BOTANY.   9 titles, together 45 volumes:
Lot 46W
BOTANY.
9 titles, together 45 volumes:
Sold for US$ 500 inc. premium

Fine Books and Manuscripts

12 Jun 2018, 13:00 EDT

New York

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BOTANY.   9 titles, together 45 volumes: BOTANY.   9 titles, together 45 volumes:
BOTANY.
9 titles, together 45 volumes:
1. PICCIOLI, ANTONIO. L'Antotrofia ossia la coltivazione de fiori. Florence, 1834. One volume in 12 original monthly parts, 8vo (240 x 150 mm). Half-title, 72 hand-colored stipple engraved plates. Original wrappers, slight soiling and occasional small tears, light spotting to contents. FIRST EDITION. Stafleu and Cowan 7884.
2. JUNIOR, OLIVEIRO. Jornal de Horticultura Practica. Porto, 1870-1892. Volumes 2-23, 4to. Numerous plates, many hand-colored. Contemporary near-uniform red morocco-backed boards, lacking first volume, spine of volume 17 torn, light browning to plates.
3. MARATTI, G.F. Flora Romana. Rome: 1822. 2 volumes, 8vo. Original wrappers. Some light spotting. Stafleu and Cowen 5374.
4. TORNABENE, FRANCESCO. Flora Aethea. Catinae, 1889-92. 4 volumes, 8vo. Contemporary cloth backed boards. Wear to edges.
5. SAVASTANO, FRANCESCO. I Quattro libri delle cose Botaniche. Venice, 1749. 8vo. Engraved frontispiece. Contemporary boards.
6. RUCHINGER, Giuseppe. Flora dei Lidi Veneti. Venice, 1818. 8vo. Contemporary wrappers.
7. SAVI, GAETANO. Due Centurie di Piante. Pisa, 1804. 12mo. Contemporary wrappers.
8. PLANCHON, Jules EMILE. Catalogue des Plantes. Paris, 1854-58. 4to. 19th century cloth.
9. PREDA, AGILULFO. Contributo allo studio delle narcissee italiane. Florence, 1896. 8vo. Modern cloth. Presentation copy.
Provenance: Ladislaus von Hoffmann (An Important Botanical Library Part II, Christie's New York, 5 June, 1997, part of lots 288, 435, 436).
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