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#260  Ships, hand-colored 1683.



by Allain Mallet, from "Description de l'Univers", one of the earliest printed miniature, illustrated world history/geography books.
5 3/8" x 7 7/8"


#13.  Hot Air Balloons, 1790.



by J.F. Bertuch.
9 3/4" x 7 1/2"


#470.  The Buttercup Fairy, ca. 1930.



from Cicely Mary Barker's "Flower Fairies of the Summer" 1930 ed.


#466.  The Nightshade Fairy, 1930.



from Cicely Mary Barker's "Flower Fairies of the Summer" 1930 ed.


#422.  Spanish Castle.  1835 "Torres Bermeias"  (the Vermilion Tower).



  Engraving from R. Jennings' "Landscape Annual for 1835" or "Tourist in Spain", published  in London.
4 1/2" x 7 1/2"


#149.  Tiverton Church from the Bridge, Devonshire.  England, 1830  hand colored.



from W.H. Bartlett.
7" x 4 7/8"


#23.  Karnak, Grand Hall.  Egypt 1850.



from W. H. Bartlett's "Nile Boat, or Glimpses of the Land of Egypt" published in London.
9 3/4" x 6 1/4"


#25.  Approach to Karnak from Luxor.  Egypt 1850.



from W. H. Bartlett's "Nile Boat, or Glimpses of the Land of Egypt" published in London.
9 3/4" x 6 1/4"


#442.  Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, Rome.  German, ca. 1860. (sold)



Metella's mausoleum is a funeral monument in the Appian Way.  It was the tomb of Cecilia Metella, wife of Marco Crasso, who was the child of Marco Licino Crasso, one of the first Triumvirato's members (with Cesar and Pompeo).  Was transformed into a fortress in the Middle Ages.
13" x 9 7/8"


#580.  Rock of Gibraltar, by Gustave Dore.



from a travel book printed in 1887.
9.5" x 12"


#336.  Islamic manuscript, possibly from 1750s? from India/Pakistan.













 

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