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2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 244: Valeriana phu - Valerian. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanical en end … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 246: Chelidonium majus - Greater Celandine, Tetterwort. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 26: Lichen islandicus - Iceland Moss. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanical … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 14: Tussilago farfara - Coltsfoot. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanical en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 11: Galium verum - Lady's Bedstraw or Yellow Bedstraw. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 590: Cucurbita lagenaria - Bitter Marimbo Tree. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 544: Erysimum alliaria / Alliaria petiolata - Garlic Mustard. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and pub … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 383: Peucedanum officinale - Hog's Fennel. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several bota … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 381: Athamantha oreoselinum - Candy Carrot. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several bot … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 375: Euphorbia lathyris - Caper Spurge or Paper Spurge. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 374: Hyosscyamus albus - White Henbame. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 296: Sanicula europaea - Sanicle. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanical en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 535: Vicia taba - Broad Bean. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanical en endo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 440: Glycyrrhiza echinata - Russian Liquorice. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 435: Hymencaea courbaril - Jatoba or Guapinol. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 350: Bubon galbanum - Lovage-leaved Bubon. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several bota … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 311: Verbena officinalis - Common Vervain. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several bota … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
Plate 73: Ruscus aculeatus - Butcher's Broom. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original drawing on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This authentic original drawing originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this drawing was not bound in a book, it is a design plate for 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanical en endomological works (a.o. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
Plate 482: Trifolium melilotus coerulea - Clover / Trefoil. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original drawing on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This authentic original drawing originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this drawing was not bound in a book, it is a design plate for 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanical en endomologica … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 556: Peziza auricula / Auricularia auricula-judae - Jew's Ear, Jelly Ear. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Scie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 555: Aethusa cynapium - Fool's Parsley, Fool's Cicely or Poison Parsley. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Scien … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 546: Achillea ageratum - English Mace / Yarrow. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate unnumbered: Gratiola monnieria / Herpestis monnieria - Thyme Leaved Gratiola. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 595: Teucrium polium - Felty Germander. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 594: Marchantia polymorpha - Common Liverwort or Umbrella Liverwort. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
1788. Plate 591: Melissa nepeta / Calamintha nepeta - Catnip. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published sever … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-23 16:13:55
- Plate 240: Chenopodium vulvaria - Stinking Goosefoot. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several bot … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
2017-10-23 16:13:55
- Plate 294: Teucrium scordium - Water Germander. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanical … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
2017-10-23 16:13:55
- Plate 239: Geranium robertianum - Herb Robert, Red Robin, or Robert Geranium. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
2017-10-23 16:13:55
- Plate 543: Myrtus communis - Common Myrtle. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanical en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
2017-10-23 16:13:55
- Plate 380: Tanacetum balsamita - Costmary, Alecost, Balsam Herb, Bible Leaf, or Mint Geranium. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Acad … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
2017-10-23 16:13:55
- Plate 373: Scabiosa arvensis - Knautia arvensis - Field Scabious. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
2017-10-23 16:13:55
- Plate 297: Bixa orellana - Achiote. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanical en endomolo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
2017-10-23 16:13:55
- Plate 295: Melampyrum nemorosum - Wood Cow-wheat. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
2017-10-23 16:13:55
- Plate 293: Sanguisorba officinalis - Great Burnet. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botani … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
2017-10-23 16:13:55
- Plate 348: Matricaria chamomilla - German Chamomile. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several bota … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
2017-10-23 16:13:55
- Plate 325: Ruta graveolens - Common Rue. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanical en end … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
2017-10-23 16:13:55
- Plate 302: Rumex sanguineus - Shore Dock. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several botanical en en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
2017-10-23 12:53:05
PIO V. (PUBLICADOS POR SU MANDATO)
Madrid 1788. Oficina de Benito Cano. Pasta española con cierres y dorados. Algo rozado. 6 Grabados. Impreso a dos tintas. Latin- Castellano. 692 pp. 18x13. Cantos pintados. Libro en Español / Book in Spanish
Bookseller: Librería Vobiscum [SAN VICENTE DEL RASPEIG, Spain]
2017-10-22 19:53:44
WIEN ( Vienna ):
Kupferstich, 1788, 34,1 x 30,6 Dekorativer Plan von Wien samt der Vorstädte mit kolorierten Wasserwegen, vereinfachte Kopie nach J. Nagel; aus Riesbeck "Voyage en Allemagne, dans une suite des Lettres.", mit Legende 1-45 am unteren Bildrand; wie immer mehrfach gefaltet.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck [Berlin, B, Germany]
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2017-10-22 13:48:40
Plate: 38 with figures 150-153. It is titled: Le Lisiza, le Racasse, la Deux Doigts, le Gal - Cottus Japonicus, Scorpaena Porcus, S. Didactyla, Zeus Gallus (Red Baikal Sculpin, Black Scorpionfish, Popeyed Sea Goblin, Lookdown). Engraving, modern hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Description: This attractive ichthyological print originates from "Tableau Encyclopedique et Methodique des Trois Regnes de la Nature", the volume on Ichtchyologie. This massive work was made by l'Abbe Pierre Joseph Bonnaterre, and published in Paris by Panckoucke in 1788.Artists and Engravers: Abbe Pierre Joseph Bonnaterre (1752-1804) was a French naturalist. He added copious portions on mammals, birds, reptiles, insects, and fish to the Encyclopedie Methodique. In total he created around 400 illustrations for this work. Bonnaterre is credited with 25 new species of fish. Condition: Very good, given age. Small stains in the right and top margins. Margins generally a little soiled from handling. General age-related toning and/or occasional light soiling from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: C150-27 The overall size is ca. 8.3 x 11.4 inch. The image size is ca. 6.3 x 9.3 inch. The overall size is ca. 21 x 29 cm. The image size is ca. 16 x 23.5 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-21 17:38:34
- Antique print, untitled. The ashcart. Etching on verge type hand laid paper. Watermark: cross. Description: Rare print. State: only state. Ref: Greco p. 392, vol. II. Artists and Engravers: Made by Rowlandson after own design. Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) was famous for his satyrical prints. His loose and quick way of working was ideal for the depiction of all kinds of daily scenes. Condition: Very good, no margins. Very good impression. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: Q1-066 LA The overall size is ca. 9.7 x 6.4 inch. The image size is ca. 9.7 x 6.4 inch. The overall size is ca. 24.7 x 16.2 cm. The image size is ca. 24.7 x 16.2 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Netherlands]
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2017-10-21 06:07:39
1788. Plate 541: Ceanothus americanus - New Jersey Tea. We carry several plates from this extremely rare work and also a few original drawings. Inquire if interested. Original copperplate etching on verge type hand laid paper with watermark. Contemporary / old hand coloring. Description: This extremely rare original old antique print / engraving originates from a collection of unbound engravings, and original drawings. Although this print was not bound in a book, it is part of 'Botanica Pharmaceutica: exhibens plantas officinales quarum nomina in dispensatoriis recensentur; cum iconibus ab auctore aere incisis, et vivo colore expressis .' - Berolini, 1788. Botanica Pharmaceutica was published in Berlin between 1785-1806. It consisted of 6 volumes with a total of 598 botanical plates. This extremely rare work focuses on plants with medicinal properties. It is not listed in Great Flower Books, De Belder, Blunt or Dunthorne. [Nissen BBI 784. Pritzel 3779] "The drawings are made with considerable care for botanical detail, and with a delicate eye for color and line. If some designs are a little stiff, if the artist proves to be no Ehret or Redouté, he nevertheless communicates an appreciation of a very large variety of nature's forms, and at the same time simple statements now of value to the historical taxonomist" (Hunt).Artists and Engravers: The artist, engraver and possibly colourer of this print is Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733 - 1802), who was an apothecary, artist and engraver from Berlin, Germany. Happe worked for the Berlin Academy of Sciences and published several bot … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-20 13:38:58
ALMANACH DE VENISE - ABIS (Paolo)
- S.l. [Venise], Paolo Colombani, s.d. [1788]. In-8, cartonnage rigide recouvert de soie verte véronèse, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque), viii, 148 p., frontispice gravé. Almanach officiel pour l'année 1788, contenant la liste détaillée des officiers, magistrats, patriciens, etc. de Venise. Joli frontispice gravé à l'eau-forte représentant l'allégorie de la Sérénissime et titre gravé en taille-douce orné d'un encadrement rocaille. Ces almanachs officiels furent publiés de 1761 à 1796 et imprimés à Venise par Paolo Colombani, d'abord au format in-12°, puis in-8°. La dédicace à Domenico Michiel, membre de la célèbre famille vénitienne, est signée: "Paolo Abis". (Cicogna, 'Saggio di bibliografia veneziana', n°2226). Joli exemplaire très frais, imprimé sur beau papier, parfaitement conservé dans sa première reliure de soie sauvage vert véronèse. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL
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2017-10-20 03:24:15
Gibbon, Edward (Esq)
London, England: W. Strahan & T. Cadell, 1788. Mixed Set: (First Edition Vols. II - VI, Third Issue, Vol. I). Leather-bound. Very Good Plus. Complete in 6 thick large quarto 4to volumes. (11 3/8" x 9 1/4"). Vol. 1, 704 + lxxxviii, Notes; Vol. 2, Table of Contents to Vol. 1, Table of Contents to Vol. 2, 640 pp. + erratta; Vol. 3, Table of Contents to Vol. 3, 640 pp. + erratta; Vol. 4, Preface, Contents, 620 pp.; Vol. 5, 684 pp. Vol. 6, 646 pp. + General Index. Half-title pages and errata present. Bound uniformly in early, most likely original, full polished, mottled calf, (similar to tree calf) and rebacked to sympathetic period style. Boards are bright, with modest wear at edges and corners. Dual contrasting leather spine labels, bright and unchipped. Spine compartments ornamented in gilt. Original heavy laid cotton rag endpapers, guarded by japan paper. Handmade laid paper throughout is high-quality rag stock. No library or ex-library markings. Original hand-sewn headbands and tailbands and silk ribbon placemarkers present (some remnant only). Three original folding maps, large, well- struck on heavy stock, and clean. Eastern Roman Empire map shows some professionally repaired paper weld repair of crease-wear-and-tear on reverse side. Western Roman Empire map reveals at least one paper weld repair on reverse side. Light foxing to text and maps -- less than is often found for this set. Vol. I engraved frontispiece portrait of Edward Gibbon by John Hall after Sir Joshua Reynolds. Volumes II through VI (are the true London Large Quarto First Edition, issued 1781 through1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AARDVARK BOOKS, Member ABAA, ILAB & IOBA [EUGENE, OR, U.S.A.]
2017-10-19 15:13:09
MEARES, John.:
London, printed at the Logographic Press; and sold by J. Walter, 1790. To which are prefixed, an introductory narrative of a Voyage performed in 1786, from Bengal, in the ship Nootka; observations on the probable existence of a North West Passage; and some account of the trade between the North West Coast of America and China; and the latter country and Great Britain. FIRST EDITION 1790, 4to, approximately 295 x 240 mm, 11¾ x 9½ inches, frontispiece portrait by C. Bestland after W. Beechey, 10 maps and charts, 3 folding, 2 being large folding maps, 18 engraved plates, including the frontispiece, mostly aquatints, the 2 large folding maps and the Views of the Philipine were lacking and have now been supplied with identical plate and maps from a copy of the atlas of the first French edition, though the text of these replacements have French text, there is an extra duplicate portrait frontispiece also taken from the French edition, pages: viii, (12) - Subscribers and Contents, xcv - Introduction, (1) - errata, 372, (108) - Appendices, bound in full antique calf with small gilt armorial device of the Signet Library to centre, rebacked in unmatching leather with raised bands and retaining original gilt lettered morocco label, recornered, new endpapers. Covers slightly scuffed and rubbed, slight wrinkling to original frontispiece at inner edge, original frontispiece and title page faintly browned at edges, faded inscription in inner margin of title page, very occasional foxing to text, 10 pages of the Appendix foxed, occasional small pale stain to margins, many margins slightly d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2017-10-18 21:41:21
ASIATIC SOCIETY OF BENGAL
Calcutta: Printed and sold by Manuel Cantopher, at the Honourable the Company's Printing Office; . M.DCC.LXXXVIII. 1788 - 4to. [2], xvi, 465, [1] p. 34 plates. Recent period-style half calf binding, the spine with two labels. Discrete marginal paper repairs to the first four leaves, otherwise a clean, crisp copy of the original Calcutta printing of this important work. The Society was founded in 1784 by Sir William Jones, with the patronage of Warren Hastings. This volume contains among other important papers his Third Anniversary Discourse in which he proposes that Sanskrit, Greek and Latin languages had a common root, and that indeed they may all be further related, in turn, to Gothic and the Celtic languages, as well as to Persian. It is often cited as the beginning of modern comparative linguistics although there were earlier writers in the field.
Bookseller: Cobnar Books [United Kingdom]
2017-10-18 21:39:48
ASIATIC SOCIETY OF BENGAL
Calcutta: Printed and sold by Manuel Cantopher, at the Honourable the Company's Printing Office; ... M.DCC.LXXXVIII.(1788, 1788.). 4to. [2], xvi, 465, [1] p. 34 plates. Recent period-style half calf binding, the spine with two labels. Discrete marginal paper repairs to the first four leaves, otherwise a clean, crisp copy of the original Calcutta printing of this important work. The Society was founded in 1784 by Sir William Jones, with the patronage of Warren Hastings. This volume contains among other important papers his Third Anniversary Discourse in which he proposes that Sanskrit, Greek and Latin languages had a common root, and that indeed they may all be further related, in turn, to Gothic and the Celtic languages, as well as to Persian. It is often cited as the beginning of modern comparative linguistics although there were earlier writers in the field.
Bookseller: Cobnar Books Ltd [Deal, Kent, UNITED KINGDOM]
2017-10-18 19:51:01
Raynal, Abbe [translated by J. O. Justamond]
Published by A. Strahan; and T. Cadell, 1788. maps by Thomas Kitchin , vol 1. 399 pages & with portrait frontispiece; vol 2. 432 pages & with map of the East Indies; vol 3. 426 pages & with map of Mexico & West Indies; vol 4. 523 pages & with map of South America; vol 5. 499 pages & with map of Africa; vol 6. 520 pages; vol 7. 564 pages & with map of the world, & map of the United States of North America; vol 8. 374 pages plus index [83], the set has 6 of the 7 maps listed, maps dated 1783 , spines rubbed but most of the gilt remains, boards clean and with nice bright gilt, volume 4 has part of volume label missing and a small scuff to the front board, all firmly bound, lacking the Europe map, textblocks clean, maps generally clean and complete, few maps with some light spots and creases, overall the books are in good+ condition Hardback
Bookseller: Keogh's Books [GB]
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