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Martini Lister, De cochleis :; tam terrestribus, quam fluviatilibus, exoticis, seu, quae non omnino in Anglia inveniantur.
- Martini Lister, De cochleis : tam terrestribus, quam fluviatilibus, exoticis, seu, quae non omnino in Anglia inveniantur.
- Martin Lister devoted his life to the compilation of the first organized, systematic publication on shells, creating a work that represented a landmark in the way scientists thought about natural history. In its final edition, the work was illustrated with 1062 plates of shells, the work of Lister's two daughters, Anna and Susanna.
- Peachey Collection copy presented to the Penn Libraries in 2015 by Lee Peachey.; Peachey Collection copy has Liber 2-4 only, bound in one volume.; Peachey Collection copy annotated in manuscript by the author.
- 3 volumes in 1 ( leaves of plates) : chiefly illustrated; 36 cm (fol.)
- (OCoLC)ocm16965711; (OCoLC)16965711; (PU)6853745-penndb-Voyager
- Londini : Aere incisi, sumptibus authoris, 1685-1688.
- Shells -- Pictorial works -- Early works to 1800.; Mollusks -- Pictorial works -- Early works to 1800.; PU
- Personal Name:
- Lister, Susanna.; Lister, Anna.
- Geographic Subject:
- England -- London.
- Call Number:
- Folio QL404 .L55 1685c Peachey copy
- Lee Peachey Collection (University of Pennsylvania)