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2390 - 2685     BOTANY, GARDENS AND GARDENING, HUSBANDRY - The Collection of Jan Meemelink

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71 2550 Michaux A 71 2550 Michaux A
71 2550 Michaux A 71 2550 Michaux A
71/2550 Michaux, A. Flora Boreali-Americana, sistens caracteres plantarum quas in America septentrionali collegit et detexit. Paris/ Strasb., Levrault, 1803, 1st ed., 2 vols., X,(2),330; (4),340p., 51 engr. plates (2x fold.), contemp. unif. gilt calf w. mor. letterpieces.

- Occas. trifle foxed. Both bindings w. vague whiteish remains of polish (?). A fine copy.

= Nissen, BBI 1357. Rare. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIV.

€ (800-1.000) 900
71 2551 Migula W 71 2551 Migula W
71 2551 Migula W 71 2551 Migula W
71/2551 Migula, W. Kryptogamen-Flora von Deutschland, Deutsch-Österreich und der Schweiz im Anschluss an Thomé's Flora von Deutschland. Band II. Algen. Gera/ Berlin, F. von Zezschwitz/ Hugo Bermühler Verlag, 1904-1921, 3 parts in 9 vols., num. (col.) lithogr. plates, contemp. (partly) unif. boards w. gilt spine.[*]

- First vol. sm. bookseller's ticket on upper pastedown; 2nd vol bookblock loosening; content sl. browned. Some vols. covers soiled.

= Flora von Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. Band I (1 vol.), Band II (2 vols.) and Band III (6 vols.). Nissen, BBI 1947.

ADDED: Band XI, 2 Die Pilze (Schlußband) Lieferung 311-314 (Leipsic, 1934, in 4 parts as issued, ills., orig. unif. printed wr.)

€ (100-150) 130
71 2552 Miller P 71 2552 Miller P
71/2552 Miller, P. The Gardeners Kalendar; Directing the necessary Works to be done Every Month in the Kitchen Fruit, and Pleasure-Gardens, As also in the Conservatory and Nursery. (...). London, C. Rivington, 1739, 5th ed., 333,(11)p., engr. frontisp., 5 fold. engr. plates, contemp. calf.[*]

- Occas. sl. soiled. Binding worn along extremities; joints splitting; covers rubbed. = Henrey 1132.

€ (40-60) 40
71 2553 Miller P 71 2553 Miller P
71 2553 Miller P 71 2553 Miller P
71/2553 Miller, P. The Gardeners Kalendar; Directing the necessary Works to be done Every Month in the Kitchen Fruit, and Pleasure-Gardens, As also in the Conservatory and Nursery. (...). London, J.F. Rivington etc., 1769, 15th ed., LXVI,382,(22)p., engr. frontisp., 5 fold. engr. plates, contemp. calf w. mor. letterpiece.[*]

- Occas. sl. soiled; new endpapers. Binding worn along extremities; joints dam. = Pritzel 6239.

€ (40-60) 40
71 2554 Miller P 71 2554 Miller P
71/2554 Miller, P. Groot en algemeen kruidkundig, hoveniers, en bloemisten woordenboek, behelzende de manier om moes-, bloem-, vrugt-, kruid-tuinen, wild-bossen, wijngaarden, oranje-huizen, stook-kassen, enz. aanteleggen, enz. en allerlei gewassen te kweeken. Waarby (...) het gebruik der Barometers, Thermometers, en Hygrometers, welke den Hoveniers te pas komen. Dutch transl. J. van Eems. Leyden, P. vander Eyk and Wed. J. vander Kluis, 1745, 2 vols., (18),593; (2),595-1238,(2)p., 13 (fold.) engr. plates, engr. and woodcut textills., contemp. unif. vellum, folio.

- More or less foxed as usual. Vellum on spine and corners yellowed from glue of former protective cover.

= Pritzel 6237 (note); not in Nissen. The first Dutch edition of "The Gardener's Dictionary", published in 1731. "Under his direction the physic garden gained an international renown, enhanced by the authority of Miller's several publications, the most influential of which was The Gardener's Dictionary (...). This went through many editions, remaining a definitive work for over a century and highly praised by Linnaeus (...)" (British gardeners).

€ (300-400)
71 2555 Miller P 71 2555 Miller P
71/2555 Miller, P. Groot en algemeen kruidkundig, hoveniers, en bloemisten woordenboek, behelzende de manier om moes-, bloem-, vrugt-, kruid-tuinen, wild-bossen, wijngaarden, oranje-huizen, stook-kassen, enz. aanteleggen, enz. en allerlei gewassen te kweeken. Waarby (...) het gebruik der Barometers, Thermometers, en Hygrometers, welke den Hoveniers te pas komen. Dutch transl. J. van Eems. Leyden, P. vander Eyk and Wed. J. vander Kluis, 1745, 2 vols., (18),593; (2),595-1238,(2)p., 13 (fold.) engr. plates, sl. later unif. hcalf, folio.[*]

- Vol. 2 sl. foxed at the beginning; one plate waterst. Spine-ends sl. worn/ dam.

= Large paper copy. Pritzel 6237 (note); not in Nissen. The first Dutch edition of "The Gardener's Dictionary", published in 1731. "Under his direction the physic garden gained an international renown, enhanced by the authority of Miller's several publications, the most influential of which was The Gardener's Dictionary (...). This went through many editions, remaining a definitive work for over a century and highly praised by Linnaeus (...)" (British gardeners).

€ (300-400) 300
71 2556 Miller P 71 2556 Miller P
71/2556 Miller, P. Maandelykse Tuin-Oeffeningen, Aantoonende, wat Werk noodzaaklyk te doen is in ieder Maand van het Jaar, zoo in de Moes- Vrugt- en Bloem-Tuin, als in de Stook- en Broei-Kassen, en de Kweekery (...). Dutch adapt. J. Baster. Haarlem, J. Bosch, 1767, (16),348,(28)p., engr. title, 5 fold. plates, modern calf w. orig. gilt backstrip.

- Partly sl. yellowed, otherwise a fine untrimmed copy. = Rare.

€ (150-250) 150
71 2557 Miller P and Baster J 71 2557 Miller P and Baster J
71/2557 Miller, P. and Baster, J. Maandlyksche tuin-oefeningen in moes- vrugt- en bloemhof, in boomgaard en oranjehuis, in stook- en broeikas, en in ent- en kweekery (...). Amst., H. Gartman etc., n.d. (±1820), new ed., (2),VIII,292p., engr. frontisp., fold. plate, 5 fold. tables, contemp. wr.

- Two lvs. loose(ning); 1 plate w. sm. tear. Wrapper trifle worn.

= Cf. Fussell p.124; not in Springer.

€ (100-150)
71 2558 Miller P and Shaw W 71 2558 Miller P and Shaw W
71/2558 Miller, P. and Shaw, W. The Practical Gardener; containing plain and familiar instructions for propagating and improving the different kinds of fruit trees, plants and flowers (...). London, W. Day & Co. for M. Jones, n.d. (1805), 679,(5)p., engr. frontisp., 6 engr. plates, contemp. boards.[*]

- Backstrip pasted over w. paper tape; corners sl. worn.

€ (50-70) 50
71 2559 Miquel F A W 71 2559 Miquel F A W
71/2559 Miquel, F.A.W. Illustrations de la Flore de l'Archipel Indien. Amst./ Utrecht/ Leipsic, C.G. van der Post/ C. van der Post Jr./ F. Fleischer, 1871, X,114p., 37 lithogr. plates, orig. clothbacked boards w. orig. frontwr. laid down, large 4to.

- Plates sl. foxed; owner's stamp on title-p. and p.1. = Nissen, BBI 1385.

€ (150-250)
71 2560 Miquel F A W 71 2560 Miquel F A W
71/2560 Miquel, F.A.W. De Noord-Nederlandsche vergiftige gewassen. Amst., C.G. Sulpke, 1836, 1st ed., 198p., 30 handcol. lithogr. plates, orig. printed boards.

- Plates yellowed; text lvs. foxed. Binding rubbed.

= Nissen, BBI 1388; Pritzel 6257. Ekama I, 373: "An interesting and scarce work on the poisonous plants in the Netherlands, by this eminent botanist."

€ (80-100) 80
71/2561 Missouri Botanical Garden First  tenth annual report 71/2561 Missouri Botanical Garden First tenth annual report
71/2561 Missouri Botanical Garden. First - tenth annual report. St. Louis, Board of trustees, 1890-1899, 10 vols., 10 diff. photogr. frontisp. (portraits), num. (double-p.) (photogr.) plates, num. fold. plans, contemp. unif. gilt cl., t.e.g.

- Vol. 1890 owner's entry on 2nd blank; vol. 1891 one plate torn in two along central fold; vol. 1896 bookplate on upper pastedown. Bindings trifle worn. A good set.

€ (100-150)
71 2562 Morren E 71 2562 Morren E
71 2562 Morren E 71 2562 Morren E
71 2562 Morren E 71 2562 Morren E
71/2562 Morren, E. La Belgique horticole. Journal des jardins, des serres et des vergers. [CONTINUED AS:] Annales d'horticulture Belge et Étrangère. [CONTINUED AS:] Annales de botanique et d'horticulture. Vols. 1-35. The Hague/ Liége, K. Fuhri/ à la Direction générale, 1851-1885, 35 parts in 19 vols., 40 lithogr. portraits and 670 (fold.) (col.) (lithogr./ engr.) plates, num. (woodengr.) (full-p.) views/ plans/ ills., contemp. (almost) unif. hmor., 4to.

- Occas. trifle foxed; endpapers w. sm. stains in corners; vol. 8-9 w. annots. on last free endpaper and lower pastedown; a few owner's entries in pencil in vols. 31-33; a few (upper) hinges sl. weak. Covers sl. chafed; a few vols. rebacked w. use of old backstrip.

= Nissen, BBI 2218. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIV.

€ (1.200-1.500) 1200
71 2563 Moss C E  ed  71 2563 Moss C E ed
71/2563 Moss, C.E. (ed.). The Cambridge British Flora. Cambr., University Press, 1914-1920, 2 text vols.: XX,206; XVI,200p., engr. frontisp. portrait, num. maps; 2 plate vols.: no pagination, 206/191 plates after E.W. HUNNYBUN, contemp. unif. hcl., folio.

- Endpapers sl. browned; plate vol. II upper hinge sl. weak. Frontcover text vol. III and backcover plate vol. III sl. soiled.

= "The need for a new Flora was already widely felt. (...) The Cambridge British Flora, under the editorship of C.E. Moss, was planned as a ten-volume encyclopaedic survey of the flora of Britain, with accounts of critical genera contributed by specialists. The two published volumes are of a very high standard, (...). The Press delayed further volumes until financial restraints eased, (...). By 1923, no further volumes had been published. (...) In July of that year the Press decided that the work "should not proceed under the current contract"." (Bunting, M.J., Briggs, D. and Block, M. The Cambridge Britsh Flora (1914-1920) in Watsonia 20). Nissen, BBI 1415.

€ (40-60) 40
71 2564 Müller O F  71 2564 Müller O F
71 2564 Müller O F  71 2564 Müller O F
71/2564 (Müller, O.F.). Flora Fridrichsdalina sive Methodia descriptio plantarum in Agro Fridrichsdalina simulque per Regnum Daniae crescentum. Trier, J.F. Bauer, 1767, XVIII [= XX],238,(22)p., fold. engr. map and 1 plate, contemp. hcalf w. mor. letterpiece.[*]

- Bookseller's stamp on upper pastedown and first free endpaper; annots. on upper pastedown; occas. sl. foxed. Covers sl. rubbed.

= Pritzel 6536. Description of 1099 Danish plants and flowers.

€ (80-100)
71 2565 Munting A 71 2565 Munting A
71 2565 Munting A 71 2565 Munting A
71 2565 Munting A 71 2565 Munting A
71 2565 Munting A 71 2565 Munting A
71/2565 Munting, A. De vera antiquorum herba Britannica, ejusdemque efficacia contra Stomacaccen, seu Scelotyrben, Frisiis & Batavis de scheurbuyck. Dissertatio historico-medica. - BOUND AS USUAL WITH: Idem. Aloidarium, sive aloës mucronato folio Americanae majoris, aliarumque ejusdem speciei historia. Amst., H. Sweerts/ n.pl., n.pr., 1681/ 1680, 2 parts in 1 vol., (28),231; 33,(19)p., engr. frontisp., portr. and 32 plates, contemp. calf w. gilt spine and mor. letterpiece, sm. 4to.

- Contemp. annots. on upper pastedown; owner's entry on title. Binding sl. rubbed along extremities. A very fine copy.

= Pritzel 6557 and 6558; Bibl. Wall. 6760; Hunt 360; not in Nissen. Interesting attempt to identify a plant called Britannica by the ancient authors, which was used to cure scurvy. Depicting and discussing the various possibilities, Munting eventually chose for the Lapathum Longifolium Nigrum Palustre (of the Dock family). The second, most important work is a treatise on succulents, recently brought from America, illustrated with 8 plates. This work, although dated one year earlier, contains the index and errata of the first work at the end. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXIV.

€ (800-1.000) 1100
71 2566 Munting A 71 2566 Munting A
71 2566 Munting A 71 2566 Munting A
71 2566 Munting A 71 2566 Munting A
71 2566 Munting A 71 2566 Munting A
71/2566 Munting, A. Naauwkeurige beschryving der aardgewassen, waar in de veelerley aart en bijzondere eigenschappen der boomen, heesters, kruyden, bloemen, met haare vrugten, zaden, wortelen en bollen, neevens derzelver waare voort-teeling, gelukkige aanwinning, en heylzaame genees-krachten. Leyden/ Utr., P. van der Aa/ F. Halma, 1696, (38),929[in columns],(64)p., engr. frontisp., title-vignette, 12 vignettes and 243 full-p. plates, contemp. blindst. and giltlettered vellum, folio.

- Rare LARGE PAPER copy (44,8x28 cm.). Plates partly (sl.) yellowed, occas. w. some offsetting from opposite plates. Otherwise fine.

= Nissen, BBI 1428; Pritzel 6556; De Belder 252. The unusual plates depict plants set in or floating above landscape backgrounds. "The plates are as curious as their subjects. They commonly present the plants far larger than life, oranges huge as pumpkins, cyclamens with heavy corms floating lightly in mid-air, gentle geraniums grown into giant trees. The effect is obtained through sketching in classical or idyllic [including some very Dutch views] or mountainous little landscapes below." (Hunt 404). SEE ILLUSTRATIONS PLATE CXIV.

€ (7.000-9.000)
71 2567 Munting A 71 2567 Munting A
71 2567 Munting A 71 2567 Munting A
71 2567 Munting A 71 2567 Munting A
71/2567 Munting, A. Naauwkeurige beschryving der aardgewassen, waar in de veelerley aart en bijzondere eigenschappen der boomen, heesters, kruyden, bloemen, met haare vrugten, zaden, wortelen en bollen, neevens derzelver waare voort-teeling, gelukkige aanwinning, en heylzaame genees-krachten. Leyden/ Utr., P. van der Aa/ F. Halma, 1696, 2 vols., (38),639; (2),641-929[in columns],(64)p., engr. frontisp., title-vign., 12 vignettes and 243 full-p. plates, contemp. unif. blindst. vellum, folio.

- Both vols. contemp. owner's entries on first pastedown; sm. library stamps on pastedowns, endpapers and title-pages; vol. 1 partly trifle waterst. in blank upper margin, not affecting text. Both vols. bindings sl. soiled and restored w. vellum; vol. 1 stained. On the whole a fine copy.

= Nissen, BBI 1428; Pritzel 6556; De Belder 252. The unusual plates depict plants set in or floating above landscape backgrounds. "The plates are as curious as their subjects. They commonly present the plants far larger than life, oranges huge as pumpkins, cyclamens with heavy corms floating lightly in mid-air, gentle geraniums grown into giant trees. The effect is obtained through sketching in classical or idyllic [including some very Dutch views] or mountainous little landscapes below." (Hunt 404). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXV.

€ (7.000-9.000)
71 2568 Munting A 71 2568 Munting A
71 2568 Munting A 71 2568 Munting A
71 2568 Munting A 71 2568 Munting A
71/2568 Munting, A. Waare oeffening der planten, waar in De rechte Aart, Natuire, en verborgene eigenschappen der Boomen, Heesteren, Kruiden, ende Bloemen, door een veeljaarige onderzoekinge, zelfs gevonden; Als meede op wat maniere zy, in onze Neder- en Hoog-duitsche Landen, gezaait, geplant, bewaart, ende, door het geheele Jaar, geregeert moeten zijn, kenbaar gemaakt worden. Amst., J. Rieuwertsz., 1672, 1st ed., (72),652,(38)p., engr. frontisp. and 40 engr. plates, contemp. overlapping vellum, sm. 4to.

- Occas. sl. waterstained/ fingersoiled in blank margin; a few leaves w. sm. inkstain; frontisp. cut sl. short. Vellum sl. soiled. Otherwise a fine copy.

= The first edition. Nissen, BBI 1430; Pritzel 6556; De Belder 251. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXV.

€ (1.200-1.500) 1200
71 2569 Munting A 71 2569 Munting A
71 2569 Munting A 71 2569 Munting A
71/2569 Munting, A. Waare oeffening der planten, waar in de rechte aart, natuire, en verborgene eigenschappen der boomen, heesteren, kruiden, ende bloemen, door een veeljaarige onderzoekinge, zelfs gevonden; Als meede op wat maniere zy, in onze Neder- en Hoog-duitsche Landen, gezaait, geplant, bewaart, ende, door het geheele Jaar, geregeert moeten zijn, kenbaar gemaakt worden. Amst., J. Rieuwertsz., 1682, 2nd ed., (40),656,(22)p., handcol. engr. title and 40 handcol. plates, contemp. calf.

- One leaf w. tear, otherwise contents w. minor imperfections; handcolouring (sl.) clumsy. Wormhole in outer board edge of frontcover; extremities sl. rubbed.

= Nissen, BBI 1430; Pritzel 6556; De Belder 251. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXV.

€ (800-1.000)