Maria Sibylla Merian

Published by Folio Society, 2006
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Publisher: Folio Society

Publication Date: 2006

Binding: Quarter-Leather

Illustrator: Maria Sibylla Merian

Book Condition: Like New

Edition: Limited.


Containing 91 watercolour facsimiles from the Maria Sibylla Merian Collection in the British Museum. an exclusive Folio Society facsimile limited to 1,000 numbered copies. Introduction by Julie Harvey of the Entomology Library at the Natural History Museum. Quarter bound in the finest Nigerian goatskin leather. Blocked in gold and silver with a design by David Eccles. Buckram-bound solander box. 91 pages. 91 facsimile prints tipped in by hand. 20¼" x 18" . Bookseller Inventory # FS348

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