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19th-C. British Tree Peony Print
$119.00
Original color lithograph from a British horticultural journal for "lovers of garden, woodland, tree or flower." Shown is the Tree Peony (Paenoia lutea), a plant native to the Yunnan province of China that first appeared in European gardens in the 1880s. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the accompanying text page.
 
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19th-C. Village Church
$129.00
Original lithograph for the design of a Romanesque-style Village Church from a 1860 folio by the American architect Samuel Sloan (1815-1884). The folio showed a variety of building styles based on existing American designs at the time it was published. Displayed in a conservation mat ready to be framed. Image, 13"L x 9"H; overall, 18"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the accompanying text pages describing the design.
 
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19th-C. French Military Uniforms, S/2
$145.00
Pair of original 1888 chromolithographs showing French military uniforms including infantrymen (from the 16th and 17th century) and naval officers (from the 18th century). From a work by the 19th-century French fashion historian Henri Racinet (1825-1893). Each print, 6.5"L x 8"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying legend.
 
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19th-C. English Heather Prints, Pair
$149.00
Pair of 1804 hand colored engravings from Henry Andrews' (1794-1830) folio "The Heathery". The types of heather shown are Erica purpurea and Erica cylindrica. Andrews was unique in that he was the artist, engraver, colorist, and publisher of this series. Each print, 5.5"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text.
 
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Original chromolithograph print featuring the design for a European City Garden from a 1880s issue of the Belgian journal "L'Illustration Horticole." It is based on an illustration by Pieter de Pannemaeker, a 19th-century Belgian watercolor artist, lithographer, and descendant of the de Pannemaeker family of tapestry weavers. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text.
 
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Architecture of Normandy and Brittany
$119.00
Pair of lithographs from a 1920s folio of French architecture. Based on sketches by the American artist Samuel Chamberlain (1895-1975), made during his tour of duty in France during World War I. The sketches show architectural details for "thatched cottages in Normandy" and "architectural fragments from the outskirts of Brittany" Chamberlain saw during his travels. Each print, 9"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Hopi and Navajo Indian Blankets, 1902
$99.00
Original color lithograph of Indian Blankets from an early 1900s American encyclopedia. Shown are blankets from the Hopi tribe (Arizona) and Navajo and Zuni tribes (New Mexico). Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard frame size. Image, 5.5"L x 9"H; overall, 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Pair of original color lithographs featuring fashion accessories worn by women in Chile, Peru and Ecuador. Prints portray a variety of bracelets, headdress, necklaces, belts, and hats. Based on a 1940s folio of South American fashions by the French painter and decorator Edouard Halouze. Each print, 10.5"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the legend describing the accessories on each print.
 
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Pheasants, 1850s Engraving
$125.00
Original 1850s hand-colored engraving of Pheasants based on an illustration by Edouard Travies (1809-1865), one of the best known French natural history artists of the first half of the 1800s. Shown are the Golden Pheasant and Bornean crested fireback Pheasant. Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard frame size. Image, 6"L x 10"H; overall, 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text.
 
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1840s British Equestrian Prints, Pair
$145.00
Pair of original steel engravings from a 1840s folio of British and foreign sporting activities. Shown are equestrian prints titled "Beauty, One of Her Majesty's State Horses" and "John Ward, Esq." Each print measures 10"L x 8"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Londonderry County Map, 1900
$95.00
Color lithograph map of Londonderry from a 1900 atlas of Irish counties. Map details include cities, towns, points of interest, railways, major roads, and canals. Displayed in a conservation mat ready for framing. Image, 7"L x 9.5"H; overall, 14"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Mexico & West Indies Map, 1824
$275.00
Original hand-colored engraved map of Mexico and the West Indies from "Smith's General Atlas" published in England in the 1820s. The atlas was described as "containing Distinct Maps of all Principal Empires, Kingdoms and States throughout the World." Map details include the southern coast of the United States. Includes a certificate with additional information. Minor fold in middle of map.
 
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English Naval Uniforms, 1858
$175.00
Original hand-colored lithograph from a mid-1800s French folio depicting costumes for the "principal people of the world." Shown are a variety of 19th-century English naval uniforms. Displayed in a beige conservation mat ready for framing. Image, 10"L x 8"H; overall, 16"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original accompanying text page.
 
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Original engraving from an 1874 folio of North American landscapes. Shown are winter sports around Montmorency Falls, a large waterfall outside of Quebec City. Based on a sketch by Sir Francis Cockburn (1780-1868), a colonel in the British army who played an important role in the settlement of eastern Canada. Conservation matted. Image, 8.5"L x 6.5"H; overall 15"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Mexico & Central America, 1865
$99.00
Hand-colored engraved map of Mexico, Central America and the Antilles from a mid-1800s French history and geography atlas. Details include cities (including identifying capitals), topography and major rail lines. Insets show St. Martin, Martinique, Guadeloupe and the Panama Canal. Color-coded to identify the nationality of countries and territories. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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19th-C. English Manor Hall Print
$119.00
Original engraving of Burton Constable Hall from a late-1800s folio of English castles and manor homes. Burton Constable is a large Elizabethan country home located near Yorkshire. Based on an illustration by Alexander Lydon (1836-1917), an English watercolorist. Displayed in a conservation mat ready for framing. Image, 8.5"L x 7"H; overall, 16"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original accompanying text pages.
 
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1880s Kirkstall Abbey Engraving
$129.00
Original engraving of Kirkstall Abbey, a ruined Cistercian monastery located in West Yorkshire in the town of Kirkstall (northwest of Leeds). Based on a drawing by Alexander Lydon (1836-1917), British natural history and landscape artist. Displayed in a conservation mat ready for framing. Image, 11"L x 9"H; overall 16"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Original 1830s hand colored engraving based on an illustration by the French botanical artist Pancrace Bessa (1772-1835). Shown is the Nerium (aka Oleander). From his series Flowers of the Gardener (Flore des Jardiniers). Print shows both the full flower as well as parts that are identified in a legend on the print. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Pheasant Shooting, 1843 Engraving
$125.00
Original steel engraving from a 1840s folio of British and foreign sporting activities. Print is titled "Pheasant Shooting." Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard frame size. Image: 10"L x 7"H; overall: 16"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Original hand-colored lithograph from a mid-1800s folio of British wildflowers. Shown are the Periwinkle, Buckbean, and Nightshade. Based on an illustration by Jane Webb Loudon (1804-1858), British artist and author (also an early science fiction pioneer). Displayed in a conservation mat ready for framing. Image: 7.5"L x 9.5"H; overall: 14"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Fishing Flies by Charles Orvis, 1892
$125.00
Original color lithograph of fishing flies from the first edition of a guide to the fly designs of the American sportsman Charles F. Orvis. Shown are Lake flies with names such as Klamath, Tomah Jo and Prince Edward. Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image: 5.5"L x 7.5"H; overall: 11"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and a legend with the names to each of the fly designs shown on the print.
 
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French Rural Architecture, C. 1860
$129.00
Original color lithograph from a 1860s French architecture folio with designs for "parks, farms, and poultry yards." Based on illustrations by Victor Petit (1817-1871), French architectural draftsman, who was also the lithographer for this series. Shown are designs for a Birdhouse, Kiosk, and entrance to a Horse Stable. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Architecture of Saumur, France
$129.00
Pair of original lithographs from a 1920s folio of French rural architecture. Based on sketches by the American artist Samuel Chamberlain (1895-1975) made during his tour of duty in France during World War I. Shown on these prints are examples of the architecture he found in Saumur, France. Saumur is a historic town in the Maine-et-Loire region in western France. Each print: 9"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Original hand colored engraving from an early 1800s "young naturalist's album" published in Paris. The album taught children about the world of nature including botany, mammals, birds, fish, insects and minerals. Shown on this print are a variety of trees including the oak, holly, orange, banana, coconut and pine. Displayed in a standard size conservation mat. Image: 8"L x 5"H; overall: 14"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information, and copy of accompanying text pages.
 
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Pair of hand-colored engravings from a 1890s folio of butterflies native to the British Isles. Shown are the Silver-studded Blue and Pearl-bordered Fritillary. Each print measures 6"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original accompanying text pages.
 
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Original hand colored engraving from a late 1800s English sporting folio. This equestrian scene includes a view of Halston House, country residence of the infamous John 'Mad Jack' Mytton, member of Parliament for Shewsbury. Based on a drawing and engraving by Henry Alken (1785-1855), English sports painter and engraver. Displayed in a standard-size conservation mat. Image: 8"L x 5.5"H; overall: 14"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Original hand-colored lithograph based on illustrations by the French caricaturist Jean Grandville (1803-1847). In this series, Grandville portrays animals in the guise of people in a variety of settings commenting on social, political and cultural issues of the day. Print is titled "Each takes his pleasure as he finds it." Conservation matted to fit a standard-size frame. Image, 9.5"L x 6"H; overall, 16"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original text pages.
 
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19th-C. Bat Print
$99.00
Original hand colored lithograph from a mid-1800s English natural history folio about the animal kingdom. The Bats shown on the print include Macklott's Rousette, Red-footed Bat and Common Vampire Bat. Provided with a certificate with additional information, and copy of the legend that identifies all of the Bats shown on the print.
 
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19th-C. British Butterfly Prints, S/3
$105.00
Set of 3 original chromolithograph prints from an 1898 guide to British butterflies. The varieties shown include the Mexican Yellow, Tailed Sulphur, Ideopsis and Foxy Emperor. Each print measures 5"L x 7.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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19th-C. French Furniture Prints, Pair
$149.00
Pair of lithograph prints from an 1870s French furniture catalogue. Shown are designs for tables with mirrors in a dressing area, and living room buffets in the Louis XV style. Each print, 12"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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French Possum Print, 1880
$99.00
Original hand colored gravure print of a female Possum and her young from an 1880s French natural history folio of mammals, birds, scientific methods, and geography. Based on an illustration by Edouard Travies (1809-1865), one of the best known natural history artists of the first half of the 1800s. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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French Seashell Print, 1849
$125.00
Original hand-colored lithograph of seashells from a 1840s French natural history folio edited by the naturalist Charles d'Orbigny (1802-1857). The shells shown include the Turbo, Scalaria, and Abalone. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Birds at a Paris Zoo, C. 1850
$165.00
Original hand-colored lithograph from a 1850s folio of the animals in the zoo of the Jardin des Plantes, the main botanic garden in France, located on the left bank of the river Seine in Paris. Shown are a variety of waterbirds including the heron, swan, stork and ducks, all in a natural setting as visitors to the zoo would see them. Includes a certificate with additional information, and copy of a 1924 map of the Jardin des Plantes.
 
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Wood Lark and Nest by Henrik Gronvold
$89.00
Original chromolithograph of a Wood Lark and Nest based on an illustration by Henrik Gronvold (1858-1940), Danish naturalist and illustrator. Grönvold was one of the last natural history illustrators to publish lithographs. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying text page.
 
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1917 Peach Prints, Pair
$105.00
Pair of early-1900s color prints of the Peaches of New York. The prints were part of a series of monographs published by the state agricultural service to promote an understanding of the fruit grown in the state. Shown are the Illinois and Late Crawford variety of peaches. Each print: 9"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Carp & Barbel, 1843 Engraving
$89.00
Original hand-colored engraving featuring the common Carp and Barbel. Published in England in the 1840s. Engraving by the Scottish painter and engraver William Lizars (1788-1859). Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image, 6"L x 4"H; overall, 14"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Sinclair Clan Tartan Print
$185.00
Original color lithograph of a Scottish tartan print for the Sinclair clan. From an 1880s guide to the clans of Scotland. Displayed in a wood frame with conservation matting and ultraviolet glass. Image, 5"L x 7.5"H; overall, 12"L x 15"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and a copy of the accompanying text page on the Sinclair clan.
 
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Butterfly Engraving, 1837
$179.00
Original hand colored engraving from an 1830s English guide to foreign butterflies. Shown are the "Garden Whites", a widespread type of butterfly part of the Pieridae family. Displayed in a dark brown wood frame with conservation matting and ultraviolet conservation glass. Image, 4"L x 6.5"H; overall, 11"L x 13"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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California Flora, 1903
$179.00
Early-20th-century lithograph featuring plants native to California. Shown are the tulip, poppy, and lily. Displayed in a wood frame with conservation matting and ultraviolet conservation glass. Image, 5.5"L x 9"H; overall, 13"L x 17"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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19th-C. French Beetle Print
$125.00
Original hand colored lithograph of beetles from a French natural history series published in the late 1840s. Shown are the Violin Beetle and a variety of Ground Beetles. Conservation matted to fit a standard frame size. Image, 5.5"L x 9"H; overall, 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Pair of original chromolithographs from an 1880s guide to the "theory, practice and methods of dairy farming" in Britain and mainland Europe. Shown are the "Longford Cheese Factory (the first built in England)" and an "Alpine Dairy Station in Summer." Each print: 10"L x 8"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Men's Jewelry & Fashion Accessories
$145.00
Pair of pochoir prints from a 1920s folio featuring French men's fashions from the Middle Ages through the Second Empire's "fops." Shown are examples of Jewelry from the Middle Ages and Fashion Accessories from the French First Empire period. Pochoir was a method of hand-coloring prints using stencils, popular in the early 1900s. Each print measures 10"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying text pages.
 
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Notre Dame Cathedral, Pair
$135.00
Pair of original steel engravings from an 1830s folio of French cathedrals. Shown are two views of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, the west front and floor plan. Each print measures 7"L x 9.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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American Birds w/ Fall Foliage, Pair
$109.00
Pair of color prints from an early-1900s folio of North American birds published by New York state. Based on illustrations by the American ornithologist and painter Louis Fuertes (1874-1927). Shown are Warblers, Thrush, Green Heron and Bittern in an Autumnal setting. Each print: 8"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Original print from a 1920s folio of the history of French masculine fashions. Shown are designs for men's Stockings and Footwear popular during the French Second Empire (the regime of Napoleon III, 1852-1870). Produced through the pochoir process, a method of hand coloring prints using stencils popular during the early 1900s. Includes a certificate with additional information; the legend at the bottom of the print identifies all fashions shown.
 
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Thrushes and Buntings in Winter, Pair
$119.00
Pair of original color engravings from an 1870s guide to smaller British birds. Shown are a variety of Thrushes and Buntings in a winter setting. Each print: 6"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Britain in Winter, 1946
$139.00
Original cover from Fortune magazine in 1946 titled "Britain in Winter". Accompanied an article about Britain in its first winter of peace following the end of World War II in Europe. Based on a design by the American artist Edward McKnight Kauffer (1890-1954) who spent much of his life in Britain. Displayed in a conservation mat to fit a standard frame size. Image, 10"L x 13"H; overall, 16"L x 20"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the issue table of contents.
 
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19th-C. Italian Men's Fashions, Pair
$125.00
Pair of original 1888 chromolithographs showing a variety of fashions worn by Italian men. From a work by the 19th-century French fashion historian Henri Racinet. The fashions include those of the military, a Venetian gentleman, gondoliers, jugglers and circus performers. Each print, 8"L x 6.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the legend that accompanies each print identifying the fashions.
 
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Short-Beaked Dolphin, 1849
$125.00
Hand-colored lithograph of the Short-beaked Common Dolphin. Published in France in the 1840s and based on an illustration by the French artist Edouard Travies (1809-1876), who was known primarily for his natural history paintings. Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard-size frame. Image, 9"L x 5.5"H; overall, 16"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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French Pelican & Duck Print, 1849
$105.00
Original hand-colored lithograph print from a 1840s French natural history folio. The birds shown include the Dalmatian Pelican and Mandarin Duck. Based on a drawing by Edouard Travies (1809-1876), a French watercolorist and illustrator. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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South American Fashion Prints, Pair
$179.00
Pair of lithographs from a 1940s folio of fashions worn by people native to pre-Columbian and post-conquest South America. Prints show a girl from the Potosi region of Bolivia, and a skirt and blouse worn by women in Columbia. Based on illustrations by the French painter and decorator Edouard Halouze. Each print: 10.5"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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19th-C. French Shorebird Engraving
$125.00
Original hand-colored engraving from a 1880s French natural history folio of mammals, birds, scientific methods, and geography. The shorebirds shown include the Avocet, Skimmer, and Darter. Based on an illustration by Edouard Travies (1809-1865), one of the best known French natural history artists of the first half of the 1800s. Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard frame size. Image: 5.5"L x 9"H; overall: 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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1890s Chrysanthemum Prints, S/2
$145.00
Pair of original lithographs of Chrysanthemums from a 1890s English journal with advice for gardening in the town and country. Shown are the Single Chrysanthemum and Japanese Chrysanthemum. Each print: 8"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Poltimores, an English Manor Home
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Hand-colored aquatint from an 1830s folio of the manor homes (or country seats) of the "Royal Family, Nobility and Gentry of England." This print shows Poltimores near the village of Devon, seat of Sir George Warwick Bamfylde, an English barrister. Displayed in a conservation mat to fit a standard-size frame. Image: 8"L x 5"H; overall: 14"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying text page.
 
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19th-C. Arabian Equestrian Print
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Original chromolithograph from an 1880s guide to British and foreign breeds of horses including thorough-breds, half-breds and cart-breds. Shown is "Goldie, High Class Arab". Based on an 1873 illustration by the British artist Sheldon Williams (1840-1881). Displayed in a conservation mat ready for framing. Image: 9.5"L x 7.5"H; overall: 16"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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French Oriole & Finch Prints, Pair
$139.00
Pair of hand-colored engravings featuring Orioles and Finches (including the Goldfinch and Greenfinch). From a 1830s edition of Georges Buffon's (1707-1788) monumental work "Histoire Naturelle (Natural History)," originally published in the mid-1700s. Engravings produced by the French firm Pauquet Freres. Each print: 5"L x 8"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Yellow Chrysanthemum, 1822
$215.00
Early-19th-century hand-colored engraving of a Quilled-flamed yellow Chrysanthemum that appeared in the journal of the "Horticultural Society of London." Displayed in a conservation mat ready for framing. Image, 8.5"L x 11"H; overall, 14"L x 17"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the accompanying text pages.
 
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Surpris'd Engraving, 1822
$165.00
Original hand-colored engraving from a 1820s equestrian folio based on illustrations by the British artist and engraver Henry Alken (1785-1851). In this series, Alken presents whimsical portraits of both the gentry and common folk riding around London. Displayed in a conservation mat ready for framing. Image, 10"L x 8"H; overall, 16"L x 14"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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British Duck Eggs, Pair
$119.00
Pair of original 1890s chromolithograph prints of Duck eggs from the last work of the British ornithologist Henry Seebohm (1832-1895). Ducks shown on the prints include Merganser, Teal, Sheldrake and Plover. Each print, 6"L x 9.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the accompanying text page.
 
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Bittern Print, 1821
$95.00
Early-19th-century hand-colored engraving of a Bittern from the naturalist George Graves' folio on the "history of every known species of British birds." Includes a certificate with additional information, and original text page authored by Graves.
 
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19th-C. German Baking Prints, Pair
$119.00
Pair of chromolithograph prints from a 1890s German guide for the "chef, innkeeper, as well as for every housewife" on techniques for baking cakes and pastries. Prints show designs for decorating marzipan, cookies, and biscuits. Each print measures 6"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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S/3 Architectural Engravings, 1851
$145.00
Set of three engravings from a 1850s guide to architectural elements and design by the American architect Asher Benjamin (1773-1845). Shown are a portico, vases, and a church. Each print measures 8"L x 9.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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German Pheasant & Poultry Print, 1843
$159.00
Original hand-colored lithograph of land birds from a 1840s German natural history folio. Among the birds shown are the Pheasant, Wild Turkey, Red Junglefowl, Guineafowl, and Curassow. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the legend, which identifies the German and Latin names of the birds shown on the print.
 
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Costumes of Portugal, 1930
$95.00
Original pochoir print from a 1930s folio of costumes of Spain and Portugal. Shown is an example of fashion worn by men on Madeira Island, the main island in Portugal's Madeira archipelago off Africa's northwest coast. Based on an illustration by the French fashion artist Emile Gallois (1882-1965). Pochoir was a method of print making popular in the early 1900s to color prints using stencils. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Scenes of Spain, Pair
$105.00
Pair of original 1870s woodblock engravings from a folio of European landscapes. Shown are two scenes in Spain: views around Madrid and "a ticket in the shade" at a bullfight in Seville. Each print, 8"L x 11"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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British Trees by James Sowerby, Pair
$109.00
Pair of 1804 hand-colored engravings of British trees based on illustrations by James Sowerby (1757-1822), one of the best known English naturalists and illustrators of his time. Shown are the Common Currant and Bird Cherry. Each print measures 5"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text.
 
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19th-C. Bunting & Finch Prints, Pair
$149.00
Pair of original engravings with added hand-coloring of land birds from a 1870s history of British birds. Shown are the Cirl Bunting (aka the French Yellow Hammer) and Greenfinch. Each print measures 6.5"L x 10"H. Engravings by Benjamin Fawcett, the only major English color printer of the 19th century to spend his entire career outside of London. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying text pages.
 
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British Seashell Prints, S/3
$155.00
Set of three hand-colored lithographs from a 1860s folio of British seashells illustrated by George Sowerby (1788-1854). The seashells shown include Defrancia, Cockle (Cardium), and Helix. Sowerby was a British naturalist, artist, and conchologist and the son of James Sowerby, one of the best known British botanical artists. The Latin name of the shells shown are listed at the base of the print. Each print: 5"L x 7.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Original 1830s hand-colored engravings of Orchids published in the British horticultural journal "The Botanical Register." Shown are the Straw-coloured Cyrtochilum (Mexico) and Loddiges' Cirrhaea (Brasil). Based on illustrations by Miss Sarah Drake (1803-1857), one of the most prolific of the Victorian botanical artists. Each print: 6"L x 9.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original pages of text.
 
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Original hand colored engraving of the Tall Mushroom (Agaricus procerus) from Flora Londonensis c. 1800. This folio was compiled by the English botanist William Curtis (1746-1799) and featured plants that grew wild within a 10 mile radius of London. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original text page authored by the botanist Sir William Hooker.
 
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1890s German Anemone Print
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Original chromolithograph print of Anemones from a 1890s German encyclopedia. Displayed in a conservation mat that fits a standard size frame. Image, 8.5"L x 6"H; overall, 16"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of text that identifies each of the Anemone by their Latin name.
 
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19th-C. British Seaweed Prints, S/3
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Set of three early-19th-century hand-colored engravings of seaweed, based on illustrations by James Sowerby (1757-1822), one of the best known English naturalists and illustrators of his time. Shown are the Grape-seed Fucus (1801), Feather Laver (1812) and Scarlet Conserva (1802). Each print: 5"L x 8"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of accompanying text.
 
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Romantic Encounter in Tivoli, 1816
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Original early-1800s engraving based on an illustration by the Roman-born artist Bartolomeo Pinelli (1781-1835), known for his work depicting Italian customs and costumes. Print is titled "Falling in love" and features fashions found in Tivoli. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Alstroemeria Botanical Print, 1826
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Original hand-colored engraving published in 1826 by the British horticultural journal "The Botanical Register." Shown is the Red Speckled-flower Alstroemeria, a plant native to Chile. Based on an illustration by M. Hart, a frequent contributor to the journal. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original text page. Minor fold in middle of print.
 
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1800s Miter Seashell Engraving
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Original hand-colored engraving from the first half of the 1800s of a variety of Miter seashells. Print has a legend with the names of the shells shown. Conservation matted to fit a standard-size frame. Image, 5"L x 8"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Original 1923 pochoir print featuring revelers at a carnival that appeared in the Parisian fashion magazine Art-Gout-Beaute (Art-Good Taste-Beauty). Based on an illustration by the French artist Robert Polack. Displayed in a conservation mat ready for framing. Image: 6"L x 5"H; overall: 12"L x 11"H. Pochoir was a method of printmaking using stencils that was popular in the early 1900s. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Orchid Print - Cinnamon Ida, 1893
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Original chromolithograph print of a Cinnamon Ida (Lycaste cinnabarina), an orchid native to South America. From the "Iconography of Orchids" by the Belgium botanist Jean Linden (1815-1894). Chromo plate by Pieter de Pannemaeker, 19th-century Belgian artist and lithographer. Displayed in a conservation mat to fit a standard-size frame. Image, 10"L x 14"H; overall, 16"L x 20"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Victorian Pigeon Prints, Pair
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Pair of original chromolithographs of British pigeons published in the 1870s. Shown are the Blue Carrier Cock and Yellow-pied Poulter Cock. Based on works by J. W. Ludlow, a British artist known for his illustrations of domesticated birds portrayed in a natural setting. Each print measures 7.5"L x 10"H. Includes a certificate with additional information. Minor age wear in lower right margin.
 
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Crinum Lily, 1832
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Original hand colored engraving from Sertum Botanicum (Garland of Botany) published in Belgium in the early 1800s. Shown is a Crinum Lily based on an illustration by G. Severeyns, a Belgium botanical artist active in the first half of the 1800s. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original page of accompanying text.
 
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19th-C. British Orchid Prints, Pair
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Pair of 1870s lithographs of Orchids based on illustrations by the British botanical artist Anne Pratt (1806-1893). Shown are the Military Orchis, Monkey Orchis, Spotted Palmate Orchis and Lizard Orchis, among others. Each print measures 5"L x 8.5"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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19th-C. Shorebird Egg Prints, Pair
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Pair of color engravings from a 1890s guide to the nests and eggs of British birds. This series features the eggs of Shorebirds including the Dunlin and Purple Sandpiper, and Little Auk and Puffin. Each print measures 6"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the accompanying text pages.
 
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Tartans of Scottish Clans, Pair
$139.00
Pair of original color lithographs of Scottish tartan designs for the Macnaughton and Campbell clans. From a late 1800s history of the clans of the Scottish Highlands. Each print measures 7"L x 10"H. Includes a certificate with additional information. Minor paper buckling in margins.
 
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Plants Used as Foods, C. 1860
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Original 1860s hand-colored engraving of "Plants used as food" based on an illustration by the British botanical artist William Hood Fitch (1817-1892). Shown are maize, millet, taro, and buckwheat. Displayed in a conservation mat to fit a standard-size frame. Image, 5.5"L x 9.5"H; overall, 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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German Fern Print, 1843
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Original hand-colored lithograph from a 1840s German natural history folio. This botanical print shows members of the fern family. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of the legend which identifies each of the plants shown on the print.
 
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Bird Egg Prints, Pair
$119.00
Pair of color prints from an early-1900s English guide to collecting bird eggs. The legend on the print identifies each of the eggs. Shown are eggs for the Dove, Lark, Quail, Duck, Bunting, and Owl. Conservation matted to fit a standard-size frame. Each image, 4.5"L x 6.5"H; overall, 9"L x 12"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Map of South America, 1824
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Original hand-colored map of South America from Smith's General Atlas published in England in the 1820s. The atlas was described as "containing Distinct Maps of all Principal Empires, Kingdoms, and States throughout the World." Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Map of Derbyshire, C. 1945
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Original lithograph map of Derbyshire, a county in the East Midlands of England, circa 1945. Designed by the British cartographer Ernest Clegg (1876-1954). The map of the county shows cities, topography, and commerce by region. Clegg surrounds the county map with illustrations of major points of interest and historical anecdotes. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Large-flowered Japan Allspice, 1820
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Original hand-colored botanical engraving of a Large-flowered Japan Allspice (aka Wintersweet), a plant native to China. From an issue of the British horticultural journal "The Botanical Register" from the 1820s. Based on an illustration by the English botanist John Lindley (1799-1865). Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of text.
 
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19th-C. Nest & Egg Prints, Pair
$129.00
Pair of original color engravings from a 1890s folio of the nests and eggs of British birds. Shown on the prints are the Goldfinch and Blue Titmouse. Each print measures 6.5"L x 10"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and a copy of accompanying text pages.
 
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19th-C. Edible Mushroom Prints, S/2
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Pair of hand-colored lithographs from a 1860s guide to the mushrooms of England. Shown are three types of edible mushrooms from the Agaricus family - Sweatbread, Blue-legs, and Parasol mushrooms. Based on drawings by the Scottish-born botanical artist Walter Hood Fitch (1817-1892). An interesting note about this series is that owner of the guide wrote the Latin names of the mushroom in ink on each plate. Each print measures 5.5"L x 8"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
 
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Fishing at The New Yorker, S/2