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Darwin, Charles

Tracing the Genealogy of Genius: Collecting Charles Darwin

Charles Darwin is one of those figures whose singular impact and importance to his field makes collecting his works difficult for even the serious collector. His seminal work, The Origin of the Species, although itself not a large volume, has been much reproduced, and to find an original true first edition would not only be lucky providence; but an expensive one too! Yet to hold a piece of scientific history as the Origin of Species is itself a draw that few could resist; and they can still be found going from as little as a few thousand dollars (in poor condition) to as much as twenty thousand dollars (good hardcover first).

I think that the works of Charles Darwin elicits a strong fascination not only because of his fame, but also because of his character. The art of book-collecting, it must be said, is enhanced by the idea that one might be getting closer to such a maverick, outlandish figure as Charles Darwin, who lives in wilder times. Charles Darwin was one of the few who went on the scientific expedition the Beagle when, at the time, the world was still very much a great unknown. Charles Darwin was also a famously self-deprecating, and funny, man. He joked about his own serious demeanour in the early photographs of the day that ‘he was surprised that he had any friends at all!’ As a man he was often beset with ill-health, and was taken for bizarre alternative treatments in the form of hydrotherapy and the ‘revitalising airs’ of Bath and Cheltenham. All of these stories, of course, make Darwin an excellent character to collect.

What many collectors forget though, is that Darwin’s output was not limited to just his papers Natural Selection, The Origin of the Species and The Descent of Man (although the most famous). Charles Darwin was a career natural scientist and historian, who published many small monographs, letters, and articles about such varied topics as seed propagation, the reproductive life of earthworms, the formation of coral reefs, and the different expressions of emotions in apes, humans, and other mammals. Some of these other monographs and works can be found at much cheaper prices that his famous ones, particularly if one is willing to accept less than perfect copies.

For example, one interesting example is The Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals (published 1872) currently available online for between five hundred dollars and two thousand. If we go to the mid-point of that price, we find a fine ex-library edition from the General Assembly of New Zealand, still stamped and embossed with their library catalogue seal, with 21 illustrations and 7 photographic plates. All for seven hundred and fifty dollars! It is very much worth remembering that for some, a ‘damaging mark’ such as being from ex-library stock, for others is a charming feature; dating the work, and showing its importance to academic life of the time. Well worth the investment!

Darwin, Charles. Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology. John Murray (1845). Full Title: Journal Of Researches Into The Natural History And Geology Of The Countries Visited During The Voyage Of Hms Beagle Around The World Under The Command Of Capt. Fitz Roy, Rn; Contains One Page Of Advertisements; Black And White Engravings.

Darwin, Charles . Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology. Harper & Brothers (1846). Full Title: Journal Of Researches Into The Natural History And Geology Of The Countries Visited During The Voyage Of Hms Beagle Around The World Under The Command Of Capt. Fitz Roy, Rn; Two Volumes; Front Board Contains A Gold Device Of Two Hands Holding A Torch.

Darwin, Charles. Journal of Researches into the Natural History and Geology. John Murray (1860). Full Title: Journal Of Researches Into The Natural History And Geology Of The Countries Visited During The Voyage Of Hms Beagle Around The World Under The Command Of Capt. Fitz Roy, Rn; Contains Postscript By Darwin Dated February 1St, 1860 With Corrections; Contains 32-Page Catalogue With Advertisements; Contains Wood-Engraved Illustrations And Diagrams.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species. John Murray (1860). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Folding Lithographed Diagram By William West; 32 Pages At Rear Of PublisherS Advertisements Dated January 1860; Indexed; 1250 Printed Copies Of First Imprint, 3000 Copies Of Second; Second Imprint Identifiable By Words Fifth Thousand On Title Page Along With The Correct Spelling Of Linnean, Misprinted Spelling Speceies Also Corrected.

Darwin, Charles. The Origin of Species. D. Appleton & Co. (1860). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; One Folding Lithographic Diagram.

Darwin, Charles. The Origin of Species. D. Appleton & Co. (1861). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Includes Two Pages Of Advertisements; Historical Sketch.

Darwin, Charles. The Origin of Species. John Murray (1861). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Third Printing Of Only 2,000 Copies; Includes One Errata Leaf; Distinguishable From Other Printings By Words Seventh Thousand On Title Page; Includes Historical Sketch; Folding Diagram; Two Pages Of Advertisements.

Darwin, Charles. On Various Contrivances by which Orchids are Fertilised by Insects. John Murray (1862). Full Title: On Various Contrivances By Which British And Foreign Orchids Are Fertilised By Insects; One Folding Plate; 34 Woodcut Illustrations; Orchid In Gilt On Front Cover, 32 Pages Of PublisherS Advertisements Dated December 1861.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species. D. Appleton & Co. (1864). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Fold-Out Chart; Two Pages Of Advertisements.

Darwin, Charles. L'origine delle specie. Nicola Zanichelli e soci, Modena (1864). Full Title: Sull'Origine Delle Specie Per Mezzo Della Selezione Naturale O La Preservazione Delle Razze Favorite Nella Lotta Per La Vita; First Italian Translation By Canestrini And Salimbeni; Engraved Table.

Darwin, Charles. L'Origine des espces. Guillaumin & Cie & Victor Masson & fils (1866). Full Title: L'Origine Des Espces Par Le Moyen De La Slection Naturelle, Ou La Prservation Des Races Favorises Dans La Lutte Pour La Vie

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . John Murray (1866). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; 1500 Copies; Folding Lithographed Chart; 32 Pages Of Advertisements Dated April 1867.

Darwin, Charles. De la variation des animaux et des plantes l'tat domestique. Reinwald (1868). Translated By J.J. Moulini; Foreword By Carl Vogt; 43 Woodcuts.

Darwin, Charles. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication. Orange Judd (1868). Preface By Dr. Asa Gray; Two Volumes; 43 Wood Engravings; Volume I Contains Six Pages Of Advertisements And Volume Ii Includes Eight Pages Of Advertisements.

Darwin, Charles . The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication. John Murray (1868). 1,500 Copies Of First Printing In January 1868, Second Printing Of 1,250 Copies In February 1868; 43 Text Woodcuts; Two Volumes; 32 Pages Of PublisherS Advertisements In Volume I Dated April 1868 And 2 Pages Of PublisherS Advertisements In Volume Ii Dated February 1868

Darwin, Charles. The Origin of Species . John Murray (1869). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; One Fold-Out Plate; 32 Pages Of Advertisements Dated September 1868.

Darwin, Charles. L'origine des espces. Victor Masson et Fils, Guillaumin et Cie. (1870). Full Title: L'Origine Des Espces Par Slection Naturelle Ou Des Lois De Transformation Des Etres Organiss; Translated By Madame Clmence Royer; One Engraved Plate; Unauthorized Translation.

Darwin, Charles. Die Abstammung des Menschen und die geschlechtliche Zuchtwahl. Schweizerbartsche Verlagshandlung, Stuttgart (1871). Translated From English By J. Victor Carus; Two Volumes; 76 Woodcuts.

Darwin, Charles. L'origine dell'uomo e la scelta in rapporto col sesso. Societ U.T.E., Torino, Roma, Napoli (1871). Translated By Michael Lessona For The Zoological Museum Of Turin; 76 Illustrations.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . D. Appleton & Co. (1871). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Contains 8 Pages Of PublisherS Advertisements.

DARWIN, Charles. . The Descent of Man. John Murray (1871). Full Title: The Descent Of Man, And Selection In Relation To Sex; Two Volumes; Wood-Engravings; 16 Pages Of PublisherS Ads In Each Volume Dated January 1871; First Issue Of 2500 Sets Distinguishable By: Koala For Koala On Page 27 Of Volume One, Transmitted As The First Word On Page 297 Of Volume One, And Postscript Leaf In Volume Two; Charles Darwin In Introduction: "The Sole Object Of This Work Is To Consider, Firstly, Whether Man, Like Every Other Species, Is Descended From Some Pre-Existing Form; Secondly, The Manner Of His Development; And Thirdly, The Value Of The Differences Between The So-Called Races Of Man."

Darwin, Charles . The Descent of Man. D. Appleton & Company New York (1871). Full Title: The Descent Of Man, And Selection In Relation To Sex; Two Volumes; Two-Page Catalogue At End Of First Volume, Including One-Page Ad For The Origin Of Species And One-Page Ad For Lay Sermons, Addresses, And Reviews By Thomas Henry Huxley; Twelve-Page Catalogue Advertising Works By Spencer, Origin Of Species, And Others At End Of Second Volume; With Publisher'S Four-Page Prospectus At The Front Of Each Volume; Illustrations.

Charles Darwin . The Origin of Species . D. Appleton & Co. (1871). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Contains One Fold-Out Chart.

Darwin, Charles. Der Ausdruck der Gemthsbewegungen bei dem Menschen und den Thieren. Schweizbartsche, Stuttgart (1872). Translated By J. Victor Carus; 21 Woodcuts; 7 Heliographic Plates.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . D. Appleton & Co. (1872). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; One Fold-Out Diagram; DarwinS Introduction: "When On Board H.M.S. Beagle, As A Naturalist, I Was Much Struck With Certain Facts In The Distribution Of The Organic Beings Inhabiting South America, And In The Geological Relations Of The Present To The Past Inhabitants Of That Continent. These Facts, As Will Be Seen In The Latter Chapters Of This Volume, Seemed To Throw Some Light On The Origin Of Species - That Mystery Of Mysteries, As It Has Been Called By One Of Our Greatest Philosophers."; DarwinS Conclusion: "There Is A Grandeur In This View Of Life, With Its Several Powers, Having Been Originally Breathed By The Creator Into A Few Forms Or Into One; And That, While This Planet Has Gone Cycling On According To The Fixed Law Of Gravity, From So Simple A Beginning Endless Forms Most Beautiful And Most Wonderful Have Been, And Are Being, Evolved."

Darwin, Charles. The Origin of Species . John Murray (1872). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Contains Historical Sketch.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species. Werner Company (1872). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life.

Darwin, Charles . The Descent of Man. D. Appleton & Co. (1872). Full Title: The Descent Of Man, And Selection In Relation To Sex; Two Volumes; 76 Illustrations; 12 Pages Of Advertisements; Postscript In Volume Ii Correcting An Error In Volume I.

Darwin, Charles. The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. John Murray (1872). Full Title: The Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals. With Photographic And Other Illustrations; Seven Heliotypes By Rejlander, The First, Second And Sixth Of Which Are Folding; 21 Wood Engravings; 7000 Total Copies In Two Printings; First Printing Identifiable By: Four Leaves Of Preliminaries (The First Of Which Is Blank) Before The Title Leaf, Two Leaves Of Advertisements, And Page 104 Containing The Phrase "In All Languages"; Second Printing Identifiable By: Arabic Numbering On Plates, Misspelling (Htat) On Page 208, And Four Pages Of Advertisements Dated November 1872.

Darwin, Charles . Expression of the Emotions of Man and Animals . D. Appleton & Co. (1873). Full Title: The Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals. With Photographic And Other Illustrations; Contains Chromolithic Folding Plates; Advertisements.

Darwin, Charles . L'origine des espces. C. Reinwald et Cie (1873). Full Title: L'Origine Des Espces Par Slection Naturelle Ou Des Lois De Transformation Des Etres Organiss; Translated By J.J. Moulinie.

Darwin, Charles. The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. John Murray (1873). Full Title: The Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals. With Photographic And Other Illustrations; Contains 21 Illustrations And 7 Heliotype Plates, Several Of Which Are Foldouts; Indexed.

Darwin, Charles. The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. D. Appleton & Co. (1873). Full Title: The Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals. With Photographic And Other Illustrations; 21 Wood Engravings, Six Of Them Full-Page; 7 Heliotype Plates, Three Of Them Folding; 14 Pages Of Publisher'S Advertisements.

Darwin, Charles. The Origin of Species . John Murray (1873). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life.

Darwin, Charles. L'Expression des motions chez l'homme et les animaux. Reinwald et Cie (1874). Translated By Samuel Pozzi And Ren Benoit; 7 Heliotypes; 21 Woodcuts.

Darwin, Charles . The Descent of Man . John Murray (1874). Includes A Seven-Page Essay By Thomas Huxley; Five-Line Errata Slip.

Darwin, Charles . The Descent of Man. Thompson & Thompson (1874). Full Title: The Descent Of Man, And Selection In Relation To Sex; Contains Illustrations.

Darwin, Charles. The Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs . Smith, Elder & Co. (1874). Three Fold-Out Maps, Two In Color; Six Pages Of Advertisements.

Darwin, Charles. Insectivorous Plants . John Murray (1875). Black And White Illustrations.

Darwin, Charles. Insectivorous Plants . D. Appleton & Co. (1875). 30 Illustrations

Darwin, Charles. The Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants. John Murray (1875). 13 Wood-Cut Illustrations By George Darwin; Advertisements.

Darwin, Charles. Voyage dun naturaliste autour du monde . C. Reinwald (1875). Translated By Ed Barbier; 22 Pages Of Advertisements.

Darwin, Charles. The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom . John Murray (1876). One Diagram; 109 Tables; Errata Slip.

Darwin, Charles. The Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants . John Murray (1876). Illustrations By George Darwin; 32-Page Publisher'S Catalogue Dated May 1878.

Darwin, Charles . The Different Forms Of Flowers On Plants Of The Same Species. D. Appleton & Co. (1877). 10 Pages Of PublisherS Advertisements; 15 Wood-Engraved Figures.

Darwin, Charles. The Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of the Same Species . John Murray (1877). Black And White Illustrations; 32-Page Catalogue Of PublisherS Other Titles.

Darwin, Charles. The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom . D. Appleton & Co. (1877). 12 Pages Of The PublisherS Advertisements; Errata Slip.

Darwin, Charles. On Various Contrivances by which Orchids Are Fertilised by Insects. John Murray (1877). 38 Woodcuts After G.B. Sowerby; 32 Pages Of Advertisements Dated January 1882.

Darwin, Charles . On Various Contrivances by which Orchids Are Fertilised by Insects. D. Appleton & Co. (1877). Eight-Page PublisherS Catalogue.

Darwin, Charles. Les rcifs de corail. Libr. Germer Baillire, Pars (1878). Full Title: Les Rcifs De Corail Leur Structure Et Leur Distribution; Translated By M.L. Cosserat; Six Figures Including 3 Folded Maps.

Darwin, Charles. The Origin of Species . D. Appleton & Co. (1878). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Folding Plate.

Darwin, Charles. The Effects of Cross and Self Fertilisation in the Vegetable Kingdom . John Murray (1878).

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . John Murray (1878). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Sixth Edition Of Which 1250 Copies Were Printed.

Darwin, Charles. The Origin of Species . D. Appleton & Co. (1878). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . John Murray (1880). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; One Fold-Out Plate.

Darwin, Charles . The Power of Movement in Plants. John Murray (1880). Assisted By Francis Darwin; 196 Woodcuts; 32 Pages Of Advertisements Dated May 1878; Two Lines Of Errata.

Darwin, Charles . The Formation of Vegetable Mould. John Murray (1881). Full Title: The Formation Of Vegetable Mould, Through The Action Of Worms, With Observations On Their Habits; 15 Text Woodcuts; Errata Slip; One Leaf Of PublisherS Advertisements.

Weismann, August. Studies in the Theory of Descent. Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington (1882). Translated And Edited, With Notes, By Raphael Meldola, F.C.S.; Prefatory Notice By Charles Darwin; Two Volumes; Errata; Eight Chromolithographed Plates.

Darwin, Charles . The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication . John Murray (1882). 43 Woodcuts.

Darwin, Charles . The Formation of Vegetable Mould. John Murray (1883). Full Title: The Formation Of Vegetable Mould, Through The Action Of Worms, With Observations On Their Habits; 15 Woodcuts.

Darwin, Charles . The Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of the Same Species. John Murray (1884).

Darwin, Charles . The Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants. John Murray (1885). 13 Woodcuts; 32-Page Publisher'S Catalogue.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . John Murray (1885). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; 32-Page Publisher'S Catalogue; 13 Woodcuts.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . D. Appleton & Co. (1887). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Folding Plate.

Darwin, Charles . The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin. D. Appleton & Co. (1887). Edited By Francis Darwin; Full Title: The Life And Letters Of Charles Darwin, Including An Autobiographical Chapter. Edited By His Son, Francis Darwin; Includes Charles DarwinS Autobiography; Two Volumes; Frontispiece Portraits On Both Volumes; 3 Plates In Volume One And One Facsimile In Volume Two.

Darwin, Charles. The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin. John Murray (1887). Edited By Francis Darwin; Full Title: The Life And Letters Of Charles Darwin, Including An Autobiographical Chapter. Edited By His Son, Francis Darwin; Includes Charles DarwinS Autobiography; Three Volumes; Frontispiece Portraits Of Darwin On Each Volume; With Six Errata In Volume Ii And Three Errata In Volume Iii; 3 Engraved Photo-Lithographed Illustrations.

Darwin, Charles . The Descent of Man. John Murray (1888). Full Title: The Descent Of Man, And Selection In Relation To Sex; Contains One Chapter Written By Huxley; Two Volumes; Both Volumes Contain Advertisements And Errata; Volume Li Contains "Supplemental Note".

Darwin, Charles. The Different Forms of Flowers on Plants of the Same Species. John Murray (1888). Illustrations; PublisherS Catalogue Dated September 1888.

Darwin, Charles. The Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants. John Murray (1888). Illustrations By George Darwin; 32-Page PublisherS Catalogue Dated February 1888.

Darwin, Charles. The Origin of Species . John Murray (1888). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Two Volumes; One Folding Diagram In Volume I ("The Probable Effects Of The Action Of Natural Selection Through Divergence Of Character And Extinction, On The Descendants Of A Common Ancestor"); 32-Page Publishers Catalogue Dated July 1887; Errata; Indexed With Glossary.

Darwin, Charles. On Various Contrivances by which Orchids Are Fertilised by Insects. John Murray (1888). Contains Catalogue Of PublisherS Advertisements Dated July 1887.

Darwin, Charles . The Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs. Smith, Elder & Co. (1889). Edited And With Appendix By Dr. T.G. Bonney; 3 Folding Plates; Four-Page PublisherS Catalogue.

Darwin, Charles. A Naturalist's Voyage. John Murray (1890). Full Title: A NaturalistS Voyage: Journal Of Researches Into The Natural History And Geology Of The Countries Visited During The Voyage Of Hms Beagle Around The World Under The Command Of Capt. Fitz Roy, Rn; Engraved Portrait Frontispiece.

Darwin, Charles . A Naturalist's Voyage. John Murray (1890). Full Title: A NaturalistS Voyage: Journal Of Researches Into The Natural History And Geology Of The Countries Visited During The Voyage Of Hms Beagle Around The World Under The Command Of Capt. Fitz Roy, Rn; Illustrated By R.T. Pritchett; Two Folding Colour Maps.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . Merrill & Baker (1890). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life.

Darwin, Charles . The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication. John Murray (1890). Two Volumes; Volume I With 43 Illustrations.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . John Murray (1892). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Folding Chart; Errata.

Darwin, Charles . This Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication. John Murray (1893). Two Volumes; Illustrations.

Darwin, Charles. The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. D. Appleton & Co. (1896). Full Title: The Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals. With Photographic And Other Illustrations.

Darwin, Charles . Works . D. Appleton & Co. (1896). Fifteen Volumes; Includes: The Descent Of Man, Structure And Distribution Of Coral Reefs (With One Folding Map), Geological Observations On The Volcanic Islands And Parts Of South America (With 5 Folding Plates And 2 Folding Maps), On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection (In Two Volumes With Folding Table), The Variation Of Animals And Plants Under Domestication (In Two Volumes), Expression Of The Emotions In Man And Animals (With Seven Plates), Insectivorous Plants, The Different Forms Of Flowers On Plants Of The Same Species, The Power Of Movement In Plants, The Formation Of Vegetable Mould, The Life And Letters Of Charles Darwin (Edited By DarwinS Son In Two Volumes With Five Plates).

Darwin, Charles . The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication. D. Appleton & Co. (1897). In Two Volumes.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species. D. Appleton & Co. (1898). Two Volumes; Fold-Out Diagram.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . John Murray (1898). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Folding Plate.

Darwin, Charles . The Descent of Man. John Murray (1899). Full Title: The Descent Of Man, And Selection In Relation To Sex.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . John Murray (1899). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Contains Diagram.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . John Murray (1902). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Frontispiece Portrait; Folding Chart.

Darwin, Charles . The Foundations of the Origin of Species. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1909). Edited Francis Darwin; Frontispiece Portrait Of Charles Darwin.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . D. Appleton & Co. (1909). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . D. Appleton & Co. (1915). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Two Volumes.

Darwin, Charles . Opshtamung Fun Menshen un der Opklayb Beshaykhes Tsu Geshlekht. . Max N. Mayzel (1921). Translated Into Yiddish By Y.A. Merison; Foreword By J. Arthur Thomson; Three Volumes; Illustrated; Frontis Portrait; Indexed.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . John Murray (1929). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Contains Portraits.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species . The Macmillan Company New York (1931). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Introduction By Edmund B. Wilson.

Darwin, Charles . The Origin of Species and The Descent of Man. Modern Library (1936).

Darwin, Charles . The Next Million Years. Doubleday & Company (1953).

Darwin, Charles . Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology. Limited Editions Club, Cambridge (1956). Full Title: Journal Of Researches Into The Natural History And Geology Of The Countries Visited During The Voyage Of Hms Beagle Around The World Under The Command Of Capt. Fitz Roy, Rn; Introduction By Sir Gavin De Beer; Illustrated With Text Wood Engravings By Robert Gibbings; 1500 Copies; Signed By Robert Gibbings; Bound In Sailcloth.

Darwin, Charles. The Autobiography of Charles Darwin and Selected Letters . Dover Publications (1958). Edited By Francis Darwin.

Darwin, Charles. The Origin of Species. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia (1959). Full Title: The Origin Of Species: A Variorum Text; Edited By Morse Peckham.

Darwin, Charles. The Origin of Species . Limited Editions Club (1963). Full Title: On The Origin Of Species By Means Of Natural Selection, Or The Preservation Of Favoured Races In The Struggle For Life; Preface By Charles G. Darwin; Designed By Douglas A. Dustan; 6 Duotone And 65 Woodcut Illustrations By Paul Landacre; Glossary; 1500 Numbered Copies.

Darwin, Charles . The Descent of Man. Easton Press, Norwalk, Connecticut (1979). Full Title: The Descent Of Man, And Selection In Relation To Sex; Preface By Ashley Montagu; Drawings By Fritz Kredel; One Painting By Melody Krafft; Printed On Archival Paper.

Darwin, Charles. The Journal of a Voyage in H.M.S. Beagle. Genesis Publications Ltd., Guildford (1979). Foreword By H.R.H. Prince Charles; Facsimile Of DarwinS Journal; 500 Numbered Copies; Signed By G. P. Darwin; Typesetter: Bishopsgate Press, London; Printer: Kingprint, Surrey; Bookbinders: Kemp Hall Bindery Green Street Oxford, Zaehnsdorf Ltd., London, And The Dorset Bookbinding Co. Ltd., Wimbourne Dorset; Color Plates.

Darwin, Charles. Zoology of the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. Nova Pacifica, Wellington, NZ (1980). Full Title: The Zoology Of The Voyage Of H.M.S. Beagle During The Years 1832-36; Facsimile; Three Volumes; 750 Numbered Sets; Volume I: Fossil Mammalia, Volume Ii: Birds, Volume Iii: Fish, Reptiles; PublisherS Note: "A Superb Example Of Nineteenth-Century Scientific Book Publishing."

Darwin, Charles. The Correspondence. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (1985). Full Title: The Correspondence Of Charles Darwin 1821-1860; Edited By Frederick Burkhardt; Fifteen Volumes; Illustrated; Contains A Biographical Register; Indexed.

Darwin, Charles. The Zoology of the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle. Club Internacional del Libro Ltd. (1994). Full Title: The Zoology Of The Voyage Of H.M.S. Beagle, Under The Command Of Captain Fitzroy During The Years 1832 To 1836. Edited And Superintended By Charles Darwin, Naturalist To The Expedition; Printed By Club Internacional Del Libro For The London Geographical Society; Four Volumes; Volume I Signed By Dr. John Hemming, Director And Secretary Of The Royal Geographical Society In London; Volume I: Fossil Mammalia, 32 Plates Illustrated By Richard Owen Including Two Folding Plates; Volume Ii: Mammalia, 35 Plates Illustrated By George Waterhouse Including 32 Color Plates; Volume Iii: Birds, 50 Colored Plates By John Gould; Volume Iv: Fish, 29 Plates By Leonard Jenyns, And Reptiles, 20 Plates By Thomas Bell; Facsimile; 1000 Numbered Sets; Oak Wooden Case.