Reichenbachia

orchids illustrated and described by Sander, F.

Publisher: F. Sander, Publisher: R.B. Young in St. Albans [England], N.Y. [i.e. New York]

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Statementby F. Sander with the assistance of scietific authority
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"Reichenbachia", Orchids illustrated and described. H. Sotheran & Co., London, () volume I () volume II () volume I (second series) () volume II (second series) () Volume I (). Buy Reichenbachia: Orchids illustrated and described, by Sander, F (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : F Sander. Reichenbachia. Orchids Illustrated and Described, 3 vol. only (of 4, lacking vol. 1 of Second Series), Imperial Edition, NUMBER 27 OF signed sets, mounted chromolithographed plates (some finished by hand), some tissue-guards adhering to plates, some mounts damaged at edges, occasional library stamps, first two volumes in contemporary half morocco, final volume in publisher's part. The white-with-colored-lip form ofCattleya mossiae became so famous that Sander felt he had to include a picture of it in his magnificent orchid book, Reichenbachia, in ( Vol 2 series 2) where he said the flower“ still remains one of nature’s rarities.”.

Over the years, the library has received many valuable gifts from generous donors. Among them are the Shakespeare Fourth Folio, The Dove’s Bible, Joyce’s Ulysses, and the limited edition of Mary Baker Eddy’s Science and Health. Other books, like Sander’s Reichenbachia and Sharpe’s Paradiseidae, were bought for the reference collections. Reichenbachia?orchids illustrated and F. Sander with the assistance of scietific authority. Volume v. 1: : Sander F.: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa blanda. Orchids Illustrated & Described. Reichenbachia, a native of Ghent and founder of Messes Sanders of St. Albans, a large nursery firm, intended in this work to illustrate all classes of orchids, drawn life sized and “colored by lithography, or hand painted when found expedient.” He employed as many as 20 orchid collectors in the field, in diverse locations such as Brazil, Columbia, Peru. Dimitar Bechev (): Three genera of Mycetophilidae new to the fauna of Sumatra and Java, with description of Zygomyia poly spina spec. nov. (Insecta: Diptera) – Reichenbachia – -

  by F. Sander (Henry Frederick Conrad Sander, German, ), St. Albans: F. Sander & Co. Orchid Growers and Importers, printed by London: J. French, printer, , four volumes, all bound in three quarter leather over marbled boards, with marbled endpapers with four small book dealer stickers (Maruzen Tokyo), with five raised bands, and morocco spine labels,ÿ . by F. Sander (Henry Frederick Conrad Sander, German, ), St. Albans: F. Sander & Co. Orchid Growers and Importers, printed by London: J. French, printer, , four volumes, all bound in three quarter leather over marbled boards, with marbled endpapers with four small book dealer stickers (Maruzen Tokyo), with five raised bands, and morocco spine labels,ÿ exceptionally fine.

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Reichenbachia Found in the United States West of the Continental Divide (Coleoptera: Pselaphidae). [Univ. of Calif. Publications in Entomology, Vol.

47] by Grigarick, Albert A. & Robert O. Schuster and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Reichenbachia: Orchids Illustrated and Described is a four-volume 19th-century text created by German-born orchidologist Frederick Sander which features life-size illustrations and descriptions of nearly two hundred orchids with text in Reichenbachia book, French, and in honor of the renowned German orchidologist Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach, Reichenbachia was a collaboration between Sander.

Reichenbachia Found in the United States West of the Continental Divide (Coleoptera: Pselaphidae) (Entomology Volume 47) by Grigarick, Albert A.; Schuster, Robert O.

and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Reichenbachia is a genus of flowering plants belonging to the family Nyctaginaceae, the family that also includes Bougainvillea. The genus contains the species Reichenbachia hirsuta Spreng.

References This Caryophyllales article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding Family: Nyctaginaceae. Download BibTeX citations. @book{bhl, title = {[Reichenbachia]: [orchids illustrated and described]. }, copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is Book Edition: [Ser.

Title. Reichenbachia:Orchids illustrated and described / By. Sander, F. Type. Book Material. Published material. A year-old bound set of life-size orchid paintings, Reichenbachia by Frederick Sander will be offered on Auction # Altogether orchid species are reproduced by chromolithography from original paintings by Henry G Moon with pages of accompanying descriptive text (in English, French and German) and line drawings.

According to McTigue, this work by Harvard University professor Bigelow () was the first American book to be published with the plates printed in color." The poisonous Datura Stamonium is the first plant illustrated in the book.

It is probably given pride of place in a American herbal because in a group of Royalist soldiers sent. first Reichenbachia book, [first series] volumes 1 and 2 in original 24 parts (complete), second series vol.1 parts and only, folio ( x mm.), chromolithographed plates, plain illustrations in text, original printed wrappers, housed in 3 cloth-backed portfolios, a very few plates with minimal adhesion (as often - eg.

2, 5 and 85), text leaf p (p vol.2) somewhat dust-soiled. Cypridedium Argus. Author REICHENBACHIA) Sander, H.F.C. Moon, H.G. (signed in plate); on stone Reichenbachia book Gustav Leutzsch Book condition Used Place of Publication London.

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Henry Frederick Conrad Sander (). Reichenbachia, Orchids illustrated and described. London: J. French for Henry Sotheran & Co and F. Sander & Co. of St. Albans, [][]. 2 series in 4 volumes, 2° ( x mm). First series mounted on guards throughout. History of Reichenbachia back This was the title given to the orchid book which was to be the "Rolls Royce" of books, in dedication to the author's friend and fellow countryman, HEINRICH GUSTAV REICHENBACH, who was the foremost taxonomist/botanist of his era.

This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning : Sander F.

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Apple. Android. Windows Phone Author: H.G. (signed in plate); on stone by Gustav Leutzsch. REICHENBACHIA) Sander, H.F.C. Moon. Henry Moon's "most celebrated illustrations were made for Frederick Sander's great orchid book Reichenbachia." (B.

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OCLC Number: Language Note: Text in English, French and German. Notes: Text in English, French and German. A 2d series was issued, Frederick Sander’s Reichenbachia, Orchids Illustrated & Described. We are very pleased to present plates from Frederick Sander’s Reichenbachia, Orchids Illustrated & Described (), a work of chromolithograhed plates, some finished by hand.

This work is considered by many to be the pinnacle of all the orchid publications of the. - Plates from Frederick Sander’s Reichenbachia, Orchids Illustrated & Described (), a work of chromolithographed plates, some finished by hand. This work is considered by many to be the pinnacle of all the orchid publications of the period.

It was named after Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach (), a prominent botanist, ornithologist & orchid fancier.8 pins. SANDER, Henry Frederick Conrad (). Reichenbachia, Orchids illustrated and described. London: J.

French for Henry Sotheran & Co and F. Sander & Co. of St. Albans,Second series (only, of 2) in 2 volumes, 2° ( x mm). Sander's Reichenbachia Orchid Prints We are very pleased to present plates from Frederick Sander’s Reichenbachia, Orchids Illustrated & Described (), a work of chromolithograhed plates, some finished by hand.

This work is considered by many to be the pinnacle of all the orchid publications of the period. Reichenbachia: Orchids illustrated and described / by F. Sander, with the assistance of scientific authority Item Preview remove-circle This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

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The Vanished Monarch. A visit to the gardens at Manley Hall was a wonderful experience. Forty-four greenhouses traveled the spectrum of the whole plant kingdom — with winding walks and waterfalls as in a rich tropical valley of ferns, or stepping stones for walkways that connected a wonderland of artificial lakes filled with aquatic plants.

London. Chromolithograph, image size approx 18 x 13 inches, sheet size 20 1/2 x 15 1/2 inches. 1/2 inch tear to left upper edge (outside image area). Very good condition. This is plate 8 from Sander's "Reichenbachia, Orchids Illus.

Unsigned, untitled, and unnumbered chromolithographic proof impressions of six orchid watercolor drawings, previously unpublished and probably destined for a 3rd series of Frederick Sander's Reichenbachia: orchids illustrated and described, the first two series of which were published in and Brunk Auctions Inc.

by F. Sander (Henry Frederick Conrad Sander, German, ), St. Albans: F. Sander & Co. Orchid Growers and Importers, printed by London: J. French, printer,four volumes, all bound in three quarter leather over marbled boards, with marbled endpapers with four small book dealer stickers (Maruzen Tokyo), with five raised bands, and morocco spine labels, MLA Format.

General Research Division, The New York Public Library. "Reichenbachia. Orchids illustrated and described, by F. Sander. [Ser. 1], Vol. I.". Browse TODAY's SELECTED Reichenbachia Lithograph for SALE, BEST OFFER and Auction; plus Expert Reichenbachia Lithograph Appraisal/Valuation, FREE sales advice and brokerage services, a FREE price/value guide, sale prices, values, wish list and more - FIND + Specialist categories | Bath Antiques Online - Buy, Sell & Value!.

Henry Frederick Conrad Sander (Heinrich Friedrich Conrad Sander; 4 March in Bremen – 23 December in Bruges) was a German-born orchidologist and nurseryman who settled in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England and is noted for his monthly publication on orchids, Reichenbachia, named in honour of Heinrich Gustav Reichenbach of Hamburg, the great orchidologist.The Frederick Sander & Henry Moon exhibition panels We have recently restored the family plot of Frederick Sander and Henry Moon as part of the 'adopt-a-grave' scheme at Hatfield Road Cemetery.

You will probably know that Sander was a world leader in orchids – discovering new varieties and developing the difficult science of hybridisation during.These are 's era natural history illustrations. Digitally restored and professionally printed.

"Reichenbachia: Orchids Illustrated and Described is a four-volume 19th-century text created by German-born orchidologist Frederick Sander which features life-size illustrations and descriptions of nearly two hundred orchids with text in English, French, and German.