The Apiary; or, Bees, Bee-Hives and Bee Culture. Being a Familiar Account of the Habits of Bees; and the Most Improved Methods of Management, with Full Direction, Adapted for the Cottager, Farmer, or Scientific Apiarian.

London: Geo. Neighbour and Sons, 1866.

Octavo, 274 pages + 3 ads. Illustrated with two plates and additional illustrations in the text. Second, enlarged edition. In their bibliography, British Bee Books, 1500-1976, the IBRA states of the publishers, "Neighbour and Sons were considerable appliance dealers. The book contains their catalogue, and an account of their stand at the 1851 Exhibition, and at the International Exhibition of 1862." Some foxing throughout and age toning. Fore egde of title pade a bit chipped. An article on Maeterlinck has been pasted onto a rear end paper. In publisher's green cloth, worn at the head of spine and with some black ink-like residue to the front board. Still better than this sounds. [IBRA British Bee Books 307].

Price: $100.00