Condition: Very fine overall; we can neither see for feel any losses or repairs.
Condition: Light spotting especially bottom half; impurities in paper; Binding holes along right edge. There is white in the photographs that does not appear on the print. Please study the photographs.
Condition: Fine condition with typical material traits (please study enlargements). Includes lovely custom wood stand.
Condition: Fine condition (please study enlargements).
Condition: Excellent Condition.
from the work "English Botany..." by James Sowerby, a periodical published between 1790 and 1814 with fine hand-colored engravings that cover every possible subject from the lowliest mold spore to the finest flower specimens of the day. The plates measure 11.375" x 8.75". This plate is from vol. 31, published in 1810 and includes text page.
The Title Page reads: "English botany; or, coloured figures of British Plants, with their essential c...
from THE LADIES’ FLOWER GARDEN OF ORNAMENTAL PERENNIALS by Mrs. Jane Webb Loudon, quarto(4to) size (11.25" x 8.50")(29cm x 22cm. London 1843–1844. 96 unsigned hand-coloured lithographs by Mrs. Loudon, lithographed by Day and Haghe.
Condition: Good overall; binding edge; minor spotting (see enlargement 4 and 5 in particular); some minor foxing on reverse side of paper.
Condition: Seed pearls are free-moving around the stone and their appears to be a few...
Condition: Good overall for age and material. There is an export seal on face at upper right corner. No apparent cracks, splits, or other losses. Please study the photographs.
Condition: Very good; print is matted in a black-core silk-like mat and shrinkwrapped. Includes copy of title page.
Condition: Minor losses and wear to box, but panel is fine. Please study the pictures.