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The Textile History of Whitby, The Nordic
Travellers, The Piper Documents,
Explorer's Handbook etc.
The Textile History of Whitby 1700-1914
Whitby town's rich and complex textile history has been rather unknown, therefore this monograph's collated in depth studies presents a valuable insight into the detailed account of the various trades. This beautiful folio sized monograph is published in an edition of 350 numbered copies only.
Impressions of London
The Nordic Travellers Series No. 1.
From the late summer of 1840.
The thoughts and experiences of a Swedish Gentleman.
Charles E Nelson - A White Tohunga
The Nordic Travellers Series No. 2.
A recently written biography of the Swedish seaman Charles E Nelson who was awarded the title of White Tohunga by the Maoris.
The Nordic Travellers Series No. 3.
The story of an isolated arctic island - exploration, people, culture and nature.
Piperska Handlingar / The Piper Documents Series No. 1.
Inventory of Furniture and Household Goods at Christinehof Manor, set up in 1758. Via a unique inventory from the Christinehof archives, we are transported to a world long gone - to an aristocratic home in the Swedish countryside nearly 250 years ago.
Det Nya Huset i Andrarum
Piperska Handlingar / The Piper Documents Series No. 2.
Record of the final inspection of the completed building of the Christinehof Manor House, or as the record has it "Andrarums Gård" (Andrarum House). This unusual record of the final inspection has been extracted from the Christinehof Archives.
ISBN: 1-904145-08-6 (Second edition 2005)
Katalog över Högestads & Christinehofs Fideikommiss Historiska arkiv
Piperska Handlingar / The Piper Documents Series No. 3.
This publication Katalog över Högestads & Christinehofs Fideikommiss Historiska arkiv – Piperska Handlingar no. 3
in the Swedish language (with an English summary) was published in parallel with Tankebok – Piperska Handlingar no. 4
Piperska Handlingar / The Piper Documents Series No. 4.
is a compilation of thoughts around historical perspectives of Högestad & Christinehof entailed estate from mid 18th century up to the present-day. Focusing on nature and culture connected to the estate’s domains: including agriculture, forestry as well as...
Christopher Tärnströms Journal
- Mundus Linnæi Series No. I.
Christopher Tärnström (1711 -1746) was the first of Linnaeus' followers to be instructed to study and document flora and fauna outside Europe, hence the name the first Linnaeus apostle.
The Carl Linnaeus Notebook 1725 - 1727
- Mundus Linnæi Series No. II.
The first work ever written by the world famous naturalist. This is probably one of the most important works to help us understand the real Linnaeus.
ISBN: (For complete set of 3 volumes)
Doctor Carl Linnaeus Physician
- Mundus Linnæi Series No. III.
Is a scholarly tour of the less known side as a practising scientific medical man of a universal genius.
Clavis Medicinae Duplex - The two keys of medicine
- Mundus Linnæi Series No. IV.
"Most challenging of Linnaeus's publications"
Clavis Medicinae Duplex, published in 1766, in many ways it is the most challenging of Linnaeus's publications and at the same time one of the hardest to interpret, perhaps even his least successful one, rarely or never given its due, as it demands a good deal from its readers.
TEXTILIA LINNAEANA - Global 18th Century Textile Traditions & Trade
- Mundus Linnæi Series No. V
“Textilia Linnaeana is an expedition in time and space. It is also a work of considerable interdisciplinary breadth. There is every reason to join the long textile journey. No equivalent representation is known to me.”
The Explorer’s Field Guide
- The Linnaeus Apostles Bridge Builder Expeditions.
The guide is an encyclopedic summary, written in the Russian language, including observations on Carl Linnaeus and his Systema Naturae, his seventeen so-called Apostles who travelled to more than fifty countries, Johan Peter Falck and his studies of everyday clothing, water, petroglyphs etc in Russia and Kazakhstan.
Carl Linnaeus in Skåne
The Explorers Handbook Series
The user-friendly The Explorer's Handbook describes key attractions and unique places of interest,
from Carl Linnaeus journey through the province Skåne, Sweden 1749.
La Collection Khalili et ses textiles de la Scanie
'The Explorer's Exhibition Guide', from the LA COLLECTION KHALILI exhibition.
ET SES TEXTILES DE LA SCANIE at the Centre Culturel Suédois in Paris - spring 2000. The guide, which is written en French, includes a comprehensive summary of the history of weaving techniques from southern Sweden in the 18th and 19th centuries.
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