Animals 5

Large Plates Cuvier etc |2 Petraroja | 3 Buchoz 1770's | Buchoz 1770's | 5. Large Assorted| 6.Brodtmann + Schinz | 7.Brodtmann + Schinz | 8.Cyclopedia | 9.Cyclopedia | 10.Bertuch 1799 | 11. Bertuch | 12. Buffon p 1. | Buffon p.2 | Buffon p.3 | Buffon p.4 | Smaller Engravings | 14.Grandider Lemurs |

Animal Engravings + Skeletons




"Bat, Water Rat, Field Mice"
 Drawn by Paillou, engraved by Mazell . Thomas Pennant. From The British Zoology. London: J. and J. March, 1766. Large folio. Etchings. Original hand-colouring. Drawings by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. Etchings by P. Mazell. Full margins. A series of  animal and bird prints by one of England's leading 18th-century naturalists. Thomas Pennant was a fellow of the Royal Society and a friend and correspondent with such notables as Sir Joseph Banks and Carl Linnaeus. His British Zoology was an expensive and major undertaking. Where contemporaries like Catesby and Edwards were more interested in foreign species, Pennant takes the credit for publishing the first colour illustrations of birds in a book attempting to portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. £235 inc delivery x2 all whole page image shown






"The Weasel, The Stoat"

  Drawn by Paillou, engraved by Mazell . Thomas Pennant. From The British Zoology. London: J. and J. March, 1766. Large folio. Etchings. Original hand-colouring. Drawings by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. Etchings by P. Mazell. Full margins. A series of  animal and bird prints by one of England's leading 18th-century naturalists. Thomas Pennant was a fellow of the Royal Society and a friend and correspondent with such notables as Sir Joseph Banks and Carl Linnaeus. His British Zoology was an expensive and major undertaking. Where contemporaries like Catesby and Edwards were more interested in foreign species, Pennant takes the credit for publishing the first colour illustrations of birds in a book attempting to portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. £235 inc delivery x2 all whole page image shown






"The Polecat"

  Drawn by Paillou, engraved by Mazell . Thomas Pennant. From The British Zoology. London: J. and J. March, 1766. Large folio. Etchings. Original hand-colouring. Drawings by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. Etchings by P. Mazell. Full margins. A series of  animal and bird prints by one of England's leading 18th-century naturalists. Thomas Pennant was a fellow of the Royal Society and a friend and correspondent with such notables as Sir Joseph Banks and Carl Linnaeus. His British Zoology was an expensive and major undertaking. Where contemporaries like Catesby and Edwards were more interested in foreign species, Pennant takes the credit for publishing the first colour illustrations of birds in a book attempting to portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. £235 inc delivery x2 all whole page image shown






"Common Rat, Norway Rat, Shrew Mouse"

  Drawn by Paillou, engraved by Mazell . Thomas Pennant. From The British Zoology. London: J. and J. March, 1766. Large folio. Etchings. Original hand-colouring. Drawings by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. Etchings by P. Mazell. Full margins. A series of  animal and bird prints by one of England's leading 18th-century naturalists. Thomas Pennant was a fellow of the Royal Society and a friend and correspondent with such notables as Sir Joseph Banks and Carl Linnaeus. His British Zoology was an expensive and major undertaking. Where contemporaries like Catesby and Edwards were more interested in foreign species, Pennant takes the credit for publishing the first colour illustrations of birds in a book attempting to portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. £235 inc delivery x2 all whole page image shown





"The Roebuck"
  Drawn by Paillou, engraved by Mazell . Thomas Pennant. From The British Zoology. London: J. and J. March, 1766. Large folio. Etchings. Original hand-colouring. Drawings by P. Paillou, G. Edwards, et. al. Etchings by P. Mazell. Full margins. A series of  animal and bird prints by one of England's leading 18th-century naturalists. Thomas Pennant was a fellow of the Royal Society and a friend and correspondent with such notables as Sir Joseph Banks and Carl Linnaeus. His British Zoology was an expensive and major undertaking. Where contemporaries like Catesby and Edwards were more interested in foreign species, Pennant takes the credit for publishing the first colour illustrations of birds in a book attempting to portray all of the British species, many of them life-size. £235 inc delivery reserved
 


Sciurus - fulvus.  Red Squirrel
Tab XLVI. Copper engraving handcoloured, 1796. Paper size 20 3/4 x 14". Good condition and colour.   from Cimelia Physica by John Frederick  MILLER, (active 1772-96) ' Circa 1776. Hand Coloured Lithograph 43.5x29cm He was an English illustrator, mainly of botanical subjects.Miller was the son of the artist Johann Sebastian Müller (1715 – c. 1790). Miller, along with his brother James,[1] produced paintings from the sketches made by Sydney Parkinson on James Cook's first voyage.[2] He accompanied Joseph Banks on his expedition to Iceland in 1772. Miller published Cimelia Physica. Figures of rare and curious quadrupeds, birds, &c. together with several of the most elegant plants (1796) with text by George Shaw. £285 inc delivery
reserved

Whale
 Copper engraving by Matthaus Merian the Younger Ein Grosser Wallfisch by Matthaus Merian the Younger, Ein Grosser Wallfisch, ls Dimensions:  17.78 X 29.21 cm A good impression of this scarce print. smallish under 1 cm top border otherwise stunning  latest printing of this version was 1650
Matthäus Merian (1621 – 1687), was a Swiss engraver. Biography He was born in Basel as the son of Matthäus Merian the Elder, and like his fatherbecame an engraver. He is knownn for his portraits and became a teacher of Bartholomäus Kilian He died in Frankfurt am Main. £80 inc delivery



Marco, a lion in the Tower of London, a present from the Moroccan Ambassador, 1749
A lion, standing in profile to right on a rock, with a lioness prowling towards him in the background; the beast was housed in the Royal Menagerie at the Tower of London. The menagerie moved to Regent's Park in 1834. Double page Gentlemans magazine showing the new present to the UK. .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". It restarted its volume numbering in 1868. It ceased publication in 1907. £45 rather rare.. and grumpy looking x 2



An East Indian Leopard drawn from Life"
Antique copper engraving showing the beast  who was housed in the Royal Menagerie at the Tower of London. The menagerie moved to Regent's Park in 1834. Double page Gentlemans magazine showing the new present to the UK. .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". It restarted its volume numbering in 1868. It ceased publication in 1907. £45 rather rare.. April 1, 175

The Young Elephant Presented to his Majesty

Antique copper engraving showing the beast  who was housed in the Royal Menagerie at the Tower of London. The menagerie moved to Regent's Park in 1834. Double page Gentlemans magazine showing the new present to the UK. .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". It restarted its volume numbering in 1868. It ceased publication in 1907. £20 rather rare.. 1763x 2


The Queens Female Zebra

Antique copper engraving showing the beast  who was housed in the Royal Menagerie at the Tower of London. The menagerie moved to Regent's Park in 1834. Double page Gentlemans magazine showing the new present to the UK. .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". It restarted its volume numbering in 1868. It ceased publication in 1907. £20 rather rare.. July 1762. short margins

Sumatran Rhinoceros

Antique copper engraving showing the beast  who was housed in the Royal Menagerie at the Tower of London. The menagerie moved to Regent's Park in 1834. Double page Gentlemans magazine showing the new present to the UK. .The Gentleman's Magazine was a monthly magazine published in London in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century. The magazine began publication with the January 1731 issue. Over time the magazine had various subtitles, including "monthly intelligencer" and "historical review". It restarted its volume numbering in 1868. It ceased publication in 1907. £20 rather rare.. 1800 slight crease



An East Indian Tiger drawn from Life
Antique copper engraving showing the beast  who was housed in the Royal Menagerie at the

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 Die Löwinn mit ihren Jungen. [Lioness with her cubs] (Lioness with her cubs.)

 Lithograph by Carl Joseph BRODTMANN, Size 350 x 420 mm. Original hand-coloured lithograph for the Naturhistorische Bilder Gallerie Aus Dem Theirreiche, c.1830. 350 x 420 mm. life-like hand-colored lithographs are from the work entitled Naturhistorische Bilder Gallerie aus dem Theirreiche lithographed by Karl Joseph Brodtmann.  These prints, from the first edition of the work, were published by the author c1816.  Swiss-born Brodtmann was an expert in his field, known as one of the most accomplished lithographers of his time, and since.  The detail in these prints is beautiful which is only enhanced by the hand-coloring.  Brodtmann's talents were also a part of several works by Heinrich Rudolf Schinz.  They are on woven, watermarked paper that measures £165 inc small edge nicks to page edge slight page discolouration to base(mucky) plus a mark above the pic left



Der Schimpanse Simia Troglodytes [Chimpanzee]
Antique lithograph by Alfred Oehmigke's Verlag (Moritz Geissler,) Leipzig from  Nach Leutemann, Zoolog. Atlas, Published by F.D. Schulgebrauch. Grösse 66x 88 Ctm, Leipzig, F. E. Wachsmuth in 1876 . Size    Image 289 x 218 mm Sheet 345 x 280 mm  Rare some edge nicks and soiling but will mount well £55 inc


 

Das Riesen-Känguruh. Halmaturus giganteus/ Kangaroo
Antique lithograph by Alfred Oehmigke's Verlag (Moritz Geissler,) Leipzig from  Nach Leutemann, Zoolog. Atlas, Published by F.D. Schulgebrauch. Grösse 66x 88 Ctm, Leipzig, F. E. Wachsmuth in 1876 . Size    Image 289 x 218 mm Sheet 345 x 280 mm  Rare tear to base and soiling but will mount well £30  inc delivery

 




Comparative Anatomy: Monkey , Bear,

Large Copper engraved print published by Cooke, engraved by C.Warren Paternoster Row 1789 £20 Pair unmounted inc delivery



Comparative Anatomy: Turtle( Water Tortoise), Ray ,

Large Copper engraved print published by Cooke, engraved by C.Warren Paternoster Row 1789 £20 unmounted





Comparative Anatomy: Ostrich , Swan, Eagle,Crane,

Large Copper engraved print published by Cooke, engraved by C.Warren Paternoster Row 1789 £20 unmounted




Comparative Anatomy: Hedgehog,Lizard,Bat, Frog,Crocodile,Dog

Large Copper engraved print published by Cooke, engraved by C.Warren Paternoster Row 1789 £20 unmounted




Comparative Anatomy: Rabbit, Mole,Armadillo, Chameleon

Large Copper engraved print published by Cooke, engraved by C.Warren Paternoster Row 1789 £20 unmounted


 


Large Plates Cuvier etc |2 Petraroja | 3 Buchoz 1770's | Buchoz 1770's | 5. Large Assorted| 6.Brodtmann + Schinz | 7.Brodtmann + Schinz | 8.Cyclopedia | 9.Cyclopedia | 10.Bertuch 1799 | 11. Bertuch | 12. Buffon p 1. | Buffon p.2 | Buffon p.3 | Buffon p.4 | Smaller Engravings | 14.Grandider Lemurs |