Instruction sur les Cultures Forestières

Lardy, Charles ; [1780-1858]

Editorial: Imprimerie des Frères Blanchard, 1837
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1 p.l. 101 & [4] pages; Contemporary blue-grey wrappers. A lovely copy, with just a trifling spot to the title page and a hint of wrinkling at the edges of the wrappers (where the binder has pasted the fragile outer wrappers to a lining of plain laid paper. With the full page engraved plate depicting three tools (shown in 5 figures) for use in forestry (the plate incorporates a scale of measurement at the bottom, laid out in "pieds Vaudois" -- highly appropriate as a unit of linear measure as the author became an official of the Canton of Vaud). The author, Charles Lardy [1780-1858] was a native of Lausanne and first educated in that city's Académie; Lardy completed his studies in Freierg at the Saxony Academy of Mining Engineering. Upon his return to Switzerland, he joined the administration of the Forest of the Canton of Vaud, eventually becoming its Inspecteur Général. In addition to his contributions to forestry, Charles Lundy eventually made use of his training in mining and geology as a Professor, and was founder and curator of Vaud's Cantonal Museum of Geology. He also published the first geological map of Lausanne, his native township in 1852. There is more than one OCLC listing for this title, but the only location cited in any of them for a copy in the U.S. is at Harvard. There are also copies at the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, two copies stayed close to home (Archives cantonales vaudoises; and Bibliothèque Cantonale et Universitaire - Lausanne) and three more copies are preserved elsewhere in Switzerland (including a copy at the Swiss National Library in Bern, which is recorded as having a damaged title leaf -- Schweizerische Nationalbibliothek - feuille de titre défectueux). N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Instruction sur les Cultures Forestières
Editorial: Imprimerie des Frères Blanchard
Año de publicación: 1837
Encuadernación: Softcover
Condición del libro: Very Good+
Edición: First Edition; First Printing.

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Lardy, Charles ; [1780-1858]
Editorial: Imprimerie des Frères Blanchard, Lausanne (1837)
Usado Softcover Primera edición Cantidad: 1
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Descripción Imprimerie des Frères Blanchard, Lausanne, 1837. Softcover. Estado de conservación: Very Good+. First Edition; First Printing. 1 p.l. 101 & [4] pages; Contemporary blue-grey wrappers. A lovely copy, with just a trifling spot to the title page and a hint of wrinkling at the edges of the wrappers (where the binder has pasted the fragile outer wrappers to a lining of plain laid paper. With the full page engraved plate depicting three tools (shown in 5 figures) for use in forestry (the plate incorporates a scale of measurement at the bottom, laid out in "pieds Vaudois" -- highly appropriate as a unit of linear measure as the author became an official of the Canton of Vaud). The author, Charles Lardy [1780-1858] was a native of Lausanne and first educated in that city's Académie; Lardy completed his studies in Freierg at the Saxony Academy of Mining Engineering. Upon his return to Switzerland, he joined the administration of the Forest of the Canton of Vaud, eventually becoming its Inspecteur Général. In addition to his contributions to forestry, Charles Lundy eventually made use of his training in mining and geology as a Professor, and was founder and curator of Vaud's Cantonal Museum of Geology. He also published the first geological map of Lausanne, his native township in 1852. There is more than one OCLC listing for this title, but the only location cited in any of them for a copy in the U.S. is at Harvard. There are also copies at the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, two copies stayed close to home (Archives cantonales vaudoises; and Bibliothèque Cantonale et Universitaire - Lausanne) and three more copies are preserved elsewhere in Switzerland (including a copy at the Swiss National Library in Bern, which is recorded as having a damaged title leaf -- Schweizerische Nationalbibliothek - feuille de titre défectueux). Nº de ref. de la librería 41580

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