Bird Prints
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    19th-C. Exotic Bird Print - Adam Babicz Antiques - multi; frame, brown/gold

    $195.00  
    More Details Antique English print of an exotic bird. Displayed under glass in a birdseye maple frame with a gilded fillet. Image: 5"L x 8"H. Old English shipping label on back. Some wear on frame.
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    19th-C. Canary Prints - Set of 2 - Prints with a Past - multi

    $132.00  
    More Details Pair of original 1880 lithographs of the Scotch Fancy and Norwich Canaries from an English folio of cage birds. Based on illustrations by the British natural history artist Joseph Ludlow (1840-1915) whose specialty was birds. Each print measures 7.5"L x 10"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
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    The Hooded Merganser Print - 1902 - Prints with a Past - multi

    $95.00  
    More Details Original lithograph of the Hooded Merganser from a 1902 folio of the wildlife of New York. Shown are the Male and Female. Based on an illustration by Louis Fuertes (1874-1927), American ornithologist, illustrator, and artist. Fuertes is considered one of the most prolific American bird illustrators preceded only by John James Audubon. Includes a certificate with additional information.
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    Young Naturalist's Botanical Print - 1830 - Prints with a Past

    $115.00  
    More Details 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 mahogany, lemon, tulip tree, beech, cypress and caper. 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 ...
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    Belgian Fern Print - 1887 - Prints with a Past - green/brown

    $145.00  
    More Details Original lithograph print from an 1880s issue of the Belgian journal "L'Illustration Horticule." Shown is the Bird's-nest Fern (Asplenium falcatum). Based on a illustration by Pieter de Pannemaeker, noted 19th-century Belgium artist and lithographer. Includes a certificate with additional information, and original page of accompanying text.
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    Grey-breasted Parrakeet - 1884 - Prints with a Past - multi; mat: beige w/ gold lining

    $185.00  
    More Details Original 1880s chromolithograph print from "Parrots in Captivity," the definitive work on tropical birds by W.T. Greene published in the late 1800s. Based on an illustration by the British naturalist artist Alexander Lydon. Shown is the Grey-breasted Parrakeet (aka the Quaker or Monte Video Parrakeet). Conservation matted to fit a standard-size frame. Image, 6"L x 9"H; overall, 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and accompanying text pages.
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    19th-C. Puffin Print - Prints with a Past - multi; mat: beige with gold lining

    $115.00  
    More Details Original 1870s lithograph of a Puffin from an English guide to birds of the world. The Puffins are a type of seabird that breeds in large colonies on coastal cliffs or offshore islands. Displayed in a standard-size conservation mat. Unframed. Image: 6.5"L x 10"H; overall: 12"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
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    1880s Maps of the Continents - Set of 2 - Prints with a Past - ivory/multi

    $175.00  
    More Details Pair of original gravure maps from a 1880s French natural history folio of mammals, birds, scientific methods, and geography. Shown are two views of the continents - New (North and South America) and Ancient (Europe, Asia and Africa). Interestingly, California is shown as an extended Baja peninsula. Each map, 6.5"L x 9"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
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    Shorebird Lithograph - 1843 - Prints with a Past - multi

    $155.00  
    More Details Original hand-colored lithograph of Shorebirds from a 1840s German natural history folio. Among the birds shown are the Pelican, King Penguin, Merganser, Atlantic Puffin, Petrel, Black Skimmer, and Red-billed Tropicbird. 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.