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Monograph of the Sirenoid and Crossopterygian Ganoids, Miall, L. C

Author    Miall, L. C

Title   Monograph of the Sirenoid and Crossopterygian Ganoids

Condition   Antiquarian

Inventory number   004557

Pal. Soc., 1878. 28cm. Pp.32. 5 plates (1 folding, of recent Protopterus and Ceratodus from the BM). Black library buckram, gilt, original wrappers bound in. Front endpaper, front wrapper and half-title loose, tipped in. Previous owner's label (Moreton, F.G.S) to verso of front wrap, cut down. Blindstamp and library bookplate.

Monograph of the Sirenoid and Crossopterygian Ganoids a good clean copy.

Monograph of the Sirenoid and Crossopterygian Ganoids, JEEH1704

Price = 35.00 GBP


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