1898 Antique Print BOTANICAL Poisonous NIGHTSHADE Arum DEVILS APPLE Plants Flowers POISON

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1898 Antique Victorian Botanical Print POISONOUS PLANTS



Original Victorian Colour Print.

Common Poisonous Plants

Date: 1898
Printmaking Method: Lithograph.
Period: Victorian.
Title: Common Poisonous Plants (to side border).
Sub-titled: As below.

A beautiful colour lithograph print showing various poisonous plants and flowers etc. including:

Cuckoo Pint or Wake Robin. Lords and Ladies. Common Arum - Arum Maculatum.
Woody nightshade or Bitter Sweet. Fellowwood - Solanum Dulcamara. Reive
Common Thorn Apple or Thorny Apple of Peru. Devils Apple or Jamestown Weed - Datura Stramonium.

Provenance: From a series of medical books by J. M'Gregor-Robertson MA MB CM FFPSGT Formerly Senior Assistant in the Physiological Dept., Glasgow University, and Lecturer on Physiology to reive Queen Margaret College - Publisher: The Gresham Publishing Company 34 Southampton St. Strand 1898.sleekburnc.



Suitable for framing. It is titled on the side border edge (see scan). It measures overall 245mm x 165 mm ( 9.5 x 6.5 " ) approximately. There is a little age yellowing but otherwise in a good, clean condition. It has a blank reverse. This item will be shipped in a board backed envelope, and protected inside that envelope by a plastic sleeve.

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