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Lot 98

Etienne Alexandre Arnould LOCARD (1841-1904).

[Seven malacological works by Locard, mostly off-prints, two signed].

Lot 99

Joseph Charles Hippolyte CROSSE (1826-1898), C.S. RAFINESQUE, & others.

[BIBLIOGRAPHY. - A collection of 16 works, the majority bibliographies or check-lists of the works of well-known malacologists]

mostly off-prints, but including three sale catalogues (2 of shells).

Lot 101

Timothy Abbott CONRAD (1803-1877) & William Healey DALL (1845-1927).

[A small collection of works by or on Conrad].

Lot 102

D.F. ESCHRICHT, W.L. von RAPP, F.J.A.N. UNGER, S. CLESSIN and others.

[A collection of 16 malacological works, off-prints or extracts, most in German, published in Germany, Austria or Switzerland].

Lot 103

J.A.J COLBEAU, J.P. de GRATELOUP and others.

[A collection of malacological works, most in French, most monographs on individual species or families, most 19th-century]

Lot 104

DE J. C. CHENU

[PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED] Manuel de Conchyliologie et de Paleontologie Conchylioliogique 2 vol.

1859 French language classic with occasional color illustrations

Lot 105

Johan KOREN & D.C. DANIELSSEN, J. FRIELE, J. STEENSTRUP, O. MOERSCH & others.

[SANDINAVIA & GREENLAND. – a collection of 32 malacological works, mostly off-prints or extracts, most in Danish].

Lot 106

J.C. COX, E.A. SMITH, D.J. ADCOCK, W.H. WEBSTER & others.

[AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND. - a collection of 38 malacological works, mostly off-prints or extracts, in 35 volumes.]

Some inscribed by their authors.

Lot 108

G.B. SOWERBY, J.M. BRAGA, M.W.K CONNOLLY, W.E. COLLINGE and others.

[A collection of 15 malacological works, off-prints or extracts in 12 volumes]

the majority of African interest but including a small group by G.W. Sowerby on subjects other than African Mollusca.

Lot 109

Albert Arthur Alexandre GIRARD (1860-1914).

[Two-parts in one:] Revision des Cephlapodes du Museum de Lisbonne.

Presentation copy, including one of the earlier photographs of a squid: the Lesser Flying Squid ('Todaropsis eblanae').

Lot 110

Louis de FOLIN & L. PERIER, E. LAMY and others.

[FRANCE & SWITZERLAND. – malacological works in French, 20 works in 14 volumes, the majority signed, mostly off-prints].

Lot 111

Robert John Lechmere GUPPY, P. BIOLLEY, C.T. RAMSDEN and others.

[WEST INDIES and the CARIBBEAN. – a collection of 19 malacological works, in 16 volumes, some signed, most off-prints].

Lot 112

W.A. LINDHOLM , A.v. NORDMANN, A.T.v. MIDDENDORF and others.

[RUSSIA & EASTERN EUROPE. – a collection of 28 works, mostly off-prints or extracts, in 27 volumes. Some signed.]

Lot 114

F. DUMONT & G. MORTILLET, M.C. FRIDRICI, D. DUPUY, A. NOBRE and others.

[EUROPE, in French. – 45 malacological works, mostly extracts or off-prints, in 31 volumes, a few inscribed by their authors.]

Lot 117

Henri DROUET, J.B. GASSIES, E. BAICHERE and others.

[A collection, in French, of 87 malacological works, various authors in 69 volumes].

Lot 118

C. A. KOFOID, A.D. MEAD, N.H. ODHNER, W.E. COLLINGE and others.

[A collection of 81 malacological works in 69 volumes, mostly off-prints or extracts, a few inscribed by their authors].

Lot 119

H.R. SIMROTH, W. KOBELT, A. SLAVIK, A. von NORDMANN, W. KOBELT, and others.

[GERMAN. - a collection of 85 malacological works in German in 82 vols, mostly off-prints or extracts, wide variety of subjects]

Includes a group of works by Heinrich Simroth

Lot 120

A.R. CARCELLES, J. ZETEK, A. MORENO and others.

[SPANISH, South America. - a collection of 34 malacological works in 30 volumes, mostly off-prints or extracts,]

Most in Spanish, relating to South and Central America, some inscribed.

Lot 121

MALACOLOGY.

Approximately 1000 works, mostly off-prints or extracts, mostly in English, mostly 20th century.

Lot 122

Charles DARWIN (1809-1882) & Edward Sylvester MORSE (1838-1925)

[JAPAN. - two rare off-prints concerning the Omori Shell Mounds]

The first work includes a letter by Darwin in support of Morse.

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