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    Three Botanical Prints, including prints by: John Frederick Miller. [and:] James Sowerby. [and:] P. F. Le Grand. All very good.

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    Three Botanical Prints. John Frederick Miller (1759-1796). Barringtonia. [and:] James Sowerby (1757-1822). Limodorum Tankervilliæ. [and:] P. F. Le Grand. Fleurs Naturelles.

    Barringtonia is a hand-colored engraving from Cimelia Physica (1796). Some toning and mat burn. Some shallow closed tears along the edges. [and:] Limodorum Tankervilliæ, is a hand-colored engraving from the early 1800s. Slight toning and browning to the edges. Mounting tape to the reverse. [and:] Fleurs Naturelles is an aquatint, circa 1850. Minor toning. Mounting tape to the reverse. All three prints have penciled notations, and are all in very good condition. 14 x 20.5 inches; 14 x 19.5 inches; and 18 x 22.75 inches, respectively.

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    June, 2009
    16th-17th Tuesday-Wednesday
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