Natural History, Four Titles in Six Volumes.
Eaton's Ferns of North America, Salem: Cassino, 1879, illustrated throughout with color lithographs, in two large quarto volumes, bound in uniform contemporary green morocco, a.e.g., worn, rubbed, bindings damaged; Homer House's Wild Flowers of New York, Albany: State University, 1923, in two large quarto volumes, illustrated with color photogravures throughout, second printing, in uniform publisher's green cloth; Foy's Guide to the Orchard and Fruit Garden, New York: Riker, 1846, octavo, folding color frontis, bound in publisher's full brown cloth, stamped in gilt on front board, gilt title; [and] Lyon's Treatise on the Physiology and Pathology of Trees, Edinburgh: by Stewart for the Author, 1816, octavo, untrimmed, spotting to contents, ex library, in worn half cloth. (6)
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