By: Frederick G Meyer, Emily Emmart Trueblood and John L Heller
1864 pages, 100 col plates, b/w illus
This first ever facsimile reproduces the Latin edition of 1542, with its 511 woodcuts, boxed together with a volume of detailed and illustrated commentary. `A folio of breathtaking splendor.' The Illustrated Herbal
'A folio of breathtaking splendor.'The Illustrated Herbal
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