The cabinet of oriental entomology : being a selection of some of the rarer and more beautiful species of insects, natives of India and the adjacent islands, the greater portion of which are now for the first time discribed and figured
Westwood's cabinet of oriental entomology.
Westwood's Oriental entomology
Westwood, J. O. (John Obadiah), 1805-1893
London :William Smith, 113 Fleet Street,
Signatures: [A][superscript 2] B-Q[superscript 4]; 42 leaves of plates.
Metcalf copy :Blue leather binding stamped in gold on spine and covers, with interior dentelles, marbled endpapers, gilt edges, and raised bands.
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