London, New Flora and Silva, 1930.
Quarto, xii, 113 pages with a frontispiece portrait and 4 illustrations plus 12 colour plates ('from Paintings by Reginald Farrer in the field').
White buckram, top edge gilt; light scattered foxing (confined mainly to the leaves adjacent to the covers); an excellent copy with the embossed ownership stamp of Sir Thomas Ramsay.
One of only 500 copies. Reginald John Farrer (1880-1920), traveller and plant-hunter, died in the remote Minshan mountains in Upper Burma at the early age of 40. 'This volume originated from the desire of a number of Reginald Farrer's gardening friends and admirers to learn the number of his plants of the Kansu and Upper Burma expeditions that are in cultivation'.