Apfel und Birnen by Goethe, R., H. Degenkolb und R. Mertens


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Aepfel und Birnen. Die wichtigsten deutschen Kernobstsorten. by Goethe, R., H. Degenkolb und R. Mertens.


  • Hardcover: 104 chromolithographed plates
  • Binding: half canvas
  • Language: German, Slovene
  • Publish Date: 1894
  • Publisher: Berlin, Paul Parey
  • Shipping Weight: 1560 g
  • Condition: Good
  • Dimensions: 25,5 x 18 cm

Edited by the Department of Fruit and Wine of the German Agricultural Society. 26 x 18 cm. 2 sheets, 104 chromolithographed plates, each with 1 sheet of text, 13 pages closing words, 3 sheets. 53 varieties of apples and 51 types of pears are described and illustrated botanically and agriculturally by Rudolf Goethe, the director of Kgl. Prussian Institute for Viticulture, Horticulture and Horticulture in Geisenheim and its co-workers H. Degenkolb and R. Mertens. The very beautiful colored plates (in bright coloring) by Walter Müller each show the whole fruit with branch and leaves as well as a cross-section. – Pomology, I am happy to send you on request a picture of the book (s). A picture of this book is available on request by email. 1600 g. The decorative cover slightly rubbed and stained, inside clean and good, overall good and complete copy. Illustrated orig. Half lead ribbon with spine gilt.

Additional information

Weight 1560 g
Dimensions 18 × 25.5 cm

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