BOTANICALS 1894 EVENING PRIMROSE and another 269/70 2 Old vintage prints
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BOTANICALS 1894: EVENING PRIMROSE and another. #269/70. 2 Old vintage prints.

Price: £11.99

TITLE/CAPTION/BRIEF DETAILS: A pair of delightful studies. The Cranesbill (Geranium Family), 'is native almost everywhere in North America'. The Evening Primroses are 'found from Nova Scotia to New Jersey and westward to Kansas'. THE ABOVE NOTES ARE TAKEN FROM THE INTERESTING TEXT ON THE BACK NOT A MODERN DAY REPRODUCTION ' Flowers of every State in the American Union by a corps of special

The top image on the right hand side shows the print which is offered for sale. Please note that any title page or other images containing provenance information shown on the right hand side below the top image are included for authentification purposes only and are not offered for sale.

DATE PRINTED: 1894    

IMAGE SIZE: Overall size 11.5x8 inches approximately .

TYPE: Antique print

CONDITION: Good. Please see the scan. A little normal age related soiling, mainly to the margins. There is no obtrusive text show through or 'bleed'. A delightful botanical lithograph. Old, original colour (color) applied at the time of publication. Virtually all antiquarian maps and prints are subject to some normal aging due to use and time which is not obtrusive unless otherwise stated. We offer a no questions asked return policy.

AUTHENTICITY: This is an authentic historic print, published at the date stated above. It is not a modern copy.

VERSO: There is no text on the back, which is plain.

ARTIST/CARTOGRAPHER/ENGRAVER: by a corps of special Artists and Botanists. Approved by the leading artists of America and Europe and endorsed by University Botanists of both continents.'



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