Images are 300ppi and will be sent to you by file transfer, usually within 1 working day.
The antique artworks measured 9Â½ by 6 inches(24 by 15.5 cm). Some of the prints were double sized fold out prints and measure 12 by 9.5 inches (31 by 24 cm). and were made in the 1890s by lithography with hand painted colors. The Botanical Magazine (1787-1983) was one of the first, and certainly the longest published, of the British horticultural journals. The plants were drawn and colored by some of the leading botanical artists of the day such as Sydenham Edwards, James Sowerby and the Fitch family.
Save money - print accurate copies of beautiful antique prints for a fraction of their cost.
Study them before investing in the original prints.
Illustrate educational projects.
Use them to create art, greeting cards, calendars, posters, clip art etc.
Scans are of the original antique prints and are exactly same dimensions.
Scans are saved as lossless bitmap or Tif files so all detail is retained (unlike jpg files).
Prints were scanned and saved at 300ppi. Each image file is several megabytes large.
Contact us before purchase for permission to use them commercially.
Much more detailed and higher quality than the images on this web site. When printed on a typical ink jet printer they are a very close match to the original antique prints.
Returns and refunds are not permitted.
Spectacular flowering plants from all over the world. The plants include:
Numerous tropical plants and flowers.
Numerous popular garden flowers such as allium, gladioli, lily, veronica and abutilon.
The countries of origin include:
Australia, New Zealand and Polynesia.
Most countries in South America.
A full contents list is included giving the latin name and country of origin for each plant.
|Size Category||21 to 30 cm (8 to 12 inches)|