Titel: HOW PLANTS ARE TRAINED TO WORK FOR MAN (...
Verlag: Collier, New York
Zustand: Very Good +
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: No Jacket
Last c. date 1921. Eight hardcover volumes (complete) in brown cloth with gilt spine lettering , rules, and two small decorations. Gilt top edges. Illustrated endpapers. Each volume lavishly illustrated with beautiful color plates. Individual titles are: Plant Breeding; Grafting and Budding; Fruit Improvement; Small Fruits, Gardening; Useful Plants; Flowers; Trees/Biography/Index. Average 350 to 400 pages each. Slight wear to corners and spine-ends and a trace to some edges. All volumes very clean and tight. Volume VIII is cracked midway through the index, otherwise contents are fine - clean, tight, no foxing or discoloration. Gilt is very bright. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 005228
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