326. pp. Full leather. Near Fine. 8vo, brown leather over boards, black spine labels with gilt lettering. Some light imprinting to leather, pristine otherwise. A lovely facsimile reproduction of the first edition.
Good. Book Twelfth Thousand with illustration. Bound in Half burgundy leather with marbled boards. Leather quite rubbed with chipping to head of spine and label missing. Corners bumped. 328pp. Previous owners bookplate to inside of front cover. Previous owners gift inscription. Binding feels strong. Pages clean and bright.
This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. Octavo sized book with a half leather/half cloth cover. Gilt stamped pictorial on the front board. Gilt lettering on the spine. Raised bands. Marble decoration on the interior and page ends. Bent corners. Slight foxing. Clean text., 700grams, ISBN:
Near Fine. Hardcover. c.1883. Green cloth, paper spine label, gilt edge. Appears to be original sheets bound in remainder boards. 8vo. 326pp. Near Fine. Mild wear at spine-ends and corners, spine label darkened, tiny bit of offsetting to endpapers, contents clean and unmarked.
Fair. 1882 Second Edition Charles Darwins fastest selling book: Ex Library Book with usual stamps and stickers. A few small marks to the covers. Good condition book. An internal pull down to the webbing at the front end papers and the signatures at pgs 16/17, 32/33, 48/49, 64/65. Minor Shelf-wear. Small annotations in pencil to some of the pages. This unrestored books pages are bright and clean and prime for some restoration work. Acceptable: a readable copy. All pages and the cover are intact (d.
Very Good. Issued Without a Dust Jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. Paper label on spine worn. Previous owner's names on front paste down along with a previous owner's book plate. Brown cloth binding may be a variant since most of Appleton Darwin volumes were covered in red cloth. Publication date of 1883. Fifteen woodcuts. There is no indication of how many copies were printed by Appleton with this publication date. The first printing was said to be 2, 000 copies. The fastest selling of Darwin¿s publications, this was the result of ten years of research on the interaction of worms with their physical environment and close observation of their behaviour, and was Darwin's last publication prior to his death in 1882.
Good. Octavo. Fifth thousand (corrected). With illustrations. 326 pages including index. Green cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Spine ends worn and edges rubbed especially at corners. Some damp marks on back cover. Both gutters weak. Foxing restricted to prelims and last two pages. Uncut and final two pages unopened. Signs of damp along tops of endpapers.
Near Fine. Issued Without a Dust Jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. This book continues Darin's work in producing evidence for his theory of natural selection. This was his last book, and he was assisted by his son Francis in conducting the necessary experiments and preparing the manuscript. Moroccan leather and marble boards, gilt top.
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