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RESERVED 1920 Sea Life Antique Print , Jellyfish, Anemones, Coral, Echinoderms, Sea Urchin

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This sea life antique plate features several images of marine species: Jellyfish, Anemones, Coral, Echinoderms. There is text in Spanish below with the name of each:
1. Acalefos: Pelagia noctiluca, 2. Pólipos: Actinia contraida, 3. Pólipos alciones: coral rojo, 4. Porción de coral rojo (aumentada), 5.Equinodermos comátula, 6.Cidarites, 7. Erizo sin color.

This engraving was published in 1920 by Montaner & Simon in Barcelona, Spain. Paper is medium weight.

Size: 9.3" by 6"

Condition: Excellent.

Perfect for framing.

This is the actual page from the 1920 book, not a reproduction

Sent to you in a flat envelope.


Visit the store: http://www.carambas.etsy.com

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About the publishing house:

"Montaner i Simon. A publishing house with a history

Editorial Montaner i Simon was one of the most important publishing houses in Catalonia and Spain during the second half of the nineteenth century and the first third of the twentieth. For 120 years it produced an extensive catalogue of high-quality publications with a wide distribution network. " (Information taken from the website of Fundació Antoni Tàpies)

RESERVED 1920 Sea Life Antique Print , Jellyfish, Anemones, Coral, Echinoderms, Sea Urchin

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: antique plate
  • Feedback: 373 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Montevideo, Uruguay
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