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  • Large mid-nineteenth century gilt mantel-mirror,

    £8,500 Stock code: 79190
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    Large mid-nineteenth century gilt mantel-mirror,

    with elaborate feather, cabochon and foliate cresting in the Rococo style, the frame with trails of foliage, flowers and acanthus fronds surrounding original plate-glass mirror.
    Dimensions: 213cm (83¾") High, 168.5cm (66¼") Wide
    Stock code: 79190
    £8,500
  • Pair of Regency rosewood pier tables,

    £8,500 Stock code: 79027
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    Pair of Regency rosewood pier tables,

    with statuary marble tops supported by gilt Tuscan columns, with pilasters to the rear flanking mirrored backs, on plinth bases.
    Dimensions: 96cm (37¾") High, 89cm (35") Wide, 42.5cm (16¾") Deep
    Stock code: 79027
    £8,500
  • Large nineteenth century Rococo giltwood console table,

    £8,250 Stock code: 78698
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    Large nineteenth century Rococo giltwood console table,

    with shaped and moulded Carrara marble top, the table boldly carved with c and s scrolls, trails and festoons of foliage and a cabochon to the centre. on scrolled feet. English c.1850.
    Dimensions: 94cm (37") High, 203cm (80") Wide, 53cm (20¾") Deep, marble top is 183.5 cm wide x 50 cm deep
    Stock code: 78698
    £8,250
  • Fine nineteenth century brass and iron firegrate,

    £7,500 Stock code: 79260
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    Fine nineteenth century brass and iron firegrate,

    the serpentine railed basket flanked by double column supports, each with urn finial, the elegant engraved and fret-cut serpentine apron set between grouped columnar standards. Restored, brass can be repolished if required.
    Dimensions: 74.5cm (29¼") High, 98cm (38½") Wide, 47.5cm (18¾") Deep
    Stock code: 79260
    £7,500
  • Early nineteenth century Devonian Petitor bull’s-eye chimneypiece,

    £5,500 Stock code: 79184
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    Early nineteenth century Devonian Petitor bull’s-eye chimneypiece,

    the jambs and frieze cushion moulded, with central specimen tablet flanked by convex roundel corner blocks.
    Dimensions: 108.5cm (42¾") High, 136cm (53½") Wide, 30.5cm (12") Deep, Opening width 91.5 cm x 87 cm high, Outside jamb to jamb 127.5 cm
    Stock code: 79184
    £5,500
  • Nineteenth century engraved steel and iron fire grate,

    £5,250 Stock code: NF0303
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    Nineteenth century engraved steel and iron fire grate,

    with pierced serpentine fret and bold urn finials.
    Dimensions: 73.5cm (29") High, 75cm (29½") Wide, 37cm (14½") Deep
    Stock code: NF0303
    £5,250
  • Nineteenth century marble statue of Summer,

    £5,000 Stock code: 79300
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    Nineteenth century marble statue of Summer,

    Italian, in the manner of Andrea Bertozzi, attractively weathered.
    Dimensions: 132cm (52") High, 40.5cm (16") Wide, 35cm (13¾") Deep, Base 35 cm x 35 cm
    Stock code: 79300
    £5,000
  • Early nineteenth century Regency slate fireplace

    £3,750 Stock code: NF0233
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    Early nineteenth century Regency slate fireplace

    the plain shelf above confidently moulded frieze and jambs, with convex roundel end-blocks.
    Dimensions: 117cm (46") High, 151cm (59½") Wide, 22cm (8¾") Deep, Opening width 90.5 cm x 95.5 cm high, Outside Jamb to Jamb 129.5 cm
    Stock code: NF0233
    £3,750
  • A 15sqm parcel of wide Georgian pine floorboards,

    £3,200 Stock code: 46761
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    A 15sqm parcel of wide Georgian pine floorboards,

    in widths between 8 1/2" and 9", most boards longer than 2m with lengths up to around 3m, with old stain to the surface, de-nailed (some metal remains in the boards) and trimmed ready for use,
    Dimensions: 22cm (8¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: 46761
    £3,200
  • Nineteenth century overmantel mirror,

    £3,000 Stock code: 79143
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    Nineteenth century overmantel mirror,

    giltwood and composition, the frame elaborately formed of vines laden with grapes, surmounted by foliate cresting, with some losses to the composition, the plate-glass with heavy foxing.
    Dimensions: 153cm (60¼") High, 160cm (63") Wide, 11cm (4¼") Deep
    Stock code: 79143
    £3,000
  • Nineteenth century pollard oak bookcase,

    £2,950 Stock code: 79237
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    Nineteenth century pollard oak bookcase,

    with bold egg and dart undermould, the doors with brass grills enclosing adjustable interior shelving, on sledge feet.
    Dimensions: 109cm (43") High, 159.5cm (62¾") Wide, 43cm (17") Deep
    Stock code: 79237
    £2,950
  • Antique English wrought iron firegrate,

    £2,800 Stock code: 79302
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    Antique English wrought iron firegrate,

    the shaped rail basket centred by knopped finial, all raised on baluster feet.
    Dimensions: 51cm (20") High, 45cm (17¾") Wide, 28cm (11") Deep
    Stock code: 79302
    £2,800
  • Nineteenth century cast iron coal grate

    £2,500 Stock code: BB087
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    Nineteenth century cast iron coal grate

    the handles formed as scrolled serpents, the urn grate with swagged pelmets flanking oval paterae, on plinth base.
    Dimensions: 59cm (23¼") High, 51cm (20") Wide, 30cm (11¾") Deep, Base is 25 cm x 32 cm
    Stock code: BB087
    £2,500
  • Nineteenth century French bronze of Sappho

    £1,950 Stock code: NF0252
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    Nineteenth century French bronze of Sappho

    after Jean-Jacques Pradier (French, 1790-1852)
    Dimensions: 22.5cm (8¾") High, 29.5cm (11½") Wide, 15cm (6") Deep
    Stock code: NF0252
    £1,950
  • Pair of nineteenth century bronze table lamps,

    £1,800 the pair Stock code: NF0331
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    Pair of nineteenth century bronze table lamps,

    re-wired and PAT tested.
    Dimensions: 50cm (19¾") High, 54.5cm (21½") At Highest, 17cm (6¾") Wide
    Stock code: NF0331
    £1,800 the pair
  • An antique Persian Jaf Kurd rug,

    £1,200 Stock code: 46409
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    An antique Persian Jaf Kurd rug,

    the diamond pattern drawn with running hook design in red, pink and indigo, within the ivory border of repeating cruciforms; the black dyed wool, aged to green in places, corroded in areas and later stitched-over in green,
    Dimensions: 132cm (52") Wide, 251cm (98¾") Long
    Stock code: 46409
    £1,200
  • Nineteenth century bronze of Napoleon Bonaparte,

    £1,000 Stock code: 78968
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    Nineteenth century bronze of Napoleon Bonaparte,

    the bust stood on socle and pedestal base.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 12cm (4¾") Wide, 8cm (3¼") Deep, base is 8 cm x 8 cm
    Stock code: 78968
    £1,000
  • Pair of nineteenth century faux-bamboo side chairs,

    £975 the pair Stock code: 79238
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    Pair of nineteenth century faux-bamboo side chairs,

    turned beechwood with caned seat panels, with cushions.
    Dimensions: 85cm (33½") High, 44cm (17¼") Wide, 46cm (18") Deep, Seat depth 38 cm
    Stock code: 79238
    £975 the pair
  • Nineteenth century mahogany chest of drawers,

    £900 Stock code: 79154
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    Nineteenth century mahogany chest of drawers,

    the graduated drawers with historic replacement brasses (one ring pull differs)
    Dimensions: 105cm (41¼") High, 111cm (43¾") Wide, 54.5cm (21½") Deep
    Stock code: 79154
    £900
  • Ramsgate Sands by William Powell Frith

    £900 Stock code: AD1398
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    Ramsgate Sands by William Powell Frith

    Original steel engraving published 1854. Presented in a gilt frame with lower margin title, trimmed to the image area
    Dimensions: 69cm (27¼") High, 117cm (46") Wide, 5cm (2") Deep
    Stock code: AD1398
    £900
  • Pair of nineteenth century French bronze andirons

    £850 Stock code: k002
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    Pair of nineteenth century French bronze andirons

    finely modelled, with eagle mount to the front, raised on claw and ball feet.
    Dimensions: 24.5cm (9¾") High, 19.5cm (7¾") Wide, 22cm (8¾") Deep, each
    Stock code: k002
    £850
  • Pair of nineteenth century Neo-classical tool rests

    £750 Stock code: k014
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    Pair of nineteenth century Neo-classical tool rests

    brass and steel, the classical urn and rests with greek-key frieze.
    Dimensions: 28cm (11") High, 21cm (8¼") Wide, 12.5cm (5") Deep
    Stock code: k014
    £750
  • Set of nineteenth century brass door knobs,

    £650 the set of five pairs Stock code: 79332
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    Set of nineteenth century brass door knobs,

    five pairs to the set, with central bull's eye boss to the patinated knobs.
    Dimensions: 6cm (2¼") High, 7cm (2¾") Wide
    Stock code: 79332
    £650 the set of five pairs
  • Nineteenth century French door handles by ‘H. Dandois’

    £600 the set Stock code: k208
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    Nineteenth century French door handles by ‘H. Dandois’

    brass, with elegant ovoid handles and reeded border back-plates. Four pairs to the set.
    Dimensions: 27.5cm (10¾") High, 4.5cm (1¾") Wide, 5.5cm (2¼") Deep, each
    Stock code: k208
    £600 the set
  • Large nineteenth century brass bell pull

    £450 Stock code: 79393
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    Large nineteenth century brass bell pull

    with sprung handle
    Dimensions: 20.5cm (8") Wide
    Stock code: 79393
    £450
  • Nineteenth century brass fender

    £450 Stock code: BB102
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    Nineteenth century brass fender

    in the neo-classical taste, with oval paterae and urns surmounted the tapered and knopped uprights.
    Dimensions: 50.5cm (20") High, 135.5cm (53¼") Wide, 37cm (14½") Deep
    Stock code: BB102
    £450
  • George III brass serpentine fender

    £425 Stock code: k003
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    George III brass serpentine fender

    with engraved fret-cut decoration, c.1780-1800
    Dimensions: 11.5cm (4½") High, 110cm (43¼") Wide, 12cm (4¾") Deep
    Stock code: k003
    £425
  • Nineteenth century brass chimneypiece jamb hook

    £400 Stock code: k095
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    Nineteenth century brass chimneypiece jamb hook

    with urn finial and elaborately shaped wall-plate.
    Dimensions: 19cm (7½") High, 15.5cm (6") Wide, 17.5cm (7") Deep
    Stock code: k095
    £400
  • Victorian brass and iron umbrella stand

    £375 Stock code: k001
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    Victorian brass and iron umbrella stand

    intended for use in a corner, with brass finials, c.1890
    Dimensions: 61cm (24") High, 40cm (15¾") Wide, 30cm (11¾") Deep
    Stock code: k001
    £375
  • Bandō Kakitsu I, an actor by Baido Kunimasa

    £350 Stock code: P01306 H
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    Bandō Kakitsu I, an actor by Baido Kunimasa

    R/H section of a triptych depicting the actor Bandō Kakitsu I playing a karinto merchant in the play Chitose-za shin kyogen Tsuki shiraha bonji horimono.
    Dimensions: 52cm (20½") High, 40cm (15¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01306 H
    £350
  • Samurai Warlord, Hatakeyama Shigetada by Utagawa Kunimune

    £350 Stock code: P01306 G
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    Samurai Warlord, Hatakeyama Shigetada by Utagawa Kunimune

    Hatakeyama Shigetada, was a warrior of the early Kamakura Period (1185-1333) famed for his virtue and bravery.
    Dimensions: 52cm (20½") High, 40cm (15¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01306 G
    £350
  • Pedicure by Torii Kiyohiro

    £350 Stock code: P01306 F
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    Pedicure by Torii Kiyohiro

    Produced by of the leading artists of the era of two-colour 'benizurie' prints, where the works are printed in pink (beni) and green, a style that peaked in the early 1740s.
    Dimensions: 51cm (20") High, 41.5cm (16¼") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01306 F
    £350
  • Yaoya oshichi meshitsukai o Hatsu by Utagawa Kunisada

    £350 Stock code: P01306 E
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    Yaoya oshichi meshitsukai o Hatsu by Utagawa Kunisada

    Yaoya Oshichi was a daughter of the greengrocer Tarobei, who lived in the Hongō neighborhood of Edo at the beginning of the Edo period. She was burned at the stake for attempting to commit arson. The story became the subject of joruri puppet plays.
    Dimensions: 51cm (20") High, 41.5cm (16¼") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01306 E
    £350
  • An actor from Chushingura by Utagawa Kunisada

    £350 Stock code: P01306 D
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    An actor from Chushingura by Utagawa Kunisada

    Chushingura, was Japan’s most popular kabuki play, with its origins in an event of organized mob violence in 1702, its a complex story of unquestioning loyalty, revenge, conflict, love, and punishment.
    Dimensions: 53cm (20¾") High, 39cm (15¼") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01306 D
    £350
  • Kataoka Nizaemon VIII as Karigane Kon’ya Bunshichi by Utagawa Kunisada I (Toyokuni III)

    £350 Stock code: P01306 C
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    Kataoka Nizaemon VIII as Karigane Kon’ya Bunshichi by Utagawa Kunisada I (Toyokuni III)

    This print originally formed the R/H side from a triptych of the play, Eiyû Koko ni Yorimasa
    Dimensions: 52cm (20½") High, 42cm (16½") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01306 C
    £350
  • A girl reading poetry by Toyohara Chikanobu

    £350 Stock code: P01306 B
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    A girl reading poetry by Toyohara Chikanobu

    This print originally formed the R/H side of a triptych.
    Dimensions: 52cm (20½") High, 40cm (15¾") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01306 B
    £350
  • A scene from ’47 Ronin’ a Japanese Samurai Tale, 1852, after Utagawa Fusatane (active 1854-1889)

    £350 Stock code: P01306 A
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    A scene from ’47 Ronin’ a Japanese Samurai Tale, 1852, after Utagawa Fusatane (active 1854-1889)

    This print vividly depicts the famous night attack of 47 ronin, or masterless samurai, on the house of Moronao.
    Dimensions: 40cm (15¾") High, 52cm (20½") Wide, 2cm (0¾") Deep
    Stock code: P01306 A
    £350
  • Georgian parcel-gilt mahogany wall mirror

    £300 Stock code: 79331
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    Georgian parcel-gilt mahogany wall mirror

    the plate replaced.
    Dimensions: 62.5cm (24½") High, 39.5cm (15½") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: 79331
    £300
  • Set of five reeded brass finger plates

    £300 the set Stock code: k172
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    Set of five reeded brass finger plates

    with impressed Rd number to the rear, c.1893
    Dimensions: 7cm (2¾") Wide, 0.5cm (0¼") Deep, 31cm (12¼") Long
    Stock code: k172
    £300 the set
  • Early nineteenth century brass spread eagle,

    £300 Stock code: 78969
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    Early nineteenth century brass spread eagle,

    the well cast spread eagle perched upon a rocky outcrop with a snake in its talons. The eagle was possible from an Empire period standard, the eagle was an iconic symbol used during the Napoleonic period
    Dimensions: 22cm (8¾") High, 33.5cm (13¼") Wide, 7cm (2¾") Deep
    Stock code: 78969
    £300
  • Nineteenth century brass door porter,

    £280 Stock code: 79374
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    Nineteenth century brass door porter,

    bell shaped with wrythen stem.
    Dimensions: 42cm (16½") High, 13cm (5") Wide, 6cm (2¼") Deep
    Stock code: 79374
    £280
  • Nineteenth century brass door porter,

    £280 Stock code: 79375
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    Nineteenth century brass door porter,

    .weighted, with wrythen gadrooning to the base
    Dimensions: 36cm (14¼") High, 11.5cm (4½") Wide, 7cm (2¾") Deep
    Stock code: 79375
    £280
  • Pair of nineteenth century gilt-brass candlesticks

    £280 the pair Stock code: k215
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    Pair of nineteenth century gilt-brass candlesticks

    with engraved decoration, with removable nozzles.
    Dimensions: 21.5cm (8½") High, 20.5cm (8") Wide, 12.5cm (5") Deep
    Stock code: k215
    £280 the pair
  • 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
  • La Mosca Roja, Spanish political poster.

    £250 Stock code: AD1654
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    La Mosca Roja, Spanish political poster.

    A framed Spanish political poster depicting a moustachoied figure, possibly Fransisco Serrano, 1st Duke of La Torre. He is shown dressed in harlequinade and mounted on a white hare proffering a scroll of reactionary and traditionalist demands while dark smoke, containing 'grand hopes' escapes from a breach in his skull. Cannons point out from behind his ears and The Pope is secreted between his eyes. Printed in Barcelona in the 1880s.
    Dimensions: 1cm (0½") Wide
    Stock code: AD1654
    £250
  • La Mosca Roja, ‘La Caminito de Moscou’

    £250 Stock code: AD1653
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    La Mosca Roja, ‘La Caminito de Moscou’

    A framed chromolithographic Spanish political cartoon of the 1880s showing a heavily armed figure walking through a minefield towards the domes and towers of the Moscow Kremlin with a bag of Seville oranges on his hip. A cloud of disembodied demonic heads are ranged in a wintry sky while the word 'Nihilism' is written in smoke across the heavens. In 1881 Tsar Alexander II had been assassinated in St Petersburg by the Revolutionary Socialist and Nihilist secret society, Zemlya i volya.  
    Dimensions: 1cm (0½") Wide
    Stock code: AD1653
    £250
  • Nineteenth century stick stand

    £220 Stock code: 79348
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    Nineteenth century stick stand

    cast iron and (worn) lacquered brass
    Dimensions: 62cm (24½") High, 22cm (8¾") Wide, 22cm (8¾") Deep
    Stock code: 79348
    £220
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Hyphaene Thebaica

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 T
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Hyphaene Thebaica

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 T
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Mauritia vinifera

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 S
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Mauritia vinifera

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 S
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Elaeis melanococca & Iriartea exorrhiza

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 R
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Elaeis melanococca & Iriartea exorrhiza

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 R
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Metroxylon rumphii

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 Q
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Metroxylon rumphii

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 Q
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Arenga saccharifera

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 P
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Arenga saccharifera

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 P
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Thrinax argentea

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 O
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Thrinax argentea

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 O
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Areca catechu

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 N
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Areca catechu

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 N
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – The Great Palm House at Royal Gardens, Kew,

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 M
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – The Great Palm House at Royal Gardens, Kew,

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 M
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Lodoicea sechellarum

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 L
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Lodoicea sechellarum

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 L
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Iriartea ventricosa

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 K
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Iriartea ventricosa

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 K
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Phoenix dactylifera

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 J
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Phoenix dactylifera

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 J
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Acrocomia Mexicana & Chamaedorea Schiedeana

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 I
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Acrocomia Mexicana & Chamaedorea Schiedeana

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 I
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Borassus flabelliformis & Corypha umbraculifera

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 H
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Borassus flabelliformis & Corypha umbraculifera

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 H
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Oreodoxa oleracea

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 G
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Oreodoxa oleracea

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 G
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Cocos nucifera

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 F
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Cocos nucifera

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 F
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Copernicia cerifera

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 E
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Copernicia cerifera

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 E
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Oreodoxa oleracea & Thrinax multiflora

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 D
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Oreodoxa oleracea & Thrinax multiflora

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 D
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Phytelephas macrocarpa

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 C
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Phytelephas macrocarpa

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 C
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Chamaerops humilis

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 B
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Chamaerops humilis

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 B
    £180 each
  • Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Gulielma speciosa,

    £180 each Stock code: P01301 A
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    Popular History of the Palms and their Allies – Gulielma speciosa,

    Based on the work of Berthold Seemann ,was a botanist who made his name when he was appointed naturalist (on the recommendation of W J Hooker) to HMS Herald for the Kellett voyage of exploration to the American West Coast and Pacific.
    Dimensions: 29cm (11½") High, 25cm (9¾") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01301 A
    £180 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Duvivieranum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 20
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    Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Duvivieranum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 20
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Constricutum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 18
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    Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Constricutum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 18
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Ansellia Congoensis,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 17
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    Linden Botanicals, Ansellia Congoensis,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 17
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Vanda Lindeni,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 16
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    Linden Botanicals, Vanda Lindeni,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 16
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Vriesea Fulgida,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 15
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    Linden Botanicals, Vriesea Fulgida,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 15
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Aerides Reichenbachi,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 14
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    Linden Botanicals, Aerides Reichenbachi,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 14
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Vanda Superba,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 13
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    Linden Botanicals, Vanda Superba,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 13
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Diacrium Bicornutum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 12
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    Linden Botanicals, Diacrium Bicornutum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 12
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Coelogyne Lurida,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 11
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    Linden Botanicals, Coelogyne Lurida,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 11
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Eria Striolata,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 10
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    Linden Botanicals, Eria Striolata,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 10
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Dendiobium Macrophyllum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 9
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    Linden Botanicals, Dendiobium Macrophyllum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 9
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Rhynchostylis Retusa,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 7
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    Linden Botanicals, Rhynchostylis Retusa,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 7
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Cleisostoma Crassifolium,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 6
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    Linden Botanicals, Cleisostoma Crassifolium,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 6
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Eriopsis Rutidobulbon,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 5
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    Linden Botanicals, Eriopsis Rutidobulbon,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 5
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Crispum,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 4
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    Linden Botanicals, Odontoglossum Crispum,

    L’Illustration Horticole, was a monthly horticultural review, founded in 1854 in Ghent, Belgium, by Ambroise Verschaffelt, a nurseryman who specialised in new plant introductions from South America. The lavish illustrations were produced by some of the very best botanical artists and lithographers – A. Goosens, P. De Pannemaeker and J. Goffart. The L’Illustration Horticole although founded by Jean Jules Linden (1817 – 1898) became a collaborative effort of many great horticulturists and field botanists of the day. Jean Linden in his own right was a renowned orchid grower and collector. Each monthly edition featured chromolithograph of botanical prints. Plants such as orchids, camellias, roses and leafy plants such as ferns and palm trees were represented. The magazine’s scope included pictures, descriptions, the history and culture of “the most remarkable plants,” new introductions, horticultural history, botanical expeditions, and accounts of the major expositions and of new works on botany and horticulture as well as garden descriptions and layouts.
    Dimensions: 45cm (17¾") High, 36cm (14¼") Wide, 2.5cm (1") Deep
    Stock code: P01278 4
    £175 each
  • Linden Botanicals, Oncidium Papilio,

    £175 each Stock code: P01278 3
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    Linden Botanicals, Oncidium Papilio,

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    Linden Botanicals, Rodriguezia Bungerothi,

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