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The Gramineae - a study of cereal, bamboo and grasses, Arber, Agnes

Author Name    Arber, Agnes

Title   The Gramineae - a study of cereal, bamboo and grasses

Binding   Cloth

Book Condition   Good

Edition   First Edition

Publisher    Cambridge at the University Press 1934

Seller ID   010396

Illustrated, large 8vo, pp xviii, 480, slight foxing and toning internally, a tiny signature and date on the front endpaper, otherwise clean and sound internally, green cloth slightly worn and rubbedm the spine more worn with pulling at the head and base, and the joints rubbed with one small break in the cloth.

Price = 40.00 GBP


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