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THE ROCKS OF WORCESTERSHIRE: THEIR MINERAL CHARACTER AND FOSSIL CONTENTS
Written by George E. Roberts.
Stock no. 1809249
Published by Joseph Masters. 1st 1860. Almost very good condition.
Small format. Green cloth boards, gilt title to spine. Fold-out map of Bird's Eye View of Worcestershire and fold-out plan of descending order of sedimentary rocks. 247 pages including index plus 36 page publisher adverts to rear. Spine slightly cocked. Corners bumped. Bookplate and inscription in ink to front pastedown. Some pencil annotation present. Map and plan lightly foxed and damp stained with a small closed tear but complete and very good. A few margin marks.
THE EVOLUTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF FISHES
Written by John Muirhead Macfarlane.
Stock no. 1807752
Published by The Macmillan Company. 1st 1923. Very good condition.
Blue cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w diagrams. 564 pages including index. Covers slightly marked. Inscription in ink to front endpaper by the author (not signed in his name). Blank (?) page before the preface has been removed. Contents very clean.
THE WHITE RIVER BADLANDS
Written by Cleophas C. O'Harra.
Stock no. 1601282
Published by South Dakota School Of Mines. 1976. Very good condition.
Light brown cardwraps. B/w illustrations. A revised reprint of South Dakota State School of Mines Bulletin No. 9, The Badland Formations of the Black Hills Region. Spine slightly faded. Contents clean and bright.
FIGURES AND DESCRIPTIONS OF THE PALAEOZOIC FOSSILS OF CORNWALL, DEVON AND WEST SOMERSET
Written by John Phillips.
Stock no. 823434
Published by Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans. 1st 1841. Good condition.
Burgundy cloth, rebacked with matching cloth spine. Leather title label and gilt title to spine. xi + 231 pages. 60 b/w plates. Book: Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Relevant newspaper cutting pasted to front endpaper. Original covers marked. Rear cover dampstained. Inscription in ink to rear free endpaper which is also a damp-damaged. Remainder of contents very good.