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Chemical Signs (how chemicals were classified before the invention of the periodic table)

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Antique print. Chemical Signs  (how chemicals were classified before the invention of the periodic table)
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Chemical Signs (how chemicals were classified before the invention of the periodic table)
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  • Artist / Collection: John Mason Good
  • Product Code: 177471
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Chemical Signs (how chemicals were classified before the invention of the periodic table)

Paper Size: 24 x 15 cm (9.5 x 6 inches)

This exquisitely detailed copper plate engraving is from a rare set published in London by John Mason Good between 1806 and 1813 titled Pantologia. Many were by Sydenham Edwards, a multi-talented gentleman also well known for his superb botanical illustrations, classical garden designs and his design of the Crystal Palace in London.

The paper is high quality, matt paper with a subtle creamy tone and slight texture. The hand painted coloring is bright and uses a beautiful range of colors. It is in excellent condition.

Style
Date Made1800-1849
Paper Size24 x 15 cm (9.5 x 6 inches)
ShapePortrait
Main ColorBlack/White
Size Category21 to 30 cm [8 to 12 inches]