~8.3 by 5.2 inches (21 by 12.8 cm). This superb antique engraving is over 230 years old. It's from "British Zoology" by Thomas Pennant, which was published in 1776 in Warrington, England. The illustrations in the early editions were so expensive to produce that he made little money and gave the pro..
22 x 14cm (8.6 x 5.5 inches). This chromolithograph was made at the turn of the 19th century by Archibald Thorburn. The birds are rendered in attractive life-like portraits and set in their natural surrounding. It is a genuine antique print, not a reproduction and is in excellent condition. These p..
19 x 11 cm (7.5 x 4.5 inches).This is an antique chromolithograph from a work by Richard Bowdler-Sharpe (1847 - 1909), an English zoologist in the Zoological Department of the British Museum. He founded the British Ornithologists' Club in 1892. His work on birds was scientific, yet popular and conta..