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A Manual of Entomology
Author: Dr Hermann Burmeister (translated by W E Shuckard)
First Edition of the Abridged English Translation of German naturalist Hermann Burmeister's Handbuch der Entomologie (five volumes, Berlin, 1832-55).
||Burmeister, Dr Hermann
||London, Edward Churton
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||Paper covered boards are well-worn and scuffed with edge-losses and corner delamination; paper spine-label is browned but intact; the binding is tight and all plates are present. It is a good copy for its age.
First Edition of the Abridged English Translation of German naturalist Hermann Burmeister's Handbuch der Entomologie (five volumes, Berlin, 1832-55). This edition includes additions made by the author himself with original notes and thirty-three engraved plates by the translator. The engraved frontispiece is hand-coloured. The original green half-leather with marbled paper covered boards are worn and the spine-label is intact.