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BOOK OF ANTELOPES

Sclater Philip Lutley and Oldfield, Thomas
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Book Description: London R. H. Porter 1894-1900, 1900. 4 volumes. First edition. With 100 hand-colored lithographed plates by Joseph Smit after Joseph Wolf. 4to, handsomely bound for the publisher and thus signed, in three quarter dark-green morooco over marbled boards, the spines lettered in gilt between raised bands. A beautifully preserved set of this important work. All plates are in excellent condition, the textblock is clean and fresh, the bindings in very good order, with only light aging, spines bright and fine. A SUPERB AND IMPORTANT WORK IN THE OEUVRE OF AFRICAN AND NATURAL HISTORY PRINTING AND WRITING AND ARTISTRY. The perfect marriage of scientific knowledge, written and visual description. A very scarce book, particularly in such fine condition. Sclater was the Secretary of the Zoololgical Society of London. Bookseller Inventory # 20245

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Exotic Ornithology, containing figures and descriptions of new or rare species of American Birds

SCLATER, Philip Lutley (1829-1913); and Osbert SALVIN (1835-1898)
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Book Description: London: Bernard Quaritch, [1866-]1869. Imperial quarto. (14 1/2 x 10 7/8 inches). 100 hand-coloured lithographed plates, finished with gum arabic, by Joseph Smit. Contemporary half red morocco over marbled paper covered boards, spine with raised bands in six compartments, lettered in the second and third, the others with a repeat decoration in gilt, marbled endpapers. A lovely copy of a noted work on tropical South American ornithology, wonderfully illustrated with hand coloured plates by Joseph Smit. Published in 13 parts between October 1866 and November 1869, the preface states it was originally intended to cover "the many new and rare ornithic forms that have been recently discovered in nearly every part of the world's surface. As it progressed, however, the authors found that it would be more convenient to restrict it to the birds of the Neotropical Region -- that is America south of the United States. No other part of the world can vie with Tropical America in the richness of its avifauna; and nowhere else have so many brilliant discoveries been recently made." ''The authors' original plan was that their work should form a continuation of well-known atlases, such as Buffon and Daubenton. According to the plan, the work was to give figures and descriptions of new and rare birds from all parts of the world; however, the authors soon limited the task to the birds of the Neotropical region" (Anker). "The plates are all by Mr. Smit; they are very beautiful. The whole number of species figured is 104, referring to 51 genera. In most cases, a systematic list of the other American species of the same genus is appended to the final illustration of each, thereby enlarging the scope and greatly increasing the value of the work. Each of the species is systematically treated with synonymy, diagnosis and critical and biographical matter. The authors are the highest authorities in neotropical ornithology and this work is a monument of erudition, industry and artistic excellence" (Coues). "Smit has done an excellent job with these plates, for the lovingly detailed birds stand out sharply against their backgrounds of trees, branches and leaves. It is obvious that Smit enjoyed painting the leaves as well as the birds, for they are beautifully executed" (Jackson, Bird Illustrators: Some Artists in Early Lithography, p.76). This copy with provenance to Richard J. Balston (1839-1916), a fellow of the Zoological Society, a member of the British Ornithologist's Union and author of a monograph on the birds of Kent. Balston was perhaps best known as the head of the firm Messrs. Balston, LTD., the maker for many years of the celebrated Whatman paper. Fine Bird Books (1990), p. 139; Nissen IVB 844; Anker p.450; Wood p.558; Zimmer p.260; Sabin 78138. Bookseller Inventory # 26830

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The Book of Antelopes (Four Volumes)

Sclater, Philip Lutley and Oldfield Thomas
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Book Description: R. H. Porter, London. Cloth - Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good+. No Jacket. First Edition. 4to. Published from 1894 to 1900 in 17 parts; Four volumes complete, with 100 hand colored full page lithographed plates; Original brown cloth covers with gilt stamped lettering and image of antelope on top cover; Top edges trimmed, though fore and lower edges remain un-cut; First three volumes bound with "Temporary Titlepage" and "Provisional Contents; pages; Volume IV with actual title page and contents, and with title and contents pages of volumes I-III bound at rear; Actual title pages with wood block image of antelope matching that on covers; Also bound in at rear of Volume IV is the paper wrap cover of parts XVI & XVII (one leaf); All four volumes show spine lean and light rubbing on edges; Gilt stamped lettering and decoration on covers remains bright and covers are generally very clean; Hinges (internal) of Volume I have been professionally repaired; Hinges of Volume II are both cracked, though volume remain tight; Hinges of Volumes III and IV are good; End leaves of first three volumes are darkened; Just a little light scattered foxing, not affecting any plates; Plates have been collated and are complete and all in very nice condition. Bookseller Inventory # 030788

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A Monograph of the Birds Forming the Tanagrine Genus Calliste

SCLATER, Philip Lutley
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Book Description: John Van Voorst, 1857. Hardcover. Book Condition: Collectible: Very Good. Sclater's own copy with his signature on ffep. 104 pp. 45 hand-colored lithographs executed from drawings by OUDART. Colored map. First 14 plates have been numbered in ink with plate and page numbers (presumably by Sclater). Lead white discoloration around the images of some of the birds has been professionally cleaned. Original maroon cloth. Philip Sclater was one of the great nineteenth century ornithologists. He studied birds for over fifty years and was author or co-author of over 1300 titles, the majority concerning the avifauna of Central and South America. -Mearns. Audubon to Xantus. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # R408023

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A Monograph of the Birds Forming the Tanagrine Genus Calliste.

SCLATER, Philip Lutley.
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Book Description: John Van Voorst, London, 1857. hardcover. Book Condition: very good. First. Some of the plates are bound facing rear so the original tiny stitching holes are now in the outer margin. Most plates are very fresh, but a few a slightly foxed, and a few at rear are slightly more discolored. Nissen 839; Anker 448; Zimmer p. 559. 45 exquisitely hand-colored lithographs, colored map frontispiece. Slim 8vo, rebound in older black 3/4 morocco over green cloth with gilt-paneled spine (leather is a bit edgeworn; cloth lightly soiled). London: John Van Voorst, 1857. Bookseller Inventory # 75758

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THE IBIS, A QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF ORNITHOLOGY, Fine Leather Bindings. Three Volumes. Coloured Plates.

Sclater, Philip Lutley. and Saunders, Howard. [Edited]
(PRESTON, LAN, United Kingdom)
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Book Description: Gurney and Jackson, London, 1886. First Edition Thus. Three Volumes large 8vo. Volume iv. Fifth Series. xxii, [1] 549 p. Map Aden, eleven plates. Volume vi. Fifth Series. xxii, [1] 513 p. xxxii, thirteen plates. Volume I, Sixth Series, xxiii, [1] 609 p. Sixteen plates. Together Three handsomely bound volumes half brown calf over marbled boards. complete with the forty plates which Thirty Nine are Fine Hand-Coloured Plates by Keulemans Excellent. 1886 - 1889. Bookseller Inventory # 484

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Book Description: British Museum (Natural History), 1888. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Good. The complete work published in 27 volumes (1874-1898) provided a detailed description of every bird with synonomy and distribution. Each volume included a section of color plates. 'Unquestionably the most important work on systematic ornithology that has ever been published.' -Zimmer. Olibomyodae or the Families Tyrannidae, Oxyrhamphidae, Pipridae, Cotingidae, Phytotomidae, Philepittidae, Pittidae, Xenicidae, and Eurylaemidae. Twenty-six handcolored lithographs by J. SMIT. 494 pp. Worn original brown cloth with gilt lettering. Bookseller Inventory # Z07031904

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Forster's Animals of Hudson's Bay

Sclater, Philip Lutley
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Book Description: Willoughby Society, London, 1882. Half Leather Marbled Boards. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No. Reprint from Philosophical Transactions. 8vo. pp iv, 382-433 plus 3 pages about the Willoughby Society. From the library of the Zoological Society of London with stamps on the front-free endpaper and one on the title page. Half-leather binding rubbed. Bookseller Inventory # 021653

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Nomenclator, Avium Neotropicalium

Sclater, Philip Lutley & O. Salvin
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Book Description: (London, 1873), 1873. "A synoptic list of the species of birds inhabiting America south of the United States, a total of 3565. The name and Neotropical distribution of each is given. The appendix (pp. 155-163) conjtains the original descriptions of 9 new genera and 31 new species" Ayer. Annotated throughout in pencil First edition. Folio. 163 pp, missing title page and i-viii. Bound in modern three quarter brown morocco and marbled boards. Ayer p. 561. Bookseller Inventory # 41747

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Book Description: British Museum (Natural History), 1886. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Good. The complete work published in 27 volumes (1874-1898) provided a detailed description of every bird with synonomy and distribution. Each volume included a section of color plates. 'Unquestionably the most important work on systematic ornithology that has ever been published.' -Zimmer. Fringilliformes: Part II. Containing the Families Coerebidae, Tanagridae, and Icteridae. 1886 (probably printed 1890). Eighteen handcolored lithographs by J. SMIT. 427 pp. Backstrip split. Bookseller Inventory # Z07031903

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The Ibis, a quarterly journal of ornithology. Jubilee Supplement.

Sclater, Philip Lutley and A. H. Evans, editors
(Prahran, VIC, Australia)
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Book Description: London: British Ornithologists' Union, 1909., 1909. Octavo,268 pp.photographs. Binder's cloth, wrapprs retained. With biographies of founding members and early contributors of The Ibis. Bookseller Inventory # 36653

Book Description: London: Frederick Warne & Co., and New York. -96., , 1893. to 1896. Six volumes. Octavo, 252x165mm. In publisher's brown linson, as issued. Front board with decorative rules at head and foot, gilt-stamped title, outlined in black, and editor's name also gilt-stamped with vignette beneath in white metallic and black ink. Some damp-marking at foredge of all boards. Illustrated throughout, part coloured. Vol. 1: 12 full-page colour-plates and 11 full-page black and white plates. Vol. 2: 12 full-page colour-plates and 15 full-page black and white plates; lower foredge corner of front board damaged. Vol. 3: 10 (of 12) full-page colour-plates; 11 (of 12) full-page black and white plates; N.B. inexplicably bound without pages 481-576, therefore lacking the colour plates facing pages 480 and 507 and the full-page black and white plate on page 550. Vol. 4: 12 full-page colour-plates with tissue guards; 9 full-page black and white plates. Vol. 5: 12 full-page colour-plates with tissue guards; 7 full-page black and white plates. Vol. 6: 12 full-page colour-plates with tissue guards; 3 full-page black and white plates; damage to lower foredge corner of front board. Occasional light damp-marking in margins. Some browning. Clean and tight. (Digital photographs will be sent on request.). Bookseller Inventory # 13876

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Book Description: Trustees of the British Museum, London, 1890. Red hardback cloth cover. First Edition. 220mm x 130mm (9" x 5"). xvii, 371pp + plates. 20 coloured lithographed plates. Colour plates by J. Smit. Lithography by Mintern Bros. G+ : in Good condition plus. Rebound with new eps. Spine faded. Plates bright. Ex-lib. Bookseller Inventory # bmu15

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Book Description: Printed by Order of the Trustees (British Museum), London, 1888. Hardback. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. pp. xix, [1 errata], 494, [2], 26 hand-coloured and chromo-lithographic plates, some heightened with gum Arabic, after drawings by J. Smit; b/w illustrations in text. Original brown textured cloth binding with gilt lettering and gilt stamped shelf-no. to the spine, good with a little general wear, cloth somewhat discoloured/faded. Contents good and tight, original yellow coated end papers, the front pastedown with the engraved library plate of Royal Albert Memorial Public Library Exeter pasted over other bookplates; several oval library stamps to the half-title, title page etc. and to the reverse of the plates; perforated library stamp to the title page and a corner of each plate affecting the printer's name and some titles, but not the coloured engraved part. Otherwise plates are clean, plate I with slight spotting otherwise without foxing, paper somewhat toned. A good only copy. This is volume fourteen of what was eventually 27 volumes ''Unquestionably the most important work on systematic ornithology that has ever been published'' (Zimmer). Bookseller Inventory # 019704

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Book Description: Willughby Society for Reprinting of Scarce Ornithological Works, London. 1882. (Card covers) Very good. Pp382-433pp. Covers separated. Title engraving. Edges worn. Pages clean but loose. Small ink intitial on cover. Reprinted from the "Philosophical Transactions", Volume 62. Read June 18-25, 1772. Not in Peel. Bookseller Inventory # 104715

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Book Description: Printed by Order of the Trustees (British Museum), London, 1886. Hardback. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. pp. xvii, [i], 431, [i], 18 hand-coloured lithographed plates, some heightened with gum Arabic, after drawings by J. Smit; b/w illustrations in text. Original brown textured cloth binding with gilt lettering and gilt stamped shelf-no. to the spine, good with a little general wear, some scuffing/fraying to the head/tail of the spine, cloth somewhat discoloured. Contents good and tight, original yellow coated end papers, the front pastedown with the engraved library plate of Royal Albert Memorial Public Library Exeter pasted over other bookplates; several oval library stamps to the half-title, title page etc. and to the reverse of the plates; perforated library stamp to the title page and bottom right hand corner of the plates affecting the printer's name and some titles, but not the coloured engraved part. Otherwise plates are clean and without foxing, paper a little toned. A good only copy. This is volume eleven of what was eventually 27 volumes ''Unquestionably the most important work on systematic ornithology that has ever been published'' (Zimmer). Bookseller Inventory # 019703

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Four handbills relating to the election of the Society's council and officers for 1870, and a copy of 'Report of the Auditors of the Accounts of the Zoological Society of London, Appointed January 21, 1869.'

Zoological Society of London [Philip Lutley Sclater; Edward Greenaway; Edward Johnstone; James Tennant; Alexander Nowell Sherson; H. E. Dresser; Robert Low; F. Du Cane Godman]
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Book Description: Report dated from '11 Hanover Square February 26 '; handbills all dated 1869., 1869. All items are good, on lightly aged paper. The 'Report of the Auditors of the Accounts' is seven pages, octavo, stitched and unbound. It consists of five full-page tables: 'Receipts', 'Payments', 'Comparison of Receipts in 1867 and 1868', 'Comparison of Payments in 1867 and 1868' and one showing 'The Assets and Liabilities of the Society on the 31st of December 1868'. Comment by the seven auditors (all named) on final page, remarking on 'the unexampled state of prosperity of the Zoological Society at the close of the previous year'. The four handbills are each on one side of a 12mo leaf. They consist of a notice of the election by the secretary Philip Lutley Sclater ('The Band of the First Life Guards will, by permission of Col. the Hon. Dudley de Ros, perform in the Gardens'), and three balloting lists, each dated 29 April 1869: for the Officers (on pink paper), the Council (on yellow paper), and the Committee of Publication (on green paper). An attractive collection of Victorian London Zoo ephemera. Bookseller Inventory # 5587

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The Published Writings of Philip Lutley Sclater, 1844-1896. Prepared under the direction of G. Brown Goode.

SCLATER, Philip Lutley) GOODE, G. Brown.
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Book Description: Washington: Government Printing Office. (Smithsonian Institution. Bulletin no. 49.) 1896, 1896. Front. port., series title. Orig. dark brown cloth. F.D. Godman bookplate. v.g. With biographical sketch of Sclater, the secretary of the Zoological Society of London. Bookseller Inventory # 10095

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Book Description: Card Covers. Book Condition: Very Good. ARCHIVAL REPRINT: LIMITED EDITION. Archival Quality. Limited to 95 numbered copies, this being NO. 29. -- Faithfully Reproduced --. Bookseller Inventory # B0008661BS

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Nitzsch's Pterylography

SCLATER, Phillip Lutley, Editor.
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Book Description: Ray Society, 1867. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Very Good. London: Ray Society, 1867. Ten engraved b&w plates. Original stiff wrappers, worn, with cloth back strip split and torn. Bookseller Inventory # R31107

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The Geography of Mammals

Sclater, William and Philip Lutley (W.L. And P.L.)
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Book Description: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd., London, 1899. Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good Plus. Dust Jacket Condition: None as Issued. 8vo - 7¾" - 9¾". Apparently the first edition as there are no additional printings or editions indicated. There are 50 black and white illustrations and 8 color fold out maps in the text. VG+. The back cover is lightly spotted and soiled, with the book being ever so slightly cocked. A private ex libris is present in the inside front cover, and there are two blue stamps, one on the ffep and one on the title page next to the title itself, maybe 2"x1/4". The hinges are solid, the binding is tight and I see no other internal markings. Bookseller Inventory # 008706

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Nitzsch’s pterylography, translated from the German.

SCLATER, Philip Lutley (1829-1913), editor.
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Book Description: Published for the Ray Society by Robert Hardwicke, London:, 1867. hardcover. . Philip Lutley Sclater was one of the greatest British ornithologists of his time. In 1858 Sclater took a leading part in founding Ibis, the journal of the British Ornithologists’ Union. He became its first editor and did so for most of the next fifty-four years. See: DSB, XII, pp. 257- 258. Christian Ludwig Nitzsch (1782-1837) was a German zoologist. This work is listed in the Brit. Mus. (Nat. Hist.), III, p. 1438, translated by William Sweetland Dallas (1824-1890), and is based on two earlier works by Nitzsch, dated 1833, and 1840. Wood, An introduction to the literature of vertebrate zoology, 1867. See Wood 1865 & 1867 for a publishing history on Nitzsch’s works on Pterylography. 378 x 270 mm. Folio. x, [2], 181 pp. 8 figs., 10 engraved plates after drawings by Nitzsch, index. Original plain boards, printed paper spine label; re-backed with modern quarter cloth, rubbed. Ex library bookplate of the Boston Society of Natural History from the H. F. Wolcott Fund, received July 12, 1871 inside front cover and Digest of the library regulations mounted inside rear cover. Bookseller Inventory # LV1048

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The Geography of Mammals

Sclater, William Lutley & Sclater, Philip Lutley
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Book Description: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co, London, 1899. Original Cloth Gilt. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 8vo. pp xviii, 335, a 62 page publisher's catalogue plus 8 folding coloured maps. Also with tables and illustrations in the text. From the library of the Zoological society of London with a stamp on the front-free endpaper. No library numbers or other marks on the publisher's original binding. Bookseller Inventory # 021631

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THE IBIS

Philip Lutley Sclater
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Book Description: Hardcover. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Hardcover. This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781117252001

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The IBIS, A Quarterly Journal of Ornithology.

Philip Lutley Sclater
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Book Description: Hardcover. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Hardcover. This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781140588641

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PTERYLOGRAPHY

Sclater, Philip Lutley (editor); Nitzsch, C. L.
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Book Description: Published for the Ray Society by Robert Hardwicke, London, 1867. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Folio. pp. x, [ii], 181; 10 engraved plates, half-title and title pages. Publisher's original card wrapper with printed title label pasted to the front board, the green cloth spine with gilt lettering is worn with multiple splits, wrappers with a little general wear, more pronounced to corners. Contents good and complete, tight, large margins, no inscriptions, a few plates with a little foxing, plate I the most marked. Overall a very good copy. Folio. Bookseller Inventory # 017687

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The Ibis, a Quarterly Journal of Ornithology.

Philip Lutley Sclater, Howard Saunders
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Book Description: BiblioLife, 2010. Book Condition: New. Language: english. Print On Demand. Bookseller Inventory # 14333010

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The Ibis

Philip Lutley Sclater
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Book Description: BiblioLife, 2009. Book Condition: New. Language: english. Print On Demand. Bookseller Inventory # 10992721

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The Geography of Mammals

Sclater, William Lutley (With Philip Lutley Sclater.)
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Book Description: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd., London. 1899, 1st Edition. () Very good, no dust jacket. xviii,335pp. Octavo in original dark green pebbled cloth and brown coated endpapers with engraved frontispiece and illustrations in text and eight folding colour maps. Bookseller Inventory # 103896

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Nitzsch's Pterylography

SCLATER, Philip Lutley (editor), Nitzsch, C. L.;
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Book Description: . London, Published for the Ray Society; Robert Hardwicke, 1867, First edition in English., 1867. Folio [36 x 27 cm]; x, [ii], 181 pp, 10 copper engraved plates of multiple images of birds from various angles. contemporary half morocco and marbled bds, gilt lettered spine, raised bands, top edge gilted, front joint repaired, very light scattered foxing on some plates, else clean, very good+ copy. Wood p 493, British Museum Natural History p 1883. Sclater was the author of many ornithology books, most famous of which is Argentine Ornithology he wrote with W. H. Hudson. Sclater added footnotes and an appendix to this version. This was the 41st publication of the Ray Society. "The edition may have been 600" - Curle p 76. A picture of this book is available on request. Bookseller Inventory # A2028

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