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Wild Flowers of the United States : Volume Two - The Southeastern States, Parts One and Two by  Harold William Rickett - Hardcover - 2nd Edition - 1967 - from Pendleburys - the bookshop in the hills and

Wild Flowers of the United States : Volume Two - The Southeastern States, Parts One and Two

by Rickett, Harold William

Condition: Near Fine/No Jacket

McGraw-Hill & The New York Botanical Garden, 1967. Book. Near Fine. Hardcover. 2nd Edition. hardback, folio, two volumes complete, brown weave cloth lettered gilt on brown to spines, no jackets issued, a near fine set in a lightly rubbed strong pictorial slipcase, coloured plates, b&w illustrations, maps to endpapers, 688pp, Owing to weight a request may be made for additional post if ordered from some overseas destinations.
Multi-volume Set


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