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  • The Triumphal Arches, Mr. Handel’s Statue & c. in the South Walk of Vauxhall Gardens

    £495 Stock code: P01052
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    The Triumphal Arches, Mr. Handel’s Statue & c. in the South Walk of Vauxhall Gardens

    Based on the work by Samuel Wale and engraved by Benjamin Cole in 1752. Mounted and presented in a Hogarth style frame.
    Dimensions: 32.5cm (12¾") High, 43.5cm (17¼") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01052
    £495
  • Monkeys – Full-Bottom Monkey,

    £260 Each Stock code: P01303 L
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    Monkeys – Full-Bottom Monkey,

    The English Encyclopaedia was published in 1802 by George Kearsley and it gave an unusual insight into early 19th century new discoveries in zoology.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 29cm (11½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01303 L
    £260 Each
  • Monkeys – Striated Monkey, Red Tailed-Monkey,

    £260 Each Stock code: P01303 K
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    Monkeys – Striated Monkey, Red Tailed-Monkey,

    The English Encyclopaedia was published in 1802 by George Kearsley and it gave an unusual insight into early 19th century new discoveries in zoology.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 29cm (11½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01303 K
    £260 Each
  • Monkeys – Oran Otan

    £260 Each Stock code: P01303 J
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    Monkeys – Oran Otan

    The English Encyclopaedia was published in 1802 by George Kearsley and it gave an unusual insight into early 19th century new discoveries in zoology.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 29cm (11½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01303 J
    £260 Each
  • Monkeys – Great-Eared Monkey, and Fair Monkey,

    £260 Each Stock code: P01303 I
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    Monkeys – Great-Eared Monkey, and Fair Monkey,

    The English Encyclopaedia was published in 1802 by George Kearsley and it gave an unusual insight into early 19th century new discoveries in zoology.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 29cm (11½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01303 I
    £260 Each
  • Monkeys – Cochinchina Monkey,

    £260 Each Stock code: P01303 H
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    Monkeys – Cochinchina Monkey,

    The English Encyclopaedia was published in 1802 by George Kearsley and it gave an unusual insight into early 19th century new discoveries in zoology.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 29cm (11½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01303 H
    £260 Each
  • Monkeys – Oran Otan,

    £260 Each Stock code: P01303 G
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    Monkeys – Oran Otan,

    The English Encyclopaedia was published in 1802 by George Kearsley and it gave an unusual insight into early 19th century new discoveries in zoology.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 29cm (11½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01303 G
    £260 Each
  • Monkeys – Black Oran-Otan,

    £260 Each Stock code: P01303 F
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    Monkeys – Black Oran-Otan,

    The English Encyclopaedia was published in 1802 by George Kearsley and it gave an unusual insight into early 19th century new discoveries in zoology.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 29cm (11½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01303 F
    £260 Each
  • Monkeys – Dog-Faced Baboon,

    £260 Each Stock code: P01303 E
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    Monkeys – Dog-Faced Baboon,

    The English Encyclopaedia was published in 1802 by George Kearsley and it gave an unusual insight into early 19th century new discoveries in zoology.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 29cm (11½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01303 E
    £260 Each
  • Monkeys – Pygmy Ape, and Alpinus Ape,

    £260 Each Stock code: P01303 D
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    Monkeys – Pygmy Ape, and Alpinus Ape,

    The English Encyclopaedia was published in 1802 by George Kearsley and it gave an unusual insight into early 19th century new discoveries in zoology.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 29cm (11½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01303 D
    £260 Each
  • Monkeys – Hare-Lipped Monkey, and Lion-Tailed Monkey,

    £260 Each Stock code: P01303 C
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    Monkeys – Hare-Lipped Monkey, and Lion-Tailed Monkey,

    The English Encyclopaedia was published in 1802 by George Kearsley and it gave an unusual insight into early 19th century new discoveries in zoology.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 29cm (11½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01303 C
    £260 Each
  • Monkeys – Spotted, or Diana Monkey and Mona,

    £260 Each Stock code: P01303 B
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    Monkeys – Spotted, or Diana Monkey and Mona,

    The English Encyclopaedia was published in 1802 by George Kearsley and it gave an unusual insight into early 19th century new discoveries in zoology.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 29cm (11½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01303 B
    £260 Each
  • Monkeys – Horned Monkey and Four-Fingered Monkey

    £260 Each Stock code: P01303 A
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    Monkeys – Horned Monkey and Four-Fingered Monkey

    The English Encyclopaedia was published in 1802 by George Kearsley and it gave an unusual insight into early 19th century new discoveries in zoology.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 29cm (11½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01303 A
    £260 Each
  • Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, published 1729 – 1747.

    £225 Stock code: P01226 Tab.150
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    Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, published 1729 – 1747.

    Mark Catesby was born in Essex to a family owned a farm and house, Holgate, in Sudbury, Suffolk. His acquaintance with the naturalist Reverend John Ray, a leading English naturalist of the late 17th century and co-author of an early classic study on birds started Catesby’s life-long becoming interest in natural history, which he went on to study in London. His life changes when in 1712, he arrived at Williamsburg, Virginia, accompanying his married sister Elizabeth Cocke and two of her children. During his seven-year stay in Virginia that Catesby developed a passionate in the native flora and fauna. He began collecting botanical specimens, especially seeds, and sending them to friends in England and he met William Byrd II, who was an amateur naturalist, a member of the colonial Council and a Fellow of the Royal Society. When he returned to England in 1719, influential members of the Royal Society, then chaired by Sir Isaac Newton, had learned of his work in the colonies. Led by William Sherard, “one of the most celebrated botanists of the age,” members began soliciting sponsors to finance Catesby for a botanical expedition to South Carolina. By 1722, Catesby was again crossing the Atlantic to further his work in the New World. Catesby, was one of the first people to recognize how natural and man-made destruction and depredation of a species’ habitat lead to extinction. He was the first to depict birds, in conjunction with environmentally relevant plants. He returned to England in 1726, and then spent the subsequent two decades years developing his work that would eventually be published as, "The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands" It was first fully illustrated study of the natural history of North America and the most comprehensive to date. Working virtually alone, Catesby personally oversaw every aspect of the work’s production, even learning the difficult art of etching on copper plates. To finance this expensive printing project, Catesby sought subscriptions, offering his book in sections of 20 plates to be published every four months. Published in eleven sections and featuring more than 220 hand-coloured etchings. Published in eleven sections and featuring more than 220 hand-coloured etchings. He personally presented the first section to Her Majesty Queen Caroline in May 1729, and later he dedicated the first volume of the Natural History to her. Following a collapse, Mark Catesby died at his home on Old Street, London, on 23 December 1749, and he was buried in the churchyard of St Luke’s Church
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 35cm (13¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01226 Tab.150
    £225
  • Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, published 1729 – 1747.

    £225 Stock code: P01226 LXIII
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    Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, published 1729 – 1747.

    Mark Catesby was born in Essex to a family owned a farm and house, Holgate, in Sudbury, Suffolk. His acquaintance with the naturalist Reverend John Ray, a leading English naturalist of the late 17th century and co-author of an early classic study on birds started Catesby’s life-long becoming interest in natural history, which he went on to study in London. His life changes when in 1712, he arrived at Williamsburg, Virginia, accompanying his married sister Elizabeth Cocke and two of her children. During his seven-year stay in Virginia that Catesby developed a passionate in the native flora and fauna. He began collecting botanical specimens, especially seeds, and sending them to friends in England and he met William Byrd II, who was an amateur naturalist, a member of the colonial Council and a Fellow of the Royal Society. When he returned to England in 1719, influential members of the Royal Society, then chaired by Sir Isaac Newton, had learned of his work in the colonies. Led by William Sherard, “one of the most celebrated botanists of the age,” members began soliciting sponsors to finance Catesby for a botanical expedition to South Carolina. By 1722, Catesby was again crossing the Atlantic to further his work in the New World. Catesby, was one of the first people to recognize how natural and man-made destruction and depredation of a species’ habitat lead to extinction. He was the first to depict birds, in conjunction with environmentally relevant plants. He returned to England in 1726, and then spent the subsequent two decades years developing his work that would eventually be published as, "The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands" It was first fully illustrated study of the natural history of North America and the most comprehensive to date. Working virtually alone, Catesby personally oversaw every aspect of the work’s production, even learning the difficult art of etching on copper plates. To finance this expensive printing project, Catesby sought subscriptions, offering his book in sections of 20 plates to be published every four months. Published in eleven sections and featuring more than 220 hand-coloured etchings. Published in eleven sections and featuring more than 220 hand-coloured etchings. He personally presented the first section to Her Majesty Queen Caroline in May 1729, and later he dedicated the first volume of the Natural History to her. Following a collapse, Mark Catesby died at his home on Old Street, London, on 23 December 1749, and he was buried in the churchyard of St Luke’s Church
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 35cm (13¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01226 LXIII
    £225
  • Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, published 1729 – 1747.

    £225 Stock code: P01226 Tab.149
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    Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, published 1729 – 1747.

    Mark Catesby was born in Essex to a family owned a farm and house, Holgate, in Sudbury, Suffolk. His acquaintance with the naturalist Reverend John Ray, a leading English naturalist of the late 17th century and co-author of an early classic study on birds started Catesby’s life-long becoming interest in natural history, which he went on to study in London. His life changes when in 1712, he arrived at Williamsburg, Virginia, accompanying his married sister Elizabeth Cocke and two of her children. During his seven-year stay in Virginia that Catesby developed a passionate in the native flora and fauna. He began collecting botanical specimens, especially seeds, and sending them to friends in England and he met William Byrd II, who was an amateur naturalist, a member of the colonial Council and a Fellow of the Royal Society. When he returned to England in 1719, influential members of the Royal Society, then chaired by Sir Isaac Newton, had learned of his work in the colonies. Led by William Sherard, “one of the most celebrated botanists of the age,” members began soliciting sponsors to finance Catesby for a botanical expedition to South Carolina. By 1722, Catesby was again crossing the Atlantic to further his work in the New World. Catesby, was one of the first people to recognize how natural and man-made destruction and depredation of a species’ habitat lead to extinction. He was the first to depict birds, in conjunction with environmentally relevant plants. He returned to England in 1726, and then spent the subsequent two decades years developing his work that would eventually be published as, "The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands" It was first fully illustrated study of the natural history of North America and the most comprehensive to date. Working virtually alone, Catesby personally oversaw every aspect of the work’s production, even learning the difficult art of etching on copper plates. To finance this expensive printing project, Catesby sought subscriptions, offering his book in sections of 20 plates to be published every four months. Published in eleven sections and featuring more than 220 hand-coloured etchings. Published in eleven sections and featuring more than 220 hand-coloured etchings. He personally presented the first section to Her Majesty Queen Caroline in May 1729, and later he dedicated the first volume of the Natural History to her. Following a collapse, Mark Catesby died at his home on Old Street, London, on 23 December 1749, and he was buried in the churchyard of St Luke’s Church
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 35cm (13¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01226 Tab.149
    £225
  • Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, published 1729 – 1747.

    £225 Stock code: P01226 LXII
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    Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, published 1729 – 1747.

    Mark Catesby was born in Essex to a family owned a farm and house, Holgate, in Sudbury, Suffolk. His acquaintance with the naturalist Reverend John Ray, a leading English naturalist of the late 17th century and co-author of an early classic study on birds started Catesby’s life-long becoming interest in natural history, which he went on to study in London. His life changes when in 1712, he arrived at Williamsburg, Virginia, accompanying his married sister Elizabeth Cocke and two of her children. During his seven-year stay in Virginia that Catesby developed a passionate in the native flora and fauna. He began collecting botanical specimens, especially seeds, and sending them to friends in England and he met William Byrd II, who was an amateur naturalist, a member of the colonial Council and a Fellow of the Royal Society. When he returned to England in 1719, influential members of the Royal Society, then chaired by Sir Isaac Newton, had learned of his work in the colonies. Led by William Sherard, “one of the most celebrated botanists of the age,” members began soliciting sponsors to finance Catesby for a botanical expedition to South Carolina. By 1722, Catesby was again crossing the Atlantic to further his work in the New World. Catesby, was one of the first people to recognize how natural and man-made destruction and depredation of a species’ habitat lead to extinction. He was the first to depict birds, in conjunction with environmentally relevant plants. He returned to England in 1726, and then spent the subsequent two decades years developing his work that would eventually be published as, "The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands" It was first fully illustrated study of the natural history of North America and the most comprehensive to date. Working virtually alone, Catesby personally oversaw every aspect of the work’s production, even learning the difficult art of etching on copper plates. To finance this expensive printing project, Catesby sought subscriptions, offering his book in sections of 20 plates to be published every four months. Published in eleven sections and featuring more than 220 hand-coloured etchings. Published in eleven sections and featuring more than 220 hand-coloured etchings. He personally presented the first section to Her Majesty Queen Caroline in May 1729, and later he dedicated the first volume of the Natural History to her. Following a collapse, Mark Catesby died at his home on Old Street, London, on 23 December 1749, and he was buried in the churchyard of St Luke’s Church
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 35cm (13¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01226 LXII
    £225
  • Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, published 1729 – 1747.

    £225 Stock code: P01226 tab.147
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    Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, published 1729 – 1747.

    Mark Catesby was born in Essex to a family owned a farm and house, Holgate, in Sudbury, Suffolk. His acquaintance with the naturalist Reverend John Ray, a leading English naturalist of the late 17th century and co-author of an early classic study on birds started Catesby’s life-long becoming interest in natural history, which he went on to study in London. His life changes when in 1712, he arrived at Williamsburg, Virginia, accompanying his married sister Elizabeth Cocke and two of her children. During his seven-year stay in Virginia that Catesby developed a passionate in the native flora and fauna. He began collecting botanical specimens, especially seeds, and sending them to friends in England and he met William Byrd II, who was an amateur naturalist, a member of the colonial Council and a Fellow of the Royal Society. When he returned to England in 1719, influential members of the Royal Society, then chaired by Sir Isaac Newton, had learned of his work in the colonies. Led by William Sherard, “one of the most celebrated botanists of the age,” members began soliciting sponsors to finance Catesby for a botanical expedition to South Carolina. By 1722, Catesby was again crossing the Atlantic to further his work in the New World. Catesby, was one of the first people to recognize how natural and man-made destruction and depredation of a species’ habitat lead to extinction. He was the first to depict birds, in conjunction with environmentally relevant plants. He returned to England in 1726, and then spent the subsequent two decades years developing his work that would eventually be published as, "The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands" It was first fully illustrated study of the natural history of North America and the most comprehensive to date. Working virtually alone, Catesby personally oversaw every aspect of the work’s production, even learning the difficult art of etching on copper plates. To finance this expensive printing project, Catesby sought subscriptions, offering his book in sections of 20 plates to be published every four months. Published in eleven sections and featuring more than 220 hand-coloured etchings. Published in eleven sections and featuring more than 220 hand-coloured etchings. He personally presented the first section to Her Majesty Queen Caroline in May 1729, and later he dedicated the first volume of the Natural History to her. Following a collapse, Mark Catesby died at his home on Old Street, London, on 23 December 1749, and he was buried in the churchyard of St Luke’s Church
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 35cm (13¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01226 tab.147
    £225
  • Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, published 1729 – 1747.

    £225 Stock code: P01226 tab.146
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    Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands, published 1729 – 1747.

    Mark Catesby was born in Essex to a family owned a farm and house, Holgate, in Sudbury, Suffolk. His acquaintance with the naturalist Reverend John Ray, a leading English naturalist of the late 17th century and co-author of an early classic study on birds started Catesby’s life-long becoming interest in natural history, which he went on to study in London. His life changes when in 1712, he arrived at Williamsburg, Virginia, accompanying his married sister Elizabeth Cocke and two of her children. During his seven-year stay in Virginia that Catesby developed a passionate in the native flora and fauna. He began collecting botanical specimens, especially seeds, and sending them to friends in England and he met William Byrd II, who was an amateur naturalist, a member of the colonial Council and a Fellow of the Royal Society. When he returned to England in 1719, influential members of the Royal Society, then chaired by Sir Isaac Newton, had learned of his work in the colonies. Led by William Sherard, “one of the most celebrated botanists of the age,” members began soliciting sponsors to finance Catesby for a botanical expedition to South Carolina. By 1722, Catesby was again crossing the Atlantic to further his work in the New World. Catesby, was one of the first people to recognize how natural and man-made destruction and depredation of a species’ habitat lead to extinction. He was the first to depict birds, in conjunction with environmentally relevant plants. He returned to England in 1726, and then spent the subsequent two decades years developing his work that would eventually be published as, "The Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands" It was first fully illustrated study of the natural history of North America and the most comprehensive to date. Working virtually alone, Catesby personally oversaw every aspect of the work’s production, even learning the difficult art of etching on copper plates. To finance this expensive printing project, Catesby sought subscriptions, offering his book in sections of 20 plates to be published every four months. Published in eleven sections and featuring more than 220 hand-coloured etchings. Published in eleven sections and featuring more than 220 hand-coloured etchings. He personally presented the first section to Her Majesty Queen Caroline in May 1729, and later he dedicated the first volume of the Natural History to her. Following a collapse, Mark Catesby died at his home on Old Street, London, on 23 December 1749, and he was buried in the churchyard of St Luke’s Church
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 35cm (13¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01226 tab.146
    £225
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Roe Buck, The Hart,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 Z
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Roe Buck, The Hart,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 Z
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Merlin, The Honey Buzzard,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 Y
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Merlin, The Honey Buzzard,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 Y
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Kite, The Mountain Falcon,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 X
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Kite, The Mountain Falcon,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 X
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – An Ape, The Bear Ape, The Fox Ape,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 W
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – An Ape, The Bear Ape, The Fox Ape,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 W
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Porcupine, A Badger, A Hedg Hog,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 V
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Porcupine, A Badger, A Hedg Hog,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 V
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Jay, The Toucan, The Roller,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 U
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Jay, The Toucan, The Roller,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 U
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Robin Red Breast, Sky Lark,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 T
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Robin Red Breast, Sky Lark,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 T
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Turtle Dove, Stock Dove, Runt, Cropper, Broad-Tail’d Shaker,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 P
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Turtle Dove, Stock Dove, Runt, Cropper, Broad-Tail’d Shaker,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 P
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Marsh Titmouse, A Wren, Crested Titmouse, Blue Titmouse, Indian Sparrow, Long-Tailed Titmouse,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 O
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Marsh Titmouse, A Wren, Crested Titmouse, Blue Titmouse, Indian Sparrow, Long-Tailed Titmouse,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 O
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – The Ounce, A Rompo, A Buffalo

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 N
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – The Ounce, A Rompo, A Buffalo

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 N
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – The Vulture, The Buzzard,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 M
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – The Vulture, The Buzzard,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 M
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Sterling, Ring Ouzel, Black Martin, The Martin,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 L
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Sterling, Ring Ouzel, Black Martin, The Martin,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 L
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Opossum, The Potto, The Coati Mondi, The Tatus,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 K
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Opossum, The Potto, The Coati Mondi, The Tatus,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 K
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Turkey, A Cock, A Pheasant’,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 J
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Turkey, A Cock, A Pheasant’,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 J
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Baboon, Monkeys,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 I
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Baboon, Monkeys,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 I
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Kingfisher, Hoopoe, Bee-Eater, Water Ouzel,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 H
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Kingfisher, Hoopoe, Bee-Eater, Water Ouzel,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 H
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Mastiff, A Bull Dog, A Greyhound,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 G
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Mastiff, A Bull Dog, A Greyhound,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 G
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – The Camelopardal, A Rain Deer,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 F
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – The Camelopardal, A Rain Deer,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 F
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Ruff, Tamatia, Coot,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 E
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Ruff, Tamatia, Coot,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 E
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Raven, A Crow,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 D
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Raven, A Crow,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 D
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Crocodile,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 C
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Crocodile,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 24cm (9½") High, 30.5cm (12") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 C
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – Virginian Nightingale,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 B
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – Virginian Nightingale,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 B
    £220 each
  • Early British natural history copper engravings – A Civet Cat, A Gennet Cat, A Pole Cat, A Common Cat,

    £220 each Stock code: P01283 Q
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    Early British natural history copper engravings – A Civet Cat, A Gennet Cat, A Pole Cat, A Common Cat,

    Francis Barlow (c. 1626 – 1704) was an English painter, etcher, and illustrator.
    Dimensions: 30.5cm (12") High, 24cm (9½") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01283 Q
    £220 each
  • Piranesi, Diverse maniere d’adornare i cammini ed ogni altra parte degli edifizi desunte dall’architettura egizia, Etrusca e Greca,

    £200 Stock code: P01305 H
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    Piranesi, Diverse maniere d’adornare i cammini ed ogni altra parte degli edifizi desunte dall’architettura egizia, Etrusca e Greca,

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 70cm (27½") High, 85cm (33½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 H
    £200
  • Piranesi, Designs for furniture, 1769

    £200 Stock code: P01305 I
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    Piranesi, Designs for furniture, 1769

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 70cm (27½") High, 85cm (33½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 I
    £200
  • Piranesi, Designs for furniture, 1769

    £200 Stock code: P01305 B
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    Piranesi, Designs for furniture, 1769

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 70cm (27½") High, 85cm (33½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 B
    £200
  • Piranesi, Designs for furniture, 1769

    £200 Stock code: P01305 D
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    Piranesi, Designs for furniture, 1769

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 70cm (27½") High, 85cm (33½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 D
    £200
  • Piranesi, Different shells thought to inspire the forms of Etruscan vases, 1769

    £200 Stock code: P01305 C
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    Piranesi, Different shells thought to inspire the forms of Etruscan vases, 1769

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 70cm (27½") High, 85cm (33½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 C
    £200
  • Pompei Interior, copper-engravings published 1796

    £200 Stock code: P01305 Q
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    Pompei Interior, copper-engravings published 1796

    From a London interior design project
    Dimensions: 85cm (33½") High, 70cm (27½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 Q
    £200
  • Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Design for a Fireplace, published 1769.

    £200 Stock code: P01305 F
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    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Design for a Fireplace, published 1769.

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 70cm (27½") High, 85cm (33½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 F
    £200
  • Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Design for a Fireplace, published 1769.

    £200 Stock code: P01305 R
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    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Design for a Fireplace, published 1769.

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 70cm (27½") High, 85cm (33½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 R
    £200
  • Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Design for a Fireplace, published 1769.

    £200 Stock code: P01305 S
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    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Design for a Fireplace, published 1769.

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 70cm (27½") High, 85cm (33½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 S
    £200
  • Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Design for a Fireplace, published 1769.

    £200 Stock code: P01305 L
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    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Design for a Fireplace, published 1769.

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 70cm (27½") High, 85cm (33½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 L
    £200
  • Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Design for an Egyptian style Fireplace, published 1769.

    £200 Stock code: P01305 K
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    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Design for an Egyptian style Fireplace, published 1769.

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 85cm (33½") High, 70cm (27½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 K
    £200
  • Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Designs for two Fireplaces, published 1769.

    £200 Stock code: P01305 O
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    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Designs for two Fireplaces, published 1769.

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 85cm (33½") High, 70cm (27½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 O
    £200
  • Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Designs for two Fireplaces, published 1769.

    £200 Stock code: P01305 P
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    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Designs for two Fireplaces, published 1769.

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 85cm (33½") High, 70cm (27½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 P
    £200
  • Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Designs for two Fireplaces, published 1769.

    £200 Stock code: P01305 T
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    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Designs for two Fireplaces, published 1769.

    Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was an etcher, engraver, designer, architect, archaeologist, and theorist.
    Dimensions: 85cm (33½") High, 70cm (27½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 T
    £200
  • Pompei Interior, copper-engravings published 1796

    £200 Stock code: P01305 G
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    Pompei Interior, copper-engravings published 1796

    From a London interior design project
    Dimensions: 85cm (33½") High, 70cm (27½") Wide, 4cm (1½") Deep
    Stock code: P01305 G
    £200
  • 18th Century French Engravings of Dogs

    £175 each Stock code: P01266 O
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    18th Century French Engravings of Dogs

    Published for, Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière (1749–1804), which was the first modern attempt to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology.
    Dimensions: 36cm (14¼") High, 31cm (12¼") Wide, 13cm (5") Deep
    Stock code: P01266 O
    £175 each
  • 18th Century French Engravings of Dogs

    £175 each Stock code: P01266 N
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    18th Century French Engravings of Dogs

    Published for, Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière (1749–1804), which was the first modern attempt to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology.
    Dimensions: 36cm (14¼") High, 31cm (12¼") Wide, 13cm (5") Deep
    Stock code: P01266 N
    £175 each
  • 18th Century French Engravings of Dogs

    £175 each Stock code: P01266 M
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    18th Century French Engravings of Dogs

    Published for, Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière (1749–1804), which was the first modern attempt to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology.
    Dimensions: 36cm (14¼") High, 31cm (12¼") Wide, 13cm (5") Deep
    Stock code: P01266 M
    £175 each
  • 18th Century French Engravings of Dogs

    £175 each Stock code: P01266 E
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    18th Century French Engravings of Dogs

    Published for, Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière (1749–1804), which was the first modern attempt to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology.
    Dimensions: 36cm (14¼") High, 31cm (12¼") Wide, 13cm (5") Deep
    Stock code: P01266 E
    £175 each
  • Snakes engravings published c1860

    £160 each Stock code: P01048 Pl. 9
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    Snakes engravings published c1860

    Charles Henry Dessalines d'Orbigny was a French botanist and geologist specializing in the Tertiary of France. He was the younger brother of French naturalist and South American explorer, Alcide d'Orbigny. At the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, d'Orbigny identified many of the flowering plant species returned to France from his brother's natural history collecting journeys through South America.
    Dimensions: 39cm (15¼") High, 30cm (11¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01048 Pl. 9
    £160 each
  • Snakes engravings published c1860

    £160 each Stock code: P01048 Pl. 7
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    Snakes engravings published c1860

    Charles Henry Dessalines d'Orbigny was a French botanist and geologist specializing in the Tertiary of France. He was the younger brother of French naturalist and South American explorer, Alcide d'Orbigny. At the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, d'Orbigny identified many of the flowering plant species returned to France from his brother's natural history collecting journeys through South America.
    Dimensions: 39cm (15¼") High, 30cm (11¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01048 Pl. 7
    £160 each
  • Snakes engravings published c1860

    £160 each Stock code: P01048 Pl. 8
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    Snakes engravings published c1860

    Charles Henry Dessalines d'Orbigny was a French botanist and geologist specializing in the Tertiary of France. He was the younger brother of French naturalist and South American explorer, Alcide d'Orbigny. At the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, d'Orbigny identified many of the flowering plant species returned to France from his brother's natural history collecting journeys through South America.
    Dimensions: 39cm (15¼") High, 30cm (11¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01048 Pl. 8
    £160 each
  • Snakes engravings published c1860

    £160 each Stock code: P01048 Pl. 13
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    Snakes engravings published c1860

    Charles Henry Dessalines d'Orbigny was a French botanist and geologist specializing in the Tertiary of France. He was the younger brother of French naturalist and South American explorer, Alcide d'Orbigny. At the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, d'Orbigny identified many of the flowering plant species returned to France from his brother's natural history collecting journeys through South America.
    Dimensions: 39cm (15¼") High, 30cm (11¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01048 Pl. 13
    £160 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 W
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Didelphys Orientalis Pall.'
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 W
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 V
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Viverra tigrina'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 V
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 U
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Viverra Zibetha Linn'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 U
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 T
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Canis Lagopus Linn.'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 T
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 S
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Die Zahme Katze'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 S
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 R
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Viverra Civetta Buff.'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 R
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 Q
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Mustela Lutra Linn.'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 Q
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 P
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Canis Lagopus Linn.'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 P
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 O
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Der Ziegenbock.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 O
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 M
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Canis Mesomelas.'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 M
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 K
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Mustela Lutra Linn. canadensis'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 K
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 J
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Canis Lupus Linn.'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 J
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 I
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Canis aureus Linn'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 I
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 G
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Viverra Genetta Linn'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 G
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 F
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Dasyprocta prymnolopha Wglr.'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 F
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 X
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Phalangista Petaurus'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 X
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 D
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Felis Yaguarondi Azar'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 D
    £150 each
  • De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    £150 each Stock code: P01300 C
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    De Buffon, 18th Century natural history,

    Animal prints, based on he work of Georges-Louis Leclerc, count de Buffon, who attempted to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication. Published c1740, Latin and German text. Presented in faux bamboo frames. 'Viverra caudivolvula Pali'.
    Dimensions: 38cm (15") High, 32cm (12½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01300 C
    £150 each
  • Natural history copper-engravings published c1810,

    £85 each Stock code: P01049 Tarantula
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    Natural history copper-engravings published c1810,

    John Wilkes Encyclopaedia Londinensis, or universal dictionary of arts, sciences and literature was published in London between 1796-1828. This was an ambitious work that included many components such as natural history, architecture and maps. 'Aranea. The Avicularia Tarantula, and Aculcata Spider'.
    Dimensions: 30cm (11¾") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01049 Tarantula
    £85 each
  • Natural history copper-engravings published c1810,

    £85 each Stock code: P01049 Aranea Pl. I
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    Natural history copper-engravings published c1810,

    John Wilkes Encyclopaedia Londinensis, or universal dictionary of arts, sciences and literature was published in London between 1796-1828. This was an ambitious work that included many components such as natural history, architecture and maps. 'Aranea. The Fasciata or Barbary Spider'.
    Dimensions: 30cm (11¾") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01049 Aranea Pl. I
    £85 each
  • Natural history copper-engravings published c1810,

    £85 each Stock code: P01049 Cerambix
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    Natural history copper-engravings published c1810,

    John Wilkes Encyclopaedia Londinensis, or universal dictionary of arts, sciences and literature was published in London between 1796-1828. This was an ambitious work that included many components such as natural history, architecture and maps. 'Cerambix. The Gigantic Cerambix of Cayenne contrasted with the smaller species'.
    Dimensions: 30cm (11¾") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01049 Cerambix
    £85 each
  • Natural history copper-engravings published c1810,

    £85 each Stock code: P01049 Locusts Pl. III
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    Natural history copper-engravings published c1810,

    John Wilkes Encyclopaedia Londinensis, or universal dictionary of arts, sciences and literature was published in London between 1796-1828. This was an ambitious work that included many components such as natural history, architecture and maps. 'Gryllus. Locusts of the fifth division'.
    Dimensions: 30cm (11¾") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 3cm (1¼") Deep
    Stock code: P01049 Locusts Pl. III
    £85 each
  • Natural history copper-engravings published c1810

    £85 each Stock code: P01049 Locusts Pl. I
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    Natural history copper-engravings published c1810

    John Wilkes Encyclopaedia Londinensis, or universal dictionary of arts, sciences and literature was published in London between 1796-1828. This was an ambitious work that included many components such as natural history, architecture and maps. 'Gryllus. Curious Species of the three first Divisions of Locusts'.
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