Original Edwardian Book Plate
Titled: Wood Loosestrife - Common Bugle
An original pretty tipped-in colour plate showing the two plants, Wood Loosestrife and Common Bugle with foliage and roots (Loosestrife only). Drawn by C. F. Newall.
Suitable for framing. The printed area measures 200 x 135 mm (8 x 5.25 " ) approx. plus small white borders and is then edge mounted (tipped in) onto a light green mounting or sugar paper with a blank reverse (the whole when mounted measures 240 x 180mm.). There is a small tear to the tipped in border only slightly affecting the printed area. This print would look lovely mounted and framed.This item will be shipped flat in a board backed envelope, and protected inside that envelope by a plastic sleeve.
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|Product Code||B11 (8Feb17) D10A|