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19th-C. Beet, Celery and Tomatoe

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19th-C. Beet, Celery and Tomatoe
19th-C. Beet, Celery and Tomatoe
19th-C. Beet, Celery and Tomatoe
19th-C. Beet, Celery and Tomatoe

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Antique; 19th century
Very Good; edges worn, small tears to edges, pieces of old tape on rear
ink on paper
10.75" L x 8" W

Why We Love This

Chromolithograph from a seed catalog from the late-19th century. The Market Gardeners Beet, New Giant Pascal Celery, New Ignotum Tomato. Philadelphia: Wm. Henry Maule, circa 1890. On the back is an advertisement for the book How to Make the Garden Pay by Wm. Henry Maule. Unframed.
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About Ursus Books and Prints

Established in 1972, New York-based Ursus Books and Prints serves clients throughout the world. We provide a comprehensive selection of art books, rare books in all fields, and fine antique decorative prints.