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mineral conchology of Great Britain

Sowerby, James

mineral conchology of Great Britain

or, coloured figures and descriptions of those remains of testaceous animals or shells, which have been preserved at various times and depths in the earth.

by Sowerby, James

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Written in English


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Vols. 4-6 continued by James D.C. Sowerby.

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Pagination6 v
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Open LibraryOL20806825M

His next project was of similar scale: the "Mineral Conchology of Great Britain", a comprehensive catalog of many invertebrate fossils found in England, was published over a year time-span, the latter parts by his sons James De Carle Sowerby and George Brettingham Sowerby I.


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Shown in this set are a selection of the original pattern mineral conchology of Great Britain book from James Sowerby's landmark study of mollusks, The Mineral Conchology of Great Britain (). The 19th century saw an increase in the mass popularization of scientific study and a particular interest in the collection of native specimen.

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Meredith [etc.]. James Sowerby () was a naturalist and illustrator born in London, England. He was the author and illustrator for several publications including British Mineralogy (), Exotic Mineralogy (), Mineral Conchology of Great Britain (), and his 36 volume work entitled English Botany ().English Botany included 2, hand-colored plates and took him 23 years to.

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George Brettingham Sowerby I (12 August – 26 July ) was a British naturalist, illustrator, and conchologist. He was the second son of James Sowerby. Together with his brother James De Carle Sowerby he continued their father's work on fossil shells, publishing the latter parts of the Mineral Conchology of Great Britain.

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Mineral Conchology of Great Britain The son of a lapidary, James Sowerby () studied art at the Royal Academy and came to be the patriarch over a family line of naturalist illustrators. Sowerby obtained employment with the botanist William Curtis and contributed plates and hand colouring to.

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Vol. 2:   ‘The Mineral Conchology of Great Britain; or coloured Figures. of Shells which have been preserved in the Earth’ (continued by J. De C. Sowerby 7 vols. ( plates, coloured, with descriptive text), 8vo, London, – George was educated at home under private tutors, and afterwards assisted his father in the production of illustrated works on natural history.

On the latter's death inhe and his brother James De Carle Sowerby continued their father's work on fossil shells, publishing the latter parts of the Mineral Conchology of Great Britain.

The Journal of Conchology Being the Organ of the Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland [ Various early Issues of this Journal with dates between and offered at £4 each] Book Club Associates., London., Paperback.

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George Brettingham Sowerby I (12 August – 26 July ) was a British naturalist, illustrator, and conchologist (expert on shells). He was the second son of James his brother James De Carle Sowerby he continued his father's work on fossil shells.

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James De Carle Sowerby (5 June – 26 August ) was a British mineralogist, botanist, and received an education in chemistry. Sowerby was born in London, the son of botanical artist James Sowerby (–), and his wife, Anne de Carle (–). He continued his father's work and published, together with his brother George Brettingham Sowerby I, the latter.

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BROWN, Captain Thomas. Illustrations of the Recent Conchology of Great Britain and Ireland, with the Description and Localities of All the Species, Marine, Land, and Fresh Water. London: Smith, Elder, Illustrations of the Fossil Conchology of Great Britain and Ebook, with the descriptions and localities of all the species hitherto discovered.

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