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(T55) Corn Snakemangrove Snapper (T9)

Fish, snake, animal, insect, and botanical prints
by Mark Catesby

From the First Natural History of American Flora and Fauna


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Prints by Mark Catesby. From Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands,.... London: [1731-43]. First and second edition. Folio. Etchings. Full original hand coloring. As is typical of any eighteenth century print, many of the following have some very minor blemishes, including small chips, slight foxing and slight surface stains. Overall, the prints are in very good condition with fine original color. Please call to verify condition of any particular print you are interested in.

(T1) The Barracuda $1,200
(T9) Mangrove Snapper $950
(T12) Pudding Wife and Carolina Whiting. Short tear at top, just into image. Expertly repaired. $1,100
(T20) Muray $1,100
(T26) Sucking Fish $1,100

(T34) Sea Hermit Crab [Tear into image] $600
(T42) Small Rattle Snake $1,200
(T46) Copper-bellied Snake [Considerable marginal wear] $850
(T49) Little Brown Bead Snake $1,100
(T50) Ribbon Snake [Repaired tear in margin] $1,100

(T51) Spotted Ribbon Snake $1,150
(T52) Chain Snake $1,200
(T53) Green Spotted Snake $1,300
(T55) Corn Snake $1,300
(T64) Guana $1,300

(T67) The Blue Tailed Lizard $800
(T82) Cross Vine $1,000

From the Supplement

(6) The Cacao. $1,800



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