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Exotic mineralogy, or, Coloured figures of foreign minerals

Sowerby, James

Exotic mineralogy, or, Coloured figures of foreign minerals

as a supplement to British mineralogy

by Sowerby, James

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Published by Printed by Benjamin Meredith, and sold by the author, J. Sowerby; White and Co.; Sherwood and Co.; and by all booksellers in town and country in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Precious stones,
  • Mineralogy

  • Edition Notes

    Plate 73 wanting.

    Statementby James Sowerby
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25592264M
    OCLC/WorldCa9226719


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69and facing p. 69 P. Johnson and W. Lampadius, J. Prakt. James Sowerby (n martieLondra – d. 25 octombrieLambeth, Londra) a fost un naturalist, botanist, micolog, mineralog, zoolog, dar in primul rând un faimos gravor, pictor și ilustrator erea numelui său în cărți științifice este SowerbyDecedat: 25 octombrie (65 de ani), Lambeth, Londra.

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