Golden Prints
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    Golden Pancratium - 1822 - Prints with a Past

    $125.00  
    More Details Original hand colored engraving of the Golden Pancratium (Pancratium Amancaes), a plant native to Peru. From an issue of the British horticultural journal "The Botanical Register" from the 1820s. Based on an illustration by Sydenham Edwards, one of the most prolific English botanical artists in the early 1800s. Includes a certificate with additional information and original page of text.
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    Golden Eagle - 1878 - Prints with a Past

    $119.00  
    More Details Original chromolithograph of a Golden Eagle based on an illustration by Theodore Jasper (1814-1897), a German-born American painter and colorist. Also known as a Ring-tailed Eagle, it is an inhabitant of North America especially Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and the Adirondack region of New York. Print was part of a folio of birds of North America. Includes a certificate with additional information, and copy of accompanying text page.
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    Golden Spangled Hamburghs - C. 1880 - Prints with a Past

    $175.00  
    More Details Original lithograph from an early edition of Cassel's Poultry Book, one of the best known of the late-19th-century books on domestic fowl. Shown are Golden Spangled Hamburghs. Based on an illustration by J. W. Ludlow a British artist known for portraying birds in a natural setting, particularly poultry. Displayed in a conservation mat. Unframed. Image: 7.5"L x 10"H; overall: 13"L x 16"H. Includes a certificate with additional information.
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    1870s Eagle and Harrier Prints - Set of 2 - Prints with a Past - multi

    $155.00  
    More Details Pair of original engravings with added hand-coloring of birds of prey from an 1870s history of British birds. Shown are the Marsh Harrier and Golden Eagle. Each print measures 6.5"L x 10"H. Includes a certificate with additional information and copy of accompanying text pages.
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    Hand-Colored Moths - 1799 - Ursus Books and Prints - brown

    $105.00  
    More Details Hand-colored engraving of the Ghost Moth and Golden Swift Moth by E. Donovan from The Natural History of British Insects (Vol. 8). London, 1799. Presented in an archival mat.