Haller, Albrecht von: Historia stirpium indigenarum Helvetiae inchoata.
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Häflicher, E. & J. Brun-Hool
Unkrautgemeinschaften Europas. Groupements d’adventices d’Europe. Weed communities of Europe. …
Basel, Documenta Cieba-Geigy, 1971, pp. [xiii], text in in 7 languages with tables, dealing with 116 weed species on 21 photo plates in colour and names on transparant foil (458 x 308 mm), with Glossarium und Appendix socologica, in cardboard portfolio.
€ 90
Häflicher, E. & J. Brun-Hool: Unkrautgemeinschaften Europas. Groupements d’adventices d’Europe. Weed communities of Europe. …
Haines, Henry Haselfoot
The botany of Bihar and Orissa. An account of all the known indigenous plants of the province and of the most important or most commonly cultivated exotic ones. With map and introduction. In six parts.
London, Adlard & West Newman, 1921-1925, 1. edition, 6 volumes, pp. x, 1-199, 2 folding maps in colour (one fine map enclosed; 550 x 665 mm); [i], 1-224; [i], 225-418; [i], 419-754; [i], 755-1058; [i], 1059-1350; small 8vo, uncut, printed wrappers. Cancelled library stamps.
€ 200
* Stafleu & Cowan 2269.
Hall, Herman Christiaan van
Neêrlands plantenschat, of landhuiskundige flora, behelzende een beschrijving der onkruiden, vergiftige en nuttige inlandsche planten en der in onzen landbouw gekweekte gewassen.
Leeuwarden, G.T.N. Suringar, 1854, pp. [iii*], iv, 333, 288 text-illustrations, large 8vo, later boards with mounted printed front wrapper.
€ 75
* Pritzel 3706; Stafleu & Cowan 2289.
Haller, Albrecht von
Historia stirpium indigenarum Helvetiae inchoata.
Bernae [Bern], Societatis Typographicae, 1768, 1. edition, 3 volumes: - 1, pp. [iv*], lxiv, 444, title-vignette, armorial vignette and plate 1-20 ; - 2, pp. [i], 323, plate 21-44 + 1 unnumbered plate (37b?), 2x plate 30 + plate 34 printed on 1 leaf; - 3, pp. [i], 204, plate 45-48; large folio (245 x 395 mm), bound in 2 volumes, full calf (rubbed and rebacked) with gilt-lettered labels. Slight browning in places and the last few leaves in both volumes marginally waterstained.
€ 4.300
Only edition of this beautiful classic Swiss flora, describing 2486 plant species. "Von Haller's botanical works are mainly floristic, almost exclusively dealing with Central Europe. His main works are an Enumeratio methodica stirpium Helvetiae indigenarum of 1742 and that great monument of plant description: the Historia stirpium indigenarum Helvetiae of 1768. … The Alps, with their immense variety of habitats, exhibited to this excellent observer the one conspicuous aspect of plant life which escaped Linnaeus: variability. … he draws the parallel between the altitudinal zonation of plants in the Alps and the zonation from north to south in the holarctic flora region. …" (Frans A. Stafleu: Linnaeus and the Linnaeans p. 247). The fine plates (some folding and often picturing several figures) are copper-engravings, mostly after C.J. Rollius and engraved by C.F. Fritzsch, G.D. Heumann, J. M. Seligmann and J. Stoerklin. Orchids are extensively discribed and illustrated.
provenance: Arthur Jacob bequest to R.C.S.I 1871; Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (library-stamps on title-pages).
* Pritzel 3725; Dunthorne 125; Nissen BBI 774; DSB VI p. 66; Stafleu & Cowan 2311; Johnston 488.
 

Hamilton, George H.
Plants of the Niagara parks system of Ontario. With keys and illustrations for identification.
Toronto, The Ryerson Press, 1943, pp. [xiii], 233, text-illustrations and colour-plates (photos), 4to, cloth. Signed by the author.
€ 35
Hannon, Joseph Desiré
Flore belge.
Bruxelles, A. Jamar, [1847-1849], 3 volumes, pp. 567, frontispieces and engraved text-illustrations, small 8vo, uncut, colour-decorated wrappers (spines slightly rubbed).
€ 100
This copy with continuous pagination. Each volume with 2 tinted frontispieces depicting botanists, etc.
* Jackson p. 271; Stafleu & Cowan 2370.
Hannon, Joseph Desiré: Flore belge.
Harms, Herman August Theodor (editor)
Angiospermae: Reihe Podostemonales. - Reihe Rosales, Unterreihe Saxifragineae.
Leipzig, Wilhelm Engelmann, 1930, pp. iii, 492, 212 text-illustrations, large 8vo, unopened, printed wrappers. Die natürlichen Pflanzenfamilien, 2. edition by Heinrich Gustav Adolf Engler & Karl Anton Eugen Prantl (editors), volume 18a.
€ 70
* Stafleu & Cowan 1711.
Harris, Thistle Y.
Wild flowers of Australia.
Sydney & London, Angus and Robertson, 1939, 1. edition, pp. xviii, 198, colour-frontispiece and 63 colour-plates (each with 3 or 4 flowers) by Adam Forster, 8vo, cloth, dust-jacket (front only). Nice copy.
€ 45
Hart, R.M. v.d.
Planten in de vrije natuur.
Amsterdam, Kosmos, etc. [ca. 1925], pp. 64, (8, adv.), 13 text-illustrations, small 8vo, decorated wrappers. Weten en kunnen.
€ 30
Hart, R.M. v.d.: Planten in de vrije natuur.
Hasskarl, Justus Karl
Retzia sive observationes botanicae, quas in primis in Horto Botanico Bogoriensi mensibus Februario ad Julium 1855. … Pugillus primus.
Batavia, Lange, 1855, pp. [iii], 252, 8vo, printed boards (spine carefully restored). Well preserved copy.
€ 320
The title Retzia was chosen because Retzius was Hasskarl’s cognomen as a member of the Leopoldina (Stafleu & Cowan). A Pugillus 2 was published in 1856, pp. [iii], 54.
provenance: Dedication to Teijsmann. Duplicate copy with stamps of Departement van Landbouw and Bibliotheek ‘s Lands Plantentuin, Buitenzorg.
* Pritzel 3845; Stafleu & Cowan 2469.
Hasskarl, Justus Karl: Retzia sive observationes botanicae, quas in primis in Horto Botanico Bogoriensi mensibus Februario ad Julium 1855. … Pugillus primus.
Hauman, Lucien & S. Balle
Catalogue des ptéridophytes et phanérogames de la flore belge. Énumération mise à jour et révisée au point de vue systématique et synonymique des espèces et de leur variétés.
Gembloux, J. Duculot, 1934, pp. 126, 8vo, cloth-backed boards with mounted front wrapper. Supplement to Bulletin de la Société royale de Botanique de Belgique.
€ 35
* Stafleu & Cowan 2481.
Hedberg, Olov
Features of afroalpine plant ecology. Avec un résumé en française.
Uppsala, Almqvist & Wiksell, 1964, pp. 144, colour-plate with 2 photos and 109 text-illustrations (including full-page map), 4to, illustrated cloth. Acta Phytogeographica Suecica.
€ 35
Hegi, Gustav
Alpenflora. Die verbreitesten Alpenpflanzen von Bayern, Österreich und der Schweiz.
München, C. Hanser, 1950, 9. edition, pp. 93, (1, adv.), text-illustrations and 250 colour-illustrations and 34 plain photo-illustrations on 40 plates, 8vo, limp cloth (slightly faded and rubbed).
€ 30
* Nissen BBI 841; Stafleu & Cowan, 2570, mention 25 editions of this attractive flora.
Hegi, Gustav
Illustrierte Flora von Mittel-Europa. Mit besondere Berücksichtigung von Deutschland, Oesterreich und der Schweiz. Zum Gebrauche in den Schulen und zum Selbstunterricht.
München, J.F. Lehman, 1906-1931, 1. edition, 7 volumes bound in 13, numerous text-illustrations and 280 plates, of which 253 are chromolithographed and the remainder plain, small 4to (190 x 264 mm), colour-illustrated and lettered cloth. Library stamps and spines partly a bit soiled, volume 4-1 uniform with cloth-backed boards (rebacked). Very well preserved set.
€ 1.100
Finely illustrated, extensive and important standard work. Nissen erroneously calls for 285 instead of 280 plates. In Germany Hegi’s monumental Illustrierte Flora von Mittel-Europa … is copiously and competently illustrated by E. Pfenninger and others (Blunt).
* Nissen BBI 840; Blunt p. 258; Stafleu & Cowan 2571.
Hegi, Gustav: Illustrierte Flora von Mittel-Europa. Mit besondere Berücksichtigung von Deutschland, Oesterreich und der Schweiz. Zum Gebrauche in den Schulen und zum Selbstunterricht.
Heil, Hans
Das Leben unserer Pflanzengesellschaften.
München, R. Oldenbourg, 1933, pp. 145, (1, adv.), 30 text-illustrations and 40 plates (incl. maps in colour), 8vo, cloth-backed boards.
€ 30
Hepburn, Ian
Flowers of the coast. With a chapter on coastal physiography by J.A. Steers.
London, Collins, 1972, 4. impression, pp. xiv, 236, (6, adv.), 14 text-illustrations and 60 photo-plates (17 in colour), 8vo, cloth, dust-jacket. The new naturalist. Fine copy.
€ 25
Hermann, Friedrich
Flora von Deutschland und Fennoskandinavien sowie von Island und Spitzbergen.
Leipzig, T.O. Weigel, 1912, 1. edition, pp. 524, 8vo, uncut, wrappers.
€ 60
* Stafleu & Cowan 2682.
Heukels, Hendrik
De flora van Nederland.
Leiden, E.J. Brill & Groningen, P. Noordhoff, 1909-1911, 3 volumes: 1, pp. xxxv, 629, 589 text-illustrations and folding map; 2, pp. xxiii, 695, 853 text-illustrations; 3, pp. xv, 511, 605 text-illustrations; large 8vo, marbled edges, embossed cloth with gilt-ruled and lettered spines (carefully rebacked preserving original back-strips). Lower margin of volumes 1 slightly dampstained. Cancelled library stamps. Well preserved set.
€ 175
* Stafleu & Cowan 2730.
Heukels, Hendrik: De flora van Nederland.
Heukels, Hendrik
De flora van Nederland.
Leiden, E.J. Brill & Groningen, P. Noordhoff, 1909-1911, 3 volumes: - 1, pp. xxxv, 629, 589 text-illustrations and folding map; - 2, pp. xxiii, 695, 853 text-illustrations; - 3, pp. xv, 511, 605 text-illustrations; large 8vo (153 x 238 mm), calf-backed bevelled cloth boards with gilt-ruled and lettered spines (worn and partly damaged). Library stamps.
€ 110
provenance: S.H. Koorders (ownership inscriptions and stamps).
* Stafleu & Cowan 2730.
  Heukels, Hendrik: De flora van Nederland.
Heukels, Hendrik
Geïllustreerde schoolflora voor Nederland.
Groningen, P. Noordhoff, 1909, 4. edition, pp. [viii], 823, (1, adv.), 1566 text-illustrations, 8vo, decorated cloth. Nice copy.
€ 30
* Stafleu & Cowan 2727.
Heukels, Hendrik & Wilhelm Hendrik Wachter
Geïllustreerde schoolflora voor Nederland.
Groningen, P. Noordhoff, 1942, 12. edition, pp. [iii], 892, 1022 text-illustrations, 8vo, cloth-backed decorated boards.
€ 25
* Stafleu & Cowan 2727.
Heukels, Hendrik, Wilhelm Hendrik Wachter & Simon Jan van Ooststroom
Geïllustreerde schoolflora voor Nederland.
Groningen & Batavia, P. Noordhoff, 1949, 13. edition, pp. [iv], 900, 1022 text-illustrations, 8vo, cloth-backed colour-illustrated boards. Well preserved copy.
€ 30
* Stafleu & Cowan 2727.
Heukels, Hendrik
Landbouwflora voor bouw- en weiland. Handleiding tot het bepalen van den naam van de gekweekte planten en van de in bouw- en weiland in het wild groeiende planten.
Amsterdam, W. Versluys, 1894, pp. [viii], 187, small 8vo, uncut, later wrappers with mounted printed wrappers.
€ 35
* Stafleu & Cowan 2726.
Heukels, Hendrik
Lijst van Nederlandsche, Hoogduitsche, Fransche en Engelsche namen van planten.
Leiden, E.J. Brill & Groningen, P. Noordhoff, 1910, pp. vii, 98, (2, adv.), large 8vo, lettered wrappers (repaired).
€ 50
* Stafleu & Cowan 2731.
Heukels, Hendrik
Nederlandsche plantennamen, voor algemeen gebruik gekozen door de Commissie voor Nederlandsche Plantennamen. Nederlandsche Natuurhistorische Vereeniging.
Epe, A. Hooiberg, (1906), pp. [iii], 79, 12mo, printed wrappers (small defects and slightly stained).
€ 30
The anonymous brochure has a preface signed by H. Heukels and H.W. Heinsius, of which the first was the actual author. Loosely inserted: Bijvoegsel bij Natura 167. Lijst van wijzigingen in de Nederlandsche plantennamen, [1907], pp. 4.
* Stafleu & Cowan 2728.
Heukels, Hendrik
Plantenatlas. Bevattende afbeeldingen van de in Nederland in het wild groeiende planten. Gerangschikt volgens de Schoolflora van Nederland.
Groningen, P. Noordhoff, 1925, 2. edition, pp. [iv], 404, numerous text-illustrations, 8vo, colour-decorated cloth.
€ 30
* Stafleu & Cowan 2732.
Heukels, Hendrik
Schoolflora voor Nederland.
Groningen, etc., P. Noordhoff, 1933, 18. edition, pp. [viii], 790, (1, adv.), small 8vo, decorated cloth. Fine copy.
€ 30
* Stafleu & Cowan 2727.
(Heukels, Hendrik)
Voorloopige lijst van Nederlandsche volksnamen van planten.
[n.p.], Nederlandsche Natuurhistorische Vereeniging, Januari 1904, pp. 95, large 8vo, printed wrappers (soiled, inscribed with the name of W. Beijerinck). Paper browned and brittle, due to its quality. Title-page with imperfections.
€ 75
Not in Stafleu & Cowan. Heukels as secretary of the new commission for plant names is probably the author of this extensive trial list.
(Heukels, Hendrik:) Voorloopige lijst van Nederlandsche volksnamen van planten.
Heurck, Henri van & J.I. de Beucker
Antwerpsche analytische flora inhoudende de beschrijving van alle planten, welke in de provincie Antwerpen, in de vrije natuer, groeijen of er algemeen gekweekt worden. Eerste deel (Ranunculaceae-Caprifoliaceae).
Antwerpen, Jos. van Ishoven, 1861, pp. xxxvi, 9-192, 8vo, uncut, lettered wrappers (soiled). All published and rare. Tiny library stamp on title-page.
€ 140
* Pritzel 4037; Stafleu & Cowan 15.909.
Heurck, Henri van & J.I. de Beucker: Antwerpsche analytische flora inhoudende de beschrijving van alle planten, welke in de provincie Antwerpen, in de vrije natuer, groeijen of er algemeen gekweekt worden. Eerste deel (Ranunculaceae-Caprifoliaceae).
Heywood, Vernon H. et al.
Catalogus plantarum vascularium Hispaniae.
Madrid, Instituto Botanico A.J. Cavanilles,1961, fasciculo I, pp. xviii, 62, 8vo (153 × 208 mm), printed wrappers. Cancelled library stamps.
€ 50
Höck, F.
Grundzüge der Pflanzengeographie. Unter Rücksichtnahme auf den Unterricht an höheren Lehranstalten.
Breslau, F. Hirt, 1897, pp. 189, (3, adv.), 50 wood-engraved text-illustrations (some full-page) and colour folding plate with maps on both sides, 8vo, cloth-backed boards with mounted front wrapper (library binding with stamps).
€ 45
Hoffmann, Carl
Pflanzen-Atlas nach dem Linné'schen System. 80 fein colorirten Tafeln mit mehr als 800 Abbildungen und erläuterndem Text.
Stuttgart, Jul. Hoffmann, 1881, 1. edition, pp. [i*], iv, 88, 1 plain plate and 79 plates with several hand-coloured figures, 4to (195 x 282 mm), embossed gilt-lettered cloth (slightly rubbed). Ownership stamps and a few paper repairs. Nice copy.
€ 165
* Nissen BBI 900; Stafleu & Cowan 2875.
Hoffmann, Julius & K. Giesenhagen
Dr. Jul. Hoffmann´s Alpenflora für Alpenwanderer und Pflanzenfreunde. Mit 283 farbigen Abbildungen auf 43 Tafeln meist nach Aquarellen von Hermann Friese.
Stuttgart, E. Schweizerbart, 1914, 2. edition by K. Giesenhagen, pp. 147, (1, adv.), 43 chromolithographed plates with several figures after Hermann Friese, 8vo, cloth with mounted colour-plate. Nice copy.
€ 50

Hoffmann, Julius & K. Giesenhagen: Dr. Jul. Hoffmann´s Alpenflora für Alpenwanderer und Pflanzenfreunde. Mit 283 farbigen Abbildungen auf 43 Tafeln meist nach Aquarellen von Hermann Friese.
Hoogenraad, H.R. & F.K. van Iterson
Flora van de omstreken van ‘s-Gravenhage.
‘s-Gravenhage, Martinus Nijhoff, 1906, pp. 195, small 8vo, limp cloth. Some annotations.
€ 25
Hoogenraad, H.R. & F.K. van Iterson
Flora van de omstreken van ‘s-Gravenhage.
‘s-Gravenhage, Martinus Nijhoff, 1906, pp. 195, small 8vo, limp cloth.
€ 30
Hooker, Joseph Dalton
Outlines of the distribution of arctic plants.
London, (1862), pp. 251-348, map in colour, 4to, later cloth. Offprint Transactions of the Linnean Society, volume 23.
€ 240
* Jackson p. xix (preface): But it was clearly impossible for me to include all magazine articles in this volume; […] however much I may regret to pass by in silence such important essays as Dr. (now Sir) J.D. Hooker’s Distribution of Arctic Plants, in the Linnean Society’s Transactions, …
Hooker, Joseph Dalton: Outlines of the distribution of arctic plants.
Hooker, Joseph Dalton
The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. discovery ships Erebus and Terror, in the years 1839-1843. Under command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross, …
(London, Reeve, 1844-1860), Weinheim, J. Cramer, 1963, 3 volumes, pp. xii, volume I. Flora Antarctica, part 1. Botany of Lord Auckland’s group and Campbell’s Island, [i], 208; part 2. Botany of Fuegia, The Falklands, Kerguelen’s land, etc., [iii], 209-574; volume II. Flora Novae-Zelandiae. Botany of New Zealand, part 1. Flowering plants, pp. [viii*], xxxix, 312; part 2. Flowerless plants, [iii], 378; volume III. Flora Tasmaniae. Botany of Tasmania, volume 1. Dicotyledones, pp. viii*, vii*, cxxviii, 18, 359, (1); volume 2. Monocotyledones and Acotyledones, [iv], 422; bound in 3 volumes, large 8vo [&] atlas-volume with title-page and plate 1-198, 107bis & 107ter (volume 1), 1-130 (volume 2) and 1-200 (volume 3) with title-page bound in 1 atlas-volume (240 x 338 mm), buckram. Plates 180-198 in volume 1 misbound between 157 and 158 (according to Stafleu & Cowan: (in some copies). Including 17 folding plates with double numeration. Fine copy of this rare and complete facsimile edition.
€ 1.200
This most important work deals with three botanical expeditions to the south. Joseph Hooker was Darwin’s most intimate friend and was involved in the crystallization of his evolutionary ideas from their first beginnings, revealed to Hooker in a famous letter in 1844. The first explicit acceptance of Darwinism by a leading scientist was in Hooker’s Flora Tasmaniae, published only a few months after the Origin. In an introductory essay Hooker discussed the facts of natural relationship and geographical distribution of plants which pointed to evolution by selection, and gave an account of Darwin’s views and of some problems and difficulties. Hooker’s candid, judicial treatment, and the seal of his approval, were powerful advocates for the new theory (Morton).
* Cf. Nissen BBI 908 & Great flower books p. 60; W.B. Turrill: Pioneer plant geography. The phytogeographical researches of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker; Stafleu & Cowan 2964; Morton, A.G.: History of botanical science p. 416.
Hooker, Joseph Dalton: The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. discovery ships Erebus and Terror, in the years 1839-1843. Under command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross, …
Hoola van Nooten, Berthe
Fleurs, fruits et feuillages choisis de la flore et pomone de l’ile de Java. Ouvrage dédié a sa majesté la reine de Hollande.
Bruxelles, É. Tarlier, 1863-1864, 1. edition, pp. [i, iii-vi, dedication and preface], 40 chromolithographed plates by the author, lithographed by G. Severeyns, each with a leaf of text, large folio (435 x 578 mm), half calf with gilt-lettered and ruled cloth, spine with raised bands and gilt decoration. An exceptional fine copy of the first edition in an attractive binding. Only the title-page with slight foxing.
€ 23.000
The forty large plates in … were printed in Belgium from Van Nooten's original sketches by P. Depannemaeker, using the new technique of chromolithography. … Van Nooten was clearly a more than competent artist, for the splendid tropical plants, with their lush foliage, vividly coloured flowers and exotic fruit, have been depicted with great skill. She managed to accentuate the splendour of each species by adopting a style that combined great precision and clarity with a touch of neo-Baroque exuberance, revelling in the rich forms and colours of the tropics. The reader's eye is immediately captured by the dark leaves, shown furled or crumpled or partly nibbled away by insects, the delicately rendered details of the follicles and seeds, and the heavy clusters of flowers that cascade down the page. The excellent reproduction of the artist's drawings in the form of chromolithographs lends an added tactility to these striking images (An Oak Spring flora). Text in English and French. The spectacular colour-plates are often finished by hand. They depict flowering trees, shrubs, decorative flowers and plants with edible fruits.
* Nissen BBI 931; Great flower books p. 60; Stafleu & Cowan 3025; Landwehr 79; An Oak Spring flora 87 (3. edition of 1880).
Hoola van Nooten, Berthe: Fleurs, fruits et feuillages choisis de la flore et pomone de l’ile de Java. Ouvrage dédié a sa majesté la reine de Hollande.
Horwood, A.R.
British wild flowers in their natural haunts. A new British flora. With sixty-four plates in colour representing 350 different plants from drawings by J.N. Fitch and many illustrations from photographs.
London, Gresham, 1919, 6 volumes, pp. ix, 244; xi, 243; xi, 215; xi, 257; xi, 234; xix, 232; nice colour-plates with captions on flimsies, folding maps in colour and text-illustrations, 4to, gilt-lettered cloth. Fine set.
€ 160
* Stafleu & Cowan II p. 337.
Horwood, A.R.: British wild flowers in their natural haunts. A new British flora. With sixty-four plates in colour representing 350 different plants from drawings by J.N. Fitch and many illustrations from photographs.
Hosie, R.
Botanical investigations in Batchawana Bay region, Lake Superior. With a catalogue of vascular plants by T.M.C. Taylor and a study of mammals by C.H.D. Clarke.
(Ottawa), National Museum of Canada, 1938, pp. v, 152, text-illustrations, large 8vo, gilt cloth of the King's College London, printed wrappers bound with. Library stamps. First leaves with light marginal stain.
€ 30
House, Homer D.
Wild flowers.
New York, Macmillan, 1961, pp. 362, 264 colour-photo plates (364 figures), text-illustrations (drawings and photos), 4to, decorated cloth, dust-jacket. Reissue of Wild flowers of New York, 1934. Fine copy.
€ 30
* Cf. Stafleu & Cowan 3076.
Houttuyn, Martinus
Natuurlyke historie of uitvoerige beschryving van dieren, planten en mineraalen, volgens het samenstel van den heer Linnaeus. Met naauwkeurige afbeeldingen. Tweede deel, zevende stuk. De kruiden.
Amsterdam, F. Houttuyn, 1777, pp. [vii], 832, 7 engraved folding plates, 8vo, uncut, richly decorated gilt half calf with sprinkled boards, spine with raised bands and gilt-lettered labels.
€ 150
The Natuurlyke historie is a Dutch version of Linnaeus Systema naturae, edition 12, 1767, enlarged and amended and with plates. The second part dealing with plants was issued in 14 stukken (fascicles). This 7. part deals with Monandria ... Pentandria.
* Soulsby 73; Nissen BBI 940; Landwehr 82; Stafleu & Cowan 3080.
Houttuyn, Martinus: Natuurlyke historie of uitvoerige beschryving van dieren, planten en mineraalen, volgens het samenstel van den heer Linnaeus. Met naauwkeurige afbeeldingen. Tweede deel, zevende stuk. De kruiden.
Hryniewiecki, Boleslaw
Tentamen florae lithuaniae.
Warszawa [Warsaw], Nakladem Towarzystwa Naukowego Warszawskiego, 1933, pp. xvi, 367, (1), text-illustrations and 2 folding maps, 8vo (168 ×242 mm), printed warppers. Archiwum Nauk Bilogicznych Towarzystwa Naukowego Warzawskieg.
€ 25
Hulme, Frederick Edward
Familiar wild flowers. Figured and described by …
London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, Cassell, [1877-1885], series 1-5, 5 volumes, 1. series, pp. xvi, 160, (16, adv.), 40 colour-plates; 2. series, pp. xv, 160, (16, adv.), 40 colour-plates; 3. series, pp. xv, 160, 40 colour-plates; 4. series, pp. xvi, 160, 40 colour-plates; 5. series, pp. xvi, 168 (including index for the 5 volumes), 40 colour-plates; wood-engraved initials and text-illustrations; 8vo, bound in 2 volumes, somewhat later calf-backed boards with gilt-lettered and decorated spines. Some pages stained in upper margin.
€ 225
A complete set. Four later volumes were not added until a new edition/issue was published. The plates in this first issue are much finer and printed on thicker and glossier paper.
* Nissen BBI 951; Blunt p. 238.
Hulme, Frederick Edward: Familiar wild flowers. Figured and described by …
Hulme, Mairn
Wild flowers of Natal.
Pietermaritzburg, Shuter & Shooter, (1954), pp. [119], 48 nice colour-plates (mostly with several flowers) after paintings by the author, 4to (220 x 281 mm), spiral-binding in cloth portfolio, dust-jacket. Fine copy.
€ 100
* SABLIT 294.
  Hulme, Mairn Wild flowers of Natal.
Husnot, Pierre Tranquille
Graminées. Descriptions, figures et usages des graminées spontanées et cultivées de France, Belgique, Iles Britanniques, Suisse.
Cahan, T. Husnot, 1896-1899, pp. viii, 92, 33 plates with numerous figures drawn and lithographed by the author, folio (255 x 315 mm), later plain cloth. Dedication tipped in.
€ 150
* Nissen BBI 957; Stafleu & Cowan 3155: [translated from the introduction] ... The English publish almost always coloured plates, because the whole world is included in their clientèle. In France, where only true naturalists buy, less costly black plates are preferable.
Hutchinson, John
A bouquet of wild flowers.
Watford, Bruce & Gawthorn, [1957], pp. xvii, 126, text-illustrations and 63 full-page illustrations in colour after paintings by Cynthia Abbott (frontispiece) and Hyacinth Abbott, large 8vo, artificial leather, dust-jacket.
€ 35
Hutchinson, John
Key to the families of flowering plants of the world. Revised and enlarged for use as a supplement to The genera of flowering plants.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1967, 1. edition, pp. [viii], 117, 8vo, cloth, dust-jacket.
€ 25
Hutchinson, John
The families of flowering plants. I. Dicotyledons. Arranged according to a new system based on their probable phylogeny. II. Monocotyledons ...
London, Macmillan, 1926-1934, 1. edition, 2 volumes, pp. xiv, 328, floral garland round dedication to George Bentham and Joseph Dalton Hooker, 264 text-illustrations; xiii, 243, 107 text-illustrations; 8vo, cloth. A few annotations/markings. Dedication. Nice copy.
€ 65
* Stafleu & Cowan 3163 & 3164.
Hutchinson, John & John McEwen Dalziel (editors)
Flora of West tropical Africa. The British West African territories, Liberia, the French and Portuguese territories south of lattitude 18° N. to Lake Chad, and Fernando Po.
London, Crown Agents ..., 1954-1963, 2. edition by R.W.J. Key & F.N. Hepper, volume I, part 1-2 & volume 2, pp. viii, 295, folding map and text-illustrations 1-112; [iv], 297-828, text-illustrations 113-201; xi, 544, folding map and text-illustrations 202a-314; 8vo, 3 volumes, printed wrappers. Without volume 3 and the supplement volume.
€ 90
* Stafleu & Cowan 3165.
Hutchinson, John & John McEwen Dalziel (editors)
Flora of West tropical Africa. The British West African territories, Liberia, the French and Portuguese territories south of lattitude 18° N. to Lake Chad, and Fernando Po.
London, The Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations, 1954-1958, 2. edition by R.W.J. Key, volume I, part 1-2, pp. viii, 295; [iv], 297-828; folding map and text-illustrations 1-201; 8vo (153 × 246 mm), 2 volumes, printed wrappers. Some repairs and cancelled library stamps.
€ 45
* Stafleu & Cowan 3165.
Hutchinson, John & John McEwen Dalziel (editors)
Flora of West tropical Africa. The British West African territories, Liberia, the French and Portuguese territories south of lattitude 18° N. to Lake Chad, and Fernando Po.
London, The Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations, 1972, 2. edition by F.N. Hepper, volume 3, part 2, pp. [vi], 277-574; plate 406-462; 8vo (153 × 247 mm), printed wrappers. Cancelled library stamps.
€ 25
* Stafleu & Cowan 3165.
Hutchinson, John & John McEwen Dalziel (editors)
Flora of West tropical Africa. The British West African territories, Liberia, the French and Portuguese territories south of lattitude 18° N. to Lake Chad, and Fernando Po.
London, The Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations, 1968-1972, 2. edition by F.N. Hepper, volume 3, part 1-2, pp. vi, 276; [vi], 277-574; plate 315-462; 8vo (153 × 239 mm), printed wrappers bound with, red buckram (spine neatly repaired). Cancelled library stamps.
€ 50
* Stafleu & Cowan 3165.
Hutchinson, John & John McEwen Dalziel (editors)
Flora of West tropical Africa. The British West African territories, Liberia, the French and Portuguese territories south of lattitude 18° N. to Lake Chad, and Fernando Po.
London, The Crown Agents for Oversea Governments and Administrations, 1963, 2. edition by F.N. Hepper, volume 2, pp. xi, 544, folding map and text-illustrations 202a-314, 8vo (150 × 242 mm), red buckram. Library stamps.
€ 35
* Stafleu & Cowan 3165.
Hylander, Clarence J.
The Macmillan wild flower book.
New York, Macmillan, 1954, 1. impression, pp. xvi, 480, 4 text-illustrations and 232 full-page colour-illustrations after paintings by Edith Farrington Johnston, 4to, cloth, dust-jacket. Mint condition.
€ 100
Hylander, Clarence J. The Macmillan wild flower book.
Hylander, Nils
Nordisk kärlväxtflora omfattande Sveriges, Norges, Danmarks, Östfennoskandias, islands och Färöarnas kärlkryptogamer och fanerogamer. II.
Stockholm, Almqvist & Wiksell, 1966, pp. xi, 456, a few text-illustrations and map, 8vo, cloth, dust-jacket.
€ 40