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Ragged-sheathed Ixia of South Africa.

Ragged-sheathed Ixia. Andrews, Henry C. Ragged-sheathed Ixia. "Ixia Aristata." London: Printed by T. Bensley, and published by the author, No 5 Knightsbridge. 1797-1815
Original coloured engraving of the Ragged-sheathed Ixia from Henry Andrew's " The Botanist's Repository, for New, and Rare Plants" .
The plate shows the Ragged-sheathed Ixia a native of South Africa Printed in black and coloured by hand by Andrews.
Haworth (ESTC); Dunthorne 8, Nissen 2382. 267 by 210mm (10½ by 8¼ inches).    €100
Stock No. 2403 - Natural History full description

The Ribbed-leaved Anthericum of South Africa.

The Ribbed-leaved Anthericum Andrews, Henry C. The Ribbed-leaved Anthericum "Anthericum costatum." London: Printed by T. Bensley, and published by the author, No 5 Knightsbridge. 1797-1815
Original coloured engraving of the Ribbed-leaved Anthericum from Henry Andrew's " The Botanist's Repository, for New, and Rare Plants". Dated 1803.
The plate shows the Ribbed-leaved Anthericum a native of South Africa. Printed in black and coloured by hand by Andrews; lightly toned; slight offset of tex; a couple of light spots to plate; glue stain from verso to upper edge due to previous mounting..
Haworth (ESTC); Dunthorne 8, Nissen 2382. 267 by 210mm (10½ by 8¼ inches).    €45
Stock No. 2425 - Natural History full description

The Rough-leaved Cordia of the West Indies.

The Rough-leaved Cordia. Andrews, Henry C. The Rough-leaved Cordia. "Cordia Sebesten." London: Printed by T. Bensley, and published by the author, No 5 Knightsbridge. 1797-1815
Original coloured engraving of the Rough-leaved Cordia from Henry Andrew's " The Botanist's Repository, for New, and Rare Plants". Dated 1801.
The plate shows the Rough-leaved Cordia a native of the West Indies. Printed in black and coloured by hand by Andrews.
Haworth (ESTC); Dunthorne 8, Nissen 2382. 267 by 210mm (10½ by 8¼ inches).    €100
Stock No. 2410 - Natural History full description

The Saint Helena Red-wood.

The Saint Helena Red-wood. Andrews, Henry C. The Saint Helena Red-wood. "Dombeya Erythroxylon." London: Printed by T. Bensley, and published by the author, No 5 Knightsbridge. 1797-1815
Original coloured engraving of the Saint Helena Red-wood from Henry Andrew's " The Botanist's Repository, for New, and Rare Plants". Dated 1802.
The plate shows the Saint Helena Red-wood which as its name suggests is a native of St. Helenai n the South Atlantic Printed in black and coloured by hand by Andrews;.
Haworth (ESTC); Dunthorne 8, Nissen 2382. 267 by 210mm (10½ by 8¼ inches).    €100
Stock No. 2433 - Natural History full description

The Silky Embothrium of New Holland.

Silky Embothrium. Andrews, Henry C. Silky Embothrium. "Embothrium sericeum." London: Printed by T. Bensley, and published by the author, No 5 Knightsbridge. 1797-1815
Original coloured engraving of the Silky Embothrium from Henry Andrew's " The Botanist's Repository, for New, and Rare Plants" .dated 1800.
The plate shows the Silky Embothrium a native of Australia. Printed in black and coloured by hand by Andrews; light spot to left of plate.
Haworth (ESTC); Dunthorne 8, Nissen 2382. 267 by 210mm (10½ by 8¼ inches).    €25
Stock No. 2406 - Natural History full description

The Simple-spiked Aponogeton of the Cape of Good Hope.

The Simple-spiked Aponogeton. Andrews, Henry C. The Simple-spiked Aponogeton. "Aponogeton monostachyon." London: Printed by T. Bensley, and published by the author, No 5 Knightsbridge. 1797-1815
Original coloured engraving of the Simple-spiked Aponogeton from Henry Andrew's " The Botanist's Repository, for New, and Rare Plants". Dated 1802.
The plate shows the Simple-spiked Aponogeton a native of South Africa. Printed in black and coloured by hand by Andrews.
Haworth (ESTC); Dunthorne 8, Nissen 2382. 267 by 210mm (10½ by 8¼ inches).    €40
Stock No. 2434 - Natural History full description

Small-flowered Styphelia of New Holland.

Small-flowered Styphelia . Andrews, Henry C. Small-flowered Styphelia . "Styphelia parviflora" London: Printed by T. Bensley, and published by the author, No 5 Knightsbridge. 1797-1815
Original coloured engraving of the Small-flowered Styphelia from Henry Andrew's " The Botanist's Repository, for New, and Rare Plants". Dated 1803.
The plate shows the Small-flowered Styphelia of New Holland. Printed in black and coloured by hand by Andrews; lightly toned; some light offset from text; light damp drop at upper edge.
Haworth (ESTC); Dunthorne 8, Nissen 2382. 267 by 210mm (10½ by 8¼ inches).    €25
Stock No. 2422 - Natural History full description

The Smooth-leaved Protea of the Cape of Good Hope.

The Smooth-leaved Protea. Andrews, Henry C. The Smooth-leaved Protea. "Protea Scolymus." London: Printed by T. Bensley, and published by the author, No 5 Knightsbridge. 1797-1815
Original coloured engraving of the Smooth-leaved Proteafrom Henry Andrew's " The Botanist's Repository, for New, and Rare Plants". Dated 1802.
The plate shows the Smooth-leaved Protea a native of South Africa. Printed in black and coloured by hand by Andrews.
Haworth (ESTC); Dunthorne 8, Nissen 2382. 267 by 210mm (10½ by 8¼ inches).    €40
Stock No. 2435 - Natural History full description

The Snail-flowered Kidney-Bean of Brazil.

The Snail-flowered Kidney-Bean Andrews, Henry C. The Snail-flowered Kidney-Bean "Phaseolus Caracalla." London: Printed by T. Bensley, and published by the author, No 5 Knightsbridge. 1797-1815
Original coloured engraving of the Snail-flowered Kidney-Bean from Henry Andrew's " The Botanist's Repository, for New, and Rare Plants". Dated 1803.
The plate shows the Snail-flowered Kidney-Bean a native of B.razil Printed in black and coloured by hand by Andrews.
Haworth (ESTC); Dunthorne 8, Nissen 2382. 267 by 210mm (10½ by 8¼ inches).    €160
Stock No. 2429 - Natural History full description

The Spike-flowered Protea of South Africa.

The Spike-flowered Protea Andrews, Henry C. The Spike-flowered Protea "Protea spicata." London: Printed by T. Bensley, and published by the author, No 5 Knightsbridge. 1797-1815
Original coloured engraving of the Spike-flowered Protea from Henry Andrew's " The Botanist's Repository, for New, and Rare Plants". Dated 1802.
The plate shows the Spike-flowered Protea a native of the Cape of Good Hope. Printed in black and coloured by hand by Andrews, stainat top , frrom verso [glue due to mounting.].
Haworth (ESTC); Dunthorne 8, Nissen 2382. 267 by 210mm (10½ by 8¼ inches).    €50
Stock No. 2417 - Natural History full description


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