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Sir Joseph Banks and the Transfer of Plants to and from the South Pacific, 1786-1798

by Frost, Alan

Condition: Very Fine/A/c

Melbourne, Australia: The Colony Press, 1993. Softcover, decorated wraps, 4to, 62 pages, no. 52 of 150 copies. Name inscribed on half-title, o/w a very fine unmarked, unsoiled and uncreased copy. Limited Edition. Very Fine/A/c. +.
  • Bookseller: David J. Craig, bookseller CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 038682
  • Title: Sir Joseph Banks and the Transfer of Plants to and from the South Pacific, 1786-1798
  • Author: Frost, Alan
  • Book condition: Used - Very Fine
  • Jacket condition: A/c
  • Edition: Limited Edition
  • Binding: Paperback
  • ISBN 10: 0949586080
  • ISBN 13: 9780949586087
  • Publisher: The Colony Press
  • Place: Melbourne, Australia
  • Date published: 1993
  • Bookseller catalogs: Nature/Wildlife/Pets;
  • Size: +


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