Americana, Travel and Natural History

21 Oct 2020, starting at 10:00 EDT .

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KNORR, GEORG WOLFGANG. 1705-1761. Les delices des yeux et de l'esprit, ou collection Generale des differentes especes de coquillages que la mer renferme. Nuremburg: 1764-1773.

SOWERBY, GEORGE BRETTINGHAM. 1788-1854. The Genera of Recent and Fossil Shells, for the use of Students in Conchology and Geology. London: Sowerby, 1820-1825.

DEZAILLER D'ARGENVILLE, ANTOINE JOSEPH. 1680-1765. L'Histoire naturelle ... La Conchyliologie qui traite des coquillages de mer.... Paris: de Bure, 1757.

DEZAILLER D'ARGENVILLE, ANTOINE JOSEPH. 1680-1765. L'Histoire naturelle eclaircie dans deux de ses parties principales. La Lithologie et la conchyliologie. Paris: de Bure, 1742.

BORN, IGNAZ VON. 1742-91. Testacea musei Caesarei Vindobonensis. Vienna: Gerold for Johann P. Kraus, 1780.

SCHEDEL, HARTMANN. 1440-1514. Secunda etas mundi. [Nuremberg: 1493.]

Torniello, Augustino. 1543-1622. Situs Partium Praecipuarum Totius Orbis Terrarum. [Milan: 1609.]

SCHROETER, JOHANN SAMUEL. 1735-1808. Die Geschichte der Flussconchylien mit vorzuglicher Ruecksicht auf diejenigen welche in den thuringischen Wassern leben. Halle: Johann Jacob Gebauer, 1779.

UNLOCATED EARLY AMERICAN JUVENILE IMPRINT. BURTON, ROBERT. [PSEUD. NATHANIEL CROUCH. c.1632-c.1675]. Youth's Divine Pastime. In Two Parts. Part I. New-York: Printed and sold by W. Durell, at No 19 Queen Street, 179[2].

DU HALDE, JEAN BAPTISTE. 1674-1743. A Description of the Empire of China and Chinese-Tartary, together with the Kingdoms of Korea and Tibet. London: T. Gardner for Edward Cave, 1738-1741.

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