Darwin, Charles. THE EXPRESSION OF THE EMOTIONS IN MAN AND ANIMALS. By Charles Darwin, M.A., F.R.S., &c. With photographic and other illustrations. Cr. 8vo, Second Issue of First Edition; pp. vi, 374, [4](adv.); 7 heliotype plates (3 folding) containing 30 portraits, 21 text illustrations (7 full-page), index; original cloth, uncut; (spine ends lightly worn; rear hinge neatly strengthened); a very good copy; rare. London; John Murray; 1872.
***Freeman 1142. The heliotype plates are numbered in Roman (see Freeman for discussion). As Freeman notes, in his unpublished Additions and Corrections of 1986, Darwin made a number of corrections to this second issue, the first of which is found on Page 103 [104]. One of Darwin's most important works, and of considerable interest in reference to Australia and its native inhabitants--Darwin takes over a page in thanking Australian notables for their help--including Dyson Lacy, R. Brough Smyth, Samuel Wilson, George Taplin, Archibald Lang, Dr. Ferdinand Mueller and others. #66852

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