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DEJEAN, Catalogue de la Collection de Coléop- DRURY'S ILLUSTRATIONS OF FOREIGN ENTOMOLOGY, tères, 8vo. hf. bd. 4s Paris, 1821 DENNY'S (H.) Monographia Pselaphidarum et Scydmænidarum Britanniæ; or an Essay on the British Species of the Genera Pselaphus of Herbst, and Scydmænus of Latreille, in which those Genera are subdivided, and all the Species hitherto discovered in Great Britain are accurately described and arranged, with an Indication of the Situations in which they are usually found, 8vo. with 14 coloured plates, containing 40 figures of Beetles, (pub. at £1. 1s) cloth bds, Norwich, 1825
This volume has for some time been considered scarce, and sold for more than the published price. DENNY'S MONOGRAPHIA ANOPLURORUM
TANNIE, or British Species of Parasite Insects, published under the patronage of the British Association, 8vo. numerous beautifully coloured plates of Lice, containing several hundred magnified figures, cloth, £1. 11s 6d 1842 DONOVAN'S NATURAL HISTORY OF BRITISH INSECTS, 16 vols. royal 8vo. 576 plates, beautifully coloured, (pub. at £24.16s) bds. £9.9s 1792-1813 the same, 16 vols. in 8, hf. bd. green morocco extra, gilt edges, £11. DONOVAN'S Natural History of the Insects of
New Holland, New Zealand, New Guinea, Otaheite, and other Islands in the Indian, Southern, and Pacific Oceans, 4to. with beautiful coloured plates, (pub. at £6. 6s) bds. £3. 3s 1805 DONOVAN'S Natural History of the Insects of China, new edition, considerably enlarged, brought down to the present state of the Science, with alphabetical and systematic Indices, etc. by J. O. WESTWOOD, Esq., F.L.S. 4to. with 50 plates, containing upwards of 120 exquisitely coloured figures, (pub. at £6. 6s) extra cloth bds. elegantly gilt, £2.5s DONOVAN'S Natural History of the Insects of India, new edition, considerably enlarged, brought down to the present state of the Science, with alphabetical and systematic Indices, etc. by J. O. WESTWOOD, Esq., F.L.S. 4to. with 58 plates, containing upwards of 120 exquisitely coloured figures, (pub. at £6. 68) extra cloth bds. elegantly gilt, £2. 5s 1842 "Donovan's works on the Insects of India and China, are splendidly illustrated, and extremely useful."
"The entomological plates of our countryman Donovan, are highly coloured, elegant, and useful, especially those contained in his quarto volumes, (Insects of India and China), where a great number of species are delineated for the first time."-Swainson.
DONOVAN'S Course of Lectures on Poisonous Insects, AN UNPUBLISHED MS. illustrated with several hundred plates, INCLUDING THE COPYRIGHT, £5.5s DRURY'S Illustrations of Foreign Entomology; the original edition, with Descriptions in English
and French, 3 vols. royal 4to. with 150 beautifully coloured plates, old green morocco, £5. 15s 6d
the same, 3 vols. bound in 2, 4to. the plates most beautifully coloured by Moses Harris for himself, marbled calf, very neat, £8. 18s 6d
NEW AND MUCH IMPROVED EDITION, WITH THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT ADDITIONS -the Modern Names, Generic and Specific Characters; Synonymes of later Naturalists; Accounts of the Economy, Habitations and Food of many of the Insects; and Scientific and Alphabetic Indexes; by J. O. Westwood, Esq., F.L.S., Secretary of the Entomological Society, &c. 3 vols. 4to. all the plates (engraved by Moses Harris) most correctly and beautifully coloured from the original specimens, (originally published at £15. 15s) hf. bd. morocco, uncut, £6. 16s 6d
1837 the same, 3 vols. 4to. elegantly bound in green morocco, broad borders, full gilt backs, and gilt edges, £9. 9s
the same, the new Text, separately, 1 vol. 4to. £2.2s
As this splendid work has long been an established favourite, and is the only one of any extent published in this country on foreign entomology, the present improved edition, accommodated to the greatly advanced state of entomological science, and coloured in a very superior manner, cannot but be generally welcome. Those who have seen only the carelessly coloured copies which have occurred in the market of late years, can form no idea of the beauty of the present without inspection. It now challenges competition with the finest Entomological Works yet produced in this or any other country.
The merits of Drury's work are well known, and attested by a host of writers. The late President of the Linnæan Society, Sir James Ed. Smith, says of it, "The exquisite work of Drury displays the complete insect in a degree of perfection that leaves nothing to be desired;" Mr. Swainson in his Zoological Illustra tions, observes, "For the very accurate and excellent figures contained in Drury's Work, the scientific are indebted to Moses Harris, a most assiduous and observing entomologist, whose memory will be long cherished by our Aurelians;" and in the last edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica, the writer of the article on Entomology, declares that "Drury's Work has not been surpassed in beauty and accuracy of execution by any of the sumptuous efforts of the present day."
"The acknowledged value of the figures contained in Drury's Illustrations, and the extreme rarity of many of the Insects figured therein, will always render this work important to the entomologist. Drury's Collection was exceedingly choice and extensive, and occu pied nearly thirty years in its formation; all the specimens were in the highest state of preservation, and a very considerable number unique.
"Of the estimation in which the former edition of Drury's work was held by Linnæus, Fabricius, and others, the constant reference to it will sufficiently prove. The Rev. Wm. Kirby calls it opus entomologicus splendidissimus,' and the late Mr. Haworth describes it as a most beautiful and valuable work on entomology.""
This new edition is exquisitely coloured, and must rank high among the luxurious publications of the age. Its literary and scientific excellence is in keeping with its attractive appearance.
DUMERIL, Considérations Générales sur la Classe des Insectes, 8vo. 60 coloured plates, comprising upwards of 350 genera, neatly hf. bd. £2. 16s Paris, 1823 ENCYCLOPEDIE METHODIQUE: ENTOMOLOGIE, ou Histoire Naturelle des Crustacés, des Arachnides, et des Insectes, par Latreille, Olivier, Godart, Le Peletier de Saint-Fargeau, Serville, Guérin et Mauduyt, 10 vols. 4to. complete, with the Supplement and 397 plates, (pub. at £25.) neatly hf. bd. russia, £10. Puris, 1789-1825 the same, 10 vols. bound in 9, 4to. caif gilt, fine set, £10.10s
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ENTOMOLOGICAL MAGAZINE, 3 vols. hf. bd. | FABRICII Systema Piezatorum, 8vo. hf. bd. 12 calf, and Nos. 16 to 19, & 22, 8vo. plates, (pub. at £3. 13s 6d) £1. 16s
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the same, 8 vols. in 5, French calf, gilt edges, 12. 12s ESPER'S EUROPÄISCHE SCHMETTERLINGE in Abbildungen nach der Natur, mit Beschreibungen, (Butterflies of Europe, represented and described after Nature,) 5 vols. in 8, 4to. several hundred plates finely coloured, (pub. at £31. 10s) bds. £12. 12s Erlangen, 1777-94 the same, 5 vols. in 7, 4to. fine copy, russia, marbled edges, £16. 16s ESPER'S Ausländische oder die ausserhalb Europa,
zur Zeit in den übrigen Welttheilen, vorgefundenen Schmetterlinge, (Exotic Insects, or those which, though extra-European, are sometimes found in Europe,) 4to. 63 plates, com. prising numerous finely coloured figures, bds. £2. 12s 6d Erlangen, 1801 the same, 4to. coloured plates, hf. bd. calf,
£2.8s ib. 1801 FABRICII (J. C.) Entomologia Systematica emendata et aucta, secundum Classes, Ordines, Genera et Species, 8 vols. 8vo. complete with the alphabetical Index and Supplement, hf. bd. russia, £1. 16s Hafnia, 1792-98 the same, 8 vols. in 5, FINE PAPER, hf. bd. calf gilt, £2.5s ib. 1792-98 FABRICII Opera Varia Entomologica, viz. Systema Entomologiæ, 1 vol. Flensb. 1775 Philosophia Entomologica, 1 vol. Hamb. 1778— Species Insectorum, 2 vols. Hamb. 1781-Mantissa Insectorum, 2 vols. Hafn. 1787-Genera Insectorum, 1 vol. Kiliæ, 1776-Index Alphabeticus in Entomoliam Systematicam, Hafn. 1796-together 8 vols. 8vo. uniformly bound in marbled calf extra, by Kalthoeber, fine set, £3. 10s
FABRICII Mantissa Insectorum sistens eorum Species nuper detectas, etc. 2 vols. 8vo. calf, very neat, 12s Hafnia, 1787 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. very neat, 9s FABRICII Species Insectorum, exhibentes eorum Differentias Specificas, Synonyma, etc. 2 vols. 8vo. neat, 9s Hamb. 1781
the same, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. bd. calf gilt,
ib. 1781 the same, 2 vols. 8vo. neat in calf, 12s FABRICII Systema Entomologiæ, thick 8vo. very neat in calf, 10s 6d Flensburgi, 1775 FABRICII Systema Eleutheratorum, secundum Ordines, Genera, Species, adjectis Synonymis, Locis, Observationibus, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. cloth bds. 12s Kilia, 1801 FABRICII Systema Rhyngotorum, 8vo. hf. bd. 8s Brunsv. 1803
the same, 8vo. neat in calf, 10s 6d
the same, 8vo. calf, neat, 14s FABRICII Systema Antliatorum, 8vo. hf. bd. calf, 10s 6d ib. 1805 FABRICII Nomenclator Entomologicus; enumerans Insecta omnia in Fabricii Entomologia Systematica, emendata et aucta, 3 parts, 12mo. printed on writing paper, on one side only, for the purpose of being cut into labels for the use of collectors, sewed, 4s Mancunii, 1795 FABRICII Illustratio Iconographica et descriptio Insectorum in Musæis Parisinis observatorum, accedunt species plurimæ, auctore A. T. Coquebert, 3 parts, royal 4to. 30 finely coloured plates containing numerous specimens, bds. £3. 3s
FALDERMANN (Fr.) Coleoptera, a Bungio in China-Boreali et Mongolia collecta, 4to. 5 coloured plates of Beetles, sewed, 9s Petropoli, 1835 FISCHER (G.) ENTOMOGRAPHIA IMPERII RUSSICI, (Gall. et Lat.) 3 vols. 4to. with 84 plates, comprehending many hundred coloured figures, (pub. at £10. 10s) bds. £5. 15s 6d Mosque, 1820-28 FISCHER (J. E.) Schmetterlingkunde besonders der Micro-Lepidopterologie, 2 nos. 4to. with 10 coloured plates of Butterflies, 7s Leipzig, 1834 FUESSLY'S Archives of Entomology, containing the History of Insects, not hitherto described or imperfectly known, (in English and French) 4to. with 54 finely coloured plates, comprehending several hundred figures, calf gilt, £1. 5s Lond. 1795
the same, in German, bound in 2 vols. 4to. with 54 plates, containing numerous Insects, beautifully coloured, hf. bd. morocco, no title, 16s Zürich, 1781-85 FUESSLY (J. C.) Verzeichniss der Schweizerischen Insecten, 4to. with a coloured plate, containing 14 insects, bds. 10s ib. 1775
This copy is interleaved, and has MS. additions, chiefly of localities.
GEOFFROY (E. L.) Histoire des Insectes qui se
trouvent aux Environs de Paris, 2 vols.-et Supplement, 1 vol.-together 3 vols. 4to. with numerous plates, those of the Supplement coloured, calf, neat, £1. 11s 6d Paris, 1762 et 1799 the same, second edition, 4 vols. imp. 4to. LARGEST PAPER, THE PLATES COLOURED, neatly ib. 1800 hf. bd. calf gilt, scarce, £3. 13s 6d
Only 25 printed in this large size, with coloured plates, at 200 francs each. Cette histoire, très méthodique et très commode, est indispensable pour l'étude des Insectes.”—Querard.
GERMAR'S (E. F.) Magazin der Entomologie, 4 vols. 8vo. coloured plates, (pub. at £2.28) sewed, 14s Halle, 1813-21 GODART et DUPONCHEL, Histoire Naturelle des Lépidoptères ou Papillons de la France; ouvrage basé sur la Méthode de Latreille, 187 parts, with 364 coloured plates-Supplement, contenant environs 300 espèces, 46 parts, with 92 coloured plates-in ail 233 parts, arranged and bound in 16 vols. 8vo. (pub. at £34. 19s unbound) half calf gilt, (from Mr. Children's library) £20. Paris, 1820-39
GODART et DUPONCHEL, Histoire Naturelle,
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This work is to be completed in 194 parts, and the Supplement in 56: they each contain 2 plates, and are published at 38. Seventeen more parts therefore will complete this very capital work.
GODART et DUPONCHEL Iconographie des Chenilles, pour servir de Complément à l'Ouvrage ci-dessus, 29 parts, 8vo. with 87 coloured plates, (Mr. Children's copy) £2. 12s 6d
To be completed in 60 parts, each containing 3 coloured plates, at 3s. each.
GOEDART (Johannes) of Insects, done into Eng-
the same, elegantly bound in green morocco, treble gold borders, and gilt edges, £5. 15s 6d
This beautiful work is the only one which contains our English Moths and Butterflies of the full natural size, in all their changes of Caterpillar, Chrysalis, &c. with the plants on which they feed.
HARRIS' Exposition of English Insects, arranged according to the Linnæan System (in English and French), royal 4to. with 50 finely coloured plates, containing nearly 500 figures, and a scheme 1782 of colours, hf. bd. uncut, £1. 16s
the same, 2 vols. roy. 4to. WITH THE ORIGINAL DRAWINGS, very highly finished in colours, red morocco, silk insides, gilt edges, £8. 18s 6d
These Drawings were made by Martyn on faint ontlines, as patterns for the work. They are marked in White's Catalogne of the time, 25 guineas.
"Moses Harris was the best painter and engraver of insects of his day, besides being a most accurate describer."-SWAINSON.
HAWORTH (A. H.) Lepidoptera Britannica, adjung. Dissertationes variæ ad Historiam Naturalem spectantes, 8vo. bds. £1. 8s 6d
the same, 8vo. calf, very neat, marbled edges, £1. 13s
1803 the same, 1 vol. and Miscellanea Naturalia, 1 vol. together 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. neatly hf. bd. russia, £2. 2s HAWORTH'S Observations on the Genus Mesembryanthemum, 8vo. calf extra, marbled edges, 1794 HERBST'S (J. F. W.) Natursystem der Ungeflügelten Insekten, 4 parts. 4to. complete, 23 finely coloured plates of SPIDERS and SCORPIONS, neatly hf. bd. £2. 10s Berlin, 1797-1800 HEROLDII (M.) Disquisitiones de Animalium Vertebris Carentium in Ovo Formatione, part 2, folio, with 6 plates, and a duplicate set coloured, the letter-press in Latin and German, sewed, 14s Frankfurt, 1838 HERR'S (A.) Anleitung die Schmetterlinge und Raupen zu bestimmen, 2 vols. 12mo. 2 coloured plates of Caterpillars and Butterflies, sewed, 7s 6d Frankfurt, 1833 HOPE'S (Rev. W.) Coleopterist's Manual, Part I. containing the Lamellicorn Insects of Linneus and Fabricius, 8vo. plates, bds. 7s HOPE'S (Rev. W.) Coleopterist's Manual, Part 2, containing the Predaceous Land and Water Beetles of Linneus and Fabricius, 8vo. beautifully coloured plates, cloth, 10s 6d HORSFIELD'S (Thos.) Descriptive Catalogue of the Lepidopterous Insects, contained in the Museum of the East India Company, 2 parts, 4to. 8 plates, plain and coloured, (pub. at £4. 4s) £2.2s 1828-29
HUEBNER'S (Jac.) Sammlung exotischer Schmet-
JABLONSKY UND HERBST, NATURSYSTEM aller | bekannten in und ausländischen Insekten Käfer und Schmetterlinge. (Class Lepidoptera), letterpress, vols. 2-11, 8vo. and 3 parts, oblong 4to. with 327 coloured plates of Butterflies, containing several thousand figures, bds. £6. 6s Berlin, 1784-1804 LIBRARY
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LATREILLE, Genera Crustaceorum et Insectorum,
secundum Ordinem Naturalem in Familias disposita, 4 vols. 8vo. 16 plates, calf, extra, £1. 16s Paris, 1806-9 the same, 4 vols. 8vo. plates, very neat, calf, £1. 11s 6d ib. 1806-9 LATREILLE, Histoire Naturelle, Générale et Particulière, des Crustacés et des Insectes, 14 vols. in 8, 8vo, numerous plates, hf. bd, calf, £2. 12s 6d ib. 1802-5 the same, 14 vols. 8vo. with the plates coloured, sewed, £4. 4s ib. 1802-5 LATREILLE, Histoire Naturelle des Fourmis, Observations sur les Abeilles, les Araignées, les Faucheurs, etc. 8vo. 12 plates, calf gilt, 9s ib. 1802
Naturel des Crustacés, des Arachnides, et des
KEYS' (John) Ancient Bee-Master's Farewell, 8vo. | LATREILLE, Considérations générales sur l'Ordre plates, hf. bd. russia, 6s KIRBY, Monographia Apum Angliæ, or an Account of English Bees, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. with 18 plates of Bees, some coloured, bds. £1. Is Ipswich, 1802 the same, 2 vols. 8vo. half bound russia, £1.5s ib. 1802 KIRBY and SPENCE'S Introduction to Entomology, or Elements of the Natural History of Insects, 4 vols. 8vo. 4th edition, portraits and coloured plates, (pub. at £4.) bds. £2. 12s 6d 1822-26
KIRBY'S (Rev. W.) Entomologia Boreali Ameri-
Iconographie des Insectes Coléoptères d'Europe (les Carnassiers), 3 parts, 8vo. (all published), coloured plates, 10s ib. 1822-24 LEE'S (James) Coloured Specimens, to illustrate the Natural History of Butterflies, fol. 20 plates, comprising 38 figures of Butterflies, and the plants on which they feed, most beautifully coloured, mounted on tinted paper; with descriptive letterpress, hf. bd. uncut, £2. 2s 1806
Of this beautiful work only 50 copies were printed as presents. Being coloured on faint outlines they have the appearance of highly finished drawings. LEFETETIER DE SAINT-FARGEAU (Amédée) Histoire Naturelle des Insectes Hymenoptères, 8vo. hf. bd. 12s Paris, 1836 LESSER, Théologie des Insectes, avec des Remarques de P. Lyonnet, 2 vols. 8vo. with plates, hf. bd. russia, 7s La Haye, 1742 LEWIN'S (W.) Papilios of Great Britain, systematically arranged, accurately engraved, and painted from Nature, with the Natural History of each Species in English amd French, 4to. 46 plates, containing numerous beautifully coloured figures, bds. £1. 5s 1795
the same, 4to. coloured plates, russia, gilt edges, £1. 10s 1795 LEWIN'S (J. W.) Prodromus Entomology: Natural History of Lepidopterous Insects of New South Wales, 4to. 18 coloured plates, hf. bd. very 1805 neat, £1. 5s the same, imperial 4to. LARGE PAPER, beautifully coloured plates, hf. bd. russia, £2. 5s Only 40 copies taken off on imperial paper.
LOUDON and WESTWOOD's Treatise on Insects | MARTYN'S (T.) English ENTOMOLOGIST, exhibitinjurious to Gardens, Forests, and Farms, translated from the German of Köllar, fcap. 8vo. illustrated by 60 woodcuts, (pub. at 7s) extra cloth bds. 4s 6d
"We have always wondered that, in a country like this, where the pursuits of agriculture and horticulture are so universal and important, entomologists should never have bethought them of writing a book of this description. Some of the English followers of this branch of Natural History are of great eminence as systematists, but as to the manner of life of such creatures, the nature of their insidious attacks upon the property of man, or the means by which their ravages may be diminished or arrested, we have hitherto had no good modern information collected together under one head. It is therefore with great satisfaction that we announce the appearance of the present work. The principles of classifying insects, the nature of their transformations, their food, and similar topics, form a short introduction to the body of the work, in which the author treats of insects that attack man and domestic animals; of those which injure grain, pastures, and culinary vegetables; of the enemies of fruit trees, greenhouse and hothouse plants; and finally, of such as prey upon the trees of the forest."-Athenæum.
"Köllar's Treatise on Insects cannot fail to become a standard work; and we have no doubt that it will also become a popular one, as it is written in a clear and simple style, perfectly easy of comprehension, even to those before totally unacquainted with the subject. It is exceedingly well got up, and the engravings are very good; and we heartily recommend this treatise to the attention of every one who possesses a garden or other ground, as we are confident that no one taking an interest in rural affairs can read it without reaping both pleasure and profit from its perusal."— Literary Gazette.
LUCAS (H.) Hist. Natur. des Lépidoptères Exo
tiques, royal 8vo. with 80 plates, beautifully coloured, hf. calf, very neat, £1. 7s Paris, 1835
the same, and Lépidoptères d'Europe, 2 vols. roy. 8vo. with 160 plates, containing 400 figures, finely coloured, sewed, £2. 5s ib. 1834 & 1835 LYONET, Recherches sur l'Anatomie et les Métamorphoses de différentes Espèces d'Insectes, publiées par M. W. de Haan, 2 vols. 4to. 54 plates, calf extra, £1. 10s ib. 1832 LYONET, Traité Anatomique de la Chenille qui ronge le Bois de Saule, 4to. 18 plates, calf extra, gilt edges, by Kalthoeber, £1. 11s 6d La Haye, 1762 MACLEAY'S (W.) Hora Entomologica, or Essay on the Annulose Animals, vol. 1, part 1, 8vo. with 3 plates, bds. £1. 1s 1819 MARSHAM, Entomologia Britannica, sistens Insecta Britanniæ indigena, secundum Methodum Linnæanum disposita, Vol. I. Coleoptera (no more published), 8vo. bds. rare, 14s
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ing all the Coleopterous Insects found in England,including upwards of 500 different Species, the Figures of which have never before been given, accurately drawn and painted after Nature, imperial 4to. 42 plates, comprising numerous specimens, beautifully coloured, and 2 plates of medals; with descriptive text, calf, gilt edges, £2. 15s
the same, imperial 4to. 42 coloured plates, and the 2 plates of medals, an original and highly finished copy, red morocco, silk linings and gilt edges, £4. 4s
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English Entomologist, imperial 4to. 42 coloured plates, but wanting the title-page, the frontispiece, and advertisement, bds. £1. 4s MARTYN'S PSYCHE; Figures of non-descript Lepidopterous Insects, or rare Moths and Butterflies, from different parts of the World, imperial 4to. 32 plates, comprising 97 figures, beautifully coloured; interleaved with drawing paper, hf. bd. uncut, £3. 13s 6d
MERIAN, Dissertation sur la Génération et les Transformations des Insectes de Surinam, (Fr. et Lat.) royal folio, 72 plates of Insects, with the plants on which they feed, calf, £1. 1s. La Haye, 1726 the same, royal folio, beautifully coloured plates, heightened with gold and silver, hf. bd. green morocco, gilt edges, £4. 4s MERIANI Erucarum Ortus, Alimentum et Paradoxa Metamorphosis, 3 vols. in 1, 4to. with 150 finely coloured ORIGINAL drawings of insects, plants and flowers, old red morocco, gilt edges, £3. 3s Amst. n. d. the same, with German letter-press, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. 102 coloured plates, calf, 15s
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12s 1841 NOUVEAUX Mémoires de la Société Impériale des Naturalistes de Moscou, Tome IV. viz. Additamenta Entomologica ad Faunam Rossicam in Itineribus jussu Imperatoris august. annis 1827-1831 a Cl. Ménétriés et Szovitz susceptis collecta, in lucem edita auctore F. Faldermann Coleoptera Persico-Armeniaca, 4to. 10 plates, comprising numerous coloured figures of Persico-Armenian Coleoptera, sewed, £1. 10s Moscou, 1835 OLIVIER HISTOIRE NATURELLE DES INSECTES, Coléoptères, 8 vols. royal 4to. with 363 fine engravings, hf. bd. calf, £6. 6s Paris, 1789-1808 the same, 8 vols. royal 4to. with beautifully coloured plates, brown calf extra, marbled edges, £21. ib. 1789-1808
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ib. 1789-1808 PALISOT de Beauvois, Insectes recueillis en Afrique et en Amérique, royal folio, VELLUM PAPER, 90 engravings representing several hundred figures, most beautifully coloured (pub. at £21. 12s), hf. bd. morocco, uncut, £10. 10s Paris 1805