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Popular Scientific Recreations

Translated from Gaston Tissandier's " Les Recreations Scientifiques"
Publisher: Ward, Lock, London. Undated c 1890 New and enlarged edition.; 884 pps. which includes a 114 page supplement in this new edition. An absolute cornucopia of science in the nineteenth century. Nearly nine hundred engravings illustrating "pleasing experiments and attractive pastimes" Green decorated cloth and spine which is a little dulled. Some wear o/wise good 250mmh 180mm w  Weight 2.5kg packed
$150   Bookfinder $220+

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Wandering Lands and Animals
Publish Hutchinson London1974.; pages xiii,323, index; fully illustrated with b/w photos and line drawings; hardcover; d/j torn slightly back and front, Distinguished vertebrate paleontologist Edwin Colbert writes about continental drift, includes: Gondwanaland, Laurasia, Pangaea, ancient continents and tetrapods, the triassic transition, breakup of the ancient world, continents and giant dinosaurs, mammals and bridges, the great iceage
$9    Bookfinder $12+


Human Behaviour

 Lillian Eichler

The Customs of Mankind
With Notes on Modern Etiquette and the Newest Trend in Entertainment
Nelson Doubleday New York
1925 HB no dj 753 pp  210mmx140x1.1kg sligh foxing inside but overall clean and firm book.
Many illustrations from photographs, pen and ink and colour drawings. An analysis of the customs which were observed at the time of writing, and a tracing back to their roots. This book not only tells you what you do, but why you do it. With notes on modern etiquette and entertainment. Many illustrations from photographs, and from pen-and-ink drawings by Phillipps Ward.
Bookfinder  $27 Australia
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Raymond Firth

Human Types
1962 pb 4th printing 176 pages 180 x 110 wt 100gms. covers creased but clean inside bw photos.




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