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If you are looking for a special gift, choose hand-coloured prints over chromolithographs. While admiring the print, keep in mind that all the coloured lines and filled-in colour were painstakingly done by hand.


A breathtaking hand-coloured lithograph of cocks, turkey, quails, and partridges, published in London in 1828. From A Natural History, General and Particular, by George Louis Le Clerc, Count of buffon, and translated from the French by William Smellie.

This rare print is over 180 years old and is in very good condition for its age. Faint impressions of the text page opposite the print are visible but do not diminish the stunning visual effect of this piece. Blank on the back. Frame and give as a very special gift.

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This is the original collectible, over 180 years old -- not a reproduction! Bananastrudel sells only originals. A copy of the title page will be provided as proof of provenance.
Shipped to you flat, in an archival cello sleeve with sturdy backing.

Size of print: approx. 8" x 10"

1828 Rare Antique Hand Coloured Lithograph of Cocks, Turkey, Quails, and Partridges. From Buffon's Natural History


  • Material: original antique hand coloured lithograph
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