“Coniferae, or Cone-bearing, is the name given to a Natural Order of Plants consisting of trees and shrubs, chiefly evergreen, of almost cosmopolitan distribution, and distinguished from every other Order of Plants by certain characters or properties….”
KENT, Adolphus. Veitch’s Manual of the Coniferae.
Interior: occasional spotting and foxing
Binding: Text block splitting in places- binding ok but loosening, webbing exposed at rear pastedown.
Exterior: Publisher’s dark red, pictorial cloth, gilt. Wear to cloth, some marks, corners bumped.
Larger 8vo. [London]: James Veitch & Sons, Ltd., 1900.
A curious and interesting read.
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