THE ENDEMIC FLORA OF TASMANIA Part II

By: CURTIS, Winifred

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THE ENDEMIC FLORA OF TASMANIA Part II by CURTIS, Winifred (text) & STONES, Margaret (Illustrations)
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London: The Ariel Press 1969 , 1969. 65pp + index. Part of a series of six volumes funded by Lord Talbot de Malahide with the help of a generous friend who wished to remain anonymous. Hard cover with gilt decorated cloth. Endpaper maps. The full page colour illustrations painted by Margaret Stones are a striking feature of this book. Each colour plate is accompanied by a detailed botanical commentary. The appendix by Lord Talbot de Malahide himself provides brief details on the cultivation of each plant. No dustwrapper. Gilt writing along spine has been lightly rubbed and there are faint watermarks to cloth in the top right hand corner. (oversize). Hard Cover. Good. Folio.

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