Les Fleurs Expliquées: Introduction à la Botanique par l’etude sommaire de 100 Plantes trés communes partout

$85.00

Coupin, Henri (1868-1937)

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Coupin, Henri (1868-1937). Les Fleurs Expliquées: Introduction à la Botanique par l’etude sommaire de 100 Plantes trés communes partout. Paris: Librairie Vuibert, 1926. Duxieme Edition. pp. 164. Royal 8vo., measuring 9.5″ x 6.5″. Quarter brown leather over lovely marbled boards with gilt lettering and floral decoration to spine. Five raised bands to spine, six compartments. Marbled endpapers. Replete with many black-and-white illustrations of various specimens, charts, tables, et al. Extremities lightly rubbed, small chip to the head of leather spine. Ex-library with circucal stamp of de-accessioning institution to the title page, and one library pocket affixed to the rear pastedown else no other library markings. Contents remain bright, clean, and unmarked with tight, sound binding. Overall, very good. Leather Bound. (#1270) $85.00