Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History). Casier, Edgard. Faune Ichthyologique du London Clay: 2 vol. set (Fish Fauna of London Clay in French). London: Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History), 1966. 496pp. Indexed. Illustrated. Bibliography. 4to. Gray cloth. Book condition: Near fine with gently bumped spine ends and lightly rubbed corners. Tiny ink stamp with former owner's name on top of text blocks and top corner of front free endsheets. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good with lightly bumped edges and a couple of tiny pieces missing. Faint creases in tops of flaps. Text volume has a half inch closed tear in front joint and a thin one inch horizontal streak on cover. Plate volume has a one inch and half inch closed tears in bottom edge of rear panel near spine. In plastic protectors. A comprehensive study of London clay fishes, representative of the critical period when modern fish-faunas were taking shape. Volume two consists of the accompanying 68 plates. . Fine. 1966. (Inventory #: RCASFAU00MEL)
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