the Study of Variation:

    £750

  22. The Birds of America,
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    AUDUBON, John James. AUDUBON, John James.

    The Birds of America,

    £52,500

  23. The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication.
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    DARWIN, Charles. DARWIN, Charles.

    The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication.

    £2,000

  24. The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne,
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    [WHITE, Gilbert.] [WHITE, Gilbert.]

    The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne,

    £1,875

  25. The Natural History of Selborne.
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    WHITE, Gilbert. WHITE, Gilbert.

    The Natural History of Selborne.

    £1,875

  26. African Mammal Drawings. The Wellcome Volume.
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    KINGDON, Jonathan. KINGDON, Jonathan.

    African Mammal Drawings. The Wellcome Volume.

    £300

  27. Non-Verbal Communication.
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    HINDE, Robert Aubrey (ed.) HINDE, Robert Aubrey...

    Non-Verbal Communication.

    £225

  28. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,
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    DARWIN, Charles. DARWIN, Charles.

    On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,

    £2,250

  29. Nicoll’s Birds of Egypt.
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    MEINERTZHAGEN, Richard. MEINERTZHAGEN, Richard.

    Nicoll’s Birds of Egypt.

    £225

  30. The Science of Gems, Jewels, Coins, and Medals, Ancient and Modern.
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    BILLING, Archibald. BILLING, Archibald.

    The Science of Gems, Jewels, Coins, and Medals, Ancient and Modern.

    £275

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    On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,
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    DARWIN, Charles. DARWIN, Charles.

    On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection,

    £7,500

  32. A Victorian novelty card with a lace paperwork border.
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    (NATURAL HISTORY.) (NATURAL HISTORY.)

    A Victorian novelty card with a lace paperwork border.

    £350

  33. Notes of a Naturalist in South America.
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    BALL, John. BALL, John.

    Notes of a Naturalist in South America.

    £350

  34. Nature versus Natural Selection: an essay on Organic Evolution.
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    COE, Charles Clement. COE, Charles Clement.

    Nature versus Natural Selection: an essay on Organic Evolution.

    £250

  35. Notes of a Botanist on the Amazon & Andes
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    SPRUCE, Richard; Alfred Russel Wallace (ed.) SPRUCE, Richard; Alfred...

    Notes of a Botanist on the Amazon & Andes

    £1,250

  36. Nouvelles Illustrations de Zoologie … New Illustrations of Zoology,
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    BROWN, Peter. BROWN, Peter.

    Nouvelles Illustrations de Zoologie … New Illustrations of Zoology,

    £5,000

  37. Our Wandering Continents.
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    DU TOIT, Alex L. DU TOIT, Alex...

    Our Wandering Continents.

    £375

  38. The Florist’s Guide, and the Cultivator’s Directory;
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    SWEET, Robert. SWEET, Robert.

    The Florist’s Guide, and the Cultivator’s Directory;

    £8,750

  39. Chinese Natural History Drawings
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    WHITEHEAD, P. J. P., & P.... WHITEHEAD, P. J....

    Chinese Natural History Drawings

    £275

  40. The Natural History of Barbados.
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    HUGHES, Griffith. HUGHES, Griffith.

    The Natural History of Barbados.

    £3,750

  41. Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty’s Ships Adventure and Beagle,
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    DARWIN, Charles; Robert Fitzroy; Philip Parker... DARWIN, Charles; Robert...

    Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty’s Ships Adventure and Beagle,

    £87,500

  42. The Garden at Eichstätt: The Book of Plants by Basilius Besler.
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    BESLER, Basilius. BESLER, Basilius.

    The Garden at Eichstätt: The Book of Plants by Basilius Besler.

    £125

  43. The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.
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    DARWIN, Charles. DARWIN, Charles.

    The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals.

    £850

  44. Theory of Self-Reproducing Automata.
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    VON NEUMANN, John. VON NEUMANN, John.

    Theory of Self-Reproducing Automata.

    £1,750

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