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Beautiful antique botanical chromolithograph print of houseplants, most of them are orchids. This lithographic print was probably first printed in Germany and some of these plants grow well in temperate climates. Perfect to frame.

It includes the following species:

Tibouchina semidecandra - Princess Flower, Glory bush, or Lasiandra
Dendrobium phalaenopsis - Cooktown Orchid
Oncidium varicosum - Dancing Lady Orchid
Odontoglossum grande - Tiger Orchid
Laelia autumnalis
Impatiens Holstiii Petersiana
Griffinia ornata
Saint Paulia ionantha - African violet
Bougainvillea glabra - Paper flower

Size: approx. 6" by 9.5"

In excellent condition, very light foxing on the right margin.

This is an original from the 1923 book, not a reproduction.

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CarambasVintage has a large selection of original vintage and antique prints, illustrations, lithographs and engravings. The collection includes maps, city plans, technical and architectural drawings, botanical and zoological prints, astronomy and scientific prints and more. Vintage and antique prints are excellent to decorate your home or office and also make wonderful prints. If you are looking for something special and you do not see it in the shop, please do not hesitate to contact me!

Vintage Botanical Print Houseplants Orchids 1920s Chromolithograph


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: antique lithograph, paper
  • Ships worldwide from Uruguay
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