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Image for The Savage World: A Complete Natural History of the World’s Creatures, Fishes, Reptiles, Insects, Birds and Mammals. Founded Upon the Theory of the Progression of Species, and in Accordance with Genetic Revelation, Scriptural Truths, and the Harmony of Nature. With Introduction Describing the Geological Ages, Changes in the Earth’s Crusts, Fossil Remains of Extinct Animals, and Monsters of the Ancient Seas. Replete with Anecdote, Incident and Adventure, Illustrative of the Habits of the Animals Described. Abounding with Thrilling Experiences, Wonderful Discovers, Exciting Episodes and Descriptions of the Marvellous Curiosities of Nature in All Parts of the Globe

The Savage World: A Complete Natural History of the World’s Creatures, Fishes, Reptiles, Insects, Birds and Mammals. Founded Upon the Theory of the Progression of Species, and in Accordance with Genetic Revelation, Scriptural Truths, and the Harmony of Nature. With Introduction Describing the Geological Ages, Changes in the Earth’s Crusts, Fossil Remains of Extinct Animals, and Monsters of the Ancient Seas. Replete with Anecdote, Incident and Adventure, Illustrative of the Habits of the Animals Described. Abounding with Thrilling Experiences, Wonderful Discovers, Exciting Episodes and Descriptions of the Marvellous Curiosities of Nature in All Parts of the Globe

By: Buel, J.W.

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, PA/St. Louis, MO, Historical Publishing Company: 1889

Seller ID: 3062

Condition: Good


Light green cloth with full-panel cover and spine decorations in black, silver, and gold, illus. endpapers, 21 by 27 cm, color frontis, 722 pp., “embellished with over 1500 elegant engravings, illustrating the animals of the Earth in their natural condition, and [2] magnificent colored plates.” Light rubbing to the boards, with scratches and light stains; wear at the corners and softening and small tears at the head and tail of the spine. The front and rear hinges are cracked, but intact; the ffep has small chips and tears, and the rear free endpaper is detached. The leaves are heavily ... View more info