Publisher's green cloth with gilt titles to spine in unclipped pictorial dust-jacket with cover design by Robert Gillmor. Number 77 in the New Naturalist series and one of the "Golden 13" most sought-after titles. Scarce, particularly in this condition. Published by London Collins About this Item: London Collins, Hardcover with dustjacket,First Edition , pages.
A comprehensive examination of the structure of the soil together with a review of the animals and plants that exploit this environment illustrated with maps diagrams and photographs. One of the two scarcer books in the New Naturalist series Complete with a Robert Gillmor dustjacket dustjacket. Fine in a Fine dustjacket Please note, We have added a new replacement dustjacket supplied by Collins to this volume.
Seashore (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book 94)
The original dustjacket with faded spine is still fitted for authenticity. No inscriptions and not price clipped. Fine in a Fine dustjacket No inscriptions and not price clipped. Rear panel of jacket has very slight yellowing to white. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First edition. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Boards clean and bright. Foxing to top edge of text block else contents fine. Pictorial dustwrapper is faded to spine as is usual for this series. Packaged with care and promptly dispatched!.
Condition: Used: Like New. As new hardcover in bright and unclipped dust jacket. Spine not faded.
First edition of Number 77 in the New Naturalist Library, on of the scarcer titles. Seller Inventory NN Fine copy in fine unclipped dust wrapper. A lovely copy with no fading. Seller Inventory JN Published by Harper Collins, London About this Item: Harper Collins, London, Book appears unread. Seller Inventory NAT Not price clipped. Dust Jacket Included.
Fine hardback in fine dw. Davis, B. Published by Collins, London About this Item: Collins, London, Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. A near fine copy of the first and only hardback edition, pp.
Dust jacket near fine, but for some fading to the spine, not price-clipped, now protected in a clear removable archival sleeve. Green Buckram boards fine.
Soil | Megabooks SK
Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions, appears unread. A fine copy in a near fine dust jacket.
Cloth, Hardcover. Illustrated in colour and black and white. Nominal fade to dustjacket spine. Size: xmm.
Dust jacket near fine, but for a little fading to the spine, not price-clipped, now protected in a clear removable archival sleeve. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. A fine unfaded copy of the first and only hardback edition, pp. Dust jacket fine, not price-clipped, now protected in a clear removable archival sleeve. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions, unread.
Angus Lunn. Brian Spooner mycologist and Peter Roberts. Ron Porley and Nick Hodgetts. Ted Benton. Jonathan Mullard. Rosemary Parslow. Peter Bircham. George Peterken.
The Soil (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book 77)
Philip Corbet and Stephen Brooks. Adam Watson and Robert Moss naturalist. Peter Friend. Ian Mercer naturalist. David Elliston Allen. Timothy J. John Kington. David V. Margaret Redfern. Andrew Allott. Michael Proctor botanist. David Cabot and Ian Nisbet. Mike Toms. David Goode. Clive A. Stace and Michael J.
1992 THE NEW NATURALIST LIBRARY THE SOIL NUMBER 77 DUST WRAPPER 1ST EDITION
John Lee. Peter Hayward. Richard Sale. Robert Cameron. Richard Jones. Pat Morris. Ernest Neal biologist. Stuart Smith. Desmond Nethersole-Thompson.
Miriam Rothschild and Theresa Clay. Kenneth M. Smith and Roy Markham. Frank A. Monica Shorten. Harry V. Thompson and Alastair N. London Natural History Society. Hamilton and Mike Majerus. Its aim was to cover "in greater detail Volume 82 of the main series, The New Naturalists ,  described the series to date, with authors' biographies and a guide to collecting the books. Being a numbered series, with a very low print run for some volumes, the books are highly collectable. Second-hand copies of the rarer volumes, in good condition, can command high prices.
The th volume, Woodlands by Oliver Rackham was published in Woodlands volume was also published in as a " leatherbound " edition, limited to copies. In fact it was fake leather. The fake leather edition of Dragonflies volume was initially limited to copies, which was subsequently limited to , and finally to According to the New Naturalist website [ citation needed ] only were actually sold and the remaining unsold stock is being kept secure at HarperCollins's offices.