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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 December 2021

Sarah Neville
Affiliation:
Ohio State University

Summary

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Early Modern Herbals and the Book Trade
English Stationers and the Commodification of Botany
, pp. viii - ix
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022

Figures

  1. 0.1John Gerard, The Herball or General Historie of Plants (1597), sig. 4Q8r. Image reproduced courtesy of the Ohio State University Libraries’ Rare Books & Manuscripts Library (QK 41 .G34).

  2. 0.2John Gerard, The Herball or General Historie of Plants (1597), sig. 4Q8v. Image reproduced courtesy of the Ohio State University Libraries’ Rare Books & Manuscripts Library (QK 41 .G34).

  3. 0.3John Gerard, The Herball or General Historie of Plants (1633), detail of sig. 6L6r. Image reproduced courtesy of the Ohio State University Libraries’ Rare Books & Manuscripts Library (QK 41 .G35).

  4. 3.1John Parkinson, Paradisi in sole paradisus terrestris (1629), sigs. 2C3v–2C4r. The Huntington Library, San Marino, California (RB 14065).

  5. 3.2De proprietatibus rerum (1495), sig. M5v. By courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Memorial Library, University of Wisconsin–Madison (Thordarson 230).

  6. 3.3De proprietatibus rerum (1582), a page inserted between sigs. Zz5v and Zz6r. The Huntington Library, San Marino, California (RB 97017).

  7. 3.4Portraits of the illustrators and block-cutter of De historia stirpium (1542). By courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Memorial Library, University of Wisconsin–Madison (Thordarson T 1651).

  8. 4.1A newe Herball of Macer (Robert Wyer, 1544), sig. A1r. By courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Memorial Library, University of Wisconsin–Madison (Thordarson T 2122).

  9. 4.2A newe Herball of Macer (Robert Wyer, 1544), sigs. F3v–F4r. By courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Memorial Library, University of Wisconsin–Madison (Thordarson T 2122).

  10. 4.3Here begynneth a newe marer [sic] (1526), sig. A1r. Reproduced by the kind permission of the Syndics of Cambridge University Library (Shelfmark Sel.5.175).

  11. 4.4Macers Herball (Robert Wyer, 1552), sig. K3r. The Huntington Library, San Marino, California (RB 59462).

  12. 4.5Macers Herball (Robert Wyer, 1552), sig. A1r. The Huntington Library, San Marino, California (RB 59462).

  13. 5.1The Grete Herball (1526), sig. ✠1r. By courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Memorial Library, University of Wisconsin–Madison (Thordarson T 1823).

  14. 5.2The Grete Herball (1526), sig. D3v. By courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Memorial Library, University of Wisconsin–Madison (Thordarson T 1823).

  15. 5.3The Great Herball (1539). The Huntington Library, San Marino, California (RB 61431).

  16. 7.1Portrait of William Cunningham from The Cosmographical Glasse (1559), sig. A3v. The Huntington Library, San Marino, California (RB 60873).

  17. 8.1John Gerard, The Herball or General Historie of Plants (1597). Image reproduced courtesy of the Ohio State University Libraries’ Rare Books & Manuscripts Library (Shelfmark QK 41 G3).

  18. 8.2John Gerard, The Herball or General Historie of Plants (1633). Image reproduced courtesy of the Ohio State University Libraries’ Rare Books & Manuscripts Library (Shelfmark QK 41 G35).

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