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  • Antique Print-SARACENIA FLAVA-YELLOW PITCHERPLANT-Van Houtte-c. 1850

    Description: Published in Belgium c. 1850. Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Louis van Houtte' after an anonymous artist. Louis van Houtte was the proprietor of the largest nursery of its time on the continent. At the height of European orchid mania in 1845 he despatched plant collectors to the Americas to search for orchids and other exotic plants. Van Houtte produced plants for European conservatories and royalty. Van Houtte founded several high quality botanical periodicals to advertise the plants he sold. Many of the beautiful prints were created by his own printing office in the middle of the gardens, the Horto van Houtteano.
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    Medium: LithographSubject: BotanicalColor: Yellow
  • ARNICA, Alpine Flowers, Botantical by Paul Robert, vintage print authentic 1945

    Published in "Alpine Flowers" 1945. This print is in excellent condition and isNOT A REPRODUCTION OR REPRINT.
    S$ 33.11
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    Subject: BotanicalStyle: VintageColor: Yellow
  • Antique Print-EARLY-YELLOW HAIRGRASS-AIRA PRAECOX-491-Flora Batava-Sepp-1800

    Description: Includes a description sheet (in Dutch) and a dispersion map for this plant in the Netherlands. One of the plates from the mammoth publication titled 'Flora Batava, of Afbeelding en beschrijving van Nederlandsche Gewassen', published from 1800-1934 by several Dutch publishers, including Loosjes and Nijhoff). In total the 461 periodic issues contained 2240 prints. The initial publisher was J.C. Sepp. The long publication period reflects the change in the technique of its illustrations. Hand coloured copper engravings were initially used, followed by hand coloured lithographs, and finally chromolithography was introduced. Initially the texts and editing work were done by Jan Kops, although several other would follow during the 134-year span in which this work was published.
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    Medium: EngravingSubject: BotanicalColor: Yellow
  • Antique Print-YELLOW SEDGE-CAREX FLAVA-971-Flora Batava-Sepp-1800

    Description: Includes a description sheet (in Dutch) and a dispersion map for this plant in the Netherlands. One of the plates from the mammoth publication titled 'Flora Batava, of Afbeelding en beschrijving van Nederlandsche Gewassen', published from 1800-1934 by several Dutch publishers, including Loosjes and Nijhoff). In total the 461 periodic issues contained 2240 prints. The initial publisher was J.C. Sepp. The long publication period reflects the change in the technique of its illustrations. Hand coloured copper engravings were initially used, followed by hand coloured lithographs, and finally chromolithography was introduced. Initially the texts and editing work were done by Jan Kops, although several other would follow during the 134-year span in which this work was published.
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    Medium: LithographSubject: BotanicalColor: Yellow
  • Antique Print-YELLOW WORT-BLACKSTONIA PERFOLIATA-1088-Flora Batava-Sepp-1800

    Description: Includes a description sheet (in Dutch) and a dispersion map for this plant in the Netherlands. One of the plates from the mammoth publication titled 'Flora Batava, of Afbeelding en beschrijving van Nederlandsche Gewassen', published from 1800-1934 by several Dutch publishers, including Loosjes and Nijhoff). In total the 461 periodic issues contained 2240 prints. The initial publisher was J.C. Sepp. The long publication period reflects the change in the technique of its illustrations. Hand coloured copper engravings were initially used, followed by hand coloured lithographs, and finally chromolithography was introduced. Initially the texts and editing work were done by Jan Kops, although several other would follow during the 134-year span in which this work was published.
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    Medium: EngravingSubject: BotanicalColor: Yellow
  • Antique Print-CAREX FLAVA-YELLOW SEDGE-435-Flora Batava-Sepp-1800

    Description: Includes a description sheet (in Dutch) and a dispersion map for this plant in the Netherlands. One of the plates from the mammoth publication titled 'Flora Batava, of Afbeelding en beschrijving van Nederlandsche Gewassen', published from 1800-1934 by several Dutch publishers, including Loosjes and Nijhoff). In total the 461 periodic issues contained 2240 prints. The initial publisher was J.C. Sepp. The long publication period reflects the change in the technique of its illustrations. Hand coloured copper engravings were initially used, followed by hand coloured lithographs, and finally chromolithography was introduced. Initially the texts and editing work were done by Jan Kops, although several other would follow during the 134-year span in which this work was published.
    S$ 61.38
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    Medium: EngravingSubject: BotanicalColor: Yellow
  • NARROW LEAVED GOLDENROD, Botanical, antique chromolithograph original 1906

    Original antique chromolithograph by Norman Criddle titled, NARROW-LEAVED GOLDENROD (Solidago Lanceolata, L.). Published in "Farm Weeds of Canada" 1906. This chromolithograph is in excellent condition and isNOT A REPRODUCTION OR REPRINT.
    S$ 31.04
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    Medium: LithographSubject: BotanicalColor: Yellow
  • Antique Print-YELLOW FEATHER MOSS-HOMALOTHECIUM LUTESCENS-1069-Flora Batava-1800

    Description: Includes a description sheet (in Dutch) and a dispersion map for this plant in the Netherlands. One of the plates from the mammoth publication titled 'Flora Batava, of Afbeelding en beschrijving van Nederlandsche Gewassen', published from 1800-1934 by several Dutch publishers, including Loosjes and Nijhoff). In total the 461 periodic issues contained 2240 prints. The initial publisher was J.C. Sepp. The long publication period reflects the change in the technique of its illustrations. Hand coloured copper engravings were initially used, followed by hand coloured lithographs, and finally chromolithography was introduced. Initially the texts and editing work were done by Jan Kops, although several other would follow during the 134-year span in which this work was published.
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    Medium: LithographSubject: BotanicalColor: Yellow
  • Antique Print-ROSENAPFEL-YELLOW TRANSPARENT-APPLE-184-Bissmann-ca. 1920

    Description: From O. Bissmann's "Deutschland's Obstsorten" (Stuttgart: Eckstein &Stahle), between 1905 and 1936 a total of 26 fascicles with 312 attractive chromolithographs were published. This work was started by J. Muller and Otto Bissmann, followed by Walther Poenicke, Herm. Rosenthal, Otto Schindler and others. Each of the lithographs is accompanied by a few sheets of descriptive text with b/w photographs of details and the fruit's tree. Artists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Johannes Muller, Otto Bissmann and others.'.
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    Medium: LithographSubject: BotanicalStyle: Modern
  • Antique Print-YELLOW PEA-VETCHLING-LATHYRUS APHACA-916-Flora Batava-Sepp-1800

    Description: Includes a description sheet (in Dutch) and a dispersion map for this plant in the Netherlands. One of the plates from the mammoth publication titled 'Flora Batava, of Afbeelding en beschrijving van Nederlandsche Gewassen', published from 1800-1934 by several Dutch publishers, including Loosjes and Nijhoff). In total the 461 periodic issues contained 2240 prints. The initial publisher was J.C. Sepp. The long publication period reflects the change in the technique of its illustrations. Hand coloured copper engravings were initially used, followed by hand coloured lithographs, and finally chromolithography was introduced. Initially the texts and editing work were done by Jan Kops, although several other would follow during the 134-year span in which this work was published.
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    Medium: LithographSubject: BotanicalColor: Yellow
  • GIRL PICKING PRIMROSE FLOWERS, HAND COLORED ENGAVING, ANTIQUE 1901

    Girl in yellow dress picking blue primrose's. Hand colored, antique 1901.
    S$ 29.66
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    Medium: EngravingSubject: BotanicalColor: Yellow
  • Antique Print-RHINANTHUS MINOR-YELLOW RATTLE-433-Flora Batava-Sepp-1800

    Description: Includes a description sheet (in Dutch) and a dispersion map for this plant in the Netherlands. One of the plates from the mammoth publication titled 'Flora Batava, of Afbeelding en beschrijving van Nederlandsche Gewassen', published from 1800-1934 by several Dutch publishers, including Loosjes and Nijhoff). In total the 461 periodic issues contained 2240 prints. The initial publisher was J.C. Sepp. The long publication period reflects the change in the technique of its illustrations. Hand coloured copper engravings were initially used, followed by hand coloured lithographs, and finally chromolithography was introduced. Initially the texts and editing work were done by Jan Kops, although several other would follow during the 134-year span in which this work was published.
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    Medium: EngravingSubject: BotanicalColor: Yellow
  • Antique Print-WINTERSTETTINER-RED-YELLOW-APPLE-192-Bissmann-ca. 1920

    Description: From O. Bissmann's "Deutschland's Obstsorten" (Stuttgart: Eckstein &Stahle), between 1905 and 1936 a total of 26 fascicles with 312 attractive chromolithographs were published. This work was started by J. Muller and Otto Bissmann, followed by Walther Poenicke, Herm. Rosenthal, Otto Schindler and others. Each of the lithographs is accompanied by a few sheets of descriptive text with b/w photographs of details and the fruit's tree. Artists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Johannes Muller, Otto Bissmann and others.'.
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    Medium: LithographSubject: BotanicalStyle: Modern
  • Antique Print-YELLOW ARCHANGEL-LAMIASTRUM GALEOBDOLON-758-Flora Batava-1800

    Description: Includes a description sheet (in Dutch) and a dispersion map for this plant in the Netherlands. One of the plates from the mammoth publication titled 'Flora Batava, of Afbeelding en beschrijving van Nederlandsche Gewassen', published from 1800-1934 by several Dutch publishers, including Loosjes and Nijhoff). In total the 461 periodic issues contained 2240 prints. The initial publisher was J.C. Sepp. The long publication period reflects the change in the technique of its illustrations. Hand coloured copper engravings were initially used, followed by hand coloured lithographs, and finally chromolithography was introduced. Initially the texts and editing work were done by Jan Kops, although several other would follow during the 134-year span in which this work was published.
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    Medium: EngravingSubject: BotanicalColor: Yellow
  • Antique Print-YELLOW BELLEFLEUR-LINNOEUS PIPPIN-APPLE-9-Bissmann-ca. 1920

    Description: From O. Bissmann's "Deutschland's Obstsorten" (Stuttgart: Eckstein &Stahle), between 1905 and 1936 a total of 26 fascicles with 312 attractive chromolithographs were published. This work was started by J. Muller and Otto Bissmann, followed by Walther Poenicke, Herm. Rosenthal, Otto Schindler and others. Each of the lithographs is accompanied by a few sheets of descriptive text with b/w photographs of details and the fruit's tree. Artists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Johannes Muller, Otto Bissmann and others.'.
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    Medium: LithographSubject: BotanicalStyle: Modern
  • Antique Print-FRUHESTE GELBE-YELLOW LION-GOOSBERRY-87-Bissmann-ca. 1920

    Description: From O. Bissmann's "Deutschland's Obstsorten" (Stuttgart: Eckstein &Stahle), between 1905 and 1936 a total of 26 fascicles with 312 attractive chromolithographs were published. This work was started by J. Muller and Otto Bissmann, followed by Walther Poenicke, Herm. Rosenthal, Otto Schindler and others. Each of the lithographs is accompanied by a few sheets of descriptive text with b/w photographs of details and the fruit's tree. Artists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Johannes Muller, Otto Bissmann and others.'.
    S$ 79.32
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    Medium: LithographSubject: BotanicalStyle: Modern
  • Antique Print-YELLOW SWEET CLOVER-MELILOT-MELILOTUS-319-Flora Batava-Sepp-1800

    Description: Includes a description sheet (in Dutch) and a dispersion map for this plant in the Netherlands. One of the plates from the mammoth publication titled 'Flora Batava, of Afbeelding en beschrijving van Nederlandsche Gewassen', published from 1800-1934 by several Dutch publishers, including Loosjes and Nijhoff). In total the 461 periodic issues contained 2240 prints. The initial publisher was J.C. Sepp. The long publication period reflects the change in the technique of its illustrations. Hand coloured copper engravings were initially used, followed by hand coloured lithographs, and finally chromolithography was introduced. Initially the texts and editing work were done by Jan Kops, although several other would follow during the 134-year span in which this work was published.
    S$ 79.32
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    Medium: LithographSubject: BotanicalColor: Yellow