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Original, beautifully detailed and coloured antique double page chromolithograph of charming and marvellous plants, flowers and spices printed in 1886.

This good quality lithograph shows:

1. Chenopodium bonus Henricus - Good King Henry, Poor-man's Asparagus, Perennial Goosefoot,
2. Ulmus campestris - English Elm,
3. Salsola rosacea,
4. Heracleum Sphondylium - Common Hogweed,
5. Pastinaca sativa - Parsnip, Pasternak,
6. Foeniculum officinale - Fennel,
7. Peucedanum officinale - Hog's Fennel,
8. Archangelica officinalis - Garden Angelica,
9. Selinum Carvifolia - Cambridge Milk-parsley,
10. Laserpitium latifolium,

The size of the print (in inches): 12,6" x 16,93" (32 x 43 cm)

The print is in good condition and the paper shows its age with a creamy patina, perfect fpr framing.

Concerning the age of the paper - cca. 120 years - some spots can be occured on the margin and the reverse side, but these do not effect the quality of the lithograph itself as it can be seen on the scan.

Please note, that by antique prints due to their age some imperfections are to be expected.

Please feel free to email us with any questions or request additional photos.

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1886 Common Hogweed, Asparagus, Elm, Fennel, Pasternak Original Antique Chromolithograph

$29.95

Only 1 available


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: paper, ink, cotton, ephemera, book, antique
  • Ships worldwide from Hungary
  • Feedback: 1329 reviews
  • Favorited by: 13 people