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Book Description

Mr Edlin's book is by no means confined to problems of afforestation and the supply of timber. He deals in detail with all our important trees and shrubs, both native and introduced, against the background of their natural environment; and also has much to say about their uses and about the woodland crafts - many of them dying out - that have been handed down from the past/
Dealer Notes
First Edition; Gilt titles spine; illustrated by 27 colour photographs, 30 b/w photographs & 2 line drawings; Dust Jacket un-clipped (Dust Jacket is fully intact, but has small holes or chips down flap edges and other signs of wear to top and bottom edges, corners etc. now in archive acetate film protection); Includes appendices, bibliography & index.
Author Edlin, Herbert L.
Date 1956
Binding Hardcover (Original Green Cloth)
Publisher Collins; London
Condition Very Good Condition in a fair dustjacket
Pages xv + 272

Price: £40.00

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