Lot 196 of 522:
Report on the Geology and Mineralogy of New Hampshire  

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Final Report on the Geology and Mineralogy of the State of New Hampshire; With Contributions Towards the Improvement of Agriculture and Metallurgy

Jackson, Charles T.

Concord, NH

Carroll & Baker, State Printers



viii, 376 pp. With 7 duotone lithographed plates of views; 1 hand-colored lithographed plate of seeds; 2 hand-colored folding sections; folding geological map. 28x22 cm (11x8¾") period calf-backed marbled boards, gilt spine. First Edition.

Important report on the geology of New Hampshire, especially noteworthy for the series of lithographed views. With bookplates of the Atkinson Academy Library.

Lot Amendments

Good amount of wear and rubbing to boards, edges worn, spine strip starting to peel at head; scattered foxing affecting some plates, folding plates with creasing, a few minor tears; good.

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