Novitates Zoologicae. A Journal of Zoology in Connection with the Tring Museum. Vols. I-III. London and Aylesbury: Hazell, Watson, & Viney, 1894-1896. vii, , 723, , 15 plates (13 colour, 1 b/w, 1 photograph); vii, 542, 10 plates (9 colour, 1 b/w, inc. Plate II from vol. III); vii, , 631, 22 plates (7 colour, 14 b/w, missing plate XIII, plate II present but in vol. II). 4to. Ex library with usual markings. Publisher’s red cloth binding with gilt lettering to spines. Spines sunned, bindings bumped and rubbed but still sturdy, library shelfmark in white pen to heels, pages bright and only slightly browned, plates in excellent condition, almost all tissue guards present. Extremely rare set of the first three volumes of Novitates Zoology, a richly produced journal issued by the Zoological Museum in Tring (Hertfordshire), that ran from 1894 to 1948 when it is was succeeded by the Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Zoology series.
Rothschild, Walter, Ernst Hartert and K. Jordan (eds.), Novitates Zoologicae. A Journal of Zoology in Connection with the Tring Museum, Hazell, Watson, & Viney, 1894
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