SECONDHAND AUSTRALIAN BOTANY BOOKS
William T. Stearn
25 interleaved tipped in plates.
Publisher's quarter green morocco and marbled boards, a fine copy; presented in a linen covered solander box with label, a few external spots.
Limited edition of 500 numbered copies.
FORTHCOMING - The Australian Bird Guide
Illustrated by Jeff Davies, Peter Marsack and Kim Franklin
Due to be released in May following ten years of preparation, The Australian Bird Guide will be the most up-to-date and comprehensive field guide to Australian birds ever produced. This guide provides detailed information on over 900 species of bird found in Australia and outstanding illustrations show male, female, juvenile and plumage states, while also highlighting key identification features.
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***In addition to receiving a set of bookmarks, each customer who purchases a copy through Andrew Isles will also go into the draw to win one of the three original bookmark artworks.
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