Fish by Houghton; .


Houghton 1 mounted



~Black Finned Trout
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were drawn by A. F. Lydon and printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  These were then reprinted the years following  by E.T.W Dennis of Scarborough,  as a Special Presentation Print from 'The Angler' until about 1886. The company later  'E.T.W.Dennis of Scunthorpe' issued postcards from 1901 . As  ETW Dennis of Scarboroughthey  published the first  British  picture post card in 1894. The firm, founded in 1870,  had a long and distinguished career as a printer and publisher, until June 2000
 . . . . . . . . . ..The pictures differ from the Houghton prints in the 'presented with the Angler ' in the bottom left corner but are in every other aspect identical. All double mounted and matted perfect condtion £30



Crucian carp & prussian carp
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were drawn by A. F. Lydon and printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  These were then reprinted the years following  by E.T.W Dennis of Scarborough,  as a Special Presentation Print from 'The Angler' until about 1886. The company later  'E.T.W.Dennis of Scunthorpe' issued postcards from 1901 . As  ETW Dennis of Scarboroughthey  published the first  British  picture post card in 1894. The firm, founded in 1870,  had a long and distinguished career as a printer and publisher, until June 2000
 . . . . . . . . . ..The pictures differ from the Houghton prints in the 'presented with the Angler ' in the bottom left corner but are in every other aspect identical. All double mounted and matted perfect condtion £30

Golden & Bronze carp
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were drawn by A. F. Lydon and printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  These were then reprinted the years following  by E.T.W Dennis of Scarborough,  as a Special Presentation Print from 'The Angler' until about 1886. The company later  'E.T.W.Dennis of Scunthorpe' issued postcards from 1901 . As  ETW Dennis of Scarboroughthey  published the first  British  picture post card in 1894. The firm, founded in 1870,  had a long and distinguished career as a printer and publisher, ..This the ithe earkier non angler version  £35 post inc

 . . . . . . . . . ..The pictures differ from the Houghton prints in the 'presented with the Angler ' in the bottom left corner but are in every other aspect identical. All double mounted and matted perfect condtion £30

Gillaroo Trout
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were drawn by A. F. Lydon and printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  These were then reprinted the years following  by E.T.W Dennis of Scarborough,  as a Special Presentation Print from 'The Angler' until about 1886. The company later  'E.T.W.Dennis of Scunthorpe' issued postcards from 1901 . As  ETW Dennis of Scarboroughthey  published the first  British  picture post card in 1894. The firm, founded in 1870,  had a long and distinguished career as a printer and publisher, until June 2000
 . . . . . . . . . ..The pictures differ from the Houghton prints in the 'presented with the Angler ' in the bottom left corner but are in every other aspect identical. All double mounted and matted perfect condtion £30


Common Bream
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £55 all incl


Loach
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s.

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Vendace Gwyniad & Grayling
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £50 all incl slight water mark to page coner NOT image


Graining & Dace
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl has rubbing to the paper should mount out DO not buy if needed whole page to match


Perch
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £55 all incl
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Burbot
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £55 all incl  x 2
 
Pollan Powan
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Graining & Dace
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl

 
Golden & Bronze carp

Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl x 2


 
Golden Tench
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl


Sharp Nosed Eel /Broad Nosed Eel
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl x 5
 
Azurine ; Dobule; Rudd
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl x 4
 
Bull Trout
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl

Crucian carp & prussian carp
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl
 
Black Finned Trout
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl x 2


Torgoch / Alpine Charr
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl


Salmon  Trout (Var)
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl x 2


Pomeranian Bream / White Bream
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl x 3
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Ruffe  / Miller's Thumb
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl x 6


Sewen
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all inclx 2


Sea lamprey /  Lampern / Planer's Lamprey / Pride
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl x 6


Sticklebacks
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl x 5


Spined Loach / Minnow / Loach / Bleak
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl x 4


Galway Sea Trout
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl x 2


Lochleven Trout
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl


Great lake Trout
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Sturgeon
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl x 2

Young Trout / Salmon Parr / Smelt
Original chromoxylographs / colour wood engravings  from William Houghton's British Fresh Water Fish, published in 1879.  The plates were  printed by Benjamin Fawcett published by William MacKenzie, London: 1879.  Published in 1879, British Fresh Water Fishes contains illustrations and descriptions of over 40 fishes native to the waters of the British Isles.  The text was authored by the Rev. W. Houghton, naturalist and rector of Preston-on-the Weald Moors in Shropshire (England).  The illustrations were drawn by A. F. Lydon.  Unlike many earlier natural history illustrators, Lydon depicted each fish in a setting meant to represent its habitat.  The prints were so successful that the book won a gold medal at the London Fisheries' Exhibition in the late 1800s. £35 all incl






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