6 edition of Sowerby"s Book of Shells found in the catalog.
Sowerby"s Book of Shells
G.B. Jr Sowerby
July 30, 1990
Written in English
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Published by subscription in parts For details about the publication history of this edition, see the article by R.J. Cleevely, "The Sowerbys, Mineral conchology, and their fossil collection" in the Journal of the Society for the Bibliography of Natural History, volume 6 (), pages ; and also the article by Cleevely and C.W. Wright, "Authorship and dates of the Sowerbys' Mineral. The story of shells: a guide-book for young collectors , Harvey House in English zzzz. Not in Library. 2. The story of shells: a guidebook for young collectors. , Harvey House in English aaaa. Checked Out. Download for print-disabled Add another edition? The story of.
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Originally published in as A Conchological Manual, this wonderfully comprehensive study of shells, including more the illustrations in full colour and black and white, entices the reader into a world of beauty, and the quiet contemplation of some of the smaller, but no less wonderful, creations of nature.
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Shells -- Dictionaries. Sowerbys Book of Shells book. Shells. Confirm this request. You may have already requested this item. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request. The Book of Shells curates a lifesize collection of of the most significant examples, presented by one of the world's preeminent scholars.
Each shell is reproduced lifesize, and the book is arranged by shell family, and by size within each family, providing instant visual identification and comparison. Accompanying text for every example is.
Sowerby's Book of Shells. Authors: Unknown. Binding: Hardcover. We hope you enjoy your book and that it arrives quickly and is as expected. The picture may not reflect the books condition or. Sowerby Shells, Antique prints of shells from A Conchological Manual Sowerby Shell Prints Please click on each image to enlarge and for prices Murex Shells SO26 $ Conch, Turitella SO28 $ Conch, Tun Shells SO19 $ Pen, Clam, Scallop Shells SO9 Sowerbys Book of Shells book Cowrie, Cone Shells SO21 $ Hammer Oyster SO10 $ SOWERBYS BOOK OF SHELLS.のことをもっと知りたければ、世界中の「欲しい」が集まるSumallyへ！.
The Book of Shells curates a lifesize collection of of the most significant examples, presented by one of the world’s preeminent scholars. Each shell is reproduced lifesize, and the book is arranged by shell family, and by size within each family, providing instant visual identification and comparison.
Accompanying text for every example Reviews: This beautiful G B Sowerby Antique Shell Print was printed in and is an original book plate from Sowerbys, Illustrated Index of British Shells. The plates are all hand coloured. This is the first edition actually printed in and not a modern copy or reproduction.
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He went on to produce a large body of work, including a large body of work on shells which took three generations of Sowerbys over forty-five years to complete.
(Ref. Dance, 'A History of Shell Collecting', p. Condition The prints were in immaculate condition. Size Approximately " by "(22 cm by 14cm). The shells covered most of the. The Book of Shells book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Who among us hasn’t marveled at the diversity and beauty of she /5(2).
All three of the G.B Sowerbys published extensively on the subject of conchology, which is the collection and study of shells. Even for professional taxonomists it is difficult to know which of the three "G.B. Sowerbys" is meant in a particular citation. The numbering system G.B. Sowerby I, II, or III helps.
George Brettingham Sowerby I (12 August – 26 July ) was a British naturalist, illustrator, and conchologist. He was the second son of James Sowerby. Together with his brother James De Carle Sowerby he continued their father's work on fossil shells, publishing the latter parts of the Mineral Conchology of Great Britain.
The books and illustrations are small (14 x 23 cm), but each illustration is exquisitely drawn and coloured. A book plate is included on the inside cover of each volume, under the name of Margaret Crichton Stuart.
Pages from The Genera of recent and fossil shells, Vol. Photo: James Cook University Library. The book also has a slight curve to it towards one corner as shown in photo 6. There is a name written on one side of the front flyleaf and some pencil markings on the other side.
There are light smudges on a couple of pages inside and light foxing on quite a few pages and most noticeable on the tissue pages protecting the plates. The Book of Shells includes full-color photos of hundreds of shells and a guide to each mollusk's stomping grounds.
M.G. Harasewych and Fabio Moretzsohn, the zoologists who put together this jumbo joy--at pages and a hard cover, you'll need two hands to lift it--have done a splendid s: Shells was the Yale Series of Younger Poets selected by W.S.
Merwin. Indeed, there is a lot of imagery of shells, mollusks, lobster, with some recipes even. But in the aftermath of his tragic loss hiking, reading his book, what I find interesting is the many references to death/5(22).
The three George Sowerbys produced major works on molluscs and their er, they introduced numerous (sometimes the number is mentioned) taxonomic names. Because all three of the G.B Sowerbys published extensively on the subject of conchology, it is not easy even for professional taxonomists to unravel which of the three "G.B.
Sowerbys" is meant in a particular .The Book of Shells: A Life-Size Guide to Identifying and Classifying Six Hundred Seashells is a fascinating guide to the external skeletons of mollusks—also known as seashells—that routinely turn the ocean’s fringe into a scattering of treasures. With this book in tow, you can, after an afternoon of shell-collecting, sit down and classify.$ (99 used & new offers) The Book of Shells: A Life-Size Guide to Identifying and Classifying Six Hundred Seashells by M.
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