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Antique chromolithograph showing the constellations "Centaur, Lupus, Crux,
Musca Borealis" from Charles Blunt's "The Beauty of the Heavens" (London, 1845). Overall print size: 6.25"H x 8"L including margins. Displayed in an acid-free, standard 11"H x 14"L mat.
Chromolithograph of a vertical rose-flamed tulip. Printed in
London by Blunt, 1950. Displayed in a handmade mat with a gold line. Fits a standard-size frame. Includes archival sleeve, museum board, and information card. Mat opening, 3.75"L x 6"H.
Pearch with lures, an unusual hand-colored engraving. Printed
in London, 1801. Displayed with a handmade mat with gold line. Fits in standard-size frame. Includes archival sleeve, museum board and information card. Mat opening, 5.12"L x 8.25"H.