By Anon
Paris   Henri Agasse
11.5" by 9" Unpaginated, 267 plates.
A beautiful collection of natural history plates of insects. A very scarce work, particularly with the plates are in such a bright condition.
By Anon

1797 Tableau Encyclopedique et Methodique Des Trois Regnes de la Nature

Paris   Henri Agasse
11.5" by 9" Unpaginated, 267 plates.
A beautiful collection of natural history plates of insects. A very scarce work, particularly with the plates are in such a bright condition.
£800.00
: 3kgs / : 730L7

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Description

Illustrated, Leather Binding

With 131 plates to volume I and 136 plates to volume II. 

This is part eighteen of a wider natural history work which contains plates of plants, quadrupeds, birds and more. 

Collated, complete. 

The plates are very bright and contains images of Scarabs, Cicindela, Cantharides, Capricorn beetles and many more species.

Condition

In quarter morocco bindings, with paper covered boards. Externally, very smart. Just some minor shelfwear to the joints and extremities. Light tidemark to the page edges of pages across both volumes, not affecting the pages too badly. Heaviest to the head of some plates. Stamp to the final plate of volume I, and to the first and last plates of volume II, P Boulet. The odd spots to plages.

Very Good Indeed

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