With 75 hand-coloured plates. Original full tree calf, front hinge weak. First edition of Volumes 9 and Each issue of The Botanical Magazine was sold separately. Beginning in , it became the longest running botanical magazine published. Each issue contains a full description in formal yet accessible language, and is renowned for featuring the work of two centuries of botanical illustrators. Many plants received their first publication on the pages and the description given was enhanced by the finely detailed illustrations.
The plates were copper engraved and the hand colouring was performed by up to thirty people. Published by London. About this Item: London. Octavo, leather bound in original eighteenth century half calf over boards. Rubbed but solid and wanting the label to the last volume. Some occasional offset but generally good examples. His periodical would remain in print until the middle of the twentieth century and is generally referred to as Curtis Botanical Magazine. About this Item: Edward Couchman: London Published by W.
Copyright This issue circa About this Item: W. Plates on wove paper, generally very clean and bright, occasional light foxing or spotting spot and pinhole to centre of plate 16, the Variegated Iris , some foxing to text pages. Front joint broken, white tape mend to interior hinge at Preface. This is an early s reprint of the first two volumes of William Curtis' periodical "The Botanical Magazine. Curtis featured some of the most decorative and popular imported plants in these early volumes, making these volumes an absolute treat for the eye.
These are very strong impressions, which are particularly pleasing contrasted against the white color of the wove paper. First edition thus. Volume 1 only. A Very Good copy. Bound in half red morocco and marbled paper over boards, with title on spine in gilt.
Handsome bookplate. Boards lightly rubbed, spine more so. Front paste down foxed. Frontispiece dampstained, transferring to a lesser degree to the title page. Text and plates generally clean, with occasional off-setting and a dot of foxing. Text leaves are bound facing the plates they describe and numbered to correspond to that plate. Half Leather - Hardbound. Condition: Good. No Jacket.
About this Item: Two vols bound as one. Stephen Couchman: London Hand-colored plates, 9. Published by [London, circa ] About this Item: [London, circa ], Condition: Fine.
Collection of engraved or lithographed plates, hand-coloured, each about 12 x 20 centimetres except 6 folding plates which are 12 x40; loosely enclosed together with a few leaves of descriptive letterpress in a folding cloth box, the spine labelled 'Australian flora'. All depicting Australian or New Zealand flora, many for the first time, from the pre-eminent British horticultural magazine, founded in Published by T.
About this Item: T. Many drawn by Sydenham Edwards.
Rebound in full leather with gilt label to spine and blind stamp decoration to boards and spine. Marbled endpapers. A clean, bright, tight copy. Pictures can be sent on request. From: Peter Harrington. London, United Kingdom. Octavo x mm. Recent green half morocco, gilt titles and decoration to spine in compartments, marbled paper sides, edges yellow.
Boards slightly bowed, light offsetting from plates; an excellent copy. With 98 hand-coloured plates, 14 of which are folding. Volume 53 of Curtis's Botanical Magazine. William Curtis , the botanist and entomologist, published the first volume of The Botanical Magazine in The periodical intended to provide practical information on the ornamental and exotic plants rapidly becoming popular in Britain. It followed Curtis's well-received, yet financially unsuccessful, work on local plant life, the Flora Londinensis, first published in When Curtis died in his friend and fellow botanist John Sims, , took over editorship, changing its name to Curtis's Botanical Magazine.
This is the final volume published by Sims; in editorship was taken over by William Hooker Curtis's Botanical Magazine is still published today by the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, making it the longest running botanical magazine of its kind in the world. Blunt pp.
From: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e. Kiel, Germany. About this Item: Condition: 0. Nissen BBI Gewicht in Gramm: With 86 hand-coloured plates, 10 of which are folding. Volume 54 of Curtis's Botanical Magazine.
When Curtis died in his friend and fellow botanist, John Sims , took over editorship, changing its name to Curtis's Botanical Magazine. Published by London Couchman About this Item: London Couchman , Index -  Bl. Die Tafeln jeweils mit einem Textblatt. Ein Gelenk leicht angeplatzt, sonst kaum berieben, kl.
Dabei 8 altkolor. Nissen Tafel ist die zu Curtis' Lebzeiten letztpublizierte. Ab Vol. Sprache: Englisch.
Seller Inventory AB. Condition: Fair. Read the full article. The Curtis's Botanical Magazine backfile has been digitised back to Volume 1 providing over 3, pages of research and review articles in the field of botanical research over 13 years issues published in volumes.
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Virtual Issue on Review Papers December While most of the papers in Curtis's Botanical Magazine are devoted to the description and illustration of a single species, the articles assembled here are of more general interest, covering topics such as the fossil history of trees or the implications of the latest DNA studies on the classification of particular groups of plants If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username.
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