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All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Ephemera : Print : Pre 1900 item #1238169 (stock #35480095)
St. Johns Art and Antiques
$35.00
Cotton Wood (Populus Canadensis) Plate #095 from the work "The North American Sylva..." by Francois Andre Michaux, the American Edition published in 1857. These are hand finished Colored engravings. The plates measure 10.5" x 7". This plate reads Pl. 95 in upper right, Bessa del. bottom left, Cotton Wood at bottom center, and Gabriel sculp. bottom right.

The Title Page reads: "The North American Sylva; or, the Description of the Forest Trees of the United States, Canada, and Nova Scotia. ...

All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Ephemera : Print : Pre 1837 VR item #819196 (stock #44412221)
St. Johns Art and Antiques
$30.00
Wild Oat, or Haver (AVENA fatua) plate#2221
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 original text page.

The Title Page reads: "English botany; or, coloured figures of British Plants, with their esse...

All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Ephemera : Print : Pre 1800 item #815885 (stock #44410159)
St. Johns Art and Antiques
$60.00
Yellow Water-lily plate#159
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. 3, published in 1794 and includes text page.

The Title Page reads: "English botany; or, coloured figures of British Plants, with their essential characters, synonyms,...

All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Ephemera : Print : Pre 1800 item #847745 (stock #44410575)
St. Johns Art and Antiques
$20.00
Smooth Cat's-ear (Hypochaeris glabra) plate#575
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. 8, published in 1799 and includes text page.

The Title Page reads: "English botany; or, coloured figures of British Plants, with their essential c...

All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Ephemera : Print : Pre 1837 VR item #847760 (stock #44410564)
St. Johns Art and Antiques
$30.00
True Maidenhair (Adiantum Capillus Veneris) plate#1564
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. 23, published in 1806 and includes text page.

The Title Page reads: "English botany; or, coloured figures of British Plants, with their ess...

All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Books : Bindings : Pre 1940 item #928765 (stock #090001)
St. Johns Art and Antiques
$100.00
"Fabre's Book of Insects - retold from Alexandra Texeira De mattos' Translation of Fabre's souvenirs entomologiques" by Mrs. Rodolph Stalwell. Illustrated by E. J. Detmold. New York, Tudor Publishing Company 1935. 12 tissue guarded color plates. Book Measurements: 10.25 inches by 7.75 by 1.50 inches thick.

Condition: Good condition overall; some fraying and scuffing on cover; pencil name and price on front end paper; no dust jacket; one of laid-in prints is folded at edge (see Enlargemen...

All Items : Traditional Collectibles : Ephemera : Pre 1837 VR item #819193 (stock #44410991)
St. Johns Art and Antiques
$60.00
Sweet Briar plate#991 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. 14, published in 1802 and includes original text page.

The Title Page reads: "English botany; or, coloured figures of British Plants, with their essential characters, synonyms, ...